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

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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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' VOL XI.-NO. 8. NEW YORK,.WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7,1875. WHOLE-N0.528 l&t lolrltto IS PVJILISHED .,. ... I !VB! KOUDrll 31' TJlllf111Aoo& Lll J" 'PUBLISHING 00, 14:1 Fulton St., New YO<'I'k. IU.G._; lldltor. .S liBAFI' ......,. r .All tera o11oiiid. be "'1'111 !I'OUCGO LUr'' l111LIIliDUI CO. Term of the Paper : $INGLa Cor1u, ao CENTS 0.& Vua. .. ... .. ,... lbx UolfTKS, .. 1 -.. a 10 Taua MoNTHS, .. .. -t O! lir ll.......,bel that the coat to the yeu y or montb!J u wu a .... Eipt Cmt1 .. ... ANNUAL SUBSC!liPTIOIIl& AJIBOAD. Gau.'r BRITANI ANI> CANAIIA ft BaaMKN, HAM8U&G AliD TH& o8 AUSTkALJA, &TC., V'iA ENGLAND, .. :,a .. f.;; e -1.: accompaaled by tbe correspoadln -ouot. oRem1ttaoceoot-lcl,laeftr}'l_,oe,bemade by money-order1 clleclr. or draft. 111111 101'0 liable to be otoleu, -can oaly be oent at tltet rraorlolr. to the oeader. TK& ToaAcco cOIIUileudo ltoeU: to"""' one tu any way latereeted ln tobacco, If tiler grower,muofadurerord'H.tu. ltalvea aDDually an 1-1m01111t oflaforaatfoa tile ucl thua cottNlttee lttelf"" a NM """ that baa aloe beeo recopbed u alaDdin at the beod of opec tal trade pobtlcatloao. Ito martr.et reporto are ratl Olld ubauotln, and from every qaarter ol tlae pole tobacco laoold. lir It II the ONLY -'lly J>Gblkatlon uten .S.veli devoted to tobacco. ._ V w Adwrlii"r R.U1 TWrtl P.rrl AhoajM"''"' of Bi Pii4S State Lee Geo. 150 !!tate. IU811ES8 DIUIJHII Of ADVBIISIBS The Hatch LithM!aplc Co., so_ ot; 34 Vooey H"eppeuhelmer 11 Nortll Willi- Cig-.Boll L..h U:arket Sal.,..,. a De Leeaw, 6 Aoylu li'E'W 'I'O&Jl. TobAcco &Mirll, 11' lUI. A,.ew w. a aa4 ,...,.....,,_ Zl,_ w. a Co., 197 wtuaz.. Abaea a. Dehlt,-190 Pearl. AU... Jail 171 Water. M#f"' of' K:innr)l Bro1r Lni Appleb)oaHelae,IJJ W-. Klaaey F. "g 141 Weot JlroMwaJ. .1.-hleb a MIGCiencna, ll a"'" Water. Cir Jl6altl.. B-ettA: Mactr. 16! .w'a..... II. "-., ParL Ber11-Juliu,_,l'url. ........,, "" Ma,o a eo., .. B...t. J1trtqJt tmd auuer c..... c;,., .u...JJ.. BowM. Slip. Browu, A.. lit F. S7 61 Lewuo Brocl M., s Lone. IOrickl H. W ., ioDtb. Balldey,lloeoteln .. Galla, IOIIIII'aldft lAM. ('-A. H. 66 Broad o,ltlu U. s. SiNk/. ;ro; JK-uu. Cnwfa E. -Ill. 161 Waler. KJeiD, H. 1:. &: Co., 1t5 Pearl. D-... CarroU Ill Co 104 Front. cz _. JWnltl h<11 tl o...-,. Dllllal E-n :r--r J!aert Will. a Co., 171 PearL B-A.. : r., !f Lewla. -Jlolnlbach. r. u Sbdo A,. -/. M#Uids. Pollr. G. & !ko., 171 I Borl!feldt )1, ll.lfallJl. R, F'tDepot, White Dj' Mdp/ f;z., N,,./d,. '""' Frlnd E. & c;. & l,;o., n9 Maldelt Lan, o. Sltaj111c Ganlner. J. M. II: Co., 14 boat. I Terwlllicer & Lockwood, !4 Malden Lane Glll'th D. }., Son II: Co., 44 Broad. MaJJbr -llz1 GuoertJ.L.&Bro.,l6oWate<. Zeit k R --'-Genhel 1.. A 86 Maiden Lone. en a ouna. Gutllrle Ill r:.. u F1oat. TliMet:t! Cutltr. Hamburger f. & Ce., t50 Water. X inney Francis S., 141 West Broadwar Hawes. Chas. a., n.J Malden Laae. Wu.latein Henry, 67 Tbtrd awe. ilm:! .. "La;;,..,.;: Jt.u.i-. Cr"z-antiu. Hofmall a111.,.uet & SOil, 149 Watu Ec'lr.meyer & Co., 411 Brood &nd 411 New Kala& Co., Pearl ...... Xlnolcut TbeJil&L 5 Broad. Gwmua-mencao, cor. and Cedar. & S.bell,J39 Bowery. Err-,. IJ'ootJ, Xre!IOeruerc Ill Oo., l .. Pean. B l:acbeDbnlclr Ill a.., "'""" Jooepto,.... roadway. Lam>tte A. c., uo. !"earl Internal B.Uz. Lederer a Fischel, liS Purl JoDlpnaeo, e. 37 Liberty. -Lenn M. H., 16> Pearl. 1 Jladw1. / llcFatl & 33 Murray. Sternbef'K"r, M. & S. 44 Excbang Race. f MaitlaDl Robert L .f3 BrO.d. s-,oki"r Martin&: }oftnsoa, r66 Water. Wilson, Geo. B. J.fS Water. Mayer } eoepb, So .... n Fie, LoK ntl Staight Meyer A. 0. L & 0., u Beaver. Cut Cavmdish. Oatman Alva, 166 Watet. Pecare LouisN. 11.jobn. I Oppenheimer, M:. tk Brother, 138 Oitlnger Brothers 41 Broad St. Manufocturtr of kO".V Casts, Palme & Scov\lle,.zto Water. Core, W. H. t33 Chatham. P.rloe Wm. M. & Cq., n9 MalcMa Lane. Tin Fnt/IW Ci.rardtu. Quio, j. P &: Co.1.3q_J:lroad,. Wittemaon Bros., 37 Maldeo Lape. ltead & Co., tt 0 d Slip. S!JIW Cards a1Ul Lo.!Mis. R.eiiiD&DD. G. l1t PearJ. 1 "fltttemann Bros 37 Maiden Lane. Booeuwald, E.' a Bro.,145 Water. ALB.AlfY Jl', Y. 191 Pearl. Afanu factunrs o f Ttl;acco. SaWJOI, wallace i' Co.:z.47 Broad. Greer' A. Sons. Su Broadway. Schmltt J. & Co., x6 waa.r. ... LTIIIO"""' Sclu'oed.,. & llo11o WJOtn. -Schroeder a Koch, a6 P .. rl. T,bocco Scltuba'tt H. &Oo., 1 Wa._, t Albrecht P. A. o Gernwt. Spencer, Bros. & Co.,JS loblden Lane lloyd W .A. I; Co., 33 Soutll. !iplngarn, E .S Co., S BuztiDg Slip. Dreoel W. and Ca&to Cbrlitmim Co. coi. 111oollolpp{and Peart. Feodrido FCilllc:il. I .. Schn'l>ertto. C. G. lmytllel". W. Ill Co., 30 Korth Jobll, LOl!'U'VIW.'L Jb, RiuK Ttbc'" .,.,. .. ftUtarrrl. l'lnxea J k Broo., 194-lt",laeob. MafiUIUrrrt of ClutuiK 1'..Aauo. Company. Tohacco C...-issloo Mktllnll. Wlclr.s G. W. & Co., .llaio. ToiNuco Gunther Geo F. Meier, Wm. G Co., 56 Snenth. N alb, M.. B., 371 Ma;o. T/J6MCI1 a.J DUtlnT iJt T6btll A(.,.. Su;,;Jin. Jull41:blath & Co., 3' l'Mrd. 'JOi>hm in f'/1 Ai!fds 'of MJacturtd l"f'trttJ .rr.tl Dollr't CtgQr>, Meier, ao:a West Main. Tacbau. C. G. & Oo,, :au lla.i..n. Dt11l1r in Tobauo. Pn1r9fl, W. F., 83 Eighth. Stumna.co. Armistead L. L. Carroll Jon W. Sloae, Jolla W. Tab.ae('A MerChant. Nowlins, &:. Co. 9. D t.sltr,in Ltof To bacco; Schu\oerth, H. C. JI'EWABK 111'. J, Curtpbetl, Laae & Co., 4&4liro>.d. J SchHIA.. w JY.,,..OI/#1 : Buytr oj Tllituttl. HoJrman, l,ee llr Co., i3 Eubange Plaoe. AU,.fMIIIm, "' ... Reaoens C. 55 Broad. Marborg Brothers, I4S to 149 S. Cbatleo7 Arch. EdWard., G. w. 1: Co., b North Front. Jiioenlolrr Wo>. 4o Co., us Soath. Water Jll.c Dowell M E; Ill Co., 39 Nortll Walel Jdeyet"' 1c Randa1 1 :159 Mark"et SarU J Blnaldo & (lo,, p.Nortll 'Water. Bchmdl Ill .lieU, S31 South Becond. SOtn:r, Graeff a COok, 105 North Water Steip Bmltll Bros Ill Knecht, :OS Race. Toller Hrothen, "1 Nortll Third. Vetterlein J. & Co., III Arch. Woodward, Garrett lit Oo. S3 NGrth Water Manufotuf'm oT Fitu-411 w-. PtUktrs / Swl Ltf Tol>uco. Wells. Eller & Ka-1. 110 Pwlt Ha E v L So w wes, w ater. Ahnfo<"'"" of Clr BBOOa.LYJI', Y. Bondy CboYn f Foster. Hilson II< Co., 79 Cltambera FlaJI ]obn P:. & Co., 176 and 176 Flnt. Frey BToo. lit Oo. 44 V-y T ..... u-O.ttillf Macliwry. -... .,.. wut&tela Hartcora J. A 16 JI'Mk...h l)u/tr ;, .,J Domic Jacoby S. II< Co., :100 (.;batllam Sq. a 5 & 7 Doyer. b Kaufman .liroa. & Boody, 119 & 151 Gr.and .. ecq Kerbs .t1i Spies, ,u llowetJ Zlnk G. W 1g8,Pearl. Levy .Broo. 10 a 1> BowetJ :llfanufa'tturers of Grap ,. Llchtenotetu .A .Sil Pearl CaM S. 8. 1: Oo 1 Soath Sullo A New-k. 76 Plllk Pl..,. lll"''ftu:iwnr Df tul .o..1w ioa r..-u.. Tabel a l<<>brbesc, 10 Pwk Place. Mauer c. F., 1s, Clark. lit Kallo, ""'lit .,. ... .....,. IH.Jm I Ltf Tot.-. ,IUnwl'_, I} Tiu ....,.. Cic Broo., 'Well .Rudulplt. llondJ l.ua rlto, Bowery M.ottf-ctl.rt" of Fi O.t CA...,ioz "'"' &to.i-BeiU'enaHentJJ.6! Pine .,_" -Geor 195 Part g, .. e ..,,.,,,. ttl L.tif T.H. O.eeuball A., 4i Well Broad..y. 11 and>4 Water. Jt.asprowlca A & Bro. 1<8 CUmbH TD Water Adariu Ill Lewlo, 8 Lake Saacbea, a Ill Co., tJOo rso at .,. MI. LuL WMIN,U, Ikaler in Cigwrt tmtl of 11-T.-.,., Luonoeo cor. Plftlt AlmlraH J. ). s6 Cedar "" CIJI'CDOI.A'I'L Coota Jac;nto 183 Pearl Dushr I H(ITJ(I"" attll Ihttuitk L.af N.-.eo. Gwda F.167 WaiAft' lleHden Kenrt .,_Bro., 161-165 Peul Gooaole A. 1., Water: Kallay Rich Ill Broth .. 115 'W"Ot F..-t. lteitJ Horoce R .,. Co. ,lBea'oer .Deollt'l;, Spt,iM atul L.taf Ttl<co. w.,..,. J. M. &: Co., 14 c-. ....,... 46 ,Front. Wron.la F .tCo. u H., Wol .. t Paoc:eal E. Bn>tiler .It Co. 156 W-8eauunl L. It 3 Weot Front. Po .... kl & o .. rro. 83 WWI&IIlo Slt...;T. H., 47 v;oo of Fitu (jjg-us. Frcchie A. M. & Co 43 N onh iroot PITTSB11B.OB. Pa.l Tobauo c-ission MtJJdtaltts. Hemphill Wm. & Co. 143 First ave Maftu"'"" f Stto/f. Weyman & Bro., 79aod 81 &nit!rtield. Manufaetut'ers "Errtlliw SjJUII Rll" and Otlt:er Tobaa, J ooeph, & Co., lo ltut o....loee, ap.e Hooue Bto.lr. J KoDltu Cbao., 30 Eut Water 11'DCl.A., Jt. y Ma.IMI"' of Tiu 0rt Cf,.,"t .. ""-' 1 J"'Ine E. c !l ) ... E. F, .fr "1:. ? lht lsbacco NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. 1875 lEW .IDVERTISEIEITS THIS WEEK. FOVRfH PAGI!. l"?to Coa\11 Importer of Havana 'tobacco; tiJ Pearl Street, New NOW I REACY! $4.00: By Mail, $4.50 "THE TOBACCO PUB.CQ., 148 Sb..t, To the Tra.de in other ----The following firms have kindly consented to act as our agents for the sale of the Directory in the cities naliled. Order$ left w\th thent will .be filled nt the rate of Four Dollars per copy: B<IIIIO.BJI:, ED. WISCHMEY&R & 00., COllUIOioSJon Mercbanll and Dealen io Tobacco and CJaar, 39 South Cal ... '"lrt. CHI8.&GO. AD Alii'S ol LEWIS, Tobacco Manulactures,1 A&ento, 8 Lake Street. tlnrCilOi.&TL R. MALLAV Ill BRO., Wholeoalo Deolera I Leaf Tol>acco, 1 'x5 and n7 W.t Front &tnet. OAKVILLE, 1T A. Petrtbertoo & Peon, Tobacco ,Commisaion Merchants, Dt7RH.&lll, N.c. J. R. Morris, Editor u North Carolica Tobacco Leaf and Cotton Pfant." LOUISVILLE. JUNGBLUTH & CO .. Genoral Como>lulon Merchants and Bro kers In Leaf 'tobacco, 33 Tbtrd Street. t. YlOrCHJ11lBG, V ,&, Younger & Co. Tobacco Commluiou Merchnt.. wk. EibENLOH R If CO. ; Paclr.era and Dealen iD LNf Tobaoco ; ns Soutll Street. PITTSB1JRGH. MA U.L &: GR0TE, Wholeoale Dealers In Havana and Dorlteitlc Leo! Tobacco, 374 Penn Ave RICRliiOl'fD, VA. R. A. iUo, Tobacco Brolr.e1'. 1 I IT LOUIS. C. & R. DORMtTZER & CO., Commilllloll Mercbanto and Dealen In ur aod u3 Market Street. Clm PLATFCltl FOB 1875. l Increase the 'Revenue from the 'weed to FORTY tl l by Fixing the I Tax .PBIIMANENTL Y SIXTBEN OEDTTS per Pound on Tobacco and Snuff and FRED'K DeBARY co., 41 & 43' WARREN STREET, NEW YORK. ... SOLE F9R THE SALE OF "tHE I -;.1 BL PR.Il\IOIPB DB CJALBS.CICJAR.B, Maltufactured at the KEY WEST BRANCH of the elebrated E1 Prillcipe da Gales Manufactory of Havma, J .AND-IMPOIITE1t8 OF NAVAltA CICAII I C. W ALLEN. A. D. ELLIS. KE WEST HAV SEIDENBERG CO., 19 Dey' Street, New York, .Proprietors .ef dle. HORACE R. KELLY tc CO., 'l I T (Successors to ROBERT E. KELLY 8c CO.,) IIPOBTERS QF HAVAIA TOBAOOO, 34 BEA V:ER STREET. NEW YORK. 1 LBA. P TOB.ACCO EXAJII"'l'EL HOJI'FIIUN: all parties who tnfrlnge on our Trade M..-..; { w. tc..C. E I Acquired under the Laws of the UnJted prosecuted by Law, -.. States, that they Olloe, '85 Pine St. .. OOJ'OBEJt S. 1 Ji'J"-, as long as he sold stamps through agents he was 1s at last slowly dawntng upon h1m discharging tobacco from tu liabilities He violated his duty in selling stamps at prim not1justified by the AN. OMISSION AND ..ITS COlfiiEb A NPT-SRELL, law, and the long and short of it that he is noW' ex" P-er Thoueand on Ciaoara. for the paymen of taxes o_n this article, and position. knowledge of this fact 1 .' torting from otht:rs the penalties due his own short QUEN'CES. to be to annovnce tllat comings as a public serval\t As many pounds 6f to I 1 of the trade and; tile ; arg_uments of TJ1E ;LEAF-urged bacco are legally free as the number of twenty-cent We are reminded by personaJ observaticn, nume:F-J in season and out of i)een without stamps sold by revenue officers. cus complaints, qf the mistake made by our fine.cut: Jegiti!fl'ate effect. The Secretarr.'OI the Tre.asury H!re we have lie whole in a nut-shell. tobacco manufacturers in neglecting, during the recellt is reported to have decicled on tbe 3ut ult. to teceiv If the Commissioner is right in ruling that the new taxse.Ssion of Congress, 10 have the existing rlistinctiou m .!i'ritten arguments in favor of a rehearing of the decis : rate went into effect on the zd ult : be certainly diSO* relation to the manner _of pac!ting cut chewing aocl .<>f CommissioPt!r in regard to the collec beyed the law when allowed his ag,.nts, the smoking tobacco expunged from the internal revenue 'tion of the tax on Thi:o i s to sell old s.tamps. tQe Jd. this dilem' law. In many retail and throUKb wording of the telegram, and it would seem 'that tJ:!e "'a we see no eseape for:the Commissioner. His ruling is out Jhe can be seen all bmes cut tobacco O'D Secretary's decision has been eirectly l:iy the either right or wrong. lJf right, then he allowed his up m ten-pound pails a.nd other bulk packa:es_.. action mar,ufactqrers represented by exsubord:nates to disobey the law by selling stamps at 'wh IS u : sed almostas' Congressman S)Dith_, of that State. But while t our Virtwt:nty cents and five dollars on the 3d day of March. smokmg tobacco. Tbe;;&law ,make$ ,It a friends have been thus active, the trade elsewhere If wrong, as the trade claim, it should ile at once re offence up _for sal_e, or offer for sale, IS have not been idle We publi!\}1 in anQiher column, d I t ho ld t'" t d b h d r0 as sn : 10kmg tobaccotn packages exceedmg &txteen n no even s u .. e ra e e pums e ,, r tke resoluti9ns adopted at a meeting of the National d' h 1 1 'd d b h R ounces m wetght, All tobacco, there fore, of the descnpt acttog accor mg to t e ru es a1 own y t e evenue . Fine-cut Tobacco in this city, which evi t10n mentioned placed upon the market m pa1ls, or other d I b d "'' h' h '11 b Bureau. One regulations prescnbes that bulk packages is so placed both in violatt'on of law and' ent y meal) u5;1ness, an J 'roll)w 1c 1t w1 e seen h 11 be h a f h C 11 All d tb d . s a pure a.se o t e o ectors. ay on e 3 1 d d f h h d that the AssocJatJOJl proooses m case the CommiSSIOner regu allons, an m errogauon o t e r1g ts an mtereats '. ult. the latter were selhng them at the old rates. Iftht.y f h r d d 1 b d' does not mean ume reverse fi1s extraordmarv deCISion . c t ose manu.acturers an ea ers who, m o e tence to erred m so domg, throu.,.h want of proper mformauon 1 d 1 fi r d 1 to appeal to the Courts to obtam 'the needed reltef. "'. aw an regu attnn, re use to matnu.acture or ea tn . from the Commtsstoner 1t surely Js not Just to pumsh c. 1 h We also publtsq the protest of the LoUISVIlle trade ;:,evera wtth1p the past -etghteen mont s we have the purchaser:o for acts wht cb were cle;ylv lawful when _. f: .. wh1ch will be found to beaver)' stroni document. In urge .. upon manu aeturers the lllecesstty o, makmg a commenting upon I it, Louisville Couritr :Journal united effort to have the law an tended, so that botlb 'thus strikes at th'e heart of question: Thts so e l ear to 'US thant appea:rs .strange that classes of tpbacco could be packed in the same manner,. I 1'{lletber stamps were bought for speelllatiTe pi:Jrposell the CommJaSJoner should for a to if it was desirable to do so, either for their own conwas a matter'"'witlt the bas f Uy thfl of IOD. ven ience, or for the -prevention of ihe cond\tion oi _nrathln&: to dq. The Eurchaseof stamps I& the method own ruling he placec;l htmself-not the tr;.de-m an to which attention is now directed and which is so much. '. d 0 ...

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deplored by the se whose business is nroml11.,f cially F o r some r or other !lOtion was dela and now the seri <. quences of til e omission t. take Steps 'to ave L t w flar1 ev en SO long &f,01 WaS an e of 110 small magnitude, are e very where paioiully appar It would be bo t h unjus t and untrue to as>ert that those manufactU&"ere aild dealers who are trafficking in this style of tobacco are gu. ilty of any intentional i rregu lari ty i n what they are doin 1 e They believe the original cause of the dist i n c tion between the two cl a ases of tGbacco having been rendered inoperative by the adop tion of a un if or:u of tax, and there being no pro visi!Hl f'or .la.vr prohib iting the cutting of tobacco, ..-..ilNy fo r eDewing purpoaes, as coene in t -ture u consumers may desire, nor -any prohibition agai nst the use of chewing tob a cco <>r smoling if \:OD sumers are disposed to make th a t tlse of it--that they have a perfect right, under the Jaw, to. pack and sell what they call chewing tobacco i n pails, even' i f it id an con sumed in pipes afterward s A d any means, w r thout warrant in fact. The nowhere declares how coarse dr-how fine the thread ,. bills, and the &!mo!>t un11verS:IH Crop o( r8zo-Connectieand Massachuse\11, I .Freigllts-Messrs. Carey & Yale, Freight Brokers, the fate of the next cases, ot for export' 57 cases Crop ef tS;tr-reporttobacco freights as follows: Liverpool, per steam, ,.,,. pen4s on the weadfer in June; that with wet, Connecticut iiUid MassacltUetts, roo cases; Oh10, 127 305. ; per saU, '5s. Lon'd9'1. per steam, 30s ; per sail, NEw YoRK, ifllri/6, 1875 weatlrer then an average crop may be made, while a bot, cases, cases; Wisconsin, 23 cases, :zss., Gltsgow, per steaa, IIJS. Bristol per stellm, 3os. arke( baa exhibited no feaure of indry June would cause another failure The seed from of which for expert, 23 case 's. Crop for r87 1.-Ci;ln Havre, per steam, .oJSS.i ,Per Antwerp, per since our last review. The sales of the week last crop isstill generally regarded with suspicion, rlTn.,,r.t i <,ut and Massachusetts, 6oo cases, of whicti for ex ste&DS, 35s. Bremen, per steam, JSS. Haqab rg, per were in no depaitment large,and il'l SQme depanments 'lVhat has. Eeen sown is from one to ten years old. We port, :zo? cases; New-York, 84 cases, of which for exsteall), 3 /S. !Xi. they were less than at the date o the previous report. Mar no complaints from Virginia or Maryland. port, 84 cases; 92 cases, of which {or ex _..AII.'i"IOOII,AJt Below will be fonnd clear and comprehensive refer The Western and Virginia will each be port 26 cases. Crop of I873-Connecticut and Massa-Gro""'"' of ...,cileat rGicco are cautllld!N Wtt .::.,ptg ttc ences to the general si t uation, present and prospectprobably about r,2oo hhds. Perhaps I,ooo Africans chusetts, I 6oo cases, of which for export, J3S f ases; ul ond. ,uocorion1.QF eed luf\a fonlillllartl.c I"''"' that ive. be made out of l ong thin green leaf, but New York, Sso cases, of which ior expon,, ?SO cases; sboat barobtoined f< t!!.'r atutl.aM, l htlle refer in minatances With regard to the crop prospect, the following cl i phandled and of proper weight. A good deal of Oh 1 o j'.ennsylvania, 500 cases, of which for export, 89 cases; ta crapa whkh ha._ been bFlcl .. year, and the profit"" ping from an excha nge has a suggestive bearing : River leaf is be ing dri ed, and the price will determine Ohio, 400 cases of which for export, I94 cases; natllnllJ incluilo ell iate,...t ""upit&l in.....ced. Growcn 11 G 0 C J d whether it goes to England or our manufacturers The sin, lOO cases, of which for export, zoo cases: Total cannot even 10 the cue of crops, to oell them for the oame urray azette : ur ounty U ge actmg as re. priceo u are obt1inea on a te-iiile hen. Of cuune eery rc-oale mUll be ques t ed by resolutions passed at the citizens' meeting, has mostly been bought by Western man sales, 4,676 cases, of which for expon, r,856 cases. at an advance, ..,d price obtainable bJ* powcn will has called 'Qp<;m the magistrates o f the county to m e et 1.\facturers, so vety litt l e of it can go to Engl!lnd -r.xn.r-.rr.of Se e d Leaf since Janury r, 3 932 cases; Silme alwaya be oomewhat lowe tnan our quatatjom. at Murray on Monday next fot the purpose bf considliJUalicy is, per aps, the best in the West but \he QUOTATIONS' OF ( WU:QLESAuJB.IC.KS ering and devising mean to aid the fumen of Callotity will be small, prpbably not over 8 o o o hh.ds. a t. ha.od.wben the way, who are reduced to such a cond i tion of pov e rty side the fane) crops, the average pri ce 1 s 9}Bc sow i ng. we would advise to sow largely that 01. *-rop 8i>-13 t b ttl hi t ,. h Bremen has a poor ch a nce this 1ear. 'He r h o pes o f may not be a scarcity of p i a nts at the proper time to set ,. &uunlo, Lota ............ u .llllll u as o e u r y Uml e o e a crop t e present sea,3Kfc9 N .... son. The outh of last year has reduced many of our fine rich leaf, base<:! on samples sent by ambitious out. The y need not apprehend that a large crop may K@.S Rnoninl' Lom........... W b k d d d T 11 1 1 '"' 19 @ u W ilt1f&l;.-crop &17.1-7J best farmers to such a condition that aia is abso l utely estern ro ers, are oome to 1 s a p pomtment. here matena y essen va ues, m as mucu as our own and the llunoiul' J..<>ta ............ 9 @zo to feed their stock atnd. k6!ep their families is next to no rich leaf whm the water is out. A, Western markets of the world will ae nearly bare of useful seed cuttug Jugo ....... ,. 6 ,...._ d h f ti 1 d t 1 f b b h h d o do l eaf ....... 1 6 @ 30 BaY&D&FU. Com 81Ji@ 110 from actual want. It is to be hoped tha t o ur magislflen says t e crop grew a rame-work,' I -:: n i w1 h ea to acco y t e time t e new crop matures Penn-Clarbfae and Wll.,.,. Diltrlct do Good do II'J"f!J l oo '11 l'k d d 11 th wat er. It reminds us of s0me Pongee pocket handker-s ylvania t o bacco raisers in particular should hee an o a m etr power Common 1...r ..... ...... 3 Yara, I Cut.............. ao@ to relieve those of our worthy citizens who are today chiefs we once bought from a couple of sunburnt advice, the prospects for the future of that sort are mtJst Medu=leat .. .. ....... s @ n Cut ............ d I "B h h f I d k fl tt L t b Ill I II fi I Good ....... .......... '7 @ .11.,.../alomd .-Ia Bond. Tu ,.,.., m g_rea want if not pon the verr ver of starv a scoun re sroug t t em rom n 1a, you now ; a ,enng. e armers a ove a eave a 9 ne a artJ c1a F loe.................... ,9 @ u pn!>ouad tion." smqge:led tliem in, you see; cal\ sell them cheap, you feru h zers, stable manure only will produce good tobacco, Selech o,. ............ .. "' ; Poonldo.-Bma ... -t h t b h II b I 'd d A d h ch 'l'l ld b f d I "''9"'..._ -llxt.ra ...... ..... .. 10 nne \:U c ewmg o accos a e; 1t merey prov1 es Westt rn 'Ltaf-Receipts during March (including un rstan. n t eywere e11p,tr tluywt!re'Uiaslem, r wou e urtnerrequtsitetoavot toocose plan t ing .. 18 F loe ................... 45 that fine -cut may be packed in bulk, or packages at Virginia), 2,r3 o hhds; exports l,o96 hhds; sales I, 8 5o wh n they resembled a sieve, with holes 1big enough to the whole of the plant must be exposed to lbe sun, in Heavv L eaf... @,; : C option of the manufact u re r a _nd that toeacoo Th sto-ck i]l 'ljarehguse decreased I,593 hhds. let 1the souls of the Connecticut manulacturers d rop_ order to ripen and to be free from the pole sweat. Commo a to 1ood .. :':... u Com m e n .......... ...... 11 Of h I hhd r 11 thrnugh without d i fficulty M e sssrs. M. Rader & Son, Tobacco Brokers, remarks Lugo, goocl ... ......... '0-" "-" 110 080 must be 'packaaes, not to exceed one t e sa es, r,II4 s were tor export, pnnc1pa y to d o commou.... ...... 9 Llch&PrcMed,...., .... 45 ., rtaty and Sp,ain uo bds Africans for Boston, 466 France and Italy have not advertised for any supply as follows up on the trade in March: In seed-leaf to Smokers, good ......... s hvltllo,-l'lae. ... 30 t!t36 d ht If t al Tided wbat ho ld j [, th' d I W b b d b b d Oltw-ID'or to goocl com Jledlum ................. 21 @:IS poun m we1g so pro use s u bhl&' to manufacturers ; 13 hl;tlls to jobbers, and Ioo or 1s year, an we suppqse w1l not. e put them a t acco ut a mo erate usmess has een one, at un Bro'"' a11d (}reeDIIIk .. 9 o Clommaa ................ tl ou be made by the consumer of the respective t obaccos, to cutters. The market during tlae month was very I6,ooo, the probable deficiency on last year. If Austria chahged prices. Of the sales about 1,900 cases u llf48 the mandate would not be one particle more arbitrary dull and we reduce our quotations -for common wants 2,ooo, she is always willing to pay for it, and will for export. With the opening SpriQg a more active de-Fiod'opaul!led to :renow s ,..., Tltlf'fll.tban re some other provisioDII whioll il contains. But At the" close there was a better in take every rich shjpping hhd in the crop. Why, Hop-mand is anticipated, as stocks of old crop are 'not 6-"0 :: witb-,.W esternm..-kets, caused by kinsville report receipts so far at 400 hhds, r.,.._ 7'1oiat .......... 815 Ofll tobacto which at the date of the. passage of the 0 S,uod .87a. Rirtr-2'14>., .............. @110 Jtinia)1 5 363 hhtls; I 87 4, ':r 5 415 hbds Includmg New German pnncipality your face would have been wreathed son to anticipate from the adversP. sentiments previously ftllen... ... .. .. .. .. .. 7 !l lO'a u d 12' '' kno to the. trade as-cut _chew_ing, can b .e. lawOrleans, the receipts of '\Vest rn crop a re 3,843 hhds with smiles on perusing our J oyous productions. As it prevailing. Neither with respect to its burning qualiSecoada ....... ...... 9 l!'lno .................... 28 tt"' 'Wr appers ... ... ... .. .... '5 30 Good ............ ....... 28 8'111 fully l up ID bulk, and W l th tbts ruhng tbe practice of this year, agai nst 12,4I0 hhds last year, and 17,232 is Mark Tapley himself would have lost his equanimity ties or flavor is there now any noteworthy complaint, Runomg Lou ....... ...... @:oo Common 1111d __, .. 18 Ciil t h f: d r!1 d cl I h'k.A" 8 W Dd th .abo th d 1n our dismal sample room. We once drove from and for this apparent improvement there i s reason for p,,.,..:YI,..,__CropzB7ndB7 Gralllllatec!SmokiDc ...... e nu rers sre....,..e IS EIIU'ym "!l'"Inr 73 ecpmme e veto conS\Fllers .................. 8 Mecll-to,..oo .... ss @U Tfre tobacco whiCh ey place ...,.00 the erati o n of those mamifacture. rs w ho, lU. M. anClarksville to Hopkinsville .in a r heumatic buggy drawn iratulati .. m on various grounds, but more especially in Aooorted Lou .. ..... .. u @ Good to fine ............ .. r I -'--' b d k d I f h II I f H S election .... ..... ...... ao ls G\11..,..+-,_tae. and o( whirh complaint bv other chester, recen1 y voted the m pnces unJustdiee y a sick horse, an got stuc m the re cay v1ew o t e sma supp y o avana in this p,,.,..:Y, ..... -Crop ,s73. H a vaoa ................... d '1 d-.: ld b mb._..l by 'events an :I r got up entuely by New York specu, Oak Grove; not quite sludl, for by watcbina the fence market as compared with previous years The follow Fllen .................... 8 seed and H .... aa ........ ,.. a ers IS rna e se om ears a e t Aaorted ao @2.5 ,. u Scrap 6Uer 1.5 s an ny r se ance 0 l&tors. we found we were just moving; On that fence, despite ing exhibit is suggestive. Stock on hand: Selections ............ .. ..., so Connecticut Seed: ........ sit 35 h k th t d -"' t I h (: h -' I 8 N...., y..,,. St.u-(;rop 187 snd 187 OrclinUJ .................. f s w atwao,o IS, nownto e rae a .. une-cu. t 1s, Exports in March, I875, 2,096 hhds; I874, 2,696 s ower,satanold armerwll a wlc .. ed look in b-is Apn r.r 73-------------35182tbales. Fillen ............. CberootoiiiHl.... llOOii.IJIOU for most part, a 'product o teti!T}t on gin, coTposed hiKk S iuce u t 1875, ; r874, eye To propitiate him we bade him a hearty "good April 1, I874---------... 23,677 bales. .:,o = Y oflugs or ordinary leaf, aod out to 9l -4 hhcls. New U f leans, tit l'!' e 6,438 morning "Good mornin' he drawled out, "if it wasn't April, I, 8 683 bales. 0 4i#-JCrop. Beotcll raa41fM .. 110 1dlda lh tea a unst 3 81 hid 1 t ar d 6 to saay that I rode in a Carriage, 1d as lief be on horseFor the month Messrs. Gans & Son announce-DeFllers .................. 7 @ 8 Oom111oa ............ 10 clo plug tobacco that has -4 ..-tla"""'""" a """t i 1 0 s as ye ,_pn 1 ,Jltunulr Lots ........... uX@u AmorloaaGalloma .. _. I oo ,_...... hhds m 1873 wecommend 'the above to those back." We ltave thought a good deal of our old triend sirable parcels of old crop Havana fillers are getting S e lectloos .... ..... n .... @ ao LW:oria! tfi... .......,......._ rftt f I r f I th Wur.,..,.i..-Crop A.. 0. 8.,.. .............. _.,_. cu .._g e a maiJnain Europe maat b e du1ing the ast 3 month!t, but we .ancy we are slowly scarce. 0 the ate crop e receipts have continued to Runnlag Lots .. .... ... 9 @o IJeld. Tlae mif e i eadilv realize the heuinfact&heyare ike the working out of the mud and will soon be ourselves beliberalbutitsunsatisfactoryqualityandthehighprice Wrappcn ................ 25 G .O." -.a ........ -pQB.T Q "F. G OJ Dl -... IIIJO thre tJ 1a MIJ&cc:o JD., dry oods, saying tlie again. The general situation will be understood by the it is at may diminish the demand. All depeuds on Oi6o u.'DOTATIONS. O .t A." ll76.1h. oe&. ..... IlK POD sect.a e the most ml'rnerienced can was so hlgb e iio notl\.mg wuh lollowing figures: Supply-Stocks in the open markets the quality of the new crop and as to that, the reports ..... :!"'@.. r --... as above, IIo,ooo hhds; stocks of old in the Western differ The sales have been 3,oo bales. Of Yara 300 c Ru:;:! ng Lots .......... 9 o I c :rca" ...... 28 ve that. 1tt-wlwJ1lp unlib! the -Article tha( gois'LL s I li 8 8 '-bd 8 hh k hhd w hhd v b I h h d h d Msi'-Ctop .s,a aad r87B. ..Ynurta' ....... 21 'tJY a es m Marc 1 75, t, 50.., s; 4, 2,500 ds. mar ets, 15,ooo s; estern crop, so,ooo s; 1ra es avec ange an s. ;: ebe g tolMM:clo. Sii!Ce' Jaaary, r87s, 5 ;7soltl!Crs; 1!74, 7T)OO hllda. ginia crop, 35,<)00 hhds; Maryland crop, 25,ooo hbds; For the month Messrs. Rader & Son, report :-HaJltuoolor LLots ... ........ ,. @rs R.ll.'' .... ................ 20 Now, we h a ve not one wold to agai!l6t the deIn March I, r875, still of the opin i on that the Western markets are the wait for revenue as the trade can afford to wait in dull qo; Chas. T. Bauer & Co. H do; Purdy & Nicholas, I7,104 hhds; dQ.J874. 14,86o bli_ds: Stock in Brem safest to ship the new crop to We fancy our Regie times for a return of their investmtnts. 1 7 do ; Howard Ives, I9 do; W. H. Thomas & Brother, March 1, 18751 2,32.3 hhds; do I874 5.336 friends will pay more there comparatively than here Bright n-inch is in good request, and we hear of new 5 do; Acker, Merrall & Condit, 25 do; Park & Tilford, Stock in New Orleana, March 17, 187 5, 4,213 bhds ; do Re,-driers should take c!uphcate samples on prizing, stock selling, though not in this market, at figures lower 34 do i H. A. Graef, 3 do; M. F. Tunon, 10 do ; E. I874. s,325 hhds. Stock in BaltiiDCire, March 27, I875., sending us one, and one to their Western m:trket and than might be expected for sound goods. Good stock Castro, I do. I4,18I hhds; do I8H, u,95t hhds. Stock in keep the tobacco at home. We. need not say how of this des cription, whether old or new, is too scarce EXPORTS. York, April1, 1875, 4o,66I hhds; do 1&74, u,945 hhds. thankfully we will receive allvices from plant beds until to be sold cheaply here or elsewhere. From the port of New York to foreign ports for the Total for I$75, uo;509 hhds; do for f87-t. 74,236 bhds. the crop is itched. The e xports for the month of. March (rom the port week ending April 6, were as follows : The Eng)isli markets continue quief, without change Mr. FrederiCk Fischer, To6acco Bt'tlker, l'eports ;....:.. New York were 619,42i' pounds, distributed as follows: AsPINWALL'-I,,I8 lbi. mfd. in price, although low gr&dos could hkely be bought at Receipts for March-Western, 269 hhds, last year, 1,r7o Liverpool..-.. -.-..... __ 203,835 BELIZE--2 hhds, roo lbs. mfd. some concession. There seems to be a demand there hhds; from Virginia, 54 hh(ls; last year, 85 hhds; total, London -. -... ------.. -u4,649 BREMEN-45 hhds stems, 484 cases, 8r bales, 32 from the Continent for substantial leaf, which is reducing 323 hhds, last year, r,255 hhds. this yearGlasgow.----------.... __ -----. 2,uo I ceroons. their stock of Africans, at> prices. Western, 3,826 hhds, last year, 11,753 hhds; from New A!ltwerp ...... ----------...... I4,503 CtENFUEGOS-7 972 lbs. mfd. Bremen almost at a stand still, and appare111tly ap11reOrleans, last year, 2,034 hfids ; from Virginia, I,88o Hamburg----. .. : .. ----_ 5,892 CoPENHAGEN-leo bales stems. hensive of a decline, tho9 we ould not th ink they hhds, last year, 318g4 hhds; total, 5,706 hhds, last year, Lisbon ... ----........... ----I,I84 GLAsoow-r,734 lbs. mfd. had stock enough to rna" an ol "Hman nervous. r6,68I hhds. Sales this months, I9I hhds. Exports Gibraltar-..... ------...... _____ Io,.t63 GR.ENADA-2 hhds, 30 lbs. rnfd. The Weatt[Il m_f.rkets a r e ill business as this month, 275 bhds. At New Orleans-Receipts, from Durledin .. -. -------.------- ___ r8,359 HAMBURG-52 cases. the new crop comes in. Low grades declined J a p uary x, to Mareh 31, 1875, 717 hh<;la, agairult 2,298 Melbourne ---... ........ I8,o48 KINGSTON, JA.-to,457 lbs. mfd. what, but a the Close evenr thing was tevding upward, in I874 Sales, month of March, 56 hbds; ExKingston ... -.. -.----.. :-.-----I5,793 LA GUAYRA AND PoRTO CABELLoI (:ase, s,654 lbs on account of the backwanlness of the season We ports, month of March, foreign, 105 hhds; domestic, 3I Barb:1.does ...... ------------i,oso anfd. copy a letter from a I.oui!lville correspondent, dated 22d hhds; total, 136 hhds. Stock on hand and on shipNassau. ___ -------------_........ 4,8oo LtVERPOOL-84 hhds, 44,227 lbs. mfd. ultimo:-" We..have sold in this market, since tne ut of bo&fd not cleared, March-31st, 4,28o hhds. Sagua ... -----------------------_ 3,212 LoNDON1 3o cases. November, over u ooo hods ot tobacco, some seven Virginia Leaf-A light inquiry for Virginia tobacco La Guayra.---------------4,894 MoNTEVIDEo-r roo lbs. mfd. thousanclless than at same time last year. Over half characterized the transactions in this particular branch Poito CaJ?elJo ___ . ... _..... 775 PoRT AU-PRINCE3 hhds, 123 bales. the sales this year are of old tobacco, and the crop of of trade, ud a few sales, small ones, of smokers and Matanzas.---- .. -------_ 8oo RosARID-32 bales 1874 promises to be fully as short as I it in snuffers are all that have been reported. St. Domingo ...... ... __ .--------. 200 RoTTERDAM-I68 hhds, 23 do stems, 25 bales do. say one fifth of last year's crop in Keq tucky. Seed Leaf-The week passed without any material St. Kitts-----. ------------532 ST. ANDRitAs-320 lbs. mfd!. I looked for infetior quality; but, so far as received, it change in the pos1tion of things so far as Seed Leaf was Savanillo .. -----.... -... --------I,32o ST. }AG0-6 cases. is worst: than I expected. goo4, free hhd is tbe exconcerned, except that the salea were 255 cases in exSan Bias ..... .' ..... . . . r,609 ST. PIERRE-34 hhds ception. It i s ge nerally green or frosted thin, slazy, cess of those of the previous week; on the former Truxillo-.............. -..... __ Soz ST: THOMAS-2 hhds, 3108-4lbs mfd. nondescript stutf, of bodf and I!Ubstaace-uext to occasion footing up 935 cases, and the close of the Havana.--.------. .......... __ 26,283 SAVANILLA-240 lbs. mfd. none, so far received, that can be made answer for past week I1190 cases. Specifically, it may be said, for St. Johoa._--..... ----... ":: __ u,su SvDNEY; o hhds, lbs. rnfd. our home trade, ref!.uire J"ipe, rich home trade a moderate buiness was done to supply Halifax. ___ .--.-------. -.. .... 6,256 DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. and sweet tobacco for fillers. Two months back I had immediate wants only, with a limited demand for low -----------------68,218 The arrivals at the port of New York from domestic supposedthatthenextcrop ot tobacco would be the running lots of tobacco for shirping RUrposes The ... I,I95 interiorandcoastwise ports for the week ending April largest ever made in the West. This 1 deem now im distribution and prices for the week were as fOllows:Curacoa .. ---------------------. 2,784 6, were 54 4 hhds, I 4 trcs, 3 buts, 2 327 cases, 7 bales, possible. It is now the 22d of Ma1ch, and very few Ioo cases r873 Connecticut wrappers at 40@55.c; 200 Buenos Ayres.------. --.... -5 boxes, 81 three-qtr bxs, III half bxs, 13 8 qtr bxs, 57 plant beds sown as yet, and it is now cold, the ground cases do do fillers aad binders at 7 47 cases 1870 Montevedio .. -----------13,258 kegs, 1.84 caddies 1 bbl, r box 2 cases licorice, r froze,and,underthebestweather we could have,no do wrappers at 279 cases I872 and I873 Valparaitlo ---------------3 583 dopipes,consignedasfollows: seed could be sown for a week, and, in addition to this, State, running, at roc; I79 cases 1873 Pennsylvania Smolling-i'or smoking tobacco the inquiry has been BY THE ERIE RAILROAD-Sawyer, Wallace & Co., no ground has been prepared for any crop, no plow).ng wrappers at 25@35c; 40 cases do do fillers on private regular but in no degree active. The usual amount of II hhds; D J. Garth, Son & Co., 18 do,; Blakemore, done, and this throws sowing oats, planting corn, and terms; 45 casea do Wisconsin at 200 ca.'leS do jobbing sales is reported, b11t beyond that nothing of Mayo & Co., 9 do; Pollard, Pettus & Co. 4 do; E. M. preparing for tobacco together, which will necessarily do wrappers at and Ioo cases sundries at importance transpired during the week in this depart-Wright & Co., 2 do; J. D. Kielly, Jr. 12 do; Chaa. F curtail the tobacco crop, as in aeveral of the 6,;;,81L c. Since the above was written the following ment of trade. T s M dd B P '=' 73 ag"" on, IS cases; a ux: rothers, 50 do; order, State food for Ulan and beast IS very scarce, and the has been reported: 520 cases 1873 Pennsylvania fillers Cigars-The situation of the cigar market is unhhds, 5 cases. people will and must, first of all, prepare and make a and seconds on private terms. changed. There was a fair demand in bot!). branches Bv THE HuDSON RIVER L. Maitland ToBACCO IN RrcHKOND, VA.-A correornondent of the food crop, even if they make no tobacco. The stock The circular for April of Messrs J. S. Gans & Son, of the trade. & c hhd F -r o .. 2 s; ox, Dills & Co., 54 casea; H. Scbubart New York writes thus frotn Richmond:-The in the tobacco portions of the State is generally poor Tobacco Brokers, reports business for tbe month -as Labor disturbances have exercised the patience and & Co., 12s do; c. H. Spitzner, IJ 1 do; J. S. Gans ct tobacco trade is. Richmond's main source of wealth, and an'd weak, and not able to do full work. Our to&acco follows: amiabtlity of our Cuban n1aaufacturers, whose griev Son, 44 do; M. Abenheim & Co., 28 do; Schroeder & I nex:t called upon Mr. E. D. Christian, of the firm of market is quiet, but prices for all good tobacco are Quanerly statement of stocks in the Seed .Leaf inances are narrated in another column. Other manuBon, 37 do; E. Rosenwald & Brother, I 5 4 do; Bunzl & Christian & Gunn, tobacco manufacturers. He said firm, and all of that description selling i:s bringing full spection :!Jarehouses.-Stock on Janu!UY 1, I875, facturers are, fortunately, spared this source of disquiDormiu:er, 6 7 do; Joseph Mayer' s Sons, 46 do; order, that since the passage of the recent tax bill there had prices, aad the green, frosted, slazy, nondescript stuff 26,340 cases; Received since, 15,698 cases; total, 42,o38 etude. 7 hhds, 45 cases. been an apparent indiffeaence .among buyers of leai (of which the sales pliincipally consist) brings all I think cases. Delivered since, I0,442 cases. Stock on hand, GtJ/ti opened at I and closed at r Bv THE NATIONAL LINE.--Sawyer, Wallace & Co., Tbe pric:ea of fine grades of tobacco, of which the pro 1t is worth, as I see no outlet for that description at April r, 1875, 31,596 eases; same time, I874, 17,360 F11reign M & S. Sternberger, 3 bhds; order, 23 co. portion ia very small, are well maintained, but medium present. I liave a letter from Brunswick, Mo., to-day cases. Total receipts of Seed Leaf in this markket since Bankers, report as follows: The Exchange market re-BY THE PENNSYLVANIA RAlLR.OAD.-A. S. Rosenand nondescript sorts are neglected and can only be -the ground hard frozen, no seed sown, aad last year's January r, 1875, 20,727 cases; same time last year, covered from the demor ... tiziDg effect of the late gold baum & Co., 23 cases; Havemeyers & Vigelius 160 do; put off at a decline. The manufacturing interests are crop falling short of what was expected." On this seed 34.128 cases. squeeze, and rates went up rapidly to their standard L. Hirschhorn & Co., 30 do; order, 42 do. quite dull and will probably so continue for the next question we have numerous letters, as late as 29th ulSeed Leaf-The home demand has been very moder value. The supply in Sterling is still very Bv NoRTH RIVER BOATS-E. M. Wright & Co., 5 thirty days er more, with t .he production! of factories al timo, giving the following In the Clarksate. It is a notable fact, that dealer$ and manufac light and transactions limited to the most needful .,.nts; hhds; Blakemore, Mayo & CD., 12 do; Pollard, Pettus this point about one-third l theic present capacity. It is ville Western district and upper Green River districts a turers here and in the country, although well posted as -altho' prospects are good an
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APRIL 7e BY THE NEw YoRK AND HARTFORJ') STEAMJIOAT Lon:.-'E. Hoft'man Son, :r 30 ene. M u do; A. Sttill I4 do; Z sellin&o 25 do; H. Schu bart & Co., 25 do ; I. Bljur, a8 do; A. Cohlt, 40 do; Joeeph Sons, 65 do. BY STL\WSHJP LtNE-J. P. Quin & Co., 3 hhda, II trcs; Buc : hanan & Lyall, 1 do, r do; P LoriUard & Co., 6 clo1 I do; J.D. Kielly, Jr., 30 do, 20 three-qtr bliS mfd; D. J. Garth, Son & Co., I trc; Bulkley, Moore & Co., 3 butts mfd, I case do, 1 three qtr bx do, 76 third bxs do, 96 caddies; Dohan Carroll. fie Oo., 47 cases mfd, 6o tbree-qtr bxs do, 6: hlf blll 4e. 37 third bxs do, 24 caddies do; M. M. Welzbofer, 20 c:aees smkg, 5 bxs do, 7 hlf bxs mfd; H. A. Richey, If cues mnkg, 28 hlf bxs mfd, 25 third bss do; S. LangaJorf, 58 cases smkg, bbls do; Jos. H. Tbompton It Co., 15 cases mfd, 6o caddies; Jas. M. Gardiner"' Co., 50 cases mfd, so hlf bxs do; Jos. D. Evans & Co., 24 c:uea mfd, 6o hlf bxs do; G. W. Hill mali & Co. 16 cases mfd, n hlf bxs do ; Ahners & 1 Qebls, 3 cues leaf; W. Dessauer, r do; A. Hen & Co., siDkg, 1 do pipes; Martin & Johnson, 2 cases smkg; N. Wach4,el, 5 do; Smith, Perkins & Co., ro do; L. & E. Wertheimer, :a cases mfd; Maddux Brothers, 57 kegs do; Moore, J e nkins & Co., I bx snuff; order, 9 oftftde, 19 cases mfd, 2 hlf bD do, 2 cases licorice. COA*TWIIE I'R more P es named Daniel Green recently ce lebrated his one bun-hbds Muon Co., Ky., tiasb, Lugs and.JC!!lf: 2 ac J1+25; 9; do heavy, 9@ro; do cutting, lo@llj good lugs,ligh t, A cotempor:ur bavmg embraced the occa-dredth birthday at the Suffolk (N. Y.) Count Poor 6 at 25.7 5@29.50 ; 2 new at 9 7o, ro.7 5 13 hhds 9@Io.so ; do heavy, 1o@u; do cutting, u@13; coms10a last week to mtvvte tome the man Hoase, lch iastitotion he. C$. red abon a Owen Co., Ky. trash, lugs, and leaf: 3 at $ro.so@I4. mon leaf, light, ,Io.so@n.5o; do heayy, do cutturers ID relatloo to tJ1e reauctto.n and s Jtalf...;aao. Up-1o --....... ;; "Yfa ior h; so; 3 at 16.75, 20.75, iZ 1 aew at 9.30; a u, ting, I3@15; medium leaf, light, u.so@I4.so; do heavy, aDd the accuracy of ita report havmg been subboard and clothing and whe h ty ld 12.50; 4 do at 15, r6, s, 28.50. 6 hhds Pendleton 13@15; do cutting, 15@I7; good leaf, Iicht, 14 5o@16; seque':ltlycoafirmed b1)be in!eatigations of our hf! was able to money. n Co., Ky., lugs and leaf: 5 at $rqo@r4.2,5; I ,at 18. do heavy, 15@17; do cutting, I7@2o; fine lef, ligh1 seatatWe, dae 'Vel'lllOD as alr.eady Poor House he has worked a little, but he sa 5 he feels 2 hhds West Vqinia at f,u, u.5o. 3 boxes do at 17 r6@r8; do heavy, 17@2o; do cutting, 20@24. Fancy at c1_ose such in.formatlOn as has smce himself slo wly failing, and does not expect toylast above 9 o, 9 50 IJ 9 hhas Co., Ky., r at light cutting and manufacturing is not iricklded in the lllqUtry from ten years more. He has a!ways beeu 1 terJ.wrate m S7; 3 at 8.os@8.45; 3 at 10.75@13.25; 2 at 20, 26 above quotations. Our market during the past four fhe Cuban cigar-manufacturers '!1 thiS ctty, number and never tooched anrliquor untn he was twenty.fo 6 hhds Carroll Co., Ky., new : 3 at $rr, I5S, r8.25; bas undergoneno change, frosted tobacco exmg aoout twenty firms, have decaded to reduce the years old Tobacco howe e 1 h' k 3 at 6 bbds Ohio seed at 6.so@7 cepted, which, preponderating J argely bas decftne care Nat!Oitalla-"oa. OFPKJ .. i-.11111 WUIIa 1ft., y,, PuU--., -. Stock on hand ill State warehouses, Jan. J87S----Deduct W,. b:r fire Jan. 6-contents of wue'bOUIIIS :Mos. 1 and a _. -.--the season, was weaker and lower this week, showing a Total..._ ....................... 17 3 ,.3 145 for the manufacture o( c1gars than non-membe.IS, who I4,627 bhds decline of to 1C. We quote common lug 6 to RICHMOND, April 3.-Mr. R. A. Mills, To turned out equaDy cood work, and who paid three or medium to good lugs, 7u to common leaf, Broker and Commission Merchant reports=:-four dollars less per thousand for He a,764 hbda 10 to u; medium Ieif, to 15; good leaf, 15 to my last report I have change note ospec1al said the members of his society had resolved upQif dais I8. Very little tobacco of desirable quality bas yet mterest. 593 s LOUISVILLE A""' A We report as "-'lows II d d h ld h 11 th or e "' STD L .__._, r -. Ju.& cover a gra es except extremely low grade lugs in bad Improve e wou c eer.u y mcrease etr wages to ..... --d aarket has been acuve 1111th steady c;>rder which can be bought in in our market at 7@7 the former standard. In case the strike was maintained, 19 Peart s..-. TotaL------------------16 hh s pnces. The sales at dtfferent warehouses for the The transactions were 8o.f. hhds, I 37 tierces 105 boxes. he said he should send to Key West for who shipments and Ohio), 1,408 hbds paTsthweek.p wkertet 6Hso hhc.s, asld follpwhhsd: hhd K Black lugs, very ---------: would gladly avail themselves ofan oppor1unity to come cAc-. ES sEED LEAF TOBACCO. Sla:e I e IC e ouse so 155 s. 11 s en'Black )n.,.._ medium to good-----------IO r.a.IoL to this City, where the cost of living is no greater, while ,, t k old leaf d 1 t $ 7 5 t 7 5 -..-. 72 averaging 3S WRAPPERS, good fine ''I'" CROP. Also ''1'3 Leaving stock in warehouses.---------I5,I89 hhds uc y an ugs I a I o; 3 a 15. 5 r4-7 Black luf, their wages, at the proposed red,uction would exceed caOP. D. LAUDERBACtt:, u; 2 at 1 o, 10 5; 2 at 9 9 20; 3 at 8.7o@8.9o. 77 Black lea, common.------:u the rates paid in Key West. 5 5 4t T uw.vTowN, BucK s eo.,,.._ Tu6flttu.-Our marKet bas been very bbds do leaf, and tr:uh: 2 at $r9; I at 18.25; 2 at Black leaf, Mr. Vandervoort, of the firm of J. M. Mora & Co., ..;;;..;;.;.. _______ active the past week, and, with stocks gre;l.tly reduced, 17; I at 7 at IS@I;, 5o; I4 at 6 at Black leaf, No. 62 Water Street, said that his firm was the first to prices show a material advance, particu!arly for com13@I3.75; 5 at 12@12.75; 5 at 11@11.75; 9 at Io@ Black leaf, fine ....................... make the reduction in the price paid per thousand for llllcl.-""'*'.....,""'lbeiiMr-.w lo mon and mediqm goods, both dark and bright, which Io.so; 7 at 9@9.70; ro at 8.Io@8.9o; 4 at 7@7o; Black leaf, extra .. ------------.--manufacturing cigars, which they had done several weeks l1da. are getting scarce. Exported this weelr: To Liver4 at 6@6.8o. 5 frosted l_ugs trash at. 6.ro Bri.ght lugs, r.om. mon ---- to @I3 agO. His emp l oyees, iiJtyin number, continued to work ror .,borter periOd Uw>m moo Jfac1ihtery ro r Eat.., pool, r4,3o6lbs; and to the West Indies, nS Ibs.?so. 8 hhds leaf ana lugs. 1 at 1 2 at Bnght luJs, medium to good .. ........ I 4 @u until last week, when a committee of the employees of lleeeived, per the Baltimore & lid Ohio Railroad, from u, 3 at 8, 36 bhds leaf, Bright lugs, fine smokers-------_ 15 @35 Messrs. :Sanchez, Haya & Co. aud Lozando, Pendas & lllnrtal!ll'b .. ld d h..> Toba<:oo Trade,aot oD17 of tllia but fOftijJuCo""triea, it Ia tlla beot attai,.. quo 1ons un 1 pnces ar m r 4 at I7@17Si 2 at 13. 2 5, 12.75 IO hhds Ohto Couqt," 10 .75; 3 at u@u.75; 3 at 12@12.75; 2 at 14@r 4 .50; The following prices represent the o an t "' new ...... been a fair demand for cigars of all grades. Excep t in seed leaf and lugs at 7.xo@Io. IS hbds Indtan lnf 1 at 15.25; I at 3._50 ; I at 40 50 ; I at 4 8.so, and 6 bxs scale of the manufacturers, and to most people either Rat of Advertlalna. a few instances, the manufacturers are charging the ad-and lugs: r at $14; 3 at I 3@.13. 7 5; 3 at 12.2 5@ 12 so; at ?@ 1 S Bids were rejected on 15 hhds at $ 8 so@ would liberal : Regalia Bri!annicus, f.35 .to '32 ; O.NE SQUA:RE 114 NON PAUlL LiliES:) I) ditional tax a Sr which comes out of the jobber, the 8 at 7 .6o@II.75 2 hhds M1ssoun lea r1.75, 11. SI. 5 o. market general!)' easier, especially for Reyna Victorias, J32 to J3o; Zazuelas, no -r-eduction; .. retailer refusing to pay the increase, except on very low 2 hhds do Ius. s at 8.40 8.70. 2 hbds 'lennessee 1e.r Inns and dark <>rades leaf. The larger portions of the Regalia del Rey, $24 to Henry Cia$ concha, fina, Two SQu.uoo:s, over Oae Colamn Ooe Y ear ............ ............ 6S"" grades d I t q,: "d c $ t 8 p t Ollillt SQUAR o.er Two Columns,. On,e Year ................ .......... 6s 00 an ugs a ', 7 70 offerin;s cootinue in soft condition. Sales 37 hhds: r ,.22 to ,.2o j l em ommones, 2 0 1 ; ar agas, T w o SQuAus, over T wo Columas, One Y e ar........ .. .. ............ no.., CINCINNATI, .A'j,il 3.-Mr. F. A .Prague, Leaf The Planters House sold 4s bhds :-::r4 hbds Ken-at 16 (tras h); Sat 7 70 @ 7 90 ; 9 at 8. 2 o@8. 9o; 6 at 9@ $::2 to $2o; Figaros, '$r6 to $I4; Medianos, f,I7 to Fou aSQu.utas,onrl'woCelomns, OaoYear_ ............ ......... '"'" Tobacco Inspector, as follows :-The market tucky leaf and Jugs : 2 at J15.75, 15 .50; 4 at 14@I4 .75; 9 7 o; 7 at 1o@ro. 7s; Sat u@u.so; 1 l&t 1225; 1 at $16; Espa nas $18 to per thousand. 8001"' ea bas ruled steady during the past week at about the same 5 at 13. 50 @13.7 5 ; 2 at 12, 12.7s; I at u.2s; 2 at 10 14-5o; 1 at 2 3-?S; I at 2S'lS and 9 bxs at 5 70 @1275. In discussmg the strike with the representative of cOLtJMN RATES. range of pril:es as were cunent last week. Receipts of 10 50., 4 at 9r.ll9.nn, 3 at 1 at 7 .8o. 1 hbd Bids were r"'J'ected 00 9 bhds at $.5.8or.>.rs w .. quote THE LEAF, Mr. Vandervoort, of the firm of J. M. Mora H u A CoLu "" Thre e Months ....................... -... $?s I h d h fl f 1 \::> 7 .. '" lf d d dl d H.u.FA C oLuY, Six Months ........................ ........ ..... 1 30., nne continue very tg tan are c 1e yo ow, common do old Jugs a111.50. 4 hbds do frosted lugs: I at 7 50 ; Inferior and light weight hhds lugs, 16@ 7 ; factory do & Co., expresaed himse as ecr e y oppose to any HALF)I. CoLuMN, One Y ear ................................ ....... ... sorts, shippers evidently holding back their better 3 at 6 2 o@6. 9o. I? hhds Indiana Jugs and leaf: 1 at 7 5o@8; plantersl do 8@9 ; eommoD dark. leaf, 8.75@ concession' to the workmen in this instance Instead, grades in anticipation of better Ohio seed quiet, I4 .25; 5 at u @ I 2 .7 S ; 3 at n.so@u.7s; S at Io@ 9 50 ; med i um shipping do. 1o@u good ..d o (J:Ulory), he said, of as reasonable men would, the O n C o L u .... ,ooe Year ................... ............. ..... without change. The'tqtal offerings !or the v;eek were 1075 8.6or.J>8.75. 2 bhds sweeninga 2 2Q, medilllh manufacturing do lo.sor.>.12,. employerr. interests as wen as their own, these men 0 F I RST-PAG E RATSS. hhd d b r: 11 d \::; r \::::' \!:f l 'fi f h lfi 1... -1-Nlt SQUARlt. over Two W i q e C olumns OM Year ................ ,. 495 san 203 xs, as JO ow!l: Tbe Kentucky Tobacco Association sold 86 hhda:-P.e ..,...,red,..-.. 14-7 ; 5 at I5@; ;JS at 302 8.so ; 8 at 3 at 17, 16. 5o, I6.75; 4 I at 14.25; 2 ,at 13. Co., Tobacco Commission Merchants, report :-During c:i gars was a new thing In thrs crty, the Cuban 01gar so@33&.S .13 hhds Owen Co., Ky., new trasb, lugs 13o; 3 at u@u.so; 4 at li@II.7S; 3 at ro@IO.J5; the week just ended the sales of United tobacc;o makers had every thing t)leir own way ; but fortunately a nd leaf: 5 at 9@9 95i2 at II. 50, 14; 5 at I6.2S@ 8 at 9.J0@9 6o; II at 8 @ 8 9o; 5 at 7@7\)o; 7 at 6.2o@' have been remarkably mall, traa.,ctions being of it i& now an old aLyle bere, .,a nd the Germans, w'itb cllar-POSTAG1 I9i I a t 17 hhds P endleton Co. K.y., trash, lugs 6.8o. I hhd V irgi-nia leaf at $i7 xo hhds at priwte strictly retail character, prices consequently were, full. acteristic tute aod apfi:tude, have acquired it, and can and leaf:.!) at $8@9 55; 7 at .. 5o; 3 at 15@ sale. we may permit ourselves to anticipate, we think that successf':llty compete wuh the .best of. them. So wen BY .a. .IICW LAW WJUCR -. ... ....., O._..,'l'JOJI 17 ; r ac >JO. hhds West new: a at The Ninth Street House sold. 88 hhds :-u hhds when manufacturers have worked up the strips aud leaf pleased 1s Mr. Vandervoort wtth the workmanshrp of mr .JAl'I'VA.li.Y 1, 18'15 WE. ABE liow CQaPEI.r&D ft SHCI@9; I.l f t l0.2@14S ; 6 at .3 at 20.50 Kentucky old leaf: I at $30; II at 7@27. 271hhds by them they must enter tbe market again and the for!y Germans now employed by the firm, that he PAY 'IWII POST.A'GE IN ...u) Bl o Aw. 01' @25; 1 a 30 25 4 bxs. Wes Vlrli;IDla ll:t $7, 7 do leaf at Io@I7 7 5 33 hhds do lu&s. at 6 8o@I0.75 supply from timtl to. to the usual aver doubts if the Cuba;s be employ:_d If they offered "THE LEAI.I'" SENT BT n TO ooa vii8DBIBRlS 10.75 ro.75 I48 cases Oh10 seed fillers, bu:ders and 5 h a da do froza !up at 5 .65@ 6 70 11 hbds indiana age extent. Imports, s8 hhds; deliveri'!s, 433 ; stock, to relurn at the ol prrces TREY &ROtlLD, BJICBECEIVBDBT TID: Wl'appers: I at ls.6o; 47 at 681'; 49 a t 8@9.75; 39 tea! and lup at 5o. 3 f ,o20, against 26; 641 at same time laat year. Mr. Sanchez, of the firm of Sanchez, Ho.ya & Co., L.A'I'dm. ::IP:E'Ia:l!l 01.1' cnAB.Ga. o at n at r6@ Si I at 21. Th B H ld 6 hhd b'bd K k described very fully the cause and CDP\equencu oft e RA.I.Qn' 11111 HEBE.AFT:EB. TO XA.KE A. ca.&Baa :At the Miami Warehouse 1(1/, hhds and 48 bu e 00110. ouse so 4 s s entuc A .CAS E OF propoa of the Tyndallcourse taken by the cigar-makers, and only that our :roB A.5D A.JrY ow DOUG 110, 011LD hhds Mason Co. Ky., diatrict t.rasb lugs and leaf: 1 at leaf l.lld 2 at r7.50' 1 at a .. 'Oarwm theones comes m of Gen. Schenck's latest space is limited we sQ.ould publish his remarks at aEPOBTitD"''' tlS, $S; Io at 1 o@14-75; 13 at 15@19; 38 at ao@J9.2Si +at t 2 at stories th.lt be t.old the wife of a British Cabinet officer, length. And the same may be said of the .u WE NOW PAY THE -TAQ&I!Ift'JIIAD e. 'I'll& 3 at 3 o@30.25. 44 hhds 1Brown CQ., 0., district tt1 5 f 7 1 ho assu;ed h1m that, "England made America all tions of Mr. Llerena, Secretary qf the Assooat10n llJBII()BIBEK, .AS .-oaaEltLY, WE HAVE .&DD&D n..' trash, Jugs 'and leaf: :11 at J9 ; 3 at ro.5e@ l 4-S0; i at J 9o, 5 S: 71 6 7 4 s n tana ea an ugs a that she "Pardon, mada111," said Ge11eral; 4 Cul.laa Cigar Manufacturers. The latter gentleman .A.JIOliiiTTO ova &I1BII()BIPTIOK-PBICE.WHIClll B.A.K.IUI :I-s-@r9 1s; 2 9 at 20 25@29?S 16 hhds Co., n, 10 9 1 o. "you remmd me of. an answer of tile Olfto.lad i o bis Miftelled, as one of the motives to .tie s a detp .'l'ElUrS A.lli'OLLG Ky., new: at 17 ; 3 at 8.so@9.8o; 6 at Jo.'IS@ The Exchange House sold 27 hhds :-u bhds Ken-teens, who ..aJ,tendinc Su1Miay achool ro fulit miDation OQ \he-part of e to break up tl'l assof".ae 14 50 5 at xs.qo@1 9.5o; 1 at 20. 11 hbds PeadWtoQ tuck)' olclled'at lr'J. 15 hhcls do ne..-leaf aDd lup: n1 by Ms cber, 'Who tntde ou P" t:Madelciatfon of wlikb association wu organ. ._1 eo., K.1.: 3 at ;PSo .I+75; 4 at r6.so, 17.25, ::ro.25, Sat IJ@'3S; I at I4.5o; 2 at I r.:z5, 11.75; :t 1lt 'lo, me ?' 'Yes.' Wtw, e t lona iz Q( the strike of ft e .. u.75 + a, 10 1o. 1s, .13. u hhds Boone Co. 'I0.5o; 2 at 9.:zo, 9.8o; 3 at 8@S.8o. I hhd .l'enneasee.. (boldin1 his ha 4i en m s apart), ut growed NovelDtlit' lasf,'fol' prot ... 1'1'11 ... ., J.ea Ky". new: 4 at:l74$87.5; -4 at 8(t8.75; 4 at 10, u, loaf at Jrs. 1he rest."' &otureb. Ita as tie o t .__...., will _be Redeemed with a Premium,-' a equiVIIeat for Interest. Capital

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Commission Merchants;.) (J 104 FRONT Aients for the following well known and reliable M.inu!acturers : I : -PACE, W.,J.' YARB:ROUGH & SONS' :nJRPIN & BRO. J. H. GREANER, 1 'L. J. GRANT & CO .. 'I". W. PEMBERTON, JOHN R. PACE & eo., L. H. FRA YSER & CO., R. W. OLIVER, JOHN W. CARROLL, and othHs. ')' WM WICKE : co., I MANUFACTURERS OF 1 t66wATER .. CXGA: t r,aoza:s ln I .. : _155; .15 1; Goeifck si.; To .. : Mere han ts, ,, AGENTs sALE oF ALL 'I'HE ., tAU UB sm1lul JAil OF VIRGINIA & NORTH ,cAROUNA MANUPACTURBD & SMOKING TOBACCOS 01ge.r IU'bbons. . 1 Agents fqr the foJlowing well-known Virginia and ;N. Carolina : RO.IlERT W. OLIVER,_ 'R.icbmond, Va. I Wl'lVG,FIELD., LAWSON, Richmond, Va. ---o D 1::. IIIAY:O & CO. ll1ck'll'?nd, Va. WOMACK & JNGRAM, 1\r...dovllle, Va. V MABIIJI.,..--A 1\ 4k 80 .\\';. T .vENTRY&CO.,Rlchmond,Va. W.DUKE,Durham,N.C. 0 I & KWIG'HT, Ricb,mond, Va. R. T F.AUCETT, Durham, N.C. IIPOR'ERS 8p HAVANA, LB p rBAOOO HAR,DGROVE, POLLARD & co Richmoad, Va. COOPI.'I. & WILLIAMS, Oxford, N. 0. A V Th: special of the Trade is called the following esta:blished :Brands i AND MANUFACTURERS OF TIIB II.A.lfU}'.&,C'l'1JitBD ., "6 CEDAR ST NEW YORK -VirgiolaBeautles,js,.jl,andr.jl. D.C.Mayo&Co.,Navylbi. A Farmer'& Daughter,35, ,.., and J(a.. ) D. C -Mayo & Co Navy, "''and ))s, P. P in whole1 ;-R .UrR }!',andJ(c'iddi"". I I J J -BULK-LEY 'MOORE A CO. .. IBUGill EL PRINCIPE DE GALES BRA.liD OF HAVANA. A.ND KEY WEST, Virginia Beauties, P. P.'swbole and }(Caddl 131d Ned'sChoice,'Xs, l'$s,P. P's. Sallie W1lle,.!1g. D. Mayo 4:; Co..,_,s,.,, and la8. Inincible, F ig. W. J. Gentry & Co., N-avy, }is, P P"'s, c Orihntat, Fig, 1n tin foil, ,;{ fanep. a.nd!on, ro's-. ALEX FRIES & BROS 16 ( >oU.ge Charm, 6-lnchTwlat,intinfoii,Xcaddaoa. B&T. WARRBN AND Charmer, 6 3nd n-ioch. twbt.. mwrr, !;:INCINNAfl, 1 I 1 ., MU'RRAY ST<., Luciou Weed, u-tncb l.'ina Ia bap of11, ,I( a. J( s, aad Xslbo. 11 Ill w y 0 B K, Cha. Heary, Jr., 9-lada li&'lit ,.-_ Gold Bui Virgi.,;a' s Choice. OHIO. N"ACTURERS OF J1 mbrosia, IM. Gold Ke4Sal. lxion. MA v 1 Oliver' a Choice lbs ( Olive. Rose. HAVA,NA' lCIGAR FLAVO. R Pride o(the Natien, lbe. Nqget. Pioneer. Crack Sb(>t, 11>1. Jlew&Tctorinduatry. Hilly Buck. JOS. R. THOKl"SOK. ---, PAOlo CALn. Dluolved in one ga:iloa of Whiskr aad spri tite Tobacco, gi'oes 1f the most commoa articlea.tbe ,Oiolt ofSr.a, p P' Owen' Pride Nation. ft>vnr.4the finest H.avana Claars. PRICE ftn ur Jlntt. lf! n#' 4 o .... Harvest J(s, Duke' D1Jrhaa. Dandy Llon. Jos H Thomm' son & Co I :rau.tett'a_.Duftam.. t l '' .:8illle Tor the Original c-:BLE COIL, BONNE BOUCHE, 4S and 5 Single and Double l 'RA:N CIS I s. Kl.W to ap spec ial brands for SOLE use .r ownerL "IPPO cnvvll' HI' lmPD'IIW Tbtck. A lso Agents for the Celebuted -u JU bb UUlal llmi.Dilal ,lONEJAcK,& BRowN otoK)SMOKtN.t JDBACCOt' .. liTBNT IIPROVED TOBAooo Pix:i'IiiTON a co.'s Ttt: C. A. JACKSON lk CO.; D. Iii. 'f&NNENT & cp.1 for 1 0 CELEDHA'I'ED ltEVBEN .RAGLAND; WILLIAM LO.SG; large Stocks of Manufactured Tobacco of every description, 7 NEW YORK, -robacco-OommlssloD MerchaDts Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands of Smoking Tobacco: Ho-y .... kly :Dew, Pndde B1oMom. Rec!luver, Powhattan, Ent:erprta&, Old Kentaok, Old Los Car'.Aa, Slip, Pllmten' Cbolce. ings, aiid 'ooeratinll sliding cut tobacco, whit.:h is a with sides ang1e5 and bottom witb said knife. Thia mach.inewillcut any ktnd ef t obacco, ao4 cut it perfectly. Plug, Twist, Perique in Carrotts, and any s imilarly ha.rd prepared t o ba ccos ca11 be cut in the ic hard state, without any casing, an}' otber mohiteoing to Bofteo them. ''DIJuiTJIPs e n.oWBI'" ''CHDO'mrB 11T f' c-. fOUl! 4J a} 1 1Farmer'sCboice,''and Jl" Jill 1 SKOJalCJ'C rro:a.Accos.' DEKELBEU a; co., x6o PBARL ST., NEw YoRK. llirPBICE LISTS Jl'trRNISHED ON APPLICATION. J. iO. lG CO., HENRY WULSTEIN llALTIMORE, MD. 1 XllEJQ:L:siiG-, SeliAE!'EI & CO., SUCCBSSOR TO 'OJ N!.W ORLEANS, LA. iorgfeldt & Deghuee, E:llEKEL:SEIG-& co., Jl;ouau of the Wat, Swmy Boutb, \ir Bmn4, Boaey Dew It makes no shorts, can be 1 Tun ;' 1oo Sole for the United Statee for J.P. ... GOLJ') c. F. LINDE. c. HAMrt.TON. TOBAcco oR Certi6cateojll..-n for every irad calii li)' catt, at.t.o number of CelS M. \...ON:NQI.L'i. I t IMPORTERS OF .. Gardiner d:.Co HAV.ANA.TOBACCO Tobacco Commission -j NEW YORK. _1:1-. !:>VBKMT. COSTA, IMPvRTER OF N. LAOHENBRUCH & BRO.,, No. i64 Water Street, New York, 'HAVANA TOBACCO and SOLE A. GENT for thb Brand of Cirars, LA lriAJAGUA, WHOLESALK D&AL<S IN Ko. 183 !'earl Street, HAVANA f& DOMESTIC .Corner of Cedar, 1fEW YOII.K. 1 FELIX cARCtA, Leaf' Tobacco. IMPORTER OF HAVANA LEAF M. OPPENHEIMU &; BRO (f'IOM T. OUTJ:EIUtr;z). AND CI.(}ARS. ALSO OP' T,HE Wl!tLL K'"NOWN DEALERS IN SEED, WF liD KIVU I Western and Virginia Leaf, SAM FELIPE. J All IV T v-.--1 ... ...& .. .1 b of C'A'P _foa B\.n.t Ma11ut.lctoren of JlAPU:E', COtlltKSS wei ScOTcH '39 BROAD STREET, .,.pn """' ouacco 1111 &re ....,..o ... ,,. Gl!.OWN I.IAi', _s..un,aodevonyll!'ade,ofSmoklogTobacco IIPDBm UP IAVO! .U4 Dealer in all tWa of Brands ofCilars 'La Carolina' & 'HBIII'V Clay. And Sole Ag't for Brand 11Prof. Morse," and aARATOCA," 181 '\Vater St., New York T OBACCO, :t.JC.A'F T O:SAC,CO c&2 PEIRL ST., NEW YORK P;....;;.o...,. CUH.Jm BY THE CULP PROCESS,. Our Cigars are finer in flavor than any made in the United States, of American Grown 138 WATER .STREET, it1flnia TID .GUTT, F.. W. T.I.TGIMBORST, Ji.entuek) Leaf Tobacco BOAt UIIISSIUJ MIBCHAIT, o. aa Broatl Street, Tobacco, and are pr.:;nounced by competent judges equal to those Imported from Uavana, whlle j co. The Smoking pure, a HAVANA TOBACCO IIV AJj -LIIF TOJACCQ COIJatiSSlOiKEJtCliANT whDe they contain LESS NICOTJNE, than tobacco cured by a:1 1 AND OF 'l'HE BRAND OF 1.BS W .ATEB STBEET BDG.AB. r.o A,n.d. OXG.A.B.S.. CleARS RITICA," NEW YORK. Office and Salesroom, No. 207 Front St L '?Z'-It. NEW YO!\tr. .!!! Pearl St. New York.. NEW YORK. 08 llltOAD STREET, '' NEW TOaK. GEOB.GE BE!40.E, 11uvuov ManuCacturJer oCFine.Ciaars, ... OB a ,.,.0' aDd Deale Ia LBAP 'rOB.a.oao, loJlD co:M.MrsswN ;ar v No. 195 P ARL 8T., Mew York. ._ a BBOA.D 8TREET, is'e aaoAD STREET ::Pa.%:N'o%::P..Ao.L :&R..A:N'%) ... OM,. J'LQI :'-llV)UI, Ii'I!D. SAWYER, WALLACE & CO., C _OMMISSION 47 Broad Street ; 4 0 OTTilfGER & BROTHIR,, tf.taf KENTucKY .J AJfD LEAF TOB-ACCO 1 L. CARVAJAL'S 4t BROAb &TRET, W 1TEB ST., NBW YORK, NEW YORK. L

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' --J SUPER.IO.R. MAKE AND Prime OwaJIQ of CEDAR -:293, 295 &. 297 St., WM.EGGIRT & co. IMPORTERS UF' HAVANA AND DEALERS BN LRAP 171 PEARL and 78 PINE STS., NEW 'I'OJtK. E.&; G. FRIEND & CO., lmoortera and Dealers in LBAF. TOBACCO,. I SID Maiden Lane. FRlJ:lfD, l Ge-s FRIEND, NEW YQR K .EowARD Fatnd Jr. K ... & S. STIBDIBGIR PIUI&I AD BDIISTIC. Ull JIP 50," &X(IIUJIGE Ji>LA.(i1 N. T. Draw BOlli of Exchange on the principal cities 'of Eu. "JaPe; baa Ctt'Ca.l:ir Letten or Credit to, Trnelers, .::and anat Commercial Cretlit; receive llone1 on De 'POI{t, subject to 8lgbt Checks, upon which tntereat "' will be allowe.l.WATERST., l'fEW YORK. W BKDIL 1: 'BRO., O'F AND DllAL&RS IN LEAF TOBACCO, -BOWERY, NEW YORK WK. AG:NlilW .. SOlfS. 'fobaooo and Commissioir l4erchaut& _... -4-6 Froat e--.,' NEW YOBK. SAY .u.L D&MWI::Pi--' "Leaf Tobaect for Expor& an4 lema tear Tobaooo In atJf peckap b;J' for export, WM. SCHOVERLING, OF AND DEALER IN NEW MI&:.FORD, CONN. Libera l Cash advancesrmade on Consignments. AHNER & DEHLS1 Lm 1SO JiSt., NW YORK. lie -v'o., SuccliSSORS TO ISAAc Run, v UOMMIBSION MERCHANTS, ;J.nd Deakn in Virgmu arvi te-rn Leaf antf /l(anufadl!red Tobacco, Lti!Onct, Gum, etc., J. OW: SUp, X Tork. IKPO:R!I'li::R.S 0::1' AND JOBBERS IN ALL KINDS10F No. 170 Water Street,. New York L. PALMER. A. H. SCOVILLE f Connecticut Seed-leaf Wrapper of our own WEISS, ELIIER & IMPORTERS OF AND DEALER IN DIOVLDS, tt P :a :a: s s :a: e Straps and Also Cigar nibboD;s. 101 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. U.S. SOLID ,TOP CIGAR M'FG CO. H. E. KLEIN & CO., Proprietors: .... -Manatatuar:era of the well known U. 8. Solid ToD. Ci[ar Mmild. N .. B. BORGFEL.DT, MANUFACTURER OE CIGARlYIOULDS, htentte of Clostd Head oufdt', PateRfet of the Single Sprlng?or (JaoOIIy) MOulds. ORDERS 'J'AKJ;;N AT THE FACTORY. HARLEM .Jl. R. fREJGIIT IIUIJ.DJ:J{G WI-liTE STREET, F.oor :19, (::d from R l m Stret>t1 : o't a,t MESSRS, S JACOBY & CO .. Office No. 200 Ch.,hom,Squ.re, HW YORK KIIJFIANN BROS. & BONDY, ANUFACTURERS OF FINE lH tk 131 tl:a.:AKD : BlRifETT & MlCI, 1 SANCHEZ, HAYA & CO,, LEAF TOB A 130. 1sa. 134. ill lii.AlDEN LAli'E-New York 1oa :W a.ter st., FOO:ST CLEiRcruv iiu CIGARs NEW YORK. LIDIRIR A FISCBIL, DEALI:R. S Hf Seed Lea:C' AND HAVANA TOBACCO, 213 !'l.r,.Rt S'!'U!T. voax. W11. M. PaiC:&1 I 4.14 .... MANUPA.CTURKRS AND PROPRIETORS, Lane, NEW YORX. HERMANN & BRO., COIIDli!IIlON AJJD IMPORTERs OF I CLAY PIRES, 77 W!TER-STREE'l'. J NEW YORK I -) STRArrON & STORM .I YA.lWF A.CTUJUIP.S OJ!' S::S:::G-AB.S, a AND LBRS IN IIBAP TOBACCO No. 191 PEARL STREET,.New York J ..t'r0N. a.-all S,.Oltlt. D'v CAR LOAD Ji'OR LEAF PACKERS. !?Superior to any Shooks 11sed in Connecticut Valley. BURLINCTON, VERMONT. I. PACKE S OF DOMESTIC Lioorioe Paste, POWDERED LICORICE, GUM ARABIC, OtiVE Otl, OTTO ROSES, Tonqua Bea.-s, all other Mat&ials for Flavoring used by Manuf'acturers, jncluding the 6nesl Essential Oils, W H. Schieffelin & Co., 170 ad 171! W!LUAK ll'I'Bift, NEW tqu.! 3.1 W. :IDUCBS, llANllFA.CTURER OF CIGAR BOXES, AND IMPORTER OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS of OSEmlB'tJClt II CO., t.ud r. JOCIEI.JUND Kt.nufact'llNII ; IK Cigar-Mowld P.resses, Straps anc.. Cutters, 2&3 S .OUTH STREET, N. Y. $ k THE GERMAN AMERICAN BARK come: of Cedar St.riit, OW VOU. Capital, 9 $2,000,000. DRAWS BlL1 S OF EXCHANGE OF It .all p b ces abroad. and o f Merchants, Banks, s o h c J t @ d ., o4 O, _B. SO.BRE.lNER. Cashier. -SiMON STRAUser:;:; . OF Ciga,r Boxes a,nd ShoW Figures, AND DJ;)ALER IN GERMAN OIGAR MOLDS, PRESSES. CUTTERS; &C. 179 1e1 aor All Jdad.o of Fitrareo Cat to Order and Repaired In the Beot The Trade 8up.PUed N. CtfOPEl\ATIVE CIGAR M'PG co:

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6J DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OJ' LEAF TOBACCO, A .... ... a,.,.._ 885 RACE STRUT, PHILADELPHIA. / ', QA.RJU:rP 6 OO.F -rt J .ltAL cnltissinl :-'_ K.ZB0B.&NTS,' ; No.Delaware-A:v.,Pbiladelphia. Wo. xe Pint Avenue, Pittsbu.rch. ERGER & CO., DE6Uaam .LE.A.._F TOB.A..-000, ;. And Manufacturers of all Orades cof 015:J!;., 8_B'. Wide st., Pltlladalp Pa. all kindl or LEAF ToBACCO II. 'ANATHAN tc CO., COMMIIIIOR MERCHANTS, AND WBOLKSALB. DEALERS IN lt'Gll'e12D.-and Domestio Leal Tobaooos. 1111e. WA'I'Iall.'l'., PBILA.JJBLP.IIIA., 6 18 IOID'I'II tli:COJID IPI'., IT, LOfll. I S. W.CLARK. PHIL. BOJi'N. NEW -DBPARTUREt by JAMES DALEY tc _CO., -OBTJIBAST coan& 'I'BIBD ..&JID RACE ll'l'BEE'1's. PRII.ADELPIIJ.A. All kinds of Leaf Tobacco and Re-packed in caaes, ranging from 30 to 70 pounds, at the Lowes rket Price, aetulweigbt and free 1rom fro!tbitten, uncured or rubbi1h leaf of a.ay kind. Also Genen1 Soppty Store of everyarticJe connectHI with the trade. "" N. B.-:U.A.OCO, 4C & 4:Z MA'R.KJ:T ST.,BarUbnl, Cezm. WI.;:. WUTPIUU., C9MIII88101( KoCJIAllr'l, .... De.-Ill CI-CTICII1 HID Ll&F To o aoco, awe at Ccinn. A. L. a: F. msso. Packen aad Dealers in tONNI;OTIOUT SEED r.EAF TOB.A.COOf No. I 34 MAIN STREET, IJ&.1811 Hartford, Conn. SIMON llANDLEBAUM, Spoelal. r PARKER, HOLIES & CO.. 1 >
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' \ ruE,.., A PI .. '. SUTRQ SPIISI LIIHIIGl Dlr.A.LEB& :DT TOBACCO., NEW YORK. .. clause 5 that the ruling may be altered to a more liberal of the law, but at the same time be etit'ely consistent with .its tenor, to whish eQd we reiterour SIIPplicatioa as your eameet petitioners. Terry, DeMoss & Garr, Musselman & Glover, A. L Robinsoa, V. P't, Taylor, Little &: Co. John Finzer & Bros., J S Willett & Co, L. P. N. Landrum, flopkins & BonduraDt Landrum & Co., Doll & Co., Edward Holbrook, Weissinger & Bate, Musselman & Co S. J. Foree & Co H. C. Holbrook. 7 P&OGBUS OP TBE BU'SIJims Beeerd ef the Past Geld P-1-Encuarapq Slir The financial authority from which we bav4 alreadf. quoted has the following review of the put MONDAY, Ap,illli--A. )L The week which end ed on Satufi:lay llat was a notable one in Wall Stree thegr9up of e'"" dusllnd therein having been of unusual si!llnificanc:e the very first eventS was the breaking up or &f:e gold 'TIIB 115DERIIIGNII:D COliTINtrES TO IMPORT .urJ) PtJ1la IIPA.XUR .urD TUIUUI:T LIQtTORIOE 0.11' tTXIJIIORJI cttTALITY A.IQI TO GIVB II.&TU .. ACTIO. TO EVERYTOBA.CCle .. ..,.._m'Vft .. ... lUll REJI'lllRS '1'0 TIUII VA.RIOIIS .urJIOIIIICEJIII:JI'I .. A. .. COl'D'DUidO TaB OIVEII AS '1'0 TRill mrnJOBJI9.b.ntt' GJII ...... RAJrDII .&liD Rill A.IIILl'I'Y TO UriSrY THOSE USING RU LJ'tl10RICB. THE OL'D IAVORITB BBAliD or ;r, 0. 7' 0.. A:ltWAYS BEADY W'&B. Bow it LOOks to the Preaa-A. Trap te Bleei ttie clique, which baa been operatiBJt for sope e ltlanaftletarer. distress merchants and harass TJiis. [ F.rom Jhe Rahign (N. C ) Register .l clique, after many weeks' operations, finally became :KD.BS & S of' PIDe. Ol&;u-s, AlQ) -lis.u.usm r.BAI' "SO BOWERY, NEW YORK. CHAitLE8 A. WULP'P', 1. LICIITBIITIJI & BJt.OTIIBRi [,itbagaplllr, l'riJ1.ter, 11111 ](auufaotn:rer of t' KAN.UJ'AOTURERS OF 'JRE ELK" and "ONWARD'! CtO.ARs; .b4 Dealmi in l.IA!' 'l'OIA.OCO, 'Nos. 34 ao4 341 Bower_v, NEW YOR.K., liD W GOODWIN, DJ:ALLR IN DELIVERY A.'l' TRE SHORTEST :SOTICE, .o\1.10 .... Q. 0.. JP T dD HIS OTHER aa.&:SDS or TlTBKISR P.&BTB, ALL OV WHJCR A.R.B GIVIWG 11!1 (l0EASED SA. A.CTIO!II, All IIIIITAlrCED BY TIUI &&I'ID Y OROWDIG DBILUID .AIID BIITIJUi A.BIIEliCB 0.11' OOlllPLAI!ITS. JAXES C. 55 'W' .& TBR. '.rRBB-r. NEW YORK. RrcKu:oH'D, VA., January 7, C. Mc-Andrew, f,aq. New York. Dear Sir: We _.-pect ote:ody hscr-.ln the 4e...alld \ for your Uq-.. All the Jflattafacturers to we oell toatlly tolu "lllform ODd eKCellent quality. Yoan, W19 J. WRIGHT.. Louisnu.a, Jaa. f 1&!'1. ]as. C. McAndrew, oq., New York. Dear Sir': We lake pleaalll'O lallatin1 that your braDcla ef both Spaallh and TurkltbLiqlwrico Pute havialen enti.re aatidaction to all oarmaDufacturen duriDI' the paat the qality ha'fi111 beea unW'ftflllly esceUeot. We remaiw, dew llr, YerJ obedlentl:yyoun, !JUNGBLUTH .. CO. ltr. Lou Mo., January 9 >175 ]lUDeo C. 14.,. Andrew Eoq., New ?ork. Dear Sin Itlowlth pleUUI'O that I ba>re to 'Mite ,..,. that the dtw-ot aauafac turen ln this part of the country whom. I have auppllecl witlliyour b...of botlt Spauloh aud TarklaiL Putear. YJI!!F1 much pleued ,.itb ka uaifona and remarkably ezcollont quality. I Jemain. dear lir, 1"""tral71 L W. 1 tJ...vMCHAU&O. VA., 8, t87S Jamez C. Me Andrew, Seq., Mew York. Dear Slr1 We baYeJ>leasure in mUng that ia our district your brand of Spania!a and Turkish Liquorice Paste have in,-.riably given en tire eatllfactioa, tp all using them, qoalltybeluraulfotm an4 lbcelleat ato,ll timeo. We .._... ci4IIJ 79'1'" triab-, ;;;;.,; T.II:OS'. L. JOHNSON & CO. THE OO:M:MISSIONER'S RULING Commissioner Douglass with one stroke of his pen awake to the realization that their movements were too can alter a severe and plainly unjust ruling of his with unpopular to insure succe s s if the gold speculation was regard to the tax from the tobacco manufacturers. It carried much, further. It became a matter of necessity IS to be seen whether he will do it. The idea that the to make a "short, sharp and decisive" movement, and bill imposing the additional four per cent. became the this w.as d ooe on l4onda when gold was pushed up to law immediately after midnight of the 2d inst., and that, 117 ancl cash gold given the value of 1 per too, when all his revenue officers were selling the tweaty cent. per diem On this manreuvre the clique was -en cent stamps all day of the 3d, looks too much like a a bled to di3pose of the balance of their gold, and there trap to bleed the pocket of the manufacturer, and Comthe bull-movement ended. Late in 'the week tliere was missioner will but ke8p honest faith with the a decline in the gold premium, and cash gold people by reversing his ruling. We know of one manubecame very easy once mere. Th. e end of the gold facturer who, under the recent decision of the Commiaspeculation causeg great buoyancy in the foreign ex sioner-, will pay fifteen hundred dollars additional -tax changes, the of the '!'ere made It is unfortunate our Congressmen did not watch this for Saturday S packets 1 he cond1bon of th,e bill to have provided against all such hardship on tbe gold market was a source o f much to manufacturer. A simple amendment would have saved chants who require the use of m their bu:>mys, it However now it i s done if it be1the intention of and the b:npl'ovement of the foreign excha ge matket the to rob the of their it is le.!,i to all in ,grain an. d JJ,og products clearly not the intention of the law. We see the for export, a11 once more to lla;cl tobacco manufacturers of St. Louis have protested a free market w1th the bankers for com.mercial. against his decision, and sent him a petition asking lii:m the export .of don;testlc to reconsider his agam resumed something like thetr wonted iegulirfly. A.ctlou of the. New Trade-Heaahltloas A PeraeuJ AppHeatlou -ef the Passe by tile .Na&loaal J!iae-()-.& Tobacee [ Fro111 tile Richmond. ( Va.) Mig, Marek 29.] AMOeladoa. We published Saturday, in our telegraphic In response to a pall of the re:.;ident, a meeting of ment, a dispatch from Washington presenting a long and the National Fiue-Cut Tobac co ,Association, was held labored letter from Mr. Douglass, Commissioner of In at the office of toe Messrs Hoyt & <:;o. 404 Pearl ternal Revenue, to -justify his ruling that the Street, New York, pu March 30, r87 5, Mr. revenue law,_ signed by the President alter breakfast of Thos. Hoyt acting chairmaQ, at which the following the 3d cay of March last, took effect immeJhttely after How A TOI!ACCO CR!WER resolutions were unanimously adoptt;d: r2 o'clock on the nigb.t of the 2d instant. The Com-F TOBACCO And FINE CIGARS, ENJOYED A THREE Taous Resolved, That in our opinion the manufacturers of missioner fortifies his by citations from de AND M I L E RIDE I N A tobacco, cigars and ci,l!'arettes, are not liable for any cisiuns of the Supreme Court, which may or may not be HEARSE.-A few days :!go further assessment, or tax, on stamps bought on, or beapplicable; but he might pile Pelion upoh Ossa of such Lre':"arks the Oakland (<;a!.) fore the 3d of March, r87s-provided the goods for decisipns without convinci-ng any man possessing a TnbuiU] a arnved whk!t such stamps were requ1red were .hade and finished taimble-full of br1ins a law takes effect twelve front. Rochester, New York, on or before said 3 d of March, r875 hours befo r e it beco mes a law. We have had occasion consigned to & Ruolvui, That a committee of three ,be appointed, heretofore to discuss at least ohe of. Mr. Douglass's Morgan of this cty. The with power to obtain the opimon of legal counsel .con n.lings about tobacco, and the opinion we then formed hearse transported fr om cerning the legality of the Commissioner 's decision in is now confirmed ttlat he is inimical to the great tobac the shop Rochester, ll!llth Circular Letter No. r6, relative to his demand of an co interest He never gives the manufacturers the out chanlj:mg; cars the extra tax of four cents perpound on stamps on hand lfenefit of the strongest doubt in an equivocal l.iw, but March 3 d, r875, apd ;u lO@ as J;uch opinion sltall be seems to take delight in harrying them with decisions placed. Refore shpm ent obtained, the committee of shall call a meeting of adverse to their interests. We will wager a 'plug of the placed a this Association. ; Frazier's best that if the Commiuioner should ever be !arge box over It to protect Tbat the expenses incurred by the employconvicted of an offence punishable with imprisonment, tt from the weather. T_he inellt of legal counsel shall be paid by the different and that on the day after coaviction a new law should b.ox rested on the m members of this Association, in proportion to the amount take effect substituting banging for such imprisonment, SJde the wheels, bemg loog of their individual interests, said interests to be deter he, or his counsel, would most vigorously protest against enough to extend from the mined by the amount of excessive tax to be paid. any exp1sl facto interpretation or the law that would re.tr over dash-board in TH0S. A.clmg Ct.ainNJn.] l cqnsign him to the .. gallows. the importance of is clearly understood by aTI bu:oiness men. With the opening of lake,_. river an4 canal navigation, now near at hand, and an improvelbent in the condition of the country roads, we may, a rapid marketing of the large surplus bf last year's grain erop still held 1-y the farmers, and, as we have remarked, in pn':vlous issues, this will give a new impetus to ra-' vivil)g trade, and in many ,vays assist the country in moving on 'to prBSperity. The pleasant weather of the week and the change in the gold situation did much for the general tP'de of the city, was much active than of late. Tne dry soods JObbers telt them activity, and they experienced a free deraand for most fabrics The result of this has beep a con sid!!rable reduction of stocks ia jobbers' haDds, anti, with a continued demand from country merchant the furtller depletion of stocks will cause fresh purcballes from importers and, commission n;1e:rchan Th s will reviving business be felt throiJ&bOtJt the l'IIJI1ificati&S, of the department of dry goods. In a wholesale way otlar branches of trade have been more active, \Uld in all quar, ters the feeling to the future is one of intense hop8!ul. ness. The city retail merchants fe.lt the efFects of pleasant weather in a large demand for goods. Tlae revival of our export trade, and the general starting of the wheels of business were felt en the Stock Exchange. where an improved feeling prevailed, and finally resulted in a higher range of values. The prospective large bursements of moneY. in the early future also had 1m exhilarating influence on speculation and, assisted die growing buoyancy on the stock Exchange. Within the next sixty days large amounts of money will Wall Street for investment, and all good bonds and stocks are likely to fell the impulse of this influx of capital. Th* is oae peat reason for the strong undertone which bas pervaded the dealings in the stock market for some -Jit.de.. time put. Every thing now points to easr money for the balance of the Spring and during the Summer, and this is another reason for the steady growth of ftdence. The statement ,of the .... ssociated I}anks, from the Clearing-house on Saturday, relected tbe recent outflow of currency to assist in making the ut of April settlements among the farmers of the Middle and New-England States. The agricultural interests /of these States generally in a very healthy condition from the liigh prices obtained for products for some years past, and hence many mortgages on farms l)aye been paid off, thus decreasing materially the volume of currency required in the annalsettlements. ln. alluding to high prices of farm products, it may be proper to say that !OLst year was an exception; but, then, thie was only one year in many. The decrease in legal tenders was only $:z,o6:z,7oo, a very insignific&at-ltltiount for the New York l:ianks to lost! just previous to the April settlements 'I'he speci.e average. shows iln incn;ase of $r,J82,70o, which may appear small when it that at least $s,ooo,ooo gold was re[eased by the winding up of the buil speculation in the Gold Room; but this gold did not drift back to the banks urit1l very late in the week, and it must be borne in mind 'that the bank statelllent is. made up on a 1\)'Stem of averages, and shQW.S the c:Qtidition of the .banks t the close of business on Friday, to which time the figures are com pife d. T,he full effect of this gofd wiU be seen io auece'eding statements, The ottier changes are generafty insignificant, the loans Oeing p lsot,Soo and the de posits hsr ,6oo, while the is down St6,.p. The net reserve of the banks shows a decrease for the we_ek of S7J7,900, but they still have On band an mtcess of reserve above legal requirements of SSi783,:Z75 The a<:_tual condition of the banks to-day is really better than tho figures indicate, as the specje averqe.ia a one. The return flow of currency will soon set in from the interior, if it has not already set in, and the No.' 228 Front Street, Bet. Beekman & Peck Still, :NEW YO .. Jt, F. W. SMYTHE & CO., Commission Jlercha,nts, CICARS, .c. 30 NORTH .IOHN STREET. No. 229 ChllrCh Stleet, PbDiJelphi&. LIVIII&E'OOL. UliiLAJID. BetweeD S.-d aad Third. ALL BUSINESS TO WITit DESPATCH. II mLDl J M. SHIII'l'A&D, 1111.'1'01<, N.C. ]. M. SIUPPA_aD &: Oo., D.o.Hn&.UO. VA.. JOHN II. SHEPPARD tc,CO., Leaf o ceo Deala:rs, :D.AOAII v I I T "R', 'V .A.. ..IUNQIIWTH A CO., A8ente, Lou_levllle, Ky. ALL TOBACCOS REHANDLED; PACKING a:EIIU. APPL:EIIY I This Flavor by casin!l with it will bri'lll" llich Color of Havana. Thi s is a Top Flavoring alsa.. for. illeta aod atr l,;oloriDI' GeiHJine Havana Flavoring. It -wtllglve to the the Foil ltlaor of Havana, &D:d bring the Wrappers to Colors, a.nd when smolte4 it baa that s..---and Aroma tiLat all Havaoa Ctpno bave. ou C!IUI talte of "odhuu:y 1'.._ anlr"""' to t1 llls'Miifol H11vana and makf': them tougli. lt will. by sprinkling the }tillers with it, gi..ye a fine Havana Flavor. lt wiU make the wrappers tough. Jt will make tbe tohacco burn white. It will make a Cigar bold its ath., No dropping oC the asb. from the Cia:ar. 1 It ia no aa AlcobOhc preparation, but _prepared from. Herbs and brought to a gummy Guaranteed DQt to be injurious. but beneficial, and only tbe clear H&U!Jla Savor. S1 1 &liN lwi#ID. 1V1 tltiU give '114 n.m1s, lnlt -.q-'17 tlu 'lJJIIrtlinl 11/ ..,, II/ OIW' III.Urs t"'cdwll, M WI d4 -uJt fNI M lihrl7 'Ill 1111Wrliu tiu cnts of,.,. c.st .. nur&' 6'1Ui,.,u. CINCUfNATI, OHIO. APPLUV CtcAw MAcHIN& Co. find draft for two hundred dollars, for which please u11 ima.Jed\atelv forty xal1ons of y our Havana Flavoring. Yours, respect[ully, ----. S .-We receive-ttle above order monthly. NORTH CAROLINA. APPLEBY CIGAR MACKIN& Cn. G-nts: Send u:; five l{allonA immediately, aad quote prices to r fortJ. Yourstruly, ----. Naw YoJut CtTY. APPL11BY CtGAR MACHilf& Co. Ge,ts I ha\'e u11ed the Fla"Yorer eipecially to color some I had, which 1 coul d do nottlina witb1 they being of a mottled color. By your -dtrections, 1 lound that -'1 tbe Leaf ciUJUJ to fine Ml e.er woriLe,d ln Tobacco 1111d aave it a beaaUfal bro-. I will take twenty J&JIOql and WQO l d not be without i t f'dW dobletlte prtce. Youn truly, ----. W e have upon our hooks hundreds of Custamerw, whlch w e will show toaDy oue who wilt p&J us a viait, all speak' the higbeotof temaa. Jt requires either in castn-r or applied to the &11en one pllon for every one hundred .lbs., makinr the cost only one dollar a.nd fifty cents per AI mor on cl&ariiiOW u11ed by tb.tt trade in general. Addrea aU orders 131 WATE& STB.EET :N:E'W YOaK. 't SMOIUNG HABITS.-An actor, has RICH!ofOKD INSPECTIONS an account of _to AGAIN.-The Richmond, Pnnce BLSmarck s home, remarks that "It Wife (Va.) EntJu;;,,. says: The who brought t() her huiband h1s l.ong porcelam_ ptpe following extract from a he day: He. never smokes ctp.rs, h1s letter receiYed in physiCian havmg forbidden It he too a tobacco buyct; ftom a of tobacco! an.d w.?uld have been m danger of leadina firm in LouisvD!e, bemg po1soned by tJICahne. Kentucky, needs no com ment. It is, we understand, AIDs FOR SaoRT method by which only a sample of sev-eral persons with short memories may sing songs which have other letters which have been partly forgotten, and also supply rhyinr;s, is sug reached the city lately: "I gested by the following : wrote you yesterday orderu Oh, if II Jaad a lamty tam l u-mtr tum too1 Ia tlie laud of tiLe olive and Iii: I would ai o( the laati tum lum.ti to JOU, Aad pi&J oa the t!Uagumy jitJ. ing ten tien:es, but I have to-day seen 11ome of 'your ll1chdlond hogsheads rein spected, which was so dis cOuraging I have decided to cancel the order for the f10nt.. Owmg to the coaE. A. McALPJNE, strucuon of the driYer's seat The Text of &he St. Loais l'rotes&.-Facta Plaialy on the hearse the comers of The of Louisville Trade-Pat. the box extended far' enough A StrODIJ A.rray ef Naaaes-The lmpre,raable ST. Lours, March 1 'lo 13? 5 to allow room for the body Position A.!lsamrd. by the Trade J. W. DouGLASS, 'C1mmissioner llj Internal Rnmsw, of a man to pass between rrr L D c n asntng.on, .: the box at that poiat and y. W. Douglass, Commissionl!r of Revmue, DEAR Snt-Hav1ng received official notice frop1 tbe the he-arse. The front and Waslli'ngton, -D. C. Co11ector of internal revenue of this district, to report the rear of the vehicle is so SIR-We,' manufacturers of tobacco of the city of amount of stamps placed upon packages of tobacco on constructed as to swing Louisville, Ky., have received information that :r. ruling the 3d inst., t:ommencing on and after Ill o'clock M. of open, and thereby hangs the has been issued from your office requiring the manufac-that for usessing an additional 4 cents per podhd tale. This was noticed by turers of tobac<;o to to the U. S. Collector of In on all such stamps used, the manufacturers of this city some one who, without the ternal Revenue of their various districts for the purmet for the purpo,;e of getting an expression of the trade fear of the railroad compose of furnishing an inventory of all tobacco on which as to the justice or equity of Government officials daim panies, silently contemthey had affiKed stamps since midnight of March 2, ing or assessing this additional tax above the lawful plated bow easy it would be r875, at the 20 cent& rate !Jf tax, with the: view of asamount paid for stamps at the time of purchase and to save a few dollars and JeSsing and additional tax of 4 cents per use The meeting was unanimous in protesting against see the country where straw-pound on a:ll tobacco the assessment, on the following grounds, which we benies grew as large as We believe this ruling to be unjust, and that it irntrust will have sufficient weight or force tG cause you to ben's eggs all the year round. poses a penalty on us withovt any violation of law on reconsider your ruling, and thereby save the trade from Thls. unknown one devoured our part to ju$tify its imposition, and we enter our ear an unjustly imposed penalty : with eager eyes the place nest protests against it, and submit the following rear. The manufacturers were not cognizant thjlt whet"e--he 'lllight recline unS'Ons iu support of this protest, to which we ask your twenty -five cent tax bill had become a law until after the disturbed, and tllen pounced consideration, and trust that they may be sufficiently business hours of the 3d inst., which was aboat ive 9'if to lay in stock of pro strong to induce you reconsider your ruling: o'clock P. M. The revenue officials distinctly announced visionll. These he procured, First-We were not cognizant of the passage of the that there were no instructions from Washington in reaad silently poked through 24 cents tax bill until the morning of the 4th inst., al gard to any new regulations of law tliat stamps would be the cavity between the though we used reasonable diligence to ascertain the sold and business conducted as heretofore under the hearse and the box, after' fact at the earliest possible moment, in order to avoid revenue law on ao cents regulation, and on the strength which he followed with due any complications which might alise frcm a posSible inof confidence In the actions of the Government officials deliberation. Once within fringement of the law. in this city the manufacturers purchased stamps, made the wooden sepulchre, he Second-The revenue officials continued to issue and contracts and conducted their business as usual. waited a song of praise, for deliver stamp>; throughout the day of the 3d, and dis2. Every manufacturer in this city was complying with there repoaed a large box tinctly announced th .at they had no instructions from e1my known law and refJuiremenlthereof, not only as an (such as are used to encase Washington to discontinue so doing, nor notice 4f any intelligent construction of the eiisting statutes direC'ted, coffins) filled with silyerchange whatever in the law or regulations the but as enunciated by the Government representatives. plated casket ornaments, to&acco tax; and, regarding the Government officials 3 Had your rulings or the proposed action of the etc., which had been packed as the best and only official channel through which to Government been indicated in the early morning of the in straw .tnd shavings, as gef information concerning 1the tax '!?ill, and relying with 3d, the manufacturers could have guarded against any also the seat cushions. Af confidence on their opinions and statements, we accorinfringement of a posswle law, either by suspending ter arranging nis corned dingly conducted our business as usual under the then business or. conducting transactions in such a manner as beef, bread, sardines, her. existing law and regu:ations, sales a ,nd other woufd have readily 10et this case, thereby saving loss oll metically sealed cabbage, transactions on the basl1 of the 20 cents tax, and ad:er contracts and avmaling penalty of Jaw. From tl i e best and tobacco, he deranged the belief that the bill would possibly become a in infotrtiation we can gather, we learn that the revenue the ornaments in the box-so tbe of the 3d in st. We could only We our bill dic;l not receive the Ptesident's signature of as to leave a nice place in transactlons on the facts before us, and we could tlot until late on the afternoon of the 3d. Hence until the the centre for 1,him to !epOSe aaticipate or believe that a ruling would promulactual time of' its approval by the President it was in. And then, after taki .nc gated ante-dating the actual pallliage of the law from doubtfutwhether it would become a law or Your drink and a chew of to fiAeen to eighteen hours. rulings ante -date the actual passage of the law some bacco, he reclined amid tbe Thini-About twelve days intervened between the fifteen or sixteen hours str aw and fine shavings. date of the passage of the law and the publication of We do tLOt the Government or its represen Wi!h .a degree of caution your ruling in our city, and in the meantime a large tatives intend to act arbitrarily or unjustly, nor do we as tHat IS commendable, he amount of tbe tobacco stamped after midnight of March manufacturers and taxpayers wish to enter into annoying used to get out at night oc:z, with shmps pnrMIIS/y Drrhntl tuui paid fo,. or vexatious litigation in opposing the carrying out of a casional!y when the train the 2o-cenl tax, bad been sold or removed from the justly considered ruling. lienee do we present briefly stopped at a station, and factory under prices based on that tax, and all which a few of the facts that prempt us to protest against the bavin2: secured fresh fodder for purpoaes. of affixin& additiooal stamps, is proposed assessment,_and pray that you w.hat to line his gastric vacuum, entirely beyond our control, !lnd sh011ld we, under your must be pronounced tn any court of equ1ty an UnJUSt return to his combination ruling, be compelled to pay the 4 cents additional per and oppresive ruling. The entire trade of thi3 boudoir, dining and sleeppoui14, it will work a loss to us Qf ihis amount Had your city urge your consideration to the foregoing petition ing apartment, with an ruliol been indicated or pubn.bed on the morning of and statement and hope to have your early response abiding faith in the absolute the 3d, wt=: could have arranged our transactions to meet Respectfully yours, goodness of railroads as a same without inc:urriug losa to ourselves and certainly W. K. PRICE, President. means of quiet travel. As none to the GGvemment. ALEX. J: LEGGAT, S'y. was seen by the remnants Fourth-Oar information, gained from the most of hams, skins and bread reliable sources available,ie that the bill wu not approved SoUTHERN CUSTOMs AT nn: EAST.-" Soul' for dipleft in his lodging, his appeby the President until the afteraoon of the 3d inat. pin&" is advertised by tobacc:Ooiata in Providence. 1 tite remained substantial Fifth-With but a small exception, all tAt sk11njs througbout the journey; but aftb 6,/ M't1rclt 2 Wm! orderlll t1111i paid his amiable weakne-ss oseems j11r ;, so11U ,_, 11uw t1f111 fout days hfore, aflll fi'OIIIrl Tats Cao or 0..1o.-A local JC?urnal reto have been in lining the have been tiJI/1 .Ji:wl t. t1u tobtzcco INftWe tltat date marks that if proepec_ts are realized, glass walls of his sanctum for the failun J IM CtJIIId4,.1o thlifltr 1/u satJU i11 dw largeat crol! ever grown m Ohio wtll be thts with tobacco juice. A lime (his clerical force being inadequate to the' task of yea.r. SowiDi llas but platers biJhly colored, signinc and cleliverinc tbe stamps within a reasonable the1r and run HI on time over a short cut. med clay pipe found in one lime after date vf requisition); and fill tJ!Jjt ltJ corner gave proof thai it lft111U, fot l.tf wf'l&iJIIriflgs of Gftltrntllelll o.lcNis. waa not allowed bj rust 1i-itb Sixi.f-We.bave alao receiyed iDformation that the inactivity, and told how vaprovision oltbe law concerning whisky has been con cation between meals was strued to take e6ect after midnilht or March 3, twenty sometimes passed. To four hours after the prOYision applicable to tobacco took wind up, the unknown is eftect; and !urtller, that certain wbieky in procea of supposed to have managed manufacture, to wit: aU ia the cistern or vat at miiclhis case philosophically. night of that date, was permitted to be wil.hdrawn frem. H-e m.ade no umaecessary the same as late as the morning of the 4th. Now, we trouble, and if be had deem it but fair that the operatioos of tbe lsw be as cleaned out his crib before lwerully coaa&nled in the"" case u in the vacatin2:, few w ould have We l!lelieve the reuoaa we have Biven are aulicient been the wiser. to entitle us to your eamest conaideralion,;' eiJHWIJ .. Gov. BAGLW AS A. MAN.-A corre spondent' of tile Detroit Ne1111 thinks it is astonishing how dift'erently tbe &aiDe actions perfcrtlled by different peraens are recarcied by the laclies. Now, if you or I, he says, were to insist on hain& a RlO\lthful of fresh air in a stifllog railroad car, the 1ady passen_gera would rLH ,,. -Jse and protest a1ainat the Conductor," said one lady on a Detroit, Lansing and Lake Michigan ttaih the other day, go aDd &Jaut that big man's win dow. I'm catchinc my death of cold." "That's Gov. Bqley," whiapered tbe cooductor. "Ah, what a fineIookina man he is. Well, laappose lie is so big he caa't. ltaa
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. TJI.E-:-S'e1taeoo r 00 -..nufaot.-ar .... J.ionrioe. JOHN ANDERSON t, CO. OF THE. Um mo TBUCCIIS 11,i 11nd 116 LIBERTY STREET, .W YOilK, Be;r to attention pf the Dealenla Tobacco thmupollt tbe s-aa4 u.o -. Wor14 to U.Otr ""' CELEBftl!ED t8LACE FIIIECUT WALLIS&. 00. I:XTR.O.. Tobaeeo ma.nufa.cturei'IJ and the trade in are Jl&ftieularly ex amine ua test tho snpe110r properties of this LICORICE, which, being no. '>rought to the highest perfection, is C::W.td under the above style of brand. Weerea.lso SOLE'AGlllNTS forme !::.."'and. I whick Ia 'bel"&' Ollce mor. munsfectareGL Sailor's CIIDice, '' Jr,s, !So r 3,._ 6o, 7s. So, 910 101. Cbatlenp, 11oc. Klw Philip, Sc,.,- Sp"'""'-, Wublugtca. J(o, and .4pricot, .liilo VY .... ..,_.-DoUble ThiCk, Unconquered, J ) brt. ddl. u ACME" PaDoy in. MANUPACTUJ:ns OJf ALL ICUCDS o llonle Mitchell,. Pouuds, D t 1 c a :Narrap.,..,U. ft$ 1c llychanaa! ,.,.. I l'rlde of t.lse Re-'IDOII Jac k of c ubo. p llet PI ... t l3 Bowe-. WU .. Ll.HI UC.\L..UIA]t 0C DAY::,c: LYALL. .;7 HeELil.OY 1c co .. Sole-Ag'tG, 31 Brca5, 1\,EW YORK. BEPPINBIIMIR & MAURER, PraoUo-.1 ENCRAYERS AND PRINTERS, RV STE.&lll POWBR .&.liD RA.J.IID PREIIIES. and COl'llft'&l'ITLY Oll JU.J.IID .I.BD JIEW DICSIGXS XADB TO --..,!olt ____ Internal :Revenue Books. Tho Orlgiual IntetDal ll.neoue Publishing House. JOURCEN8EN, f SOl.R SUCCJtSSOJl '1'0 &STJ& A nllTH, y. o. Boz s,6wJ, ar Lla&RTY ST., x. y. INa4m, l!ou &114 8tlllc:iJa a Spec:lalt,-. l 79 Ch=bers SU'e.t, TO TO a uooai WlU'I' OF BROADWAY, l!fEW YORK ...... 0 CIIOWBIIS. 1 'l'liY .. L Jd, POSTEll. P.DW.&.RD HILSON. RUDOLPH WYMA1f. o F BROOKLYN. N. Y G:EO. :a:. Ln'OlUJ, ,l'res J. :a:. a.uooim, Sec. E. J. wmn.oox, 'l'reas. BUSXRESS 123 Fr,oD.t street, New Yo;rk; 16. CENTRAL \\'HARF, BOSTON. I MANUFACTURERS OF THE WELL-KNOWN "FRUIT em," and numerous GJIU:aaHD Brands of PtUG toBACCO. & VAN RAMDOHR, HaYana. &.Dd Seed Leaf TOBA.,C C .OS,, 189 !-'EARL STREET, NEW YORK. LIBERAL ADVANCl:MENTS MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS STAR TOBACCO FERTILIZER, cootah>taa laqe per c...tqe of l'O'!'ASll, SOL'Ir!LZ l'EOI!'U'l'l, Tb "--t .Wta obtai liM ou TOBACCO. ..,.. pr .. ferret.l to eruvlaa Guano Prk>eo 81>11 ... TOl'J, ts ...... 'I'IIIOJUI:, Af'Pir to LORZJF.rZ cl: 'CHE.IUCA: L WOUS, J B4LTDUUl&. 1TIN f JOHN .J. CROOKE, II l"UrAC'rUR lflt O'P TI AID BOTTLE CAPS,' PLJU.,. .&'hi