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

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, VOL XI.--NO. 19. ----------__ ,. ____ ''*" rat1 t:' =:,.,..,..... '1\'11' 1a m ftl.lD WI" JlliLIW.Ii ot, ,_,.,, ,._ ai r.p.rwr" ia,..,.... & 11 .. r- ... ;s '. .... btpemrrof .{.6rir '"'l'IIWWIO r.IW' ,...., co. Tertne ef the PaHr: . ,.,c-.. ....... ; . ,..:.,,,., .tr .W., -'. s .ll o;.: ,. ... ,,; llllaa. ;, SU8BCI.JP1101fl 3 OII&AT BatTAJII AIID CAltAIIA 111 -fP, Luw <1. JlaDIIIJI, HAM&V.G ANI> T>a: o1 JlliWtr'a R. So110 A: Co., 55 Cedar. AVIITRIOrta are full and eshau1ttve, and '1 ... Jome from every 1 q11&rter ol rioZe where Strauss Simon, 179 Lewis llobecco 1a sold. Cig11r But, vlkr 11ntl cthtr w;.Js. U" It Is the O NLY weekly publication-eden Dlnree p, lf., .a. Son, cor Sisth and L"wiL lively devottd to tobacco. l LFor Atlwrlidr Rt11 Third p4.t",] Crr" Ribb'"' Cramer G., 8a Franklin. RUSINISS Dllm&f OJ !DVEBriSilS NEW YORK. Agnew W. & Sana, S.. and oU Fron( atreel Ahner &: Debla, >90 Pearl. Allt!ll Julian, 172 Water. Heppenheimer & Maurer," It 24 N. W1Uia.m. Wicke, Wm. &: Co., t!13t61 Goerck. Spmti',. Ciz" Ritbc Almira!! J.J., 16 Cedu. Ms11Ujtwrtrl .of Tohcco Ti11 Foil, Croeke J. ]., ,a Orooby& 163-Ait 165 Mulberry To/"'"' BarrJ.z. Howard, Sanger&: Co., tos-N'to, Cbam6era Toh.tco LllbcJt. The Lithorraphlc Co., 32 HeppeuheUPer &: .llaurer u North. Wdliam 1 ApplebJ' Helme, 133 Water. Aa-b Slmou. llll< Water. llamett S. 111 Malden Laoe Baacb a FwtteT, tS! Wa.ter Berllo..-Jull.., taS P_l!atJ. Blakeme.re, NaJo A Co., 6a Broad. Bowt1e A Frith. Barling Slip. LllbtJ ntl Tri!lliJr u--"'mheimer a M'aa'rer. u a 14 N. WUliam. W. Jbu. A., 5 Chatham. 1'obaccc &, Carrl'lllll Co .. 104 Front. Da.Boi Eareue, 7! :hgert Wm. & Co., PeuL ltii.oelhecb, F. Slllth Av J'atlt G. & Bro., 171 l"atmall & Co., 70 aad ?' llroA., II!! Front. 1. a: Co., 15.1 WateT. Hawes. t.:has. ... 119 Malden Lane .. Herbllt a: Van Ramdohr, 189 Pearl. l!lllm.,. G. W. & Co., lp Front. Hoffman Ema11el &: Soo, 149 'Vtir Katz & U>., -:19 Pearl KIDnlcut l'llomu. Broad. Koeoll & Subett, 329 Bowery. Kre:ne&bt'f'l & Oo r6o Pear\, Lachen\ml.cb & 8 ... 111., 16.1 Ufat r Lam 'ltte A. C., ntJ Lederer&: Fischel. 113 Pearl .Levin M. H., a62 Pearl. McFall & Ho.-n, 33 Murray. Mack Ale.xauderi 162 Water Maitlaud Robert L & Co., 43 Broad ... Martio & john.oa, 79 'Front Mayer Jttaepb, Soas. ua Meyer A. 0. L &: 0., 4S Bea-ver. Oatman Alva. 166 Wptet. Qppeaheimer, M. & Hrotku, :a:.sS Wate' r Ottluger llrothen Brood St. Pabae1 Ilk 170 Water., Priee Wm. M. &. Co., 119 Maidu l.a.De nla, ]. P. a Co., !l'lllroad. Read & Ce., ,. Olu Slip. Reismano, G. 179: PearL RoRnwald, &-Bro., 145 Water. SalomoQ S. 191 Pearh Sawyer' Wallace a Cu,._47 Broad. Scblnltt J. & Co., 16:1 water:. S c breeclet" &>Bon, 178 Walet'. Scll.roader & K.ocb, .,6 Pearl. Scllubart H. & Co., E ., Co.,_, BurliJli'Siip. tsaerC.H.u4Water In Co. 197 Daane. StraltOD & Storm, '9' Pearl. StroM A Reitr:eostein, 176 Froot. SutabaCher & Hofmann,II8Maldea Lame. 'Iaa" Cl!ar'" F. II: Son, F"'"*F, W. 611llroac!. Tbnmpaon Joaeyh & Co., 8 0 Front C&rl, 111 Pearl. Wusermao H. 101 Maid eo Lane WdPl. E. & Co., 19 Ikoao. Z-g H. Water. Co,.issitnJ ReJDes lkotbers It Co., 46 Ill 48 Exchaaee Place Buyer of :FIIbauil. G. 55 Broad. Toblll:co Brollor llenrlmo A. s Burling Slip E., 1"'3 Water Fillcber Cbas. E. & Bro. 13r W.atu Fiscber, Frt!4erick, 41 liroad .Ralmus M. 16q Water Xelland, P., 168 Water. Osborne, Charlet. F., 54 Broa4 Rader M. & Son" 133 ,Pearl. Shack A. u} Maiden Lane Schmitt J. r. Water Ml,;uftturlrt of Tcl>ulds. Borafeldt 1><. Y. Hulem R.1l.. F't!l<.pol, White Ma11Ufadurers of Mttal MtTUids and Sl:apn-s. T-llllcer & Lockwood, 54 Ma>den Lape Mutli Tobtm Bg Zelleob L, a6s.Eut Fourth. J>almt I111prned TohaceiJ Cutkr. KlnueyFranci S., '*' Weilt Broedw&y ) Wolateln Henry, 61 Tblni ave. "L-..Jt},.,.,' Cjzw,,t/,, Eckmeyer & Broad and 4BN....., Bds. Germua...lmertcas, cor. Broadway ud Cedar. .Rroehue Boo/Is. jourgen&en, C. 37 Liberty. Ftwn"g!f :JfJ,_ntic JJa.nl.Yrs. Sternberl'er, .M. & S. 44 Ezchaage Plac.e. Mntt/cturer Fit, Lo![ 11nd Straight Cut Cawndis/:. Peare Louis N. 71 John. Manufacturb of Shlw Ca.m. Core, 'W. H. 133 Chatham. Gi'ptnJie. 37 Maldeu Lane. Slct!W Ct"'d.t Y Lahels. Bn:is 37 Lanf'. T4 S""J'-)' Enlfi"' Wl\lde R. W. Accnt, Counlanrlt Street ALBAJIY 1f, Y, Manuftunrs 11f Tt!;aoco. Gker' A. ao .... !lullroad.ra-r. BALTDIOR.E. W .,j,,,.,. Albrecl>t J>. A, 10 c;.m...,. Boyd W.A. & Co., 33 llouth. D'el W. and Ct>., 37 Gay Guuther, L. W. 9 South Gay Ketckboff" Co.. 49 8oath Ohar! .. Kremelberg,). D. and Co. LQOfie C. 4i Co., 117 West Lombard Merleld & Kemper, 117 Lombard Parlett ll. F. & Co., 92 Lombard. Paut Wm., 17 South. SchToedor ] os. & Co .. 81 l:IChaOJre .!'lace. Starr Hu.agins, 1' Pau..-rson Tate, Muller Co., 51 South t,.,tstic Orgler S. :197X nd Greenwich. Schwlln & Suohr, 13 .Bowery lkidenherg & Oo. 84 aud 56 Reade Smith b.. A 11 Bowt!rv M. &: Cn: 92 and 94 Liberty Btralton & iitorm, neil tSo !'earl butro 4:. Newmark, 76 Park :rabel & Rohrberg, 70 Park Place. Wa..Qg1et &. Hahn, 290 &. :392 of Fin1 h.A'fiiJtlll Bondy Charles, 53 Bowery Henry J. 65 lienee 195 Pearl K.aspruwic% A. & Bro. Chamber Mon J. M. & Co. 6:1 Water Rive rd. & Garcia. 71 Maiden Lane .. llrl! ::t;.D(;J)tz, Has""&: 130, 13:1 &: 1.54 M. Lane. Importers of Hil'lllllttl Allblrall J. ]. 16 Cedar Costa j"ciuto, ,a, Pdrl Garc1a F: .167 Gonu.Ln A. 167 W .ter Kdly Horace lt.. "tJo. 1 7& Pe<'trl M.1t11111..ia 1-' &l,;o. '" .t'earl .!Ja.cual E BrotHer.. Co. Water )Joaalski 1 Guerra. 83 WH11am. Mq_ra, J. M. & Co., 62 Water. Rivera Manuel, 71 1ah .. n Laae butOmou M. & .o'Wiau1en l...a.D Vega & BerGDeisn, J.i7 Pearl V eaa, .Martioca "-.Urow. l9C PMI't. ". e11 & Co. I)! hit@ Wllt:< friedman&: Freloe, 103 Pearl w.,,. .l!.lle-:-.t Kaevpoel, uo .l'wttrt. '\ -..r V .Martina &.,. (.;o, M l:e4&r Dmestit Lf ToDIICCQ, Bellluden Henn & Bro 161-16! Pearl Kallar Ricb Ill Brother, us W"tt Eroot, /Naln-s m 8panih and c:igar Leaf TD6tutfd. &.-lea d c-.. Grawe Y.----.. c c DE)'KQU-',,Xtek. M"""f..q., .. ,., if c,..,.,.r '""S""'4n.r B&Tl!e K. C. fo Co. 111: ?6 Jtffenop ave. fuker, Holm08 & Co., ,57 Jlfenoa lmjorler1 llf Havana and P11cli#n t1/ Set8 Ltf Toel'(le. Lichtenberg &: Co 68 Congress st. East S..Aig Tbacto. 'W. T. It Co EV.A.IJiiVILLE, I.od. 7'i1Hiccll C-tnn'lffissiOif. MorriS C. ] /11. Co, I' .A.IUIVJLLE, Y A. Mallufactureii 8f T'lilill. Read c. A Co. < .; JI.A.BTFOBD, Co..,.., ,II&Url 4WJ Duzftrl, Bamea & Jerome, tJ6 Stale. Btsb<>p,J Ill Sons, Market. H10bbu N. & Co., t45 Sta.te Lee Geo., lltale. London & Bidwell, ni"and....& 8tate. Pease H. I: Z. K ...,&,._ llartet Salomon& DeLeeuw, 6 .A.ylum Sbepbard lt Fullet, Stale. 1 Sisson A. L. & F., liaia. Welles 0. & C.., H llt2te. Weotp.,.l Wm., ull llt&te. Smi Ullf Imprcfion. Hurlbutt B. F: so State HOPIUJfSVILLE, lt7 Tobac Br.Ws. Cluk, M. H. & Bro. Ind. '!f FiN-Cut Clm.ving n : Smold11g Tolxt.cttJ. Christman 1: Co., cor. M.ioslfl'lippl and Pe..-1. JA:NESVILLE. Wu. Packer znd JJZliir r:n Sel LMf. Feodrldt FtaDcil. 1 LAlfOA.STJlB, Pa. .Dealer in -Laf Ttilnuco. Schoberlll, C.-G. Smy\)Je F. W. & Co., 30North johll, LOUDIVILLil,lh. Plug ManMfruu.rn Finzer J. &: :Bros., t9f-J.96 Jacob. Manuf{J(/unrs ol Fi11e-Cut CIIIWinr arrd Smoltitt![ Tobtuet,. Robinson Manufacturina Company. Tohacco Wmminio Mutluztl. Wlcb G. W. jl; Co., Main. Tlxt.c in all iimlt 'of MllnMjatture4 hpcrttd and D cmwic Clgrs Green A Mejer, Joa West Main.. D(alerth, H. C. :NEWABX'-X. J. Campbell, Lane IJ; Co., 484 JSroad. JfEW XILFORD, Ct. Ptultrr '" To/JM.u. Scboverliog, William KEW La. T"'tt(} o,,;,;,,. A-llrtUfltl. K.rem.elbera, Schaefer and Co., 23 Caronclolet. PADUCAH, :&1. BrOR4r. Clark, M. H. & l!ro. PHil. ADELPHIA.. 1'olutectJ Bambfl.rger L. Oo 3 No.rtk Water. Bremer Lewis, Som, 321 !eorth Third. Daley James &lterf Fiu ,.,.,.,_, -Walter B WESTFIELD, lfae l'lwr LH.1 T ..... lhll!4:luulln Joba C. Vaa DnnoC.It.. &: S... &Ia t lo-bucs NEW YOILK. WEDNESDAY, JUNE a4, 1875 IBVERTISEIEITS SEND .5VBSCRIPTICIIII8 TO 11B.O... & CO., J.IVBILPOOI.. --Shillings Per Annum, Post Free, to all part of the Un _ited Kin&dom. POSTAG& POIITAGE FOR "THE LEAP'" BE PAID TO 118 WITH THE 8UBIKJiliPTJI PRICE, PAPII:R WILL JrO':t BE SEJii!l' OR THE 8IX KOIITH!I, Otm FOR '1975. Increase the Revenue from the Weed to F .ORTY the Tax PERMANENTLY at CBl\TTS per Poupd Uniform on Tobacco and Snuff and. FJVE per oe Cigars. -1 !f Congress desires to protect an foster the tobacco industry, from which an immeRse revenue is annually derived, it wi!l, at its n ext st:ss ion, grant the follow.ing me.asure,; of relief: I. The abolition of the unnecessar.y and annoying caution-iabel; or, in other words., the abolitl.un of tile requirement compelling the names of to appear on pac. kages, whether, _on the caution-label, by stencil-plate, brand, or otherwise. For all the purposes of the revenue officers, the State, revenue district, factory number, and Collector's are sufficient to enable them to witl_l unerring .accuracy and dispatch, an irregular packar,e of tobacco, snuff, or cigars, directly to the manufacturer. To demaud, in addition to these evidences, that manufacturers' names shall be printed or branded on is not only to cause unnecessary labor and. annoy:mce, but also-what is indefinitely worse-to oblige dealers to gt:atuitously advertjse all over the world the name of every manu facturer whose goods they may happen to sell. II. The establishment of an export bonded-}varehouse ip the city of New IlL The reduction of the ,tax on snuff to twenty-four cts per pound instead thirty-two, as at placing it on the same fooung as other preparations of tobacco. The omission. to make thii reduction wheq the' dniform rate of twenty cents was adopted for manufactured to bacco generally, was an oversight which Congress, as act of simplt: justice to those intere:;ted il'! snuff, should hasten to remedy. IV. fhe refunding of the tax tD those holders of manufactured and smoking tobacco, who were comp' ellc.l to pay it a second time on th'! passage of th e present stamp law, in order to their goods on the market, and the issuing of free co those who have paid the tax under the old system of collection, who still hold the goods, hoping against hope justice will finally be done them. V. Tl1e abolition of the cigar-makers' bond. ,This bond requirement ceased to have either justification or utility when the cigar-tax became payable in advanr.e by stamps; it reflects discreditably and unjustly on an honorable and influential trade; it compels responsible and self-reliant tradesmen to solicit from friends and acquaintances favors for which it is humilating to ask, and which, in the nature of things, are seldom or never cheerfully granted ; it prevenlS, 'in many instances, pure and humble workmen from becoming u seful pro prietors, and is therefore the cause of _whatever illicit production is to their accou. nt; it enables Collectors of reven ue to" frequently extract money from manufacturers ior making 'out new boqd-papers under the plea of a necessitj for <;hanging, or ;e newing bonds; andJ hnally-, 1t does not exiSt m the exc1se r regulations of any other country, and ought never to have found a place in those of the United Stat. es. VL Permission to leaf tobacco dealers to sell at retaiJ.I.from original oack_ages, to licensed tuyers with-out restrictions. THE WORS; -BRUTE YKT.-A man hanged himsel' in Paris in the pre:ience of hia wife, who was unab!e.to move or cry fqr jssistance and who was obliged to witness the horri ying sight of his death strugiles. FRED'K DeBARY co., 41 & 43 WARREN STREET, NEW YORK. SOLE ACNTS FOR THE SALE OF THE PR.DTCIPB DB GALES .CICJAR.Sp' )(an.W.ctmed ll.t the KEY WEST BRANCH of the telebrated EJ de Gales }ofanufactory of Huam. AND IMPORTERS OF HAVANA CICAIIS. of' & lEY WEST AIDIIPOBTED OIGARS, 118 Ged&r St., (P. O:Box 4S15.) mew York. E (Succeuors to :R()BEifl" E. KELLY & CO.,) lin portGtS of lla:trana, To ba,cco and Cigars, $ole Agents the Ur 8. of the B ''" FICARo.n 178 PEARL STREET :::;::& ... IMPORTERS AND PACKERS OF L .BAP TOB&Cco. 149 Water Street:. N e\V' York. r.JOSEPH Ill. unv.!Al'f. EMA.NtJEL ROJI'll'MAN. G. W. BILLMAN& 'CO., t. COmSSION IERCIANTS IN !ANUF.I.OTURED TOBACCO, SO FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, PL'tl'G and Sl!QitlNG TOBACCOS, from Virginia and North Carolina Factoties. IA:V'Alfl .. . ... CAUTION! We hereby notify All parties who on our Trade { w Acq\lir.ed under M1e Laws of .tho United that they wrn bw prosecuted by Law, Ofll.oe, 65 Pine St. OC'l'OBEJl S. 1 flU. A BJtAVE DEED l It seems to us tha. t the press has given Secretary Bristow scant credit for his recent energetic raid agaitjst the Whisky Ring and the corrupt Is of the Revenue Bureau. When all the Circumsta nces are taken into consideration-when it is remembered that so well-laid were the plans of the Ring that the Commissioner of Internal Revenue himself. scarcely su.spected their existence-it must be acknowledged that t?e of the displayed a wisdom, a sagacity and a fearlessness. of political consequences that mu s t challenge the admiratiun and respect of evety c,itizen o f tbe republic w)!o l,opgs for her deliverance from the thraldom of official corrupti on .that now op presses ht:r. An ordinary official of the type too common at Washingt part of the Commissioner could explain away. Repulsed in a quarter where he had right to expect aid in his quest, he was forced to insthute an irldependent inquiry and to set detectives to watCh the men whose business it was to collect the tax. on whisky. How wise a step this proved to be, is now matter of history. In the very Bureau of Internal Revenue itse)f, the found men who receiv ing money to nl'g'ect the duties they had sworn to perform, -and the prvblem Quir custodiet o.ustodes?-"Whr> shall have custody of the custodialllS ?"-pressed for im.: mediate solution. These traitors in the camp have now been removed and it may coniidently be expected'" that a large increase in the collections from the whisky tax will result. For this relief we are indebted solely to one man-the Secretary of the Treasury, who !:ad he been one whit less zealous in the performance of duty w,ould never have diswvered what it was the interest o so many to cover up. Ail honor to an official who, in an era of corruption and ne:;:lect, has set an example that can n.ot be too generally followe>l_! All honor t6 a man loyal enongh to his country and himself to disregard the personal odium and political disfavor .that must attach to any one fearlessly d:scharging an unpopular duty! It is easy to say that Mr. Bristow simply fulfilled a ttust he had in .the most solemn manner un dertaken to execute, but when this: high standard of officia! performance is applied O!"dinary mode in which official duties are fulfilied, it will be seen that the -blow which the Secretary dealt at the \Wrong-doers, rose high above the loftiest qol)ceptions the who kindly serve themselves-and their country-in positions of public trust It will also be seen that the tobacco trade is more than ind. ir<;ctly interested in Mr. Bristow's g< o 1 work In insuring a large addition to the revenue from whisky,. he hss at the same time made it more to. I I

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2 :reduce the absurdly high 1mpost now upon t lle weed. In our crusade for sixteen cents untform on all manu(actures of tobacco--includmg snuff-and five dollars on cigars per M, he bas unwtttingly rendered us invaluable :r.ssistance. The lara;e rece1pts from whisky and tobacco wh1ch will accrue from the recent mcrease in the rate, and the more thorough collection of the uvenue that wtll now ensue, will be the strongest argu 'Cllent we can us'e why> more l.beral counc1ls should pre vailm Congress. And now is the time for the forma bon of an orgamzat10n that shall take advantage of thts exceptional cnsis in our affaus Let the trade of all sections unite h'l!rmon i ously to press oar reasonable de the representatives of the natiOn at thetr next session, and tbe h a1pptest results can not but be o btained. By a noble official deed--by an heroic act of ur market, and in 'large It surely does take longer to haul it ltfl.an any short crop we ever knew. A TERRIBLE Do you know who I am?" asked a policeman of a fellow whom he llad seized by the throat. "Not exactly, s1r; but I fancy you are the mal.ignant collarer." A Fox WARBLING ABOUT ToBACCo -There is in Paris hich has been taught to play on the ptano. It pt.ys "Ay ChiqUita" and "Ja'i du oon tabca dans ma tabaticre." CLOSING AT 3 O'CLOCK, P. M.-A large proportion .ooeTbomas Connors, an engineer in Lorillard's tobacco factory' lD J erser City, tell mto a of )l'at wafer the oth r day, ua was saverely, and perhaps fatf,lly calat D .1 1ewer reJections. Receipts-of new are more hberal but tmg this fact wtth another reported fact, namely, tl\at lhould be obta111ed for t!>em at Gnt l::ud, aa thcoe rd'er 1n moot Instances ohan, Carroll & Co., IOO cases mfu, 15 tbreeqtr most of it is being held for higher prices than could be buyers, in some instances, conceiVe they can do better te old crops which ban beeA held acarly a year; and the profit on bxs do; 2o hlf bxs do, 20 third bxs do, ro qtr bxs do, obt3ined on the present market. The total offenngsfor at the West, or m the Southwest than m New York, we which muat uturallJ iDclu4e tile capil&l an-n no caddtes do; C. E. Lee, ro cases smkg, 2 the week were 442 hhds and rr8 l:.oxes. fi d 1 expect even in the cue of acw cropa, to ell them fi>r the pmc bxs mfd, :Z4 kegs do, :z8 caddies do; Martm & Johnson, n ourse ves puz ; Ied. Perhaps "'Tts distance lend& pricca aa are obtsilled on a ..we Mn. Of cuurae enry rcaale muat be I87 cases smkg, II do mfd, :z third bxs do, M. M. Welz CLARKSVILLE, TENN., Yune 14.-Messrs. M. H. enchantment to tlle view." A Louisvllle let er recetved ac an adnncc, -d therefore Clle price obcainablc lay W ..-.will Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report -Our a day or two ago by a City firm says, "The weather for alwa.ra be aomewhat lowe man our CJuotabooa. hofer, I case mfd, 1 r,do sml Ronning Lob... .. ..... a qtr bxs do J D Kellly Jr rs cases three qtr -, n COillmon ugs, 7-.::? 74c; goo w o e tate an average crop has been planted. There common ... @3 Nw Y..-.<.st .. t ..... cro p and 1873 b d J' H Th ''& C "' rd 1 lugs, common leaf, medium leaf, has been replanting m parucular secllons, say Clarks Hodlum..... .... Runol11g Lob......... 9 @n xs o ; os. ompson o., 10 cases m,. 6o h f r / r/ d 1 f. @ r / fin ville and Western dt'strtct." .. ........ .. ... .. ... 7 c, bxs do; A. Hen & Co., 43 cases smkg; J. W. Carroll, goo ea' IS I';l}:zc; e leaf, "" D & A B db S selectiOns, :z2@24c; fancy selections, 25@ 2 7c. The M-ssrs. Sawyet, W ailace & Co. report.-rr'st-. ,Jiolectlona ....... .... ., >5 oreogn-87"'"' 90 I,4oo, en etm, 7 do, P. temhart, :z do, J. t b d II. h' "" rr ,. cuttmg lugo ....... ,. @ HavaD&FU. Com ,.,.. R S d M H' h d G ,., H II & C o acco crop IS omg we m t IS secuon, the stand is Leaf pas CQbtl'!_ued sales n.Qrted bemg do do loaf ... @JO do Good do oo wezey, 3 o; 1rsc 5 o; .,. 1 man o. 11 d d I 8 hhd f h .. h.. fi ... ad W'uter" do Fme do 1 lll@l 2li cases mfd, S. Lazarus & Co' 69 do; H. K. Thurber unusua y goo an It ts growmg off well. Complaints omy 30 s, o w iC or export1 14 to ._Jobbers Commo11 to goJOd luge 10 @1 "o S c1t.us..... .,. @ 75 & C d from the country have ceased. and1 42 to mao tures s 1 R a1 &mmo11le:Lf........... ,3 @ Cut.... .. ..... S" as o, ro o, March, Price & Co., 10 bxs do, Belcher, eve a "'7 g 1 e s es ave lleclum leaf...... .. s 11 Cut........ ..... o@t s Park & Co., so h:f bxs do; James M Ganiiner & Co., EVANSVILLE, INn' :June rg.-Messrs. C. J. Morris been kept privat' and we 11 the (o fur $ood ............... @ .lt""'"tur ..tdlnBoad Tu:Kcto. d & C T b C M h the month tiJ be dQJib1e Jtilathasbeell f1110. ..... .......... '9 fiu p....,C'h'u" 65 thir bxs do; E. DuBots, r6 caddies do; order, 2 o., o acco omllltSston ere ants, report :-Our h h r Solecuo111.... .. ..... .. u @ ;;-_ .xcun. .... 70 hhds, 2 cases smkg. market presents no new feature thts week except a we at er as contmued,...avorable or s tung t e c;rop, ,.,,_ .. .. "" "" 1 d and th-"'1'1' J.... fim'"'ed ..... (.. rapper, dark r Ftne ............... 43 @65 BY THE BALTU40U INLAND LINE-M. Falk, I2 s Ight ecrme the la.st two days, caused by some of our ., ""' "" .. do. bright.... o o lloduua ...... :lfi @2S k bbl buyers who were filhng {. rei d 'thd fi lsbree't 2d w"""'t ; iJd weet, 'tb week. tt:eavy SMppar Leaf... ,1 Good 30 @40 cases 11m g ; I snuff; Robmson, Lord & Co, 17 o gn or ers WI rawmg rom Ja,nuary. __ 4s7 454 594 s6s 2 100 CommootofOod ,. 6 cases smkg; N. Wtse, 7 do; Allen & Co., 3 do; P. breaks. We have qad rain every day thts week and no Febr a 5 8 8 8 Lup, rood ......... ;0'/5 Light PreMed be taf;O Engelbach, 4 do, 3 bbls do, c E. Lee, 1 7 pkgs, 3 boxs, doubt planting is nearly completed. Weather contmues U ry._ 9 402 4 4 315 r, 00 do common ...... ,.. "'n 1 I...,.ndl FiD 30 "" 1 W h M h Bmoken, rood l .... -r"' .. ,_ Henry Welsh 8 k b rd H K very coo e ea of earthn uakes all around U", but arc ---357 373 446 451 223 I,Sso eom. TJtr!!19 Ke41um ................. 2a @28 I cases sm g, 20 xs m", "-,. AnriL----177 sSr 642 8n / BrownandGroolllBh o Common ............... @2t mfd; 'Veiss, Eller & Keepod, 3 pkgs, I bx mfd, we have no doubt escaped from fact that Chicago r Medlum&lldiiDered "@s NaeyPovmu-FIDo ... 3 @..0 b & C gave us the snake a h rt t' h May. -:.--477 302 33 7 r, 4 I7 667 3 200 Com.tomed spatl!lloid to Naey HalJ' Poooft300 do; Groundlear ........... L 6 BY NoRTH RIVER BOATS-Order, 213 hhds. 133 hhds; to date, 2,209 hhds: same tlme last year, Croton water therefrom. He was ,aken up by Detective frpm New Orleans, 440 do; last year, :a,jso do; from CoASTWISE .FROM NEw ORLEANs-Order, 76 hhds. 8,or6 hhds. The ojfenngs were very poor thts week Mrphy, and commttted lo a cc;ll Ia the Pnnce Street Vugtma, 2,943 do; last year, 4,548; total this year, c ... ,87 and ,875. Q:'r!f.foomdi-Fine BALTIM0RE, June rg.-Messrs Ed. Wtschrneyer & and our market a marked weakness and trregu: iPO tee statiOn. do; last year, 47,198 do. Sales this month, 925 T Uers ............ 9 0.:.n,;;.;to.,; edlum .. : 19 @2 2 Co, Tobacco CommJsston Merchants, report :-We larJty, developmg a declme of to 2c, but wherever hhd"'' exports 6.6 d At N 0 1 R seconds .. @s = nd u 22 28 h t t th L if 'T' k r the dechne was as much as rc the btds were r ct d FIRE IN A CIGAR MANUFACTORY -Shortly before "5Cven o'clock a few eve9ings since, a fire broke out on tile top floor of the five story bnck bu1ldmg Nos. u6, J: 17 and r r8 South Street, occup1ed by Stiphen H. Bass ford, cigar manufacturer. 'Damages to stock $3oo. The tirst floor was occupted by Lawrence Ennis as a clotlling store. Damages by water $zoo. The building whick i s owned by William Ocdterdouk was damaged to the extent of f, r,ooo THE CouRSE OF TRADE -The report,s of our l.'aducah :.and New Orleans correspondents, received la5t week .11.f ter the article under the headmg here used was written, enable us t o add those importantmarkets to the:: ohst.embraced m our The rec ei pts at Paducah to the elose of May were 4 853 hogshead s agamst 7,336 for the same tlme il'l I874 The sales were 5 321 hhds, t o 7,836 last year. The stock on hand June I ; sold and was 893 hhds Th receipts at New Orleans to June roth were 2,169 hhds, in I874 to same date, r2,3o4. The expcnts from January I 1875, to June roth w e re '1:,5I9 hhds irtA NEW FLAV O RING PREPARATION FOR TOB ACCO. Mr. W. Brinckerhoff, th e well kn o wn 1m porter of drugs otis, gums, seeds, etc and agent for the Diamond Drug Mllls, of No. 47 Cedar Street, thts city, offers through our columns to the tobacco trade of the country, and especially to toba,cco manuracturers, hts new PATENT CoMPOUND for flavoring chewmg and smoking tobaccos Th1s article was patented February 23, r875, and is sa1d tt o be composed of a combmatton of chotce flavormg -matenals, and when properly apphed renders, 1t IS cla1med, eli ewing tobacc() mtld mucilaginous. It also strengthens and gives elaslicity to to bacco, prevents the accumulation of "shorts, and facJ!. itates the drymg process by preventing the absorptiOn ..of-moisture. Where this powdered compound of flavors has been used in connection with tobacco it is reported .to have given satlsfacuon "' 3, 9 o. ew r eans.-ece1pts C ommon wrappen .. o s ,,.,a nave no c ange o repor m e .. o"acco mar et 10r eje e from Januarv I to June 6 875 hhd t G ood Wrappers .. ...... 35 8@ s OhiO tobacco been awarded last Thursday, J tffle I 7, area planted as compared With former years. what goes abroad, where, however, the most of 1t IS FliiPrs ..... .......... 1 s Cheroot s n d Slxe a 11 C O @ I S ou r875 Messrs. Beninger Brothers, will have the purchas. LOUISVILLE' Jum 19 -Mr. Wm. J Lewers, Ruonmg L ots .. 9 @-873 Crop Bcolcb "' Luodytoot 81>@ -90 M I d b d th r D h k I d h ee ere was an tmprove emand 10r seed Fllers 7 @ 8 common .. .. --65 aryan to acco reqmre lS season 10r the wants of urmg t e wee JUSt c o se we ave had the finest leaf last week the sales reaching r,8z9 cas es aga m s t Runmng Lots .. ... uK LAineneau GenUem&n -01 0 France, in all about 6,500 hhds, comp osed of 3 5oo hhds weather posstble for tobacco plantmg, throughout this h k S e lect1ons 1 5 @2 0 teonce u,.,.,cy M 1 d d S I f r ,soo cases t e wee prevw us. For bbth home tratle W'mnszn Crop ,8,. A o s ......... -1 8 Ohio and 3,ooo hhds ary and tobacco The contract an a JOining p enty o ram m tije early part of and e xport there was m ore mq\IJr y and the market Run m n g L ots .. 8 @a "G 0.. 460111 .,.,., .. for V 1 rg1hla tobacco has. so f a r not be e n awarded. the week for a goo l ong plantmg season, and warm all the better for the chan.ge, shght as the cqange W raoper s .. ...... .... s s .. ..,,_ G 4llu !b cues 28!> Pnces remam firm for all descnpllons and we cloud y weat her smce, with light rams m some sections as fact. Th d 11 k h EXPORT QUOTATIONS. : ; c & A : mIlls "ct.. .. .. I d h k M I d dId bt 'f th w m e n<:w seco s Wl soon ma e t e1r apCon.utzcvt ass -Crop 7a G & F .. quotatlons :-mporte t IS wee :ary an 5 46, an ou 1 pre ever \vas a more promtsmg prospearance, and tf destrable they should make also liveh e r WrappeYs .. ...... 10 u Wallis E x .OOII>a. net.. 2 9 Oh10 I92, total, 7 38 hhds. ExpGrted p e r bark A 1 racas pect; the parts of our State m e n t iOned m my last as d h 'l h l W Runrun g Lots 9 @ 1o hJ C yCa" .. 2 8 fli r tra e w 1 e t ey ast. e have seen an East Hartford c ... &-MassCrop and B7a ''i'nurrla'' .. to Rotterdam I ,ooo hhds tobacco. su ermg 10r ram has now had plenty for awhile, and letter which s ays the fr o st of the I I 4th mst palf September. Rece1pts r829 cases d1v1dmg as follows -Connecticut, cro.p oi SxvrLLE-Banng Brothers & Co Bo cases hconce Less shipments (Maryland and Oh10), very hght th1s week, shtpmenU:s larger than any week 1873, 20o cases fillers and seconds at 7@rsc.; do do paste; Jas. C. McAndrew, r6 cases do, 3 bags powdered smce Jan. 1, r875 ---.......... 8,r74 hhds for a long time. It will take but a short lime to dispose 54 cases wrappers at 30@4oc: Massachu"Setts, crop of licorice; Weaver & Sterry, r ,r8o bales licence root. -----of our stocks of unso ld from 115.rst hands, though the de-I873, 175 cases on pnvate terms; do do so cases TRIESTE-Weaver & Sterry, 34 bales laurelleavJ s, 20 Leaving stock in warehouses---------2I,656 hhds clme m pnces may keep some of 1t off the market for a runmng, at Io@uc i Pennsylvama, crop of r873, 25o casks gum. Manufactured Tobacco-Trade in this ,branch moves wh1Ie; the common grade s now selhng are m the sweat cases wrappers at rs@35c; do crop of 1872 and r87J, HAVANA-F Miranda & Co 1 10 7 bales tobacco; along w1thout any feature of espec1al note, except firm -and in bad condltl o n mo8tly, looking their very worst 95 fillers, at crop of r87 3 1 8 0 cases Palmer & Scov!lle, 77 do ; M & E. Salomon, 32 do, ness m pnces. Received per 'Baltimore aad Oh1o Rail Prices are lower than last report on every JUnnmg, at ro@r 1c; W1sconsm, crop of I873, ISO cases Jacm to Costa, roo do, G. Fernandez, 6o do, A c. road for Danville, 6o caddies, 225 bxs, ro qtr bxs 34 thmg but substantial and useful tobaccos, whtch hold wrappers, roc, do do 575 cases running, at Gonzales, 217 do ; H R. Kelly & Co, 1 7 0 do; J cases, and from Lynchburgh, 125 caddtes, ros bxs, 20 full up, and are scarce. Sweet old tobaccos are also firm PoLICE AND R EVENUE ITEMs.In the Court of sundnes, roo cases at 8@rsc. Rodnquez FuentP.s, I r8 do; Wet! & Co., 12 do; A. A. hlf bxs, per Rtchmond steamers, 555 pkgs, Norfolk and the infenor grades of old are doing better than they "Geqeral Sesswns James Qu1 gley pleaded gutlty to an in Spamslz-Thlil demand for Havana tobacco contmues Martmez, ro do, G. W Faber, r7 ca5es cigars; Passteamer,., 40 pkgs. dtd last week. Sales for week, etc. to date: <{ictment chargmg h1m wllh stealing, on the 5th of May, fair, and sales are reported to the number of 550 bales, cual, Brother & Co., 8 do; M & E. Salomon, r do, -CHICAGO, :June r 9 -Mr. Henry H. Adams, To Month. Year .a bale of tobacco valued at $6o, the property ofWtlliam mostly new, at o8. We note also, the sale of Purdy & Ntcholas, 27 do; F. de Bary & Co., 4 do ; J. bacco and Cigar Manufacturers' reports: I Farmers .. ------------76 371 3,076 Houghland. He was sentenced to the State Prison for 150 bales of Yara, I and II cut, on pnvate terms. W!lh B. Casablanca, 2 do; Chas. F. Bauer & Co., 3 do; Ru. have heard of a man who haEl been told a certam story Kentucky Assoctatlon.- 4 r 167 1,542 &our years and stx months -Patrick Hanley, who was our reduced supply of Havana tobacco, as compared b1ra & Co., 5 do, Renauld, Francois & Co., I do; H. so many ttmes, that the mere mention of its title in his Planters_------ ---67 251 2,614 jo1ptly mdicted with John Hughes, was tned upon a wtth what we had at th1s llme last year, and the vear be R. Kelly & Co., r do; L. & E. Wertheimer, 5 do; How presence would throw h1m into fits As the readers of Exchange.-----3 2 132 r ,o96 charge of breakmg mto the saloon of George McGovern, fore, it is not surprismg that the demand is uiuformly ard Ives, 59 do; Commercial Warehouse Co., r do; THE ToBACCO LEAF, are also readers of many other Loutsvtlle.----------70 376 2,784 No. 741 Th1rd Avenue, on the night of the 8th of May. good. Setdenberg & C", r do; E Spmgarn & Co., 2 do, F. commercial JOUrnals, I have fears that they, hke the Ninth __ ----------104 296 53,437 They stole worth of, cigars, two bottles of brandy Manufactund-Busmess m th1s department has been Garcia, S do; A. S Rosenbaum & Co, 12 do; Carl person mentwned above, may become to 'fit&" Pickett. ___ "'---8o 393 s,ro5' and two towels. Nearly the whole of the stolen pro-of the usual character throughout the week. Moderate U pmann, r do; A. Falkenstein, 3 do, Park & Tt!ford, 40 of some sort 1f other wnters and myself contmue to preBoone.-----------2 9 133 r ,48r ?erty was found m the house of the parents of Hanley, sales :ue announced both for export and consumptiOn do, Jacm to 3 do, Acker, Merrall & Condit, 6r do, face reports w1th the same story or affirmation each JUSt above the saloon. When 1t was nOised abroad m at well sus tamed pnces, the latter clause signifying only W. H Thomas & Brother, 39 do, M & E Salomon, ro time. To prevent so sad a calamity I w1ll commence t:he neighborhood that the burglary had been commttted that limtted transact10ns have not yet succeeded ln bags tobacco. thts report m the n.1ddle and thus cover up the fact and Hanley informed the complamant that a man named securing concess10ns. If concesstons were posstble proEXPORTS. prevent the dtsease by omittmg to say that trade zs :iHughesleft the c1gars m hts room early in the morning bably more could be done for home t=ade, though pnces, From the port of New York to foreign ports for the quiet. If the reader should possibly tmagme that 1 t fact was brought out that Hanley had served a after all, are neither relatiVely nor comparatively hiah. week endmg June 22, were as follows: was my mtent10n to repeat the remark, I beg leave to '1:etm m the State Pnson for larceny A verdict ofgutlty The foreign demand, and notably that of 1 s cases say that the kmd of to wh1ch I allude remmds was rendered. H t s Honor sent h t m to the State Pnson probably at present more by home supphes and ,ASPINWAL L_:'zz7 bales, 7 632 lbs mfd one who experiences 1t, of the pos1t1on of a man who for five years.-John Wilson of 367 Madtson Street, and home demand thar.. by the pnces here. Aux CAYES-5o bales. '( has performed a faithful and somewhat pwfitable day's a companion secreted themselves m the cigar store of The exports from N e w York m were 4sr 4rr BELIZE-j hhds, I bale, 2,3I2 lb s mfd. work and has made up h1s mmd to take a rest and "let V 1cento Lopez, at 214 Pearl Street, last Saturday evening pounds and 4 boxes, against 483,492 pounds m BREMEN-20 hhds, 74 cases. the wide world wag as it w11l" The reader must not lb efore the house was cl 6sed. They began thetr depreas f ollows. BRISTOL-18 hhds 1 mag ine that the above definition of qutetness, does TotaL___ ..... 499 z,rrg zr,r35 Last Year---------I1I99 3,964 38,827 Of the sales this week 367 hhds were original new, 58 hhds new reviews, 8 hhds ongmal old, 66 hhds old re views. For year, ro, 404 hhd:s ongtnal new, r,us bhds new reviews, 4,8u hhds origmal old, 4,795 hhds old reviews. FromJuly ISt, r874, to the close of our to bacco year Oct. 3 Ist, 1874, we numbered 30,000 hhds fh1s year we may possii bly number 7,ooe hhds m the same time, if w e do several thousand of them will be resales. Our quotatiOns for: merchantable tobaccos, to-day a re a s f o llows datlons by breakmg open a drawer containing 36 boxes Aspmwall.. _.... 35,734 La Guavra_ ... ... s,59 r Cur..ACOA-IJ bal es, 27, 769 lbs mfd. J by an y means md1cate drowsmess o r sleep, because if of; cigars, valued a t $36o, and 2,ooo of other brands, Antwerp ...... ___ .. 12, 7 8 6 L1ve rpooL -----_71,91 I G ENOA-504 hhds. he d o es he may ere long fin d out to hts sorrow, tha t Rzck v a lued at $45o. Officer Mulvey a rrested Wilson as he Behze....... . 325 London.-.......... 54 6or GLASGOW-12 hhds. the supposed sleeper has all of the ttme be e n wtd e a-F r ozen. Nondfescnpt. H e a v y. Co/ ory lWas qmttmg the store. He was commttted at the Tombs Black R1v er, J a 765 Montev1deo ____ .... 6;474 HAMBURG-zo cases wake; and thts w1ll be particularly true if the sleeper" Lugs.---@ 6Ji 6 Ji@ 7 8 @ ro 1to@I4 _yesterday.-The 11e1zure was reported a few days ago Barbadoes.. 3,6oo Mtrog"ne ........ 125 JAC!IIEL-2 hheis, 72 bales. IS a manufacturer. It will be found that the :oleeper" Com l eaf. 6 Ji @ 7 7@ 8 ro@ I3 I4@ 1 7 ey Inspectors Judd and Cockburn of 6,o o o cigars and Bermuda ... __ 6,233 Montego Bay. ____ 2 6 0 KIN GSTON, JA.-r,oo5 lbs mfd. has lnot only been wide awake, but has been "watchmg Good leaf. -7 9 8 @ ro 13@15 I7 @I9 3,ooo packages of CJgare t ttes, concermng wh1ch a morn Bremen .. __ .. . r 38o Melbourne. _______ 8 4 055 LA GUAYnA-Z1394 lbs mfd the watcher"-wattmg for a chance to sttck his "stnnng Fme leaL-' --10 @ I4 1 s @r8 19@22 paper observes -Thts last contnbuuon to the Buenos Ayres Io5 Port-au Prince ..... 1 299 LIVERPOOL-I35 hhds, 27,568lbs mfd. poe" mto the watcher's nbs, m the way of an advance Ex do leaf. 1 4 @ r7 r8@z5 ..Se1zure Department of tthe Custom House was made Callao ............. 4,463 Port Ehzabeth-_ 1 425 LoN!ioN-8{ hhds, 23 case,, rS 886 lbs mfd,. m pnces. An operatton of thts kmd has been attempted Sold one hhd cutting leaf tlus week (new crop) at .from the steamship C tty Olf Vera Ctuz of the Havana Cuidad Bolivar .... 5,557 Porto Cabello and La-MANTANZAs-8,8r3 lbs mfd dunng the p
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I I' B ll _:.._ T 0 B A.<' (l 0 L ll AlP rll 1 d t lugs, to@Tt; common WOrking lugs, @to; pcxi coetrac:ted in the ei &t1oUt gold-in four b p 1 1 in 1 s, .ao@II; fine workin& u@u; uLra per a figure for th1s grade F om t be made and sworn to.: lugs, u@r4 ; common 6mo1ting U@ISl Remachos, Que.dps de Gu1aes J.l4tl"ar w J. Are_you alone? Or if by any of good smoking l8@2o; fine smoking lugs, 25@30; have already advised that.nacco sold by hu!' over th_at amount. D.lring the absence of the committee, Mr. Spaid 119 West Front Street, OincinnatL. make a large aad good crop. The transac.tions were and Sttzps-Bright descriptions of the former are scarce The consequence 1s that the retail m leaf to-announced that the following gentlemen had been selec.539-t 1_,195 hhds, 333 trcs, and 3 b;>xes. I contmu_e Quota-and bring high rates; in the latter a better demand has bacco_has been forced whol!y out o{ and ted to act as pall-bearers !lt the. burial of the deceased, _t10ns :-Dark. common to medium manufactunng lugs: been experienced. Ma' yland and Ohio have been here IS the the JOUrneymen c1gar-makers viz. : _FOR ; GAdS SIDID 1812 AND Ul'f3, 7, good lugs to common leaf, Io@uc, operated in to a limited extent only; fine light Jots much favor a_ change m th1s respect. Formerly thousands of R. J. Usher, Joseph Peterson, Isaac Caldwell, Captain medium to leaf, 12@15; fine leaf, extra, wanted. Cavendish ..bas been taken. only sparingly, people m t_he ':ountry made a comforta?le living by McPherson, L. L. Warren, G. Spratt, James Clark, 19@22}'; fillers, common, 10@12, medium, 1 3@ prices continue steady. manufactunng c1gars m a small way, buytng from fifty Thomas L. Barrett, Theodore Schwartz, Aaron Pen-This lot CASES FINE WRAPPERS ; 33 CASES LUI" BIN:J?ERS; BALANCE FJLLER8-aod comprisoa beat Crops ra 'sedhrrq was -11 o.dapted for Ci&'ar Manufacturing. lSi good to fine, 16@2o; extra, common to one hundred pounds of tobacco at a time, and worknington, James Speed -and Wm. M. Wilson. bright smokers, 13@rs; medium, 16@:ro i good, NEW RULES FOJl. OCEAN PAS ing it up at home. _These men, who generally kept The committee made the following report, which 3o; to extra, 35@4o; wrappers, common, I5@2o; tobacco stores 10 the poorer of cities,. or u nanimously adopted: F. FENDRICH & CO., medmm, good, 35@5o; fine, 5?; extra, 8o SENGEB.S. m c;>untry towns, were compe lled either to quit the In the sudden and painful announcement of the death @7oo; shtppmg lugs, 9, medtum to good leaf, busmess entuely or to become JOUrneymen since it was of F. S. J. Ronald we can but recognize the inscrutable 533-545 .JANESVILLE. WIS. u@x6; fine, I7@19i extra, As many tobacco tradesmen are visiting and returnbeyond their power to buy leaf by the hogsbead or bale. will of God. Mr. Ronald had for such a long series of HAVANA l 0 T T ER y 0 f ing from foreign countries all the time, the following full 1 d th h' r 1 d 1 d 'ST. LOUIS, 7une 16.-"r. J. E. Haynee, Dealer f h C l r It is c a1me _at. t IS 1eature ot the law has the ten-years been promment y an mtlmate y connecte w1th .u text o t e new ustoms ru es 10r ocean passengers f d f L 'II 11 h in Leaf Tobacco, reports::Received 907 hhds, agamst may be found useful to them, as well as others:-dency o stnp.PII_Ig the country of !radesthe tobacco tra e o OUISVI e, as we_ !IS Wit many Carman Coverriment Lotteries. 767 the previous week. There has been no speculative Every passenger arriving at a!!y port of the United and up Is. conother responsible positions of businessJiie, that his best BRUNS WICK & HAM BURG. and scarcely any shiJ>ping demand since our'last. Local States from a foreign port is required to make a brief trary to the spmt of IDStltUtlOns. It IS I? teneulogy is the good opinion ot: those amqng whom be One Pme in Avera&'< on two !ickets. Prizes cashed and Information riv.,.. manufacturers and those having orders to fill have been but comprehensive and truthful statement of the num-ded to change the law m this respect, very matenally, has lived so long; therefore, W.t.CHDIA.NN co. Baaan the only buyers. Common Jugs and poor leaf obtained ber of his or her trunks, bags, ;ltd other pieces of bagB. Beck, .of Kentucky, has been Resolved, By .th e To1 ba1ccoBoahr.d odf Trhade odf dLoui1sP.O.Bon C!<>l 15&77NassauStreet. ,... lower bids, and although a large number of these bids gage, of the contents ot each, and of the artiCles upon 10 lOT ten years, tnough he declined a. reville, That we smcere y ament IS eat an eep y BAVUA cmii&S ANI SWPl Were reJ'ected, enough were accepted to establish a deh' h eleet10n last fal.l, and who has, dunng all that_ t 1 me, feel his loss. That whether as tobacco factor, sheriff, 1s or er person. For convemence and uniformity d th k f h I b k ffi h 1 cline in prices. The course of the market was steady such statement mast be made on the annexed blank, e e WGlr mg o t e nlernal Revenue laws h1s par-postmaster, an o cer, or m t e more pnvate re auons and firm for good leaf, both manufacturing and ehipping, designated "Passenger's baggage declaration.'' tlcular study,, has been to draft an amend-of liw, lae always manifested an integrity ofpurpose and vntil yesterday, when it continued so except for bright To avoid detention in landing, such statement should ment. In _Ius w;th the. of the of will admired by all who knew him, and in all wrappers on which buve1rs and sellers were apart. be carefully prepared before arrival, so as to be movement m th1s cuy, Mr. Beck ha!\ mumated what his varied business intercourse he sustained the wellColory fillers have advailced, and Monday and yester-promptly delivered to the revenue officer upon demand. nature of the amendments which he material earned character of an "honest man.'' k f day brought very full prices. Planting is progressing The following information will aid in the preparation of Will be, a1_1d Hon. Erastus Wells, of St. LouiS,_ con.ljesolved, Thatdt}tis Boahrd, a1s a sfllghbt mar o respect favorably as a general thing throughout our State, but the declaration: sented to mtroduce them. In the first p11ce, 1t IS to to his memory, a JOUfii t e sa es o to acco to morrow from some sections there are reportli of damage to the 1 Baggage not Which comprise-the folurged. that tobacco grower s b! allowed to pack their June 9, and in a attend his fu. neral, plants from grasshoppers and cut worms. Sales from lowing classeii :-crop m packages of weanng the usual badge o_f mournmg. Thursday to Yesterday inclusive 272 hhds : at "I.40', A "w I ct 1 h I h' LESS T.HAN A H_o,GSHEAD OR A BALli:, -Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with the amily .-. eanng app!Lre m a ua use, t at ts, c ot mg d 11 I at o4.8o; 3 at s-20@5.8o; ro at 6@6 .8o; 26 at 7@7.9o; made up for the passenger's own wear, in reasonable an also to 1n quantities _of not over one hundred in their bereavement. --o---We are the SOLI AGEN'!'S. m NEW YOn: FORI ALL :HAYAH,A CUniNIS AND SCRAP& that are made in the renowned factOries of 1 EL iiamOIPE DE GALEII. (V. Mutinez Ybor a. Co. I AND 1. B.O&A ESPAXOLA., csetdenberr a. Co..b Weat, ud the same are receive boo packed according to the regalatioosgovemlng 6 at 6@6.7o; 6 at 7@7.so; I6 at 8@8.9o; 9 at 9@9.907 specially mentioned new wearing apparel in excess of 10 .large or small as. they can pay for, cease, the Pittsburgh Gazette of June xs, says, "The FOREIGN DtJTIEii ON TOBACCO. 13 at xo@r o.75: 8 at n@rr.75 i II at I 2 @12i 1 at that in general use, excessive amounts of jewelry, extra &ell thetr ctg_ar& at wholesale or retail, as they may have death of this well known citizeB has brought sadness I32Si 3 at 3 at' 1515-2 5; t at r8; I at watches, articles ofvertu, all presents, piece and an opportumty, but make full monthly reports to the and a sense ofl9ss to a very wide circle of sorrowing 19.2 5; I at 2 2.2 s; I at 23; I at 36, and 8 boxes at 4-90 all articles purchased for other persons ; in short, all collectors of what raw material they purchased, and from friends. Cut down in the very prime of life, and by an @Io. 9 hhds were passed, and bids were rejected on articles not essential to the personal comfort and conwhom, and have ant! sold. The. illness so brief that many of. his most intimate. friends 27 hhds at an9. I box at We quote: venience o( the traveler. amount of tax Wlllm be_ reduced com-had not time to be aware of it-it is hard even yet Inferior and light weight hhds lugs, factory (ireat care should be taken to make a full and accuto the proposed tariff duty! In the hope of to realize that he is gone. On Thursday, May 20, he lugs, 7@7so; 7 5i common dark le_af, rate return, and to examine t.i.e certificate which the stimulating manufacture and mcreasmg the reveue. was at his place of business as usual, but feeling unwell 9@Io.so; medium shtppmg leaf, rr@r2.5o; good shtppassenger is required te sign. planters fully agreed these amend;nen_ts, and went home before noon, little suspecting he would ping do, I3-so@xs.oo; medium manufacturing do, 12@ The columns headed "Appraisement" are not to be Will assemble 10 force at the openmg of never come back; but the fatal disease prostrated him I4 i manufacturing do, r 5@1 7 ; medium bright filled by the passenger, but left blank.. Congress to press therr adoptlon." immediately, and after a week of intense suffering his wrappmg leaf, 2o. oo@3o .. oo; good do do, The senior member of a family, if sufficiently ac' spirit took its flight to a better world. Having lost his fine do do, 55@8o. quainted with the contents of the baggage of the whole THE PLANTERS' ToBACCo W AR.EHOUSE.-Personally father by death, he was only 12 yea.rs old,he was FOREIGN. party to make a sworn statement of the same, will be we have not yet had an opportunity to see the new early thrown upon b1s own Without money, Ja Autria, Fnmce, Ital)' and Spain, the tobeccocommarcelo by fiO'fttlltlleJQ, nnder dlrectiOII of I Rqie. In G-.ny tho -' icaDleaftobacco 11 thaleri too lbo. ln Belglum.thelmPI'Ot ia,reckoi>eO -after deductlag '5 per cent. for tare. Tbe duty Is '1J fit. no .. o cen(1"I'Old)per 100 Kllop:ammes {100 American lbe. eqnal kiloa.) .It!> Holland the duty is cento, gold, per 100 klloa, (.So American pouiMliobeln 1 equal to 111111101.) In R.uula tlle duty on leaf tobacco iJ 4' roubles...., topeka per pad; on amoklng tobacco o6 rou. 40cop. per pad, aDd oa c:lpila 1 roo. 20 cop. per pud. The u r.lild" ls ecaaaJ. to abOut s6 Ameckan Ia .I T11rkey the duty is so cents, ao d. per Amerlcanouocea. COPE'S TOBACCO PLANT.....;A lfONTBLY JOURNAl. tor -otero. Pabll.rhed &i No. 10 Lord Nel.oon -t, Lt ... land. wMre suboorlptlono m11 be odlreaaed,or lo \be'IOIWlCOLJu.7 better lots, that these chooice parcels f..m all be taken Any fraud on the part. of the _assengers, any con-are finished in handsome str.Ie, with toilet and him in death, to had been the fnen 1'1118T PAGE BATES up before baDd and but fe'W of them may come UBOn the cealment.of or secretmg of art1cles in the trunks, facilities on every floor, after the manner ot first class and many a story c;>f his.kmdly help was tol bes.t_de b1 QNE SQ oVl!:R TWO wmE COLll'Jil'IS, -' b lk f h ffi h b r h h ol!IE 'YEAR '185-ue 1 market this season. the u o crop we etc., o t e person, or attempt to bnbe a hotels. The senior partner, Mr. James S. Phelps, co n. Among t e usmess men o t Cities TWO IIQ.U.ut.Ktl, OVER TWO coLmors. 0 olh .. can merely repeat our _as already expressed ; officer', r-ender baggage liable to detent1on and moved to Louisvill from 1Ue, Christian was and as the soul honor and m-ona TWO wmi OOLUDS. 3 0 ..J.! b namely, that only a part .,f tt w1U reach the &tandard o and sullject the owner to other legal County, Ky., in x86r, and built theLouisville Tobacco tegrity. H1s. was verr w1de, for by bfs 4Sb .,. .. the las\ year's leaf, while tthe remainder from its being pen:rlt1es. 1 Warehouse, which was then considered the best wareunaffected fnendhness he made fnends every where. 117 NO A.DVERTISEliiE!I'l'!J CJl'l THIS PA.&III TAJUL.tardido will even fall short of this; From CM. .Any against revenue officers in the dishouse in the West, and which he OWlag_ed Hljl 1807, On.th<: his fu1_1eral great-numbers. of hi.s have received in all some 500 bales, which were at once charge of Wieu !)lUSt to the Collector doin& the second largest business io the city. GW1 after friendsTHIRD PAGE JLATU. shipped for Germany. Jud..ing from these samples we o. f the Port, who will promntly mve.t...,te all cliar .. 1h: ....... 8 years' experience, h "a ..... :1t' itihaf l1 wu a April n, 1S'Ia; I r ._, 4 .....

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" THOS. CARROLL. J-EX. FORMAN. M. J. DOliAN. fiB AN, CARROLL-. I co:, w=;x-w.o!;,M. JICKE fc. CO., :....._ JlARTIN II; JOHNSON, MANUFACTURERS OF T9 -FBONT STREE'l', BULKLEY MOORE. & co. .. .BQZB& ... '.WALL&TREE'l'A!IooLr1sLIP, 1 1 1\WOJ!nN "Yomr. V 'IRGINIA ...... -ur........ T b c "" h t Tobacco Commisaien Kerchante : I '155; 157, 159 & 161 St., 0 acco omm'lSSlOn .&.V.&.erc an s, I AGENTS FOR TIIE SALE OF ALL '1'HE Merchants, 10{ FR,ONT STREET, NEW YORK. ,. -. .. .. _, A ents for the well known and J:eliable Mawfacturers : .. PlJL P..l\0!.' W. J. Y A:RBROUGH & SONS,' -"roR.Plt\ BRO .; J. H : .GREANER, r J. -GRANT & t H. FRA YSER &: co'., R. W. OLifER, T. W. PEMBERTON, JOHN R. PACE & CO., JOHN W. CARROLL, and othErs. Al'llik: Agents : fer the Original CABLE COIL, BONNE BOUCHE, 5s, Single and Double Thick. A16Q Agertta for the Celebrated JACK & BROWN DICK SMOKINQ TOBACCO. Larr;eStocks or r.'lanufactured T cbacco of every" description, Suitable for the Home and for Foreign Marl<;ets, ke12t constantly on hand. BOWNE & FRITH, 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK, 'Tobacco Com.m.lsslon Merchants Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands ofj)moking Tobacoo: Boney Jlee, llarly 'Dew, Prairie 'I[Sioelom, lle4 lllver, Powhattan, EnteTPrlH, Ol,c! Eentuok, 011! Los CVAA, Blip, Planter.' Cholce. Pioaeer of'tba Weat, IBamly 8oath. -Braud, B'011eyDew. J ,leo !:tole for tho Un1ted St&teo for l. 1'. ILl o1r: 00.'8 GOLD FLAXR. c. r. LtKos. c c. HA.MfLTON'. 5 -M..\RC03:) .... on-LEAP ToBAcco INSPECTION TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED; gi-tel:l for every case, and dellwere"d case by case, as to number of fl. B.-WE ALSO SAIIIPL E IN MERCHANTS' OWN STORES. F. c; LINDE tc CO., '!ll'fCIPA.L OFFICE-14.2 Water Street. and 182 &o 186 Pearl St. BEHOlJiiE8-142 Water, 1'7 3 Front, 74., '76 olk; '78 Greeawieh Streeto, and 1, 2, ,.. 8 Hudaon River RaU Road Depot, 8t. Johns Park. u CHARLE. S FINKE, J. Me J. BENSEL & C0.1 lBACCO I-NSPECTOR, TO.BACCO INSPECTION, 255 WATER STREET, 127 & 129 WATER :N"e"""' 'York,, CER'riFICA.TE8 18SlJED A.ND CASES DE-.-cnVN'I!B.Y PROJIIPTLY AT LIVEREDSINGLYORJ.l'ILOTS. TENDEDTO. 1 1 1-AI'U. A:t.lJ .1 !11-<.,!:> FObhRT L. MAITL:Rro erate it; its construction 1s of the mostsubstantial k i nd11 sJo., to wear and diffi c u l t to dl9order. Price of machine 'com plete,with (bnx xao incb.es), 8'210 net cash. OFll'lCE: J41 WEST BROAD' WAY, :NeW' York. N. 'n.-The attenti o:l ml.oat:\cturers of.Cigarette aad and all Fancy Tobaccos, S traight Cats, Lear, etc., l"tc i'i p:!rticularly ca!led to thili m:1chine. APPLEBY & HELME, MANUFACTURERS OF THE ROAD -MILLS oboy Snuff, French Rappee Snuff, American Gent. Snuff, Scotch L u Lundy Foot Snuff-. ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOWING BRU."DS OF PURE viRGINIA SMOKING TOBAGCO. Viz: Rail lload, Our Choice. Colorado, Pride of Henry County, Black Tom. Also 133 Water and 85 Pine S'\8., 1\T. Y. J, CILU. APLLEBY, Fer Price IJat Address Or lpplf IS above, GEO. W. HELJIIJ!:, J 76 Front Street, HEW TOlE. .M. H. LEVIN, Qvz co., TBB CDNSDLIDATBD TOBACCO CO. OP CALIPOBNI!, TOBACCO PAGTORS, I I'ACT .. o. Natiooo JOS. H THOMPSON. PAOL CAL .-I. Harvest Queen, xs, P P'+ :Duke 'sDurha-. 1 Dandy uou. J s H Thomfson I. Co Choice, )is, P. p ... Faucett's Durlt.ant. 0 1 lX. t Part-icalar attention given to putting up special brands for use ownerL Ill !Elm &o1e Aae:u:ta 1or 83 Front St., N.Y. E. T. -PILKINTON l a CO.'S CELEBRATED ''lmm(l DToumu(l" ''PHDDIJl17B 11Tf' ro nn uFarmer'sCboice,"aod u 1111 Jill SKOKINC 'I'O::B.6.CCOS. U"PRICE LI.8TS PUR.NISHED OJ!I' APPLICATION. EDWARD M. WRIGHT & CO. General Commission 35t Broad Street, HENRY \ W'ULSTEIN, succasso TO llorgfeldt tv D'egb:g.ee, PATENT ;TOBACCO MACJDmY, t 25 Myrtle Avenue, BROOKLYN ..., qn Hand the Best Improved Rand and Steam :Machines for aad Granulating Tobacco. KATZ & CO., DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF ALL K1NDS OJ' Leaf' Tebacco, 179 PEARL STRE ET, e ApRts for the toll owing wellkuown and iuatly cea.. brated Manufacturers of Virginia To6acco: C. A JACKSON & CO.; D. B TENNENT II CO. RKUBEN RAGLAND; WILLIAM LONG; H. 0. HOBSON; Pe .. nbur.-. Sole Areuts Cor C. A. JACKSON II CO'S Cell bratacl Brandl. -= I DEKELBDG li co., 16o PEARL ST. NEw YoRl J. 1\l. ElWC!ILSEiG a; CO., BALTIMORE, DEKEIJ3DG, 'SCR.A!P'D .t CO., NEW ORLEANS, LA DEDL!EiG CO. LouiSVILLE, K v. mtBAm. \ REYNES BROTHERS & CO., COMMIS:SION. MERCHANTS '145 A 48 llzcll.auge 1-lace. BLAKEMORE, MAYO & co.; GEIERIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,_ 82 .BROAD STREET,\ NBWY6ltK. NEW YORK P. O. BQX aiS4. NEW YORK. JAMES M. UARDINEK. CHARLES Jl.. CoNNOLLY. WALTER f'RtEOIIAII FREISE, r IM:PORTERS OF )James lYI. GC!rdiner cS: BAVAN.A TOBACCO 'l'obacco Merchants, S4 Front street, Ne-w York. 203 Pearl Street, NE'W YORK. RECEIYlNG DJREC,T FROM. VIRGINIA CONSIGNMENTS OF MANUFAC-' TURED' TOBAC CO EXPORT ORDERS F O R PLUG TOBACCO .-CBAS. F TAG SOB. PROMPTLY FII,LED. a; M. PRICE &. CO. CARL LEAF TOBACG.(J, MAIDEN LANE, hEJI!!M, NEW .YORK. : 178 p:m.,w.. S'l'Um, .' P, O. BO:X:,IB989. NBW YORK FOX, DILLS & CO., IKPOE.'I'lCE.S' OF SP.A.NISB .A.N:C PACKERS OF SEED LEAf TOBACCOS, j 175 Water Street, New York. ESTAJ;ILD5IIED 1822. "COPENHAGEN SNUFF," VEGA, MARTINEZ&. BRO'S, IMPORTERS OF Importers of SPANISH and Dealers i n all kinds of LEAF TOBACCO, 184 Front Street, c li'BW '2'0B.K. G. RE:ISMAJ\TR, Commission Merchant, AND DKA:t.ER llC ALL IClNDS OW LEAF TOBACCO, 17S Pea;-1 Straa\.-Bet. & Cedar, -NEW YORK. KOENIG. & SUBERT, Man.Uactured only by WEYMAN & BROTHER, Secured hv 'tetters Patent, December flJ, 1865. An our copyright will be rlgoroWIIJ' pros HAVANA TOBACCO DEALER' s IN ALL K INDS OF A'D LEAF & HAVANA CICARS, TO::S.A.CCOS, J90 PEABL STBEET, New York. J'AOI1\T'l'6' OOSTA, IMPuRTER OF Havana Tobacco; and SOLE AGENT for the rand of Clprs, LA MAJA.GUA, ll'o. 183 Pearl Street, CornerofOedar, NEW YOllK.. FELIX CARCIA, IMPORTER OF HAVANA LEAf. t (f'ROM T GVTJ!.RREZ). AND CIGARS ALS O OF THE WELL Io.:"NOWN Mayufacturers of RAPPn, CONGRI
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' I JUNE 23. ..... JlCOB MANVFACTTaU. W CIGAR BOXES, tc SC VILLE, 0:1' SPAI'n:SH AND J OBBERS IN ALL KINDS OF ... CIIRODER cl: DO 178 WATE. R STREET, NEW YORK. SUPERIOR. MAKE AND Prime Ouallty of CEDAR WOOD, No. 170 .Water 8tre.et; New York. AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC ... 293, 295 1: 297 Monroe St., NEW YORK. WM. EGGERT & co: IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND DEALERS IN SIBD LI&P TUBACCO, 171 PEARLand 78 PINE STS., DW YORK. Audl-"enof Vuelta-Abajo Tobacco, 811 W A.TER ST., NEW YORK. M. 'W IRDIL a BRO., WEISS, EtLER & KA!fPEL, IMPORTERS OF AND DEALER IN PEARL STREET, N:EW YORK U. S. Solid Gi[ar lloold. Our Mould! are paranteed to be more DURABLE, and at lea&t 'P41r celllt. Cheaper thaa. any Other M o11.ld sold.. I Oflloe and Salesroom, No. I 31 Waterstreet. I PRENTIGE'S .I.Q!hl! Tb.ese Moulds are used io makiDg the Finest Brands of Havana Cigars. and acknowledaeursel onqua. -&DS, 'fKRWILLJGKR. & LlJCKWBOD, And aU other Materials for F1atoring used by Manufac.illrer:;, finest MAKUP'ACTUitSRS AND PaOPR(&'I'ORS, EsaeD.tial Oils, 54 YORit W H. &; Co., BATJEl\ & BllO .. .STRAIroN.& STORM. OF CIGARS, 'AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, tl78 &.!so-PEARL STEJ.UT, NEW YOIUt. KANT.I F ACTU:RI!.R. OF CIGAR. 'BOXJ:;S, AND IMPORTER OF GERM&R CIGAR MOUIIDS JOHN S RAITON. ....... A sroRM. 1 !MANUFACTURERS OF A I. B. BORGPBLDT,, -=== == cr OB:ENUtrc:lt ca., 1114 r. :somn:r,xum KanufactURK CIGARS AND DEALEJi.S IN LEAF BOWERY, NEW. YORK WM. .A:GlJEW a. J MANUFAC1URER O F t1 CIGAR.IYJOULDS, Pat.ntee of Closed Head Mnlds, -Pate1t1t of fhe Slnclt Spring or (Jacoby) Moulda. co ORDERS TAKEN AT THE DALB1 IN A Cigar-Mol!ltd Presses, StrapS:. an(J Cutters, 263 SOUT.H STREET,. N. Y. ,TfirGERMAN AlWERICAH BANK, BROADWAY, cor. of C::edar St., NEW 'lURK. 'lobaoco and" Oomm,ission Merohaata !'ACTOR" HARLEM R. R, FREIGHT B'DlLDING, WDITE STREE'l.1 }i\oor a 9, (ad Door from Elm Stret't' ; ott MESSRS. S. JACOBY & CO., Office No. >OO 9hathm Sq>me. l'f.fW YORK Cauital. -$2,000,000. EVERY FACILITY AFFORDED TO D E<\LEiRS AND CORRESPONDENTS CONSISTENT WITII SOUND BANKING. S1&4. and Sl88 Front NE-, YOBK 8AU .At.r. D:wa:JLtzui::. tear .Tobaeco Export and 1om Ira Leaf' Tobacco baled Ill any 'packap lv ic prs and 1Jni6m. tmd 11Z,!tmltd in a ppVlJid styit. EsliiiJakl gif/18--WI'I'r!MANN :Bll.OTIIDS, LEAF TOBACCO, PINE iiViNACisns, 101 Maiden Lane, New York. 158 Cha'mbers St. No. 86 v W ._.._,.. -,.....--.---f Frischen, :R.oess & Schulz, NEw YORK SPENCER BROS. & co., PACKERS AND DEALERS IN szo AV!IaBAcm, LI!F TOBACCO, LW TOBACCO LeafT;b;cco, G8J181'al C:ommi""'on llerdwl ..._ 147 'WA'rlat. S'r., 138 4c. Water Strttt., SUFFIELD, CT. NEW YORK. H. SPENCER, 0 C. SPENCER A. SPENCER. LIDII\IR A FISCBIL. NEW YORK, R. ZELLENKA, SillliOll' SALOllt!Olr, MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF DEALERS IN Importer of -d Dealer in lliUSLIN A:ND Lll\'EN Seed Lea.C TOBACCO BAGS, 263 Eaat -lth St., liew Yerk. Orders \)rorr: pdY attenOOr..mraLAKD. 'NEW YOK. JOS. lfiYER'S SOBS, 'IX 0 L, WARAANTED RURE TIN, J .ll. SHEPPA&D.Mu.To.,N.C. JOHN M. SHEPPARD tc CO., J. ll. SHEPPA.JlD Ill Oo. DANVILU, VA. : sm LW iiiYBi !OJACCO, SEED LEAF TOBACOO, 811 1UD1!1Uf' IuUr'B, fL lro. 8 .1/tC..tTIUU/' LAlrB, STAIIlB. -""tl!;}'"'"' ... YO.a ..... '":""_ NEW YOR11 .AND eal D.A.l.\1 v I I TeWI, ,... .a:. .IUNGIILUTH & CO., Asenta, Louisville, Ky. Loaf --l .. 11\c ALL TOBACCOS REHANDLED ; PACKING GUARANTEED. I.U 'W' ..t2'.B'. New York. WITTElWIII I TIDI, L3V Meidea ,..!'

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8 Stabler, Sm.lth Bzt011. A KDecJd, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF TOBACCo ,-,. ..tncl BanuftuJturers of GAd DeGler in Cigsrs. 225 RACE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. STEWART MARKS, RALPH & Manufacturers ef Ralph's Scotch Snuff, ANIJ FINE: CIGARS, .. I N'o.11S &IJ:I-. w,en a....t.. .Jam .. P. Maru, AIOUDder Ralph. Jjuu W. Wooclilde, Samuel A. TEI,I.ER Commission Merahants, and Wholesale Dealers in Porelaln and Domestic Leil.f' Tobacco, ., U7 North 'Third Street, Philadelphia. -..1VOOD1VA.RD1 QA.R.RB'P'P & 00.,. 1lii!CCD, CIGAR AID &llll4L CUIIISSION 18lio. Water St. and 32 No. Delaware Av., Philadelphia. l!l'o; 143 First Avenue, Pittsburgh. L. BAIIBERGER & 00., LEAF I And Manufacturers of all Orades of Cigars, .. Bo. 3 _1\T. Water st., Philadelphia, Pa. M. E. McDOWELL & TOBACCO W GDilli CODISSIBN IIBWHS, -. 9 North Water St., hUadetphia, Pa. Agents for the' sale of all Manufactured and Leaf Tobaccos .B lEWIS :SONS, Whc>lesale Dealers ia "LEAF" AND" XANUFACTlm.ED TOBACCO NO. aa NORTH THIRD &-T.REET, 8' A large assortment of all kinds of LEAF ToBACCO constantly oo band. PACKEKS AND' WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LEAF lUI I. WATER. IT., PIULA.DELPJIIA, 41> 18 SOU'I:'B IEOOl'iD ST., ST. LoWIS. W. EISENLOH:R, S. W. CLARK. PHIL. BONN. ;ta. NEW DEPARTURE 'b 'Y ...... JAMES DALEY tc CO.-, ORTBE.&ST OORlfER TB1RD .&liD RACE STREETS. pHIJ.rnELPBIA All kind. of Leaf Tobacco Be-elected. ud Re-packed in cases, ranging from 30 to 70 pounds, at the Lewe Market Price, ....,an teed actual weirbt aq,d free1rom :&ost-blttea, uncurlrden foe small cuea receive prompt attention. DOHAN & _TAIT,T,, .-. rJIIIIIIII .... l.. A. GEO. p, \!MVIIOitZAtBBRLAKE H. H. CLARK BRO., CASEY, TIIIEIUIE I CO., ::E"'rqpr:l.ei"or .. Morr:t. LBAP TOBAooo LEAF JOBACCO BROKERS Inspection :Wj.rehou5e, 508, 100, 41> 10 WEST II'B.OlfT 8T,, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Auction Sales Dally. Advances made on Conlicnmenta. F. P. CHALJI'ANT. w. T ... 8TEVENIOJI. 126 Vine CINCINNATI. OHTQ DAYTON, OHIO. THOS, H. CUALl!IERS, 51 B.,.,kaaan St., w. Y. Agettt for ibe Sale o f Machines and Extns_ where Cutters wnt find a st_ock supplies always ou band. ST. 'L01JIS, L01JISVILLE .&.ND B1JFFALO ADVERTISEMENTS. IJ:ID:EI Le.af. Connecticut Seed-Leaf 40 & 42 MARKET ST.,HaJ:tfbrd, Cenn. WESTPHAL, COIDDSSIOX And 1leeler "' coauamc t lEU LlAF Tobacco, State It .... lbrUord. Colm. A.' L. a: F. SISSU, ; I Packers aad Dealera in OONNEOTICUT SEED f.EAF -r.OBACCO, ,No; I34 STREET, *-181 Hartford, Conn. 111 .. qRKAA.KN & Packers and Dealers in comu:OTIOll"r SUD LED T 'OBACCO, ao&s STATII. 8TaJIBI!l', HARTFORD, OONl'f. ACaa AND D8JU.Et ZM FilE CONIECTICUT SEED-LEAP DANBURY, CONNECTICUT. ESTABLISHED liSlli. SWEETSER'S PURE ST.&XDARD SNUFFS, Jdaaufacturefl by -&WEET&ER BROTHER8,' 10 SOUTH JJIA.BliE'I' S'I'BEET, BOS'I'Oa, IIIAIS. JOB:iv W. SIJ.'Oli'B, Sole Owru1r and Manufacturer of the World-ReoOWDed Branda of Tobacco. "' "'B..A.R..A.TOCPrA" 1 AND ... 0'-0 LYNClm'D'IG, 'V .6. / n .A. MILLS, TOBACCO BROKER

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iUNE 23. J NEWM JI.NfD DIIAL.l&BII IN LEAF 18 PARK PLACE, I NEW YORK. c!c. SPI S :Manufacturers of Fine Cigars, a;ad Dealers lD LEAF TOBACCO, AootPH KERBs. 35 Bowery, New 1; ork. sriEss. Internal Revenue Eooks. .. CHARLES S. HAWES, Tbct Oriainal lntemal ReVenue Publisbiolf House. PACKER AND DEALER 'IN :c. JOURCENSEN. ISOLit SUCCRSSOR 70 llST ; K .t SMITK, :P. 0. Bo& 5,607, 3'7 LJBEllTY ST., J.l(. Y. Fine Connecticu1 Seed Lea.f, 11 M.&DBK I.Alftl, BriDdiDg Iroua r.d r. Specialty. :P.:R.::ENTzNG l!lil"e-vv York.. E. V. lUWES &: SON, llridgepo:t, Cdnll, OC every description at Lowest Prkes. SEND FOR PRICES. THB SUPLIY D&ID. MANVJ'ACTWI.&U Or 3 to 15 Horse Power. TOBACCO SEAliNG W At l..,.nn .r Gtyoeriltt Drugs,-ic. 1" w;mam St., ew 't'ork. Complete, ready to run. llest and cheap est. Simp!e, compact, durable and economi cal. Send for descriptive Cin:ular, with price ist and testimonials. a. LlGHTENBTEIN & BROl'flml, MANUFACTURERS OF THE .,. ELK" and ''ONWARD" CIOARS, AM Dea.lers in LEAF TOBACCO, R. w. WilDE, 22 COtmTLANDT STREET, NEW 'rOBK. Nos. 34 Bowery, NEW YORK. RIVERA &. GARCIA, ManufactUI'en of I G A R S, DlfY THE LW And Importers ot r HAVANA lEAF TOBACCO, 71 Kaiclen La.De,llr. T. SIMON MANDLEBAUM, Special. P A.RKER, HOLIES, & CO., Mznuf.acturert of the Celebrated NERVE And other Bran& of Chewin_p: and Smoking Tobaccos, 411, 51, 63, 1111 N1J'7 Je1l'eroea A.Y.e., :DETROIT011Ucyl. The NERVE Is sold by throughout the United Statee, and. we clallh it to be the "Bas-r" FtNB-CUT that can be m:tde. The Wholesale Trade a S,Pecialty. '(' Thio Fluor by casin,. with-will bring the Rich Color 1 Havana. Tbis is a Top Flavoring abo for Fillers and far Coloring \Xrappen. Genuine Havana Flavoring. It twill give to the Tobacco tbe Fu.ll l'"'laor of Havana, and !brinK_ the Wrappers to Colon, and when anotetl it has that Sweetness and Aroma that all lla ana Cigars have: / Y o u can take of ordinary Tobacco, and by applyinr this 1 Flavor. as 4itected, you will get the full benefit of J a r J{avana Tobacco. Put up in Quart Bottles, as well as in Half.Gallon and Gallon Cans. I --. PRICEQ.uart Bottles, .g 1 Hal:f-GaUon, $3 1 1 Gallon, S5 t -S.-Wilt send Sample of T(lbacco, as prepared by ,thts Flavor, to any addre&s, free of charge OUR FAMOUS HAVANA, FLAVORING-WHAT I T I WILL DO. It will bring Wrappen to l>eantiful b1'0W11 or dark col ors, as well nme time flavor the leaf. It will, by casing the WraJ_Jers with it, 6rinr tlvm to 6e&utif AND ltl8 OTIUI:ll BllA.1'UJ8 011' 'I'URKJSH PA.8'.fE, ALL 011' 'WIIIOR .A.RE 'GIVING IN CllEA.SJIID 8A.TJSJI'A.OTJOJI, .A.S JIVSTA.l'IIOED BY THE RA.PlDJ.T GllOWll'IIG DElllAl'D AlQ) EIITUllil .A.B8El'ftlE OIF 00 LA.L"ft'l!l. JAMES. 0. McANDREW, 55 1111' .4-TER STB.EBT. XEW YORK. R.tcRMOII'D, VA., Jauu:ry 1 187!!1 Jamet C. McAadrew, E.q. New York. Dear Sir: We expect a atead:r Iller-to the demand)for your liquorice. All the murufact....,.. to wla""" we oell testify u to Ita sa.tform and xeUeo.t quality. Yours. very truly, .., J, WRIGHT 6r Louimr.Lw. J 197"' Ju. C. McAndr .. w, Esq., N"" York. Dear Sir, We lake plea8!U8 ln-atatlnathatyoarbmncla efbo&la Spanish aad TarldshLiqaoriQe Paste havi given entire adsCacUoa. to all ourmanufac turen duri nl'\ the past aeaeon, the quality baviar beeD aiformlt escellellt. We remal, dear air, very obedleot'1:rours, !JUNGBLUTH a CO. BT. Lov11, Mo., J auary 9 >875 James C. Me. ADdnw &oq., N-\'ork.-Dear Siaote havelqw.r\ably ri""" en tire to all maulactu.rera using them, qualltJ beinr nd excelleat at-.11 time1. We .remalo, clear ai.rt ,-own truly, .. THOS. L. JOHNSON CO. Any confirmed ..smoker, however, I would advise not to go, as he would p ably be disgusted without being cured. DICKENS A.S A. lfiCOTlAN. must be left to conjecture i but Brobity is the name of one of the people in his unfinished story, and the su,gestion may have been meant for some incident in it. [f so, it is lhe only passage in the volume which can be irr any wa.y connected wi,h the piece of writing on which he was last engaged. Some names were taken for it ( Contfnued from last1Buk. J from the lists, but there is otherwise nothing to recall In 1853 DicKens revisited Lausanne, and, or course, 'Edwin Drood.' went to the :Blind Institution. He had not forgotten Let us think what we may of the genius of Dickens, the poor youth. Alas however, the poor youth had we can not question the universality of iSs influence. A forgotten l:im. "'Tremendbus efforts were made by striking illustration is given in the letter of an American to impre>S hinf with an idea of me, and the asgentleman to Mr. Forster, from which we extract the sedations belonging tp !be; but it seemed in. my eyes principal portlons :-"Twelve or thirte en years ago I quite a failure, and I ll'l(lch doubt if he had the least crossed the .Sierra Nevada mountains as a Government perception of bis old acquaintance. According to his sun; eyor under a famous frontiersman amd civil engineer cus t om, he 'rent on muttering strange eager sounds like -eolonel Lander. We were too early by a month, an:l Town and Down and Mowtt; but nothing more. .I left be<:;ame snow.bound just on the ver'f summit. Under ten 'fr:ed), Lady B. for next same ?asis have a v.ery outlook sho\llder, and said: bacco, not to speak ofan11nduemixtureofsaltpet're and hour or two w1th a c1gar continually in her mouthversat10n wtth a num!r ofleadmg deaierllm fertilizers "You can't smoke in here.11 water E:very one knows that the mopopoly 1 o[ manu never out of i.t. She sm. oked six or eight find that their sales so far have ?e.en much .greater "I know it's a leetle facturing tobacco by the state was suggested to Napoleon A gave soon-I thmk she only did it out of than they were up to a date last {ear, crowded," she replied, as she 1II. by the gdrgeous appearance oi a lad rat one of vamty. Amencan lady had been imoking ali the morRthat purchasers have been very JUdH::lOus, most o the looked up, "but I'm used to court ball s. lfler diamonds, iq fact, excited much ad-ing. I took no more; and Lady B; and the Frenchmen farmers having waired to 1>e certairu of their plants travelin', and I gues!o I can mirati on and not a little envy. "Who is she?" asked it all to Conceive this in a great hotel, before buying; that they that plants are put np with it!" the Empei:or; and the answef was l "The wife of a rew1tb not only tbe1r own servants, but half a dozen ful, and that nusual exertlOnj; wtll be made to make a She was allowed to finish t ired tobacco manufactu rer. From that evening free waiters constantly in and out 1 showed no crop. Owing to the backwardness of the spring most her pipe. trade in tobacco was doomed in France, nor has a rea_to.m of surprise; but I never was so surprised, so of t?e-planting has been thrown.intGl June, which .ex publican form ofgoverru;nent cared tp do away with a abii.ck, in my life; for in all my ex. penence pr, oves renders a stand to secure WithONLY A PlSTOL.-A man most profitable source of revenue. penence .of 'ladres,' of. one kind and another I never out a go9J season, May when the soil 1s generally a hot-ordered a 'most ehborate At the same time, it must be confessed that the pro saw a woman-not a basket-woman or a gipsey-smoke bed, beidg the most favorable month for planting, hence dinner at a restaurant, duce of the Regie is, for the most part, ''cheap and before." it may be argued tlut the great precedent tp a successwhich he enjoyed and nasty." A t,jsit which I have just pard to the manufacThe same year in which this occurred Dickens ex-ful tobacco year is a seasQ n during the next two weeks. praised much-after which tory on the Quai d'Orsay. one of the fifteen. whicq exist changed Lausanne for Paris, and his says : There are several other points, ho we ver, to be conhe lighted a cigar and saunt-in France, has confirmed me in this b ellef, though I -"He went at first rather frequentiy to the Mor&ue -sidered in connection with the crop that merit the atten up to the landlord, came away ith the impression that tobacco and no until shocked bv something so repulsive that he hal t ion of our farmers, principal among them is that the declarea his i nability to pay o t her leaf was, whether good or Sad, excfu sively used. courage for a lon g time to go ba_ck; and on that sante probabili ties are in favor of remunerative prices ruling for it. "But I don't. Jipow The first thm which strike a visitor on entering the occasion he had noticed the keeper smoking a short for some time, no matter what the ne.xt yield may be. you," said Jloniface. "Of establi sh me'nt is the rank, overpowenng smell ofrlicotine pipe at his little window, and giving a bit of fresh turf In a pamphlet recently published by the Southern course, or you would not which pervades the whole place-a smell, moreover, to a linet in a cage." F ertilijd ng Company, on the tobacco outlook for r875, ha'lle given me a dinnc&r.". which is utterly indescribable to those who do not know I>es_cribing, _in 1848 the Chinese junkl at much length it is es t imated thaf the in amounts hand The e nragecl man seized a it. In the lower rooms haJf.naked men, brown the and w1th cons id erable humor; Dickens brings in a nicoNovem'ber the year, ;LS CGlmpared wtth same pistol, collared the offender juice of the plant, were engaged in wetting the leaves tian illustrat io n He speaks of "great warped cigars date in 1874, in Virginia and Westem tobaccos will be and takipg aim at his head and packing them in great s tack s for the purpose of for masts!' 2oo,ooo,ooo pounds, or 133,334 liogsheads which estisaid, "Now, see if you get fermentation, which goes on for eight e en months. Close Chronicling the Boulogne of Dickens Mr. mate seems to be ),>orne out by carefully prapared and away from me withou_t pay. by, under a shed in an open yard, is the pewerful steam-Forster says.:-"Besides the old friends before collated statistics of them official) and is coi n1ng for that,dinner. "What engin e, of ;English make, which gives-a rotary power to Thackeray and his family were here in the early .cided in by ggod authority both in thi s country aud in is that in your hand? all the mach nes on the premises. A large part of this iiving 10 a melancholy but very good chateau on u r ope. gasped the i.mpecuniotts machine work is devoted to the making of snuff, and road, where their (a oarpn) has supB .. of London, whose ex customer, drawing back this I was shown in all the various stages of its fabricathem, Thackeray tells me, w1th one lk -jug as the. penen<:e and 1s, we are t()!d, second to "That, sir is a pistol." "Ob! tion Here, l find, it is composed of various tobaccos, entire crockery of the establishment.' Our friend soon 6f no gentleman m the tobacco trade ll'\ England, wrttes that's a pistol, is it? I don't such a? Virginian, Hungarian and French, with tired this, off to Spa, and, on his return, aftet the of the .company a in care a fig for a pistol; I all contraband tobacco-somt> of it very suspicious. ascendmg the hill to smoke a farewell cigar with the conclusiOns amved at, but -addmg the. followmg th o ught i t was a stomach looking stuff-seized by the Custom -House officers Dickens, left for London and Scotland in October" which we pubifflh as ot interest to both tile planter and ,pump." Thistm ixture is proportionately divided, and makes a Early in 1856, D ickens dined at the house of Ma'the merchant: 1 t o tal of one pundred parts. The snuff makers are, I dame Viardot, the sister of Malibran and met Madame "There is one point in the estimate of probable stock Oua IMPORTS AND Ex-was informed, the least healthy of all the persons em-pudevant, more genecally known as George Sand of at a certairr date which is always overlooked even by PORTS.By the figures given played in t he establishmen It may be stated that the whom he thus discourses :-"1 suppose it to be those in the trade, but though it does not concern you, in our Washington corres.1 number is two t hous a nd, of whom sixteen hundred are sible to imagine anybody more unlike my preconcept i ons it is worthy your notice in case your figures should not pondence from the report, women and gi rls Up-stairs are rooms devoted to the than the illustrious Sand. Just' the kind of woman in come out as indicated. 1 of the Bureau of Statistics I sorting of the leaves by experienced hands, who can tell appearance whom you might suppose to be the queen's In taking the stoclc.s in tbe countries it is for April, it. will be seen, re-at once if the tobacco be of foreign or of home growth, monthly nurse. Chul'fuy, matronly, swarthy, blackeyed. a _ssumed that the figures mean the same thing in all marks a daily cotemporary, th6ugh I must confess that 'to it looke.d much the Nothing of the blue-stocking about her, except a little countries. Now, in the United States they mean the that there has been a very same. In addition to the variollS snuff cutting and final way of settling all Y<;>Ur opinions with hers, which actu.al hogsheads not. in a man s is, considerab le falling off of pounding machines, a long gallery is filled with impleI take to have been acqutred in the country where she tobacco for consumption, whether m pubhc or pnvate both imports and exports for ments, also worked by steam, which neatly slice the lives, and in the dom-ination of a small circle A sin-hands]; in Great Britain the same, no matter whether the last months as comcompressed leaves into the pip e tobacco known as gular ordinary woman in appearance and manner. The sold or aot; but this i s not the case. i n Germany, Hoipared w1th the t'tirresponu "Ma' ryland and "<:;aporal," the latter being consider dinner was very good and remarkably unpretending. land, and Belgium. In Bremen they may have one ing period of the fiscal year ably coarser, but, it is 'purer than the former. Ourselves, Madame and her son, the Scheffers, the week ro,ooo hogsheads ; if they wer:e to sell them they 1874. The latter period Caporal," indeed, is the favorite kind with what my Sartorises and some Lady Sombody the Crimea would disappear from the stocks, so that this anomaly included July, August and guide called "les vrais fumeurs." Wben salted and last), who wore a species of paletot and smoked. exists. When there has been a brisk business and the September, before the panic. dried these tobaccos are, after 1>eing weighed, com During this Paris visit, Emile P,e Girardin country is full of tobacco, stocks at Bremen say there is Some of the items of dif. pressed into paper packets by hydraulic pressure, in honor of Dickens Of this gorgeous feast Dickens no toltacco. On the contrary, when there have been no ference are curious as well fastened and then reweighed, any overweight or the gives a no less gorgeous description; these extracts sales, and dealers and manufacturers have run their as instructive. We hav e opposite being at once detected, an'Q the packet confrom which must .suffice company being reright out, then the Bremen .stocks show a large taken $j,ooo,ooo worth less demned on the spot. This is, entirely done by women, turned to the drawmg-room-tables roll in by unseen quantity o. tobacco. The same m Holland. coffee, and $r,1oo,ooo more and the quickness and deftness which they display in agency laden wlth cigarettes from the Hareem of the there mean merely what has not been sold; that 1t of tea. In hides and skins "making up" is really astonishing. Sultan, and with cool drinks in which the flavor of the becomes second -hand tobacco, not to be .estimated. we have increased both our During the last two years there has been a very great lemon arrived yesterday from Algeria, struggles voluptuNow a great rise in price, when there is a large i mports and exports, just demand for cigarettes-so great, inde ed, that it has ously with the delicate orange, arrived this morning reserve of this secondh and tobaccp, this a doubling the l a tter. In raw occasi,onally been greater than the supply. Consefroin Lisbon. After dinner, be (Girardin) asked me if serious matter, and bas before nf brocade.'' not enter largely into what is to be. expected from tile ished-of iron and steel of a cigar is certainly not a pleasing operatioll The It may be doubted whether so called working men's crop of this and succeeding years, for the fact is exactly and their manufactures a handful of coarsei?oking gives clubs in attempting to cure one evil do not cause a the reverse. Our planters should bear in mind that a $12,50o,ooo, or nearly forty-1t a r oll w1th her bands, rolls a tnmmed leaf round it, greater by makin g home and the duties of home dis very m aterial point is the necessity of keeping Virginia five per cent._ The exports touches the end with brown paste to make every thing tasteful to the members. This, however, is not the tobacco up to a high standard, in order to be <1. power of these articl es, on the secu re, and the result is a cigar, which is then made of place to discuss the matter. Enough if we state that ih the market. Inferior grades of Yirgirria tobacco can other h and, have increased the length by an instrument like a miniature after settling at Gadshill Place, Dickeps was led to take be supplanted, and tht:re is a growmg tendency to P?s h fully thirtythree per cent., turnipcutter. Some of these cigars -cost as little two an interest in a club which had been set on foo t at them out of foreign marts by Hu-u,garian, East Indtan, and now equal seven-eighths for three half. pence, and a few government brands are Rothamsted by Mr. Lawes, the clergyman, to "enable Japan and other classes, but it is conceded that tfiere is the imports. Curio u 'Si y sold at more than three pence (six cents) apiece. The the laborers of the parish to have their beer and pipes no substi tute for fine Virginift tobacco. We hope that enough, the importation of Regie provides tobacco suited to every taste, therefore a independent of the public-house." this point will be especially heeded. precious stones 'has in whole department is devoted to lbe process of twisting Many things strengthn our theory that Dickens was It may be remarked, in conclusion, that prices crea.sed by nearly two-thirds. rQlls into what is known in England as pigtail, destined, not naturally a humorist. One of the most clear and not maintained as high a figure as was generally antiCI Wool and its anufactures for the most part, to be chewed by sailors and the popuconvincing is the trouble that he took to invent gro-pated last fall, but the solution of this. is readily (ound also show a slight increase. se;3port towns, though I was shown a milder er ghastly After giving from the papers in the fact _that so many laborers, wh1ch class form a In exports the most notable kmd which IS made expressly for and smoked m several of Du:kens long ltsts of these, Mr; Forster adds: "The large portion o( the consumersw have been out of items of decrease are in dep_artments. The Government factory is certainly a last of the memoranda, and Ehe last words written by employment for months. !: TUDC, IWO ILU1D JIZA.DI, PBIOE, ti.&O. \. 'WOODU. CICU.a XOVLDa, 11&81, 111PEIUO& .. t&lJALI'J"''', 70 CIUI'no breadstuffs, cotton bil and cunous, but not by any a pleasant sight, and if Dickens in the blank paper containing them are ....._ _____ tobaeco, andthe most re any _Parent wislrel to cure bit' son ot the "pernicious 'these! 'Tben I'll give ap muB: Brobity-An alarmJl IT is a pleasant thing to see roses aod lilicl glowing markable instance or in babtt smoking," ae coahl cei'taialf DOt do bester \baa ,.crike. Mt: .mr-box. The pawn-upon a young lady's cheek, but a bad sitn to see a. crease is, of course, gold. take h1m so ... tk QuJ ot itf .. s proposed by this mao's face break out in blossoms.i ;

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' t TJI TO r L A.CJ(JO i'ob..-.uuu .u. .._ n.n ri es. Tobacco Ma.nufaot11.rers. -. JOHN ANDERSON & CO-HOYT & CO .. KA)I;'OF .,: 1' ).lANUF ACTURERS OF THE SOLACH m Rmll TOBACCOS 114. Md 116 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK,. &;r to direct the attention of the Dealers tn TOO&. -D. lL McALPm & GO., 1'4 .-, JnN-E-(; O F FI'C E' bAn STR-t."\' MII!S. ....,..... 1'11 Y I'urely and Jomaly :Powdered_ SPANISH LICORICE ROOT, SPANISH LICOKJCE EXTRACT, DEER 'I'ONGUJI, LAUREL LEAVES, BEANS, CASSIA. BUDS, CLOVES AliD CIN!IAJIION, PEEL, I ANISEED, CARAWAY SEED, cHARLh F. 0880RNI!, JAMES G. OSBOR.NE, robacqo Bro'lcer, Ko. H BROAD 8'.1'BEET, NEW YORK. Bader & Son, TOBACCO BROKERS, l33 PBA!L S'l"UE'l', NEW YORK. J. SCHMITT, Jr. TOBACCO BROKER, 162 Water St., NEW YORK. CORIANDER SEED, A SHAC"''T LAVENDER FLOWERS, e a ceo oao KER POWDERED, 'll A ESSENTIAL OILS, "OLJVE c;uL, lllJCCA JN CASES, No I29 Maiden Lane8EiiAllllltOIL LEVA'N! Ill BBLS. and all the Specialties for Tobac< o Manufacturers. YORK. with Fr. ENGELBACH, 1< S1zth Ave., nw tou It, CO., Oar l'a.tent Com-pound of :?1.r. {dated Ft'b. ud, d!75 ,) f Is commanding general approval from the makers of favorite brands. lts efficiency :.nd economy is unquestioned. POWDEaED tlQUORtS[ FINEST QUALIT'!. rDB.lCCO AID CI&.&RS. AKD D&ALJEU lJC SNUFF, PIPES. etc -.roRIES IT .tU BROAD STREET; IMBI DB llV C.U.DWELL .MRS. 8. B. MILLER & Cl.,., !OB!OC 0 lti!NUFACTORY, (PETEP.. COLLINS, FftasT.) 97 Columbia Street, NEJYYOBK, )IJANUPACTIJ.RRS OF THb CKllfllltATE::D Jd:l'l!. G. B. Miller & Co. Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, the only Genuine American Gentle man Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Maccaboy and Scotch Snuff; A. H. Mickle & Sons'Forest R<>Ae and Grape Tobacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Reserve Smokiftg and Chewing Toba<:co. All orders prom.ptly executed. :BUCHANAN & LYALL, -OFFICE 54 street, New Y ork, FACTORY. 10. 2 FIRST BISTRlCT, SOUTH BR60kLYN Manufacturers of the fullowlng '"" CELEBRATED BR.AJmS 01' Navy, 1!1, }fts, 39, 5t1, 6e, 7s, Bs, gs, toe. Sailor's Cho1ce, JS, }as, 3s, 4 s, ss, 6s, 79. Ss, 9!\o tcs. Cbal!eage, lb:. Kjng PbHip, WMbington, ,lis, Grape and Apricot, .Neptune, Double Thick, brt. drt. "ACME" 1kt. .J!aggie Mitchell, PoUDds, Ji arragaasett, T-ecamseh,..., Alexandra, .5eooatiou, Flounders, Jm.chaoan IOI', Gold Ban, Jack of ClQbo. l'ricle ofthe Rec\meut _:,.. WU.Ll.HI .t co 11 Brol\d. :Bonm --T8BACCG BAGGING. IMITATION SPANISH liNEN, FAl\TQY STRIPES, A!>d a'll of Goodo used for pulti,ug up Smolt lDi Tobacco. Also, complete assortment of Smokers' Artkles for the Trade. troWAfiD SANGER & CO., ,JOIS & 107 CHAMBERS IS'I'., NEW YORK. Cigar Manufacturers EDWARD A. SMITH, 1 MANUFACTURER OF ,Fine Segars, ll'o. 11 Bowery, IIIEW --GLACCUM 8t. SCHlOSSER, M.)l'CUFACTURBJtS OF Fine Cigars, 14.1 ._ 149 A'rrORXEY STREET, NEw y 0 R K Proprletot1 of the ce1ebrated brands 11 Republlc n and "Hirh aad Dry: Other favorite bn.ndw made to order. dk Spohr, MANUFACTURBJtS OF A L L JC.IHDS OP' Domestit Cigars, l3 Bowery, YORK. 18-lS. K. C. BARKER & CO., Manufacturers of the Cclebratc:d -FINECUT TOBACCOS, EAGLE" > tj ('l AND 1 OI.%P11.BB." S A 1so all other l"radn of and Tob,c:os, DI:TROIT, HICH .Aside from g_ur u AMERICAN EAGLE" and "CLIPPER" in th usual1 Bized woodrn packages lfl, 20, o40 and 6o lbs., we also pat both of these Q:f'adcs up very nicely ia ON a TIN FoiL PACKAG.U, packed Ln J( and M Grou Liberal pr.cu mad e to tbe Jobbing trade. PRICES CURRENT ON APPLICATION. Y. W BRINCKERHOFF, fhmuf1ctured at Peagil'keepsie, NewYork. Gfl:PORD; SHERMAN & J'NNIS lSO WILLIAli-IT:BU""f IEW-tffitlt. ST., :N. Y. .. BEPPENBBIMER & MAURER, :I:.S:thosraph.er ENCRAVERSuAND PRINTERS, BY STEA.lll POWER AID HAND PRESIE8 g MANJIJLAI I .,; Ill ... )( f 0 J z ... ... i=-.s i a;; P-t P' he to inform the tnde that we are the Sole Maaafacturers ofthe fat-famed Maall learoe4 that other cofttemplate imitating them and substitut ing Tobacco of in in tbi.a country, tJaerefore we c.au.tioa tae public DOt to pW"chase any Manila Cig_ara mark on the boxes.. 8 .JACOBY <;0. MAYER BROTHERS, 49. &I TCHOUPITOULAS1ST NEW ORL:EANI, LA,, SOLI WHOLESALE SELI:ING AGENTS FOR MANILA ClUBS, For lOUISIANA, MtSSISStPPI, FLORIDA and TEXAS. :&1ST, A "BB.dO:K. d3 EATON, No. 7 COMMERCIAL &T., BOSTON. 8 0 I w H 0 L E 8 ALE 8 ELL I N c AcE NT 8, ,!or LA -NOVEDAD, lU.NILAS, and OVALADOS CIGABS, I'OB 'I'IIE JfEW EXGLAXD ST.A.TES. .\AI,, ,nmn, &8 KIL BY and 98 WATER 8TRE.T, BOSTON. SOt.B W BO:LZSAt.le SZT.t.TNC AClCN'%' FOR THE ''LA ROSA ''METROPOLITAN DOVB IJ.IAIJ." 'PATENTED BRAliDS OF CIGARS. --. A. HEN:& -.. ... 43 Liberty Street, op;o8ite..Poet Office, DCPOE!rEB.s. o::r SKO'B'EB.S 1 DEALERSIN TOBACCO, SECARS, SNUFFS, ct.c JUiz.z.AXc:.B OI:GAB. rAO'l'OB'I". FOSTER, HILSON & CO., MANUFACTURERs-oF FINE CIGARS 79 Chambers Street 3 DOORS WEST 0,. BROA?WAY, NEW YORK. E. M FOSTJ!.Jt. F.DW.+.RD HILSON. R UDOLP H WYl!AN, T:S::E PIOIBBJ TOBACCO COIPANY, OF BROOKLYN, Y. --(JJO !. tn'OltD, Pres. 3. lL SAmOaN, Sec. E. J. Wll:I'l'tOCJi:, 'l'reu. BUSINESS OFFICES 1 JrNE 2 L -IILLIII ., Cigar-::Box Kanufacture:rs, 1153 to 181 coRCK JIEWYOBE PBICE OF S'Da.nish, AmericU.& German OI&All II BOll. Loadrel Yelmow 7-8 Spaolah Extra3 5 ydo. ,,_.,.. Broad 'I" .u..... s-8 tl H 72 yds. .. Loaaree Yell-7-8 S-lob l5 :rd-. .. e. Broad Vena-s-8 ,. ydo. I .S. Broa4 Red 5-8 72 yda. 8t !Iarro-w Re 4-8 ,. 1 yu. -6o ltpaolli. s-B u 72 yds. 1.ss Loallre YeiJew 7-8 American I. 34 ydo. Loallrel Ydlow 7-8 ., 11. 34 yda. ).se ....... ..... Reel 7-8 ,. I, 34 ydo. 1 8o Londres 7-8 German 34 yde. 1 .3, Loaclre1 Yello'W 13' 34 yds.. r .JO E .. _ao1& s-B 1 vel._ ao Br-11 YeUo-w 5-8 70 yda. -'S Broad Rod s-8 72 ydo. 1.8o ow YelloW' 4-8 72 yd!. t.,.S Nanow Red 4-8 72 ydL 1.6o Narro'W" YeDow 4 7a :yda. r ,1.8 Narrow Reel. 4-8 72 yds.. 1.25 Narrow YeUow Box RlbboD1 72 yds. !larrcnv llecl Box B.tbboa1 72 yes. 1.00 TERMS-cASH. ALL ORDERS WlLL BK PROMPTLY WILLIA.JI WICKE "" CJO. ) JOSEPH J. ALXIRALL, IMPORTER OF "ONlY FINE" HAVANA Leaf Tobacco 16 Cedar Street, N.Y PUCB J.U'l'" OF SPAIISH CIGAR RIBBONS, Londre, or Parta&"t ei.tJ:a 7-8 y>rds, '10 7-8 35 yards, "' s-8 72 yards, 1 .']0 s-8 72 yards,. 1.,0 s-S 72 yards, 1.70 LoJUlreo ,' or Partasu, Brnad 'YeUe-,y, Broad, Red ElpaDela, Narrow-Re, or Ffa'aro1 72 yar(is, I SO .. >. lo.. T Q) \ s::::: .r. 0 ..... t ::E' !!:. CD 0 a 0 0 S .g l25'M-,rtle Annue, BfooklyD. :o.-..u:r -......... a-t llaa4 ... lite.-._..._ fbr ...a ............. Importers and Maoufacturen of GHBID CLAY PIPIS, Sole Deoot lor Heinrich Goebel Sohne, -8nulnt 6ros ... rode Pipes, 12St Ma.idea l.aae, II'. 'I". CHARLE.at A. Printer, llld .Manuia ctuer of A Larg_e Ai!ll'ortment Constantly on H&llcl 51 IIQhatham 8t., cor. William, y.; TO TOBACCO CROWER e 'I'RYTRJC 123 Front Street, New York; STAR TOBACCO FERTlliZER 16 CENTRAL lWHARF, BOSTON. MANUFACTURERS OF THE "MATCHLESS" "FRUIT CAKE" p l"lfG otb"fiill ire I HERBST & VAN RAMDOHR;. .. Havana and Seed 'Leaf TOBACCOS -' f'EARL STREET, NEW YORK. -LIBERAL AllY ANC:itMENTS :t.IAIIB ON CONSIGNMEN'l'S. coo taiitling lar&e percentage o f Al!lr!ION"..A. 8; SOLU:BL!l r:!OS!'KA'l'E,. he!oH results vn_ TOBACCO, aad pr to Peruviam G uano Prlee, $5& PEU TOI'I', IN BALTllllORlC. A, ply to L!JRENTZ k RITTLE& CHEMICAL SUPER-PHOoPHATE WORKS, TIN FOIL. JOHN J. CROOKE,. M.A..NUP'AC"I'URER 0": FOIL-AND Btl1fTLE _CAPS, PLA:: l-N 4ND COLORED. n.otimG KILLS, 38 cliom 8na l&a .t K'JLBDI.Y mEETI. NEW YOU. pI M. DINGEE. & SON, Cor. STREETS,. Commission Merchants. SPANISH CEDAR,. AKO ALL .. F oretgo and Domestic Weeds