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 \ VOL XI.--NO. 6. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, M.l\ROH 24, 1875._ WHOLE NO 526 lht l;obatto IS PUBUSHED 11VDY W'm>NESDAY :U:Obmrll 11' Til TOBACC(l LEAf'' PUBLISHING 00, ', hUon St., New York ... Jtu;;. .#.11 Le\tero a.hou14 be pliLIDJ.y ':cfd=:r. "ftl IOUCCO Ltil" PnlJIIIIBI CO. Terms of the Paper : StRCU CoPia&, Jo CwTS Otra v .. AJI, -.. ... P. .. X MOHTHS1 JO MONTHS, -J O! 1iiF' tbat the cost to the yearl1 or oathl7 -ocriber fu" Eipt C!J"' Jrr ... ANNUAL SUI!SClUPTIONS ABROAD. GaaAT URITAIK AND CANA!tJ\,. -! 04 ....... HA ... U'JI{; AlfD Til& COMTJW-T, ol .AUSTIU.UA, ftc'., VJA ENGLAND, .. :II c.;,-: c.-d;.,. the .,;per 1a11!.: by the correspondiq amoDDt. ellemi.U&Dcea abouklt jn f!W'ry_ iostaace, be -..de 1ty cbcck or draft:. BUb are llab)e to be etolen, and c.an only be aent at the arateat ,rilk to ...., .-ler. TK& ToBACCO LIIAP COIIIJIIeDI:U it.lf to e\'ety oae tn any war, intere-.cd if\ tot acctO, eitlaer u manu acturer m-dealer. Jt aiYni aaoual-bameue &IDf)GDt of infOf'IDAtlO.e ft' a weed," and tbll& contltut"" ..., .. that has lonfJ .tnce been recoaab:ed u .taodlngatthe head ofepecial trade publlcaUoae. Jts market rerorte are full and ex)Jauative, and come from everJ quarter ot lhi! glo!e where IIObacco l11old. liF' Jt II the ONLY weekly pablle&tioll eJteD abe\y to 1 -(Fw A.wrluir .Pap ] &UBINISS Bl&left&Y 01 ADVIIT1.81BS :NEW YORK. Tob4tto ,..,,;,*"' A(IINW W. It Sooo, .1 aad 116 Frool street Aa.,.. &: Debla, JljO'Peul. Alleo julian, 172 Water. Appleby A Helme, 133 Walet'. .&aerba<:b a .MeDCienoa, 131 lit Watp. Barnett &: Mack 163 lV'ater. Berliner JuHu, 203 Pearl. Blakemore Mayo &:. Co., 6o Broad. Bowne & Frith, 7 Bvrling Slip Brocl M., rJt Maiden Lane. Bulkley, Moore & Co.,J4 Front. Cardozo A. H. 66 l:troa Crawford E .M. r68 Water. Dohan, Carroll .1\: Co. 104 Front. DuBola Eurene, 75 Frnnt Baprt. Wm. &. Co., '''Pearl. Eaftlbach, F. 11 Sl .. b Av Flllk G. & Bro., 171: Water. Fatman & Co., 70 ud ,a J'oz. Dills & Co., ta Wator. Frieod E. &: G .!it o...o., 129 Maiden Lan ... Garclhier.J. M. &Yo., S. Front. Guth D. ., Soa & Co., 44 Broad. c-rt J, L. 6 Bro., t6o Water Genllel L. It Ilro., 86 Malden Lane. O..thrie a. r ..... ., Froot. H-"tlraer t. I< co., Wa..,... Hawea, Ctae. a., u9 Maiden Lane. Herbal a Van RIIDldohr, i'oari. HUlmu. G. W. &: Co., 8o Front. Hoffman Emanuel & Son, 49 Water K&U Ill l:o., 179 Pearl KIDniC1lt Thomu. 51 Bruad. & Sabert, 3 Bowery. -K.re:oelbei'J6 eo Pear). t.acbeolmiCb & Bo., w Wat.o.T Lam 'tte A. 0., na Pearl. Lederer a Fltcbel, Jl! Pearl l.ein N. H., 162 Pearl. .,; llcFall & HOK'Jn, 33 Murray. Maltlaad Robert L. & Co .. 43 Broad. .._.a J--"'Water. Mayer J-.,epb, Soaa, xu Water. Meyer A. 0. L & 0., 43 Beafer. Oatman Ala, s66 WatoJ. Oppenbeimu, M. & Bretllet', 138 Water. Ottinger llrotbero 41 Broad St. Palmet 170 W..ter. Prlee Wm. M. & Co., 1>9 MaidtD U..O. l P. It Co.,J'!, Broad. 01 ao-wald, &.l!Bro .. Water. SaiomUD S. J9l Pearl. Sawy .. Wallace 1r Co., 47 BroacL Scbmllt J. & Co., sb Water. Schreed.er & Bon, 178 Water. &: JCoc:.!r, 14' Pearl. Scll.ubart H. & CO.,'"' Water Spencer, Bros. & Co., 15 Maiden IA.ae SjJinpna, B. & Co., 5 BurRog SIIJI. Spluner C. H. 134 Water Stein 4lo Co.1 ''' Daane. Stni\OD & '9' PUll!. Stroh & Reluenoteia, r76 Front. Slll&t>aciler & He61laDa. U W..ldea LiiDO. T ... Charleo F. a Sou, Frooo>. Taqeohont F. W. Ql B.-I. Tbom-}ooeph 6 Co., 83 {root Upmann, Carl, Pearl. w rlifbt. w. Co., .H Broacl. Ewe'H. 148 Water. CliMissitJ M6"rt'luantr. Reyaa B...U.en a: Co., 45 41 EltcbaJre Place ..BII}IW tJj TtJIJtu". 1 a-a G / 55 Br1Mr1 Borerraaky, E., 143 Water Cattua jobo. Uf Pearl. llocber Chaa. E. It ilro. 3' W aler Flscber, i"rederick, 4.1 Hroad Gans, ]. S. Son, 86 Wall. JC.aJmu )II. 131 M.Weo Lane ltelland,l.:,. a68 Water. UD&rleto li" ., 54 Brt>ad Rader Ill. Soa, 133 P-.rl. Manfatturtrl of Bri ar P;pn j lJrkrl OJ 1-..athal B. I< Oo., JU Weot Third. -' ArdcleL -; Wetl, Kaba a Co., 134 Maia. Demota Wm. & Co., so a Broadway Zlnsr Jacob lr Bro., x8 East Second. lporltrl of Licrihc Pu. MLtal Cigor Mtiulds. Qjlf'ord, Sherman &-Jnnie, W'IHtam. ScRwill ,!t Dabnd, 1166:A. Welt Se.cood. GomezAAf(Uimbau,l9 ll:,3r8. Willi-CJ,ABK8VILLE, Te-. KcAnd.rew jamee 0., !IS Water U,}.6.cco .BroMn. Weaver &terry, 04 Cedar. Clark, )[. B .t Ike. Ma11zifcturer'1 ...4r iclM. QAJIJl.L.E V SclllelfeiiD W. H. oli Co., 170 1111d J70 William. Colllimoa JlllfTi]'j110r':.' HaMna Cigar Flwr. Pemberton 1; Penn J'rieo Alex. I!: 16 Collell8 l'lace .Uaf Tolo.u;co Deakrs. 6/'Pti'INIIrHl SLd J LHilller'a R. Sou It Co., 'S Cedu. -ppar 0 -M &: Co Weaver&Sterry, .. (;edar DA.YTO:N 0 11 f-JfiiU-1:'111 a;d s,.,Rir Sl UIJ/ o6Mto r.,.,,.,.. lba&<#o Renttel_l. & Co. U7 & 1t9 Water. Cot&erill, & Co., 113 E. Second. Fhlke 155 Pau' CtdUr. Linde J'. o Co, Water. Hogleo & P-e, Third i;it. and Cu&l. T.Hard .N. a: Co 'state HowardJ. Sanrer & Co., 105 107 \.I D&mben -ree.. ,50 State. Tcco uN/1. Loodoo & Bidwell, u6 aod ,.8 !!tate. Tho Oo., p 4t 14 V-y PoaOft H.ll: Z. K. 4D It 40 Karket Maurer 11 Salomon& DeLeeuw, 6 Asylum c;g..--BoJt L.l>Itate. Tob4tco Sulig .,.,,,, Westphal Wm., n8 State. ZloMerW. a: co., ,97 WUIIam. &rtl Leaf To/Jam Inrptctum. Hurlbvrt B. F. 150 Stale of KintU)I Bros. Ru11i Cir"'"' BOPKIJrSVILLE, lt !Utm<7 F. S. w .. t Broadwq. lJnMrs. Cicar M.Jtb. M. H. & Bro. Jacoloy S .t Co., "'9 Pearl. DfJti.&X.&POLIS lad strap& and OuttMw, Germao c;,., M,.Jtf<, Ma11ujaaurers of Fi1W-Cut nti Brown, A. & F. 57,:61 S111ol:ing TollllCCO. Edcluo H W., >53 Solltb. a: Co., cor M.laoloolppl and Pearl. l.obensteln It Gaos, 101 Maiden Lane. M,.,./dctr .. -.s /. t/u U.S. SUlds. Dlraier ;,. Letlf TofNuco. Borgfeldt 1<1. ld. Harlem R. R. White Schuberth, <;:.G. Maouf(l(/u,trs of Mtal Cicar Moui.U and SJtapm. Smytl J.....,, Terwllli& & Lockwood, 54 Maiden Lane LOVDYILLI:, &;r. MMJio Tob4t. B"l' TobN South Gay .oil PADUCAH, JU,. Wenck E. E ., 46 and 48 South Charle. To6aoc Brohr. Wischmeyer Ed. & Oo. 30 Sovth Calvert Cl:ut, 1\{. H. & llro. ToJ>am PHILA.DEJ:.PBIA. Gitske A: Niemann, 78 South Charles: Tobauo 1Yardo111t1 Holfman, Lee It Co., '3 EzclwJge Plaoe. Aoathao M. & Co., too North Third Manll{lltflire,.., 1tc. Bamhfotrpr 1;-. a Co. 5 Nortb Water. Mnburr Brothers, to 149 S. Cbarlea St. Bremer Lewte, Sons, 3:.13 14orth l"b.ird. Wilkens H.&: Co., 181 Vlest PralL Dobanlr. Taitt, 107 Arch. of Snti-Lta{ Tr.bto, Fodwards, G. W. ll Co., 6o North Front. Becker Brothers, 98 Lombard. Eiaenlohr Wm. a Co., us South Water. Dtalwell M. E. IJJ Co., 39 Nortb d .r. tit Randall, 2!19 Market tJ Cign San I ltlualdo A Co" 32 Nortb -.valer. l(urlott G. H. 11. German. 8cba.1dt & .deil, _531 &:wnd. Snuff Sarver, Grae{ II Q;o.oK, 'OS Starr R. & Co. South Calver Btelner, Bmlth Bros. &: Koecbt, Race. Tobacco tmd Cigar Laotls. Ten .. Brothera, u7 North Tblrd. I NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY,MARCH 24, 1875. IIEW IDVERTISEIEIITS THIS WEEK. 1 FJFrH PAGI!:. William & Co.; IIJ!PI'rten of Havau ud Dealero lo Seed Leaf Tobacco; Pearl aud ,a Pme Streevs. EIGHTH PAGE.. Tobacco Company J Maallfactarers of Plug Tobacco; 1oa Price, $4.00: By Mail, I "THE PUB.CO., 1 142 Paltoa SU.et, :N'.' "Y. To tlie Trade iD other Cities. I The following firms have kindly consented to act as our agents for the sale of the Directory in the cities named. Ordet'.l left with them will be filled at the rate of Four Dollars per copy: BALTU101l8. ED. WISCHMEYER Ill CO., C_..._on Merchants nd Ia Tobacco a111d Olaan, 39 Soath Cal"'rt. CRJG.A.90 ADAMS & LWJS, Tobacco Mauobdurer&' A1ents, 8 Late Street.. ()Jlf()Jltlf.A. TJ, R. MAL LAY .t BRO., Wholeoale Dealen iD Leaf Tobaeco, ll5 aod n7 Welt Front Street. I D.A.JIIVJLLB, y A .PUII.bHloa Ia Peufl_, Tobacco Commt..tocr erchantll. 8URRAJ(1 lf, (), ]. R. :Morris, Editor "North Carolina Tobacco Leaf and Cottoa Plant." i.ouJIJYILLE, JUNGBLUTH & CO., General Commiuloo l(erclw>ta aod Brohrs ID Leaf 33 Third Street. LYNCHBtrRG, YA. Now!ins, Youn&er & Co., 'foba. cco Commission Merchnt&. PHJL.A.DELPRJA..1 WM. & CO.; Packero and Dealero in Leaf Tohacco; n5 South Water Street. PI'I'T.BtJRGR. MAUL & GR@TE, Wholesale Dealers In Haval'l' and Domestic Leal Tobacco, 374 Penn Ave. B.JCRII0l'0)1 Y .A.. R A. Mills, Tobacco Broker. ST. LOUJII, C .!t R DORMITZER & CO. Merehaoto and Dealen io Leaf!obacco, UJ aad 123 Market Stt"eet. I Ot1R PLATFORM: FOR 1875. Reyenue froin Tobacco to FRED'K DeB BY co., 41 & 43 WARREN STREET, NEW YORK. SOLE ACENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE EL PR.DVCIPE DE G.A.LES.CIGARS, Manufac:tured at the KEY WEST iffiANCFi gf the eelebrated El Princ:ipr de Gales Manufa.ctory of IIavUIIo .AND IMPORTERS OF HAVANA c. w ALI.EN. A;L_LBN.. BLLIS;-4. D. ELLIS F,ine-Cut CheWhig U, 13 "II; 15 VIllE STREET, ClliCDI'JI'.A.TI, OHIO. llraneh CM!ces &t t3 Bi..,er Street, ChicaQo, &Ill! B. W. Comer rnmt. 1114 Arah Biretta, l'bila4elp1Ua. D"or'ob1:;d .. q Trad.e ODJ.y 8olloi.Mc:L FACTORY. Ba. GAU'X-T-ZBUR., I KEI WElT AID IIPORTED GIOARS, 28 GeMr t!5t., . a6d ,._ MHlerllln. G. B. It Co. 97 Columbia Pioaecr Tobaa=co Company, 113 Front ..ftl for 11<, Rea A & Co. l3 LllrertJ Laopdnrf S., 1-tB Wate-r. Welu, Eller .!t Ka Sq. a 5 & 1 DoJer. Xaufmao llroo. & Bondy, 31 MaiJt Pacit!rs of Sud .Uti( Tobauo. Freebie A. M.. & Co., 43 N ortb Front Hawea, E. v. & SOn, 66 Watel. PJTTSJ111B.GH. Pa.i BROOKLYlf, lf. Y. To6aet:o c--ssio" M.,ckants. Ma,.wfadtl,.n-s 'f'ilticCtJ. a.. 0o. Flan John F', & Cp., 176 and ,7s Firat. Hemphill Wm. 143 First ave TohMco-C.rtil M,/Uo.ry, MtrnMfa[ the on the '3d tweoty-feur cents?" Second, "Did the 1saue have been since midnight of the :zq day of latttr"tax bill become a law on the :ad inst. ?", Third, March, even if the goods hve been sold and delivered, "IS it 'meant that tobacco 1old and shipped shall pay they must be reported to the CollectoJ, in order that the four _cents In reply to theae several inma;y be assessed. Were it a malter of quiries, I have to state that according to a certified mere policy, or a mattet depending entirely upon my copy ; received ftom the 'State Departt;Dent, ltbe act own volition, 1 be atrongly inclined to relieve the entidea, "An ct to f.rtiler protect the Sinkia& Rulld Iilii manufacturers from tlu em!Jirrra.uf11#111s .in which they provide for the exigencies of the Government," s aphave placed themselves;, tluir effurls to anlicipale the OP' tbe JiJ of 1176-The illst 1Nimai whln ''"''" IMI t.Mir uJon tile ... -. --. 'Lhe following ruling by the er on cigarettes has a1so l een issued: I have to inform you that by the -second section o the act of_ March 3, 1875 the internal revenue tax on. t:igarettes weighing not exceeding three pounds per thousand was from $1.50 per 1,ooo to $r.X5 per J,doo ; \he increased rate to take effect on and after the passage of the ad. No additional impost or tariff duty was imro1ed by the fifth section of the said act of March 3 r875, upon cigarettes imported from foreign countries ; but by section 3,402 of the Revised Statuteli) it is provided that all cigars imported fro(ll foreign countries shall pay, in additioru to the duties im posed thereon the tax presc1ribed by ,law for cigars. manufactured in the. United St:ates, and sh all hr.ve tHe same (Cigarettes and cheroots 'lre held to be cigars under the Revised Statutes.) Under thqe provisions of' law it is held by this office th;at im.P,Ol'te.d cigars and (i5arettes -are liable to,the same rate of ta:t .as the la.w j!llposes on cigars and cigarettes manufactured in the United States ; ahd that sueft iJI-' creased rate of tax applies to all ciga1s and cig!fettes. imported or to be imported into the Unilect. Sqte, internal tax not having been paid by sJita&le=

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I 0 0 ,. 2 tf a advaflce, 11taQips affixed to the boxes containing tlae QIIle pnor 0 r-found that otl)ers !n our ranch were d..emana-. the 3d o(.Jibn:b, 187S wil e at gnats; bin sublequently DOMESnC. the .le 1ncreahj. and now we ,are zeqq So 111uch for the latest lings, which, it will be seeTI, N&"tt" YoRK, Nrtlr I87S the ..e. me.W......eiterates those or the aGdressed The week c an hardly be to have fulfilled the promSme1kin,rThe tradJ fn. 'lmoking tobacco bas to thr i nst. The arpments advaaeed io sup MftlftB. EDI'I'OBIA 1& ise predicable of appearances at the date of our preinto the norm al conditio!l Pl'eva11ing before the neW'ta x -U h vious isSI.Ie, sales in no branch of the tobacco trade rate was levied. Sales are now restricted in quaatity port ... new. Before examinilnc reca t e "OH l WoULD I A BoY AGAJN."-It is aa i d baviugexceeded the respective dlen repented, becau!IC the i nducement to make large purchases no poiats we ID&ke against the CcumfSii 1 oner s Ulterpleta that notbjng recalls to the mind of the married man the while m the several leaf departments they have been longer exists Higher prices, cc; miparatively full stocks, tion of the m of Man:b 3 : joys of his single life .so vividly as to that the baby somewhat less than they were at that time announced the dullness of trade, and the inclement First. The C0111111issiGner exceeded his powers by has been eating crackers in bed. The result is only wha t might have been exwhich makes transportation in the interior, whether of ruling that tbe act should take effect before it was pected could it have been foreseen that the rigors of merchandise or individuals, both uncertain and difficult, d b ANOTHE:tt SLAVE To THE HABIT.-ItJis. said that a winter succeed 1he slightly mojified atmospheric all at the present juncture to give business a :signed-viz.: at midnight on the 2 d t us caus. hale and hearty old veteran of the war of 1812, named conditions prevailing when our last weekly res u m ( of drooping aspect. improve.Jllent in the last ing a law to be interpreted which, It was ex John Williamson is the only survivor of that eventful busines s transactions was wrilten. Instead of the balmy named, the weather, y;ill alone effect a beneficial change pressly stipulated by framers 11111 be retroperiod now living in Somerset County, N.J. He is ninety airs and gen i al sun-rays of opening spring which i t was all 'f'ound 1 aetive. &ix years of age and an inveterate tobacco. .to anticipate i n the third week of March, we As with Cavendi sh tobacco the question of pri ces is 'It ba:ve had a lmost continuous cold and stormy weather, still a disputed one How, ob s erved a dealer are e charge tUt the CQI'Imiuoner was g ut Y W ooi>EN PIPES Sun T O AV6TltALIA.-By tbe the al t erations being anly of kind, and M t ofdegree, we to get four cents more per pound for our goods wht'II of bad fa ith permitt i ng hi s subordi nates to sell the Austr a l i an tariff a fixed duty of 6 s p e r gross h a s been and comprising rai n hail, sleet, snow and ice, a nd it has all along been hard to sell at the old rates?" The old stamps during tbe business : of March 3, impvse has "Undertaken to The ijiff orence in favor ollaet yeaJ! is appareatly number of borh r.lasses of manufacturers who have Co missioner. For any lou accruing {rom such reverse operations of trade, and i ncrease the reve hhds, t thi. disparity w ill be lessened by current reescaped this trouble by let Uncle Sam s stamps l I nue from tobacco by increasing the ta x on it. There ceipt s ween uo;v and tbe cloae of tile month. severely alone on March 3d In:porters report firm a :tioa the Commissioner ftd h is subordinates are Pam Y are quacks in politics as ell-as edicine, .and our Prices have con1inued firm throughout the week prices but moderate business. Buyers evince more re> bl8, H cipr public offices are full of them. t hroughout the various departments, though coritmon than the ordinary preference for old i mported stock, doibuaiaels of from e nauona Western lug& are, perhaps, a trifle easier than the" owing to the alleged imperfections in the new thus far ..., 't.l -L WH YTHRINCREASBDTAXDIDNOTAP P LYTOSPIRlT S 0 h' 1 .>-.: 1 fth ca...ital, to know that on lltlidni. g of .-. arwa 2 an act ere. n t 1s po nt a ucaler ouservec1 to us, "The received ; or some o e new t'"' h h d cesurv for UNl'IL AFTER MARC H 3D.-We hav e received from the Rlarket is unchanged. For good leaf the feeling is G old opened at JI63( and closed at u6; bad gone into operatiOn w tc rna e 1 .ne office of Intern"') Re"enue a c 'PY of a d "" M & S S b d h (. d a strong, whlle a direct offer for a large lot of eomrnon F o reign Exchange.- essn. n tern erger, hi.._ to pay an additional tax?. ?"the 3 mst e oun dressed by Commi s sioner Douglass to the Hon. Henry l ugs would be met by a small concession." Both of Bankers report as follows: The Exchange market rebis r stil to sell him the twenty cent and L. !)awes, explaining why and tobacco became which propositions rece1Te indirect corroboration from mains pretty quiet an. d steady, a.t rares favoring the .c.ve doll a stamp and his in e vitable ipference was that subject to the increued tax afteto midnight or the 2d the following remark by another dealer in speaking of bu l er. We quote :-Bankers, nommal rates 2re 48r and 11 .. If ... inat. and spiric'J after of the 3d. The comh All 1 6 d d dem,.nd sterling respecti 1 1 1 the ne w had QOt beea sigw:u. ever -e t e new crop: accounts show that the character of 485 for o ays an ..... ve y ; se od h h mun i cation, reaching us too late for this .issue, will the leaf offered at the Western breaks is verv inferior inoo rates 480 for 6o days, 484 for demand; Coma purchaser i n go .att e was one appear in our next ., ,. d 8L p B k d C There is nothing, comparatively, desirable offering mercia.!, 6o ays, 47 7"' an ers, 3 ays ..; our chal:&es, let 1;11 note the ommis there for either the home or foreign trade." To keep 5 r8.t:, 6o days, 522 3( ; Commerctal, 6o days I Th t be A CONVENII!:NT MEIERSCHAUM.-A cotempora:ry 7 k d G. r..:: 6 7 :Sio er's views in rep Y ese seem 0 : the price of old stock firm in the state oi supply Reichsmarks-Ban ers, 3 ays, ; o day s 11 d 't 1 h refates that u Mr. J. Miller, of the Westchester r / I. That the Commissioner was compe e o rue t at Su fli b of both old and new it was scarce)y necessary that the 93u;@93 7 4 County uogate's o ce was ustly writing at his desk, 7 0 M C ey & Yale F ht B k act too' e6ect on tile firat moment of March 3, be-'ld ed d latter soould turn out but indifferently golld : Fni,r!ltsar .' re1g ro ers, ,.,., ... n a Wl -ey s .tr&llfl:. r arme Wlth a roatv flint lock ,___ f ht follows L e 1 "" d d h S 1 h "' Wtsftrn continues in the same miserably dull report to"'"'co. s as : 1v rpoo ,l:'er steam., t wa si o ned on that ay, an t e upreme musket !ttea th1ly entenng t e room. On looking up, :J 1 L d t -caaae "' -ill h 1 f th condition which we ltave had so long to record1 the re30 s per sal, 30s on on, per s earn, 30s ; per sail, h U 'ted St._. .... deadld that when a Mr M er saw t e muzz eo e wet. pon ahnoet i n his 5 H .CQal't of t e nt .... p orted sales for the week being only u hhds, including 25s. Glasgow, per steam, 3 s. avre, per steam .Jr. fr .. th d face, and the wild.eyed visitor talt in!J a deliberate aim .,. t 5 B atue is to take cnect om 1 .. pJssage, e ay on one sale of Ioo good medium Clarksville leaf, at about 408. Antwerp, per s earn, 3 s remen, per steam .sLJ d-_. d at him. On tbe desk was the ease belonging to a H b steam 3os u..b: t:t..e act 1 s approYed is to oe lll'IOlU --.; an Ur h d h Th' M M'll I7C. taken for export. The remainder was also princi. 3 7s. 6d urg, per ..... ... "' sttalg t s.emrne meetsc aum pqre. 1s r. 1 er _.. a-o-1 .-tn therl!"bclDJ 80 fraction of a day, it has been deleveled at the lunatic, snapping it. The visitor dropped pally for export, part Africans for The home G.-. th<> the act relates to the fir!lt 111oment of the ay his muslaet. Tbe visitor proved to be ene Fisher, who trade does next to nothing. oro ... en' of .-!leat tobacco are cautlontd againot ....... p.,ag .CI ....,. 'f heft hu long been re---'ed as a haPm lesJ luDatic. His The prospect for next crop grows more gloomy under reported aaleo and ,u-tioaaof ed leaf u furaiohinr the pricea that .on which i.t is approved, and as 1 11 t ap-l!!t..... the long-continued wintery weather Very little seed bas should be obtained for t!lem at tint l:and, 08 theoe refer i n moot instance delusion is that !le is George Washington. I d II 1 f .... M I t old cropo ,which haTe been held nearly a Jear, and the pro6t on proved." been sown yet, prec u mg a lOpe o mucu ay P ant :hich must paturally indude the interest on capital inveoted. Growers II The purchasers of stamps on the 3d In st. should PROTEST oF THE ST. Lours TRADE.-A. St. Louis ing, and June is an uncertain month for the bulk of the c.oqnot expect even 111 cue of aew cropo, to sell them ,for the ume b ve remembered that a new tax bill was pendi.ng telegram reads:-" St. Louis, Mo., March :ir.-The crop to be pitched.k Sd priceo 08 are obtained on -ale Mnl: Ofb muot be 1 d h h of h h d l'st week week. 4tth week 5th week. Total. at an -vance, aad therefo. re tile pnce o taJ.ni&IN.C y "''W awt.wcn will ... at a"'y IDOIUDt become w an w IC to..-. ... v maau,aawrersC t 1 s c1tr_ ave proteste aaainst J 8 6 .... Which '"""' 't 1 uli i ,. anuarv -4 7 454 594 5 5 always L nmcwhat lowe man our GuotatiODJ. ooe p d _.. d the recent r ag of aommiSuoner DCMJgltss that tbe ., ""-mllSt in any event receive the res1 11g0ature au add'ti I f r da February 598 40:1 484 JIS r,8oo QUOTATIONS OF WHOLE!SALE PRICES. f M h he fi h 1 ona tax o .ourler cent. must te from the Jd M h become a law On the 3d day o arc at t urt est, d h d h ffi arc ----I35 373 :124 732 .w. eta. lOSt., an ave Orwar e a petltton to I at o cia) ask.. ,_u.., N. v. ,. c r t wato receive hia approwal at all-the 3d day ot inc him to reconsider his ruling They take the g;ound Virginia Ltaj-The reported sales of Virginia leaf :; .. ..... 8 @ro I87S being the last day of the existence of th that the bill imposing the additi onal four per. cent. did abmounted to bu.t thedpast Shippers have =.. w;..::!.:!cZ::;i:,-.;3: s x d th t tb fi th b M-t not become a.law until after business hours on the 3d een comparative y I e, manu acturers appear to nne::::::.:............ 9 @ u ............ Oo Forty-third an a ere. ore e>': ou,... th h ffi ld have needed nothing beyond a few smokers, which flelectlono .. ..... .... .. "" @016 1 B-n"aPil eo 8 7., .. 90 _.,... 1 mst., at I e revenue o cers so stampa under the 1 u m ,. ... t the r isk of bavin& a retroa-. ... ve ru UJg sprung upon were taken early in the week. The brief panial activity LiJ!dobt cudtuoug 1 .. 8r"..::.:: ado FOoo4lD do 92"""1 oo a old law aU that day ; that purchases of stamps were ,..,. tbem subsequently by tbe Commissioner. made, effected, and contracts made Wider the old o( the latter should correspond:ngly hasten whatever r ... 1 Mil. Douwlass's reference to the ruling <;>f the Supreme regulationi, and that therefore the t;lecision of the Com demand they may have to make this spring eommooi..t .. ... ...... .,. ., d d b 1 d Seed Leaf-A moderate business only was done in lll&dlum leaf .... "...... '5 917 per 00 d C urt reada very .l earnedly an Ill ou t ess correct; IS retroact1ve an unJUSt. Oood .............. .. .. 7 Pouiod<.-JS;:,r. 0 b t th' t t le f seed leaf tobacco during the period under review. The r t ........................ '9 @ Exn-. line M '*H '- we ollld aak, w Y was no as a nc ru 0 m ,er shippi n g demand was again light, and the total reported ... .......... Floe ...... :::: : :::::::: lil 66 ....., r J d t J'k th t -'I.' AN UKFORTUNATX DECISION.-la everv aspect of the .. .. e d WD tabO n invoked 10r a m us r:e .. a 1 e a are lll-< 'J sales amounted to r,o8I cases, divided in variety and w"' per dara......... 8 @:oo "'" ................ 828 pre case Commissioner. Douglass' s that the tobacco briR h t.. .. .. o (g)6o Good................... 30 @40 .I'. ._ .. bJ the passage of the act in question ? Why ia f h price as follows : 3 u cases 1873 Connecticut wrappers H Stipplug Leaf .. .. t1 Oommc a ............. ... 1 6 @2o Section p I e new act went mto operation at midnight eavv sood 6 LIJi MediRm .................. 26 @2 8 oe ke th' .... ,. h h to h e bee the m st 1 1 f wrappers on private terms: IIO ca,ses 1873 Ohio, run com. 7"g 9 ................ 2i @ 2 i CommissiQDer mov"\1. rna 1 s r..wn& on t av 0 repugnan commoa sense 0 ning, at ur.o II ioo cases do do State at Io@II BI'ee"" .-Long10'o 30 @40 1.ts produced subseq11ent to of the 3d 10 h noteworthy fact in connection with it is the continued a mo ..... 6" .. 1 Na-.,., and G a .... .. .. 30 @35 .splr d h operation t at most t)!n.nnous enactment respecting confidence of holders cte'spite the prolon'"f'd apathy in Gseundd 88"'$29" @35. t nt spirits in warehouse or t;IStern room at ml 011! t tranient postage, rushed through Congress at the close "' oo y Brl 80fa the' 3 d 1'nstant are liabl .. to ...... at 70 (ln/s "'et ga _Uon ... busine98 circles. M edium................ llht Gold Bare. 8 inch 45 80 ..,. r of the sesswn .or the express benefit of Adams Expn:ss ld be GOod to llno r e d ......... 0 & Beod,r ......... to @lit 1)-lv." Co. Had Jewell followed the example of Comml's-The dull winter has not, it wou seem, en 8lltirely Fancy ... -....... s tllao c... -., without i nftuence upon the views of holders in the Upper c ounU'J ........ 7 @as NOF .E'butler t t e1-r P.O C'/. or IS.own Filion .................. 7 ft 8 Obe!ooleud 81xea .... 10 t0@12 oo h b 1 not let go his arm. Kleinknecht took nim by his collar character meet with ready sale he sales for the week ltunai,PI Lot. ........... ""@ u s-ff-M..,..,boy ...... 86@-IKI had at the time of penmrig t e a ove IDes, d 1 d h' t d th d I h' h Stil fi were about ,c __ bales. At the risk of being thou .ght Select., I2 do; Pollard, Pettus & Co., I7 do; D. J. Garth,,Son & Co., 3 do; P. LoriJ. lard & Co. z do; S. E Thompson, 2 do; 160 do, IJ cases. BY THE HupsoN RIVKR RAILRoAD-S. E. Tbompaoo 8 hhds; C H: Spitzner, 40 cases; J. S. Gans &; Soa, 44 do ; H Schubart & Co., 123 do ; Bunzl & Dormit zer, 44 do ; "wm. Eggert & Co., 35 do ; order, 10 hhds, I63 cases. BY THE NATIONAL LINE-Pollard, Pettus & Co. 36 hhds ; Tbos. Hoyt & Co., 6 do ; Rlakemore Mayo & Co., 2 do ; S E. Thompson, 4 do; order, 6o do. BY THE PE;<;NSYLVANIA RAILROAD-A. S. Rosenbaum & Co., 43 cases; J. S. Gans & Son, 38 do; Havemey ers & Vi&elius, 97 do ; order, 135 do. Bv THE NEw Y oitK AND l'U:w HAvEN STEAMBOAT LllfB -Joseph Mayer's Sons, 41 cases; Spencer Brothers & Co 8 do ; A. L. & C L. Holt, 3 do; Palmer & Sco v lle, I06 d&; Bunzl & Dor:mitzer, 64 do; E wald & B;Dther, 3 do; E. Hoffman & Son, 30 do ; Hermann Koop & Co., s8 do; G Falk & Brother, 6 I do; M. Westhaim & Co., 75 do ; L. & E. Wertheimer, 65 do; M. Abeuheim & Co., 6 do; S Cohn & Co. 40 _do; Schroeder & Bon, I9 do; I Eppinger & Co., 20 do; W m Eggert & Co., 2 do, s bales .. BY THE NEw YoRK AND HARTI'OR!I STEAMBOAT LINE-H. Selling, easel) ; Fox, Dilla & Co., 10 do; E. Rosenwald & Brother 1 do; .Chas. F Tag & Son, 24 do; Levv & Neugass, 5 do; E. Hoffman & Son, 76 do; L.' Gershel & Brother, 7 do; A. Stein & Co., 4 do; A. S. Rosenbaum & Co., so do; H. Scttubart & Co., 92 do. BY THE OLD DoMINION Sn:AMSHil' LINE.-P. Lorillard & Co 2 hhds, I8 trcs; J. P. Quin & Co., s do, II do; W 0. Smith & Co., 24 do, 40 do, 12 cases mfd, 200 thrPe qtr bxs do; M. M Welzhofer, IS cs smkg, 33 caddies mfd, s qtr bxs do, 4 eighth bxs do; Bulkley, Moore & Co I7 cs mfd, 70 hlf bxs dat, IS third bxs do; Dohan, Carroll & Co 46 r e ighth bx do; J.D. Keilly Jr. 6o cs mfd, 8 6 threeqtr bxs do; J D. Evans & Co: 2 cs mfd, so three-qtr bxs do; E. DuBois, so kegs mfd, 100 thrt:eqtr bxs do; Martin & Johnson, ro3 cs smkg ; Bowne & Frith 40 do; S. Langsdorf, do; H K. Thurber & Co ., 3 do; Allen & Co., 5 do; A. Hen & Co 5 do; H. A l<.ichey, 40 hlf bxs mfd; G. W Hillman &: Co., 1 14 bxs do ; e>rder, 53 hhds, 2 trcs, 4' cues smkg. BY THE NoRTH RIVER BoATs.-F. W. Tatgenhorst, 8 hhds ; Pettus & Co., 13 do; E. M. Wright & 1 Co. IO do; S E Thompson, 1:3 do; order, u do. CoAsTWISE FROM 'BALTIMORB.-March, Price & Co: 353 pkgs; order, .57 uo. CoASTWISE FROM KEY WES T .-Per steamer City of Wpco: Seidenberg & Co., 38 cases cigara; Fred'k de Bary & Co., I9 do; H. Gaullic:ur, 3 do; V. Martiaez Ybor & Co I6 bales Per steamer City of Attstin : Frecl'k de Bary & Co. 76 cases cigars; Seiden berg & Co., so; H Gaullieur, 37 do ; McFall & Hogan, 4 do ; V artinez Ybor & Co., 17 bales scraps. Bv THE NEW YoRK AND NEw HAVEN RAILRO.AD.Lederer & Flscl:el, 4 5 cases BALTH.10RE, Marclr zo.-Mlessrs. Edward Wisch meyer & Co., Tobacco Comn1ission Merchants, report:The market for Lt.af Tobacco of all deacriptions con tinues strong but inactive, and no sales have been effected wonhy of special note, except some small lots to manufacturers. Receipt$ are increasing, especiallx of Marvlands,inspections t!::is week footing up nearly 700 hhds. -No change in prioes, and we quote as before;Maryland, common frosted, fo .. so@7.5o; do souad common, 7-so@g.oo ; do medium, 3.so@9So ; do good do, '9.oo@1o oo ; do leafy browo, ro.oo@13 oo; do bright red to yellow, I4. oo@18.oo. Upper Mary land, tips, 7.00@9.00; do brown to red, IO.oo@u.oo; do yellow spangled, r:z. oo@15.oo; do extra do, 16.oo @18.oo; do fancy, Ohio, frosted, 7 oo@ 7 So: do inferior to good common, ?So@8.5o; do and brown 8.soSo; do medtum and leafy brow n, do medium to fine req, 9@}5; do common to medium spangled, 9.oo@u.oo; do fine spangled to yello1!1', 13.00@3o oo. Kentucky, common to good lugs, Io.oo@u.oo; do heavy styles do, 11.5o@ u.so; low to medium leaf, 13.oo@15.oo; do good to fine do, 16.oo@19 oo; do selections, Virginia, common to good lugs, 9So@u.oo; do com mon to medium leaf, ro.so.oo; do good to fine do, So@i8.eo ; do selections, 20.00@25.00; do and primings, 4So@7.oo. Inspected this week 506 hbds Marylanu ; 105 hhds Ohio; 57 hhd.s Virginia; 2 Virginia stems, total, 67o hhds. Cleared same penod: .per steamer NovtJ Sc11tia to Liverpool 48 hhds, to Halifax 8 hhds; also 6 hhds ta Demerara, I hhd and 1 bale to West Indies, 65 cases seed leaf to St. Johns, P. R. ... Tobaceo Stalmunl. Stock on hand in State warehouses, Jan. r, 187S-----,..---. --. 14,627 'd goods then manufactured o the.Jd inst. He 'bl S .11 N,., y.,.,. st.t-crorl'tP>TI atidii7Jl w. s. .. .................. u co ... 1 lf. d d impc;>rtation.-Willia!D Sturm and Greoy were for our market. But the pnce IS tern e! 11 I Rua11l o1 Lota ... ....... 9 On -G. 11......... ............. 211 ,.peaks of their" em ban assmenta at.se 1 mpose an before United States CommlJS 1oner Shields bought it, and will only buy good goods, no what IMPORTS. ---. __ : makt;s the e:itraordi A ary that the 3d of M:ar.ch on a charge of having a of cigars; they may cost. This is the only safe way th1s year. The arrivals at port' of New ork foreign I 1 ,86 3 bhda Deduct loss by fire Jan. 6-contents of warehouses Nos. 1 and z ..... ---2,764 hhds ".:.a last day of the ex1st .ence of the Forty-thwd at No. 356 West Th1rty-sJXth Street, wnhout .hav1 'ng The bulk of tbe tobacco seen is so aummy that I doubt ports for the week end1ng March 28, Included ttte fol k 6 7 o hhds "WU ..... h fi Tb 1 Inspected \ his wee -. . --.. ""' ess, an\! that therefore, if the President had not goue through the necessary formality of first paying the if it will keep I e re: e wrappers m genera are lowing consignments:-Ybor & Co., 2 bales leaf previously this year ........... __ 2_,o_90 bhds ovOD&f ld h ed Go. 111ern.m.ent tax. Bail was at 6l'll t demanded by the verv poor.'' ANTWJtRP-V. Martinez -..II the bill on that day, be cou not ave lngn It -J M.---<.:omm1as1oner, but he finally dec1ded ro release. the .ManMfaclured-In Cavendish a fair businl'!ss tobacco. ,at alL Unless we accused on their own recognizanc:es.-Emanuel Posado' was done in tax-paid gOods, and tllere were some LoNDON-E. 1 case cigarettes; S. Cal th f March, Congress d 1 not a JOUnt sne u unt who was indicted for selling cigars, and moderate sales for expon. The inquinr was not fully lington, pkgs clay pi pea. TotaL -------14,623 bhds .. shipmeTits (Maryland and Oil io), aince January I ..... _.............. 1,ziz hhds =a 0 ; the 4 th. If, by a legislative fiction, the session been in Ludlow Street Jail for three months, was dis met any more than it was the preCeding week owing to MALAGA-Gomez & Arguimbau, 85 cases licorice .Of the Jd was prolonged uatil noon of tbe 4th, we .do cbarged on his own recognizance, the Judge thinkil'g the absence, or supPly, of certain styles oftobacco. paste. Leaving stock in warehouses 13 ,35 1 hhds t e that the same fiction could apply to the action that be bad already been sufficiently punished.New stock is commg forward, but, ae usual, is spa.(ingly TRIJtSTe-Weave.r & Sterry, ro casks gum, s casks Manfadu"d thepaat week .oro these p re-' ... ent-supposing be haa not signed until David Schroeder, a cigar manufacturer of Union Hill, N. wthhile good hica.rehto .be new, .beshi.debs root. ,. M' d & C b I s tob ceo F .has been active and large transactions have taken place, oO '"'" J., appeared before Recorder Morgan, and charged that lackmr e V!Uues w ume w1 unpart, IS 1g .1: liVANA-... 1ran a o., I72 a e a ; . lth h stocks are March 4th-or how the 3d C01Sld, in that ca.ae, have, so three unknown had him on the Bull'a F'erry wbidl adda another hinderance to its prompt appropriaGarcia, 363 do ; Vega & Bernheim, 1o8 do; Sancltez, wttb 10 pnce : Received '{; the tobacco and cigar trade were concerned, been road androbbedbtmofl3oo,wh1cbhehadjustcollected rioo bybuyeragenerally. The advanced rates for old Haya. & Co., 121 do; Vega, Martinez & Brother, 167 e 1 g de\)h.0 s d at Danville Va marada; to cover thirty-six hours-from midnight of the 2d from his customers, together with a gold watch. No clue goods are obtained in some instances and not in others, do ; J. J. Almirall, III do ; R Iselin & Co, 48 do ; per umore an 10 aHoa .ro hth bo has been obtained to the perpetratvn of the robbery.-though among jobbers they are .reported to be pretty J acintQ 6o do; G. B Lichtenberg & Co., Detrpit, 45. 5 d .45 C r32 4 3 to n09n of the 4th. In this city, the United States District Attorney some well establiabed already. 124 do; E. Paacual, Brother & Co., 1 case cigars; oxes; rom ync u g, rs 8 k But it is folly to technical pOints whh aD officia;l time ago sued to recover '500 from N. S. W arsaner for The market is cenainly gaining in stil'ness, which is Vega & Bernheim, II do; E. Spingarn & Co 2 do; C cac.dte.s 2 qtrdbxs, prr steame '35 P p, b bas sbown that be only uses them when he desires an alleged violation of a section of the internal reveTiue one step in the direction of full prices. While the con T. Bauer & Co., 3 do; G. W. Faber, 8 do; S Liniagton per steamers, o .. 0 ke a point againat the trade we represent." His laws, providing tbat dealers in tobaCc:o shall keep a cordition of trade remains what it is it wiU be difficult to & Co., z do; F. Garcia, 2 do i W. H. Thomas & Bro CINCINNATI, March zo.-Mr. F .. A. Prague, regarding spirits was a liberal one; that regarding rect record of sales and purchasea of leaf tobacco. realize the full amount of the additional tax, but with ther, 3 do ; Park & Tilford, 31 do; Howard Ives, r8 Leaf Tobacco Inspector, reportb as follows :'-There ... g Assistant District Attorney Sherman obtained an order leaf ruling at present figures it is aner all only a question do; A. Iselin & Co., 6 do; Rodriguez & Co., 1 do; has. a somewhat stronger. market for leaf cigarl and toba,:co strict extr.eme .. How?ca.:,:e of anest from-Judge Blatchfani agaiD,t Warsaner, of time with retail dealera and consumers. "There bas Renauld, Co., I do; Rubira & Co., 4 do; dunng the past week, but pnce:; -c il&ioner reconcile acbon 50 mconaiStent t he was arrested last week and gave bail to await lleen canaid,erable doiac" remarked a jobber. u and Kunhardt & Co., 6 do ; Zuricalday & ..\rguimbau, 6 dG ; sufticiently to induce very liberal offenngs ,at :baa our iaterut committed that the Washington the iuue of the suit. more would bave bee' 4oDe bad the &oodl wanaecl been J. de Rivera & Co., :z
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J I ltAR{!H 24 ., roE The teilfiap ()f propor Cigars-Manufacturers of ci&ars at this t1me feel PROGRESS oF THE SPRING REVIVAL-LAST WEEK's ing of mortification had subsided, commeneed the tncY.. thaa any previous week of the season and llacecl somewhat enc::oiU'aged, as orders are now, and have R.&CORD.-The same wrlrer In as a r:ood tine ed prooriaed r. Ucck a..fule Q some very good Owen Co., Ky., cutting leaf which been for tbe put week inc'tilf;,g, and buyers writmg on the present revival in business we gave .in our last cigars the next ume he went to New Haven A fe" a range of very satisfactory pnces. Dorirlg as if business had ;,provetl or there was strong im:liCil inue, thus refers to the pro_greas of events duriog the days later. Mr. visited the Elm City and was week there were ae al cutters on the market loGikmg tions that it -ulti. Manufacturers are, however, Mill week endmg on the 2oth inst. -"The week which shown cigar, wh1ch he pronounced very good. The for stocks. The only large sale reported made selhng and filhng orders out of old stock at the old ended on Saturday last, hke its Immediate predecessor, clerk wrapped them up and Mr. Selleck came hom'!! privately by eSirs. Cbas. Bod mann & Co. to Messrs figures, but where they are compelled to have any goods was remarkable for some significant events. The opentriumphant. On opening the box to treat his friends a w. Kimb.all & Co., of Rochester, N. Y., it was roo made up, are striving hard to obtain the advance of one ing was signalized by renewed buoyaacy on the Stock terrible mistake was discovered, for by some unex hbds-so at 3oc. arid !IO at 35c., and was by dollar, new tax. Exchange, the reflex of increased activity in trade c,Ir plained process cigars were missing and a dead cat 'C.b.anr;e in BusiD.ess .1 Capt. H 1te, of Higginsport, Ohio. Total offenngs for Leaf Tuhacco-The export trade for th1s week has cles arising out of the spring.!ike weather; but after, rested peacefully in their. place. Mr. Selleck hushed the week were 4os hhqs and I93 bxs, u follows: considerably Improved, with the prospects bnghtenmg. ward there was a reaction from this feeling, when we the matter up for a time, but it has finally leaked out." At the Bodmann Warehouse, 140 hhds and 86 bxs :-For domestic trade, sales are fully up .to previous weeks had a return of winter weather, and when tae gold So JOOn as Requa bad recovered his equanimity, he 24 hhds Mason Co., Ky.l trash, lugs and leaf: 2 at Su.without any particular r.:.sh, and full prices obtained 'for clique made efforts to unsettle affairs by ad took counsel and entered a grand juror's complaint so; 3 at I6. 2S@S; u at :ao.75@27; 7 at 30.2s@ all grades. leaf is still sought after and vancing tke price, and als o producing stringency in the against Selleck for assault and battery. S,elleck was 31 75 44 hhds Brown Co, 0., trash, lugs and leaf: 2 preference giVen, notw1thstandmg the great d1ffetence gold loan market. The clique received unexpected arrested and gave bonds for his appearance at trial on at J@13.so IO at 15@ I8.7S; 27 at 5 at of price, hence holders a1e :fir, in price, assistance for a time by some failures in Londpn, New Tuesday evening, in Norwalk. From the fact of the Raw Yo.RK C!Tv .-Hartcorn & Gersh 1, Cigar M'Ru. ufacturers and Lt!af Tobacco De:!lers, dissolve!. Mr. J. A. Hartcorn continues under Jus own name. W. J. HOODLESS. JCI@p.2s. s::' hbds Owen Co., Ky new trash, lugs if leaf runs dark in color. Some of eur large dealers York Chicago. The London failures conSISted exheretofore intimate relations existing between Mr. Sel anc:fleaf: 5 at 18 at 8.10@9.8o; IS at 1o@ are now in market, buying new leaf. elusively of a few firms dragged down bv the leek; Mr. Maples and Mr. Requa, the greatest surpriae I4-5o; 10 at 4 at 20.25@2S I4 hhds Pen, For export, 187, 984 lbs; for home 9S of Im Thurn & Co.; the :\ew York failures resulted 1s occasioned by those who know tae parties best that dle(pn Co., Ky. : 4 at Ju.so 12.7 s; 7 at 15@ 17. 2 s ; 3 bales Havana leaf; 2 Io cases Connecllcut seed, 24S from losses sustained in-hi as, coffees and sugars, chiefly such a circumstance should grow out of a newspaper at :ao.:as@2I. 9 bbds and II bu West Vugmia: 6 a\ do Pennsylvani ... do. m cosequeuce of Congressional meddling with the item. The fnends of the respecti v e parties will appear $to.sQ@I4So; 3 at 16, 28, 37; 3 bxs at 7@9; 7 at Io@ RICHMOND, Marclz 20.-Mr. R. A. Mills, To-tanff, and the Chicago failures, which were very small, a9 witnesses in the trial, and as Captain Selleck had de I 4.so; I at to. so. 7S bxs Ohio seed fillers and binders: bacco Broker and Commisston Merchanf, reports :-were due partly to the recent monetary troubles in clared that iq the failure of a. proper apology appeanng C.erman Covernment Lotter lea. 7 at fs@s.6o; 18 at 6@7 '0; 9 at 8@8.8o; 5 at 9 Since my last report I have no change to note. Canada, and partly to the sharp' adyance 1n wheat, one he would have satisfaction if it should cost him $r,ooo, SAXONY, BRUNSWICK.&; 'HAMBURG. -40; 2 at IO@I3 5 1 Below I g1ve the transaCtions and continue quotations : firm there havmg grain short to a large amount on the result is looked fo1ward to with peculiar interest. One Pnzein A\erageon two 11ckets. Prizes cashed and mformahon glvAt tbe M1am1 Warehouse, 93 hhds and 59 boxes:-Receipt_s ... .......... 1 : r,191 pkgs. a limited capital. From these explanations it will Le P .O.Bo-3316 WACHSliiA.NN.., co., Bankera, f .. {504 5S5) 75 & 7l Nasaau S\reet.. 32 hhds Mason Co. Ky., lugs and lea : 4 at $II. InspectiOns .. "" __ ""_.""------------. 985 pkgs. seen that the durmg the week, which were used THE CRoP oF 1874 AS CoMPARED wiTH PREVrous 75; 14 at 1S.@I9; 141at 20.25@2S .25. 17 hhds Sales ....... -------"' ............ :.. 1241 pkgs so hberally to destroy confidence, were exceptions to YEARs.The often quoted remark, "Time brings many Brown Cot, 0 : I at .9.10 ; 5 t 10@14.50 ; 4 at 18@ Deliveries .. -."'_ -.... _. ... __ "". 512 pkgs. the general co:Jdition of affairs ln business circles on chanKes," could never be applied. the Ch1cago I9S ; 4 at 20.2s@n.so; 3 IMW at 7o 8, &.6o. 6 Stock i n Warehouses. __ ..... ... ___ 4,547 hhds. both sides of tbe Atlantic. The truth of this became Enterprise, to an article of commerce wtth more truth or hhds Owen Co., Ky.; 2 at f;r2, J4; 4 at rs.so. I7.5o, Same date J874 ......... --... ----3,350 hhds. apparent as the week drew to a close, and t he great e r force than at the present time to that oft de, 22, 25 jJ""bhds Pendleton C<>., Ky.: I at 7 Rece1pts of Loose Tobacco .......... 59,20" lbs. of failures so freely used by the gold clique lost its hold rided and much abused article called tobacco. A few at 10.7 5@14; IS at I5.25@19.75 ; 9 at. 21. 50@26 25. Same date I874 ........ -... .. 53,400 lbs. upon timtd people, especially when ad vices from years ago-not more than twenty-tobacco was regarded 6 hhds Southern Kentucky: 3 at $8@8.85; 3 at Io@ points were favorable as to tbe of trade and com. by the masses as a vulgar luxury an article whose use r2. 59 cases Ohio seed fi\lers and wrappers: I 8 at Excess .... .......... _. . lbs. merce as soon as thE; weather sha.U have become more was detrimental to many and of no particular benefit to $6@7.9o ; :nat8@995; 16atro@I4.so;4at1s.2S@ Blacklugs,verycommon ........ 8%@ seasonable. The gradual dtsruptionofthegoldclique anyone. Infactinmanypartsof our country it was 19.25. Black lugs, medium to good ... : ________ 10 -the only real disturbiug element in financml and com, considered by certain classes as a sin to it in any At the Plan ter's Warehouse, 113 hhd and 401 boxes: Black Jugs, extra .. _____ ___ .------IoYz@u mercia\ circles--which late in the week, Jid form; and those good pe.opl.e who dtd use 1t, do so under -7 hhds and :z boxes Mason Co., K;r. I at 7; I Black leaf, common.""----------------.u much toward restoriag which was one of the protest from their own conscience, and with solemn at I4-tS; 4 at 15@17; :11 at ari.so, Black leaf, extra------------------= leading City bank and of a prominent Western railroad ing eyes and busy tongues. !ts production wasconfined I7.25; 4 at :zo.25@26.so. 22 hhds Pendleton Co., Ky.: Bright f')Qmmon: 10 @IS -became alarmed at the indignation against his pecu, to a few Southern States, where slaves were employed in 2at $6os, 9; 8 at u@I4.50: 8 at xs@?S; 4 at Bright lugs, medium to gooJ ....... I4 @u liar position, as expressed by both bankers and mer1ts cukivatiqn; and those same good people who so FOB S.ALE-.A Fresk Supply of :1H.08Q Pounds Genuine" DEER TONGUE" Flaor, lOr SM6KING TO"BACCO manufacturers, m lots to swt pur chasers at LOWEST figures. MARIURC BROS., 145, 141 & 1,9 s. Claarl .. Bt., BALTUIGBE, K. D HAVANA SCRAPS Received by weekly Steamers from Key West. from the renowned factOry of EL PRINCIPE DE G.&..LjES, (lllartlnez Ybor,) Ill baleo of about oo lbs. For oale tbrourb STRAITON & STORM, Aceato, :19I Pearl Street. W.&.ll'rllD-AN AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF Pll1G AND SMOKING TOBACCOS, for theN E Stateo, bY an old eotablioM in many sections Kl WRAPPERS od d fi CROP AI hbds Brown Co., 0., district trash, lugs and leaf: I at Bright leaf, extra fillers .... __ .. __ ----.. 1g @22 which was such a conspicuous featur of 1t1 opening 1t wis regarded as an article t d trade with" about :;;;,.:r 3 5 'go aa 10 10'73 $12.Z5 ; 2 at 18, I9 so; 34$at 20@29 7 5 ; I at 30. 14 Bnght wrappers, common ___ .. ______ _20 @ 2 s dealings. The foundallon for the imp ovmg condition upoa par with patent It had f!O particular value, 1 5 5 _41 TuLLvTow", co., Pa. hhds Owen Co., Ky.: 2 at :z:z, 29.2S; 4 at 3IS 0 @38. Bright wrappers, to good ______ of the Stock Exchange for some tune past is closely and the supply was than the demand. so; 6new at 7o@7o; :z at 1s.-25, I7.25. 9 hbds Bnghtwrappers,fine ... ,"----..... 4 s @7s linked with legitimate busine 'ss,and rests upon some Thewarcameon,andthe sultwas the sudden stop-andJO boxes West Virginia: I at $0.05 ; 3 at 8.20@ B ht t r.. thing more than mere speculation. In estimating the page of he greater source of supply for the better class @ b t 6 d t @ ng wrappers, ex ra. ------------. !)() k h d ad h f h bavethto.a,.eotablihed, 9.6o; 5 at 10 I4.50; 1 ox a 9; o a Io 5 13." Mahogany wrappers, common to medium ... IS causes at wor t e stea y vance tnt e pnce o w eat of goods and a consequent adva!!ce upon the prices for so ; I do at J 7. 7 S 3 hhds Southern Indiana at J6 .os, Mahogany wrappers, gcod to fine. ____ 2 S @4 o for two weeks pa"t is a most important fact, for every the stock on hand. A*>ther result of the war was the 111 ADDITION TO 'I'HEIR WHOLEI.U.!Il Bt1IIKIIM, 8, 8.30. wrappers, extra. __________ 45 @6o one knows how much the prosperity of the West de rapid development in the productton of tobacco m the .& DII:IP.&ai!J!I...-.r. At the Morris Warehouse, 38 hhds --2I hhds Mason ST LOUIS Mi. J E H pends upon a free market and a fair price for wheat. West, particularly in Kentuck.v and Mtssouri. A third tato wblch I>epartmeat tbe,-Mve-..-l&tecl wttb tb-1 .... uJDo. h I d 1 f .,8 @ t art,. 17.-.ur. avnes, .11 bl f: Co., Ky., tras ugs an ea : 4 at .70 9-SO; 4 a Dealer in Lear Tobacco, reports:-Received 199 hhds Th1s adyance w1 ena e the armers to dispose of their result, and one of far greater tmportance to the phnter, JUNKER and c. as partnerBo 6 a(16@19.75; 7 at 20.5o@2s so. 5 hhds against 154 the previous week. There were no surplus accumulation of the last crop at a profit upon was the exceedingly rapid development of the de!oire to :tt .. w YoRK, M,,.,,,. 1 ,s75 mOL Owen Co., Ky., trash and leaf: 2 at $7.7 5, 9 ; 3 at 22." offermgs on the breaks except on Friday, yes the cost of production; and as there are over so,ooo,ooo use tobacr.o from all classes dunng those turbulent 75@242S 4hhds.WestVirgmi new: I at $6.85; 3 terday an.! to day, but we learn that there will of wheat in four StatesoftheWestyettobe times. Thewarclosed,andtheplanterin the eastern A 'CHLIATAKIA TOBCCO, at 'o. 2 S@ I 3 75. I hhd Southern Kentucky at o. so. be daily offerings from this on through the season. marketed, the Importance of thts wheat question becomes tobacco-growing States found themselves with impover"' 6 hhds Southern Indiana: 3 at :j)7 .:zo@7 .90; 3 at 8 40, Frlday the market was stearly and firm on leaf, but at once apparent to the public. The marketing of this ished lands, neglected crops and rumed buildings. Their iD bond or claty IN LOTS To ll1JT, 8 90, 10 lugs and all stock out of condition were dull and lower. cereal will place a large amount of cash in the hands servants were no longer their own, and the the few who SON, 10 Exchaqe Place, DANVILLE, VA., Mar!Ck 2o ....::..Messrs. Pemberton .Sf!.les 79 hhds: 1 at $ 4 go (trash and scraps) ; I 'at 7. of Western farmers, to find lts way through remained the o 1C: plantation were ss-.t. or toM. RADBR &: SON", Brokers, ,33 J>e.l stnet, N, Y. & Penn, Tobacco Commission Merchants, report:-6o (wet); 24 at 8@8. 90 ; 14 at g@g So; xs NTHLY JOUBNAI. d @6 d 6 @8 ,,..., th d" b t t be t k t f 1 f: .d the f for emotera. Publllbed "*No. 10 Lord Nel11011 25@35; goo ,40 extra o, s S lS6.so@?so; fa'ctorydo8@8.so; planters'do8.so@9 .. ese 1s ursemensmus a entno accountmcono neary every amty 1s mtereste, quanttty o !M4,waenauboorlpUonamaybell44reue<1,ortotbeT ...... ooou.u-ar......, HOPKINS'V1LLE, Kv., Marek 13.-Messrs. M. H so, common dark Jeafi 9 @10; medium shipping do 10 .. ;.tdering the present and future in financtal cucles. future supply becomes a matter of muclt concern A tna Clark & Brother, Leaf 'fobacco Brokers, report:2s(qju.2 s ; good do u@ 13. 50 ; medium manu., Wtth a general revival' of confidence, such as IS now thorough canvass of the eastern and western markets mmoatlla. Sale. Addr .. Receipts snce last report, Io4 hhds; to date, 728; same facturing do n@12; good manufacturing do I 3@rs; going on in the Stock Exchange, the indus,ries of the has been made by parties interested, and Tlu time last year, 2,66 4 do. Sales smce last report, 74 medium bright wrapping leaf, 2 s@s.S: good bright country will receive agreatstimulus,and we shall stead-Enurprise has !been favored with many 1tems relat-tav&rl&bl:rbe..Sileredto. hhds; to date, 325 do; same time last year, 1,990 do. wrapping leaf No really fine offermg tly dnft back to our former prosperity The Bank ing thereto. From carefully complied statistics tt is Our market this week showed a rather more feeble tone FOREI<;!N. Statement IS!Iued. from the Clearing House on Saturday found that the average production of tobacco per year DlJTIES ON FOBEIGl'lll T4j)D..lCCM ,..llntCIGAIIS. probably owing to the continued undesirable character LIVERPOOL, March I.-F. W Smythe & Co. was one of the cheering signs of the week, being a very for five yean, from 1869 to I873 inclusive, in VIrginia, Foseila Tobacco, dutJsc. per pound, gold. Fore.!f.n Cigars, ., so per of the offerings, and frosted tobacco declmed about Tobacco Commission Merchants, report:-Througbou; favorable exhibit, and showin; a large i ncrease in the was 68,75o,ooo pounds. Fro,m the same source we the 4ecline being more marked on light wetght hhds. all February sales of Dned Leaf and Strips were of legal reserve, when the gold chque expected a large deJearn thl\.t the average prodtSction per year durmg the (Revenue Act. 3 ,) .. amended M"arch 3 We quote common frosted Jugs, to 'Be; medium to extent, rnatWfacturers takmg from d,ay to day, n crease. Notwtthstanding all the elforts to make money same time in the western tobacco-growing States was lugs. grL to I oiL c common leaf, I 1 to ISC; mea retad only what they could not do wt"thout. tight the banks have been enabled to supply all the I95,25o,ooo pounds, thus giviPg a grand total for the ume k ind o f tobacco m ade in thto country muotbepald. The tobacco must /"2 d d 0 f th C StOffi rS nd t til t" d h d r 6 A] SO be packed ICCOfdtng to tbe tegu)attODS goftnliDg tobacco made here. m leaf, to I6C; good leaf, to r8 % c About 2so hltds upo,.tleaf af good substance were sold em an s e1r u e a a e same 1me, reenure country unnl!( t. e years name 01 2 4,ooo,ooo Farmer!! are complaining very much of the backwardto a customer for the Continent, and about so hhds duce thetr loans whtch has brought about a pounds per year. Early in the season Mr. Henry H. FOREIGN DUTIES 01'111 TOB.UJCO. ness of farm work, particularly in getting plant beds selections of long, n "cn, naturally dark leaf were taken liqutdat1on deposlts of and consequently a Adams, of the firm of Adams & Lew '\s tobacco factors Ia:Ana. l'raace, Jtalyaad Spaan, tile tobacco commerce is monopollzed bumeil. We hve had a great deal of tain recently, for the.Navy at about I I d. per lb. Prices for sorts large deciease in their liabilities; and they have increased of this city, visitt:d all of the tobacco-growing secttons which has interfered a great deal wl!h f a rm work, but a were steadtly maintained. Imports, 689 ; delivenes, their specie $ I92,9oo, and their legi\l tend-ers $788,9oo, of the country, and reported upon the crop of 1874 as ,5 per cent .ror tare. eTh clot7 io '3 fraaco,"" centimes,; few days of dry, wmdy weather will put quite a dtfferent 1 535 ; stock, 32,027, against :z6 8 r 9 at same time last desptte the withdrawal and locking up of both gold and folldWs: "The State of Virginia this year will not proface on matters year. currency. This shows a flow of money to this city. duce more than half an average crop; but to make it being equal to u71riloa.l Io Roasta tbe dl:lty on leal tobacco! 4 Tb I t f lrl f c r fi h h d h f h I I .11 fi lopekl per pucl j OD IIIWklng tobacco .16 rOIU o 40 cop. per pud. aq.d OD dw an WUISVILLE,Marcn Jg ,.-We reportas follows: March6.-Throughout the t>ast week we have had e argereceipso go rom a _Iomta avec ange fullyupto the opes o t e panters, WI say ve-1roo. ,.,cop.perpod. \fbe market has been lactive at steady prices, and with very little demand from the trade, manufacturers buying the specie average from a falling to a rismg one, and eighths of a crop, which will be 4:1,968,7 so pounds. T.J!I)I.r$hedotrlsfiftr cenul fold peru!f _.,.. .,.. .. =. fair offerings. only in a hand-to-mouth way barely what they needed the influx of currency bas caused a large increase m The crop will be muclr less, and will not exceed IJIII' h t .w 1i. Iii,.., .w .. t lir. f for immediate use, hilt in the retail busine:>s which took the legal tenders. Telegtams from Montreal on Sat1,1r-one,fourth but allow for the best returns, say thue-t!J1"' u "-"-""' e;' LYNCHBURG, Mardi 2o.-Messrs. Nowlms, place previous prices were mamtained. There was day repprted large shipments of gold to this city, which eighths of an a\erage, which will be 73,218,ooo pounds, IS l'UBLISHED Younger & Co., Tobacco Commiss10n Merchants, report: fi /, fi will help the bank reserves in the future. The figures thus cnving a grand. total of 1 16,I87,soo pounds, as the ...... "! ""'"'-SDAT u __ ,. R 1 th th h b r mquuy or ,ea ohte y of the rich, wrapping ... t ......... ,......,..,... """"'-..ece1pts continue arger an ey ave een "or f h r of the Bank Statement explatn at a gl;lnce the coatinentire production o the country for 1874 which leaves f "THI IIAB&MA L'HJ" PIJBLJ81nlll OOIP!H 1 k Th k d sorts; o w 1ch a ew small lots were taken, but nonde D 19 AIIW II!\ 111w severa wee s past. e mar et IS active, an puces d fi uatease m our money market when Wall Street specua defict"t of I47,812,5oo pound below the average of the h 11 ... d scnpt an m er1or co ntinental exports were not wanted. rate aboat t e same on a gr..ues except common an I hhd d 1 lators were ,makin strenuous efforts to produce strin-past five years." We find 'that the average amount red h" h h ... th 1 '" mports, 37 s; e 1\>. enes, sos do; stock, 31,6s 3 ., me tum wrappers, w tc ave ueen ra er ower 'e 6 6 -o-ency by artificial means. Taken altogether, the presquired for home r.onsumption for the year was d h fi agamst 2 30 at same time last year "" eem tt unnecessary to c ange gures. ent bank statement ought to assist In restortng confi-1 rs,ooo,ooo pounds and should the demand in the home PADUCAH, Ky. .March 17.-Messrs. M. H. Ciark & LONDON, Marek 4.-Messrs. Grant, Chambers dence, as tt 1s exceedmgly favorable under the trying market during I874 be as great as in x873, there will be f T b B k C d & Co., transactions;i.n Amencan Tobacco f b Id 1 Brother, Lea o acco ro ers, report:ontmue cucumstances o t e recent go man1pu The left for export on x,r87 soo pounds, leavmg a deficit ic { bl h d h 11 d" f 1 during the past week have only been upon a lt"mtted f h b k b b .l "' f un avora e weat er an t e swo en con mono water reserve o t e an s as een mcrease,. ,z,2s2,275 our exports of tobacco during 1874 o about g,ooo,k 11 Th ffi h k scale, home trade bu.vers having operated when in imh h h f bo 1 1 courses eep rece1pts sma eo ermgs .or t e wee w IC ra1ses t e excess o rexrve a ve ega requueooo pounds Mr. Adams' estimates when made allowed only 129 hhds, ma.ny of which were reJected Our marmedtate need, and exporters have purchased ments to $4,795 the crop of Virginia to be sixty-two and a half per cent. ket remains in low gradt;.s, but mediu"' to freely had been a better supply in of an average, and that ef the West to be thirty,seven good leaf was in demand at balf a cent advance on last ,he lllark:t. There 15 d no to note 10 pr.Ices, AN EDITOR AssAULT&D ANENT SALT, SUGAR, CATS,and onehalf per cent. of an average, whtle the facts in week's quotations. We quo.te :-Frosted lugs, hold;rs are firm for a!' escnpttons at top quotattons. AND CtGARS.-A letter from Norwalk, Ct., dated on the the case recently received show th11t the Virgmia crop 7 ; common to medium sound lugs, S@gc. ; good Ke.n uclty Leaf and StnP_s have been but spanngly dealt ust inst., contains tbe following narrative: An event does not exceed twenty-one per cent. and the Westetn lugs, common leaf, I z@rsc., medium leaf, m' of the finer of the former IS only took place here last evenin t which "'threw the whole crop di)CS not e_)tceed twelve per cent. of an average. zs"'@IS"'C.; gootlleaf, fine and selec, a poor _Vtrgu;za Leaf Stnps----:-Fme classes town into etccitement, the occasioa being an auault on To the dealer in tobacco tbe foregemg figures te'll their ttons x7"'@aoc. of both m dem and, wuh but ltttle offering. Mr. Nathan Requa, one oi,the eclitors of the Hut, bv own storv. When the demand exceeds the suppfy, Nary/and al(a OltJo of bnght color are sought after 1 ck "' "' PETER.SBURGr VA., Jla"!k Le RoY mixed and lower classe slow ofsale. Cawndisn con: Captain saac Selle a prominent wholesale grocer. prices always advance. For weeks past the tobacco Boper & Tobacco Comuusston linues neglected with a considerable stock in fi t It seems an article was published in the Hour of March market Ius been greatly excited When the first re-report :-Recetpts of bhds and loose contmue bght; hands rs 13 in wh1ch Mr. Selleck was made the subject of a ports of a short crop began to be circulated, many prices about same a!$ report; good and fine leaf in M k Th be h joke, the facts relating to which lfeing gathered by Mr. dealers laughed at the 1dea of a short supply. When sma\1 supply ar( 1 r.ere s en rat er more for Requa and the article by Mt.. S W Maples, told the facts in the case by those I well posted in the ;: :;; durtg th;. wFeek, but withlioat proprietor of the paper. Mr. Selleck read the paper market, they turned a deaf ear and would listen to no. ] 2 w n e sa es e ec e or export t ere containmg the arttcle, and was greatly incensed thereat, uvice. Prices have continued to advance we4!k by g. i F _;. "!1.i_ msmeraollusstoorcdkerosffion ngthetmh artket,sbutt.ln cohnseqiJenb ce taking it as a retlecuon upon him, and denying the week ; manufacturers find themselves unable to fill orv en e ran ac tons ave een facts upon which the joke was baaed. Suspecting Mr. ders as promptly as heretofore, and in many cases we 874 117 restricted. Homet.rade on_ly show a..a inchna Requa as the author, be had, during the past week, learn that orders forwarded by our best houses have Ceatre ......... 38 .., 6I '"' 1 .Ji llOD to for MDmedaate requirements. Kmtucky aaid there muat be a retracuon and fu.l apology or else been refused by the because lliey; could ... ::::.::::: ::::: ::::::: : :t .. 4 0':z leaf and st,Ds have more attention, but sales there would be a ight. Mr. Maples waa also natlied, not get the goods with which to fill others have Moore' !0 00 s3 70!5 .a have been only of a huuted character: V'"K'"!" leaf but wben the Hor came out yesterday, instead of the been taken with the un-deratanding ,that only one ... balf of Total.----- .JS c:o .s. s $t;rtps color, also fine ncb spmnmg deretraction there appeared, in large letters, an item more the amount called for should be 'furnished. This state PHILADELPHIA, Nart"/1 :1:1.-:Mr. Arthur R. Fou scnptle>ns, 10 request, wl!h. but little on the market. provoking than the first. Seizing a copy c>f the. paper of a1fa1rs in this line of trade baa never be;en known be geray, M,anulacturers' Agent, reports .-The receipts .A(_arylan and Oh'" at'(: wtthout alteratton only t_he he vis1ted Requas pl;;.ce ef business, and, thrusting it t'oreJ Tbe demand for the "weed" was never so great of'm.,ufattrweti to6tuio fer tbae past week have somecolored classes are sought. 11ftet; other desc;np, in the of Requa, asi(ed if he (Requa) wrote ,the as at the present time, and the per centa&e of supply what diminished, manufacture:rs preferring now to wait tiOQS neglected. Caw,dult .contmues dull of and An afltrmative was given, whereupon nev!r so small. The warnings and of and see the present stock on hand matenlllly reduce9, ahho..gh an ,to meet buyers, Selleck struck Requa five terrible blows on tlte head, our good friends m days gone by aeem to be unheeded' in the hopes of then being able to obtam the advance there ts nothing domg. wh1ch Iesulted m closmg one eye, breaking the bndge JJght or wrong, for better or wonel, traffic in comc:aused by the etc:tra The stock now in first hand& ot his nose, and producing injury. Mr. B. K. modity progresses with rapid strides. In future issues js beLDg purchased by our i:lealers at from one to two CoNSCIENTIOUs.All 'the J;tabstH ; ians of the French Lockwood stood near the assaulting party, but was unwe will have more to say about how "Time bnngs ceata (except some spec1al standard brand, the Department of the Intenor we* womed to death for a able to iftterfere. Mr. Selleclt left the srore, ,and in the many chanaes." .demand for \'lbJch is very limited), but owing to the nnmonth over a return in a report on e&:P--by which it street received the congratulatiorw oi his fticilda. 1')le eJ:pected delay of the opening of spring uade dealers that _so many millions of egg1 and a following 1s the article which appeared in tM Ho11r: COLD COMFORT-An Idaho gentleman is aaid to laave are buying cautiously and in small amounts; therefore, half latd m a certam d1stct. How that half w got in "Ilu Selleck's Cal.-In BJ:os.' -store -barrel.; of stripped himself, hung his apparel on the saw buck and for the present, all sides are waiting and anxtously no one could tell, and it had te be banttd down. mgar and a barrel of salt stood side by side, and more retirecl on a pile of corchfockL His mistake was discovered loDII:iog fdnraql fpi-the azpeeted cha9> wbep Mille Fioa.lly it waa traced to a conscientious farmer, one of than one seeker fen NeeiiPibi&Ot ll<etl bJ wife, w Clltlltrhurd htm quarrelling with r .. atlticipated. ..ipts from all lo.n:ea whole heRs had laid a,Jl "' on the line Ooe or lbe vtctims was a drummer for a New :Haven to i old re notJMjna coer ... 1,0 8lld 135 CMes. between his department aad auotbU. bu:co bOUle, who, der tbe laughter ud the fiDia fee! bilL I Fulkm.Street, New York. J r lldi-JOHlf G. G..._, _D_........., As an AdV'ertisi1ltr medium, where 1t 11 destrl'd to reac h the Ctgar ao:... Tobacca Trade,aot oaly of Ulia bot fontp Oooatriea, 1t ta fue be.t att.aioaitle. Rateli of Advertlalna. ONE SQUARE (14 NONPAREIL LfNES :) OnR. 0Ma CoLUMN, Stz Montha -t:ao Ov&R ON a CoLVMK Ooe Year ....... ......... ... ....... 3 s ()() Two SquAaas, ever Oae ColaiDa Ooe Yell!".......................... es oo 0JIJt SQuARE, over Two Column&, One Year.............. ........... 65 oo Two SQUARilS, over Two ColumRs, One Year........................... 110., FouR SQUARES, over Twa Columns, O.eYear- ... 210 ._ .a-Advertbement& in the same .PrOporti oa, but aoae talt.ea unless &ccPYIPI' one, two, three, four or more square. COLVMN RATES. llALF A. COLU'IIlf, Three Months .. Ot:r HALF A CeLtJMN, Stz Months ... ... CJOr HALl' A COI.YMw, One Year........................... 840 a.ON CoLuM Three Monthl --.-. ... lD Ga 8:: :..::::::::.,;;:.::::::::: :: = FIRST-J;'AQE RATJOS. 0JIK OYer Two W.sde Column!, One Year ......... t-so co Two SQUARES, ever Two Wide Colum11.s, ODe Year ............... :l... 300 oe THRU SQtJARU,over Twe Wide C olumna, One Year._ .. .......... __ _.No Ollth11 page tateofor leu tlaan oDe year, payable ran, iD aciYaace. No deviation from thne let'JD .. T,....lient Aohe-ts on the third ....., as ceatl ,.,.., llae lin ..... 1-rtlotl. _.._ :tlo o..,. foi w1l l be coasider.ed, ........,. ----.u-lt!ll.,.t. --Tbll nle be..,_ ,-POSTAGE. BT A. Ilii:W LAW WHICH WIII!IT III'l'O OPJCRATIOJI ON .JAIIVAII.Y 1, 187/>,'Wij:".llRJC IIO"W" COJIPJC......, ft PAY THB POIITAGE IN A.DVAl'ICE ON ALL COPIES Oil "THE LEAF lENT BY 111 TO OU& THEY SHOULD, THERES'ORE, BY '1'11111 LA"*-Pa.Jtlll 011' -ARGE. IIITO POBTIIi.&aTEJL R.U .ufY R;IGJfto TO MAKE A CB.&.RG.IIl .I'OK P08TA.Q.E, AND .&lll1f ONE DOIIre 0 80, J1114M1LD .. llEPOR'l'lllD TO Ul. A8 WE :50W PAY THE POSTAGE JJIITEA.D or TJUC: ---Uj'Ati-PORIIER.LY, 1lrll HAVWI.&DDIIID 'l'lla .&JI011JIT TO OUR IIJB&CBIPI'ION-PBIC:E,WRICH -o-.. PaiiiiBJIT TEJtllll .u lii'OLI.o8Wa ONE Y.E.LR, IJX KOJ.IITHS: 'l'IIR-XOB.THa, ..... a.:ae 1.0$ Wl'llWO'Iil't .......... Iii'" JU8Ul 21 Park Ill N, New York. DfiWII' 211 N --.

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I!X. FGRIIAN. M. J. DOHAN. THOS. CARROLL. Commission L WlCKK A.. .. WM. WICKE tc .'co., OF. C:IGAR. BOZ:BS 155, 157, 159& 161 Goerck_st., \. ___ .. ---. m-uu m mm111-IAD Dealers ill Sp&Diah and German Cigar Bibbona. 104 FRONT STREET O. Bmt 4:186.. 'NEW' YORK. Agents for the following well known and reliable Manufa.cturers : ... "/ \ J l I 1 r .JB. PACE, W. J : YARB}W)UGH & SONS, TURPIN .. &. J. 1!. J:iREANER, L. J. GRANT & CO .. L. H. FRA YSRR & CO., R. W. OJ.IVER, T. W. PEMBER1!0N, JOHN. jt PACE & GO., .., J.OHN W. CARROLL, and othtrs. t Sole Agents for the Original CABLE COIL, BONNE BOUCHE; 4S 5s,. Single and Double Thick. Also Agents for the Celebrated LC). N lACK & BROWN DICK SMOI(IN8 TOBACCO. large ,Stocks of Manufactured Tobacco of every description, Suitable or the Home Trade and fOf' Foreign Markets, kept constantly ou hand. -. :00 E & FRITH9 ') 7 BURLING BLIP, NEW YORK, Tobacco OommiiiBIOD MeZ'OhaDts Sole o'f the Celebre.ted Brands of Sllloldng Tobacco: Honey Bee, Barly Dew, Prlllrle BIO.om. Red llivG', Powhattan, Old EeDtuok, 014 Lo Cat.Aa, Cow 8lip, Planter.'" Choice, Pioneezl of the WeRj 8uDDy Boutll, \Ur E1raD4, Hooey Dew. J _,., Sole th ... u..,a.t l!lato.Jor 3. a, co.s GOLD !'LAKE. ':' '' !!!!!!!!! ... c c. R : AswcROFT. YORK .TOBACCO INSPECTION. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. Certificates given for ev.-y cue, aad delivered case by case, as to number of Celtificl..te. I fl. B.-WE SAIPlE_II ... IIRCHINTS' OWN STORES. F. C. LINDE tc CO., .. RUI'OIP4L OFFJ:flE-:1 Water iltreet. -d 182 to 188 Poo.rl !It' WAREHOUIDil8-142 Water, 1'13 Froat, .,., 'I& & '18 Greea"l"'b Streeto, and 1, :a, '1, &<. 8 H ... aon River RaU Road Depet, St .Jobna Park. HNK, J. Me J. BENSEL & C0.1 INSPECTOR, TOBACCO fNSPECTION, 155 WATER STREET, I 127 & 129 WATER STREET. I "'r"o:rls.. CERTIFICATES ISSUED AND DE .. COtiliTRY SAMPLING PRODIPTLY AT LIVERED SINGLY OR IN LOTS. 'l'BNDED TO. l L .J. ::.. lv P l.. h0tll.1i.1 L. loiA!'J.Lhl'JJ), la. MAITLAND & TOBACCO AND FACTORS, Cq ., OE.NIBAL-OOIIISSION MERCHANTS, .. 3 :BB.OAD 811'._, 1r: Advancemtmt m:tde on cons1gnments to W. A. & G. MAXWML & C0., LIVERPOOL. M. SALOMON, E. SALOMON.f) M. a E. SALOMON, PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, I AND IMPORTERS 01" Tobacco and 85 MAIDEN,LANE, N.Y. TOBA.CO O LABELS, For 18moklng land Manufactu_redl Tobacco,' FURNISHED BY Et PRINCIPE DE GALES BRAND 011' HAV .. UU. AND KEY "91{E8T1 26 CEDAR ST., NEW YORK. r_, 48 & 50 East Second St.1 ALEX FRIES & BROS 18 C.'olloge B&T. WARRBN AND CINCINNATI, I I' MURKA. v OHIO. NEW YO:KK. MANUFACTURERSOF HAVANA CIGAR FLAOR. oz. in one pilon Yn DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WEYMAN BAOT,H!ER, HAVANA TOBACCO Secured 16.r86s. An LEAF _._ HAVAV A be ... lyproe ftA CICARS, No. 329liOWEiY. (bet. :3d AI 3d Stl.,) H. NEW YORK. B. SuasRT. ]OS. SULZBACHER. FRED. HOFMANN. Sulzbacher & Hofmann, DEALERS IN N L!CBENBRUCB & BRO., SEED LEAF &HAVANA TOB!CGO, 88 MAIDEN L.A..NE, No. 164 Water Street, New York, w 'aoLBSALB DKALBRS Ut UP STAIRS, NEW YORK, HAVANA fc DOMESTIC LEAF T .8BAGCO, 4t OAD STAiiiT, NEW YORK. 1 ..

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' I MAR. 24. I'D ---------------TKP<>:R.'".I:':IiLEW.S o:r AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC _,.. .-. IIIEW YORK. -WEISS, ELLER 1: D'IPPIL, wrLUAM EGGERT &. co.; IMPOR't'ltRS Ol'' IMPORTERS OF AND DEALER llN HA.V.P-..... NA AND,DE.I.LERS liN Sill LIIF TOBACCO, 171 PEARl 1M 78 PIN STS YOaJ[. E. A 8. FRIEND & CO., I__... aDd Dealenla .LEAF roB.ACCO; 1119 Malden Lane. ..EowARD J'acacD, I r -o. NEW YORK Eow ARD Fa and :Lewia St.,! :N'e,_..To:rk. A.1i k.lado of F.lareo Cut to Order and Repaired l t11le Bet St,-le. The ll'racie 8appu.jl 19 West H
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p lfttleAelph;la Acl:vertbemeata. BROS., -1FOO.DWA.RJi, QAII.SB2''r & ao., CIGII AlB GIIBBAL K llf::a C :a: .6. N 'I' S ; 18lfo.Water St. and Philadelphia. llo. 143 Firat Avenue, Pittaburgh ; L. DEALBBSIM 'L:EJA.._F To:a A ... C .CO,. And Manufacturere of all Orades of Olgara, .o. 3 _1\1'. Watez. st., Phlladelpbha, Pa I LEWIS. BREMER'S. SONS, Wholesale Dealers iR AN :0 JU.NVFACT11QD TOBACCO, N0 3U NORTH THIIID STREET, PHILADELPHIA. ... A. BOYD &i CO., GEO. r. 'VNVBWZAGT. GEO. KERCKBOFF & CO., DEALER!! IN CBmCTICU!, liA V AlA ill YABA LID AND JWm'AC':tmlla 0!' CIGAltS. No. 49 a. CHARLES STREET, BALTIMORE ... F. BECKER. C. BECK.llll. L. BECKER. BECKER.' BR.OTBBR.S, PACKERS, COMMISSION AND W AOLESALE DEALERS IN Forejgn and Domestic 'Leaf Tobacco, liO. 98 W. LOIDI.A.ltD ST., BAL'DliiOaE, liD B. WI.LKE:NS a 00., .. MONUMENTAU CIT TOBACCO WORKS, NO. 181 Willi' l'iA'l"l' S'm!E'l', :EW.,.OU, KAI'!'WoB, r-MANUltACTUa.&RS 0 1' ALL XIND5 Or SIIOIIIIG AID t:BIWIIG TOBlCt:OS. qea .. t Jll, P.A.I.Jt, -eJIF Jr, Y., .. BA.ftDI Blt.Otl., Jr, fttra lit., PJoUa, ED. WISCHMEYER. HY. WISLHMEYER. ED. WJSCBIIEY"ER & co., Co:Dl.:rnission. Merchants!! AND DEALERS' IN LEA PLUG TOBACCO 1: CIGARS, 39 SOUTH CALVERT 8TREET, Nu LoMBARD ST .. .,., BALTIMORE'_ TATE, MULLER & CO., :m. ::m. Wlliil'fCE, IIIWITS,. Tobacco Shipping and Wholesale Dealers n / Advertlaement. BICHARD lULLA.Y. JAJOS Jl.AloLAY. \ R. L YI:B M.AROH 24. EED L I F LEAF TOBACCO 154 .a:::.;::,:'oo .... I Dealenl in LEA TOBACCO, .. a.az.K. I t5 and I 17 West Front St., lf:.l. 163, & 165l'earl 'Btret, :Between Race ad Elm, ClllomK.lTL 0. S. LOWEJI'IrHAL & CO., MANUF A CTU:RERS FINE CIGARS, Al'm ])JJAI.IBJ lN LEA)' 'tOBlCQO, NO. 112 WEST THIRD STREET, CIIICI.NNATI, OHLO. PARKER, HOLIES & CO.,. Maaufactaren or the Celebrakd NERV And other Brands of Chewing, Smoking :r ebicoos, aa, &II ._ II'J Je.-eraoD .A.ve., DE'l'ROlT, 1110R. I The NERVE Is oold tir Flntct ... throor!>1 the United S-. and we claim i\. to be the HB&ST'' P'IN&CVT TOBACCo that call be macle. The Wllol ..... Trade 40 & 4!l, MAR.XKT ST., Bu1ifb:rd, Celm. WS8TPHAL, Co:IDIIsSioN D:a.cHART, ADd DMie!' Ia COIIICTIOUT ltD LIAF State It Hartford. Conn. OIDIA. VBKA&D. T. Oo JC;JtiG... NORMAN HUBBARD & CO., Packen llDd Bealerola OONNJXmCVT s.m LIAJ' TOBACCO H5 SIJ!IATB B'itiLiliBIJ!I, HA;R'r8'0ft.D, C01nr. G. W. GRAVES, PAGEUl AND DIIALD be LEAF T 0 B A C C 0, Commission Kercha;nt, MORRIS & REID, sa South Gay Street, a .. 48 ST. CHART,ES ST., LEA A m comcTICUT BEBD-wr ,. I I .. OBAOOO, BALTIMORE, liD. a.w. cor. Lom-St., BAL'l'IIIORE.lllD. BAL TIWIOitE sTEAM SNUFF DANBUilY, CONNECTICUT. MILL BROKERS, 1 ....... 126 V foe Streel, B SMITH 1c CO R. STARR & (LGIGJESESXEK. E .. NIEEDM. siNCINNATI. OHJQ COM. MlssoN MERC-ua.::. MANUFAcTuRFRS oF ., 1. w. TBOIIIB, s u F.' TOBACCO FACTORS COMMISSION BROKER,. OODEC!ICUT LBAF TOBACCO. 25 SOUTH CALVERT ST. And Oommissicm Merchants, AfldWholeoato Deaiula ;yN AJ.L KINDS oF :No. flO Hampden BtroDI!AhLEl;o'N Leaf, GENERAL J&L COMMISSION MERCHANT, BALTIMORE. AND li'A,VTOR. e SOV'J!'B CJA'Z' BIJ.'IUIBT, P. A. ALBRECHT, JULI S V BRJdiiN & co. V{holeu. le Dealer in Leaf Tobacco AND CIGARS, No. 20 German Street, LEJ.P. .TOBACCO: "v.; -= KA.NtJF.A.CT:ultD or CIG4U, 111. .&JK:B STREET, PDILADELPMIA, FA. And Dealer in all kinds of Near the .. Carrollton," BALTJJIIORJI:, JIID. LEAF TOBACCO; -t'OUNGER & CO., a No. 25 Md. COlQtiSSION XERCHANTS, ._,, ORDJiiR! PROMPTL'V FILLED. LYJICBB1JBG, VA. 'DiiiOBt. MANUFACTURER OF cmo. W .Io:DWAJlDS. J'lSEPH, M w. &CO. Commisaion Merchants in ,... 8c-a.. A. Nr.-......... Will rhe their perooul atteDtiOD to lhe aale afld j>ur JOB. SCROIDIR 4 CO. L f .;;0or'bacco. Cornmioo!OD and Who lesale Dealen Ill ea ,& LEAF AXD 'llirl.jben Ad.__ raoade oo Coool.,.me11ta. Jhnufa.ctured Toba.cco, AND CIG.DIS. Jl'o. 81 Ezolaaca l'lacla. Bal....._. MERFELD & KEMP.ER, PACKERS OF OonneoUo'J,1t8eed. .Aiod Wlooh!oaJ. Dealers In Iia.vaua and Ya.ra. Toba.ccos, 1 I 7 Lombard Street, C. C. BEAD 1: CO., b MANVF ACTl1UR.S OF lU lLI.D-!liST FARMVILLE, VA. .JOHN "\V". Sole MaDufacturer cf the F.amo111 and World-:ReDOWlled Brand of YIRCINJA 8MOKINC TOBACCOS, !lLOIB. JACK I AID 1011 DICI, i I Manufactory, 12th Street, Lynchburg, Va. ,. Orclen rapectfulpoollcited aod promptl7 atteDiied to. J. R. JM. e,.,llldntr Pemberton & Penn, TOBACCQ COMMJSS!ON MER.CHANTI!t .......... ,. iiNtr ;,. 1M ifl4if16Ut -.ur-.ll'l'lnDS. flf.w JMir lmli&u 111 P h'llds fw I .1lllifl iftl' Tt11tui11, .................. PEASE'S Tobacco .outter. The Most Perfect Machine in the World for all gradesJ of Fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking. Dl 'aiDl liY .u.r. !O'O'ml. MA.NUJ' ACTUaKD BY SNUFFS, Manufactured by SWEETSER '1 3(J SOUTH MABKBT STBEET, IIOI!TOJJ, MASS. I JOBJV w. Jele OwMr eeL Munr&c:-oftbe Worlcl-RaaoWJ>ed Brands of Sm.ok.i.na Tubacco7 "'' "'A:ELA.-z'OGA'' HOG LEN &. PEASE,. ,. oi.o ei:S'OCS," DAYTON, OHI O. L!NCDVIG, VA. THO!!. H. CHALMERS, IH Beek- St., lf, Y, Ageat fw t.be Sale orMacbifles Extras, where '!"ill find a stoc-k oftiUPJ lJi("S always on hand. R. A. MILLS, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE .&ND BtTFFALO ADVERTISEMENTS TOB"CCO BROKER "1"B:llll J. E. HAYNES, DEALER IN WE5TERN

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I MARCH 24 NEWM:AR:K, .AlfD DIIUI.IBII IX TOBACCO. NiEW YORK. I 'l'RE--TOBACCO -LEAPi' pet child by all the different the question pr-ominently fofwtrd in t11e of tile until the eveflmt. Tbe straw is aad the -.eoo brought us (rom BUIISOra.h, which e.xceeaa iJa governments that succeeded approaching session, and appeal to the geod sense and plants laid on the ground' as. before, care being taken fragrance that produced in any other part of the world; each other, and various patriotism of Parliament feF a final aetti.emeDt.ill their not to place them in contact with each dther. Thi, also a native practised n the cultivation Numerous privileges and immuilities favor. They maintain that it is beneath tbl! dignity of process is repeated for four consecutive days. The experiments since period have frolll time to time were conferred from time to a State institution tQ gain custom by puffing-advertise plants are then carried to the ryot.'s house, where they beim made in the Botanical Gardens, and io Dr. Antime em the inhabitants to ments in the newspapers, aa is done at which are suspended to a rope stretched inside the and derson's time it possessed sixteen species of the plant. facilitate and accelouate are responded to oy counter-advertisements on the part not exposed tp the sun. The tobacco is thus kept for It can not be said, however, th:at the experiments Jaave their becoming &ood of the private manufacturers, of whom rethirt)f days, by which time the stalks re dried.. ia had any tangible results. The report of the last ape loyal Frenchmen, w hi c h cently pointed out the anomaly that whereas the next stored up in a heap and covered cfosely on alls1des riment, with Manilla tobacco, ils that the seed did 110t was, how ever, but only packets of tobatco were promised to exclusively wifu cocoanut It is so kept for fifteen days. g:erminate. Part of the Virgin ian seet1 referntd to Ia a partially Among iabels in the German language, that promise had not The tobaf:co is then turned, the lower ost part of the previous chapter all ha'lling been sent out in 1828 by other privileges they ob-been fulfilled, but that the labels are still written in heap being turned up i:o the top, and then again left the Court of Directors of the East Indian Company, tained the right to grow to Frt'nch, as they were before the covered for fifteen days. The leaves are then taken out was raised at Akra, near Calcutta, by tbe Agricultural bacco-for which the soil imptriale de Strasburg." Whether this bas had any one by one and tied up into small bundles, about a and HortiC11lt.ural Society, the processes of cultivation and climate are well enough effect on the German author i ties o not we can not say, handful leaves in each At this stage the curing is finand curing adopted being similar to thoe in use in suited, being v irtl)ally the but the Neue Frankfurter Presse has published a letter ished. The ryots are against the use o f river-water .for Virginia. The produce having been sent to Encbuuf, same as i h the adjoining from a correspondent in Strasburg, in which the writer the crop, though the land on which the tobacco is sowb the following rep ort was received "in a "general letter" Palatinat e, though coupled that negotiations have been opened with a conis cont \ guous to the river. f rom the Court :,..,... with the irksome condition sortium of capitalists, who are will i ng to work the BBLLARY.-The ground is ploughed and manured m The specimen weighed abput twelve pounds, and was of 'being ba>und to !sell their factory on lease for a term of years. On the other hand, the month of July, and for convenicuce of -submitted to the examination of some dealers and man produce to the G o vernment some journals deny the autbenti ity of the rumor ; but divide'cl. into small squares. The seed is sown by haJJd ufacturers of great experience w llo pronounced it.to be at the prices put upon it by the generally well informed, though not official, Elsas-and after the ground has been watered brushwood is 1 be best sample of Indian tObtalk, but it is better to unite them wit h 1\ leaf e(.tt1e the Government monopoly, convened to take place in the course of this month_ in burning of tobacco in a pec'uliar way to the improvement same tobacco, and the bundles should have been placed E6WARD IAMUELSON fc 'CO. and it was in full wotking that city, to take into consideration what steps they of its flavor to be agreeable to a smoker unaccustomed in the package at fult the butts towards the order when the war broke can take w prevent the accomplishment of a contract to it." Sqir a? and Ma11illa tobacco has been grown side; some of the ends of the leaves were doubled ""obn nco out in r87o; and i n Sepso fraught with danger to the interests of the private with success by Mr. Macartney in Saadier. back which practice spoila their appearance, and often .L 1 .E' .., tember of that year, when manufacturers. Masulipatam tobacco has a very good local reputation, breaks them. Th, ese two boxes were received by the fortress capitulated, the and much of it is used in the Nizam's country It is the s.ecrepLry from Capt_am Joh_ nston, and have [-oKBRa BY .A.PPOiliiTJUI:l!IT TO TRJC LoaDS c::oJDIJII&JO'II;JCati OW' bl. h h BRITISRO-IOIAL RePORT UPOdb 'HJC a .A..JIIISTYII .A.DJIIa.U.TY,J esta ts ment, wtt Its ex6:6: very strong. Captain Campbell_, of IDindigul,says that examtne y compete,nt JUdges They are supposed to 813 D.A."E&&II tensive stock of inanufacTOBACCO P.B.ODUOriON. one reasq_n for tjJeinferiority o f Southern Indian tobacco have been pre.pared from. the same gro"tth LIVERPOOL, Ela.D.cl tured and unmanufactured ...,oba--o Ia. Jadla. ; s thott generally the ryot is in the h:mds ljOme merof a small sample was sent .to th.e tobacco, being Government ...._ chant who has advanced !-Jim money for hiS crop, and Court per shtp S1r T!sumas Munro The specunen 1s WCONSICm.flNTS SOLICITED AND PROMPT SALES BFFJI.CTED. fi It h d (,.. -') 1 property, e mto the an insists on taliing if ;JWay: to Trich.inopoly for sale to tht considere.:l to be of good viewed _as India!'-OMA.LII8 A. WULFF, LB BOY BOPI J. SUR of the Germans. It was at Cutting The plants are cut and left on the ground cheroot manufacturers there, who are always clamorous cheroots or ctgars, but not equal til appearance and Lii;ho,ipr.:!.llllr, l'Dntw, ud llatiufacturer oJ \\L first expected that the facas they are, The next day the stalks are for the arrival of the new crop The ryot expostulates flavor to cigars manufactured in Indore, froiD to. tory, with all its valuable dicularly, care being taken not to break the leaves, aRd with the that the lea: is ?ot half cured, and bacc_o of v_anous growth, worth from ?s to 7&. _...B o 0 o contents of machinery and each section is cut in two the stalk thu.s sepathat, if sold at once, his garden Will get a bad name the on tlie n:w matenal. Forelg'fi .& ..:a, stock would be sold off and rated into four parts, each part having from two to four with the cheroot makers. His protestations avail no ctgars (m wth all foretgn manufactured to:. Ml SSI ON MER C HANJ the thrown open, as or five leaves thing. There is n urgent demand for tobacco, and that bacco) hable .to a duty of 9s. per lb., and .the o( COM o, monopolies do not .exist in Cu,ing.-As they are split and cut, the stalks, or is all the merchant cares for, so off it gees to the merthese, whtch are ported Havana, are w _orth from lilaiP&!acto ...... of FINE CIGARS, Saleacom, No, 70 Park Place, Jie t Greenwich St. & Collep Place, NEWYORKo EBEN W. GOODWIN, DEALER IN LEAF 'TOBACCO And FINE CIGARS, No. gge Front 8treet. B e t. & Peck Slip, NEW YORK, TEDT, IIWPTIBG, Alf]) JIANUJ'ACTURER Oi' :r i n e s e &'a r a, 32 Platt Stroot, New York City. A. LIUBtDdTBllf & BROfBEB;- KAlotUPA:OTURERS 01' THE H ELK" and u ONWARi3" C I a A Rs ., .bd. J)lllfll 'l'O!AOCO, Nos: 34 nd 34! Bowery, NEW YORK. J. M. SHJI.PPARD &-Co DAIIvu.La, VA. ] M SHIIIPPAJU>, lllLTOM, N c. .. JOHN M. SHEPP RD Le f 'l'o Dealers, ::D..&:N v 4 .x.ml' v .a... JU OBLUTH A co., Agents, Louisville, ALL TOBACCOS REHANDLED; PACKUtG GUARANTEED. CHARLES JUNGBLUTH Hli:NRY U FRANKI>L. JUNGDI-AUTH co.; GEllmL.&L OOMKISSIOl'f IIEBOB.AJITS.. :arok..er :1.n Leaf Tobaqoo IIDLB A&Bftll Ill Kali'I'IJCK'I' JI'OR JAil. C. -..A.JD;)ABW'8 CJCI.--.A.TJCD Licor ce Paste, M'o.-.d. a-tr-*o --;, TRIC 111UnUI111GNJCD COin'll!IVB!I TO IIIPOR.T .A.XD JI.A.Jf1JW'.A.CTUJlJC I'UilB l!IPAIIUH AJ.II'b 'ft1Ba,JI:Y LIQVOBICJII OW' VNIW'ORII QUALITY .A.liB GUARAJ!IITBICD'.1'0 GIVJC I.A.'tiiiiW'.A.CTIOX TO EVJC&T TOB.A.OClOIIAJIVP.A.OT'Il'JliiiR i'SiliGTHJC &.A.IIJC, RIC RJCJI'JC&I TO TIUI V.A.&IOVS .A.llliOIJIICB-11'1'11 AT JI'OOT, COID'IBm!IG .A.NVR.A.liiiCJC Rlll GIVJC8 .A.!I TRB 1JIIIrotLK OP IIIII BR.A.IIDII .A.11D 1118 1!0 I.A.'I'Uli'Y TIIOIIB 118UiG RU LIQVOBJOJC, TIIB OLD li'AVOIU'I'B B&.A.XD o-,. fr. 0, -sr Oa. U .U.WA.YI RJCADY W'OR DJCLIVJCB.T AT TRIC &ORTICIT lfOTICB, .A.LIO .A.,, 0, 0 p. "1'" c::::> .A.l'ID Hill OTHBR BR.A.JIDII 0., "''ttBKUK P.A.8TJII, ALL 0 .. WIUCR ARIC GIV1li'G Ill CRJCUJCD SA ....... .I.O'I'IO!f, .AJI IIIH.A.IIi'CJC.Q BY THB RAPIDLY G&OWIIIIG D.JCJil&IID .A.liD JClft'I&.B .A.BSBIICJII 0111' _JAltiES G. llcA.NDREW, S& ar -rBR STB.EBT. R.tcRwOIC'D, VA., JM'Y 1 187$ James C Me A11drew, Blq. New Y erk. Dear Sir: We espec.t a etead.Jlncreue in the demand for yaur liquorice. Jftl 1 tloe m&noract...en to wb-we ..U teotli'J aa to Ita .. iform 'l'ld oac:ellent qualltJ. Yoan, truly, f. WRIGHT & CO. LoviSTILU, Ju. 7 1 ] ... C. McAndrew, l!oq N-Yorll. DeU' Sir: We take !lie_.. ill atatiu tllal ol_both s..khdete havo,twen otlti1175 Jamea C "c Andrew Eaq., New; York. Deat-Str. We U...pleU..re ia statlntt that ln mir district your brands of Spantab. and Tilrkllll Liquorice Paate hao in,..riably pwon entire oatioCaqt'l011 to all -""""""" aa1.,. them, quatilJ ..,;., 'lllllf-at all tlmeo We remai.a dear ad.r. JOan: tru ,.._ TH L. JOHNSON & CO THK Burro(f-HOLE PIPE.-This is a novelty intro THE GovERNMENT. To_duced to the London trade, 111.nd it to us _that .B4CCO FACTORY AT SritAS for many p11rposes tbis pipe is likely to wvac.-f'.oar-yearstlayeaow popular. The principle is ex:treme1 y simple. The plfll! elapsed (observe s ab ts attached to the button-hole in the prdinary mauer iish joura.at ] Qf a bouquet-bplder, while the smoke is drawn throu:-h capitulated to the victorious an i11di4 rubber tube. The whole arrangement is :very Germans after a siege and convenient; and to many people who desire to smoke a bombardment of f o r t )' pipe whil e dr\vlng qr riding, or even reading the button eight days, and Alsace was pipe will undoubtedly-be useful. It _may be obreston;d w its original by some that the s mell _of tobacco wtll permeate owners after llav.ing been clothes 1n consequence of Ute use of this pipe, b11t for nearly 200-yeara incor1 we don't thin 'bat need necesaarilf he the case; and \>orated with Fmnce. Dur in any event Wle use of a little scent will put the matter ing thoae two centu. rieJ the 1 ril;ht. province was treated as a Germapy, being alike con-rather the parts into which they are divided, are strung chant's store, where the rich brown color is given to it ns. to 23s per duty paui trary to the spirit o( the on twine about a yard long, each string containing by anticioationi.e., by a painting ofred jaggery water. Further expenment_ s were made 10 I8JIJZ _tn tile people and the laws of that about roo or ISO leaves. Three such strings are pfaced Torts and tons of first-rate tobacco leaf are spoilt in this Akra farm by the Soctety The seed wu sown m beds country : But in these de one over the other1 folding seVJeral rows, and exposed way in India every year." ot rich mould and germinated in and six days. The lusive hopes they were egre to the sun in the fields. are then turned upside TOBACCO CULTIVATION Ilf BENGll.r... plots were hoed. and wee?ed tl:J_ree times, giously mistaken. It is down for three Clays, a11d on the fourth day they are The area under tobacco in Bengal is very large, but and they were n'ngated at d!fferentpenods. The plauts true that the right of culti-separated and left to dry for about eight days, during owing to t h e absence hitherto of any agency in that topped, and suckers erery ten days.. vating the tobacco-plant which period they are turned upside down occasionally. for the collection of statis t ical informatio:.-a were of Pe.rsran, Maryland, and V1rgtatan was conirmed, and even On the ninth morning the strings are -gathered, and if provmce f d h vaneues from acchmatlsed seed!. extended, the growers benot sufficiently moistened by dew are slightly watered now some extent. mblcoursTe ho dretlne e Three different methods of drving and curing were ing at liberty to dispose of anti placed -in circular heaps, tach heap containing 300 prectse extent IS not ascertama e. e a u t smo mg d h d f 1 L d b d h h h a population of Bengal may be_taken, on a very moderate tne : d fif 1 t eir pro uce ree y m he strmgs, an eing so arrange t at t e ea or upper t 00 000 and if each ef. these consulli rst. Four hundred an ty p ants were cut on Feb-best m 'arket they could find, end of the stalks is outward. The heaps are t11en covesumate, a a ch i ttack of tob acco per di...m th:ys ruary 24, hung up in a god own, n.e leaves on the sfem and SUbJ'ect on,r to the erea with straw and lightly pressed unller mats and on an average .... J d d 'ed t' I h sb de Th 1 th [' re resent an annual consumption of more tltaa so ,-an n en tre y m e a e eaves !!'ere en usual tax on the article levstones. r hey are them shifted about every day for odo,ooo lbs. To this should added about ro,ooo,ooo ren !oved from the stems sweated for three aays, and ied in the with five days three times at an interval of two or three days lbs. to represent the quantity exported. -The whole of theil p,-cked. . T which the new German between such tur-ning, and twice again once in eight the tobacco consumed in the P rovince and exported 2nd. hundred and fifty plan,ts were cut, dne.d m Province of Alsace-Lorraine days. If the dampness of the tobacco has not been th d g the day and left -xpose"" to t""e -"'e at f t be said to be locally produced Taking e sun '"10 '" : u 11 uc w has now been incorporated, properly diminished by the 'rocesS-, it is epeated twice rom I may ht The 1 ere then removed m t'ste h lb to repr, sent the ave,.age produce pel n1g eaves W .ro ue IDS, )>ut the business of: the facover, once a fortnight. As the tobacco is cured, the of upwards .of soo,ooo acres would swMted for three _and in tae sun only for four tory 'has been carried on bulk and number vf the heaps geaerally diminish, until represent the land under, tobacco cultivation. It would days longer after whtch they were for account of the State, at last they are formed nto ope heap, the color of the be difficult, however, to verify and record the actual 3rd. One and dned ?DIY m just the same as it was in leaves turning grey by this time. The tobacco is then extent. for in B!ngal, as in most nther pcovinces of sun mto the godbwo m the evenmg, the pro the time of French. sent to markec, and sold per" putty" of maunds [!'ldia fiiuCh of the tobacco consunled is tultivated in ce ss endmg m about a month. The leaves were then Whether this was a wise Jbs. a voir. to the maund), the presept price per -putty ard;n lots and small bits of land adioining the take_n from the. stems, sweated for three days, -and then easure or not, it is not beirJg 30 to 40 rupees, accordinf( to quality. If the g.11 P b se. The largest disput m sun agam f0 far back as the trade, and caused much ill-. A plot of about four square yards is st:t apart after it is tracts, the the time of Claudius; for, in Shakespeare's Hamlet, his feeling towards Germany; ready for sowing. The seed is mixed with double or we 10Jls. 0 t e agers, an t! e Majesty of Denmark, rising from the play, is evidently indeed, it is not saying too trerle its quantity of quicksand to prevent it from being quantity emg .cen_ or consuJ!!p 109 in of a smoke, as he calls for a lip:ht HamJet much when W4! express <'Ur blown away during the sowing. It is then sown broadonly The qualtty also IS miienor fetchmg only half the h h k h' M t Tb t th f d I of the tobacco imported from the diStricts above tbe -smo es h .s aJes Y 1 ad e .cdourt l;rs CJobme belief that a d i fferent policy cast in sma I beds. of two yards by one yard Cow 1 t e 1 r monarc 10 an even1ng-c ou ts evt en, 1or amwould have tended much dung, manure and the husk of the refuse leaves from named. berlain Polonius, mindful ofthe: surrounding lords' (and, more effectually and more indigo vats, finely powdered, are lightly thrown on the In r8rr-72 the total exrorts of COU'Itry fobacco from perhaps, ladies!) wants, vociferates, ,, Lights Lights l rapidly to effect the conciliaseeds, and lightly pressed down by hand. The beds Bengal amounted to near Y 92 000 cwt., a ued at.about Lights!" w hen the company 'adjourns to the smoke tion of t he in.ltabitants than are then at once flooded two or inches deep. On eleven anti a half lakhs of The proportion of rooql' Hamlet must have been a smoker perhaps had is the calie at pre. the third day water is again let into the beds, and the this which was destmed for tne foreign market was t t k th t of his mo th "a J t 't h' d fi fi about 9 soo cwt.' valued at about one lakh &f rupees. JUS'" at ,e,nfi ou k hi ,Hu 'tntb tptuh I 'tn dta sent. .6-pphcattons have process ts repeate once every our or "ays for a k h or e s m: ow 1s 1 a e c ou s been made by the inhabmonth, according to the weather and the nature of tbe For the mar et t e export still hang on you?" The cruel, turbulent, and unscru-itants and the trade for resoil. being valued ta all at ZI,ooo rupees, of whtch the Umted 1 R b d III a depicted b Shakespe ld 1 d f: I G t "'h dl K' d presents 7 ooo and Germany 8 soo the pu ous tc ar s .Y wou te,, an petlttons requent y trmma 1on.- e see mgs come QP m s1x or seven mg om re_ t h t E appe'ar to have been a sour and mtolerant antt-Tobact t th p Cb 1 d after the s f tb d th 1 b t r remat'r.der (S soo) gomg o ot er coun nes m urope 1 d sen o e unceance ays owmg o e see e sot emg 1 cotte; for he speaks dtsparagmg y an even contemplor praying for the abolition neeessary, weede'ening for ten consecutive days. Tben the weeding boot and grows well near the hills, received as a mark of estee m from Queen Isabella a punctual payment of the inc:>mmences. WhUe one man is pouring wa:er, another and was constgaed ettber .tD -Calcutta or to places box of rare cigars The story goes that they cost her stalraents as they fell due following him weeds the ground A temporary well in the district OC Hudly any tobacco majesty a dollar and a quarter apiece, hav-ing been imn_ot being 1 suffi-being_ fetmed so admit of baling water, i.s dowa. to BeDPl the. ported from Cuba,' where they were !Pade from a ctently sattsfactory; and the crop ts lrrJgated by balJDg and left to dry for fout days Provmces. Considerable ,ittAOn has m Bengal, as m superior brand of tobacco. Tttey were of a long slender result wa.'l that every thing Weeding is again ruuautd, and the crop is left alone Bombay, for a long tiiiH! devoted to effons to kilid; with beaurtful fine wrappers. In. consequence o1 remained in statu guu ante, for eight days, after which it is irrigated once every four improve the quality of the mdtgenous tobacoo. In the intimacy which existed be1 tweeu Colonel Deming and the manufacture is condays_, seveo times altCJiether. At this time the plants I 786, when ColonelltoWrt Kycl_ proposed formahon and the Spanish ministel' several of them were preseat tinued to be carried on for are about a cubit and a hiH high, and consist of about of a Botanical Garden he his letter ed to the former. At a public 1mass meeting of tobacco account of the Stat In a doze11 leaves: The beads are now pinched out, and to the Hl Council, descnb ng the growers, held in Hartford some six years since, wheo the meantime the citation suckers are also from time to carefully pincted jects t be attamed: "Tobacc:o.-:i'.,_ spectes of thll the Coloael officiated as one of them was not been. allowed to out. Two or three plants are Jeft alone for seedia2 aroQI&tic !s the northern cucars, and presented. to Hon. James of !his cn,:. d1e Recently, the Straspurposes. About .the time WheD the seed .on these of a quality equal if DOt to that m The identtcal ctgar ls now on.-eJitbthttlon m the Imported burg Chamber of Coml
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, Tobacco' llla.Bufaof.u.rera, JOHN ANDERSON CO-LICORICE IIIIEMIKY, 'I'OBACCO BROKER, lL\NUFACTURERS OF THE 114-116 UBE-RTY STRE.ET, IIEW YORK, Be;r to dl""'t tbe attenUoa of the Dealerio In Tobacco -IJoe ... IDLACE FINECUT mD.'WDIG TOB&OCO, THOMA;;;:. HOYT If. CO .. -"'hicla 'lo'belag oace mono 111011aladured aadr the u OL F'medte oupervlalon oi the origiuator, :MR. JOHN Fine Cut Chewing and SMDKII!'II & SNUFF, r.IRANDS CHEWING, HEARTS' DELIGHT, "ATIONAL, BRIGHT <>WEN, EXTRA CAVENDISH. aad .+06 Pearl St., New York. Cit .... -oow ltaDdlt, as formerly, without a rivaL omers forwamed thronrh tlae noaa! chaooela will meet wttb proaapt atteutiou.. J0'1ii!I:N lr tACo ll.o\.IIDA.CTWil&B QP ALL Gll.ADBS dW ()at 6luwiug, ad 8oa1tlltt4 T .OBA.CCO HARVEiT' fl "SURPRISE" IN _FOIL IVANHOE II JOLLY BOYS SMOKINC. .176 & 178 First St .. Brooklvn, E. D. JOHN F. FLAGG, ISAA; .. .'wALLIS & CO. KXTRio.. Tobr.eco manufactorem and the tmde general are particularly t,o ex amine aad test the BUpelwr properties ot this LICORICE, which, being n11w 'nuught to the highest perfection, is uader t.he above style of braJid. WearealsoSOLE forthe b."'MJd, I r. &. &. c. to be the best rn the And for the brand of Licorice S.tick INOm. & 00., tn all respects eq=l to CALABRL.. We have no Cons11mers an4 J obbel'f! would do lV!lll to a.pJ!ly direct. Licorice 'Boot, select and1ordioary, oon&taDtl1 DU hand. OOMEZ & ARGUIMBAU. 29 & Zl SCUTH WllLIAI STREET 143 WATER STREET, '.NEW YORK. JOHN TOBACCO BROKER 127 Pearl i:reet; NEW YORK. CHAS. E. FISCHER&. BRO. TOBACCO 131 Water Chas. E. Fischer.! H. W. Fioche,. NEW YORK. ri Licorice -Paste and Sticks. J. 8 C.A s & SON, est Fine: Lona: -Cut Cannilisb Por Phae, Wboleale alld Retail Tra4e. ,. BRANDS:-Excellellt, Perique, Turkloh, Latakia, s w.s. F.W.S ... Sterry Extra. I P. s., Baracoo and PJ&natena. DeRosa. BEt SMOKIN. O TOBACCOS, 1-Oreeo Seal'r Golcleo Bar, California. E::r,llah Bircl'a ._,, 2 ..... lt.a Black ood .... Golden Fleec, Vlrgill a Stralrht C!it, Excelsior Ml:lls and Favorite M:il1s .... I;" Uoldeo Spect,..,, PIDRJ4lU:E 1N CARROTTEB. Powdered Licorice. ID GOODWIN. & CO., Gum Arable, Olive Oil, Tonqua Beans, = .ij Jmm CUT-t-;;;c AND ALL SPECIALITIES FOR TOBACCO e llttli 1 uBACCO AND CIGABS, r : g & 2o9 YAI'Eil Bxw YoRK. Weaver & Sterry, t:J D. & CO., 0 CU.:EBJLt.TED !'B- Prvo roo-, s-. .. Jf, ll-tJ' Froto .. .rto.. MANUFACTURER OF lUlfili'ACTORY AND SA!.JliROO'M, "IiJmeu Brother:{ Celebrated Rnl'Pi'ln coRNEt Of AvENue o AND rer" sraEo.J .lllliUIW flew York CICARaTTES AND. ____ ...;... _____ .-. I FINE TOBACCOS, WEST BBO.A.DW.A_Y, JfEW YOR.K DEPOT & AGENCY Of the Manufacture of G. W. GAIL & r. ROVJ:R. AND All FOR TOBACCO MflNUF,.CTURERS. SONS & PFFICE, {)AR 'STRtt\' POWDitliD tlQUOlUO;. robc:&c co Bro'lt:er, .lVo. M BRO.&D STREET, NEW YORK. 11. Rader & TOBACOO BROKERS, .::,"j NEW YORK. J. SCHIII'rl', Jr. BALTIMORE, FINE8T QUALITY. SmokinK.... 1 Tobaoco, flanufaotured at Pwgbkeepsle, New-York. MANUFACTURED BY GU'FORD, SHERIAlf & JN.KIS I TOBACCO BROIBB, AT WALTER B. PIERCE, 120 lJTICA, N. V, ""-67 -n'll<._ _y.a.nlr, I 182 Wate:.. St., ao PEAnL pzw Yomt. .t: KAEPPEL; Atreta MRS.', I. B. MILLER A CO.,. !OB!CCO .II!BUF!CTORY, Thiti Bnwd of Smoking is as dark. colored and aa ..., nzx Tf "U':Q.J.l. NEW tharouahly cuTe(! as Havana. A. SHACK. TOBACCG ....... OULD---, SSPA!!R.SHILPINEESN, mo B nco B RO"'[IR (P.J!TI!iR D. COLLINS, .:.a..ArW'-11 A '.(.OO,oootosoo,oooft..J.fnchands-S,sawedtowtdths,dry J A" A.[l And all W,fds of Goo4!e used for po.ttiug up Smok.. anfll and at a low figure. 97 Columbla Street; r o .. iogToba.oco. Also, .complete assortment of can order x,ooo ft. ot' more, as a ...J. .. Saokera' ArtJdes for the Trade. sample. LONG ISLAND SAw .MrlD PLAN.lNG MILLS, COR. N 0 1.,9 Maiden Lane Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, the only Genuine American Gentle 111an &luff; lllrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Mu:caboy and Scotch Snuff; A. H .Mickle & S011s'Forest Rose and Grape Tobacco; Mn. G. B. llfitler a: Co. Reserve Smoking a:nd Chewim'g Toba<:co. IEl.G:::&I El. SOLE AGENT fOR CAMPBELL LANE & co lOJSLD A'ND LD'EN MANUFlCTURERSOF .,[ BAGS, fDB&CCO AJID CIGARS 4tf: St., l'erk. AND DKALkU nt 1 Orders prorr: ptljr attended to at the no.:Jce SNUFF.. PIPES, etc., IT 484 BROAD STREO, ifw&R1 CiKar Manufacturers J P. SARRAZIN'S LOBISIANAPBRIQUE SMOKING TOBACCO Also, Perique Tobacco in Ca.rrottes, WATEB. STREET, tu:W YORK. .&liD D CALDWELL N. RIPPENREIMER & MAURER. Prao'tt.oa.J. L:l:tl:a.osra.phera. ENCRAVERS AND PRINTERS, BY STEAJl POWER AND HAl'ID PR.EIII:ES, RDER. MANUFACTURER OF fOWiilDA rGB&OCO WORXS AJm Olo.&a XAXl7FACTOB.Y, -..::w,i s BUCHNER, .-: ae OBar&, to RoBrTc:fucx: & TAUSSIG .0. 11 Bowery 7 XAl!rt!YAc:t'1:TJUca OP ,111-CUT CBIWI.G I\IEW YORK. AND SMOKlNG OI&ABS, Havana Sixes, Cheroots, J"i:D.e DELANCEY STREET :--a 11rEW YOU. l4"1 149 A"rrOBliEY STREET, _...,.,oet,..,.....oithefollowl"rBrandllef'Kn.uciC...,_ Gt.Accv, NEW YORK e Uo ......... WlacJo-..r, JACOB ICNLOSUR, Lea!-, Checlaa Bea._ P"::'rletoro of the celebrated brand "Rf!Jlubltc a...__ .. -Rll'h aedDry. Other favorite llnilcl _.se ... 01'11. IUCB.UAN & LYALL, s OB..n_L._B I .,.. .OFFICB,, ... ... 154 llew York, .MaDDact.u:w Qf tloe beat -de of 18. 2 FIRST BISTRICT, SoUTH' BfiOOil.YI, :riN'B O!CJAR.S, KTROPOLITAN SOLE IUNUFACTURRS en ... r o &; DlllilLAIJ -., C Ill II( .. o .G r ....1 D .. .... z 1 C .., t= ... I > so __, Q '"' P' w beJif the trade that we are the Sole Maaufactuf'er& nf tbe far that other partie. contesllpl Ate imitating them aitd substituting Tobaceo ;ountry, therefore we c.aatiOR the public not to purchase any 8. JACOBY.._ CO. MAYER BROTHERS, 4 9 ldU TCHOUPI1'0ULAS ST NaW ORLIEAN8, LA., SOLE WHOLESALE SELLIN& AIEttTS FOR MANILA CII'ABS, For LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, and TEXAS. mT.A.EIEl.OC>:K. :BJA.TON,. No.7 COMMERCIAL ST., BOSTON, SOLE WHOLESALE 8EI:I.I NC ACENT8, For Lk NOVJIDAD, :ru.NILASl ancl OVALADOS CIG.ABS, FOB. THE !fEW EJIGLAlfD STATES. OEI" A.. 'VV.' \N' I I iD:JDB, &8. KILBY and 98 WATER STREET, BOS'rON, SOI.ll: W B:O:Lli:SA::t.ll: S:STJTNC ACBV'r 1 0 FOR THE !'LA ROSA d "Q.OVE TAIL" PATENTED BRA:JIIDS 43 Liberty Street, opposite Post,Offlce, IKJ?03. 'r:I:IB.S Olf SKOB'E"A.,$ A3.TICT,ES; DEALERS IN TOBACCO. SECARS, .SNUFFS," UifltARca di&a fACJiiloiO'f. _FOSTER, HILSON&' CO., MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIG RS E. l\1. FOSTER. TEl: ::&f HAR. 2!. ._ ....... .... 7 Spulsh I. 3S ydo. .._ a .... d Yeu-s-8 I. ,. ydli. a.oe Broad Red. s-8 L 78 yda. OS -.. .. r. ,.J!I.. ,,, s-11 .. 1. .,._,..._ >.os Yellow 7-8 Amerltu l. ,._ loS LeDIIre YeD-7 JI. yda. 'SO Le ...... ReCl 7'8 ,. L yds. ,,ao LoDclr.,. Yellow 7-8 German yds. !5 Load.re YeUow 13-1' 34 Jd,a. s.,. -& s-8 "vcis. BrOad YeliAnv s.a yds. 75 Breed R.e4 s..s .. ,, 1:a yds. Banow Yellow 4..s .. ,. ,... .,.s .!Iarrow Red. 4-8 72 yda. Jrarxow YeUow-4.S ,") 72 yds. .. s 5aaorow R.il!!ld 4 73 1.2$ NIUTOW YellOW' Box an.-, ,.,.d 95< !fiUTOW Red Box Rlb.boa, ,. yjs, ,..,., TERMf-CA&W. ALL ORJJEitS WILl. B& aaacUiSD WILLIAJl WICIDI .. CO, HENRY WULS ( ... 1 t ... Ill" ....... t.-; 25 Myrtle AYeDUe, Brooklyn. 'Cleo _,. .... tlul ............ Qnoa-.la&JatJ Internal Revenu.e Books. Tb Original Iatemal Revenue Publh1hing HoU6t:. :c. JOURCENSEN, ,. I SOLE SUCCESSOR TO aSTIIE S MJTH, P. 0 Bos s,6>7, 37 LIBERTY 8'1'1, Jll, Y. llrali41Jii Iroua 1114 Stencils" a .. Specialtr. Of every de&Cril!lleo t l.eWiat Priceo. SEND fOR PJUC&S. WAl. of Glyeeriae, Gum, &c. 1 ,., lit.. .JI'Uae j'or 04/arettes, de. W ilrrMANN BROTHtllS, 3'1 K.UDII L&lU:, liJIW .ax. PJOJBBJ TOBACCO CftiP!IY, STAR OF BROOKLYN. N. Y GEO. lL l.YFCBD, Pres. J. :E. SAN!C:RN', Bee. E J Wlr!'LOC!, 'l'reu. BVSilfESS OFFICU 128 Prol1t Street, New York; I T t e CEN,-wAL WHARF, BOSTON. MANUFACTURERS ()F'T.HE WELL;.KNOWN" "ramT em," and numerous othe;r GIIUBILAL!IIIID Brands of PtU& JOBACCO. !POl' .Am; maNIA IG Tbe be8t. te.-ult.' oa :r'OBACCO, and preferrt!d to .Peru'liao Guauo Price, 855 PER TOll, Ill BALTIBORJC, Apply B,lftLER, CliEltiCAL SUI't1t-PHoSPilATE WORKS, B.<JJ(OR :S. OORE, (Establiahecl lsBJ, Pateatee and Manufacturer of JDntiril,-Mew Bt)'les of WHITI, m!L AND JOOD SHOW CASES. I Pateated April Hd ind Aup1t ntb, JS62 i :May ,.tb, >1169; aod July t8th, tS,I. For whl.ch lint Premt_. h\.., beea awardeclat doe American Inatjtu.te, :r.864i;,tS,o. t!7r, l8-z3 ; State Fair, ; Yirrinia State raiT, rR?O South Czroli.a .... .S,O; P.._..,t Park Fair, Brooklyn, L I., 18oO. N. B.-Sbow Cue. of every ckecription corwrtant'IY oo and r.udy for ahippinc ,,., any part of Uoitt'!d State!!! ioUl>d Ca.11adaa. All aald warrauted a:s repreMnted. c;:f ... ""' 30 ..., 58, ,., a.. 98, '"" a97i S!BG Greea.wich St., New York lb::.' .... Jia. ]S, f IOO. s-,__ ___ .... S---'""'-"-"lniJI

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