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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/ I .. XI.--NO. 5. NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 '7, 1875. WHOLE NO. 525 lllt IS PUBJ.JSHJtD 'lVII! WBJITISDAY KOBml IT to ftBA008 LI.A r PDIUHIH ll8, :ruu.on. a, 1.fl4!llll J._ .... TBAGJIII, tcw. JOBJI G. M. .. jMtt.r"' of BriiU' ..J .. ,...,.,.. OJ '-tW 8, i, Oo,, tU w.ot Third. Well, ltabta a Co ., 134 Mala. ne-U. W' a Co,,.,, wq .llao, JICOIIa Bro., II &.t Icc-. _.,_,. ..,' h#l. .Sc .. .. w:=. IleA.._ -O.,"'t Mit or ... ...... 6_-.f_Mtliwr'1 ,....,,t M Nl.lt. D.A.JrY:D.Jo&. Y lloWIIIio 1\'. H. a Oo. ,,. d WIIIIMO. lobacco NEW YORK., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1875 lEW IDIEIITISEIEm THIS WEU. -------------------FRED'K DeBARY co., & 43 WARREN STREET, NEW YORK. .SOLE AONTS FOR THE SALE OF THE H-CirtrFI.wr. .._.,,_,..._. rr_lel Alu, .. Jl...-. ,,T!cJtlop Place I..f TtMu IH.Jw.. rHIRI> PAGL "" ",...,._ L-iu. ]aloa II ... C.., P .. ...,twaala Seed Leaf ToJ>;GccHoTroHr SPaAleG ., "fti!OUOOO LliJ'" rns.zaurt GO. Terma of the P....r : BL DB G.&LBB.OI&.&BS, srwGw co.,... -,, Htllleo'o a. s-.. ce.. <:Mar. .. 0 J.Sc:lmoltt,Jr.;Tohacc;oBrokeflt6oWaterSt.,NewYelk. t the KEY WEST BRANCH of the eelebratocl El Princir' de Galel of Ha'fiMo Gto v...... . f. .. 8lx IIOMTIIS, ... 10 'tXaaa M.oltTHS, -1 OS _. R--* tllat tile eaet to tile yearly or -tilly aUec:rlbor is hss tlus" Bizlst C- ;... ..... ANNUAL SUBSCillPTIONS ABBOAD. a.41MJ na.J. r..-. .....,.__.-v. w .;;J r .. Bettool J. McJ. 6 C..-*"''"' w-. .,.__;, ,;, .. L Secncl. Now R EADYl J'inke CVartae, iSS WAt,or, P...K 6 r. Clio!Mw. Llade r. o.a oo ...... ......., a.r-. Tid ... c..u. 2'Wtoo ,.,.,..,.,, a... AN/) IMPORTERS OP HAVANA CICARS. .. .. JIAuaUaG AND TH& Co.rr1KKHT1 .. a. .... ,. Btu,.Ar AND c.u.,.A IE' Gau..t.. eo .... ,'"-" I an .... G. ... -----. DBaAfti. Mt.1o. A D ELLIS. ALLII. .A_ J:LLISt Fine-Cut _CheWing Tobacco, aTe., ylA .X.Gu..o, .oal c...... -. 04 Jro orden ror tbe paper c011&14ered, &IICOIIIpanled b7 tloo correapou41DI-011nt. R.-lttancn ohoald lu nny lnotaace, ... made J aooney-order, check or draft. Blllo an liable to be stolen, and can ODIJ be aeat at the Jlre&leat flak to tile aeader. Ta TeoAcco LilA co-u ltoelf to wery eae Ia any wal. lntereated In tobllcco, tllth.er u arower, manu arturer or dealer. It Kl.wes annaal Jy aD bDmeDie a.GQ1lt of lttfot'M&tfOD rennliDJ tiM "weed," and thaa constitatee ltaelr a .U #II#W"' that hu toni' alnce beea. recogaized u standing at the bead ofapeclal trade JU .. rlr.et reporta are full ud eahauatbe, aud t:ome from .,...,. qarter ol tile 1lo'l i e wbere lobacco Ia sold. ..-It Itt the ONLY weekly publlcaUoa odea eiYell to tobacco. [F.,. R..t11-Tlti.-d Pap.] HOO'- -......u w. T.a eo Cramer G. b l'raliklln. Ha-, a. 14 N William. Y.&, wi:l:o;Vim."i: eo., ,51.,6, GoorclL f TwUt. S,...ld Ciz Jli....,,, llaad c ; c. a. co. '"lrallJ.J., a6Cedor. BABTI'OBB, 0.... M.ot.J-m 71o6.uo Tia-.,d. PMinl Duiw1, c...a.eJ.J., 3S oraot>ya !'J: .... ti;"l .... Howard, S...pr I< Cp., 107 Clwllllen l?tate naivoo II&uy or fin ToN.co "'' .IA.dca Bld ... n, an4 ltato. au 11800 111/IVD jp 18113 The Hatch Lltho..-aplc Co., 30 lc U Peue H lc Z. K 40 Ill: 42 llarket H-heimor lc lbarer North WliWi'oa SaiOJDOD/11: DeLeeuw, 6 Ao;lua Jf B W Y 0 & B: Ciz-Jio Z..llll aoti TriiiWii"l Shephard lc Fuller, + State. TobMto ,.,.,11,. Heppellheimer .. Ma11rer, 1c 14 N. WilHam. llllootl A. L. II F., lllait1. A.....W W. & Sono, ol4 aod 186 Front ltnet WollrOitu. .&.., 51 Chatha&. Welloa C. II 0.., !4lltate. Ahoerlll: Dehlo '90 Pearl. Toilu "" Wo&tphal Ym., State. Allea Jnll i n Water. Zlu.ioer Y 1c Co., 197 William. SN Leaf Tobat: ApplebJ "Helme, 133 Waqr. of Kill.._ Bf'Os. Ci'llllrlnll, H11rlbllrt B. F o State .&.11erbac:h II' Metlderoon, 138 If< -" Water, -.-BOPJ[JJf..vwy_T ... Banaett II Mack t6! .Vater Kkuoey F S. '4' W eot Broadway .. :S:)' Bwll'tler Jal!IUI, 003 l'earl. L Ciz M.,/J,,' Tobu llr"'" Blaltomore, Mayo &t Co., 611 B ... ad. lc Co. 109 Pearl. Clark, H. H. & Bro Bowne&: Frith, 7 Bt1tiiD1 SUp. Jonker A Niemeyer, 175 Water. IJfDI.A.Jr.APOLIS, Ia4. Brod u., s Malden Lane. ana Ovtl#ra, a.,.,. Ciz Mwlth, Manufacturtn of Fine Cut lUI Balkley, Moore & Co., 74 Froat. BroWD, A.. & F. !7 6t Lewia Smoking-Cardoao A. H. 66 Broad Eric:ba H. W ., >SJ Boutll : 11 Co .M! --! Coutebl & Gana, IOI alden Lane. a cor. ppl ana Pearl. Carroll&: Co 104 Front. M-/tklarwrs /' tlu U s $lid To! M ... l ds &Bo\e Eqeoe, 7! P'ff'ot Kleia, H E. & Co 193 Pearl. A&ICiMIT ... ,.wo JJealer 11. .....,rt Wm. Pearl. Cic.,. M.sJtl Pn11 :rODdrlcll Fraaclo. Jlaftlbacb, F Aw .t :r Folk G. & Bro., '7' Water. Brown A. F., !7 Lewis. Pa. y-... & Co. 7oaad.,. -. C igar Moulds Diakr ;,. Leaf Tobateo. BoL D llla 1< Co ... W ter. Borpldt N. ld. Harlem R.. R. F't Depot, White Schubertll, C G. Friead E. & G. & Co., 119 Malden Lame. /. M L c Front. Ma/rMiur"s of Mltal Ciza Moulds aiUI .....,nor. "' o., .. Ska--... Samuelson -.:dwarcnlz Co. 6 JJale lartll D. ., Son & Co ., 44 Broad. r Bm-he F W L Co N rth J -u.-t ] L. & Bro., 16o Water. Terwllllrer & Lockwood !4 MaldOD Lane ,_ "' "-0 = 0..-.lltel L. a. llro., 86 Malcltnl L..,.. .. ... ,_ LOUISVILLE, B:J' Oatlarle a. c .... u! Fro11t. "1 .... --.;' Plur Tobtnco Mouftt.rlrl. Hambarr I ... Co., 150 Water. Zellenka R., o63.Eut Foarth. Fln&er J lc Bros. 194 Jacob. Hawes. Chao a., "' Mal..,n Lue. .l'alpert, J>91lowerJ German-.A.mertcaa, cor. Broadwayuad Cedar Gunther Goo F Oo.,-r6o Pearl. Br.ww IYNil. Meier, Wm. G & Co. I:achenlmsoh & Bro., 164 Water .., Nash M B M Lam,tte A. C., 111 Pearl. Hoe)' joaeph, >o> Broad-y. 8 11' aln. Le4orer a. Floc he!, 113 Pearl Intnnai Revmue B(J()h -co ,..,..r, arul Dtttkrs ;,. Tobatco Ma""' Levi M H 6 p c l J<>ai'J'!ueD, C. 37 Libert)'. /IICtwrrrl' Sill/lui. llcF:U & :H;,,;.;., ::-'array. F,..ip ..-1 .... rur,. Janrblath & Co. 33 Third. Maitland Robert L. & Ce., 43 Broad. StocnbeJie r, M .!r S. 44 Exc h anp Piau. :Jobbul ;., lliith Mlf,.jMIMrtti Tob.uco Martin &.Johnf!!'l' Water. L""il""-Peripu s,.,/rU.r lporttti mJ Csgrs. ,. Mayer J e aeph, Soiu, 110 Yater. W!laon, Geo. B., '4' Water. Green I< Meier, JOJ West Main. Meyer A C. L & 0 41 Bea-. o; Fiae, Lil.f """ Strai,rkt Tacbaa C. G. II Co. u Halo. o..t-n Aha, 166 ICut CaWtulisk. Dtllltr ;,. utif Tol>tS Oiuio AhrcA/IIOt. ScbrHder aJioD. tfl Water. Goeer'o-Dlf, 01 NowUno, Youoaer II Co. Scbroeder & Koclo, o46 Peorl. Ml A O. Sclldloart H &I Co_, Water -ToHm D"' ; Leof s,-r, Broo. & '-'o S ltlalcltnl Lalle Ali>Nclot P. A oo Gonoali. Schulterth, H C. 5 B. '* Co S BilriiDI Slip. Boyd W .A.. .tOo., 33 South. C. H 114 Water Dreoel W. and Ot>., s7Gay Jf. J, Co.L 197 D-e. Ganther, L. w. 9 South Gay Campbell, Lane .II Oo., 48 .11rou. Strait.., & :storm, t Pearl. Kerc:kholr .. Oo. b 49 8oatll Oharlea llfEW MILFORD, Ct. llb'ou & Roitoenotelo, Froot. Krcmolloerg, J. and Co. Ptsdolet. Wrt.ht. B. 111. & Co. J9 Bcoad. Tate, M01ller ... Co., Booth PADUCAH ._._ Zw !il s H a4fWatec. Wenck E. E 46 and Seuth Charlea. To&w.11 c-"'ulli"' K,..lus,.,. 'Wlocluaeyer Ed. II Co., 30 8o01th Colvert Clark, M H. 111: Bro. Reyneo BI'Citlten .. Co., U & 41 Excbaap Place Tobllltt FM!III'L BII"W o'.f Gieokelc NIOtDann, 78 Booth Oharleo : PBJLADBLPJIIA. ..,. Hoffman. Lee&: C'..o., '3 Plaoe. TQblletG 11'12r1jouus. Jl.-n G !5 Broad. Mtmo[tltlllrtrt, tt<. AnaU:.n J(. & Oo. .,.o North Third TobMCO s .. ,.,.. B th s cL--'s Bamb..Trer L." Co 3 North Water. llarbarg ro en, 145 to 149 ...,..._ t. Bremer Lewi s Sons, 3oall'orth Third. Borea...,., E., 143 Water Wilkens H. lc Oo., West Pratt. Doloan & Taitt, 107 Arch. Cattu Jcilln, Pearl. Pt1dn-1 of T.Nuo. Bd d G W 1c C 6 N F t. Water Becker Brothers, g8 Lombard. Wm." S:uth ,;:fer Gaao,J. s .... SoD, 86 Wall. i .. tl Do-11io L .. f To6-Kc Dowell M E : & Co 39 North Water. Kalmu M. 131 Mai4ea Laao M.f-ers oj Cicn. Meye.-. .t: Randall, >!9 Market Kelland, P 168 Water. llarrlott G. H M .. German. Bank J. l!loaldo & Oos'' 3> North Wa!er. Olbonae, Cha.rle .. F s Bmad. s,uff MfW(Miwnr.f. &hmldt &: Jieil, .S3I outh Second. Rader M. lc Son, Pearl S R & c S th Cal r' Sorwer, Graeff Ill Cook, 105 North Watar Shack A. ,..,Malden Laao torr oud C.' ve r -'-I Steiner, Smith Broa. Ill Knecht, I>! ltace. S clualtt J. Jr. 16> Water l.,.,...& tl "" zgar...,..,. s. Teller Brothers, "7 North Third r "'-'---Eblen j D. & Co. BJ Secead Vetterleln J. &: Oo., ni Arch. MfttUrlrl '!I ....,... Dllkn ;,. s,.,m.r. Cllntlir. "" L/THIIberyer L. Ill Co. 3 North Water. llclpln D. H at Oo. cor .&.weaao D aad T-:_ Hlyoto 0 Ill .. Oeattal 'Wba!f. M.ou{tKIMI'trs .oj &otcls S..ff. J(IUer Mro. G. B. II Oo. 97 Colusalola Ma"lljtlttu,-ers 111 Snu.J. Stewart, ]l(arb,R alpll It C o., "5 Arclo tlu C""oliUUII CM/IItcJO -r Brothers, 56 South Jlarkot Mll""f"''""" of Cizrs F Gil-. G Batchelor Broo., 8c>8 Market Parke, Wm: A : & C"O", 44 Bioacl: BBBIIBJI EBM 4 JfY Hildebrand It Kllnreaberr1 37 North Seventh for S.olic ott. c,...u.;,. MHGMt. BteiDer. 8mlh Bro .t; Knecht, s Bace HOD .ol ... Ce. FalloMtela, W. F Thooi!ald A H Third and Poplar. Lanpdorf s., 141 w-. OOJfJf. of Fine Cigars. Welu. Eller .. Ka-1, 110 Pout l'ackn-s of &ttl Letif Toloaceo. Freebi e A. M & Co., 43 North Front .M.f-m / Qpn. Hawoo, E. v. Ill Water. PITTSB11BqB Pa,l Boady Charleo, !3 Bowery l Tolacn c.,.,,.;ss;.,. Mn&lul .. ts. -.r:a:m TOBACCO TRADE QIBICTORI, i'OR l876 Price, $4.00: I. "THE TOBACCO LEAP" PUB.CO., li:2 FultoD Street, :N' _Y. To the Trade iu otlier Cities. The lollowitig firms hav; kindly to act as our agents for the sale of the Di r ectory in the cities named. Orden left with them will be filled at tbe rate of Four Dollars per copy: BA.LTIJIORE. ED. WISCHMEYER & CO., Co-\asloa Merchaall and Doalero In Tobacco and Otran, 39 South CIUGA.QO. ADAMS A: i.I!.WIS, Tobac c o Manufacturers' A1ont1, 8 Lake Stroot. CUIOI!I!I.&.TI, R.. WALLA Y & BRO. Wholeaalo Dealers In Lear Tollacce, 115 and 117 Weot Front Street. o DA.l'rVILLE, VA., Pemberton & Penn, Tobacco Commlsalon Merchant&. DVRHA.l!l, !1. (), J. R MorrU, Editor Carolina Tobacco Leaf &ll4 Cotton PIIDL" loOWSVILLE JUNGBLUTH & CO., General Commlttolon Mercbaats and Brohrs In Lear Tobacco, 33 Third Street. LYllENLOHR & CO.; Packers and Beaten in Loaf Tobaoco l 115 South Water Street. PI'Pr8BURQH, HAUL & Wholeoalo Dealer In 'Havana and DomeoUc Loaf Tobacco, 374-Penn Ave. RICHMO!ID, VA. It, A. Mlli, .Tohacco Broker. ST. LOWS. C. a. R. DORMITZER & CO Commlasloo Merchants and Dealer 1D Leaf Tobacco, ut aDd 113 Market Street. OUR PLATFORK FOR 1875. I Increase the Revenue from Tobacco FORTY by Fixing the Tax PER' MANENTP.:. Y at. SIXTBBII' OEDITS v 11, 13 ct; 15 VDrE STREET. ClliCDI'BATJ, OJUO. Drlllch Oflota at. U Bi'ftr Bt.rett, Chicap, aa4 S. W. CorDer rrGDt. aa4 Arch fimt.a, Phl!Welphla. Trade o::a.l:y ,., Preprleton of' tiM G&ULLZBUR. KEY WEST AID. IIPOBTED 28 Ge ... r St., (P. o. :Box 4616.) 1\Tew York .., HORACE R. KELLY tc CO., (Succesaors to E ;KELLY & CO.,) IMPORTERS OF HAVAIA TOBlCCO, 84 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. .EIAIUEL. BOFFIAN & 80_1, IMPORTERS AND PACKERS OF LBAF TOBACCO-. EIIA.l!ftJBL ROIITIIA!I. 149 Water Street. New York. r.:rosEPHIII.uor.PM"All. W HILLMAN & CO., COIMISSION IBRCBNTS TOBACCO, SO lrS.ONT S'l's.le3'l', Nlii W TOl!t.E. SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORK F O R '' FRACRANT FLOWERS Smoking. Tobacco in Drums.; B 4 V 41 :A. T O B l C C 0. CAUTION! on our Trade Mart; who 1i1frlnge [ We hereby notify .. all p _artles { w c. that Acquired under the Laws of the United States, prosecuted by Law, Olloe, 85 Pine St., oaroBBJ& 1tn._ -WElL cl: CO Faater, Hllaon & Co., 7tCII&Iallen Ftao Jehu F &'co., and a,S Flrot. Hemplalll Wm. & Oo. 143 Flnt awe J'reyllroa. Oo. 44 v-M.cJisutJ. M.oufa 11 Gerohel, 86 )lalclon Lane. B ,O, Jf, Y, Jtt nor "P"" R aiUI !loc:oby s & co. Cba-SQ. 1c 5 11 7 Do)'er. "''"'"ah i H-rra at/ Dwllli< Otlur Toloaa11s. dur1 0a pa" t twelve. and not easily shaken. That we shall make progress. improverueqt in oqr affairs, .. month, has been negative rather than positive It is during the present year toward this real because speculation ha. been dormant, and because re_. seems to be a general belief among those mformed_. trenchment has been 00 ail s i des the order of the day, and we repraduce below from the money of on e Jtatlfliwl Broo. at Boody, s Mai Lane Luf. ToH.oo Jeaklaoon R. & W., ol7lJberty. Ker1 & Splea.i: BowOfl' Zlnk G. w .. fl Pearlu Dealers in tmd Leaf T ft:lt!:".ri!" A.: s-" JlowerJ Manuftuturm Grajt SM.(!'. hueD. J,.lt:hteaotelo Btoa & po .... llewory Batialo Grape .Co. Haul & Groto,174 Pen a Avo. J(oodol M. W'. a-Bro, tS.K 11owory D...U..s c-. Pearl -r """ Tu.o-. u--..-...... ,, ----lllnb,..,... M. ISS Cod)' S. BroWD's Bro'a., 116 Ezchaa....JI!: .,_anufadV.TM'I OJ Ufl """""" N Y. Clpr Mol'af'J Co. Woot VT Gem CttyTobuco Worb d E 1 H -Tarner, Prea.; and-.i6 Miift MhlrYrl K GoOdman, Sec.; M. eidedcll, Manapr. Sc:liwarz & lor, 1 3 Bowery. Mathew a. aV1s. BICBIIOJfD Va, IWdeDI>erl eo. .-9 Dey CBIC..&GOo ID. c,..,.;,,;.,. At.d .. t. llmltllB .._ II Bowery Tf'TuUsllk Dlr ii<-S.,d LH/ imiiiTtJN,.Toho Wlae James M. ':J05 Cary I Stacbelloeti M .!r Co. !f Poor! Re-..n A., '4 Ill. CODal. IAaf Toiac()O BrMvl. Blraltoa -..., 191 Poarl Illllir """ D1fllw ;,. THIUC#, Waarler II Hallll, liMto, Arensberg s H. 49 Whitehall S...dhapn Broe., Weot Randolph. Whalen R. 1c T., 18o State. Boody Cbarleo, 53 Bowery Marift1C/IIrth and at the h 1 d The xatlw a y traffic of the country ,1s always a good baro-that the punishment had been sufficiently pxolonged rematn so for a long time to come We ave sett e meter of the cond i tion of trade ana the of and severe, and that an Easter-tide of prosperity ought down to what is popularly te.rmed a "hard-pan" b a sis many prominent roads thus far ln March show a certainly to set in. and for the legit i mate industry of the country, the pros terial incr e as e over the tr affic o f l a st year. Form-These "smooth things" were eagerly devoured by .pects ar e most cheering Still it must be admitted that s tance, the Univn Pacific,_ f o r the first t e n days of the the popular ear, and every one placed themselves in at ;we shall probably make haste slowly" in our return to current show s a ga m of $4S,ooo over last year, . and the Chtcago al\d Rock IslanJ, h8,724 for tke first titude expectant to receive the golden shower. But the prospenty of former times. enterpnses week and J16,ooo for two days of the second week. alas I it failed to fall. Cap i tal, in spite of the argu do not belong to the mushroom growtk of schemes of The Chicago and Northwestern Road also shows a menta that it ought, could, would and should come greater or less worthlessness. They do not come up in decided in earnings, the gain for some days of forth from the hiding-places to which it had retreated the night, like Jonah's gourd, but do not, as rapidly, the run.ning as high as per diem. The o""he first of a panic," declined so to wither away. The prosperity that will result from their Vanderbilt cham ofToads-N ew Yor.k CeSJtral, Harlem, "I and Lake Shore-have also been do1ng much better o do ; trde remained in the restricted condition, wt!l be of a very dtfferent kmd from late, and the same is true o,f many otber leading lines aad ipec:ulation was nowhere. The tecoYery from this that delusive success to the real character ef which the which do not give any official figures outside of their unplnaut state of all'airs hu beeu exceedingly pdaal, "panic" opened our eyes. Wei shall grow rich more annual reports. The ad vices frot,n the New E:J;land, .aad oalJ dae oJase"er. The real tNt tile fOUDdations will be \lroad and deep Middle and Western States as to the iron "tr e are \ ;

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; I I 2 'l,HE MARCH 17. -----more j:heering, and are sympton.s of revival m proved that he had, a nd that he haq t>aid the Collector THE TOBACGO :MARKET. prices and the desire to forestall them. For a ST JoHNs, P. R -52 baits. spectal branches The de111and for steel rails h as m S r,coo for stamps, and rece1ved the Government's re wh1le moderate sales only are hkely to be reported. now 1 RUXILL0-8 oz lbs mfd. creased of late, some mills have large orders ce1pt therefor, I hold, I say, that he had pai.lthe DOMESTIC. that the shorthved iPcentive to l a rger and more fre I r' on hand. Tne Chtcago and Northwestern Road tax on tbat number of c1gzrs whether he had affixed NEw YoRJC, March I6, 1 375. quent ones bas disappeared. T I th 1'h b he arrl\l'als at the poll of ls ause an active mo\ennent m gram rom the anners t e 3 stamps tot ,. va ue o ,.r,ooo, :tn use enoug 0 b h d f d against the postt1on assumed therem. One larue manu 1 'Wro i th m tlte tl> t b bl ---commll:, ut t e m u:atwns o ucrease acl1Vll)' are .. o a M. Cra for@, 4 ; C. C. s o me aKe ports an newly-made goods; and yet, b_y do ; Bunzl & Dormttzer, J22 do, order, 2 hhds 88 he1r.g teducep 90 me Erte C'\oal, and 1f .... s d a wane to uy Clga a._ we so em 0 you of t>xtraordm ary seventy succeeded, and m th ese exruhng, these goods are held to' be stamped In vwlatwn cases. wtll gJve a wonderful Jnnpetus to the shipment of gram b6stamp,ed,Awhdy or be pu: ceptiEmal events IS to be found the solution of the trade of law, m.anufadurers amenab le to the pams BY THE NATIONAL LQm-Pollard, Pettps & Co., r8 as soon as mtvgaton ts J r e umelf' 'fh {arn,ers 'ttll hojc;l rou e a ld 11. n au.t ts tt t at we pu o problem that for thre e or fo ur months has and penalttes provtaed for such vwlatton, unless they hhcls; Drew & Dean, 3 c,\o; P. Lorillard & Co 8 "do a la rge portwn of last wlwat crop, r e tusm g to sell stamps on c1gars on that day ? It was the fault of the bo t h the and reflective facultl 5 of d smen come forward and pay twenty per cent more for them Thos Hoyt & Co 4 do 9 d d freely at the low pnces of las Fall a WJDter. Zl'lie. Qfficer us to buy and stamp. r h i 1 1 'b d rtd th 11 h -' h ., r er, I43 1 of all classes ana kmds t an t 1e a w e a e co ector c arge.,. .W en BY rHE l?EJ<.'NSYLVANIA RAILROAD-Order, 6 hhds 4 7 11 d catiOns are favor au! Jor a export d 1acd or we asked 1f th'! stamps whtah we bought the Western Leaj-The sales reported smce our last th y were purchased. 'Ihe firm pronounce the ruhng cases. \\heat m the fulut : e, wHich h tO 'recent 3 111 t g d tll day, the Colle rephed: You amount to 373 hhds of whtch s8 to hta n bfact urers, s8 m this, respect an and declare th etr belief thal I BY NEw YoRK AND HAvEN STEAMBOA'l' l'.rNE adva nce m pnce certam D y th.e :heory that had better stamp, t o-day all the c1gars ,winch yO,u have t cutters, 4 to JObbers, leavmg 253 for export, melud'1t ou.d not be suslamed before a legal tnbunal, t f any -Hermann Koon & Co .45 cases, Lederman Bro 't" ar;s, our surplus will be marketed dunn!:! the Spring on hand and tl at will save trouble It is outrageous b d h t t t ,.. :nw 11 mg \kir-gma prtmings and lugs at 7U Western-trasit.o..at-0 Y c ose 0 contes 1 8I do itA. L & C L. Holt, 4' do; M H Levm, 6 db :>nd Summe r Thts can not be done without gtvJng a to c a upon purchasers to pay the ex tra dollar on 9 Yz, a !Boston Africans, and a few ltllds new> I af: Go/d ,opened at u6 and closec;l M us 111 I. Eppmger & Co 2 r do; Blumlein & Cohn 3 do S. ,[, a rp mpetus to general busmess activ e lo otga -"Shq>ped QQ the 3d. If they ate gomg to taken for Italy. We hear of no change li\ prices, ut Famgn MessTrsh &I Sl Sternberger, Fal)i.enstein, 67 do; H Selima, I do Levy & Neugass ment to the liTI the case of the Western roads do that we wuuld r ather pay tt ourselves. h ld f th 1 t t Bankers, 1 re ort as IUl ows: e uemora zed condltton 7. do, G. ReLsmann, 23 do"', M 'A' benhetem & r-0 ', 1 I S WJll very important, he r e,..., J 'f obnnx'tous Harle rn &-Gers1ei-Mr. Hartcom -I told som of 0 ers alrset _weeeltary 0 e ong s agna ton. -' h E ,., k t t ....... h ttl d "' o.., ,..,... v ..... 2d week, 3d w eek 4th week 5\b week Total 011 t e xcnange mar e con 10u<03; t e unse e state 4 do J Seltasber<>' & Co I do. M 0 1 & l egis latJon m Mmnesota and: a ndinent o! the Ute revenuebfficers that tfthey Vlllnted :my of our stamps January -487 45..4 594 565 2,I0o of0 thcr Gold maTket an '\R?'tous feehng among so do; :5 Stern:' 3 do ; 'J S 32 Potter law m Wtsconstn ra ays t ebtam baek which we bought of the boxes But I March. __ IJS 37 3 so8 _[Bankers, n d romal rates 2re 479 antl 483 for 6o days do i A. BIJUr, 44 do Joseph' Mayer's Sons, 53 do, Secretary Bnstow for $3o aoo ,ooa.) 20 bonds on account cautioned them, at the same that tf t h ey d1d so, and Vzrgmza Leaf-In V1rgmta lear tbere h:!S been no and demand sterhng respeclively ; selhng rates 478 for Chas F Tag & Son, 9 do; N Wtse, 1 do of the mk ut barla gopd e.ct nr finan ta dam ed any of pe bc:es wh1! t1oml' so, e wo d Dottceab'!e change since our last report As usual there 6q d a ys, 482 for demand, Commercial, 6o i:iays, BY THE N&w YoRK AND HARlFOR:!> STEAMBOAT fll !II a t ed tije val Q[ dev.i.e bolo them re o ble ca it beugbt tbo m bas some mqwry, lLDd a les .bave beell @478 Bankers, 3 days, 5 6o days, 521 ){, L H whtch had prevtously set m 'I he nel?lect o the natwnal $35 worth-m goc. a tth, and put them em the effected, br1gbt an dark wrappe 'ng peen Commercial, 6o days 523U Re1chsmarks-Bankers, E & Co' 53 cases; Levy & Neugass, fund and .the defa:ult of mterest by American boxes tn go d fat r a d th1fte orne ,of them a e now taken to a linmee tent mu g &j::C()Ullt, t 3 days, 9.? 31@94, 6o days, 93@931/, Commerctal, 6o s12 0 d Hoffmsa"11. & Son, I 2 7 do; Joseph Mayers lr S f h d 1 .174 74 ons, 31 o, e mg, 2 do; E. Spingam & Co., 9 do; nt oads Itt 1 873 and I 8 74 d amaged Amencan ctedtttn orne o 1 e stamps sent 1mme 1at!!y the maJO.ket througHout th weei a of any fl ht d<1ys, 92U. A. s. Rosenbaum & Co, so do; M. H Levm, 83 do, Europe, but of th e Sec t et.uy 111 ) .oldm g th goods an the others ate sttll here indtcattve of present or prospecllve activity New stock Fretgltts-Messl's Carey & Y;tle Freight B1okers, F D 11 & C d ti .J ox, 1 s o., r :z o. smkmg .... TeO dou much to restore our crt>d1t A INVENTORY TO BE MADE. Is commg forward but tt attracts only lnmted attentwn, report tobacco fretght.s-as follows. Ltv,e r po I, per steam, B a bread m itS 'femter 1ngh staftoard, so merease the The fallowmg circu a le tter has been sent 0 Collecnlesss when defect1ve pnzmg an sa pling msp1res 32s. 6d @35s; per sa1l, 30s. London, per steam, 40s., G Yh THE OLD DoMINION Sn:AMSHIP LINE-D J C ) dence()fl:\Jropean c!$ itnlist m Atnencan securf tors 1:J Commissioner of Internal Revenue: more than ordinary notu;e and co ent. A corre per sat!, JOS Glasgow, per steam, 30s ':; Bnstol, per 6 art 'SoBn & Co 9 hbds, l'obacco Co, 2 do, b e to {e\liVe.QnCe.:t!IPIJ e po1t of the same. Ol Y spondent pomtedty referrea to tlus subJ ctoffalse puzmg 40s Havre, per steam, 4ois Antwerp, .per 1 trcs ; uchanan & Lyall, 3 do, 7 do; W E Duncan th 3o,ooo,ooo hond s callled, n ts s afe to estimate that TREASURY DEPARTMEN'T,1 and samphng m our last and a manufacturer steam, 3ss Hamburg, per 30s. & Co' 7 do, 3 do, ,P.. LonllaJd & Co., I6 do, 1o do, J. ab tone half 1s h eld m lhts country and the action Qf.FrCE O J INTERNAL REVENUE, ths week sho.vn us a number of wntten complamts P. Qum & Co., 4 po, 11 do i Blakfimore. Mayo & Co., of e Sec rt:tary ts vte \\ed m Eutope'as all the lendmg WAsHJNGFQN, March 6, I87S from huyers all gomg to show that there IS a great ::PABTICV.I.AB lVOTICB. 2 5 hhds, 2 trcs, 5 t)uee qtr bxs mfd, J D Ke11ly Jr ba re tt Will pe, then there IS very little Sr,RYou a1 e he reby du ected to ascerlatn the facts irre.;ulanty vistble m some of the samples of Gro ... en of seed leal tobacco are cautJontd agaJDot o&.cep<1ag I I hhds, ro d three iqtr bxs mfd ; Allen & Fancor, I1 trc; ch ce y gold pa out on tbi' call bemg expo t-1, 10 each parttcular case. and have an mventory: made of leaf tobacco packed and mspected m Virgtma Some reported aales and \uotattona of aeed leaf u furmshJDg the that W. 0. Smith & Co' I6 hlf trcs mfd, 3 r qtr trcs do 4 l J'. 1ii"' II b t t l 1.. .J.r. should be obtamed for t,!lem at 6rat band, u these t refer 1n moat anstances et'ghth trcs do I I8 cs do S th t b d b' Th g r 1 anli o ll.ffai1 s dunng m e \\ee k naturally a to acco, Ctgars, or c1gare tes o w uch he manUlaC m eans, surely should be found tor puttmg a stop to to old cropo whlct. have been held nearly a year, and the profit on I ree q 1 xs P Io X$ to the opin:on that tlje country from th1s tune f o r turer has smce the hour of mtdntgh of March 2, I875, thb ev1! whtch must natllrally taclude the 1nterat on capttaltnvated. Growen leaf Martm & Joh' nson, 2 I0 cs smkg, 8 do mfd : :z thtrd wafSi w111 show a steady from the effects of affixed stamps at the o l d niles, to wn, at the several Seed Leaj-The volume of busmess in th1 s depart unnot expect even m the cue of new crops, tooell them for the aame bxs do, 2 qtr.bxs do 4 caddtes do Dob.:m, Carroll & t h of I873. rates 1mposed by the act of July 20, 1 868, as amended ment was qune satisfactory. Sales embracmg nearly prKes u are obtsmed on a te-ule here. Of cou,.e every re-sale must be Co, 30 mfcl, 20 three qtr bxs do, 2:12 hlf bxs do, 8c) by the act of June 6, I8_J:z. Whenever such tobaccg, all kmds have been made, and at unchanged pr)ces. at an advattce, and tne pnce obtainable bytll,e srowe .. wtll third bxs do, 2 caddtes do; Jos D Evans & Co' 5 cs d l b ld always be aomewhat lowct man our quotations. mlid SO t"ree tr bx d hlf b d b d ctgars, or cgarettes so stam'):>e shal e so or reThe aggr.,gate transfers amounted 1io I 6oo cases q s o, 122 xs o. 25 qtr xs o; moyed from the manufactory or place where they were dtvlded as follows :-zso cases I87J Connecti cut QUOTATIONS OF :WHOLE3AtE PRICES. Bulkley, Moore & Co' 3 2 cs mfd, Io thtrd bxs clo 20 made, you will report the manufacturer thereof for as wrappers at J5@Soc., 2 50 cases 1g72 and I87J do wmern-Ligblloaf. .a. ct q,tr b:Jrs do; /as Ml. &>Co, 8z cs mfd, IO ;hird sessment The r a tes of assessment wtll be as follows-fillers and bmders at ; Ioo cases I87J do ..... 8 @o bxs do, 4 hl bxs.,do; A Hen & Co., 22 cs smkg, 2 do namely1 at tHe rate of 4 cent-& per pound on aU tobacco runmng, Ill IS@ 2 oc. ; rso cases I81-r do wrappers at l\l#.dtum. ....... ..... Xti9' Lots .... 1!i @ 8H mftl, 2S bxs p1pes, H. A. Rtchley, 4I cs mfd, JI4 three on whtch stamps have been lllfOJted whtch were purI 4@ISC, 400 cases 1372 and I87J New York, rnnning, ..... ... .... @o qtr bxs do, L & E Werthetmer, 2 cs mfd, 99 thtrd bxs t the rat{: of 20 ce_nts per, nnund, t rate at 9 @ I 3 c. ISO cases I873 Ohto at lox.t2 @I IC., 1n.0 Melectton .. ...... @s do, M ?If Welzhofer, 22 cs smkg, 4 caddtes mfd; M. 1 .. 72 l.tgbt cot\lllg IIQII ..... II @ aavana}'ll Com S7)i@ 90 Abenhe & c tt N w nd tobacco stamped on March of one do lar per thousand on all c1gars and ctgarettes cases do do. runmng, on pnvate terms, and Ioo cases d o do tear .. 16 @ 30 do Good do 00 tm o., 10 cs cu mgs, JSe, 31 cs smkg, T .._... & to wlrich stamps ere affure whrch ere p rcha.sed at sundrt'es at 8@I2C. The market as descn'bed by one CIM'krille and Wul-DtlriOil IIlii u)ifill ara, Cut... ... 8o@ 85 Leggett & Co so rlo J Ottenberg & So !.> L 3 '-NI'Y -t e tax ri\ e o JI>.S per ou .. an at t e .rate o 25 famtllar wtth t.t IS thus exhtbtted "There 15 no change Common leaf........... 'l 8 Bo.;d. @ ,, T n, IO uo; cgars a revenue act Of th1lt cents per thousand on all ctgarettes to wh1ch stamps m values busmess goes on, sellers are cautious as to .. Tu J9 doL, C & Fd IoBdo ,hF1tts & Austin, date. were affixed which were purchased at the tax-rate of creditors, and buyers take only what they have tmmedt ... :::::::. .: ExlrM line ......... ftl5 32 o; os ng, I o' a., ux rot ers, S cs..mfd It s g c ner.tlly concelied l:y manufacturers, and by all one a a h.tlf dollars per thous:1nd, except Ill case of ate use for. The demand for sh1pment fair at the y.,.gmo-Ftoe .... ....... 45 r.>i55 H. K. T.burber & Co .. IO do G W Hillman & Co., whose opmons have been publicly or pnvalely ex delivery under a special permtt, as prescnbed by the begmnmg of the week but fell off later About 4oowrag-gcro, .. ::::: .... :. :g hlf bxs do; Jos H. Thompson & Co., 40 do ; secofld provtso of se ct ton 2 of the act of March 3, from 4 to soo cases been taken thts week for ship Heavv Shtpplog Leaf.. '7 ,. Commcn .. 16 @20 Wm Demuth & Co' wo bxs ptpes; Kaufman Brothers pressed, that 1 des1 nat1ng the hour of m)dmght of I8f5 P mg purposes. \ The news from Europe is not very g:x'd .. :--. :g x 2 pqlptrebsxtsemdos., Order, SI hhds, a cs mfd, 3 Mardi :t as the t1me ben the amendment went into 8 b ll h k do common .... 9 Quarter.I'l!uft35 SECOND PROVISO, SECTION 2, ACT OF !.lARCH 30 I 7S encouragmg Ut Stl t ey eep uuymJ:. smokers, good ,,, ... ,5 @ Me.Uum ............. 25 @2s BY THE NORTH RIVER BoArS p L 'Il d & C oper!ltiQ'rl, whereai 't s @ o Foe ..... 28 @30 Co., I 6 do, Order, n do Sale t old rates dunng office h.:>urs of h t h t r l f t l S f h T now enjoymg full apprecJattol'l, an t e pity ts that ot'dto com Fan<,Tob!lceof-LongiOs s o 61'40 COASTWISE FROM BALTIMORB -Bonnett, Scb 'enck & .... ._ s own o t e sa to.ac ton o 1e ecretary o t e reasthere IS so llltle of it left. mcrn pJi@ Navr, 4 and 6 ao @3il E 1 t d b I d 1 :u b te t der ath th t ) bl t S..und Com'l'o u... 8 Poeket Pieces .. 21> @8 5 are, I Io cases. I sta an su sequent y ec anng ry, y s tmony un o a :my person ta e o An Importer now m Havana wntes to hts firm as folGood do 1lr>ght rnst tVa) a mch 35 fwll5 d r h r pay the Increased tax by this sectton tnlposed had M dim 9Jtl@ u Bril'ht Gold Ban. 6mch 45 @6 0 BALTI""ORE .z. Me tlte ,tamps so ma equate or t e purposes tOr lows:-"It ts most ltkt:ly that pnces wtll have to come ,. (Shs olfongh .. 40 @60 I3. ssrs. Edward Wtsch Pnor to the 1o!h of Februar} I875, made a co ntract f h 1 b d 5 "" Bw.o" & c T b c M h whtch they we, re purcha ed and used, not only extraordi. down for low class tobacco, o w 1c 1 t ere lts plenty an Fancy .. .... ..... c meyer o a acco omruiSston ere ants, report:,for the future delivery of such tobacco, ctgars, and c1gar" Upper CollnttY ... ., 7 @s N Povnd-Fine ....... 27 @8 0 D t f L .r T. b b b I nary Inco nsistency wa s exblbltPd, but also that an mex fi d h h qobody to buy. Good Vudtas, Patt1das, Remtdtos, etc, a 1ound 1eor, 11.ew 6 @u Medlam 25 8 .... ecelp s o ea, o acco ave een arger thi$ week ettes, at a xe pnce, w tc contract was m wntmg 1 1 h ld A h J{""'J Half Pa ... .ua..a ftirdltba fio v 1 1 k t th h d w1l certam y o up m pnce. s to t e crop cut m "notation t'or seed Loat' To. Ftne .. . .. ,23 n r se era wee s pas -e mspecnons w tch Cusable d eception was practtse upon the members ol prtor to that date such tobacco may ( b e deltvete d to tlie .... bl t: H @30 h b Jl f M 1 d d ,, January, 1875, the fiTst very favrable reports are con-bacco outta or ome Quorterl'otmdt-Fine ave een punc1pa yo aryan escnpllons, adding t he Cigar and tobacco interests. contract ,mg party entttled theretO, Under spectal permit d h 1 d Trade. UoOI!.' .. 23 @25 bo t 6 hhd 0 k t be f tradtcted. Wtthm thuly ays t ere was on y one ay Connect" Crop ,87, and ,87s Common to medium. 19 @ZI upa u oo s. ur mar e contmues to held It contenQed,'m the first pla'Ce, that btlls passed from the CommiSSIOner 0 Internal Re,enue provided df ram The dry weather injured tht leaf Fillers tX@ 9 l'jtuandFour. @28 strong, in a tlctpation of short supplies for the coming by Congren !io not become laws unul the stgnature of therefol'", Without prevtous payment of such adduwnal and only a very few dtst!:icts will justtfy 'the fhst rep-orts .. season for shtpments, though foreign markets generally tax' but the satd addJttona' tax shall be a hen thereon, Pnces patd for green leaf ,ar..e as huh as thbse paid for Good Wrappers 35 <5 Toooa, ........... u @50 have failed to respond suffiCiently to cover tbe views of the Prstdent 1' s appended to them-b11ls passed over and s 1all t>e patd by and collected from the purchase .., Selecllons s 6s 10 n4 12'e h ld h s 1 11 ... r I874 crop, and a j l purchases are effected in gold. :with M4Hnchuutts-Crop1B1 aad 181 Fine ............. 21> 61)28 o ers ere a genera y uave been very hght, and h i S \ eto excepted and, m the second place, that hav under such contract before the sale or removal thereof h II k f ld b h d h k Fllero .. 1 @ 8 Good .. .. .. 23 S there lS nothma worth of spe 1 k d b h d h d d db h II f t every sma s:oc o o to acco on an t IS rna es Seconds ........... 9 !'1 ,,lltllmonand 18 1,..21 ... Y eta remar ln any ek he I d h ffi f Y m1, au w en eman e y t e co ector o mternal u1 s lri "" t w n t b r M 1 .J 10g decided to rna e t aw ant<: ate t e a xmg o the prospect for a good Havana t busmess rather dull, Wrappen .. 1S 3 0 mo ng scnp ton e -.uo e as e,ore :-. aryan,, common revenue for the dtstnct to which the same shall be re b 1 Runmng Loto .. u @oo Medium to good ....... 38 f t d "6 @ d d the requisite signatut e, the least the CommissiOner f; 1 h holders of good old tobacco o s New York Seed conn oo; do yellow spangled, I2 oo@ IS oo, do extra do, 16.oo .J;". f h d I' de d in the cas!! of of oba cco so sellu 'ig Selectwn .......... 40 @so wrap),)Or ......... 25 00@30 oo r,:, 8 d f @ Oh f d 1 he cxigt:'ndes o t e 1Stl 110g mterest, tt I S obenttre steck stored m bonded warehouse on March I, Nnu y01.1:Stau-Crop 7 1 and .a1 o Penn do do do 11 00@25 oo \:::?I oo, 0 an cy, 20.oo JO.oo. u;,, roste 7 oo@ d C D I or removmg tobacco to avoid the payment of tax amounts to about 6,ooo We certamly do not say Ftllrs .. ...... @a Ohio do d o do 17 oo oo 7So, do lnfenor ,' t o good common, 7 sor,:,8.so, do served wduce omnu,sstoner oug to ma ... e an ex Runnmg Loto .. o @s eouu Filier and st h d b J'-r I b h r II too much m takmg h alf of that number of bales as old iSelectwns ......... (jJ3o wrapper .. 20 oo greems an rown 8 so@ 9 50, do medmm and leafy c ptiOn lU Its lllVOr, as WI appeal yot e lO owmg por- MINOR EDITORI LS tob acco Our last rep.ms from Havana-and we may 1 @ 8 : ... g:@@g g:: 'Qrown, 9 so@II.OO! do mediUm to fine red, 9 so@Is.oo, tlo n o a teleg ram published over hts name on the sth r d b d "'@ s 1f bo do to med' s 1 d r,:, d fi 'I' say tha .our correspon ents are to e constdere as IRunmng Lots .. "" &CCo >' 86@-oo .. mm pang e 9 oo\::ti2 oo, o fie f M I T ItS 9 ce t pe 11 t k SEASONABLE -l'lo!e most npo,n lar man 111 he } SelectiOn! . .. ,, @oo Rappee, French ..... -l 00 spangled to 11 (ri, K k o ,,rc l ax on splr 0 n r ga on a es ,... pebecl1y r pt>sted respecting the of oJlr W.sconsm-Crop 1 873 1 Scotch .t 86@ 90 ye ow, IJ entuc y, common e ffect on spmts produced subsequen t to mtdmght of try at tms season 1s' sa1d to be the man who domestic trade, as well as wtth regard to the consump-Ruomng Lots 9 @ Common --@-65 to good lugs, 10 oo@u oo do h eavy styles do, u.so@ wood too lon.,cr for hts neighbot's stove Wrappers '5 @! A.mencaoGentleman --@ 1 00 I2 so do low to n>ed I f @ d d the J"d spmts m warehou se or ctstern room at t10n m Havana-are unammousm constdenng th e ent1re Liconc. C..rnncy .,. tum ea IJ oo I5.oo; o goo new crop as a total fatlure Several large factones on EXPORT QUOTATIONS .L 0 s ............... @ -18 to fine do; oo@19 oo, do selectiOns, 20 ootrl.28 OQ. m tdnJe:bt of the 3d mstant are liable to tax at o cents THE 1'Ax ON riG R lTES \ V '-d t tl r d Crmnettcut a-Man -Crop 187o Gnld y ._, I .. ,._. E .em" ver en Y re,erre }he wtll not iWOrk It at all, and that are Wrappers ... o @n G C." 460 111 cue 28!i lrgmta, COillmon to goou ugs, 9 so@ 12 oo; do comg lllon only." Why, 1t I S quened, tf the operation last week to the new tax on ctgarettes as "2.75 p!r M. 1 b 1 I Runomg Lots ... 9 @o """ G." 430 ll> case 287, to med 1um leaf IO S @ d d fi d 9 orced to Use It oomp lun very 1tter Y. t IS unsweated, c.,. c,. Afau-Crop 187 and 8 73 "C sn "'" net. ... .. :WN v 0 I4.oo, o goo to ne o, ol t he act could be lawf u lly suspended for the space of It should have reao, $ r 7 5 As several of our CO raw m taste, and too bo-ummy. Even the tobacco left 10 i'lllers 6.11@8 ;,WGaJ&11F 3 'E' y .. "GO-. net" 29J' 14 .50@ I8 eo, do selectiOns, :zo.ov@25 oo; do stems and temporanes have c o pted the error, we make the correc Pennsylvnma-Crop 7 '" 2 @ twenty four hours to accommodate disullers a'ld rect( Havana for later sh1pment IS not expe'cted to sweat any Runnmt Lot ..... @ 1 5 "I c .. 28 prtmmgs, 4 S0 7 00 fiers could 1 t not equ;lly wei' have been arrested -for twn. more than our rll7o seed leaf be sweated. It ts .' :! ni; : .. :: .. :: thkts wedek,V425 hhds Ma1 ryia 8 nd, ss do Ohio, d b imnosSlb\e 1 so our fnends wntP, to buy a derent line of Olno-Crop 'liF." .. '20 I o entuc y, 2 o trgmta; tota 59 hhds. Cleared tti1t9CC modation cigar an to acco manufact!,Jr fobacco below $8o gold per and are no R.:K .... ..... ...... sarr.e penod Per steamer I[o/f_t,nzollern for Bremen, 87 ets? Perhaps Commtsswner Douglass can and w11l (lD wrappers m any vega at that rate. Good Partzdo Runnmg Lot.. .. 9 @u :::,:<: .. ::. :::::::::::: 21 hhds Maryland, 35 do Vtrgmta t 135: do Vtrgima stems, swer t ht fobaccos ar-e not to be latd down m New York, duty IMPORTS.' 88 cases seed leaf; also 5 nhds tobacco the In-OF MAN patd, at than 98 cents per pound. Addmg shunk The arrivals at the port of New York from foreign dtes. ..Jrubs C,.. bouglht $z,ooo wotth of stamps age, storage, insurar,ce, etc r suck tobaccos not be ports for the week ending March I61 the fol Tabaqo Statement 3 d o( a. c 1n the-ustllll1 course 151' bas1nes ro ToBAcco-BuYER lN LucK.-M.c.;N. StaUb,.-'0 c sold by the lot at less than f,r.o7 per pound There lowmg cons1gnments:Stock on liand in Sl:ate Jan: current orqqr, It.s >yll'ong const rue or m buyer, w 11l be tl n1ered a Farmers' Banquet to day, at are fine Vuelta vegas, but they are rated so enormously BREMf=N-H. Brock, 19 ceroons to\Jacco I, ----- ----- 14,627 hhds a ti9CY so as to have It wor)<: backwards If we bave ,New Mtlfofd, Ct, during which festiv 1tyhe wll also be htgh that our market w1ll never reach them m pnces." LEGHORN-P. Ho1mony's Ne}Jhews & CQ., 642 bales Deduct loss by fire Jan. 6-contents of 1 ed to sell.yo11 to day at a certam pnce, cal"' presented with a handsome watch ,and chatrr the Manufactured-In taxpatd goodS there was mouerhconce root : warehouses Nd I and :z,_: .... : --. 2,764 hhds the tax at1 a:tixed 'rate, and to-morrow the tax liberal and honorable manner" m -wbtch he has dealt ate acllvtty the past week, and sales are reported emNAPLEs-Weaver & Sterry, 20 cases hconce paste. -pl.t j Is mcreased, we are compelled to lose the amount with the tobacco-growers of that sectwn durmg the past bracmg the usual asso1tments, mcludtpg IImch, HAVANA-Chas. F Tag & Son. 306 bales tobacco; I u,863 hbds ofl!l'ie ad vance. A day ougllt to have beeo des1gnated, season. We have to acknowledge the comp)iment of' 6 mch twtst, etc. expo the demand appears to Vega Martmez & Brotners, 268 do; Sanchez Haya & Inspected this week 598 hhds al:reT the of the btl } -.yhrn :he J aw take, an mv 1tat10n from the cha1rman, Mr s. L. Wtlson have been hmtted, 1oreign Olders colll.ing m rather Co, 172 do; J J. Almtral, I6S do) H R Kell,}' & Co, Inspected previously thts year .. -........ 1,492 hhds eKect. 1 thopgh the markets abroad are nowhere over24 do, F M1randa & Co, 127' do, Schroder & Bon, 177 1 Luhlenstmr &Co. I 1s exceedmgly wrong to DEATH' or A VALUED EMPLOYEE.""""Wefregrct to hear supplied wtth or would not be,if trade were do, A Iselm & Co., 54 do, Chas. 'ir. Bauer & Co, 5 TotaL ____ -----------------_ 13,953 hhds make the law operate retroacttvely. They ought to have of the death of Mr. Otto Betrtmayer, who bas for some as brisk as It might welt' t>e at thlS season of cases Cigars; A s Rosenbaum '& Co' I 2 do; H Fa!J:ess shipments (Maryland andl Ohto ), the law go mto effect after 1t had been s1gned by rourteen years past occupted a responsible posttJon m the year, and m view of future col)tmgencte,S. 4 do, L. & E Werthetmer, 5 do, G. smce January I.' ... : : :............. 1,2I9 hhds President, for until he had stgned 1t It was nota law. the well known lnhograph1 c house of Heppenhetmer & Our re:vtsed quotations in:drcate for tax-p.lid gQOds an 8 do, Fred'k deBary & Co., I do, Howard Ives, 30 do, 1 Even If 1t be cla'imed that the day upon whtch a btU ts Maurer. During the absence of the members of the advance-c9nsequent upon tax ra}e-of E Spmgarn & <:o, 2 do; F Garcta, -so do, S. Leaving stock m r.arehouses.--__ --___ 12,734 hhd.s 51a ned embraces the enttre d ay from the preceding mtdfirm Mr. Betrtmayer took enure charge of the busmess about two cents per pound, whtch buyers readily con. & Sons, 2 do, A. Gonzales, 4 do; Purdy & Ntcholas, 23 Nemujactu,edtqbacco-There lS more active mquiry we thml< as, the regulauans are left to the Com. and was htghly esteemed by them. He ded, after a cede'tn some instances, and in othets so readtly. do; Park & Ttlford, 34 .do; W H. Thomas & Brother, but wttllout anv matenal change lill prices on stock mJio'.n,cr 's discretiOn, and he has the nght or the hngermg illness, at the early age of thut y three. Lookmg back-upon the small returns from trade \:lurmg 37 do, Acker, Merall & Condtt. 26 do hands of dealers; though most oli them iJ.dded oneprfvllege to say whether the law wenrmto effect the day tbe lpast winter, it IS not e"tsy for buyers to convmce J EXPORTS. half of the addlllonal tax, lately tmposed, to their f o lmHng the sgnmg of the btll or the day qpon whtch FROM NEw YoRK! TO NEw MILFORD, CT -We note tbernselv:es that they can afford to pay any .3dvance From the port of New York to for dign ports for the pnces. Exported thts week 4,p94 los to Bremen and lt was s 1 gned, be mtght WISely lnave aectded that1tshould the removal to New Mtlford, Ct, of Mr Wm. Schover upon goods, or that tile .present was a proper ttme for week endmg March r6, were as follows: 320 lbs to Rto. Recetved, per Baltimore an,d Ohio take effect the followmg day. The present dectswn hng, packer and dealer in seed leaf from 129 Water t.)le Government to confpel \ he maugurauon of one, 1 Al:JTWERP-40 bales, 125 lbs mfd 1 Ratlroad, from Danvtlle, Va.., 326 boxes, 44 qtr b:x;s, 436 places many manufacturers m an unpleasant sttuat10n, Street, thts ctty, where he has for some ttme @one bust and they Jherefore, do not eagerly embrace the opporASPINWALL225 bales 7 27 5 lbs mfd 1. caddtes, 2o cas es 76 thtrd bxs, 21 hlf bxs ; and from havtn"' bought on the mornmg of the 3d, ness. Mr. Schoverlmg bas been fifteen years 10 the tumty ROW off e red th,eltl of exbtb1tmg the1r patnotism BELIZE-I hhd, r,r95 lbs 1mfd. Lynchburg, 547 bpxes, so qtr bxs, IJ cases, Io when the prevatled that they could be placed seed leaf busmess and, havmg rellred upon Ius base of by paymg mto the Treasury twenty per cent. more taxhhds stems, 3 cases per NC'r{olk steamers, 441 pkgs; per Richmond steam-on c1gars ullttl It was known that the Pre!t M NTEVIDEo-:.-13 I lbs At tbe Bodmapn""Wa'rebbuse,"l SS hhds 'and' 114 b':ts: -.n on whtch the tax hat'l ail been paid prior to the a 11tatement. of the !!A.gn culttfre smolang t ()j)aeoo 'tradelthan at the1 date ofr l!lir fd ', '" ', 44 M;ason i'' pgs .ll,nd u ,at;SII passage cfthis a ct, I would 'hold that the manufaoof the. States.. The staUSUCI regarding the y1ew)oaqd th,cy tile a st PoRl-AU-P.IliNCE-11 hhds, us les. ; I6 I @I9 6 at' '10. turer when he bad mformed the collector that he had weed m foretan .4re va!,.t.ablo atlli we sball IJ,!lt faj,l to( {oJJRw I J:l.# ft'a c ""-" ,-.r<\1 1:5 ds d., 1st/(c{ rash, ttfv 2oo,ooo packed ctgas on hand, and hts revenue returns rep,rodtsce 5ome of them at an early date. prev.10us abnormar-demand 'inspiied "Hfpto Do!IINGO-:zoo1il1 m .., '. 1 aadJeaf: 4 at 9 9 .9o; 8 t.atali..as@' ... 1!1 ll ... ,._..,._.___ ..., _____ ,_ ----.------

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' MAR. 17. rHE JACOB BUS:ILL, ('-'. :MANUFACTURE& ill' CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIO:rt MAKE AND 1 1 of CIDMl WOOD, 293, a: 2(j] Monroe St., r ) \ ":"' HW YOitK. E.,&' I. 1 co., 1-rten &lid Dulenla LBAP 129 Malden Lane. FataDJ l ...... NEW YORK. o "m-c:a y, .Draw BUll ef Exlwa .. oa lloe J>!iaciael cltiea of a. ,..... -Clrcalar Letten iii Creillt to Trnelen, JIMl Commercial CrMIU; rec:ehe. Moeey liD D ........ .. lat Cbecb, ........ wblcla __ 1t111 k aiiOwtid; pay partlcialar atteDUoa lo tlae N.,.U ... ..( Loau. .. .r. 11014 a cuaiNCofiGARS ADd Importers ot Vuelta-Abajo Tobacco, 8& W .A.TEB 11'1' ,, liEW YORK. W IIDIL a BBD., OF OIG-ARS -. AN:O DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, BOWERY, NEW YORK EBEN W. GOODWIN, DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO And FINE CIGARS, No. 228 Front Street. Jlet. Beekman & Peck Slip, XEW YORK. 'W11. .A.GlfBW at 80118, !obaooo and OommisaioB Vem+aa. _....and 1186 Froai: NEJ/Y YOBK. _..,.. uu .u.L Jl JM.f !'o)aeeo for lxpott ... .._ Ill. Leaf' Tobacco baled In &nf ,-... ljr 'r*' 'ie press f export. Wlt. SCROVERLING,' l'ACKER OF AND D-EALER IN PALMER tc SCOVILLE,. IKPO::a 'r::&:::aS OF SPANJ:SB, AND JOBBERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF T0BACOO, No. 170 Water Street, New York. L. PALMERo A. H. SCOVILLE. Connecticut. Seed-leaf Wrap:L)er of .our own 880 PB.&R.L I. B. BOBGPBLDT, MANUFACTURER OF Patentee of Closed Head loaNs, Pateattt tf fht Slalft Slll'lllg tr (Jl-J) Ida. ORDERS TA'ICEN AT THE FACTORY HAB.J,EM B.. B., I'REIGRT B1l'JLDDrG, WHITE iTftEET, F loor (Jd Door from Elm Street'; nr at aESSRS. s. JACOBY' co., Ollice No. oo Chatham Square, NEW YORI. ..... UFIANN BROS. & BONDY, ICTUBERS OF FINE CIGARS, Slm:ax ... 1r0a.K. SEED-LEAF TOBACCO, Sheet Metal Cigar MoUlds NEW This lethe onlyMould for -0010(, Liberal Cub odTances made on CouslfiDIDeuls. aromu. AHNER .t,' DEHLS, DEALERS IN LEAP TOBACCO, For Cln:Wara, SCHWILL & DUBRUL, -4! Sole Pateuteee and Maaufacturera IC.HJVSS, TucK. CuTTaas, Pa&SSU.J &c., 166 .t; 181'W. BecondBt., G. fAlK & BRO., Importer& of .A.Kn O:IP I E. ROSENWALD &:. BRU'il.ll,. I 1 T r .. -:QIPOBT.I1Dt.S OF S:P.AlnS .. PACKERS OF LEAF I45 Water Yprlc. -CIGAR a &TRAPS. .a. & P.. s .a 0 MANUFACTUJlERS 01' CiaaiCUttBrs i iY other lacbilcryfor lannfactnriJl( CiM; IMPORTERS OF GERIAI CIGAR IOULDS. 57, 59,&: 6x, Lewis St., bet. Delancy&: Rivington, NE'W YORK, .. E. PASCUAL BROTHER & C;o. COJDUSSIO.N K!3CB.Ur'H AND Dq()ITIIS OP., Havana LEAF TOBA
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'' f MARCH 17. SU.T_RO & NEWMARK, MANUJ'ACTl'IBBBif OP OXGA.EC,S, AlfD DEALEli.S IN .TOBACCO. '76 PARK fumes. It appeared in that for a time The VICE PREsmeNT.-The amendment will be C'lUntry which come within the p>resent call of Secretary anterior to -the date of Manly's pa!ent ljlanutacturers of reported. Bristow, but well-informed bankers variously estimate tobac.:o (and of straw 8oods) had been in tne habit of The CHIEF CLERK.-It is proposed to strike out the the amourt at f.s,ooo4ooo to f,IO"ooo,ooo. TllU!.! it would bleaching their materials by moistening and then subfollowing proviso to the second or the bill: appear that of the $3o,ooo,ooo gJld io be paid out under jecting them to the action of sulphurous acid gas. The A11d providl!tl furl her, That whenever it shall be this call one-hall will go tr the Pa a-e of' the A..:t. with out previous payment of such acldit i onal tax; but generally believed that the present high price of gold the said additional tax shall1be a lien thereon, and and the extravagant rates charged by t he "bull" clique In the detailed proceeding oftne U. S. Senate on the d -h II d shall be paid by and collected from the purchaser under for its daily uU, will cause many holders of the called 2 mst. w en the Tax Bill was fina y pass@ \\ e b S such co:1 ratt retb. ..ale or removal thereof by him, onds to present'll\e"same for paym en t at a n early day. find that enatoriJohnston, of Virginia, an Unsuc-.. db h ll f -1 Tl ld fl f 11 f h T cessful attempt to introoud: an amen d lned admittinboug use; and at the same time that lt increases th required to pay 29 cents to the man he tax uP9n wlfafthey thus consume, it rais.:s the tax upon bought it of, and tour cents additional to the Govern their ptodutt ; it raises the tax upon distilled spirits, merit. This 4 cents additional he was not bound to REVENUE AND PoLICE ITEMs.-Charles J. Bishop, captain of the American brig H. S. Bishop, lying at the Atlaptic D o cks, Brooklyn, was arrested. on Friday eve by:United States Deputy Marshal Bernhard, apd: lodged in Ludlqw Street Jail, Ut}der a warrant issued by Commis5ioner charging him with smugg\ing 4,ooo cigars into this po.rt from Hava:1a. The cigars, it is stated, were discovered by a Custom house offi-cer secreted in a priv .. te closet adjoining the captain's r o om. Captain Bishop, who was brought before Com missioner Shields, waived an examination, and gave bail to await the action of the United States Grand Jury, Messrs. James W. Elwell and B. G. Neff of Brooklyn, becoming his sureties.-Custom.house In.M specto rs Dumont and Weed &eizeJ o'n the steamship ColtJmbus, at P i er No. 13, North River, fifty reels of cigarettes, r,Ioo cigars, 200 yarut. contract, or to enforce it w lien made ? Suppose the 8'1' JIUDB!f BJIW 'I'OBK. through them. But the new DltALER IN :SPA.lo:SH CEDAR II'OB CIGAR BOXES, Seaaoisea Stock alwa.ya on ha.ncl, P. M. DINIEE & SON" Cor. SIXTH 4 LEWIS SXBEEXS, Commission Me'rchants. .SP A.NISH CEDAR, AND ALL and Domestic Woods. P TABIL & ROBRBIRG, Manu!aeturen of /FINE CIGARS, ; 1 saa.room, No. 70 ..Bet. Greenwich St. & College Plato>, NEW YORK. CHARLIE& A. WULFF'. Pmlter, imd Ianufaotmer a1 A. LICI'tBIS!BJI & BI01'BB& MANUFAOTUJI.EJtS OJ' THE "ElK" and "ONWARD" CIOARS Ad Dealm In LIAr TOUCCO, J Nos: 34 and Bowery, NEW YORK. LH BOY IOPBJl I It SillS, COMMISSION MERCHANtS, 'R.ILSBVI\G, VA. TIN FOIL. CROOKE, MANUJ'AC'lVR:Btt 0'1" T Ilf FOIL AND BO 'l'TLI CAPS, PL.H!I AJID' AND IUS OTRBR BRANDS OJ!' T1JBKI8R PA.iTJI:, ALL 011' WHICH ABE GIVING 11'1-CBBA!IED II'ATIIJ.I'A.CTION, AS INSTANCED BY THE B.A.PIDJ.Y GROWING DBIIIAND .&ND E'NTI.BE A.DSBNCE 011' COJIPLAINTS. JAMES C. McANDREW, 55 W'ATER. STREET. NEW YORK. RtcnMOND, VA., January 1 James C. 1 Andrew, Esq. New York. Dear Sir: We expect a 'Steadr iocrcue ia Ute: demand f()r JOUr Uqaorice. All the maaufact.Grera to whom we Mil tatify u to its 'I&Diiona aDd e&cellat quality. IY trW_r_. ], WR GH'l' a: CO. Loti!IVII.Ll!!_ JaL 7 1 db!. Ju, C. .olo,.._, .... lfew Yo"-W0U Sir : We ta--.a--. to oJatijll t'hat your brands ofhoth Spaolsh ana TarldibLlqaorll:o Ppte1la.J8:aien entire to ell OIIWmaaoCActute..,chililll the1paot ......,, tU oalltyii..-IDI ,ucel!ool. We "" o6edleotly youn, f -lit Cfl. LouJS1 Mo., January 9r 1'87.5 Jamea C McAAQ'row Etq., New Yorl<. Dear Sltiltlllwithplouve that I have to write you that tlie di.rent -.nufae .. turen In this part of the coaDtry wMa I hae aup-f.lied with _your brands or both spantsb aDd Turttllh lluor:ce Paste -.: ery much;Rl euei:with its unjjorm anCI remarkably exc:e ent quaht,;. I remain, deu-slr. yours tnly, E. W1 RIZER. V Jao_, 8, ISM. JMbes C. McAodrew, Y"ork. Dear Sir: WebYeplfiiMUre I!'Jrtaliv.,.'!>f!t l!f our.,cllqct your brand of Spoohh have lo,..riably riveD eo tire aatbfac;tioo to all maufactorera uSinl' them, quality belog u,qtfcmD aad eKCelle!ot 't W remala, dear a!t; roun tnlly, iiiooi. Lo JOHNSON & CO. patent, rell)oves an these great The cardboard tube is altogether abolished, and in place there wrapped round the end of the cigarelte a specially prepared piece of mater i a l which is imt:er.vious to the m o i s t u r e of the mouth, which is soft, indestructible, and tasteless, and mWit prove a real boon to all smokers who are parti a l to the cigarette. Many people who preft:r ci!{art:ttes to either pipe or cigat, if they can only get good cigarettes whhout the i.ncol:!veniences we have mentioned above, have not been able hitherto to their desires in this respect, and have conse quently been obliged to en joy the fragrant weed in forms. ToBAcco lN ALGERIA.The culture of tobacco may now be looked upon as one of the principal pursuits of 'ftlgeria. The tobacco crops of r 87 4 havebeen exceed jngly abundant, and the re turns are double that of the p.revious year-namely; 3, f. Since the year r847 it has been calculated that the cultivation of tobacco has realize d 54,000, ooo f Tlie Government is doing ifs to encourage this source of industry, and the planters are zea l ously striving to improve their !ie lds and methods of culti vat i on, so as to compete on a large scale with other coun t ries. Public atlention is also being drawn to the mineral wealth of the coun try. Throughout last year sevfiral French, En$lisp, and Arne 1can com anies have b e en. various regi s of\ the three pro vinces with a view to future enterprise ; :but c a plt a I, roads, and1 means of trans. port are '\"anted. In Con stantine mining operations are actively carried on. In 1873 the total amount of mineral exports of Algeria reached 420,662 tons, two thirds of which wert: sup plied by Constantine Last year this quantity was ex ceeded; it is expected that t he returns will be 49o,oco tons. Thecolony of the Government an ex S!Jrvey of the mi_ning d1stncts, wtth a view to pro a branch of industry so Important ahke to Algeria and France. At present the number of miners is on Iy 3,5oo, the greater part of thelie being employed m Constantine alone. No";, while I am on this subject, let me call the atcollector demands this 4 cents a pouha and the p-arty tenhon of _the Senate to what appears in a document refuses to pay it; what power has or any that was la1d before us ouly this day. Th:! argument in body else to com[!el the prod ucer to pay this [additiOnal favor of this taxation, the only-argument that 1 have 4 cents a pound ? The man .p1ay refuse to ttke it, a d heard, ,is that we must make the sinking-fund intf!Ct. the tobacco is left on the hands of f the man who baa What does this public-debt statement, laid on our tables perhaps it and been paid for it. Suppose ease to day, show ? It shows that tbe total debt of the where there has been a .sale of a lot de tobacco l\'nCl an United States is now $2 ;242, 000 000 in round numbers. actual payment of money. The purchaser has Pl!,ia and 'l'hat shows a decr-ease of the debt since t862 when the the seller has received the mol'ey. When the tooacco sinking fund was provided for, of more than f.sso;ooo, is being away, 4 cen s a pound ad ditional de coo. What further rloes this statement sliow ? It m:nided. Tlie producer refuses to pay it. Do not shows that the decrease of the debt during the past Senators sqj.ts wq.gla grow up be1ween parties? month was and accoRJpanying this is 'a l::all 'This sectiOn will produce litigation all over the country hy the Secretary ot the Tieasury for in cases of that soi-'t. Congress is the foundation to be redeemed forthwith And yet, with these facts for that sort of liligation by thi! section, and the proviso before us1 ; with a in tbe last montli of more ought to be stricken out. than J6,oP-o,ooo of pnblic aebt; wltn a call for $s, Mr. MoRRIJ;.L, of Vermont.I trust th'lt this ooo,ooo of bonds, to as soon as they are pre will not be stricken out; and I hope we shall gratify the senteCI, we _are to! iliat ilie public credit requires that Senator from :Virginia making the bill symmetrical tl:';e people of the United States shall forthwith be taxed when it reaches the Senate by non-copcun;ing in the "TOBAcco STORAGE" QvxsTION IN LIVERPOOL, thirtyodd millions a year. And thirty-odd millions of amendment that w::u; before made in Committee -of the L:&TTER FROM THOMAS CoPE, EsQ.The following dollars a year lo do what? To protect the bonds that Vhole . communication has been addressed to the Mersey Docks the Unitll9_ States has issued ? Those bonds are already The V1ce-Pres1dent put the questiOn on the and Hnrbor B,-,ard. GtNIIemen: As chairman of a at a prem1um of from 12 to IS per cent. in gold. Is, ment, and declared that the noes appeared to pre_va1l. meeting of the Cel\tral Association of Tobacco Manu there a bondholder of the United States who believes JoHNSTON.-! elo not want to consume lime hy facturers, which repres e nts the tobacco trade of the that the Government of the United States is bankrupt? call.m_g_ lor the yeas and nays, but I would like to have North of England, held at Manchester on Wednesday, Is there a bondholder who believes that the Govern a d _J'!IS1on. tbe 2oth inst., I was requested to under your rY)ent is likely to be bankrupt ? .Is there a bondholder The q_uestion bf,i_nf, put, the amendment was rejected, notice the followi-n11: facts relative to the warehouse who would not be willing to a sk for his bond an addithere bemg, d!YlSJon: ayes 2o, 21. accommodation for tobacco in Liverpool. The storage tiona! premium if you would make that bond redeemable Senator then to stnke out first of toba.cco in the poTt is a monopoly held by your board, at fifty years instead of twenty years, or eightty years and second secttons (mcreasmg the tax on wlllsky and and consequently all tobacco remaining in LiverpoGl instead of forty? Why, sir, so far from the bondholdtobacco)wh1ch _was lost: yeas 25, nays 33, 15._ must be stored in the board's warehouses. The accomers believing that the sinking-fund is nec-::ssary for the The _Bill-whtch had been thus far cons1dered m modation provided by boi!-rd for the storage of to payment of their bonds; that the Government will be Committee of the Whole-)VaS then. reported to the bacco is very inadequate and most un&uitable. The bankrupt if the sinking.fund is not maintained; that and after the amendment causmg th,7 toba::co wretched old known a s the King's Dock To they Wlll not get payment of their bonds unless the siuksecllon to to tobacco manufactured after the bacco Warehouse at the south end of the town was not ing fund remains intact and this sinking fund loim is passage th1s act" had been defeated (27 to 29), was a very advanced structure even when it was built, some executed, there is not one of them would not this fina _lly_ passed-as our readers already know-by om fifty years ago, and it is now utte : rly behind the age. lts moment be glad to exchange his bond for a bond having ma;or1ty I weather-beat e n old roof often lets in the rain; its primitwenty more years to run without any sinking fund prolive .windows keep out the light; and the rough, clumsy, vision at all. No, sir; there is nothing whatever in this A PRoTEST AGAINST THE T"x CPN TOBACCo.-In the boulder stones with which il is paved do more damage pretense. The provision was not for the debate on the Tax Bill in the House on the 18th ult to a hogshead rolled over them than does along railway sake of the bondholder at all; it was for the sake of Hon. J. M Bright, of Tenn., spoke I as follows :-''A'njourney through and the voyage across the The, sinking fund prov i sion was to other ,suggestion in relation to the tobacco tax. My A-tlantic. The w arehouse is damp an(! badly ventilated. prOV19e that the Government might pay off th;s debt, has been neard heretofore in rblation to this and tobacco stored there, instead of im?roving by age but the bondholder does not want it to be _paid off. The ter. I have denounced it as Tobacco (as it ought ), becomes mouldy, and much depreciated bondholder's interest is that his bond shall have as long to and cotton are the first crude prodltctions of the soil in value. only so; bqt gw_fug to the faulty of run as possible; that it shall not be paid off. The which Have e er been taxed by any Fongress since the the warehouse, the tobacco becomes impregnated with sinking fund provision was simply for the of the existence of the Government. This tax can find no moisture, and, conse!luently, increases in weight, and on that the Government might put an end to sanctuary either und7r tile apportionment ?r uniformity this iii<:rease the levy duty as on tobacco. that mdebtedness as soon as it was possible to do it rule of taxation. It IS not pretended that 1t falls under This excess of duty has been known to amount to consistent with the in teres of the country; but to say the rule. not fall under t'Fre. Umper hogsllead, and is a cruel source of loss to the manu that we shall tax the people of tile United States thirty formtt_y rule, for we can as eas1ly enact thE" umform1ty o! acturer Vast quantities Of tobacco arrive here in odd millions a year for the sake of tbe bond-holding the cbmates and soils lls the uniformitY. Of tbe toliacco Liverpoo -bouna ships, and would remain at this fraternity; for the sake of making their bonds good ; for Jax. The seven tobacco States pay ,400 per cent. for sale were proper warehouse "lfccommodation pro the sake of maintaining the ptiblic credit when we are more of this tax than all the oilier sectiol\s -Q{ the vid'ed, b__ut no much to the injury of Liverl;'ot;>l, it paying off the public debt at the rate of $6,ooo coo a United States. It is unnecessary 1or us to discuss -the simply passes through the port to places better month, arid callin_g this day for ls,ooo,ooo pre use ?f It is on_e of the great pro. warehou s e accommoda ion exists. 'file Kihf,s Dock sen ted th,at we may redeem them is, to my mind the-ducnons, an'd 1t meets w1th all tbe other productions at sheds were built at tb soutH end of the to-In\ 'befo1e most bare pretense that ever w:U asserted on' this ihe money point. It is converted into t e bread and steamships were though,t of, and wlien lll was floor. meat and clothing of six hundred thousand lab<:>rers discharged (rom sailing -ships on the '1\uay iii Now, sir, I ask the Seuate under these circumstances who are this day engaged in its production. front of the doors of the warehouse. All this 1s now to strike out this second sec:tion of the bill, which in We should remember tbat a tax on tobacco operates t:hanged. The cJb'ICc now arri'::es in steamers at the creases tpe already monstrous tax upon one of the as a tax on the land, the labor, and expenses employed nd of the town, and has then to be carted along agricultural products of the country. in the production. Inc1ease the pressure of taxation, the docks for miles, at vast t9 the wretched.... Senator Bayard then took the floor and after dwelling a.n\1 it may not be long before there is an exodus of and most unsuitable o l d sheds at the south end. There on the finances of tbe !=Ountry generally said: laborers from the tobacco fields. In behalf of the Conis at tbe present moment stored in this old warehouse In regard to tobacco, the same applies. It stitution of the U:nited States; in behalf of six hundred about 3o,ooo,ooo of tobacco, the duty on which ha s been stated upon this fluor that the tax upon thousand laborers; in behalf of the labor ar.d resources will amount to about ,75o,ooo. Surely an article rep runs from 100 to 400 per cent. ad valorem upon of the States; in of the harmony '!f resenting this large national revenue is entitled to re the agncultural product which is made the subject of all our mdustnes, I protest agamst the passage of th1s ceive fair consideration, and this, I contend, tobacco this enormous tax. You draw $33,ooo coo from a bill. I against the Government installing itself does not receive at the hand of your board. What the single agricultural and yet you' propose to landlord the to exact a rent-charge manufacturers me to ask is that your board pack burdens upon Lt. Why, Senators, this is nfll from the toibng laborer. may be induced to prov ide suitab:e modern warehouse safe. It ts 1WI reasonable. It is not, in my opinion, the accmnmodatbn at the north end of the town, and to tax sound judicious estimate of the capacity of these two GooD Nws FROM W ASHINGTON.-The "call" for tobacco in the form of rental to a it extent that will in" BRIGHTENING" TOBACcommodities to your chief load of taxation, even did the bonds by the Secretary of the Treasury is thus insure to the board a fair interest on the cost of a suitable co.-On the 18th ult. at exigencies of the country require it, which I do not telligently explained by a cotemporary : "The Secretary warehouse other words, the trade, through me. be& Richmond, Va., the case of admit; for, as was said by my friend from Ohio upon my of the Treasury to-day issued a eall for $5,936,:z5o to submit that Mersey Docks a!ldl Board, havin&: Charles Manly vs. Otto' W. right [MR. THURMAN], last night, I think, in discussing registered, and $24,o63,7 so coupon bonds, issued under the monopoly for the storage of tobacco in Liverpool. Hahn and othtrs was before this bill, you are beginning at the wrong end. It iS not the act of Feb. 25, 1862. 'The grand total of this call is do not perform the dyties which accompany this mo.nop T udge Hughes In the united retrenchment ; it is si.!nplv an increase of taxation at to provide for the deficiency in .tbe sil)king oly; a.nd that if the board decline to take any steps ill States Circuit C6urt. This a time when retrenchment on every score is peculiarly fund. The registered bonds which the Secretary has the way of granting improved accommodation, they was upon an appl](;ati'"on Of demanded. called are held chiefly in t4is country. Of the cou on ought in fairness to abandon this monopoly and cease Manly fr>r an inju ction to After further discussion the ammendment was rejected bonds there is at present a lqer ,tnonnt ere to" wat:ebouse tobacco. In this ev ent competition would. restrain Hahn fro1D using a -yeas, 25; 31. than for many yeau pout, incouequence of heavy im no doubt, secure to the trade all that thy require.-I certain process wbi-el\ !llove to llllleftd the bill by rtations of beads from Europe early in the year, when have the honor to be, gentlemen, yourobedient plainant Claims to liavein-strikmgt l YtiiO ew-Yodt ...,_ higber \flaa THOMAS CoPE,LordNelsonStreet,Liverpool,Jen:_ :z7, vented; 'fOr to line of tb.e second page, and tli :f3Td tine t.ondon and the lril impossible to arnve at 1875-The above is-printed adil bacco by the use of sulphuron the thJrCil page. the exact amount of the 186:z coupon bonds in this dorsed by the Liverpool Cou1ier. ___ .";:

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.. I 'I'HE TOBA .. CCO LEAF 17. Tobacco .Lda.nufacturers. Lice>rlce, Brokers. MISCELLAlfEOUS. .!UISCELLANEOUS. v & eo., .. JOHN ANDERSON It, CO. liANUFA<..-rURERS OF THE JACO LICORICE PASTE. EUIEIIE BOREMSKJ, TOBACCO BROKER, THOMAS HOYT CO., I Fine Cut and SMDKn''' ToBAccos & SNurr, Ol1f1 FillANDI CH!WINO a ID'SNYSIDE, HEARTS' DELIGHT, JlfATIONAL, BRIGHT OWEN, IXTRA CAVENDISH. SOLACB m mJ1 TOBACCOS 114and 116 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YOit.K, Be;r to direct the atteatloa ol the J>ealen lo U>.roua'hollt the UDiteat a rivaL o.dM8 foQrvded throap tile uul clwmela will aoet wllli -tloa. 30., .... cACo ... AU. G&ADUOI' aewtat. .-m.okiu\J. ad fkaallatl4 HARVEST" '1 SURPRISE IN FOIL f06 PearlS&... New York Cm. IVANHOE .JOLLY BOYS SMOKifo!Q. ?!CW.U WI cys. 0 HOYT 176 178 Fim St.. Brooklyn, E. a. C JOHN F. FLAOO. lSAAC m e c4 fj H 'lilt' ._ e A ..dl 1>t -t fzl 0 -. tj k tl= I' Ill .. 5 ...,....FB.,.NCIS S. KINNEY, MANUFACTURER OF ,Kinney Brotllen;'' Celebrated Ruman c ICARETTES AND FllfE TOBAOOOB, WEST BBO...tDW' ...tY, KEW YORK CITY. DEPOT & AGENOY 0! the Manufacture of SMOKING TOBACCO. .AWD........,I ..... ,. PINg 7'1>6...,.,.,, ..... g ..... g FW ..... cl;o. XANUJ'ACTORY AND SALDROO'K, CORNEl Of AVENUE D AND TENTH STIEET; t.lew York WALLIS & 00. I:XTRA. Tobaeco mantiacturers and the tra.de in gnneral are particularly ex amine Md test the supenor properties of this LICORICE, which, being now '>rought to the highest perfection, is ctt.tdd uader the above style of brand. We ere also SOLE AG:lilNTS for the S". G.&. G. 0. Aclwowledged by to be. the best in the market:' And fOI' the brand ol Licorice Stick llfOIIL .. &. 00., !n all respects equsl to CALABRL We ha"e no Asents. Consltmers an4 J obbera would do well tb apply direct. Licorice Root, 118lect and ordiDaf7, colllltutlJ n hand. IIJIIZ & IRGUIIBIU. ::1 & 31 SMITH W:Uill STREET AND ALL SPECIALTIES FOR TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. R.HILLIER'S SONS & OFFICE. (JAR 143 WATER STREET, NEW YORK 'JOHN CATTUS. TOBACCO BROKER 187 Pear11 Street, NEW YORK. CHAS. E. & BRO. TUBACCI BBDIIIS. 131 Water Street, au.. E. .. H. W.l'locller. NEW YORk-. J. 8. CANS & SON, TO:BACCO :BIOEIIS, :M:. Rader & Son, TOBACCO BROKERS, 133 PEAiL STUE'l', NEW YORK. f>OWD1UlED LtQUORtC! .. R 0 v B R ., FINKST QUALITY. Smoking Tobacco, flanufaotured at P"gllkeepsle, New-York G. W. GAIL & AX, BALTIMORE, J. SOH:M:I'l'T, Jr. TOBACCO BBOIEB, AT 120 PIABL S'1'AII'.I:, OW YORX. WEIS"' ELLER. & KAEPPEL1 A8eDta WALMTANEURFABREPiERCE GITFHRD, MIERIAN & INNIS 1110 18SI Water st., NEW YORK. UTICA, II. Y, ..n.nr Thia Brand of Smoking Is u darlr. colored aod u 66-67 NIWT 'U'Ulo). thoroughly cure4 as Havana, .MRS. 8. B. MILLER & Co.;. f TOBACCO BAGGING I 97 Columbia Street, IMITATION SPANISH LINEN, F..&l\TOY STRI.ES, NEW YOBK, And aiiWfdo of Goods used r ... .,..tuul' up Smolr.-ILUIVPA.tTV&aas OF THa.. CKLDRATBD iorTobaoco. Also, ._eompleto aasortment Of )Irs. G. B. Miller & Co. Chewing and Smoking Smokers' Artlolea for the Trade. Tobacco, the only Genuine American Gentle HOWAlD SliGER & CO., JDan Snuff; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Maccaboy 10fl; &: 107 CHAMBERS 1ST., and Scotch Snuff; A. H. Mickle & Sons' Forest NEW YORK Jlose and Grape Tobacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller a Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing Toba<:co. B., ZELLEJIEA. ..... All orders prom .P.IIy executed. MANUFACTURER Ol' ALL KINDS el' CO., ToB'Acco iiAGs, 111 CIGARS, ) Orders ne>;ce I L.__ SNUFF, PIPES, etc., IT a4 8ROID STREET, JIEWARI Ciiar Manufacturers .DDIIIC.&.LDWELLR .J. Wangler & Hahn, AGENCY AND DEPOT OF MANVPACTV .. as oP NO BOX MOULD, A. SHACK. aYCAMORE FOR SALE, Suitable for Tobacce Boxes and Caddies, moB ACCO B ROKEB 1QO.OOO to soo,ooo ft. -Inch and 5, sawed to widths, dl'f J 8 ami seasoned, aa4 at a low figure. N .B.-consumers ca.n order t,ooo ft. or more. as a sample. LONG IsLAND SAw AND PLA!UNG MtLLS, coR. BoND AND THIRD N.Y. Oillcea New":ork. iH' Pearl a.u4 126 Jla!4BI1 Laue PEASE & POlLLOU. No. 129 Maiden Lane, NEW YORK. G-:EIOB..G-::&1 El. SOLE AGENT FOR J. P. SARRAZIN'S LOUISIANA PERIQUE SMOKING TOBACCO Also, Perique Tobacco in Ca:rrottes, t.:) wATER STREET, NEW YORK. ETROPOLIT.AN CIWIAIAFWBY 280 Chatham Square, SOL IAIUFACTUIERS en .0 I Q !i DiflllLA :!f Cl Ill )C I !5 0 I z .. -. l J" > ... I;; _, Q .... P' -43 Liberty Street, opposite Post Office, ::Da'OB TZBS 0.... SKO'B'EBS .t.B. TICL:II:S, DEALERS IN __I.Q_BACCO, SECARS, SNUFFS, &c. BBI.IAIIOII OICJAB. I'AOTOB.1r FOSTER, HILSQN & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS 7S Chambers Su-Ht 3 DOORS W&S'l' OF BROADWAY, NEW 'YORK. F. W. FELGlfER. & SOX'S, to Fine Segars, BIPPENREIMER & MAURER, ;:E'raodoal. :J:.J;tJaosraph.er. E. M. FOSTER.. EDWARD HH.SON. RUDOLPH WYMAN. F. H. BISCHDFrS BILTIIORE .TOBACJCOS with Fr. ENGELBACH, 21 Bath .A.n., nw tau NO. 290 & 292 BOWERY, NEW. YORK. EDWARD A. SMITH, MANUFACTURER OF B PID.e S8&ars,. UCHNER, Succes10r to RoBITCHECK: & TAUSSIG, .... II .... -.....o7AO'l'VlUIB. 011' Ill-CUT CBIWIIG YORK. AND SMOKING .. OBACOO AND CIGARS, ILACCU .. EN C T E R S, lYJADDlJX BROTHERS; (!i;iga.t, IO'batcO' aud. oFFicE, 111 PEARL sTREET.. ClOI!flll'.urrLY ON "AND AND :!fEW DE81GlC8 'IILlDE TO .,.Dii:R. 11w 101 .. c1n Zll a.u4 M HOITB WILLW1 S'I'Ul!l'J, DW TO:U. A .Ag4mt8 /tw the folknln'"fl Celebrated BratlfU of Lewl .... as.' Look-out Jl'lounders. Le-IIM4ax' Look-out Double thick Fours. Le-llladdw.x'o Look-out Double-thlclr. Sleot .... B ... ,....411 1'octea Pleceo; ... oweq, i;'&iof ao:, .. IMEW YORK. \ AND I Dealer Baed Leaf' Tobacco, 171 St. & 78 Pine St.,NEw YORK CITY: HERBST & VAN RAMDOHR, Havana Seed Leaf T .OBACC. Q S, I8g !'EARL STREET, NEW YORE. LBBlt.AL ADV IIADB OM CONSIGNKJ:tft'S. PateRted Aprilood and AHiUSt nth, 1862: llay 4th x96c); and Ju):.y x8tb, rS,r. For which lint Premlumo have been awarded at the American Institute, IS, I, t872i Georak State Fair, 186q; Virgini a State tralr, South Carolina State Fair, 16170; Prospect Park Falr, BrooklJn, L.I., !870 N B.-Sho1w Cases of every description constantly on hand, and r eady for shipping to any part of Unite d States and CaMdal. All sales warranted as repre 133 Chatham St., cor. of Pearl, NEW YORK. ECKM EYER & CO., Sole Agenta for the uLA FEBM'E" IISSIAI 48 and 48 New Sts. .... roaa. ........ ...


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