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

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I .. VOL XI.--NO. 14. NEW: YORK1 WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1875. WHOLE NO. 534 lht iobKttn IS PYBUSHRD l r EVIIT WEJ)NESDAY MOUNING BY II fHH TOBACCO LEA t'' PUJILISBING 00, 142 Fv.lton St., New J;"ork. 'll ... x=tor. AU Letters llo Ulcl be plaJnl.,. "ft!: 'iOIAOCO LUI'' l'O'III.JIIINI !CO. -Terms of the Paper : SINGLR CoPLas, 10 C &!tfT.s O N & YttA R .. .. I!Jx MONTHS. ... fJ 10 liir' ltemembf.r tha t the cost to the or monthl) aabKriber is JJ;Pt ;.r ANNUAL SUBiiClUPTIOilS AIIBOAD. GRBAT BatTAl Jf ..uiD CAJI..-...& .. .. Ps 04 lbttl.ntN HAMBURG AND THa Co .. -rtxsxT. o8 AUST&ALI &TC., vtA EJIOL..ur, .. .. C u aA, --.. 04 No ordens for tho paper CODIIdered, 11nless accompanied bJ tiM corrHpoa dl.,. -at. .. Remittances hoald, ln every h utance. be made hy moaer;:::oler, chock w draft. 81118 arellal>le !W, "'ihe onlJ be Ant at tiM croatea\ Txa T t uu. c c o LllAr c oiDJDend It self l o every one In any r luteroatod Ia totuco, e tthel' u grower, maDofad.llnr oc dealer. It ai..e ault1IUIr aa immense amoun t oflofo l"lll&tfoo reaar4iag the "weed,"' aa4 tbaa cOD.Jtitutes It .Jail a -.111 #INGIIIC tint ba1 lon r 1inc e bee n feOOirtllzN u otandlnJ&Uhe head ofopeclal tr&Aie pabllcatiODI. Its repqrta are full and uhaunl.,., aad JOme from evt!rJ qurter ol tlie 1lo!::e wlaere .. """"" Ia aold. llir lt lo tho ONLY ioeekly pabllcatlon esten alve\r to tobacco. Llfw .A-bt"r R ll-7lWo>t P-.J &ll8m tmarni or !Dvm18118 YORK. Gaallleur B. 26 Cedar. M-na, T. H. Ill Co. 161 lobldea Laae. .,,.,,.,,., CJ.., p;,_ Batter H. Broth .... 77 Water Demuth Wm .. & Co. 3 0 1 Broadway MilnJatlrlrtrl of Briar <111d l m porttrl S.oJer1' .Arridt1 .. Dem.utll Wm. at o., Broadwa y blportrr1 f Lkwice Ptt. Gford, Sherma n &lnnls1 uo Wlltiam GomezArpimbau, t, i B William. K c.Aodrew james C., Water Weaver It Sterry. 24 Cedar. M anufcturn'J A Scblelfellu W H. A Co. 110 aaci rra WHllam. Havana Cigar Flvo r l'riel Alex. & 16 College P l a c e M-/_adwnrs f P.,..,Und Li>oria. Hillier' s R. SoDJ &: Co., 55 Cedar. 'f{ eaver & Sterry, 1'4 Cedar s .. d uaf Tola u Inf!tttlm. Jl,enMI J. Me]. i: Co: ., & 129 W ater. Fink e Charles, 1.55 Water. Lindo F. 0 ... Co 141 Water. T!Jomao, &. Jl. w Ci('IJTI lUI .DHUrr lir Leaf Tobacco. Kroha, J'el.ss & C o., uo Vine 8 &: C o., 112 We-st.Tbird. Weil, K aha &: Co., 154 Main. Z i n s1 Jacab & Bro., J8 East Seco,..-1. S!tert Mlta l Cig.,. Mltl.t. Napole o n Dubrul, 1666 Weot Seccmd. CLARKSVILLE, Teaa. Llti r T .. lbace.,. Cotterill, Fenne r & Co 1lin7 E. Secelld. P11U6 .t Ctllr, Hoglen &: Peaoe, Thlr4 St. and Canal. Gravoo G Ce-. Narc ;r,,.,,;,, DETROIT, lliek. _, Gutl:Lrle & Co., us Front.. MIM fotrer CiuWi"r .fUT S111Minr '--' 1.. TU... NaJi,_ TPIU."' B arker K. C. & Co. 74 & '' Jeiferaon ave. Hoodleso W. J, &: Co., 22 WUl am P.-ker, Holmes A Co., 51 J efferso o Ave M_,factot><:.. Hellltell Japob, h < & 295 llloaroe. L\chtenbeqr G 13. &: Co., 61 Conrn011t. l!ast Wlcke Wtru- .. 1551h Goerck. DURHAM, N. C. M-ftul,...,.fC{Itlr.B..u ,.,_.,, S.di ng T t bcrt .. SUauu Simon,. 79 & ,a, Lewis Blackwell w T. & Co Ciz" B" r.tw arul 11/ur 11"Hth. EV .&.X. VILLE, lad Dtncee P V., .t Son, c.r. "xtla ancl Lewla. c.,,.iui o MnTluu.l. Wardtp R.I0$&:.105 Lewio. Morrio C. J. & Co. .Ribilfl'l, I'ARIIVILL., 'Y.A. Oramor G., h Fraatllu. Mallufutunrs #f Twtilf. HeppeDbolmer &: M ... rer, 21 &: 14 N William. Read C. C. &: Co. Wtcke, Wm. & Co., &!!-a6a Goerck. H.ARTI'ORD, Ooaa. Sfailt Cit .Rib6..1, I l'tibco Barzinr. Loadon ""Bidwell, u6 andul State. Ahtler a De1118, 1qo PeuL ; f Howard, Salqrer &: Co. 105 Ill 107 Clwaben Peue B Z. X. 40 & .p llarket Alt. Jalla.!'J 1 Water. Tobtlcco LaiN/1 Sajomon&: DeLeeuw, 6 Aoylam Applell:r a Helme, I" Water, The Hatch L""--lc Co., S:t* J;4 Shephfrd Fulle r 214 State. ,,._ :/! "w ,_,,_, N :w Bluon F., 134 lllain. All...,..._.., I Ill at.. HeppeobeU.r A: IIUarer IJ ort W elleo 0. & e., 1 5 4 S t ate. Barnett 9 ur Mal ea LaDe Labtf1 nil Ti-ifltl: Westphal State. Bdch &: Flacber1 Water ""& L M N William :,:,.u,:r Jllllua, OOJ Pearl. Heppeuhelmer aarer, u a &4 !i.tt J Leaf Ttlbam> Injtctio n. Ma-lt Co. 611boad. Wo11rCJiwl. A., '' Qhatham. Hurlburt B F ,_ 1 .... Tobace' &Oilil &: So"bert, 319 Bowery. Kinney Francia S 141 WHt Broadway TobaUI'J'eDBen, C. 37 Liberty. J.""rted wnJ D-;c ,.., ,, Martin a: Jobnoon, 166 Watllr. Fonipo wl 1JD..u.tio 81111Mrr. r-"'-Mayer j.aeph. Soas4 u:a 'Water. Sterobet'aer. M.. & S. 44 Excla.ahge Plae.e. Green 4 Meier, 'en West Main.. o1..,. eav LII'Nt'si114 Pwigw S111411ir To6.ec1. Des/cr ;, Leaf ToiJc". W\IJJOD, Geo. B., Water. PnroiJ, W F., 83 Elrbth. Oppnheimer, M a: Br.U.er, rsS Water. Mnuf.utuer OJ Fit, Lorlg St.llig!ll """ [)ealer 1 n Colli11r To/!Mco. OttbJBer Brothers 41 Broad St. Cut Cavmtiis/t, Clark, Jamea, Thirteenth and Rowao. Palme< &: Seonlle, I"' W ater. N Prioe Wm. M. &: Co. "9 Malden Laue. Pecan Louis 1' Joha. LYNCHBt1RG, Va, Qllio, J, P. &: eo.! sotBri>ad. of Snow Casn Manttjacfllrm of Toitueo. lload & C.. If 0 d Slip. Core, W. H 133 Chathom. C arroll john W. Relsmann. G. 1'19 Pearl. TU.]i'nJ/or Cirantt11. Sloae, joan w 145 'Water. Wittemann Ji':!' J::ki;. TDb4tCI OtniuiDa MtrcJa,t. Sa.,...., Wallace 1-C0.:,_47 Broad. Wltteraanil Bros, 37 Maiden Lane, Nowlino, Younlr<'r '&Co. Sehinltt J & Co. 161 Water. .ALB.AJIY X, y, O. Scbreeao, 811 Broadwu: Schuloerth, H C. SclJ.ubart H. A Co o' Water -EW.A.RK ._ -r B ... Co., 5 Burlln11 Slip. B.ALTIJIORE. .n 0 "-.n' '" s!i:tdef C. H. 114 Water Tebcco Campbell, Laoe & o., <48.1 .l .,r.:. o D h p A JrEW Ct. ..,....u o .1197 uue-. Albrec t 20 PaclurlulDulacller&: Hofman11,18Mald"" Laae. Guuther, L. W. 9 South Gay :NEW ORLBAXCI, La. T&ll, Chulol F o!t Son, S. FroM.. Kerckhoff ole; Co., 49 South Olaal'l.,.. Tobtlcco F.u:tor1and Jll.trcj,otJ, Tataeohoot, F W. 68 Broad. K.remel1terg, J D, and Co. JCrem.elber .. Schaefer and Co., 13 Garondolet. Thomps"" Joeoph &: Co. a3 Front Loooe c. ce., "7 Weot Lombard p "-ucAB ..... UpmaDD, Carl, 178 Pearl. Merfeld & Kemper, 117 Lombard Wrl11ht. B. til A Co. S9 Broad. Parlett B. F. & Oo., 9 Lombard. T()bau Zwei11 H. Watec. PaDI Wm., 7 South. Clark, M. H. & !!ro. CD .. m{,.; .. M.wft"'' Schroeder Joo. A: Oo: 8J Excbanjre Pljlce. PHil'ADBLPHI.A. Reyueo Bratllers It Co. 46 & 4B!Uchaap Place Tate, Muller & Co., 52 South Gay Tobacco IYrf-rger L Co. 3 North Water. ReueDI G 55 Broad. Factors. Bremer Lewi, Son s 3n ft orth Third. Tobace<> B,.&r; ru .. te It Nlemaan, 11 South Oloarlel: Dohan It Taitt, 107 ArMto. Sana J. R inaldo & Co., 3 North Water. GIIDI, J, S. & S4 Pearl B IT Mao..ja < hlrtrr of CiK" KIDDer Broo. '4' W ""t Brood-y 0 O.n Batchelor Bros., So8 llarket McAlpin D H. & Co. cor. AveDae D ad !'-: Copiuion Mere;.nu Hildebrand It Klingeaberg, 31 North Seeath BeiJOke 0. 0 .. 10 Central Wharf. Steiner, Smib Broo. A: Knecll.t, 215 Ba.:e. Manu facturer Df Snu.fl. Theobald A. H Third and Poplar. for .S..al T"-a, ,.,, sweetser Brothera, 1o South Market Mawuj11ctur trs of Fin e Cirars. He11 A. & C.. t_LI"bert BBBXBN, _GERJIAJifY, FrechieA. M. & Co. 43 North Front Weioa, Eller&: KUJtpol, 1to Pearl C.iuion Mwoj,ot, PITTSBURGH, Pa. Mllnj11<1JJrtr1 of az,.,,, FalleDStein, w. F Tobau C0111miuion Mercllallls. Bondy Charles, 53 Bowery BRIDGEPORT, CO:N:N Hemphill Wm. & Co. 143 F irst ave F001ter. Hllson Ill Co., 79 Cllambcra f &u(f. lht l.obacc NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, rg75 lEW IDVERTISEIEITS THIS WEEK. 1 SEVENTH PAGE. Scrap Breakers, llacbinea, and Cut !lead Cipr Mollldo; R.em sco Applekty, 131 Water Street, New York. Leaf Tobacco lnapection Warehoue; Casey, Timberlake&: Co., 100, 102: and 104 Wea t Front Street, Cincinnati. 0 ,TO_ THE ENGLISH TRADE. Short T _obaoco Oops -.Dd Bi8h Prices lu barica. .--.-READ" THE LEAF" BEFORE INVESTING. l BEND _'ro GO:rB BBOS. & GO., zrniBRocn.. t I f TwentJ Shillings Per Al\nt.lm, Post Free, to all parts of the United Kingdom. POSTAGE. POsTA.QJI: FOB. "THE LEAP" III'UII'I' KOW BE PAm TO'UII WITR 'llHE &i:JBSCRIPI'IOII PRro:e," OK TBJII P .&.PER WILL l'IOT BJII SJIIl'IT 1 Ol'rJII TEAR, Otm PLATFORM FOR 1975.. I I by Flxtng the Tax PERMANENTLY at SIXTEEN' OBN'TS per Pound Uniform on Tobacco and and FIVE. ,DOLLARS -. per Thouand on Clgare. If Co"Qgress desires to protect and foster the toba cco industry, from wbich an immeRse revenue is annually derived, it will, at its next session, grant the following measures of relief: :U The abolition of the unnecessary and annoying caution-label; or, in other words, the abolition of the requirement compelling the names of manufacturers to appear on packages, whether on the caution-label, by stencil-plate, brand, or otherwise For all the purposes of the revenue officers, the State, revenue d istrict, factory number, and Collector.'s signat1;1re, are sufficient to enable them to w1th unernng accuracy and dispatch, an i rregular package of 'tobacco, snuff, or cigars, directly to the manufacturer. To demand, in addition to these evidences, that_ manufacturers' shall be printed or branded on package&, is not only to cause unnecessary labor and annoyance, but also-what is indefinitely worse-to dealers to gratuitously advertise all o ver the world the name of every manu facturer whose goods they may happen to sell. II. The establishment of an export bondedware house in the city of New York. III. The reduction of the tax on snuff to twenty cents per pound instead a11 at placing it on the same footmg as other preparations o f tobacco. The omission to make this reduction when the uniform rate of twenty cents was for manufactured to bacco generally, was an oversight which Congress, as an act of simple justice to those intere!>ted in snuff, should hasten to remedy. Frey Bros. & Co. 44 Veooy Pa 13 B owery. !!ulialo Grape Sugar Co. Wise James M. 13<>5 Cary SSmeldeneorg CoB 1 9 D e y Cipr Mearl till "" IIU "l Sp...,cer Bros. & Co. Vep, Martino & Broa.. ,...,.P..t. SmHinr ToHtleo. t1TIC.A, If. y WeU & Oo. 65 i'lue \ Au-A Blllo. u VIne. ..... r ... ,._, ,.._ -"--M-Walter Friedman &: Frelao, .. Bade, S1S. 375 ud'u7 Mala .. .. __ ,.. --, Welaa. Eller .t Kaet>E"l, ua ...._ ---B101. I; 54 But TIJinl. T""--'f,_ V. llartlnu Ill eo, o6 Ce4u ; .M ... ..taclllrn'l TIIINuefl. Plce Walter B DIIJ/Ir,;,x,.. Wrll-" ,__ Mnrphy, ,, d. ....._ .., u.if T"'- BroMn, PIUI>wl-T--. De ..,_ Fnd'k &: C:,'!'41 a 41-.--11. W a VIa a"""'-' B...duaann Johu -:a.alaH. W'.Pr6 Vaa De-E.ll &: s-J:A .. V The abolitiou of the cigar-makers' bond. This bond requirement ceased to have either justi fication or utility when the c fgar-tax became payable in advance by stamps; it reflects discreditably and unjus t ly on an honorable and i nfluential trade; it compels and self-reliant tradesmen to solicit from friends a11d acquaintances favors for wh ich it is humilating to ask, and which, in t h e nature of things are seldon:a or never cheerfully granted ; it prevents, in many instances, pure and humble workmen from becom i ng u s eful prietors, and is therefore the cnuse of what e ver llhc1t production is chargeabl e to the i r accouni; it enabl s Collectors of revenue to frequently extract mon e y from manufacturers for making out new bond-papers unJer the plea of a necessity for changing, examining, or re nc;wing bonds; and, finally, it does not exist in the excise regulations of any other country, and ougbt never to have found a place in those of the United States. NE SuToR," ETC.-A shoemaker was arre.sted for bigamy and brought before _the wife," asked a bystander, will he be obhged t o take? Smith always ready a t a JOke, rephed. He 1s a cob bler, of course must stick to his last." PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPER ELOQUENCE.-A country newspaper out West thus heads its report of a fire: "Feast of the Fire Fiend-The F 'orked-Tongued Demon Licks with its Lurid Breath a !.umber. Pile !-Are the Scenes,of Bo&ton" and' Chi<:ago be ?:-Loss $rso." DeBARY co., 41 & 4-:J WARREN STREET, NEW YORK. SOLE SALE OF THE BL PRil\TCIPB DB G.&LBS.OIG.&R.S, KanuW:tured at the KEY_ WEST BRANCH of the El de Gales Manufactery of AND IMPORTERS OF HAVANA CICARS. A. D. ELLiil. C. W. ALI-EN. A:LLEN & ELLIS, Fine-Cut Tobaceo, 11, 13 & IIi VIllE STREET. CINODI'NATI, OHIO. Branch Ollctsat. U :Blnr SUeet., ChiCI, and S. W. Coner !'rcmt 1114 Arch S.reeta I ,...._ Tra.cl.e &oU.O:l'te
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I 2 envtable posltton through years of mtelligent enterprise and bard work Dr. Spence occupies, perhaps, the moat pronunent place m the Western trade, and his services at Washington for the general good m penods of trade pen! have been long and universally acknowledged. The only regret 1s that the tiDbacco interest numbers so few who combme the ability and the w1ll to render their cotemporanes assistance so waluable t BusiNESS.-"Now let us talk aboht your busmess affaus," aatd a Connecticut g,itl to a your.g fellow after he had proposed marnage to her 1n a 1011g address filled w ttb expressions of passwnate love. DEA1H OF MR OnMSTEDT' -Thts unfortunate gentle man ba d1ed from the effec t ts of Ius wound He was twenly five of age amd leaves a w1fe and three h!ldren IMPORTED CIGARS -The Secretary of the Treasury has dectded that cigars bro t ught mto the United State& Jn transit for foretgn countnes may be forwarded to 4Jeir destmatlon, Irrespecti v e of the quantity contained m such shtpmen t l\IR GRAFF 1 N BALTIMO R E AND Our Busmess Manager concludes his five weeks tour b1 canvassmg the Cttles of Balttm<>re and Pb1ladelpbta, where be usually receives the kindest of welcomes. In both locahttes the trade seema flourishing an9.. amply able to sustam the sem1-annual demands made upon 1t by 1ts organ We certamly kn o w of no better mvest ment for the enterpnsmg..dealer than a subscnptton to THE Li:AI'. IN THif MIAMI VALLEY.-Last week our business representallve passed through the Miam1 Valley and found plenty of plants lef[ although large numbers wert' frozen I:e J l:>o inspected over four thousand cases of 1874 Ohio in manufacturers' hands, and found it a most mfertor tobacco. It IS gen erally unfit to be made mto cigars, and has been almost entirely purcha&ed for packing 1m bogsheads foJ' cuttmg purposes. Mx. GRAFF AT CINCINNATI.-Our representative sends ua word that be was most heartily greeted by the Cincinnati trade laat week. Wbile the death of Mr. :Bodmann threw a temporary gloom over tobacbo circles, ,.e saw numerous evidences of a tnarked in prosperity among our fnends m that ctty during the past year Indeed every return ing sees th1s Queen ef the West pushmg forward and occupying new com mereta! territory and enl!'agmg tn industnes UDtried "before. tobacco interest" is no exceptton to this market! spirit Of enterprise, and its history 10 the past, as doubtless w1ll its record m the future, proves what can be accomplished when mtellia;ent energy put& its shoulder to the wbeel. Wao IS THE GuiLTY MAN,?-A Wuhmgton corre spondent, referring to Secretary Bristows cup de maitt against the Whisky Ring, writes : "It is a notorious fact that the Ring wu advised of every DIOVement made against rt by the regular officers, and wbCD the Solicitor was compelled by the b.w to go to the Commissioner's ffice to get authon"ty to sei:ze, that very t!ay same 011e llere telegraphed to St. Lo1tl!\' 'LigblaiDg will strike on at that t1111e the, fact that these seiZures wen to be made on was known only to the Secretary of the Treasury, the Commissioner of In ternal Reve11ue, h1s Fust Deputy and Chief Clerk, Solicitor W1lson, and the President of the Umted States. Who out of tb1s }lPlited company betrayed their country to the Whisky Ring? There are no poor gaugers and storekeepers earning a mere pittance in thiS circle. The country wants to know who was the faithless one among these Jllustnous officeholders. It 1s morally certam that the Secretary and the Solicitor are free from suspicion. Now, who of the four sold their b1rthnght for Jes!i than a mess of pottage ? WHAT'S IN A NAMII?-It :should be a .source of COD selatron to those who suffer m reputatloo by the mJSllllSfor:tun.es of per,..,= bcnng then patrony-._ _.,. __ miC, to know that they sometuues have an opportumty of sbarmg, through reftected lustre, m the dtstinction occasiOnally achteved by l'epreser tattves of thetr names who happen to cover therbselves wtth glory We are remmded of thts ctrcHmstance by rc:admg m !lome of our cotemporan es the announcement tliat :Messrs. S Jacoby & Co., c tgar manufacturers of thts ctty, have been proseculP.d by the Government for usmg 1mitat1on Import ctgar f a h1gher range 1n the not d1stant future. EXPO,R TS. YAY 12. 1 Tobaceo. Stafetrnml. :!:tO: Stock on hand U} State wareho10ses, Jan. I, I87S----------------"-Dedact 1651 by 1i.re Jan. 6-contents of wareftoasea Nol. 1 and 2---- .. \ <" I I4,627 hhds 2,764 hhds u,863 hhds thiJ .,week. ::-_.. 87 I hhds _previously this year........... 1 I,7 54 khds -/ '--r.oJa,l.-.. c ..... 24,488 hhds snipments ..(Matyland and-Oirio), 1, : .. A... 4,893 bhds Leaving stock in warehouses----I9,595 hhds ,Ma,ufadured Ts!Jacco-We note a fair trade in both old and new stock for the past week, with receipt& of new work fau, which IS qutcldy taken on arnval. Exported, I,u9 lbs to the West Indies. Received per Baltimore and Ohio Railroad from Danv1ll\, Va., 35 cases, 2f1 616 caddies, I# third bxs, 9:1 qtr bxs, Io hlfbxs, and from Lynchburg, Va., 25 blf bxs, 3+ qtr bxs, per Richmond steamer, :1z7 pkgs. to say how much was sold. Mystery msp1res curiosity, Good leaf, ls both very dear and very and manu From the port of New York to foreign ports that's certam But IS It certam that 1t serves any other facturers declare they can not-and It .1 s dear they. can week endmg May I8, were as follows: for the CHICAGO, .May IS -Mr. Henry H. Adams, To1 1 bacco and C1gn.r Manufacturer'$ Agent, reports: In my useful purpose? A categorical response IS in order. not-w.Ithout lowenng the grade of thetr goods, contmue ALICANTE-4I hhds. We note mquuy for new stock, with more or less done to furmsh the stal?le at the rates which, a hhds. m 1t: For balers, among styles, from chmce down rule, thhey are 1selbhng mfthls market\. Thts, questhlon otf AsPINWALL-77 bales, I3 35I lbs mfd. to common, some demand ts mentioned. Respectmg pnce as rare y een .o wore Vlta lmportar.ce t an a Aux CAYEs-so bales. crop p-rospects nothmg of tmportance has to be added the present BARBADOES-3,6oo lbs mfd. co previous announcements. The most cheenng mtel-The matters m dispute growmg out C?f the. award. of Br.JtMUDA-2,981 lbs mfd. hgence beanng upon the subject recently recetved we the tobacco contracdt h:rve cooh tinuekd bto mspf:lre BREMEN-zS hhds, 97 cases, 33 bales, 1,380 lbs mfd. published in our last Issue from the pen of the Messrs. comment m sollle quarters unng t e wee ut so ar GENOA-397 hhds. Clark, who reported the death of that "fly''killed by abs our observ_ad!lon adnd go thhere habs, asbusuahl, GIBIIt.ALTAll-20 hhds, 155 cases, 6,326 lbs mfd. the late frost Poor fly 1 he will be missed but he een more sal m Isapprova on t e su y t e # Hf>MBUR.G-Io cases. codd well to die for such an obituary a; our cor Press than 9y the disappointed bidders This is HAYTI-77 bales. ".--respondents gave him. espectally so m J the case of the tobacco trade, whatever JA'CMEL83 bales. it may be with reference to other triades. It is C\'ident, J 1 fi A Louu:vdle, Ky., letter exh1blled to. us by the person however, that there has been in thts affair a good deal KINGSTON, A.-I hhd, I,750 bs m d. to "Vdlom 1.t_ was addressed, thus descnbes the of or somethmg worse. Perhaps 11 would be LA GAYRA-2 bales, 5,7os lbs mfd. ance lilf the new tobacco as !een at the breaks-I have impossible to make an award of this character without ,l.IVJtR.POOL-114 bhds. uow been on two days and am told that I excltmg adverse comment somewhere or another. But MoNTEGO BAY-:16o lbs mfd. Qave seen a fa1r average of the breaks for the past two even admtthng that, there would, on the other hand, PORT AU PRINCE-I hhd, IOO bales month&. In quality the crop ts meaner than I had any seem to be no excuse whatever for the CommiSSioners RoTTERDAM-2SI bhds, 83 cases, 160 lbs mfd. conception of.. I hue never thought tt possible tl) proIa mg themselves open to the charge of appointing an ST MARTINS...:..2 bhds. duce such all mfenor ; ;45 out of every so hogsmspector, when there are so many men to SANTANDElt-3:18 lbs mfd. heads are of that color wbk:h be bad possessing the requisite quah6cations for paasSAVANILLA-552 lbs mfd. have always tned o avo1d, and every one ship-1111 judgment upOII the cltaracter of manufactured DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. ptng us to keep clear of. Of the remammg 5 hogsheads tobacco. Out of this circumstance has spn!bg all the The arrivals at the port of New York from domestic 4 are stre:U.ed through, _!lDd !"1 xed Wltb green, and If complamts that the tobacco ffidders have Indulged in. mtenor and coastwise ports the week ending May low leaf, JUSt as hkeJy as not m bad order. color Because somebody in the West got the award mstead of I8, were 1,367 bhds, 42 trcs, 2,481 cases, 29 bxs, :II9 and CQndlUOn o the are much better than, m tbe or because more was or IS to be paid, bxs, 1103 hlf 57 third bxs, 353 qtr bxs, I 54 case of the leaf: fQI' poor tobacco than was asked by some of the b1d-cadd1es, 5:1 kegs, 4 bxs snuff, 2 hlf bbls do, I 59 cases There ts scarcely any tobacco oft'ered su1table for ders for good, they have neither entered, nor thought of c1gars, 35 bales scraps, I case hcorice, I box c1gars, 2 m11nufacturers. entenng, a protest. Thetr objection is to the mspector, cases pipes, consigned as follows :-I can hardly _believe that the crop can. be as mean as and to htm only as an inspector m a branch of business BY THE ERIE Pettus & Co., 48 the which I have seen sold If It 15 the case, I with wh1ch he was satd to be unacquamted. bhds; E. M. Wnght & Co., u do; Drew & Deane, I don t see what manufacturers are gomg. to for fillers. s-An .. -Tbere was more mqu 1 ry for smokinv d R L M 1 d & c ... D J G h s &' Th b th d I f h h t t be ,,,.,,,. .. o; att an o., 2:1 uo; art on ere may e some m e ry ea v: IC 15 >:e 0 than at the time of our last review. Sales were C d Bl k M 'C 6 d S ld b t th t k f th d o., 90 o, a emore, ayo "" o., 3 o; awyer, so u ere. are none 0 spea 0 m e. or. mary run not, perhaps, 1n excess of those for the former period, W 11 & C d F W T tge b t d J P fb k -a.. th {; c1 tu h h If t a ace o., 20 o; a n ors, 7 o; o rea s r the aame do, 4 caddies do; E. DuBois, 2 cases mfd, 6s hlf bxs 2U hhds, exports do do, domestic, 34 do, total, 256 on 1 1e-W. h-Of enzy re-aale mutt be do, 83 qtr bxs do. 52 kegs do, 2 caddies do, H. A. do Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared May at an advance, and therefore tao pnce obtainable by the jrowen wtU Rtchey, 19 cases mfd, :15 hlf bxs do, 23 th1rd bxs do; 12, 4,069 hhds. alw"f be oomewbat lowe man our QllOtatlOIII. M M Welzhofer, 5 cases mfd, 41 cases smkg, 9 bxs V1rgmia Leaf-There has been {ofther more mquiry QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE PRICEii. do; Martm & Johnson, 3 cases mfd, 7 cases smkg; the pa11t week for Y1rgm1a Jeaf, and espnc1ally for wu..,.,._LI8hi!Mt. .. olo. OA c 8 elL Dohan, Carroll & Co., I3 cases mfd, 15:1 cadd1es do; Wrap,ers Indeed good gr d 11 h be Common io IOOd lnga. ,_ rop' 1.-13' J D K 'II J 'd 8 th b d r a es genera y ave en Commonieat....... 11 IWs Jtuanlllg Lolli ........... n Ji!"-" e1 y, r. 34 cases m" 5 ree qtr xs o; sought by manufacturers, butowmg to the difficulty of lll...Uum ............. s-"lit N ..... Y ..... .tStat.-Grop81nn 873 Arkell Tufts & Co. IO cases mfd, :1:14 atr bxs do M. I J. Good a6X@ Runalag Loti.... .. ... 9 !IDn 1 supp ymg t.,eu wants from the available stock here !'IDe ....... ...... 9 @.. ,.,,_,,.-crap,.,,_,,. Lmdhe1m 6o cases smkg; N. W1se, IS do; Bowne & sales were, as usuai J limited We note manufactunng l!etecliono .... ...... .. @! Low .. .. 9 0' Frith 41 do Allen & Co 115 do S. Langsdorf 7 do A. d 11 al r d LlS!blculliug luga ..... 11 6 a. Fll.Co """ & L 'w d J M' G d.' & C or ers, as we a!! s es, 10r mtenor con$umptiOn, an a do do l eaf ...... 16 d 87,..,.. oo etss, 5 o; as ar mer o., so three qtr few sales of wrappers for local manufactunng account. FiDe rft3l : bxs mfd, 6o hlf bxs do M. Abenhemt & Co., I I A factor descnbes the state ofthe market as follows.common teat 13 I Cut........ ... 8 X 8S qtr bxs do Belcher Park & Co, so hlf bxs do Blake" Sh d h 111 d I f ll Cut 1 1o@1 s 1fpers are or enng t e1r constgnments back to 0 "odum r ........ ,7 9 Al"tatur.:d.-Iu Bo11d Tax 21. c'more, Mayo & Co., roo three qtr bxs do. Appleby & 'Vtrgmta as m mstances they will bnng more there :::::.:.:.: .. : :.. Helme, 4 bxs snuff, :1 hlf bxs do; Kerbs & Sp1ess, 11 box than here. could selltf we had the nght sort, but ::',!;:',.= .. :1xtra Alto ...... .. :g c1gars, A. Hen & Co, 2 cases (llpes; Maddux Brothers, V1rgmta manufacturers will gtve more for what they 8 :: : 215 E so cases mfd, :10 boxes do, order, 39 hhds, 11 cases want than ours seem mcbned to gtve for what they !:leur sttpplng Leaf I" ....... : @2G smkg, I do hconce. want, and so shtpments to thiS market are both light CLommo" 'd good ..... 60 @60 CoASTWISE FROM KEY WEST -Se1denberg & to, 90 d d bl R II d bl h ugs, goo Li g ht; .Pressed F dk d B & C d H an m some egree, unsutta e. ea y estra e s tpdo common .... ;5 fluaFttri'o1mdi-F111e .. 30 tilS 6 cases c1gars. re e ary o, 49 o; Gaul-pmg leaf would find a ready sale at good J'lnces, but 1X9 .. @28 her, IS do; McFaH & Hogan, 5 do; Seidenberg & Co., nondescripts, low leaf and lugs find no market here, .or :. : 27 bales scraps; V. Martinez Yhor & Co, S do. to be taken have to be sold verv low.J' These observaro a 4 Nay Haif Po""dl and COASTWISE FROM NEW ORLEANs-Order, 30 hhds. t10ns have m substance been frequently made m th1s '5 @oo ...... ; 1o;a0 BALTIMORE, May 15.-Messrs. Ed. Wischmeyer & connectiOn, and, m iact, latterly there IS little 1f anythutg man .... .. 6X@ so @iO Co Tobacco CommisSion Merchants report :-Inspec-1 b d F V 1 f Bound Common .. 8 @ 8 I> Na.vy, 4 a and 5 SO @36 e se to e sat or a year or more JTgtma ea to-Goad e Fine .. .. .... 23 @30 been about 7oo hhds, the greater part of wh1ch has been Seed Leaf-Tbe demand for Seed Leaf contiDues c .... ,s7 and a87s. taken up on arnval. For Oh1o there IS very httle m moderate, the sales for the week bemg r,o2r cases, Flllers ..... ... 1X 9 oommontamedlnm It @22 quuy, we only note sales of about 35 hhds taken by h ri k N h h Setonds ..... .. .. l'lu """ Fouro 22 @28 h h f agamst 1,410 cases t e .Previous wee elt er at orne common Wrappen .. oo .. :::. : 24 @26 manu.acturers, Wit t e range o our quotattons. or abroad 1s there much domg. Our Bremen corres..... : .. Twill .... : Holders, however, are firm m anttctpatton of the future pendent reports, as wtll have been noticed, all c1gar toMawscr .. ,.,tts-CroyB7aod ............ @ wants of together wtth the short supply. We b d II d d h Fillers 7 @ 8 F1 211 13l28 r II M I d accos as u an w1t stocks fully up to Se<:oods .. .. .. 9 @n .. .. .. ........ 23 @25 renew quotations as O ows ary an common late averages, amountmg m first hands, on April :z3, to WRrappersi.:i eomm.;.;and medl'IUI;:: ru @22 frosted, :J6 50@7 oo, do sound common, 7 5o@8.5o ,1do f S d L f b h h I h uumag O..llul&ted d 8 @ d d d @ d 1 I 2,ooo cases o ee ea, a out w ere t e supp y as p'""s:rlvallfa-Crop a87aaud Medium to 88 @6 me mm, .50 9 so, o goo o, 9 oo ro.oo; o eaty ranged for some t1me past. Lower pnces m1ght mspue ....... ,: Good to fine ........... brown, ro oo@ r3 oo; do brtght red to yellow, 14 oo@ t t th d I d h h h ClgGr .... l'<'meouc, 8 U M 1 d @ d b more ac lVI y ere an Jere, an t en, too, t ey m1g t Selectlohs 3 3! :Havana $6o@ttoo I oo, pper aryan tips, 7 oo 9 oo; o mwn to t E b d h t Pnuuylva..ta-Crop 1873 Seed ... "" d @ d 11 1 d @ no very o y aware t a even now pnces are bllen ........ .. .. 8 @so .. .. Scrap 611;;,. fs@ :'; re 1 Io.oo 11 oo, o ye ow spang e u.oo 15 oo; lower than the supply of stock JUStifies, and that 1t rs .. ; Connecticut Seed. .. s@ 35 do extra do I6 oo@x8.o0o.; do fancy, 20 oo@3o oo, only the p{olonged depressiOn m trade generally that N.! and B1 8,=:;;r.;.,4 81,.,;. 11 Ohw, frosted, 7 oo@7 so do mferior to good com-has kept them from attammg a higher ra11ge. An m-Flllora ........... 7 @ 8 &tvff-lllo.ccoboy ...... 86@-11e mon 7-50@9 oo do greemsh and brown 9.oo@ Runomg Lot. .. Q fit! Bsppee French -@ 1 00 creased consumptive demand IS probably w!\at IS exSelections ........... so @)<> Bootch .., Luodytoot'" = 81@-00 10 oo, do medtum and leafy brown, 9 50@1 1 oo; dQ t d d t _, th th li Olu..-1873 Crop 0 -"" 66 d t fi d @ d d pee e an wa1 e .or ra er all a recession rvm curFllen .. .. 7 8 ..::.e"":o"'il ...... -00 me 1um o ne re Io.oo rs.oo, o common to me tum rent rates. R.,nnlngLo\0.... .. 11 @uK Llcoric< en ema.D' spangled, I0.00@14.001 dofine spangled to yellow I5.00 SeloctiOQO ...... .. @:oo A.. 0 S -"" 18 d 1 1 Charles E Ftscher & Bro' Tobacco Brokers, report Wmo .. mo-Crop ................ -.. Gotd. @25 oo. Kentucky, common to goo ugs, 9 SO@ II so; as follows. The week passed without any thmg par-Runulug Lots 8 !;o! "G O." .eo II> do heavy styles do Io.so@u.oo do low to med1um leaf Wrappers ........ ., ,..11 G.. dO 1b euea. 28J,I r ucularly noteworthy occurnng. Busmess for home trade EXPOBT O'UO'rATIOJI'I. "O "'.t. "an lbo. not. ..... 2Q.Ji r2.oo@I4o, do good to fine do, 16.oo@I9.oo; do is draggmg, and for export there IS little or no demand, c ..... ,;,ew; 6-Jilim -Crop AG "'F."..... ............ selectiOns :10 oo@:15 oo Vtrgtma, common to gooc I f Wrappers ..... ..,. ao @11 Waii!a 1b: "680 lbo. 1101 I 8 '@ t d J r @ tbe tota amount o sales falling short considerably of Running Lots .. .. 9 @ao I c yO."..... .. ... .. 28 ugs, .oo u.oo ; common o me 1um ea., u.oo those reported laat week. About I,o:zi cases changed c, "'"Man-Crop 87' and '873 ...... .......... 211 I4.00; do good to fine do, I5.oo@I7.eo, do selectiOns, 11'11lera .. .. .. 1 1118 lf, A. :Ill lbo ... .. .. :10 d d hands, dJVidmg as follows. Connecticut, crop x873, 70 ,...,,..,,,..,,,._cropr87 KF" ...... .. .. 110: oo, o stems an prtmmgs, 2.5o@6.oo. cases \'trappers, 35c, Connecticut, crop r873, 40 ..... :: l:i .. :::::::::.:::::.:: Inspected thts week 66:1 hkds Maryland, 188 hhds seconds, Io@uc; Connecticut, crop I87I, ro3 p,.,,...I',,,..,.,_Crop.S7l ,.,8 'G. &..................... Oh1o, 6 do Kentucky, 15 do V1rgmJa; total, 87I hhds. cases wrappers, I3c; Pennsylvama, crop I872-73, 358 FTaghts-Messrs. Carey & Yale, Freight Brokers, Cleared same penod, 30 hhds to L1verpot;>l, and 7 hhds cases wrappmg, pnvate terms, New York, crop 187 3, report tobacco fretghts as follows :-Liverpool, per to Deme.rara. last report bnef mention was made of the extent of the lobacco.trade m Ch1cago. It was inctdentally called out by my having noticed quite a number of elaborate and extended arttcies published m journals representmg the general trade and the bus mess interests of other cities said cities bemg m some degree competltora for the trade naturally sought for, or usually controlled by, Ch1cago busmess men. It is pleasant to see trade journals con tend for, and devoted to, the best busmess interests of their local patrons, and while I am wtlling to grant each and every one full cred1t for all they have done, or can do, to build up the busineas in which I am engaged, and to which I am devoted, I am uqwillmg to allow any one to claim unquestioned any more for their particular locahty than the facts in the case w111 warrant. Hence, I a&Sert without fear of successful contradiction, that today Chicago is the largest distributing rparket for to bacco in the Uotted States. I mean to be by "distnbutmg market" as the place at which goods are received from manufacturers, held in stock by real owners, and by them sold to parties who break packages and supply consumers Chicago lays no claim to an export trade, neither can any other city claim its export trade as any part of its legitimate local business, because partles engaged m that branch of busineM are not as a rule owners of the goods, but act solely m the capacity of warehousemen. Ther.efore from this view of the case I cla1m that my former statement can be verified by posiuve and undeniable proof, VIz : that the mercbaots of Chicago hold and control larger stocks, and sell for actual use and consumption more tobacco than tboae of any other city in the United States. T.he trade here has been or steady, grewth and constant accumula. tion. It began in a small way-in many bandS of small means-it outgrew the ability of such parties to control it. To-day it is managed by no less persons perhaps, but the character of the parties have changed, the unrehable ones have moved off the stage, or have been wiped out o existence, and in their places we have large and responsible houses doing an extensive busmess-many' of them largely in other or kindred lines of trade. Theee parties bring to bear upon this branch of business all the inftuence that money or large busmess connections can deviSe "Or suggest. These parties arP the backbone of the trade m the West-furmsh in fact the bone and sinew for the trade through the country. Havmg ample extensive busmess personal repre sentatives of thetr houses, VISiting all1rnportant sections of the West, they are compe led by the demands of their business, to carry large stocks per chance m large quantities-and keep their stocks full and ample at all times to fill orders lor any amount desired. The quant1ty of goods h!!ld b'y many a Chicago dealer could do credit to an export ware house, and many a dealer here ocan at any time supply the de-ficiency extsbng at any other pomt whether caused by low stock, change in prices, dtsappointment by a manufacture;, or shortness of the crop. In no other c1ty can such vanou.s advantages be shown to the trade. The extent of ten1tory VIrtually controlled by Ch:cago dealers is commensurate wtth the quality of trade, extendmg as 1t does from Ohio to Pennsylvania on the Fast, to the Pacific coast in the West and rua ning SouthwetSt mto Texas aod the lnd1an terntory and New Mextco The mcrease in itlle future IS destmell to be far greater than in the past, the extent to wh1ch 1t may be carried no man can safely tell. During the past week tiade has improved slightly. The Soldiers Re umon brought m,any strangers to town but all seemed to be bent more upon pleasure than busmess. Pnces remain firm, q11otattons unchanged. CINCINNAT!, May IS.-{For some unexplained reason, our Cmc1111!all report ha.s not reached us up to the time of going to press.-ED.] CLARKSVILLE, TENN. .M'.ay Io.-Messrs. M. H. Clark &; Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report -We have to report a rather wild and excitable market for the past week, w1th sales of 250 hhds. Pnces were very 1rregular, but an average advance of IC to may be quoted upon all grades of leaf The cause may be traced partly to recent good sales received from your market, unloading sh1ppers of portions of t4e:ir stock, paymg profits and mcreasmg margms; there were other causes no donbt also. We quote, frosted common lugs, gooa lugs, Io34@u.7.(c com mon leaf, medtum leaf, good leaf, I9@2rc: fine leaf, 2I@23c. selections, fancy select1un!>, 25Yz @27c. The weather contmues favorable for the plant 1:-eds, which are doing well, though we hear complamts of Frenchmg m the bud." DANVILLE, VA, May I5.-Messrs. Pemberton & Penn, Tobacco Comm1ss1on Merchants, report :-\i\'e report qu1te an acnve market this week. Rece1pts have been full apd pnces slightly advanced, though not so much as to alter our former qudtations wh1cb we con tmue. EVANSVILLE, IND., May 7.-Messrs. C. J. Morris & Co., Tobacco Commission Merchants, report:We have to repert sales of 6o hhds for the week, at pnces rang1ng from 6 sors so for nonde scnpt lugs to fine leaf, firm for last half of week w1th an advance of from I to per Ioo l'l!ls on good tobacco. Our rece1pts up 1 to date are less than one-thLrd for same period last year The weather up to yesterday has been very unfavorable for plants HOPKINSVILLE, KY., May M. H. Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, rc:port.-Re celpts smce last report 37 I hhds, to date I,828 hhds, same time last year, 6,783 hhds. Sales since last re port 411 hhds, to date 1,294 hhds, same ttme last year 5,797 hhds. Th1s was a spe'ctal sale of the finest to: bncco of the crop, and we are glad to say that the order of the offenngs was extremely geod. The market showed a great de .. l of excitement at t1mes, and was very uregular and higher, establtshmg an advance of 7.( to mediUm and good grades, and to IC on fine and chmce grades. Low grades were unchanged. We quote, frosted, 6@7}ic; c01mmon lugs, medtum lugs, 9@Ioc; good lugs, Io}.(@n34c, common mediUm lea, good leaf, IS @Io}ic, leaf, selectLOns, 24@z6c. The are still very small and b > ackward, and planters cons1der the prospects very UUJ promlsing and gloomy. The weather to-day, however, has turned very warm and sultry, and we hope 1t IS the commencement of growmg weather. We had the pleasure of meet Ing your Mr. Graff, who left a very pleasant impressiOn 4th Premium Allotment June 7, I Q75. Even Bond \

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, MAY 1. I'DE-TOBACCO I upon Olj.r people. We regretted that he could make a with pleasure th is very much desired change. For ex LIVERl':OOL, April 17.-Mess_ rs. F. W. Smythe & THE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO stay of only a few hours. port, 22 cases Pennsylvania, 28,9I6 lbs. Western leaf. Co., Tobacco Commission Merchants,report:-ThroughTRADE May 14 .=--Receipts since last report r6o hhds, to For domestic use 210 bales Havana, 295 cases Conout the week just ended a few manu'facturers have I 9 88 hhds same time lastt year 7 266 hhds. Sales smce necticut, 343 cases Pennsylvania. been looking round for scrips and dried leaf, from which &cHon of tbe Board HegardiD&' Reclamntions, report '138 hhds, to daue 1 ,432 hhds, same time RICHMOND, May IS.-Mr. R. A. Mills, 'robacco we infer, that the stocks must be nearly exhausted; General Rule to Golde tbe Committee of' Arbi year 6, 3s4 hhds. The were much poorer thts Broker and Commission Merchant, reports as follows: some purc:hases have been made by them but they trattou &dopted-Liberality Towards Dome week and a quie ter tone pervaded our market. Frost-Since' my last report I have to note a very animated appear to be afraid of each other, ,and as a rule, they lnspecdons Hecommendetl-:Nine Jlontbs to ed tobacco fell off prices were otherwise sus market, and prices are advancing daily, and until they enjoin secrecy on the part of sellers, consequently we Elapse Bef'ore a:rmen& Sball be Made. tainedWe quote frosted tobacco s}:(@7C ; common rP.ach their highest point, I cannot give reliable qu&taare only in pGsition to report transactions very vaguely, From the subjoined resolutions recently by the lugs, m!=dium lugs, 9@10c; g?od lugs, roJ4 tions, but can only say, that our market is very bouyant but we can confidently say that full Prifes were paid Louisville (Ky.) Tobacco Board of Trade, it will be common leaf, medmm leaf, 15@ with a decided upward tendency. Our manufacturers for everything taken in a retail way. Putting together seen that our friends at tliat important centre for the good leaf, fine leaf, have commtnced buying much more freely, and orders all our inforRJation, we think that sales of strips alone in weed are fully alive to the importance of keeping intact selections, 24@26c. W e have very are coming in, and everything indicates better prices for this market during the past two weeks have exceeded the integrity of their inspections, on which so much of weather for farming operations dunng the last e1ght or the fture. 'Transactions for the week were 735 bhds, 30 hhds, and there is an unauthenticated rumor, that their prosperity as a great tobacco mart depends. ten days, and the young plants have very I 57 tcs, so boxes. about soo hhds strips had been sold in London during We may add, in this connection, that our Busin e ss much in 8ize during that time. Ifthe present favorable ST LOUIS ., M J E H D 1 the past few For export the whole business of Manager on his recent to Louisville, f o und the h b d ,.mayr2 .-.r. aynes, eaerthe.weekwasbutaso'z''A*""h'd. Imports,r32hhds,T weather should continue through t e mont an a L f T b t R. d bhds a 1 t ... y ., obacco Board of Trade located in very ele gant quar' h ... 6 h t. 10 ea 0 acco, repor s:-ecetve 397 ga ns Deliveries, 6o4 hhds, stocks, 29,579 hhds agat nst 24,planting seuon occur between the 25t. a_nu-2 t m.s 8 tL k A t r. th t ters in the lately-completed Planters' Warehouse, which f d "'1 z 4 we prevtous wee ccoun s ,rom e coun ry m 8o7 hhds same time last year. S.&.I'ETY M::ATOBES, MATCHES AND FUSEES. from the works of WAX BRYANT & MAl Y, London, Our Fusees .flame in Wind o r R a i in. Our Wai Matches stand the damp of the tropics better tha all otbers1. Our Metal Caaes are the cheapest, Match Safes in the world. Ourr Safety Jdatcheeliaht onl y on t he box. We have 4 Prize Medal, Lnodon, Jr86Jj Dublib, 18651 Moacow, Vlenoa. 1873 Liberal discount to the Send for Circular. h3t-3m) mLL & COOXE, Sole Importetrs, 719 Broa4wa,-, N.Y. JUST S.A.::aPL:EJD! FIVE 111/NDRED CASF.S CHOICE OLD PENNSYLVANIA, OUR OWN I'!ACK:1NG, FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. TELLER BROS., 11 7 N. Third Street, m 4t, PHILADELPHIA. many farmerft will be able to make latr stze 1-' antmg. er:ere c to th to the plant beds by the freezing he reports as an ornam ent to the city and a credit to ll 11 t r 1 n e e 10JUry StJtur.,'liav, April 24.-. In the early part of this The plants will perhaps be sma er t an are usua Y se e th f th ht f the st a e ,.0 co flicting that it -' the trade. It is a !!pacious buildin g; roox 2 oo f ee t FOR SALE. d II d b h w a er o e ntg 0 1 r n week messages by cable were recet'ved here by several out,-but quite large enough to o e an etter t an 'bl t r d fin. te 1 as to the and will accommodate 2 500 hhds of tobac co. Its 33 5 ,..ASoorJS S"lftoorJD .. 'riA-l', f 1 ts tmposst e o ,orm any e 1 cone uston parties in Kentucky as follows: "Heavy ice." "Hold "" ,.. .u.u ..... the overgrown spindling p lants which are r e qu ent Y set facts. In some sections of our S tate the plants are 11, erection is due to the en e rgy and busiD.ess enterpri se o f 1 8 72 AND 1 8 7 3 out in June. reported to be all destroyed; in other section& v e ry litJ. S. Phelps, 'Esq. one of the most prominent members This l o t contain s Js CASES FINE WRAPPERS' 33 CASEs J,EAF LOUISVILLE, May IS'Wm. J. Lewers, Secretary tie i njury sustained, but most generally plants are reWithin the past three or f.ou r days there have been of the Louisvtlle trade. On the second floor of this BINDERS: B A LANCE F I L L E RS-an d comprises best Crops raised here, Of the Tobacco Board of Trade, reports: This and last polled not yet up wt' tb seed in the grcund from fGur to handsome edi fice the B o a J d h av e their rooms, wh ich small sales of, strips and dried leaf to the and a w ell a d apted for Cigar Manufacturing. week were considerably the heaviest in receipts and six weeks. The market bas not been so excited the are supplied with every conveni e nce which liberality sales oii the seasQn, and we do not look for any more past week as it was the previous week, but there has few lot s of leaf to an exporter, all at full market rates and good can suggest. F. FEN DRICH & CO., equal to them, a s we know that largely over of been an act ive demand for manufacturing grades, and Imports J28 hhds; deliveries, 45 ; stock, 2 9 258 We will also add that we h av e made arra nge ments 533_ 3 JANESVILLE, WIS. the crop of the West has been marketed. Had 1t not prices of desirabl e qualities have been fully maintained. agains t 2 4 ,4I3 same t i me last year. with the courteou s Secretar y o f the Bo ard, Wm. J. H A V A N U -f f -R y 0 f C U 8 A. been for the heavy drafts we have made on our Lugs and sbtpp i ng l eaf have been slightly les s act i ve, LONDON, April 22.-Messrs Grant, Chambers & Lewers, Esq: whe was re c e n tly to succeed Mr. A L t:, bor States we would have suffered as a market, It J s without quotabl e ch a nge in price. Reported sales from Co. report:-There bas been but little doing in the M.D. Nash, resigned-to se nd u s a full weekly report k d Cerman Covernment Lotteries. we are doing D}ore in proportion than any other Western Thursday to yesterday 226 hhds: 1 at $ x.4o mar et uring the past week in Americ zn tobacco, of the ;Louisville marke t which will no doubt prove a market, we have sold largely of Indiana, Ten(stems } ; I at $4 (wet); 2 at 7.zo@7.8o ; xo at 7@ buyers have b een looking round, but pave kept aloof valuable addit ion to our alre a dy lpng list of elaborate SAXONY, BRUNSWICK & HAMBURG. nessee and Missouri tobaccos, also co.nstderable from 8.30 ('Visconsin seed leaf); 37 at 8 @8.90 ; zo at 9 @ 9.-from operati ng, being disinclined to pay the prices aske d market reports. One Pmei n two tickets. Prizes cashed a n d informatiao g ivea, Ohio and the Virginias and about so hhds new crop So; 19 at I o@ IO. 7 5; I 3 a t II. 2 5@ 1 r. 7 5; 14 at I z@ 12. by holders, who eon tin tie firm at full market quotations The reso l utions referred to read as f o llows :-P.o. Boq3 6 1 "' from California, as well as some old tobaccos from New 75; 31 at 13@I 3. n;; 2 8 at r4@14.75 ; 10 at rs@xs.so; The supplies of export descnptions is now so small that At the regular monthly meeting of the Louisville To_..; ___ ;.;:;.;.;. _______ .,;,;;..;.;.;;;;;. ................ .;.;;. .. .;.; ................ Orleaus. Now that we :finq all "weakening'' and our 7 at r6@r6.1s; 4 at I7@I7Si 1 at r8.so; 4 at 19.25@ buyers have no choice, consequently the transactions bacco Board of Trade, held at their room on Monday FOB SALE-A Fresh Supply of own State nearly "dry,' will have to content ourselves 1 9.75 1 at 20 50, 2 at 2 I, 1 at 24; 1 at 25.75; 1 at 27.have l!Jeen but limited. Kentu cky leaf and strips have May 3 the following was unanimously adopted : 1 :lOfJ.060 Pounds G enuine" DEER TONGUE" Flavor, n d ha h h d t d h 1 d 11 f d d d b d f '11 d SMOKING TOBACCO manufacturers, in lots to suit pur with the remnant to comoe, an w t we ave on an 25;. I at 29.75; I at 30 ; 1 at 35 .25; 2 at 3S-so@36i par tctpate m t e genera u ness o eman an t e Whereas, It IS the estre o a connecte chasers at LOWEST figures. wJaich was on rst inst. by actual count, 9,987 hhds I at 37; I at 38; 5 at 4 o@4o.so; r at 45.25; 1 at 46; r sales have been trifling, good 1eaf is now with the Leaf Tobac c o Trade that our market, MARBURC ROS., divided about as follows, viz.: Unsold-2,130 hhds old at 48; 1 at so. 2s; 2 at 52So@S,2 ; 25 bxs at 5 7o@ difficult to obtain. Virginia leaf and Strips-Fine quali which is now the leading market, shall also stand pre W.&, U't &; UB s. Cloarl St.. tobacco, 900 do new tobacco. Sold-3,ooo new to. 23.50 and a pile of wet at In the same ttme ro ties in request, but ordinary descriptions are not eminent for the fairness and liberality toward both 441-453 BALTI.IIORE, H. D bacco, r,2oo old tobacco, held by manufacturers, 2,757, bhds of' factory dried lugs were passed, and bids were sought aiter. Maryland and Ohio, with light color, meet buyer and s e ller; and, do do held by dea.ler!i and speculators. Receipts an.d rejected on 38 hhds at $8.5o@so; I do sweepings at a ready sale, lower classes are only salable at low Whereas, D i fferences may arise in reference to reuvIJ I CDTTI''PS 1118 tlcftns sales since then have been about equal, though stock IS r 6o, and I box at 44 To-day, wrappers higher; all prices. Cavendish. continues except at low clamations or damage s grow ing out of inspection of t o n run .I'D' rut ll nr increasing as it is not being off freely. Sales else steady. Sales 7 I hhds: 2 at $8.5o@8.6o; 9 at ;).prices, holders, however, are firm. bacco; therefore, this week, 990; sales foe month, 2,041 ; sales for year, ro@9.9o; 4 at Io@Io.j$; 7 at n.25@Il. 9o; 5 at I2.25 Apn/29.-There has been a Slightly improved de-Resol ved, That the following be considered and laid 17,522. Year 1874, for week, I,464; sales for @12 7 5 ; 13 atI 3 @13,75; 12 at 14 @I-4-7Si 2 at 15; 2 mand for American .tobacco during the past week, and -down a's a basis of settlement or a general rule for the month, 3,549; sales for y ear, 32,273. Yea,r I87J, saJes at 1I6.75; I at 2 5.50; r at 2 6.5 0 ; 2 at 27.25@27.75; I rather more sales have been effected than during the Committee of Arbitation: ---o---We a.re the SOLE AGENTS IN N3W TOlE FOR ALL HAVANA CUTTINGS AND SCRAPS for week, 2,094 ; sales fo1r month1 4,389; sales for year, at 35, I at 36.25; 2 at 37.2:,; I at 41.5o; 1 at 4 4 .so; I preceding one, but buyers continue to operate with exFint-To substantiate a reclamation on tobacco in 30,274The falling off io sales this year aa compared at 46.7 5 ; S at so, 5,, s6, S7 and s8, and 2 bxs at 7 7 o@ treme caution, and only take such as they need for their hogsheads, the original sample and the 5ample com with last year will get luger and larger, weekly, after 10. Most of the wrappers were Virginia. Bids were immediate requirements. Holders continue firm at top plained oi shall be returned to Louisville and placed that are made ln the renowned factories of June I1 to the end of our _year (Oct. 3I,} as the rejected on IS hhds at $8@ 4o.7 5 Plants plenty omd to quotations, and even at these rates are not ready sellers. before the committee, and shall be properly sealed and EL PRINCIPE DE GALES, ( V Martine z Yhor &: Co.) portion of last ye_ar's bustness was done 3;fter that time. spare, but rat, her small. Good weather and cooa season Kenlu fky leaf and trips-In the former there has been accompanied by the certificate of a disinterested party, AND LA ROSA ESPANOLA, &: Co.,) New tobacco thts 796 hhds; year, 8,623 will make crop in Missouri. more doing, in the l a tter the transactions have been sworn to before a Notary Public or an officer duly qualiKey Weot, aad the s ame are r eceied wee k l y in batuofaboutiOOpoenciL hhds. tobacco thiS 194 bhds; thts year, May 5-:-Tbe market has ruled very firm since our limited. Vi1 ginia leaf and Strips have had but fied to administer an. o ath, showing clearly the identity PRICES JI'URNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Included 1n of new week are 48 hhd rev1ews la&t. The general course of prices was upward on attention,. fine qualties in request. Mary/a'nd and Ohio of the hogshead in quest ion with the following descrip---(second offer.mg); do do this year, are 822 Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The severe of good aright color are wanted and would bring full tion if possible, to wit: Planter's or shippers name or 53, STRAITON & STORM, 178 I 180 Pearl St. do old this year, hhds do _do. On the 8th weat!:.er of Saturday throughout our State, is said to prices, lower and mixed classes difficult to place. nan:es, mark or marks, -number. or numbers, weights,D ... pnces reached htghes.t pomt. Market opened have further damaged the plant beds, and on Monday Cavendish is dull of sale, with large supplies on, the mardate of inspection, etc. The certificate shall show Monday decidedly easter on frosted and th market was consequently excited and h i gher. ket, prices are rather easier. that the hogshead has been sampled in the p1esence of nondescnpt grades below good leaf; this feel_mg m-Yesterday it continued firm, witr verf full prices. MELBOURNE, February 24.-Mr. H. C. Fraser, of said disinterested party in a fair and equitable manner creased Tuesday and Wednesday, when the declme was Sales from Thursday to yesterday inclu.!live 209 hhds : Messrs. Fraser & Co. Tot>acco Brokers, reports: Since by the authorized Inspector or Inspectors. ubout on frosted IC. on frosted leaf, and 1 at $3.50 (scraps); rat 7So (tub) ; 33 at 8.o5@8.9o; last market report but few transactions have come Se c o11d-In case complaints are made by parties from on. clear nondescnpt lugs and leaf. I8 at9@9.8o; I2 at Io@ro.9o; 2f at II@N. 75i 23 at under our notice, except the llale, privately of a large places where there is no regular inspection and seal Since then they have part1y closmg strong u@12.75; 20 at I3@I3S; at I4@14 75; IS at 15@ parcel of Childrey's aromatics and twist, of office then the sample must be made by a dis these figures: Lugs--Frozen, order or I5; r8 at 16@16.75; 4 at I7@I7i 3 at I8.25@r8.so; sa:fd to ave been quitl.ed fu11 market rates. This interested and well-{lualified judge or judges of to }lght wetght,. SIS to 6; do g_ood ordet and wetght, to r at 20.7 5; r at 23.7 5; r at 25 ; r at 27; r at 29.7 5 ; 2 at sale will clear he agents here almost entirely out of bacco, who shall certify in like manner that the tobacco 7; nondescnpt, 7 to nch heavy, to n; col?ry, at 40; 2 at 47@47so; I at so; and 7 stock. The sale waS' being carried through when the was sampled in their presence, and they believe it to be ro .to 14. Common leaf-Frozen, bad or light bxs ,atS4 5 hhds were passed, and bids were relast mail left. Prices are firm, and this firmness will be a fair representation of th hogshead. This certificate wetght, 6. to frozen, order and weight, 7 to 9; jected on 2I hbds at f,8.9o@23o, and 4 bxs at 7 70. maintained if shipments are not forwarded without any shall coqtain a particular description of the marks, nondescnpt, 8}4 to IO; rtch heavy, II to colory, To-day the market was active and firm; quality of offerreference to our consumption. One sale by auction has numbers, etc., on the hogshead, and be likewise prci-14. to I7. Good leaf-Frozen, bad or ings low. Sales _67 hhds: r at f,7.8o; 6 at 8 2o@ taken place during the month. Small lines of finely perly attested under oath. weight, to ro; do go?'d order and we1ght, 9 to I 2 ; 8 go; 9 at 9@9.8o; 4 at'ro@ro.75; 8 at u.25@Ir.7s; i handled bright work were offered and realised full rates. Third_:_In ascertaining damages or reclamations on 10 to I4; ncb I3 to r8 ; colory I7 at 12@12.75 l 6 at 13@r3o ; 9 at t4I4-7S; 8 at 15@ Twist.-The sale referred to above consisted of some tobacco, the CommitteeJ shall <;onsider the relative to 20. Fme leaf-Nondescnpt, I4 to 17; ncb heavy, rs.75; 1 at I6; 1 at 1 at 27.25; 2 at 35@3525; 2 at 370 packages Barret's Anchor, in half and quarter value of the original sample and the sample complained I8 to 22; colory, zo to 30. A few hhds common stems 37@25, and 1 at 38.25; 4 bxs at 2 50@16 Bids were trcs. Seventy-one hlf and qtr trcs and 32 cases of in our market at the time of disreg:uding sold at Sr.6e>; good stems are worth $2.5o; common rejected on 4hhds at 9 70@12.5o, and r do sweepings at of Black Swan !)ave been quitted, realizing full jts cost. scraps! good clean SSo@ 7i stnp s.craps, 1.25. We quote : Inferior and light weight hhds lugs rates. We also hear of the sale of 25 hlf Fourth-Inasmuch as no generil rule can be made 7@9; ifbng.ht. suttable for plug $7.so@8.25 ; factory lugs, 8.5o@9o; planters' do 9@ trcs Blii-ck Diamond twist. Business is pending in to apply to all cases, the committee shall exercise the very scadrce m thts crop hsuchh as ttse_lf ts ro.75; common dark leaf 10@12; medium shipping, leaf, some brands, and sales could be made at a slight con-largest liberality towards our inspectien, which stands at an a vance on our nc_ eavy u.50@14 ; good shipping do, I4 SQ@r6.so; med i um cession on asking prices; but holders are firm, and will as high to-day as any known, and shal in all cases, s-:veet old_ tobaccos sell at as htgh, 1 f not a httle manufactur i ng do, 13@15; good manufacturing do, r6@ not give way. Tens.-The market is very firm for this especially such as are not herein provided for, exercise h1gher pnces than was patd for same qua,ltty last fall. I8; medium bright wrapping leaf, good do do, class, but only in the favorite brands. Few transactions their discretion and discrimination. Sour old lt:af and commam old lugs ,not sweet are not 40@5o; fine do do, 55@70. have come under our notice, except 33 cases Over the Fifth-Reclamation shall not be paid after a lapse of as well as the new tobaccc:s of same character. Monthly Toba cco Statement. Water tens, and IS three qtr bxs R. P. Welch tens. A nine months from date of purchase. The prospects for another crop Is very good, plenty of 1875 I874. parcel of crown resale tens was quitted by private treaty. D. SPALDING, President. plants in every section, from three to four weeks Hhds: Hhds. HaU-pounds..,-No transactions to record, excepting a WM. J. LEwERs, Se f refary, late. We want good plantmg seasons from rst to 2oth Receipts in April at warehouse 765 small lot of T. C. Williams & Ce.'s manufacture were June to plants set out, and then an average season Do do shipped through _________ 140 905 1 612 quitted at auction, at full prices. 150 packages of --------. ForthcoJDbur Auction Sle, and we Will have at least an a.varage crop. We do not Total receipts since Jan I wareChildrey's make were disposed of privately. Twist.-think we wi.11 wlld corner' crop, such as ______ __ '_. ____ 2190 The. quotations are as under :-Northern, none; Western, By Burdett & Dennis, 29 Burling slip, on Wednesraised m r873, and away through that Do do shipped through _________ 6oo 2790 4200 none; Southern, rs. 4d.@rs. 9d ; Barret's Anchor, IS. day, May r 9 at 12 o clock, in front store, sao boxes wmter and through the spnng of I874 Offerings during the past month, 1026 I578 B l ack SIVal1, IS. 7d.; Raven, rs. 9d.; St. day pipes, 3 gross each. .. LYNCHBURG, May. I5_.-Messrs. Nowlms, Younger Total offerings since Jan. I----2142 3587 IS. 9<1.; Our Game,rs. 7 ?(d.; She11ard's rs. 5d.; Tnumph, & Co., Commtss1on Merchants, report :-In Deliveries from wa r ehouse during none; Golden Fleece, Is. 3d.; Woolly King, rs. 3d.; RagReJDovals reviewing th'e tobacco marketwefindlittletonote. Re-past month---------------1111 I 2r2 lanqs, rs. 6d.; Giant rs. 4d ; Onward rs. 3d.; Black ceipts continue light for the season. The market active Total deliveri e s from warehouse Diamond, Is. sd., in hlf and qtr trcs, Importers limits. NEw Yoi.uc CITv.-Martil'l &-Johnson To.bacco Comand prices rule high for all grades. We continue former since Jan. 1 ---.. ------2663 293 6 T!ms.-Northrn, 7d.@8d., best brands; medium, 7d @ mission Merchants, from r66 Water Street to 79 Front quotations. : I Stock in warehouse May I______ I24 2 r s 2 8 9d.; Southern, rod. @rs. 7<1., best brands! Half-pounds Street. T:s:NN., Maj I4 .l....Messrs. M. H. FOREIGN. -Northern, 6d.@8d.; Southern (Tortoise-shell,) 9d : @ CINCINNATI, 0.-H. Newburgh, Leaf Tobacco Dea-Clark & .Brother, Leaf Tobacco report :-We AMSTERDA M, May I.-Messrs. Schaap & Van IS.Id.; Southern Black, Aromatic-West-ler, to 76 Main Street. to report a weeks work, the sales foot-Veen, Tobacco Brokers, raport :-It is still very dull ern Halves, none; Pounds, Southern Pounds, rod Goldsmith & Newburgh, Cigar Manufacturers to 94 10gap only 6 9 hhds. were a few hbds. of really in the trade and s lt le for the last fortnight were limited @rs. Id.; Light Pressed, Pounds, 2s. 2d.@3s.; Halves, Main Street. ___ ,. __ __... fine tobacco sold, the nemamder of the offermgs were_ to 354 bales of Java s c raps at about 30 cents, and 1 778 none; Twist, rs. 6d @2s. 6d.; Pocket Pieces rs. 4d. ;@ and common poor_ leaf. The market do, Sumatra good and fair quality from 150 to 200 cents. rs. 6d.; Gold Bars, rs 6d.@rs. 9d.; Navy Half-Pounds Changes iiL Busineu. was str_ ong and the h1g h pn.ces.whtch have ruled for A parcel of 773 bales oftiered at the same time by suband Pounds, rs.@rs. 3d.; Eights, Sixes, etc., 1s.@rs. 3d. some mamtam1 ed: quote comscription was not granted and is still offered for sale, Leaf for Manufacturing.-8d. tors: 2d; Strips, rs. rd.@ mon lugs, frosted 7@S7(c, to good asking prices are rsoto 200 cents. Upon the 4th and Is. 3d.; Cigars.-Cheroots, none m first hands; Manit-Tennant & Andrews Tobacco Manufacturers, dis lugs, 8 7(@ I rc ; common leaf, 11@ r3c, medtum leaf, 5th inst. we have again subsc;riptions of several parcels las H. S., 6 os.@62s. 6 d ; Ormond's 35 s. Stocks olved, Mr. J A Andrews continues under his own name; I.B@rsc; good leaf, rs@r7c; fine leaf, r7@r9c; selec-of Java tobacco, altogether 7,697 bales of mixe:i Melbourne, Feb'y. 13' 187 5 451 hlf trcs, 1 880 qtr trcs L. B. Tennant will do a Leaf Tobacco at tiOns, I9@23C qualities both for cigar manufacturing and cutting pur-and kegs, 6,3o8 three qtr bxs and bxs, 4,689 cases mfd, 81 E. Front Street. PADUCAH, KY., Mav Io.-Messrs. M H Clark_ & pose and 69 bales of Sumatra tobacco. Arrived in the 114 hhd and casks, 133 cases, 775 bales unmfd, I,r6o I b B -' k 0 cases cigars. 'tlydney, Feb'y. 1 2 1 875 425 720 lps Sengstak & Wennig, Leaf Tobacco Dealers, disso ved; Brother, Le!!._f To acco ro ers, report: ur receipts last days, 4 oos bales of Java, 1,339 bales of Samatra infd,r,oi4,673 lbs unmfd, 45, 671 lbs cigars. Adelade, Walker & Sengstak succeed. Foreign T obacco dutj 35c. per p ound, g old. F oreign Cigars per pound and per cent. d valtJ7Y.m.. 1 m ported cigars also bear an lnte rnal. Revenue tax o f $6 p e r M to b e paid by stamp1 at the Custom H o u a e. ( R evenue Act, 3 ,) as amended ;Ma r c h 3 1875 The import duty on manufacture d toba cco i s per lb i Leaf 3SC i S t e m s, sc. per l b In addition t o thJ s duty, Revenue o n the aame k ind o f tobacco made iD thi s c oun tcy muat be-p aid. Tbetobaccomaat a l eo be packed according to the r epla t iions g ov erning tobacco made h ere. FOREIGN DITTIES ON TO&l;co. In Austria, France, l taly and Spai n t tlbe tobacco commerce i1 monopolized by J{M"el'lliDent, under directioa of, a Reai:e. Io Germany the duty o n Amer ... ican leaf tobacco i1 -4 thalers per xoo lba. In Belctum the lmpo&tla after Qeductlog 15 per cent. for tare. T:be duty 11 13 fraoca, centims CS-4" gold )pertoo Xllorramme (oo American lbo. equa l 45.li k lloa. ) Im Holland the duty 11 ,a centa. gold, per 100 kil o s. (aBo American pounda belDg eq11al to 127 kilos.) In Ru11la tla dntr tD leaftobaceola 4 roubl_ e ..., kopeks per pod; on tobacco :a6 rou. 40cop. perpud, ftnd on ctpra 2 rou. 10 cop. per pud. The'' pud" l t; equal to about 36 American lba. Ia THB TOBACCO TRADH DIBBCTOBY For 1874. .-1.00; By Mail, 'THE TOBACCO-LEAF" PUBLISHING CO. { 142 FULTON STREET, N. Y. 'l'O 'l'IIE 'l'iADE m oms crrm1. The following firms have kindly consented to act aa our agents for the sale of the Directory in the cities named. Orders left with them will be filled at dle rate of Four DollarS' per copy: BALTil\IOREo ED. WISCHMEYER: & CO. C omm.lsion Merchants a.nd Dealen ill T obacco and Otgars1 3 9 South CHIGAGO. ADAMS 11: LEWIS, Toba,co Manubctnrers' Agents 8 Lake Street. CINCINI'IlA TJ, BRO., Wholesale DealerelD Leaf T o'hacco, us aacl ,7 DANVILLE, VA. Pemberto n & P enn, Tob acco Commissio n M e r c h ants. 1 DURHAUII, N. C]. R. Morris Edjtor 11 North Carolina Tobacc e L eaf a n d Cotton Plant."' LOUISVILLE. JUNGBLUTH & CO., G eneral C ommission Mercbana :u>d Broh111 1a Leaf Toba.cco, 3 3 Third Street. L Yl'IICHB'IJR.G, VA. Nowllns, Younger&: Co. Tobacco Commluion Mercbaob. PP:ILADELPHIA. WM. &: CO.; Packers and Beater s i n Leaf Tobacco; .,5 South Water Street. PITTSBURGH. MAUL & GR@TE, Wholesale D ealoers In Havana and Domestic Leoj Tobacco, 374 Penn Ave RICHliiOND, VA. R. A. Mills, Tobacco Broker. are full, and sales for pas.t weej< add up 434 hhds. tobacco and the samples of so hhds Maryland tobacco Feby. 6, 1 8751 Io6,I4I lbs mfd, 9 273 lbs unmfd Schwill & Dubrul, Wooden and Sheet-Metal Moulds Planters well satis!ied w1tb present pnces and are sailing per Duis1Jurg. The quality of this parcel could 17, 110 lbs Geelong, Dec. 26, 26. 98 r Manufacturers, dissolved; Mr. Napoleon Dubrul con pushing thetr crops fon'!ard .. The market was not induce our traders to mnke an offer, it being mostly lhs mfd I 55 lbs cigars. Brisbane, 12o, 239 lbs mfd tinues under his own name ; Mr. Scbwill re-enters the M e r chants and Dealers very high but rather uregular m We quote:-quite green and we shall have to wait the arrival of the 8 lb S 1 firm of Becker & Co iT. LOUIS. Frosted, c; common to medmm lugs, 8@9f.(_. c; hogsheads, in .he hope that by resamplingit may prove 6 99 8 ctgars. Auction a es.-Feb'y 5.-Ex 72 74 .,. 1 f @ d.. Nomad: All faults, on account of whom it may conLouisVILLE, Kv.-1. S. Willett, Tobacco Manufac-Good lugs, 10@II}2c; common ea 12 I4C; me mm that the tobacco will be ripened on the journey cern--7 hlf trcs BlackSwan twist, stained, rs. 4J(d; turer; Messrs. J. H. Kinnaird and James Kinnai rd, Jr. leaf, @I7C; good leaf, fine to sele.c Our stock consists in 22 hhds of Maryland ; so do Ohio, 17 qtr trcs do, rs. 4;4 d; 11 cases do rs. 28 cases admitted; firm name now I. S. Willett & Co. tions, 20@25c. We had fine growmg weather m 1,762 bales of Rio Grande, 20,631 bales of Java, 7,soo do slightly stained, Ex :James 0 Stone, etc : Jungbluth & Co., dealers in Tobacco and Tobacco the main since the begmnmg of the month, and as we hear bales of Sumatra. T C W'll' d C I 1 R b no Manur:acturers' Supplies, dissolved, Mr. H. U. Frankel h 1 b d d 2 cases 1 tams an o. s mpena u y .u. T., '' of but few complamts, presum_e t Pant-e are omg BREMEN, April 30.-0ur special correspondent threes, rs. sd.; 2 cases do, fives, rs. 2 cases do retires; Mr. Jungbluth continues under the old firm well. 'Ye notll' no slackemng m the effott for a full reports: Kmtucky'-Notwithstanding' the receipt of pocket-pieces, IS. 2 cases do, Unique Bright, name. crop thts year. Cable dispatch confirm i ng the injury done to plant beds pocket-pieces 1 s 1 case do, Lasso, 2 s. rd. ; LIVERPpoL, ENG.-F. W. Smythe & Co Tobacco PHILADELPHIA, May 17.-Mr. Arthur R. F?U by frost and higher markets, matters here I case do, Universal, 2s. rd.; 1 case do, 2s. 2 d ; 5 cases C o mmiss ; on Merchants, dissolved; Mr. Jas. D. Wilson geray, Tobacco Manufacturers' rep so that as soam a s a change for the better Deliveries of the week are reported as 402 hhds, about ----------------------does come they are pnepared t o take advantage of it. the half of whi ch is of sales m ade some time ago, but FoRTUNES AND CiGARS.-Writes Arsene Houssaye w J H OODLESS. c. E TAVLOI'R f: II 7 8 b L a t e o f ece1pts ro m a sou 1 rces, 2 xs, 125 case s 722 now first reporteil roo hhds Kentucky strippers, in one of his recent Paris letters to the Tribune:-" It caddies. stems wer e d ispos e d of at I6 pfenn i gs, which is about has been a busy week. Reception at the Academy, .w.. J 1 HOODLESS & CO., Cigars-Our fine cigar manufacturers are still emI pfennig lower than la s t month's prices. Virginia parties and musicals. Fortunes made and unmade at played in making and! shipping on orders, and ap-stems-of which rec e ipts have been very liberal-were the Bourse. One of my friends: Baron Georges de NATIONAL TOBACCO INSPECTION, parently hllve no tro11ble to obtain their if, goods also a shade lower, the sales made bemg within the Heckeren, made two m i llions between two cigars, while It & F din wil.l only come up to the standard. I report also that range of r 7 @ 13 pf. according to quality. In fine Virginia another of my friends, whose name I reserve, four, ecelVlilg' orwa.r S Warehouses, low grade cigars still continue scarce and are sougnt stems nothing was done. S t ock in first bands, April 22, althoflgh he worked tremendously, nnd did not s moke Foot of Van !\yke and Partition Sts_, Brooklyn. after constantly, therefo : re tbe cigar business upon die 4 9,.8 hhds rec ei ved since, II do; total, 4 959 do; at all." Btl! all obacco car e National Inspection. whole is improvin g delivered since, 4,02 do ; s t ock in first hands April 30, WWI&m st., N. v.1 Partition it., Breoklya, Lea f Tobacco-As heretofore our export trade con4 ,557 hhds. Seed ,Leaf.-Sales of the week amount to THE FiRST MEERSCHAUM PlPE .-At'Pesth they find 4 9 3 54+ tinu es v e ry f air, with a bright future, with sales for home 537 cases, comprising States and other l o w grade kinds in a museum what they supposed to be the first meer ""'llSUmption certainly up to the average particularly at former prices. Receipts for the week are 454 cases, schaum p i pe ever made. It was cut by a, sc1:1lntor in QOPE' S TOBACCO JOURNAl rd C tt' f o r tsmokera. Published &$No. 10 L ord :Nelson mee t Liverpool ED g for fine grade of wrappers, especially if dark in color, as and thus the stock in first baads remains about' unwoo named aro KoWares, from a piece of meerschaum land wMre suboorlptlons may be adtlieued,or to the Toncoor.u.-ornWl. our fine cigar manufacturers are daily in the market changed at n,9oo cases. Cigar tobaccos are generally given in Tuney to Mr. Andrassy, an ancestor of'Coun t lnoh. N o adverUoementa looking after it. It is also the opinion of well informed quiet. Of Domingo and Brazil nothing was sold Andrassy. The idea of making a pipe out of this sub-ror a ho rter period than m month!!. M""hlnecy tor Sale. llume Addreo h I d d f S k fi h fB 'I b f t d t K t h t sea Ann ouncemenu,&o.lel)er lin e N o t o rA.dvertiltngwUlbecon dealers in leaf t at ow and me mm gra es must o toe m rst anes, o raz1, 41,250 ales ; do do p s ance occurre o owa es as a appy expenmen unleoa s.ccompanled by the corre 8pl)ndillg amGunL Thill
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TO:EA.CCO .Commission 104: FRONT STREET,. :P, O .BOX NEW YORK. Agents for the following well know{! and reliable Manufacturers: PACE, TURPIN & BRO. L J. GRANT & CO .. W. J. YARBROUG. H & S9-NS, J. H. GREANER, L. H. FRA YSER & CO., R. W. OLIVER, T. W. PEMBERTON, JOHN R. PACE & CO., JOHN W. OARROLL, and otbtrs. ilole Agents for the Original CABLE COIL, BONNE BOUCHE, 4s and s s Single and Double Thick. Also Agents for the Celebrated LONE JACK & BROWN DICK SMOKING Large Stocks of Manufactured T of every ption, Suitable for the Home 'l;rade and for FOTeign Markets, kept constantly ou hand. BO'W'NE & FRITH, 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW Y()RK, Tobacco CoD1Dlission Merchants Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands of Smoking Tobacco: Honey Bee, Early DeW", Prairie Blossom, lied lUver, Powhattan, Enterpnae, Old Ken tuck, Old .Lo Cat.AA, 1:oW" Slip, Planters' Chotc& Pioneer of tbe w .. t, Sunny 8outb, \Jr Brand, Eroney Dew. l.loo Sol e A""" ts for !b o U n itrd States for J .P. & CO.S GOLXl FLAXE. G F. L tNDB. c c. H .\M[LTON. S MAa:coso. R. A 5 H CROE"T. YORK. I EEDLEAE ToBAcco INsPECTION TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. Certificates alwo lOr eYerJ case, and deltvered case by ca:se, as to of CertJficate. I. B.:.._WE -LSO SAIIPU: IN MERCHANTS' OWN STORES. F. 'c; LINDE tt CO., INCIPAL Water Street. and :182 to 186 Pearl St. RDHOllllli:8-141i Water, Jl7'3 Front, 7'4, 7'& & 7'8 Gr.,.a ... ..tch Streeta, and 1, 2, 8 H11d8oa JUver Rail B.o.,_ d Depot, 8t. John Park. 1 CHARLES FINKE, J. Me J. BENSEL & CO I fOB! COO' INSPECTOR, TOBACCO INSPECTIQN, 1 155 WATER STREET, 127 & 129 WATER STREET. 'York.. CERTIFICATES ISSUED AND CASESDL COtiK'I'RY SAMPLING PROl!IPTLY ATLIVERED SINGLY OR 1N LOTS, 1 TBNDED TO. L :r.lAlHr(f), I R O BERT L. MAITL ':'! o L. TOBACCO AND FACTORS, :GENERAL COMM.ISSION MERCHANTS, 43 B .B.OAD ST., B. '2'. Advaocements made on c o n signments to W. A. & G. MAXWELL & CO., J .!VEl> POOL. I M. SALoMON, E. SALOMON .. M. a E. SALOMON, PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, AND IMPORTERS OF Havana TobaccG and 85 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. ,.J j T O.B A C 0 0 :JL ABELS, ... For Smoking and ManufacturedJ Tobacco, FURNISHED BY .THE BATCH LI.TBOGRAPHIC. COMPANY, :J:..:J:T:13:c:>G-::ElA.PEIEEl.S, I 32 & 34 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK, I ,. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1 \ GUtDO Rl!lTZitNST K t N STROHN & REITZENSTED!, D. J. GARTH, SON & CO., J &)' 1U m i ti .tli l)' 1l (Suc cessors t o CHAR uES B. FALLENSTEII< & Co ,) ALs o Dl!.ALERS '" CoJnlllission Merchants, DOMESTIC NO. 44 BROAD ST., A N D OF D. J, G arth, } 1'0 REIG]!J TOL ..JCCO, ch ... M.carth, NEW YORK, H e .nry Schroder, 176 Front Street, 1 ...... ...;.... I'. QVJN &. CO., M. s. LEVIN, TOBACCO FAGfORS, ]IPOB TBB DP HAVANl Western and Virginia Leaf, Anailealer in an:kinds cf BROAD STREET TB'E 'l:OBACCO LEA.F, MAY 19 411 & 50 East Second St., ALEX FRIES & BROS 1& Clollege Place, CINCINNATI BII:T. WARltKN AND I I' MURRAY STS,, OHIO. NEW li< ORK, MANUFACTURERS OF HAVANA CIGAR FLAVOR. Dissolved 4: o z in one gailon of Whisky and sprink l e d on tht: Tobacco, gives t o oommon articles the Cin.rs. PRICE t12 .nn ._ .. ., n1" 4. FRANCIS S. KINNEY'S PATENT IMPROVED TOJAOCO CUTTER. This Improved Macblne for catting Tobacco la atructed with a single knife working upon lnclill4d bear ings, and operating with a sliding shear cut upon the tobacco, which is pJ aced in a box with aides at righ t angleS and bottom parallel with aaicl knife. This machinewtll cut any ltind er tobacco, and c:ut it perfectly Plug, Twist, PerJq.ue in Carrotu, and any similarly hard P.tepared tobaccos can be .cui in thei.r hard s tate. "Without any casing, tor an.y otber moiatcning to aoften them. It males no shorts, can be run by hand or steam pow er, requires no skill to OJ? erate it; its construction IS oftbemotbubstantialltind, slow to wear and difficult to clioorder. Price of macbln compl-ete, with Press (box 4 n e t cas h OFFICE; 141 WEST BROADoo WAY, N"' York. N. B.-The attention of manutaeturero of Cllf&rette ad Turkish, and all Fancr Tobaccos, Sll'aight Cull, Bright Lear, etc., etC.9 is particularly called to this machiae. APPLEBY ROAD MILLS oboy Snuff, French' Rappee Snuff, American Gent. Snuff, Scotch Snuff, "" Lundy Foot Snuff. c ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOWING OF PURE VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBAGCO. Viz : Rail Boad, Our Choice, Colorado, Pride of Henry County, Black Tom. Also ._CIGARS. 133 Water and 85 Pine Sts., N.Y. J. CRAS. APLLEBY. For Price List Address 01' appl7 IS a.bove, GEO. W. HELl!(, THH CDNSULIDATHB TOBACCO CO. OF CALIFOBIVIA, PZ..4.1\TTATIO:NS !' ACTOB.DIS AT AT SAN FELIPE. I .GILROY. AU Oig=:s a.nd Tobacco 14&!1\fr.ctured by us are of 'CALIFORNIA GROWN LEAF, CURED BY THE CULP PROCESS, Agents for the following Virg\niL\ and N. Carolina ROBERT W. OLIVER, lUchmolld, Va. l Wll'fGFIELD & LAWSON, Richmopd, Va. D C. lilA Y O & CO., Va. W011ACK & INGRAM, MeadoviUe, Va. W : T GEN T RY&: CO. R1chmend, Va. W. DUKE, Durham, N C MA\'0 & Kt!IG'I'IT, Richmond, Va. R. T. FAUCETT Durkam, N.C. !fARDGROVE, POLLA'RD & 'C0., Richmond, Va. OOOPltk & WILLIAMS, Oxford, N O. The special attention of the Trade is c alled to the following esta:blished Brands : KAJrol' ACT'UBED JIIIANUFACTURED Virginia Beauliies, P, P .' s whole and X Cacidlea 0ld Ned' s Choice, _Ks, Ms, P. P s. Virgiaia Beauties, 31, 48, and I-45 D C. Mayo&: Co., Navy lbs. Farmer's Daughter, 3s, ,\(s.. D.C. Mayo&Co. Navy, J{a, and )is, P. P., in whole, Sallie Willie, and s Plug Twist. Ji, and ){ cacldies. Sallie Wi11ie, Fig. D C Mayo & Co.,__3s, 4s, and xO!. Invincible, W. J. Gentry &: Co., Navy, ,Ks, 'J.fs, )(s, P. P"1, Oriental, Fig, tn tin foil, )( lb. fanqr. and tong Io'a. Charm, 6-inch Twist, in tin foil, caddiea. Mayo & ltoigbt, Navy, )fs, }("s, P P s. &: long tos. Charmer, 6 and n-inch twist. Luscious Weed,u-tnchplug. SKOJtlliG,In bagsofu, '"" J&.s,:uod Xslba.. Chas. Henry, Jr. glnch llJht preiMII. Gold Bug. Virginia s Choice. Ambrosia, lbs. Gold K.cd&l. I:xion. Oliver's Ch.oiGe lbs. Otive. Rose. Old Ken tuck, lbs. Caeyqoe. Star. Rewartl. oflndustry, lbs.. Oliver's Choice. VIrginia Belle. Pride of tbe Natien, lbs. Nuggoet Pioneer. Fea t herstone's Crack Shot, lbo. Reward oflndustry. Hilly Buck. Out of Sea, 3ts, P P's. Owen's Durham. A Pride of the Nation. J:Iarvest Queen, )is, "-s, Duke's Durham. IIIII( Dandy Lion. F "armer,) <:::holce, *s. P. P't. Faucett's Durkam. Partic\llar attention given to putting up special brands' for SOLE use ownera. Sol.e .Ai;eZL-t.i :ror E .. T., PILKIIVTON la CELEDBA'l.'ED .J ''PBUITS S PLOWBBS" ''CBDOmALTI' 0 tre," "Planter' s Pride." "Fanner's Choke/' and j SKOKINC I TO:BAOCOS.' / I IIF'PRICE LISTII FURNI!!HED ox APPLICATION., HENRY W'ULSTEIN, SUCCESSO. TO 'fl iorgfeldt Iii Deghuee, PATERT TOBACCO IACIIII.HBY, 25 Myrtle Avenue, BROOKLYN Constantly on Hand the Best Improved Hand and Steam Machine for Cutting and G ;anulating Tobacco. \ EDWARD M. WRIGIIT & CO. KATZ & CQ., DEALE.RSAND EXPORTERS OF General Coounission Leaf' Tebacco, 179 PEARL STRE-ET, ALL KIKDS OP' 3e Broad Street, NEW YORK '14 FBONT Strut. IUGBRI DU BOIS, I CODISSIOI MHBCHOT, r;s I"BOKT STJU:IJT, NEW YORK JOS. H. THOIMPSON. ---PAUL CAl. fl. 83 Front St., N. Y. Apata f11r the lollowin&' well-known and futly bn.ted Manufaeturen of Vlrcinia To6acco: C. A. JACKSON & CO.; D. B. TENNENT & C04 REUBEN RAGLAND; WILLIAM LONG 1 H. 0. HOBSON, PeMnbor&' Sole APIIb ..... C. A. JACKSON II CO'S. Cel .. brated Branda. D!lDLBEBG .1: CO., _. x6o PEARL ST., NEw YollK. J. D. WD:r..u!G" co., -BALTIMORE, MB. XUKELllUG, SCILU:FU & CO., NEW OitLEANS, LA. UEK:&:L!EBG IQ CO., LouiSVILLE1,KY. UlltBm. REYNES BROTHERS & CO., I COMMI:SSION MERCHANTS -IG &. 48 Jl:zchange !'lace. BLAKEMORE, MAYO & CD., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,_ 62 BROAD STREET,\ NEW Y81tK. NEW YORK. JAMl:S .M. GARDINEII., P. 0. llQX CHARLSS M. CONNOLLY. WALTEI!t FRtEDMAI FREISE, O r IMPORTERS OF JaiDes lYI. GQrdiner a Co. HAVANA TOBACCO Tobacco Commission Merchants, S4 :Front strset, Ne'W' York. ARE RECEIVING DIRECT FROM VIRGINIA CONS I GNMENTS OF TURED TOB ACCO EXPORT ORDERS FOR PLUG TOBACCO ,.. PROMPTLY l<'ILLED. 203 Pearl Street, NEW YORK. CBAS. F. TAG & SON, M MAYORGA. J HUERTEMENDIA.' JUSTO MAYORGA. Importers of SPANI S H and Dealers i n alllcinds of J. M. MAYORCA_tc-CO., LEAF TOBACCO IMPORTERS OF HAVANA 184 Front street, c AND DEALERS IN FINE H.A..V..tJ.NA. OIGABS, 14 CEDAR ST., NEW YORK. FOX, DILLS & CO., :Z:KPO:RTZ:RS OF SPANISH, AN:D' PACKERS OF SEED LEAF TOBACCOS, 0 175 Water Street, New York. NB\'V lrOB.K. G. R.EISMAl\11\T, Commission Merchant, AN: D DEALllR IN ALL KllCDS OS' LEAF TOBACCO, 17& :Pearl Street, :set. t>ine Cedar. N EW Y 0 R K. VEGA, BRO'S, KOENIG & SUBERT, WEYMAN & BROTHER, HAVANA 'TOBACCO I DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Securedhv'tettersPatent,Deoember26,t865. An LEAF HAVANA be rlgorouslypros I Manufacturers of RAPP ER, CoNGJutss, .. nd ScoTcH SNun, and every grade of Smoki n g T obacco. & BRO., CICARS, 190 PE..tJ.RL STREET, New Ycrh. ;r ACINTO COST A, IMPuRTER OF Havana Tobacco, aod SOLE AGENT for the Brand of Ci ga\'3, LA MAJAGUA, No. 183 !'earl Street, Corner of Cedar, NEW YORK. FELIX CARCIA, IMPORTER OF HAVANA LEAF ... ( Y'IOM T. GD'TIEIREZ ). -.. AND CIGARS ALS O OF TH& WJtLL h. "'NO\\I'N 'I'O:BACCOS, N'c. 329 :BOWERY. (bet. 2d & 3d Sts.,) 1 NEW YORK. N. LAGBENBRUCH & BR0.1 No. 164 Water Street, New York, lNHOLMALE DEALERS JN HAVANA & DOMESTIC Leaf" Tobacco. M. OPPENHMER & BRO .... _' DEALERS IN SEED, LEAF AND HIVUI TOBACCO, STREET, .... \ .}., :m A F T 0 :a A c c 0 !'. o. BOX 2 '10'1, NEW UJ2 PEARL ST., NEW YORK. Our Cigars a're finer in flavor than any made in the United States, of American Grown Tobacco, and are pronounced by competent judges equal to those Imported from Havana, 179 I 81 SMITHnELD ST., PITTSBURG. PA Brands ofGigars 'La Carolina' & 'Henn Clay. 1 And Sole Ag't for Brand "Pr<'f. Morse," and "'SARATOCA," 167 Water St., New York NEWY8RK. THIJMAS KJNNJCUTT, while ourpricescompetewiththebetterclassofDomesticCigars. VEGA & BERNHEIM, .. -.MIRANDA & CO. M. CRAWFORD, l. W. TATGENBORST, L DNTUCXY and VIRGmA __ The JM>ORTmo IMPORTRESOF T 0 BAC C 0 To B .. '! c co eaf Tobacco, D:&:l'Tli a.nd DELicAcY oF FLAvoR ws'O'uAssED, -BA V ANA TOBACCO BAV .UA LEAF TOBACCO COKKISSIOlfKERCHANT fnDAJ Jft1PHA" No. 52 BROAD while t h e y LESS NICOTINE, than tobacco cured by. any other known process. AND OF THE BRAND OF 168 WATEB STREET Jlli'.U. Jr IJUJillil ihl 11 Ill Wll, ,..... 11DGAB. DIUGGS, Agent, ..A.n.d. OZG-.A.B.S. OICARS RITICA," NEw YORK. NEW YORK j Q7 f S S f C I ,.. 0""' ,. S y k HasonoalealUklndsofLeafTobaccoforEiportand 68 I&ROAD STREET. lOffice and Salesroom, No.2 ront treet, an rancisco, a. '!R'-" "?EARL STREET. NEw. y ....... ..!.:! Pearl t' ..... ew or forHomeuoe. 1 } -NEW voax. -G. GEORGE. BEI\4liE, SAWYER, WALLACE & CO., _O_TT_IJ-GE_R_&_B_R_OT-HK-R,-1'111 F ATKAN & co.. llUYER oF M .._ F1 ne C Cotton and 'l'oba.ceb anu..a.aoiLu.rer .a. ""'!'' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IJVAWI ltaf KEN!UCKY' \ Factors TOBACCO andDsalerinLEAFTOB.A.CCO, AND LEAF TOBACCO )NB CCMMISSION M.;RCEIAN1.1' No. 195 PEARL ST., New York. No. 47 Bfoad Street, l L. CARVAJAL'S CIGARS,"" 41 BROAD STREiET,l.,_ t ROAD STREET 65 BROAD STREET, Cl 1\I.I:'Y' P::R.:XN"C:X::PA.X.. B:R.A.N"::OS e WATEB ST. NEW YOB.X. 1._,...., 1:0 k 12 B NEW Y NEWYORK. CHARTER Ot\.:!t, DIAMOND Sl'PJNG, PLOB del F'O'l!Alt, SILVER LAD, ESCEPSCION. -_ NEW YORK :LG'f ., ... !e NEW YORK. I

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. MAY 19 JACOB BINEELL, 1 MANUFACTUREll. tlF CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIOR MAKE AND Prime Quality of. CEDAR WOQD, 293, 295 & 297 Monroe St., NEW YORK. WM. EGGERT & co. IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND DEALERS IN 0, XEW YOJLK. E. i, 8 FRIEND & CO., and Dealera in LEAP TOBACCO, 129 Malden Lane, EDWAJt.D FRJKND, I Gus FRIEND, NEW YORK DwAaD FaiNI>, Jr. .. 1: S. STIR.BIRGIR IWI&I AID BAPS, And lmpocten of V uelta-Abajo Tobacco, W ATEB ST., XEW YORK. W. MIIIDIL a BRO., MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND DEALBRS TN LEAF TOBACCO, BOWERY, NEW YORK Wlt. AGNEW .t1 BOlli, 'tobaooo ana Oommissicoli1. Jle:rohaDt& f184. and aae Front NEWYOBK. BAL& .ALL 'teaf Tobaeco for Export nnd loma V. Leaf Tobacco baled In any pecka:p 11,1 1c press for export. WlL SCHOVERLING,. l'ACKElt OF AND DJEALER IN SBBD-LEAP NEW MILFORD, CONK. Libenl Cash adv ances made on Consignments. AHNER & DEHLSJ -1BAP "'TOBACCO, ""'i 1SO Pearl St., -'J(!CHA&L AHliKRr\ NEW YORK JoKN A. D&HLS. f BBAD Be Co.,. SUCCESSORS TO ISAAC READ, 1JOMMISSION MERCHANTS, ) LMER tc SCOVILLE, IXPO:B. T:Z:B.S 0:1' SP .ANISE, AND JOBBERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF T0BACCO,; 170 Water Street, New.Vork. \> e L. PALMER. A. H, SCOVILLE. Connecticut Seed-leaf Wrapper of our own WEISS, ELLER., & KAEPPEL, IMPORTERS OF AND DEALER IN IOBACCOS, 220 PEARL STREET, NiEW YORK U. S. Solid T1lD Ci[ar Monlil. Our Moulds are I'Uannteed to be u;-ore DURABLE, and at least per eent. Cheaper tbaa any other Mould sold. Office and Salesroom, No ... l31 Wat,r Street, N. Y. "1 N. B. BOBGPELDT, MANUFACTURER OF (, c;IGARIYIOULDS, --Patentee of Closed Head Moulds, Patt11t11 of fht Single Spring or (Jacoby) Moulds. ORDERS TAKEN AT THE FACTORY, HARLEM R, R. FREIGHT BUILDING0 WHITE ITJ;l.EET, F.oor :19, (2d Door fronl Elm Stret:t1 ; or at .ESSIIS. S. JCOBY l CO., Office No. >OO Cllatham Square, NEW YORK. KAUFMANN BROS. & BONDY, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS, \ 1l2D &. 131 CB.A.li'D STJUI:BT, li'BW '2'0BK. Sheet Metal .Cigar MoUlds Thi s Is the only Mould sW.table for the Manufacture of Fine Havana Cigars. T i n isCwell known to be the best preserv:,.tive of Selicate aromas. The bunches produced I I I i' I : . :. ,. .. ,, .. I this Mould do nett require turning, as no is shown. For Circulars, address and Sheet Meta l Ciga r Moulds, Sole I k'l6SW. Seoond St., Cincinnati, 0. .-:. .. .-LEVY' .ROS.-,. 'U1'a.c't'U.rer o:r CXG.AIEC& 70 & & A And .l)ealers in and Western COMMISSION MERrwaA.NTS I -,. .; G. FALK & BRO., SCHRODER d: 178 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. :I::a:POB.T::&:::a.& O:J.iW &P .A:DIT:I:&::S: AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC PRENTIGE'S CIGAR SHAPING MOULD & RETAINERS Patented Jan. 18611, aacllllay 1871. These Moulds =tre used in making the Finest Brands of Havana Cigars, and by all who have used them to be the best M-ould ever invented. Makos crease In the Cigar. Durable and Compact, Uoiformity In weight and size of the Cigar. UriskUled Labor can be employed in making Buoches, 1f Past Leos Skill Is required In .&A1C01'1C8 8, s.oo perSet. POWDERED LICORICE GUM ARABIC OLIVE Oil OTTO ROSES, Warranted perfect in respect. Send for m J B or ca11 and judge for younelvcs. .&.onqua eans -TERWILLIGER & LQCKWBOD, And aU other for used by i:cluding the j;nest. MANUFA<;TURRRs AND PnoruTo Essential Oils 54 Maiden Lane, NEW w H. Schieffelin & co.. HEBlVIANN BATJER BRO., .&lfD DIPORTERS CLAY PIPES,_ 'rER-STREE'r.. -.. a STORili, MANUfACfURERS OF CIGARS, AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, No. 191 PEA.ll.L STREET, NEW YO}Ut JOHN STRAITON. GEORGE ST.DRJII. 1. ROS.EN\\!ALD & BROT_HER, IKPO:B. Tli::B.S 0:1' Ei'P.Aln:SB, AND, ,. PACKERS OF _DOMESTIC lEAF tOBACCO, 145 Water Street, New York. 1 A. & F. BROWN, MANUFACTURERS OF CIGAR MOULD PRESSES & STRAPS, Ciorar cutters & all nther Machinery for Mannfactnrill! CiKars IMPORTERS OF GERMAI CIGAR MOULDS. 571 59 & 61 Lewis St. bet. Delancey and Sts. NEW YORK, E. PASCUAL BROTHER & (;o. .. f COlOOSSION ldUCRANTS AND Dn'OB'l'EBS OF LEAF TOBA.C.CO. ,. WATBB. STB.I::B'l', ll'll'W YOlU!t P. 0. BOX 3925 CUTHRIE &. CO., A. CREENHALL, 170 a.nd 1'72 WILLWr S'l'ID'l', D'W' TOll. :a:. "'!iR". :&:E.% CBS, HANIJFACTURER OF CIGAR BOXES, AND IMPORTER OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS o Ol!'llfUll'Clt CO., and r. .. JOCDI.K.Um Kanu!ach:tl1 Cigar-Mol!lld Presses, Straps anu Cutters, 263 SOUTH STREET, N. Y. 'TBE. GERMAN AMERICAN BROADWAY, cor. of Cedar St., NEW Capitpl, -$2,000.000. EVERY FACILITY AFFORDED TO AND CORRESPONDENTS CONSISTENT WITH SOtJND BANKING. H. ROCHOLL. PresidentG. H. SCHREINER, Cashier. SllYIOl\1 -STRAUSS, MANUFACTURER OF Cigar Boxes and Show Figures; AND DEALER aN j GERMAN OIGAR MOLDS, PRESSES, STRAPS, CUTTERS') &C. 1'79 ST., AU ldads Cut to O _rder and Repaired in tbe Best St7te. The Trade Suppuea .. COOPERATIVBCIGAR M'PG.CO., 202 CHATHAM: SQUARE,I SIEBER, Prealdeat. j M. YAXDUS, Seoretar7. 226 Front Street, llANU!ACTURER. OF. s ORGLBR c _OKKISSIONAN!GRCHANTS, PINB HAVANA CIGARS, Wangler &'Hahn, TOBACCO PRESSERS. 49 w t B d Aloo, Proprietor or tho Brand JlAMUP"A.CTVtiaas 0' Fine NO. 290 & 292 BOWERY, Leaf Tobaccopressedinbales for the West Indies, eS roa way, ''0 b Lib '' Mexican and.Central American Ports, and other mar u a re lr.ets. COR. THOMAS ST., NEW YORK, TOBAcco PAcKED IN HoGsHEADs. 29n & Greenwich St., New York ___ ,.N_Ew__.v..,oR ... K.;.;.. __ Leaf and NanujadNnd To!JacciJ, v.u. 18 York. .umnzALDs mALLxnrno BASCH &. FISCHER, ALEXANDER MACK, J. A. RARTCORI, S. BARNETT,. No. reo York. D;;;;;IC -BOLTED BOARDS., MANUFACTUP BY / L.L.BEDORTHA. / WINDSOR, CONN. I .. :.co., Leaf Tobacco 1SHIID LHAP LEAr'TOBAcco a:m:m::o :u' ::m.A..F 1B6WATER TRBET, 155 Water I 162 Water St N.Y. 86 SHOW s I' I T 0 D A C C 0 FINEST CLEAR HAvANA CIGARS Nea.r Ma.iden La.ne) NEW YORK. ( 121 MAIDEN LANE, N.Y. l NEW YORK. -J.S .CHMITT& c 'o. c JULIAN ALLEN, ( JULIUS BERLINER, CARD NN Havana GJ[ars & Leaf Tobacco A H CARDOZO L f T b \ Lith.og-rap!ua in SUPERIOR Colo1"s and !Nsigns. CARL UP:MA ' I 1 IMPORTERS OF & DEALERS IN Seed-Leaf and Havana e a, 0 a, c c 0 alfd tll
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' I -------fPhlladelplrla Advertisements. stalDar, .Smlth_Bros. a Knecht, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF 'I.""'OBACCO AM of and De4lerll in SUI5 RACE 8TRIIET, PHILADELPHIA. I STEWART RALPH & co., Manufacturers of Ralph's Scotch-Snuff, Aln) CIGARS, J!Cro. 118 ST-. 111*\ ......_ J-eo P. Marko, Aleuader Ralph, joha W. Woodside, Samuel A HendricksoOo TEI,I,ER BJtOS., Packers, Commfssioa MerClb.ants, and Wholesale Dealers in Poraian and Domestic Tobacco, 117 North Third Street, Philaderphja. GAB.BB7'T & CO., CI&!B _AND GKN-HBAL C1JMMISSION K:Z:B.CH.A.NTS, 118 B'o. Water St. and 32 No. Delaware Av.f Philadelphia. B'o: 143 First A"tt"enue, Pittsburgh. L. BAMBERGER & DBALBB8IN LEAF 00-7 J And Manufacturers of all Orades of Cigars, ,o. 9 _1\T. Water_.st., Philadelphia, Pa. M E MeDOWELL & CO., TOBACCO AID GKIKlli CODISSIBIIBRCHOTS, North Water 8t., Philadelphia, Pa. for the sale of all kind!" <:>f Manufactured and Leaf Tobaccos .B -l -EWIS BREMER'S SONS, Wholesale Dealers ia AND KANUFACT'OltED TOBACCO, I'RISHM:UTHJ BRO. & CO., l.t.1zury .Tobacco Works, MANUFACTURERSOF FINJCUT CHEWING SMOKING TOBACCOS, '151 Third St., anCl 225 Quarry St., :Philadelphia.. llild.e brand & Klingenberg M FRECHIE. E. s. J'RECHIE. : anufucturersofand Dealerata 1 1 A, M, FRECH IE & CO, Fine Cigars. No. 37 North Seventh Stfeet,' FINE. CIGARS, I Aad aoa.Ohestaut St.,'""' 43 :N'orth !'ront Street,l PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA. J. RIBALDO SAllK & CO. DOHAN & TAITT, omm comssmN IERCHANTs 101 ARCH sTREE7", NO. 31 North Watea-Street *' I No ao N rth M. r. DOHAN. Ph1'ladelph1'a o are Aveaue. JNO. T. TAITT. a J. Rinaldo Sank, 1 w ... M. Abbey. ._'Lo..l'l .:1 1 "-d.AJ.------------J.,..Ph Brooke. p.c Baltimore Advertisements. "'VVM. A. BOYD & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN -ACTlJBIB OD LHIP TOBACCO, CIGABS, !: j 33 SOUTH ST .. BALTIMORE. T .. OII. w. cauMBa. GEO. GEO. P. Gl:O. KERCKBOFF & CO., DEALERS IN ClmNECTIGlPF, IIA VAN! ill YAH! WF TOBACCO, AND :r.tA.m7PAcmm.DS 0!' CIGABS. No. 49 s. CttARLES STREET, BALTIMORE. F. !'"ECKER C.4JECKER. L. DECKER-0 BEGJCER PACKERS, MERCHANTS, AND WAOLESALE DEALERS IN 0 Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, .; NO. W. LOKBARD ST., BALTIMORE, Jill? H. WILKENS a CO., MONUMENTAL TOtACeO. WORKS, NO. lSl W!&'l' nA'1"1' STI!!'l', W'l'IKOil!l, JU.IYUND, MANVFACTuaas oF ALt. JCIMDS o sOKIIG ARD GBIWIRG TOBACCOS. Age11ta 1 Jl, FALK, BOery, N.Y., "" BATTDI BROI., u.a N. Thb'd St., Phil&. ED. WISCHMEYER. HY. WISCHMEYER, ED. WISClDIEYER & co AND DEALERS IN LEAF, PLUG TOBACCO & CIGARS, 39 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, NKAll LoMBARD STun, BALTIMORE'_ TATE, MULLER & CO., lllmAITS. and Wholesale Deal en in MERFELD & KEMPER, PAC.KERS OF Oonneo"ti.ou..-t Seed And Wholesale Dealers in Havana and Ya.ra Tobaccos, I I 7 LornbiJrd Street. BALTI]Io(ORE. MD.-lirLiber on CoDsignmeatl. C. C .. READ & CO., OF AUSTRALIAN TWIST FARMVILLE, VA ORDERS SOLICITED. G. B .LICHTE-NBERG. A. LOW. S. M. SIMPSON. G. B. LICHTENBERG & CO., lmROrters Connecticut Seed Leaf Tobacco, SCHMIDT & HElL, MANUFACTURER OF No. 68 Congress Street, East, PETROIT, MICH. LEAF TOBACCO" FINE _CICARS, AND DEALER IN WAREHOUSE ._ f'uli o1"Vlpn, ... .....,........,_,.... Span.ish Domestic Leaf Tobacco, loldnc 'robaeco. 83 I SOUTH SECOND S'II"REET, .w.eor. ad&-Poplarsta Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA BOllVER, GRAEFF & C100K. EO. w EDWARDS. JOSEPH M. PAUEJI.SON l'aokel'l, Commission lEO. W. EDWAIDS & CO, ... N .. waoLKSALa DaALBRs IN Commission Merchants i-n LEAF TOBACCO, LIAF TOBACC-AJD CIGARS, 105 N WATER STREET. Gll North Frout. ,,. Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA.. llidr So l e agnts in the United States for the Patet Ia Leaf !or Weot Jodi<> a and Alf:r!co i!OLID TOP MouJdto aad E'JREKA Tuck-Cutter. -JOHN "VV. Manufacturer Gf the Famous aad World-Renowned BraN of rtoNE liCit ANiroliiii' mcK, Manufactory, 12th Str:eet, Lynchburg, Va. ,..., Orders reepectful1y solicited an,t prompU:r attended to. ,. BATCH&LDR EROS "PECULIAR" MAN'tl'FACT'tl'RE'I?-'3, 808 JJ[arket J. H. hNUITO.. JA&. tt. Pemberton & Penn, TOBACCO COMMISSiON MERCHANTS, 'llit!J 0 ltJnc experimce in tlu ousiness, 'lifer IMir services "to fill orders /or Leaf -a anllfactured Tobacco, l cOJA"NVlU.i!, v ... i I I I MAY. 19WESTERN ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisemen:ta Cincinnati and Detroit Advertisements. LB. HAAS. C. WELLES & 00., DL\LRBI IM arCHARDMALLAY. Henry Besuden & Bro., R.MALLAY &BR c DEALEBSIJ! CONN. SEED LEAF TO:Q.A.OOO. Dealel'l in LEAF TOBACCO, L .EAF TOB_ACCO, I Ia and 1 17 West Front St., I lfl. 163, & 16. 5 lleiween Race a11.d Elm. o_OOIDlE& OP :;.ll ll't'UET,) OINCJINlUTl 0. CINCINNATI I S. LOWENTHAL & CO., r'OF FINE CIGARS, AND :OEA.LEll.S m LEAF TO:BACCO, NO. 112, WEST THIRD STREET, CiNCINNATI, OHIO. )ACOB \V.JO:JL... AARON .KAHN .E. A. WEIL W eil, Kaha & Co., (Successors to S. LOWENTHAL & C o.) SPENCE, BROS. & CO., Manufacturers of the Celebrate& CI&iii& wrr 1M Main SL CincinnaN. 0. : Fine-Cut Chewing & Smoking Tobacco CINCINNATI. OHIO. SIMON MANDLEBAUM, Spctial. PARKER, HOLMES & CO., Manulactarel"ll of the Celebrated NERVE And other Brands of ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE AND BUFFALO ADVERTISEMENTS, Tl9:EI -BUPF.ALO 154 State B.u&'lYoaa. COlUI. D. a .Z. K. Connecticut Seed-Leaf 4c & 42 MARKF.T ST.,Hartfor4, Oenn. I WESTPHAL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, ADdDeale1'ln CONNEi:TICtrr IED LEAF Tobacco, State St Hartford. Conn. "A. L. & -F. SISSbl, Packers and Dea in OONNEOTIOUT SEED rtEAF TOBAOOO,-No. "134 STREET, Hatfford. Conn. IIORMA HUBa...utD. T. 0. JCUiQ, NORMAN HUBBAR(} & CO.! Packera aad :Bealera!n CONN'IO'l'ICU'l' SUD LIAJ' TOBACCO 245 SIIJ.IAH B'l'IUIII'l', H4KT"&'OB.D, COlQI. G. W. J'AC:Itlta AND I)L\LRR !K ._ I FmB CONIBCTICUT SBED-LBAP TOBACCO, CONNECTICUT. ESTABUSHE!J SWEETSER'S .,. PURE S,TAl'ID,ARD SN_ U -FFS,. Manufactured by SWEETSER BROTHERS,, I.O SOUTH MARKET S':fBEET, BOSTON, 111AS8.. R. A. MILLS, TOBACCO BROKER. 9eaeral Co-.lllioa Derebant,. Office In Tobacco Exchiiii!P, Shockoa Slip, BUFFA:LO N y COMMISSION MERCHANT ___ __ -.:-EXCL'tl'SIVELY for t.he Puchaae of o'l r C. & B.DORMJTUB & CD.. Dealers and COllllffiSSlOn Merchants LHP TOBACCO ftBOvVB LEAF TOIJACCO, LEAF TOBAcco, n u 27 South Second Street, 12ala3Ha.rknst..,bet..Hain&secouuts'f No. 1317 CARY STREET ST. I,OUIS, 110, I St. LOUIS, Mo. Ch.i.!:eBrandooflmportedllcorlcealwaysonband. RICHMOND, VA. L\loera!CashadvancesmadeonC ons ign m ents-" 1 Att t htW -= .,.1vcs .. pecla ., en,lon o ... rappers WAU1 BELVIN 8t, DAY, G. W. WICKS & co. ana Commission Merchants, for the Sale of LH BOY BOPKB & mnrAmBift '00" iiAI' TDBAI:CD Vllvrua, Millollfl and Keatncty 'TOD;G Go HO. 320 NOB.TII SECOND STREET, TOBACCO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ST. x ,oms, xo I 95 M St t --atn ree PB'l'!J!'I\SDVB.O, VA. (Between Fifth and Slth,) Five Brothers Tobacco Works LOUISVILLE, KY, GREEN & MEYER HIGIILANID GEM ToBAcco WoRKs. JOHN FINZER, BEN. II INZER, FRED. FINZER RUDOLPH J'INZER, NICHOLAS FINZER, John Finzer & Bros.p MANUFACTURERS OF "FIVE BROS. IAVY '' TOBACCO, h Ofliee & S&lesrcom, lQ.i &: 196 .1ACOB S'1'.1 LOVXSVXLLE, KT. F. CHRISTMAN & CO., JI..UIVFAC'!VR&RS AND JOBBERS orl Proptrictors and Manufactu-rers of "HIGHLAND GEM" AN01 OTHER GUT TOBACCOS C:orner Miao:IMippi ancl .Pearl Street.. INDIANAPOLIS, rND. 'li Cigars, Tobacco ahd Pipes, W, JIIAil'l ST., BET. FIFTH*' SIXTH, LOUISVILLE. KY.

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I MAY 12 SUTRO & OF .AND DBALEBS IX 1 LEA. 1anufactiwcn1s of' Fine AND r r temperance people, ;-.nd many a Good Templar has en., 'oyed a quiet, secludrd drunk on D r Bull's "great remedy," R. I. P. DEATH OF CHAB.LES BODMANN. '1 from coming into the hands of his creditors.-Mr. May at rsr-water street, while ndmg m a I hml avenue car, had his watch and chain, at fi3oo, stolen. LEAF TOBACCO,. KERBS & SPIESS X?PI DBAI.BilS Ill J.BU IJ -... __ BOWERY, :NEW YORK J 'I ............ _.._... I' .......... ................ .. The death of Charles Bodmann, of Cincinnati, head of the :!l.rm of Charles Bodmann & Co., proprietors 01 the largest leaf tobacco inspection warehouse in that city, occurred a few days ago. He was born at Hagers town, Md., Feb. 9, 1826, and had therefore not com pleted his iftieth year. First employedl in the drug importing house of his uncle at Baltimore, he emigrated to Cincinnati at the age of twenty and commenced that career which he has just closed with so much success. In r851 he founded the Bodmann Tobacco Warehouse, which though not at first successful, eventually made him a millionaire. Mr. Bod mann was a gentleman of culture, and spent much of his time abroad. He was interested in the cause of education, gave freely of his means, and earned the respect and cons ideration of all classes of his His loss will long be felt, not only by the trade of which he was a member but FOR SALE. l Con.esjontlena of" The rfo!Jauc11 Lenf."J Propr:le't<>r I LEAF TOBAOC. O Inspection Wareh.ouse, li'OI. 1110, 102 & 104. WJC8T II'BOl'IT ST., CJNCINNATI, OHIO. Auction Dailf. Advances moe on Ff P. CHA.LFAMT. w T .. 8-r.KVIDtSOJf. 1'1'11chm, 19eaa. & &chul:, PACK .AMD DEAURS IN wrta !CCD. 14'7 W, ST., !!f!' YORK. OAB.PLES & KUH, Importen and.Jiilanafaduftn or Ha. vana Cigars; and Dealen In L'm A,. TOD.A.CCO '16 Ka.iden La.ne, New CHARLES A. WULFF, Lit.hoga.p:her, Printer, rmd 1fan1!factll1Eir a1 NEW YORK. Between Second a.nd Third. ALL BUSINESS ATIEIDED TD WITH DESPATCH. MANUEL RIVERA; OF v .A. N'" .A. LEAF TOBACCO -'AND OIGARS, 81 .. :I'IIAJU. S"''BIIIIT, :KBW YOBX. liliAKLES S. IIAWES," PACKER & DEALER IN Cozmecticut Seed Lea.f GWCIUOI-mM ole BB.OAD 8"1'., 1r.' :a. ZELLE:XKA. MANUFACTUllER OF ALL KINDS eF 111178Lilf .lWD TOBACCO BAGS, 263 Eut 4th St., lfew Yerlr. Orden attendeol fo at the lhortelt llldco I' I STARR & BUGGJIS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS and Wholesale Dealers in Leaf Tobacco A Large Assomnent Constantly on Hand. !Clhatham St., cor. WfiUam, N. v .. AND OIC.AlR.S, 15 Ji'.AIJI';Qil\SOK ST.; BA.L'l'D,IQRE, liD. r Thlo Flavor by caslnJr with It will bring tho iuch Color 1 Haana. This is a Top Flavorh!g also for Ftllen and IM Coloring Genuine Havana FJavodng. It give to the Tobacco the Full Flavor of Havana, and 'bnnl'_ the Wrapper. to Colon, and when 8tDolte4 tt has that Sweetness and Aroma that all Havana Cigars haYe: You can tak:.e or nrdinary Tobacco, and by applying thla Flavor, as thrected, you will get the full benefit of regu Jar Havana Tobacco, Put up in Quart Bottles, as well as in Half-Gallon and Gallon Cans, PRICE--Quart Bottleo1 p 1 Hal1'-GaUon, t31 Gallon, S.-WUI eend Sampi;;i'Tobacco, as prepared by thus Flavor, to any addreaa. free of charge. OUR FAMOUS HAVANA FLAVORING-WHATIT I WILL DO. It wt11 bnng Wrappers to Lleautiful brown or dark col on, as well aame time flavor the leaf. 1 t by casing the WraPPers with it, bring-thl-. to a CtJitw, and-make them tough. the Fillers with it, gtve a fine It will make the wrappers tough, It w!ll make the tohacco burn white. It will make a Cirar hold its ash. No drofping of the ash. from the Cigar. It ia not an Alcoholic preparation, but prepared from Herbs and brought to a /cimmy 111tate:. Guaranteed not but bene cial, and only the cle-ar Havana Sle tfu ReftreneellultltiJ. We VJill no ndwt.el hut ,ereiJI tlu ztmte of our l1tiers w# do /ee_l a.t llberlJI to advertise lk1 u&rlls of qur &ust' w.ers b,uuuss. APPLltAV CIGAR MACHIN It Co. CINCINNATI, 0H10. Eacloaed find draft for two hundred dollars for which please send us im.medjately forty .-allons of ydur Havana Flavoring._ Yours, respectfully, ----. P. S.-We receivt: the above order monthly. APPL1lBV CtGAll MACHIN'It Cn. NORTH CAROLIN/u G,nt.t: Send us five gallons immediately, and quote prices for forty. Yours truly, ----. Naw YoRK C1n. APPLaav CIGAR MAcmwa Co. G1,ts ."' I have used the Flavorer especially to color some 1 had, which [could do nothing with, they being of a mottled. color. By your duections, 1 found that &11 the Leaf came to as fine colors as I ever worked tn Tqbacco and gave it a beautiful brown. I will take twenty gallons and ould not be without it ftJt. dov.ble the price: Yours tru\y, ---. We. have upon our books hundredt o(Customers, which we Wlll show to nny one who will pay us a all speak. ing in the highest of terms. It requires eithe-r in casing or applied to the filters one 1rallon for every one hundred lbs., malting the cost only one dollar and fifty centl per M more oa etpra aow used bJ the trade in seueral. Address all orden BEKSEN APPLEBY. 131 WATER S'l'REET, NEW YOB.K. ALSO, PER DAY. PRmE, t30.QO. LONG FILLERS. PRICE, t60.00. R ,.el TilliE, NO HARD HEADS. PRICE, t1.60. "WOODEN CIGAR JIIOULIDI, A.LL SIZES, SlJPERIOR llli QlTALITY, 'fO CENTS. ]. ll. SHEPPARD, MILTON, N.C. J M SHEPPARD & c D V JOt'IN m. sHEPPARD A. L_eaf Dealers, DA.J.\1 V I I J "FF, VA. JUNCBLUTH & CO., Agents, Louisville, Ky. Abl TOBACCOS -REHANDLED: PACKING GUARANTEED. J. WRIGHT & CO., tj0MMISSI01V MBB.OB:A1V"1'8 for the Sale of Manufactured Tobacco, and 0. Mc.AlVDJLIIW'S CELEBRATED LICORICE MD. I EXCBUGE, RICBMORD. V .&. LIOUORICE PASTE. SPAIISI LIIUOIIGl TiimsH LIRUOBICl TIDil UlU)BRSIG-D eGlliTPVIIS TO DIPOR'I' .A11D MAJIUII'AClTURID PU.-8PAliUH AND.TlTRKEY LIQ. lTORICIID 011' l1IIIFORJI II.UALI'l'Y Allll! GlTARA!ft'JCJCD '1'0 GIVJC SA'I'ISII'AOTIO. TO BVJCBY 'I'OBA.(l(J() JIA:rcJII'AOTlTBBR tTSJNG TBE SA.liiE HB BEII'ERS '1'0 'I'IUII VARIOlTS AJnfOlTl'rCEliiElll'l'S AT P00'1' COIIPIB:MJNG ASIIl1R.AliCE IIIII GIVJU .U '1'0 TIDil lJl'iiii'ORK Cl.tJALJ'l'T m BIUJIIJ8 AND HIS A.IIILJTY '1'0 THOSJC 11Sil'IG HIS LIQ110RICE. THIC OLD II'A.VORITJC BRA.lVD OW' iT 0, y Oa, II ALWAYS READY II'OR DELIVERY A'l' THJC IIIIORTJCST IIOTUJE1 ALSO .A.. 0. 0 p. T <> AND HU OTHER .RAIID!I 011' TlTRKUII PA.STJC, ALL OB' WHIOII ARJC GIVIliG Illi CREA.IIBD AS 7NII'l'A.IICI!ID BY THE RAPWLY GROWING D.&JIA.l'IID AND ENTIRB AIIIIEIICE 011' ClOIIPLAINTS. C. M:c.AJNDREW, 55 1lr .& TER. STR.BET. NEW YORK. R.JCIIKoJto, V """ january t. 1175 Jamea C. Me that I ba .. e to -It you tbat the manuracA.ndrew, .. New Yotk. Dear Sir: We oped: a turea in thlspartoftbecouatry,mom J have luplteadylncreaae In the demand(for your llquorlce. All pUed:J: th our brand of both Spanloh and Turkiah the manofacturen to whom we oell toatlCy aa to Ita LIQIIOl>Ca aateare .. ...,.mucb pleued with Ita ulfo11111 aad ucelleat quality. Youn, traly1 and ably .-!laat qll&llty. I remain, dear air, J. WRIGHT & CO. )Iotll 5-leh. a.na TlllldahLiqiiOike In otatlnt: thit In our cllotrict your branda of Spaalall Putehariai ... eatire aatlafactloll to all oar-rae-and Turtloh Liquorice P-ban ln .. rlablr aien ..... turera the put HUOD, the quality ha-.1"1 beea tire aatiol'acUoa tq all maaul'aeturen them exc:ellenl. We remara. dolr, ftry quality belnl'unlform and escetlent at all tlmeo. w; oheclleaUJ JOQra, I)'UNGBLt1TJllr CO. ra.ala, cloarllr, yoan truly, 8-r. Loms, Mo., .Taaaary 9 .a-,,. ]am01 C. M<> ,., .... T.IIOli. L. JOHNSON .t co. DearSb'lltlAwlthpleuuri by the community at large. 1 At a large meeting of the Tobacco Association held at the rooms of Prague; on Tuesday:. May II, for the purpose of takmg some action on the death Qf Mr. Bodmann' the following proceedings were had: Col. J. T. J oh,nson was appGinted Chairman and W. T. Hanks, Secretary. After a few appropriate remarks by the Chairman, a committee of five, consisting of Messrs. Nuelson, Phister, Wayne, Morris; and Dorman was appointed to draw up a suitable memorial for occasion. The following document was reported and adopted unanimously : MEMORIAL. "Twice already within the year, few as have been the months thereof, has the dark winged messenger Death visited the tobacco household o: Cincinnati with sudden and imperious summons, and taken hence woof its most prominent memben. In dreary winter it came to one who had reached his th _ree score and teb and was waiting on the brink of the river the to cross over. Now in the opening summer it has come to Charles Bodmann, who had arrived at the full time of ripened manhood, with. many years of busy. life and usefulness before him, and the apprehension of death as an event Jar in the shadowy future. He was the oldest warehouseman in this had been as long in the trade as the oldest dealer in it, and was person ally well known to all of us, and the growers and dealers throughout t,he vario11s districts in the country as the founder and propriitor of the leaf tobacco wa:ehouse which has so long borne his name. He was equally well known by reputation to the entire trade of the United States and 1Europe. Though a man of very large means, and under no necessity to apply himself to any occupation, he yet gave much of his time to the leaf tobiLcco trade and took especial pride i-d his house and strove always to keep it first in the tram the returps from the import duty and to the surviving brother and sister we offer ou; enttre Ge_ron tobacco figure m the Budget for r873.74 for 7 047,. tenderest sympathy. To the trade, the loss of a man of man be pa1d coo/., or 9 .55 per cent. of the total revenue (73,762,oool.) such wide Influence and such ample means to secure by the wme crop of two Deducting 5 per cent., or 347 ,ooo/,, for Custom-and tb.e to this cit;: will be severely such as 1874, and house and other we find that the net felt, and 1t wlil be a long time before h1s place will be somethrng wonld be left tobacco revenue of Great Britain to filled. In token of the high respect he was held in by to spare. The cropof 1874 1s 6,7oo,oool. The proportion per head of popula-the trade, wt: recommend that. the various warehouses smaller than those of tion, taking that population at 3 r,ooo,ooo, was abstain from sales on and that the proP.rie I866, and 1869; but 1t 1s 31s. In Italy, since the Government contors thereof, and the entire tobacco trade of Cincinnati larger. of any other ceived the happy idea of farming the r2gie to a com-and vicinity be requested to attend the funeral services year m. th1s. and pany, the yield of the tobacco tax has incr .eased from in a body, and that a copy of these resolutions be sent the quahty 1S very 72,ooo,ooo frs. to uz,ooo,()oo frs. This revenue, COII&e to his suniting relati ons." excellent .. It 1s quently, represents per. cent. of the general taxes of A Committee of three' was to make ar of more. than 1t the kingdom, which in 1 872 _73 reached 1 309 ,601, 000 rangements for the Association to attend the funeral in was m 1873-that IS 6os, frs. On the other hand, the population of Italy being a body. ooo,ooo gallons more: At z8,ooo,ooo, the amount contributed to the State would At the of the meeting the Chairman gave' some lowest ynce of be at the rate of 4 frs. per head. As for Turkey, in interesting reminiscences of the deceased. Arqong wme m this would order to arrive at an idea of the amount of revenue conothers was the following: D).lring the panic of 1857 it represent a gam of about tributed by tobacco, we must consult the Customs was almost impossible to obtain money from any source, $27o,oo9:ooo .over the crop for 1g72 -73, that say, the period immeand the least that any one could possibly get it for from of 1873 1hese are such d1ately precedmg the application oi the r(gie system the, banks was 3 percent. a month. At this time .Mr. vel)' large figures that it reThe figures given for the tobacco rf'venue for the abGve: J olinson required the of a few thousand dollars, and qUires a little etf:ort to. co!" mentioned year i;; purses or 72, 090 000 piastres, as a last resort he went to Mr. Bodmann and requested prebend, thetr full Si:mfithat is to say, 3.66 per cent ofthe whole revenue, 4 2 8 7 a Joan; he was asked what security could give, and 1 he tota l quantity ?f 442 purses or 2,143,721, 000 piastres. From thts mus invited to0callon tlte morrow with his collaterals, which wme produced m France m be deducted the cost of collection, which be put al he did. !l Mr. Bodmann looking at them. he told him 1874 was 1,J89,2I4,750 3 per cent. on lhe above sum. The revenue from to. to put hi$ documents in his pocket and he could have gallons. one can easily bacco may therefore be estimated at 6 9,s4 o,ooo piaStres, the mone.y at 1 o per cent. per annum. Mr. J oh11son grasp the 1dea of so. m_any or about T.776,oool. But Turkey at the "present day 'te. Jlaid he was never so astonished in his life, and left com gallons, so let us put 1t mto pels. the intellectual and J:iecuniary help offered to her by pletely dumbfounded. barrels. It would be and refuses the only remedy for the disease Bemg enL1rely disgusted with the p>resent climS:te in and around the leaf tobacco region,anCI saftering severely from the effect of 187+ tobacco, I, Alfons Menubbel offer to ,the fraternity and c1&ar mal\ufacturers tn ger.epl, the following accumu latlon of leaf tobacco and cigars at th e most distressing figures and more disastrous trrms: Connecticut selected wra.ppers, crop 187o. whtte vems already discernable at a distance of yards. A most desirable article "for manuring pur poses. Terms secret. S cases Oh_io selec::ted v.Tappers, crop 1871, fine colors. from a beautiful df'hcate green to a rich brilliant yellow. Now and then, an occasional superb touch of solJibre grey! intermixed with plainly visible stripes of a sort of hue, add_ s greatly to the brilliancy and lustre of thts remarkably fine piece of leaf tolbacco, Price low, conditions !ewer still. 3 cases do. very leafy but does not possess as rich an assortment of t;olors as the above named tobacco, but has the adyantage of being of a fleshier body and will therefore turn out at\ enormous amo11nt of cigars, which I have no doubt find a ready sale in place of disin fectants Caah no objection 7 cases Centennial wrappers (a newly discovered name for Pennsylvania tobacco) age unknown, pitch dark, will not shed any light eYen if soaked in 200 gallons of kerosene. Insurance Companies pay premium on this tobacco, for particulars, prices and te.;ms inquire at my office. Letters r.equiring an al)swer, must contain a three-cent stamp, an additional one will secure a case of this choice lotof tobacco. r :z cases wrappers, '7 2 c.rop of unbeard of size and body, inch in diameter. This tobacco will stand a hydraulic pressure qf pounds tQ tim square inch. I have field this tobacco at a high figute for the last two years ; I will now give some body else a chance to hold it two years longer at l!low figure I 2. cases do, excellent quality. Ithis tobacco when it was green; it has kept 1ts color admirably, bums frather black but blisters beautifully. Terms cash, or four months nolle indorsed on both !lides. 3 -cases Wisconsin wrappers, '7 ClrOp ; damaged only in the leaf; and butt perfect. Brokers will be sup plied witli samples without a deposit. A liberal discount will be allowed for cash. I case do fillers, good quality, only take 1o,ooo clear Havana Key West cigars in trade. Balance can remaid on bond and mortgage! 4 cases Connecticut wrappers, '73 crop. 'fhiS much looked for cinnamon.colored, well-perspired, silky, ibm-bodied tobacco. A little tender, but will neverthe out a gr .eat many stems I I am asking 8o cts. per pound for it, but will take more if I caq get it. 3 cases do. This tobacco is one of tb,e main causes of my timely withdrawal from the tobacco trade. It :would seem as if these three cases of leaf had been raised to hunt and worry me, make life a burden, death an abso lute necessity and blessing I I have entered this to bacco, since it has come into my possession (evidentl by trick and device) twenty-seven times as sol Twenty-seven tim'es I have experienced the unspeak able joy and pleasure of seeing it departfrom my abode down town.-Twenty-seven times it returned I every time in a more dilap1dated condition, to enjoy again and again the hospitality of my warehou$e-roof; to be fondled and tenderly handled by my cartmen to whose immense fortune it has greatly contributed; to be cursed by my ever-true and faithful porter; to be a mint, a source of revenue, tO the sampler; to be the cause of thirteen lawsuits; to be hoisted into the fifth loft (I wish it was into eternity) for the twenty-seventh time! I am open for an offer; I am even ready to accept one; but I solemnly declare, I more solemnly stake my hard earned, harder-deserved leaf tobaccolonial reputation, that if any man, no platter what kind of man he may be, after having gained possession of this tobaccoattempts-will attempt-does attempt to send' it back, I will knock him into the earlier part of next week-so that he"llnever distinctly discover the immediate c.ause of his sudden departure. My p'l.cking of '74 Connecticut consisting of case of wrappers, binders and fillers-running-, Owing to an unfortunate inspiration-malicious people will call it temporary insanity-which was greatly in creased and strengthened by a simultaneous insurrec tion of other tobacco merchants, and contrary to my cos 'tume-which was-like most all successful men-to' consider myself outrageously smart, I have been seduced to invest in this crop of tobacco to this enormous extent. Althqugl), it is reasonably to be ex pected that by this time this crop of tobacco has com menced to sweat-I have by this time commenced to cool off, considerably so! I have therefore concluded to sell my entire packing of '74Connecticut, consisting o case of wrappers and fillers which stands me 4 _c; cent alll\round and about-for more money than I paid for it in lots to suit purchasers I P. S. As I don't exactly wish to state publicly m{ intentions in regard to the sale of this tobacco, politelv invite buyers into my priwate office I ?oo,oo? of contamwh1cli IS slowly but surely eating away the vitals of the PoLICE AND REVENUE lTRMs.-Four hundred cigars mg thtrly stx gallons each; th_e. of actually threaten the were seized by Inspector McCorb on the these barrels, placed on end, stab1hty of, the emp1re. From the foregoing, schooner H. W. Fosler.-I,SSO cigars were seized by would almost reach aroen_d 1t s evtdent 1 1s gathering a tithe the United States Custom house on board the the whole earth; or the1r of what she mtght ra1se from this source, if only the steamship City of Cruz, from Hayana.,-In the C<;>ntents would fill a canal could be induced to employ the means re-United States District Court on motion of Assistant b1g P.nough to float a gunqUislte to render the tobacco excise productive. ToUnited States District Attorney Smith, 4,5oo cigar.s, .boat all the way from New bacco is at least as general an article of consumption as seized on the steamer Vera Cruz, on suspicion that an York to !rancfischo. it is in either France, Austria, England, or Italy; and attempt ba:l.been mad.e" to smuggle them by some of greater o t e yet, while! France ebtains from tobacco a revenue of the crew, were condemned by default, no claimant ap of France IS consumed m of 12,ooo,ooo of Turkish liras per annum, pearing.-On 'the roth inst, about 8 P.M., fire was dis. Her. hom!! conAustna, g,ooo,ooo, England 7,soo,ooo, and ltaly nearly covered on the top floor ot the five-story building No. sumpuon of wme last year s ;oo o,ooo, Turkey only succeeds, after a number of ex9 Bowery, occupied as a manufactory by Jacob Stemr,2o?,oo
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TB .E TOB ACVO LEAF,-:T e baQco <.1ila 111. n i.'ll.c C.o ri es. Tobacco Manufacturers. Li{!orice. :..-JOHN ANDERSON ct GO. MANUFAC.."TURERS OF THE -SOLAtB m omR TOBACCOS 114-tmd 116 LIBE:RTY STREET. NEW YORK, Beg to direct !be attention .;r the Dealers In Toi>acoo throughot the Unltev Statoo alld tho World to their SOLACE FINlCUT CBWING TOBACCO, LICORICE PASTE. \WALLIS & 00 EXTRA. Tobaeeo manufacturers and the tra.de in general ar e particularly l't!():llest..&i exami.ne ud test tho propert1es of thilil LICOIUCE, which, being now 'nought to the highest perfection, is Ull.der the above style of brand. We ere also SOLE .AGF.NTS for the b:und. t r.G.&G.O. whicb is 'being oa.ee nnciet"' the THol\1A;;: HOYT & CO., immediate iUpervuaon oi the ongloator, ...,. MR. JOHN ANDERSON, Acknowledged by cons:!lmers to be the and now st:m4ANUP.ACTYIUUL oF ALL GRADKS o F tn all respects equal to CALABRL .... OUi J llRANDS CHEWING I 4fhtt it'hot 6llfl\fiUil', ""... .t We have no Agents. Cons11mers ana 111NNY3lDE, HEARTS' DELIGHT, JU4 @!ltiUUllltt" Jobbers would do well to apFlY direct. J(ATIONAL. BRIGHT OWEN. T '0 B A C C 0 Licorice Root, selsct and ordiuary, constar>tly EXTRA CAVENDISH. HARVEST" & ,"SURPRISE" IN FOIL IVANHOE & JOLLY BOYS SMOKil\!Q. ; "'!04 aud 4-o6 Pearl St.. New York CitY. 176 & 178 f' t St Brook( ri f D THmusaoYT. 1rs. Y, JOHN F. FLAGG.: ISAA \. T SMDKINt) ToBAccos & SNUFF, OOMfZ & ARGUIMBAU. 29 & 31 SQUTH WILLIAM STRET 6 0 0 D WIN & 0 0., Licorice Paste and Sticks. MANUFACTURERS OF G. S. Fine-Cut Tobacco :.:.s. Brokers. :MISCELLA..liEOUS. A. BENRIMO, s J A coBv a co., TOBACCO BROKER, ETROPOLITAN e :B'tT:R:t.INC S::t.IP, 'Y OR.K. EliiNE BOREMSKY, TOBACCO BROKER, 143 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. JOHN CATTUS t .. TOBACCO BROKER t 7 Pearl Si:reet, NEW YORK. J. S. C.ANS &. SON, TO:SACCO. BROKERS, No. 86 WALL \. 200 Chatham Sqnare, 5 & 7 DDyer Street SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE C5LEBRJTED I CARD -WE beif to inform the trade that we are the Sole Manufacturers of the far-famed Maulla Cigars, and bving learoefi that other parties contemplate imitating them and aubstitlolting T,obacco of in ferior quality grown in this ;ounlry, therefore we caution the public not to purchase a"/ ManHa no bearintc our tratie &n the boxes. S. J COllY ._ CO. .. MAY 19. WM. DEMUTH & 001, THJI SAL A .Nn WOOD, A SPECIALTY. 501 BROADWAY. .. NE'W YOBK. WILLIAM WICD It CO., :Manufacturers, 166 to 161 COERCK IT., :N'EWYORK. PB.ICE LIST Spanish, American&. German GIGAll RIBBONS. Londreo Yellow7-8 Spanish Extra35 ydo. Broad Yellows-8 u 71 yds. ....,.. ,_ 207 & 209 WATER STREET, andPignatella. 0 M NEW YORK. De Rosa. Ferry, Jr. NEW Y'ORK. M.&YER BROTHBRS, llondrea Y ello'W 7-8 Spanish. 15 )'ds. Br-d Yello-w 5-8 72 ydo. Broad Red 5-S \ 72 ydo. .... ..... ..as = u ... za:oA TOBACCO WORKS AMD Excelsior Mills and Favorite Milia e CIGAR XANUFACTOBY. Powdered Licorice. :; (I) Gum Arabic. a Olive Oil, Tonqua Beans, = .,JJI JllA.Jil'UFCUTAcxuC:aEli.BolrWIJG AND ALL SPECIALITIES FOR TOBACCO 8Q l" IUNUFACTURERS. e I AND SMOKING Patent PowdeJiM Licorice. rOBACOO AND CIGARS, z )I Havana sixes, Cheroots, Weaver & Sterry, :asG DELANCEY STREET, (I) NEW YORK. IMPORTERS, rft llauafacb.rer ofthe followln&' Brandsef XrLLICJAC (J O Offices New York. 27 Pearl and. 126 Kaid.en Lane .I:> J ;i iPEASE & POILLOU. NEW YQRK. I Fr: ENOELBACH, G-EOR.G-E :a. 13 Sixth Ave., NEW !O!Ut 4t soLE AGENT FoR ,. TOBACCt BAGGING. J. P. IMITATION SPANISH LINEN,. LOUISIANAPEBIQUE SMOKING TOBACCC Also, Perique Tobacco in Carrottes, lUi 'WATER STREET, NEW YOR'K.. HOWARD SANGER & CO., 101S & 107 CHAMBER!!S S'I;., NEW YORK. Cigar ManufTL'Y BXBCUT.&D. "' ..as ..,. .... So .. J .Bo -41 J.6e, J.tl 95 J,oo .WILLJAJI WICKB A> CO, 1 HENRY WULSTEI'N, ....... .,......., JhFl'--' 25 Myrtle ATellue, Brooklyn. Co.utawtly OIL H&lld the Beat BaDd anol SteaD> Jlaehbaeo :for CatliJaC aDd Gralll.atlntr 'l'o .... eeo. Internal I Reven:ue Eooks. Tho OriJinal Int.ema! R .. enue Pub!isblns Ho1111e JOURCENSENJ r SOL& SUCC : &SSOR TO ISTI& .t SMITH, P. 0. B ox 5,6"7, 37 LIIIERTY ST., N. T. l!ranlling Imll and. SteJic!la a Speci<r. 0( every description at Lowest Pricea. SEND FOR l!RlCES. ..... oo.; JLUCUF ACTtll.llU Of A. HEN & c o. TOBACCO SEALING 43 .Liberty Street, opposite Post Office, :EKPo:a 'I':S:BS OF SKOEl!::aS .A:a 'I'::tC:z:.E:S, DEALERS IN TOBACCO, SECARS, SNUFFS, &c. CIGAB. I'AOTOB.'2'. FOSTER, HILSQN & CO., MAN.UFACTURE.RS OF FINE CIGARS 79 Cham. bers Street 3 OOO.RS WEST OF BROADWAY, NEW YORK. E. M. FOSTER. F.DW.A.RD HILSON. RUDOLPH WYMAN. PIONEER. TOBACCO COIPANl OF 'BROOKLYN, N. Y GZO. :a:. L YFOl!.D, Pres. J. :a:. SANDOI!.N, Sec. BUSINESS OITICES a 123 Front Street, New York; 16 CENTRAL lWHARF, BOSTON. MANUFACTURERS OF THE WELLKNOWN "D.TCHLESS," "FRUIT CAKE," rtro o. HERBST & VAN RAMDOHR, Havana and Seed Leaf TOBACCOS, 189 !"EARL STREET, NEW YORK. LIBERAL MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. And Importers olf Goms, &c. w;mam St., Xew 1rork. TINFOIL, WARRANTED PURE TIN, FOi WRAPPiNG CIGARS and. OIGAi!'I"rrS, and. LINING CIG.U :BOXES. WITTEMANN BROTHERS, 13,. Maiden Z.ane, 1'1'. '2' i!_0 TOBACCO CROWERI. TRY THill STAR TOBACCO FERTILIZER, containing large pe1' centace of t'OTASB, AWONIA IG SOLVBLE Pl!OSP:a:A'l'!, The best results obtained on TOBACCO, aDd pre ferred to Peruvian Guano Price, $55 PER TON, IN BALTiliiOHIII. Apply to LORE5TZ & RITTLEB.. CHEMICAL SUPER-PHOSPHATE .ORKS, BA:LTIMORE. TIN FOIL. .......__ JOHN CROOKE,. MA..NUPACTURER O'P FOIL AND BOTTLE GAPS, PLA:Eii AND COLOIU!l'D, I!.OLLING lrliLLS, sa cnmt aDc1. 1sa 1ss. MU'LJ!D:S.Y S'l'li.E!lTB. N!W !01!.!. :a. 'W AE.D:ROP, 203 & 205 LEWIS STREET, :DEALER IN SPANISH CEDAR P()R CIGA. R BOXES, Seasoned Stcock alway-s on hand. P. M. DINGEE & SON, Cor. SIXTH ,c:; LEWTS STBEEY'Sr Commission Merchants. SPANISH CEDAR, AND .A,LL Foreign and Domestic Woods.


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