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

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

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VOL XI.--NO. NEW WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1875. WHOLE NO. 551 l't lobttl IS PUBLISHED ......,..... 1 IVI:&T WBDHEBD4Y MlmNING ST !D toBACCO LIAf'' PUBLISHING 00, J .ll'tllkm Be., New York. '411 --;. x!:!Jtor. All x..ttera allould be pla.lnlll' ')' "ftJI 'l'OWOO LUI'' PDLIIIIIDII 00. .. Terms of the Paper: ttGLS Corm.s, ... (' ,.-, .. "' .. JJ 10 CsNTS JH&Y&AR,. ._ -,._ .. _._ $4M '12 to ; -rJlememl>'er that the coot to the y;ar)y or meothl) a11becriber U l#u tA. ElziU Cd/3 jMr ...... Demuth Wm. &: Co 301 Broadway Kaufmanu B ros. &t Boody, 129 and 131 Grand J. &:; Co... ug MaJde13: Lane MJtartrs of Briar Pi1et d lmporttr Swtokvt' .Art i det. Demutlo Wm. &: G:o .. !0 Broadwa]' Kau(manD Broe. 6l Bondy, 129 and 131 Grand r,,_-ur f LicoriCI PIIJIC, Brinckerhotr V. W 47 Cedar G1fford, Sh @rman & lnaia, uo W iliiam Gome & Ar(Dimbao, 29 .t 3' 8. WUIIam )(c.A.ndrew Jamea C. 55 Water Weaver It Sterry. 14 Cedar. b icles. Scbietfel\a W. H. & Co. 170 aiMl 1'72 Willlam. Hav atl a Ciuar F l vor .f'rie l Alex. &. Rros., 16 C oll e & e Place M4...,/_actwrws f PtiUit:kretl L icn-iu. Hillier's R. Soaslfr Co., 55 Cedar. M,..a[tllr,.- I ..,; .DMJ#r1 '" Leaf Tobacco. Krohn. Fetu &: Co. uo Vine Lowcmt,al 8 It Oo., 111 West Tblrd. W eil, Kabe JJ.4 Maio. Zin a j acoe & Bro., 18 East Seco.,tl.. Sltu t M6tal Cip" MHI!tlt : Duhrul Napoleon, r66 '68 West Second. CLARKSVILLE, T .... Lt4{ Brours 01...-k, .H: H. Bro. D..vu.LE.Va. c.-;,.; .. M6rcAIIIIIt, Pemberton & l'aaa Laf To!J.ao Sheppard Johu.M. lfr Co. M .. -f" ... ,_.'l!,fJ!.9:!f.f!J s-llir lbacc. Cotterill, Fenner&: Co. 13 E Second. ANNUAL SUIISCJUPTIO:NS ABROAD. GaaA'J' BaiT AUf AND CAIIABA -E 04 H.Aiuvac .uto TH& CoxTtNDT, c8 Weaver II. Sterry, :14 Cedar Sud Ltaj ( ,Pn11'1 CtltUr. Hoelea & Peue, Thlrol St. aad Caaal. &TC., ftA BKGLAJm, .. a& CuBA, "" 5 04 No arden for tbe paper coniJidered, unless -_.ted by tl>e 1 Rem1ttaDCft .bou1d. i n evpry ioatance, be made by IIIODey .. rder, check or dnft. BUio are liable to be IIOiea, ID. C1D OaiJ be leal at IJw ,_tel\ rilk to tile oeoder. Tx Tetu.cco LK.U" commea41 to eftiT ODe Ia uy way lateTelted Ia tobacco, eitller u ....-r,IIWIIIfactarer ordealw. It 111 ... aaauaiJy au immeDM amooot ef iof01'11l&tfoo reaanliol' d:te ''wetMI." ud tb coestitateta tteelr a fN!Uii MW., tt.t baa lo"'l' aiGce beeR ncopbed u otaadlal' et 1M bead of IIPCdal trade pabltcatieaa. Jb ma11et npona an J\all &Ad eslla.nl aad JX>me from every qaarter ol the pte wlaere lobecco Ia eold. .r It Ia tbe O)ILY_..ly pabllcat!OR edeD oiY A Falk G. & Bro., '7' Water. t'atmaa II< Co., .,., ud 11 lrroad. J'oe. Dill II< Co., lf5 Water. Frie1ul E. '* G. &: Co., u9 Halden LaM. Frlachea, JloeH &: SchulL .vGardlaer.} M .t CQ., 84 noat. Garth D. Soa &: Co., Broad. Guier! J L. &: Bro., 16o Water. Gaahell.. .t Jilro., 86 Maldea L.ute. Gathrle Ill \-"., H5 Froat. Hamburger J. & C o., 1,51 Water. Hawe1, Chu. a., 119 M .aidea Lalle. Herbst lr Vao Ramdobr, 189 Pearl. Hllbaat. G. W. 6 Co .. lo Froat. Holrmaa I:Jll&aael & Soa, Wawr X tnntcut Tbomaa. 51 Hmad. KGeDil &: Suber!, 519 Bowor,.. Kre:aeocrr a Oo., t6o Pearl. LKMDltnlchlt B-166 LantKte A C tn Pearl.. Leolerer. ftocbel, had LeYJa M. H., au l'earl. McFall& H_, 33 Murray. Mack Ales aDder, 16a Water lllaltluul Robert L a C.., a B-.1-Hartla lr 19 trroat Jlea .. l J McJ. Ill Co. 127 & 129 Water. :Vtoke Charles 1!5 Water. Lbade F. 0. dt Co 142 Water. McAleer, 1<' 6: A. & Co., a.S Water To6.cco ?r11ur1. Guthrie ll Co., :ns Front. To6aec11 f1fsjecti0:. Hoedle10 W J. & Co., Wilham. Ma,.u{acturn-s '!I Ciz Bo,.,. Erlcbs H W. 053 Soutll. Heakell Jacob, ._. lr 395 Jf'"'roe. Wicl&e Wutlam Co. l3 Uoercl&. Ci,{r Bu, CtUr ,.,,u, DaiJ &: OJ., 163 Halden Laue Ctzu Onmer G. b Fraaltlla. lfr Maarer,,. & 14 N. WUUam. Wlclr.o, Wm. It Co., t53t6t Goerc:k. a,..-Ri.,_., J. J 16 Cedar. M-rif_,.,. of T.._. Ti-Toil, Croete.J. J ., II CraabJit J6s. 6 1651l ulberry TthMn IJ.ni-c. Howard, Saapr .t Co., "'' "'7 Chamben r.u. I..M.u. The Hatch Uth.,..rapl&lc Oo., so It 34 V _, li MaDNr n North WUIIam Cir..--.s.. L..bcu d Reppettbelmer lr Maurer, n lr 14 N WJI.I!am : Wliii"Chu. .L, s Chatham. Tobtu< &alil .,.,., -Zla...,.w 11 Co n William. M""[r1. of x;,.,.,y Bru. c;,.,.-.. Kltaae, F. S 141 Weat Broad-y. Ar-f fiW P"'P' T.&u< Nl c.,,. Htul Cira YVthl DaBoia Tlteo. 1106 Pearl. Cirr. /JitJaiJ.. Jaoolly 8. ol: Oo., :109 PearL Slrt1f aftlf Outl6re, 0.... M-JJ.. s,..,...., A.Ir F. !7 61 Lewta Kricha H. W., 153 South. Lobemteh> 6 Gaaa, 1a1 H.W.. Laae. M .. ,f_,.., f 1M U.S. SHill To; Mlllilll lr.lela, H. i:. &: C o. JJt Water ..._ Ci{ Molt/ Prtu ... J -.-. BroWii.oL" r .. 57 Lewla. M..,.,.ftv:turw 11/ Cirrv NII:Mla$, Bortrfeldt M .lol. Harlem Jl. R F'tDopot, White if M6tal Ci1ar .M-'ds atui Sllapn-r. Tenrllllret a. Lockwood, 54 Waldea Laae MMIi ToJt o li"C ZeUeaka B., o6s .East Foarth. .l'atmr Imprqwt/ TD6Mu Cuttn-. ICiaBCJI'raDc:laS .. 141 Woot Broadwar WuloteiD Heary, 67 1'1rd ne. ., L ,.,..,_.. Jt'",;.,. Ec"-oeycr li Co., 1(1 Broad aad 41 New lllloH. b.maa-AatOI\caa, cor. Broadwqaad Cedar. Ifl/n?Jal Rnmue 811tJ/t1. Grav G. f.Al'BUltY, c-a. :Kt.alo... x .. :r-.-. Barker K. C & Co. 1 4 & 76 Jeflenoa ave. Parker, Holmea 6 C.., 49' 57 J.._, A ,,_,..,_, f H..-tod PM..,., ,f $.0:. Lll'/. To6acco. Lichtenberl' G B It tlo., 68 Ooarnoe at. ltaat DDIDIHL. Kaat ....._ --cr,., )14.,.f.Kt..nrs Campbell .t CO. J DURHAM, N, C. ,lltrdi'lf ToN& ... Blacl&well W. T. & Co Monio C. J lfr Co. .Niiiouftiit.wiis f' Twist. Read C. C. It Co. KARTI'OU, 0.... ..... Do.J.r llanleo It J-.. J6 lltate. Blai&op, J. A Son a, 46 Market. Habb&i-d N. 41: Co.,145 Stlte Lee Geo. l !0 State. Loadoa 5 Bidwell, to6 &ad 111 ltate. Peue K. lr z K.. 40 6 .a llarllet Salomoa.a. DeLeeuw, 6 AB,.lam Bbepbard lr Puller, 114 State. SluoD..A. L. .t F., Welles 0. II C.. te. W ootploa1 Waa., 118 to. Sad T11ba<:o Inrj>tc#M. Harlbwt B. F. !0 Stlte K7 Tob.cu Broilr1. Clark, M H. &: Bro. IJ(J)I..&J(ApOLU, laL M11.nujabetJer, M & S Exclaaa1e Pla.e. !Jhl>tr i .JI lith of Matif...,.rotl TtHltauer C. H uS Water Stein Co., 191 Duane. Stnitoa A StonD, Pearl. Strohn & R.eitzenlteio, 176 Front. Tag, Chari F a: Soa, 184 FND$,. Tateeahont, F. W, 68 Broacl. Thnmps<>a Joseph It Co., Sa fn>ot Uomana, Carl, 171 Pearl. WusttralH H 101 Waidea Laoe W n.,ht, E. M, & Co lQ Broad. C11M111inlo. MnTI&flds- Jleyaea Brotben & Co. 66 .t 41 bc:llalre Place Buyn-o/TIIk&". Jleaacas G 55 Broad. BorellllkJ, E., 14_3 Water Catta John, u7 Pearl. Fioc:her t:hu. L lr Bre., 151 Water Floc:her FrHarlc:lt 41 Broad IellaDd, P., t61 Water. Ooborae, Chart .. J'., 54 a... Rader Ill. lr Soa, 133 Pearl. Shack A. tJO Jlalea LaM Sc:hmltt ]. Jr. 161 Watet' MfMtrtr of Aadeno'b Joha A Co. "4o n6 aad "71AertJ. Appleby He!Jar 135 Water. lhtl:lwtaa & L y al 54 Broad. Buclmer D, DelaSICey Geadwla A ()o. 107 aad :109 'tratar Ho,.t 'fhomu A Co : 404 Pearl Xiauet Broe. 141 W es t Broadwar llc&lpm D H. & Co. cor. A.-aa D lllld !'..; Willer Mn. G. B. I* Co: 97 Col,..lala. Ploaeel' T-oo (;OtDpaoy, 113 Froat 4"" (.r a"d TobM,.,, '" Baa .oL II Co. q Uberty w--. Eller It X....ppol, oM Peul M..f,.,,., of a,....... t BODdy Charleo, 53 Bowery F011ter. Hllsoa & Co.J. 19 Cl&amben Fre7 Broe. & Co. 44 v eoey 01-& Schlo s .. 147 aad 149 At1on.,-, Good. wio E. W 2:16 .lf"root Hartcom J. A 86 Maldn Laao. Jacoby S. & Co :100 Chatham Sq. lr 5 II 7 Do,.er. Kaufman & Bood7, u9 A s. GraM Kerbl It Spies, 35 Bowery Levy &011. us & 12 7 Broome Llchteasteia A. & Bro. 34 & 3 Bowery Btoo. & 0.. 168 Bowony. Mendel M j W. 41 Bro, llowony Noabargo M. 183 Pearl N. Y. Cc>-operalive (;lpr .111an.r1 eo.. JJOa Chatha m Square Order s. aod 186 c ..... awlclo BelileaberJI' 41: Oo. S and 6 6 Reade lmitla K .&.. II Bowery Stacbelloerl' M & Co. go aDd 94 Liberty llbaltou & St.erm, 178 and 18o Pearl htro & N-taari.1 76 Parjl: Plaoe Tabellll 70 Park Plaee. Waaaler & Hahn, 190 Ill 09'1 Bowor,.. MD"'",.'"" of Tiru .__ a,_;., Boody Cbarlea, 9 Bowery llebreao Heory J. 65 Pioe K.aaprowlcs A. & Bro. 158 Qamllew Mora J. M &: Co. 62 Water R ivera & Garcia, 71 Malden Laae Sallch .. Haya & Co., JJO> IJI&JHlL a:.-J.,onm of H-..u r--., AJmlrall J. }. t6 Cedar COlla Jaelato, tl3 l'earl Garda F. Water A.. Water K.ei!J Horae. R. II Oo. Pearl Ktran.ia F At.:o. n2 l'eatl Poacual 1:. Brolber C Co. 156 Wal.llr .i'oll&ll ki. Guerra It Co., 197 Pearl MOTa, J M. 4E Co., 62 Water. .Rh'era Manuel, 71 Maiden Lane boiom ogl>i til. .liO. 11'1 Maldeo l.atM Vep &: 111 Pearl Martine& -*' Br-.., U10 .P...S. W oil 41 Co 65 t'tae Walter Friedman & l'retle, oos Pout w.,_ Eller & Keeppel, ., Pearl 1;..w V. Marliaea & Co, 16 Cedar MJJ,..jamnm 11j K17 WU/11114 U.,WU,f s-.ar ..... Do Fred'k a. c.... 41 .. 41 wGa ollteur H. 16 ..;edar Seldeaherw a Co. 14 aad 86 Roadie D ;N -f 1M "Fllw ti615olr" c;....-.. A.Jces Water ._,.,., a..., ,.._ .Batjer H. It Brotl>er 71 Water MtofKhvn-dj I-g ..,.J Slrllig!Jt Cut Cawndu!t Pecaro LoulaN. 7 Joha. Df S.6nu Caul Core Wm. H., 133 Chatha m Plwr TMnuetJL ujltfaciJitU. De Foreat Machine Co. 219 Front ALBAJIY K. Y. Mtmu.flktu,..,.s 11j Greer' A.. Sons. 811 BALTDIOB.E. War1ANtu1. AlbNeht P. A. :oo Germaa. lloyd '!1 A. & Co. 33 South. DrOoel w. Co., 37 Gay Gauther, L. W. 9 Gay Kerckholl .t; Co.. 49 South C harleo Itremelb'lr J. D, aad Co. Loose C & Co., 111 V(est Lombard Merfeld & Kempe r, 1>7 Lombard Parlett B. F lr Co., 92 Lam bard. Paul Wm., 17 South. Schroeder JOI. & Oo. 81 c biDI'C Place. Starr lr H1111wb>., 5 Pattnoa Tate, Muller i Co 51 South Gay WeDell E. E 46 aad 48 South Cloarles. Wlochmeyer Ed. & Co., ;w Boath Calvert TobtlltO FfNorL 1 Cleoke .t N\ema-. 78 Soath Oharleo: Hofmoa, Lee & Co., 631i.xclw>ge Pltooe MlltuJ{'"III"ro, tit. Marbar1 Brothers, 145 to 149 S. C.....,_ St. WUkeu H.lr Co., Weot Pratt. Ptdm of 1WIMto. Beckar Brotbera, ,a Lombard. Dukr ;, H,..,,... D-rtio Lutf To'" Mllf-rtrt !I Or llarrlott G. H. Jl., s Gennaa. Sff M41Cw.{actw.,..,.,... Starr R. It Co. Soatll Calv e,. To/JacctJ ""if Cizar .lakl1. Killen J. D. &: Co. 87 Secoad ;,. .u L"'fTtJIJctn Roaeafeld S. &: Co. <3 Exchange Place. T.O.CC11 Fn-JiJUin--a Lereata & Rittler. Patnd Ste,. RH/,.,., JCerckhotr G. & Co 149 tktutb Cbarlea. BOSTO O..i tti .. R.qoke C. 0 .. 11 Ceatral Wharf. .MJJnujll.cfurert 11f StouJ!. 8woetser Brotbera, 10 Soot.h Market BREMEN, GEB.KA:ilrY, CAi ssio Mtrc"""'' Fallenetelo, W. F BRLDGEPORT.OONN. Pack4rs f Seed Ltaf T.O. cctJ, Bawee, E. V. & Son, 66 Water. BROOKLYN, K. Y. Matfvf actu rers of Tcbacoo. Flaa'l foho Y & Co. 176 and J7 8 First. ToluicCtJ-C..tting M..e/Jiery. WutatelD Henry, 35 Myrtle aveuue. 1-;ort of Scotd Str_".ff. Stewart. )larl&a,R alplt. .t Co us .AJU Mllnj.Mtllrm of Cif"" llattbelor Bros., 8o8 Market Hildebrand lr Klilli'CDheJT 37 Norttr S..th Steiner, Smib. Broe. 4 Koecbt, us &ace. Theobald A H., Third aad Poplar. Maufocturtrs of Cig"'s Freebie A. H. & Co., 43 North Front ToOacco DroA er. David B. tao North Water PITTSBURGH. Pa. M.aujacturtrs Weymau & Bro. 79and 8'1 Am.ithfie&d. Ma,ufacturers "E.reetsi<>r spu. .RIIII'' atui O tlltr Toba&etJs. Jenklnooa R. & W., 087 Liberty. De4/ers in Gnti Leaf TDba.:ctJ. BUFFALO, N.Y. IYj,Jmtlt O..Jtr io H....,ua ntl uf-TobaeCtJ DOIImtit Maul & L Nf1#111jrulurws <'f '1 Gem City Tobacco Worka; E, H. T\U'Der, Prea.; M. <;,ooc:Jman, Sec.; M. HeideJicb, M.a.waaer Zlak G. W., 198 Pearl. il/ G raj>t Sg ar'. Bafialo Grape !>agar Co. Cirr Ma.,/MIIIrtr 1.:1-i11 Le11f, CU.. 'J*l' atul Smlli,.r Cody S. Brown' BEOa & Co I47 Maio BURLIII'GTON, Vt. Tobtuco Casts Mathew & Hickok. CHICAGO. m. B.ICHXOJfD Va. Mlf'&U.,._ Wise Jamea M .' IJ05 Cary Leaf Tohrueo .Broilrt, Boyd Jameo N Caiy Xlllal<.. A CoM,iuin# Mu-ella-ni1 f1W tJu Sll q/' 1111,.,_ TIIM&u. Wright J & Co. BOC8J',IITQ. W. 'I'. /4AnMff'"'"' DJ> 'Tolultto. Whalea B. .t T ., lh State. DMled id should hasten to remedy. ciated its ciear statements and cogent arguments. b which,,. they are earnest advocates. IV. 'The refunding of' the tax to those holders of Being a camP.aign address, it .of course, much Shermi'n. to e Jplain "Y by, paper manufactured and smoking tobacco, who were comp e lle.i o.f:a political character that interests \IS not .as a non money was first i ssued and why it shouid be made-' to pay it a second time on lthoe. passage of tlie 'present p(llit i cal journal, but it at the same time incUlcates equal to gold. :first andl most obvious reason bestamp law, in order to place their goods on the market, and the illliuing of free stamps to those who have paid truths so necessary to be known by the American peoremarks is, that the Uni ted Stat-es promises to pay its.. the tax under the old system of collection, but who still pie to-flay, and so vital to our very exist e nce as a noes in go r d, and a do 1 Iar bill reads thus: ,"The United hold the goods, hoping against hope that justice will pe,rous nat. ion, that the fact that they were utterll(l by a S i ates will pay to .the beare.r -o111e dollar." N: Q!!f wnat is. ftoally be done them. Republ ican rather than by a Dem ocr<8tic state11man be. a ? Our statu t es declare a dollar to a coin V. abolition of tbe cigar-makers' bond. This comes a matter of exceedingly moment. Whethet weighing 25 8-10 grains of standard gold. ';rhus we see: bond requirement ceased to have either justification or utility. when the cigar -tax became parable in advance ene part y succeeds, or rts ; 1val, not so that .. doll a rs are n o t really butby stamps; it reflects discreditably and unjustly on an as those of ildO.PUng p_r()mises 1 !f! pay,(i()f/ars-a wide difference. But '!'by, honorable and infiuential trade! it compels 1 ..,;hich we can not hope either for relief frqt;D our. present Senator Sherman, ar.e not these promises redeemed? and -s.elf-reliant tradesmen. to' 5o.Jicit friends !'nd troubles, nor. for any permanent prosper i ty in the .A:re we unable now)' as during the war, to meet this acquamt.lnces favors' fol' whtch rt 1s humtliatmg to ask, and which, in the natureof things, are seldom or' fiever to come .' obligat i on ? It j s sai d tpe note does not fix the time of cheerfully granted; it prevents, !in many instances, Senator Sherman c?' mmences h i s address',by defining "This be no defen s e by an individual p oor and humble workmen from becomirtg useful prothe meaning of currency and showing that, wh!!reas in a suit at law, for the court say such" n9te was. prietors, and is therefore the cause of whatever illicit different nations h twe from time to time attempted_ to payable on demand, and compel him to pay. Now the production is chargeable to their account; it enables substitute some thing else in the place of the precious. United States can not be sued, but it ought certainly to Collectors -of revenue to frequently ext'ract money from .. manufacturers for making out! new bond-papers unJer metals, they have been uniformly driven back' to the use be not less lllonest than the standard of honesty it sets the plea of a necessity for changlng, examining, or re-of gold and silver. Nor can we any other stand up for its own citizens Another reason why our cur newing bonds; and, finally, it dtles not exist in the excise ard of values. TJ1us it is incorre -ct to say that gold has rency should be made equal.ly v aluable with gold, is regulations of any other countfy, ana ought never to r i sen or fallen. T _hat stan _dard_ peitl!er rises, nor falls, that now we are at the mercy of the gamblers of the have found a place in those of the United States. d T ''h h VL. Permission to leaf tobacco dealers to sell at but our pper curr ency o.es. JlUS w en we aay t at Gold E x ch a nge, who enhance or depredate the value of retail from original nackages, 1;:;. li-censed buyers withgold has ritsen from II2 to us, we really mean that the greenback accord i ng as it suits thei r speculative out restrictions. greenbacks have fallen from 88 cents on fhe dollar t o purpose Thus every holder of the greenback noteCHEW ENOUGK.-Tbe St. Paul .Disjalt:n nsserfs that Gov. Davis, of Minnesota, chews tobacco moder ately. Whereupon an exehange rejoins :-T!le .Dispttt&h should have kept this information to itself. Now that thtt people of Minnesota are told that their Governor che-w1 no more th.an an ordinary man they will cease to respect h.im. 8s cents. is to say, the greenback dollar which finds its value daily c hang i n g. It may be worth twenty with gold at u2. would buy 88 cents' worth of grain, or three grains of gold today and to-morrow only twentyother staple in gold, wilt only buy .Bs cents' worth in two It is like a moveable yardstick, a changeable ton,. gold with the gold premium -atu S In this respect we or a short acre. In the actual transactions of life it is often allow ourselves to lie misled by a form of hpres a delusion and a snare. It will be taken as a in sion, but all the phraseology in the world can not alter the payment of taxes, because taxing power bas so facts. It i1 unfortunate, perhaps, that the premium on ordued it, but in the purchase of &rain, labor or doth-' ..

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moa EDITOB-'t'.s. c:olumu., 0.U -aad another, during. the past few months, have borne ample testimony to the recent enormous increase in the .amount of cigars that are smuggled into this country, aDd especially through the port of New York. Nearly -every 1tea111er that arrives here from Havana appears J:o have more or less contraban cigars concealed oa board, from which numerovs liquor saloons, groceries, now and then, retail cigar stotes, of the lower and more disreputable class are supplied with their stock in trade, to the detriment of both the revenue and lawabiding manufacturers and dealers in cigars. Elsehere in this number of THE LEAF is the announcement -otbat ten thousand smuggled cigars have been seized -.ithia a few days by the revenue officers in a Broadway cigu store, and scarcely a week has passed during the whole summer that we bave not had to report from one to a half dozen simllar seizures either at the places < where contraband cigars are bought aad sold, on board the vessels that bring them here, or while the smugglers were engaged in trying to get their unlawful merchan ,dise ashore in rubber-bags or other ingenious contriv a.nces. So common, indeed, has the cffence of cigar' smuggling become, and so vast is the s cale upon which the business is being carried on, that the l egitimate importation of cigara is beginning to suft'er very seriously frollll the unequal competition to hich it is in consequence subjected. With the heavy customa and excise, which the regular rimportets of cigars have to pay on their goods, it will :soon be impossibie for them to continue their trade if a check be not applied ItO the wholesale traffic in illicit cigars now going on. To their credit, it must be said, ..the revenue agents are exerting themselves, apparently, TotaL .. --------.-.- .oJo,cj83 hhds Delivered since--------.-J,796 tlhds. Stock on band Sept. I, I875 .. --37,I87 bhds. I875 I874 1873. Hhtis. Hhds. Hhds. to the utmost of their ability to suppress this trafic. but ,Jthev do not appear to be effectivc:ly supported by their administrative superiors, as is seen in the fact that ..little or no effort is made to hold the owners of the steamers in which the contraband cigats are brought \here to accountability. For goods unlawfully imported the law makes. the vessel carrying them amenable to forfeiture. WhJ;' is !lot the law in this re spect ? Smuggling will atop when thins done. Stock in Liverpool, Aug. I, .. 26,761 23,980 16,646 Stock in London, Aug. r, --.14,463 12,991 u,o-49 Stoclt in Bremen, Aug. I,.... :z,703 :z,5jJO :a,6:z9 Stock in New Orl'ns, Aug. :as, 3,4129 8,136 I7,540 trade. 1111fortunately, whe leaf is high ita proc!JJcdon is any thing but J?rofitable to manufacturers, on account of the large wrapper required, and. hence, for one reaaon the recent and present scarcity. There ould soor: be a low-priced grade of this tobacco of the cheaper tiller-material of the new crop; and until this is offered, buyers can not P!obably d_o better than accept the situation as they find 1t, both w1th to the quantity ava i lable and the pnces asked for 1t. If quality be considered the advantages wtll all be fo11nd in favor of the old and not of the new above referred IMPORTS. SEPT. 15. 3 cases cigars, 2 do cigarettes, ISO bxs pipes, consigned 3.$ follows :, BY THE ERIE RAILROA.D-Sawyer, Wallace & C 20 hhds; Burbank & Nash, 54 do; E. M Wright & Co., f2 do; W. 0. Smith & Co., 36 do; Kremelberg & Co., :112 do; D. J. Garth, Son & Co., 17 do; Pollard, Pettus & Co., 8 do; J.P. Q.uin & Co., 9 do; Rt:ad & Co., 3 do; Toe!, Rosoe & Co., 37 do; Blakemo1e, Mayo & Co., 67 do, 16 trcs; M M. Welzhofer, 6o pkgs ; Order, I77 hhds 37 pkgs. Bv THE HuDSON RtVBR. RAILROAD.F H i r s ch, 17 cases; H. Schubart & Co 51 do; F. C. Linde & Co., 61 do: Kerbs & Spiess, 97 do ; C. H. Spitzner, I23 do; Havemeyers & Vigehus, 50 do; Order, Io2 do. Bv THE N -ATIONAL LINE.-P. Lorillard & Co., 7I hpds; Pollard, Pettus & Co., 58 do; Sawyer Wallace & Co., I 1 do ; A. Cardoza, & do ; M. Pappenqeimer, xo do; S. S. Edmonston & Brother, 3 do; Thos. Hoyt & Co., 7 do; Burbank & Nash, 6 do; Order, 87 .to. BY THE NEW YORK AND HAVEN STEAMBOAT LINE-Hirsch & Victorius, I4 cases; Chas. T. Seymour 43 do; Wm. Eggert & Co. 25 do; Fox, Dills & Co., do; Julian Allen, 26 do; Chas F. Tag & Co., I76 do M. Abenheim & Co., u do; M. Westbeim & Co.,? do; E. M. Crawford & Co. 34 do ; M. Brod, 1 do; G W Hillman & Co z do; Schroeder & Bon, 14 do I bale. Bv THE NBw YoRK AND HARlFORD STEAMBOAT LINE-L. Gershel & Brother, 37 cases; Jos. M p or's Sons 25 do; Straito n & Storm, r3 do; Schroeo Bon, :z8 do ; A. Stein & Co. 3 do; H. Se lli ng, 9 do; A L. & C. L Hc.lt, 7 do; Wm. Eggert & Co., S do; E. Rosenwald & Brother, 33 do; Fox, Dills & Co., 31 do; Lemon & Mandelbaum, 25 do, N. Lacllenbruch & Brother ro do. BY THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP Luili-Kun hardt & Co. 7Q hhds; Pioneer Tobacco, Co., r do, 7 trcs; J. P. Quin & Co., 1 do, 4do; P Lorillard & Co :z clo, t8do; W. 0. Smith & Co., 78 do, u9 do, 1 c:alte mfd; Buchanan & Lyall, 9 trc11; R. L. Maitland & Co., rs qtr trcs mfd, 239 cases do, 29 three qtr bxs do; Dohan, Carroll & Co., q cases am kg, 63 do mfd, zo three qtr bxs do, so hli bxs do, uo third bxs do, 23 qtr bltl do, 120 eighth bxs do, 96 caddiea do; M. M. We!zhofer, 64 cases smkg, ro bxs do, 4 cases mfd, 1 bx do, :z hlf caddies do, 2 cases cigarettes; H. A. Richey, 51 cases mfd, 23 three qtr b.xs do, 24 hlf bxs do; Martin & Jolln son, so cases smkg, 2 r do mfd, 16 blf bxs do, 139 qtr bxs do; Jos. D. Evans & Co., I case smkr;, 6 do mfd, 31 hlf bxs do; C. E. Lee, to cases smkg, !-1tlf bxs do, 8lcaddies do; Bulkley, Moore & Co., 30 ca5es mfd, IS qtr bxs do; A. Hen & Co. 383 caaes amkg, z do mfd; S. Langsdorf, 6 cases smkg; M. Hirsch, 4 do; F. H. Leggett & Co 9 do: C, & F. Schreiber, 5 do; D. Bend helm, IO do; C. G. Francklyn, z6z cases mfd; Arkell, Tufts & Co., to do; Jas. M. Gardiner & Co., Io do; J os. Thompson & Co., so pgs mfd, 6o hlf bxs do; E. DuBo1s, 9 ceroo6s mfd, 6I kegs do, 10 third bts do, 70 qtr bxs do; Carhart Brothers, 105 bxs mfd; 'Belcher, Park & Co., 10 third bxs do; Carples & Kuh, I bale leaf; Kaufman, Brothers & Bondy, 50 b.xs pipes; Wm. Demuth & Co. roo do. Bv THE NEw YORK AND BALnKOR.E TllANSPORTA TION Hoffman & Co., 73 hhds leaf; F. S. Kmney, I. do; Funch, Edye & Co., I07 do, 4 bxs do; Weiss, Eller & Kaeppel, 43 cases smkg, 17 bbls do, 2 bbls snuff, :z pgs; Ravmond, Jenkins & Co., so b.xs mfd, so third bxs do; Allen & Co., 9 smkg; M. Falk, :z8 do; F. Engelback; 8 do; N Wise, :z do; Jos. iz do; W. & A. Leman, too bxs mfd; Jos. H. Thorppson & Co., 41 do; Carhart Brother&, 54 do, 2 5 pkgs do; C E. Lee, 5 third bxs do; Lorillard & Co., I pge do; .M. Abenheim & Co., 2 bxs leaf; L Hirschaorn &; Co., 3 cases cigars; Order, I box smkg. CoAst;wrsE FROM NEw ORLEANs-Order, 4 hhds. Bv NORTH RIVER. BOATs-Order, :z6 hhds. BALTIMORE, Sept. II.-Messrs. Ed. Wischmeyer& Co., Tobacco Commission Merchants, report :-The inspec.tions of Mary/anti kaf tobacco continued fair the past week, but receipts of otilei descriptions were very small The market for Maryland is atrong, with good, (air demand from sh1ppera Of Ohio we note sales of about i:oo bhds taken by shippers within the range of our quotations ; there is-nothing taken as yet for ac count of French contracts. Stocks of Virginia and Kentu(ly are very small, but held firm With little or no inquiry. We renew last quotations :-Maryland, frosted S6So@7.oo ; do common to good sound, 7So@9-00 ; do middling to fine red, 9-SO@Is.oo ; fancy, 16.oo @:zo.oo; upper country 18.oo@3o.oo. Obict, in ferior to good common 7@9-oo; do ll'eenish and brown, 9.oo@ro.oo; do medium to fine red, u. @IS.oo; do common to medium spangled, 1o.oo @I4.oo ; do fine apangled to yellow, 15.oo@2o oo Kentucky, common to good lugs, Io.oo@n.oo ; do heavy styles doJ u .so@u.so; do low to medium leaf, IJ.oo@rs.oo; do good to fine do, I6.oo@I9 oo; do &elections, :ao.oo@28.oo. Virginia, common to goo
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SEPT. 15. LBA.IP was to read the reports in our daily papers, he would all sources, SIO bxs, 128 caddies 728 cases, 29 kegs, think tliat all creation and pa1rt of Mexico wu here 791 pails. to attend the opening, and that every bod y jostled his Smoking :Z ob.acco-Manufacturers of cut, dry and neighbor in a vain endeavor to gain admittance. Such granulated tobacco still continue to ship on orders only, was not the case. The severe storin prevented many and are doing a very fair business at a very moderate from going the first night, and the fact being learned that profit, all using their best endeavors to cater to the outside of the pi!lture gallery and the fr1.0it-room every wishes and desires of the public, so far not without -of the latter we have recently aeen some very useful his memory by attending his funeral to morrow evening overcome the ev i l effects of i tobacco ; but, on the other. lots, possessing all the properties required for trade at 3 o clock hand, only toQ often does the habit Qf [tobacco vanq11ish purposes. There has been more inquiry for substitutes J. C DEMOS.>, PHIL. BAn:, S. P. DICK, F. JANSSEN, the smoker. of almost every iraQe, Turkey with color wat fre-J. S. PHELPS. 'l'he habitual smoker is the Slave of his pipe or of his' quently inquired after, aod Macedonian found buyers t cliar: he .rushes to them as frequently at an un suitable towards the close of the month, leaving a very small WHY DO WE SIIOltE 1 as at a suitable moment, and he injures himself as ofteD thing was in confusion and and the show satisfaction. supply on hand. Latakia is again coming onju greater as he does himself good. quantities than our necessities require. and the quality What in all cooditions of life raises man above the Let it not be taken a.miss if traoquil science, in unac meagre and slim, mar.y have staid away, waiting for a Leaf Tobacco-Export tra de for the past week con completion of arrangements, if such is to occur. Of tinues most excellent, leaving us under the strong im course there is much to be seen in such a place; but pression it must still further increase; while our domes taken as a whole the ExpositioD of r875, at the present tic receipts and sales are decidedly better, all grades of time, will not bear much puffing. The truth is, thP.re is leaf h11ve partaken of "a new life" and at the present too much favoritism shown by the officials, and. many time there is a more decided inquiry from the manufac exhibitors who patronized the first Exposition are not turer, from whom, if positive sales are made, is to result found among the present list. With the exception of the ?vantage_ the leaf tnde requires, namely, raw fruit, there is nothing on exhibition from the South. matenal to go mto the hands of the consumer; there Specimens of tobacco are not to be seen, and the imfore, upon the whole, leaf business looks at this time pression appears to be gaining J!:round among our more promising. For expMt of Western and Virginia merchants and many others that, e.1:cept as a place in leaf per steamer ,f{milworth to Liverpool, 1 u,141 lbs., which to apead a pleaiant hour, or exhibit machinery, with 13 to Indies. For home use,,395 cases the Chicago Exposition of I875 is a failure-that is Connecticut s_eed leat; 338 case.s Pennsylvama --2ss5 is poorly supplied. .Ma,-yland and Olzio, when of fine gestions of instinct, tobacco may be as much and as pose to give such further portions of Belott's small trea-1057 light coior, are sought after; bad conditioned parcels are often to us a bane as a blessing. tise as may be useful or mteresting to our readers. t6Jhhdsandtboxes Kentucky cutting leaf,at Ss@ WestHilL __________ .... ... I6 o 21 2153 2S.oo for common amoking to fine cutting leaf; 2 ---difficult to place. Cavmdisll has but little attention. The smoker may be compared to a blind man who I seeks his way. Without guide, without knowledge of DKATH OF M. M. WELzHOFER. ..:..The friends and busUless acquaintances of M. M. Welzhefer de8ler in manufactured totiacco1 of Waahfngtori Sqqare, this city, will receive with sincere regret the an.nouncement of hiS death, .whi.ch occurred suddenly on Friday iut. ihe-roth a severe-attack of depriving him of life withiii the space of a few hOIUL Mr. Welzhofe r was quite well known iD this city, aDCl a1So Richmond, as tbe a,;ent here for sneral Virginia tobacco manufacturing firms, and was highly esteemed.. He was about 30 years of age, we 11hould boxeaaq@Ioc. ________ ,_,_ ____ I72 2 ISJ uosSJ7729 At the Miami u6 hhds: 126 hhds Ken-RICHMOND, Sejl. u.-Mr. R A. Mills.tucky and. Ohlo cuttiDg leaf at for comBroker and Commission Merchant, reports :-Our reCROP XEWS. the direction to be taken, the blind man, groping, KQCS forward, and chance may Dring him to the r(ight spot he wants to reach ; but it may betray hlm iDto dangers whicla menance his peKe and comfQrt, perchance even his life The smoker puts an eager band on his pipe or cigar when he baa the feeling that something is wantin1 to his enjoyment. As he know from uperi ence that often the uncomfortable feelinr dominating him has yielded to amoking, he tries this means first. But to acco is no powerleas plant ; on the contrary, it has a decisive operation. Ita compon,nt parts work more rapidly and more violently on our organiam than all tbe other medicaments which physicians prescribe. mon SQJrs t1> i11e cutting leaf. ceipts and offerings are small for the season. Our marElmir-a, N. f.-A 'Correspondent writes us as f'olA t Globe Wuebouse' 70 hhds and 23 boxes: 70 ket has ahown ratber more animation for the past few lows :-" The tobacco in!this Yicinity is the best in every hhds Kentucky and Ohio cutting leaf, at Ss.5o@25.2S days and closed very firm with a slight advance on all respect that been raised in several yearll. It ill for common smokers to fine cutting leaf; '3 boxes comdesirable manuf;lcturing grades, while common and nearly all cut and hung in the sheds. SQme growera mon illdiaua seed, at S4.70@Io for fillers and binders. nondescript are neglected and can only be sold at a finished ten days ago." At the Planten' Warehouse, 46 hhds: 46 hhaa Ken-sacrifice. We had quite a hard blow accompanied Vjith Danville ( Va.) Regisfe1'.-The hot suns and heavy tucky cutting leaf at f4.&@24S for common smokers rain last night, and it felt very frosty this mormng. dews of the past week or ten dilys were just what the to cutting leaf. Should we have an early frost (and the mdications point tobacco fields needed. It ia a goed season for ripenLOUISVILLE, Sejurder 11.-Mr. Wm. J. Lewers, that way now), it would shorten the crop one-third. I ing the weed, and the early plantings are maturing Secretary of the Tobacco Board of Trade, reports:-would remark that the quotations here given are for beautifully, though in some places the leaves t,re aaid to The weather of the first part of the week was yery merchantable tobacco, very common nondescript stuff be spotting badly. Some of it is being alJd cured. hot. We bad a fine rain yesterday, which appears to being left out. The transactions were 407 bhda, 88 trcs It is complained that the plants are thi.l'l and light ,t.hia have extended throuahout the State where it has been 'and u bxs. I Quote : -season-a result which is due to excess of rains in July badly aeeded for aome time; it may possibly be of some Com. lo .Medium. Gl)od lo .Filu. and August, which pushed them up too rapidly. While advantage to the -yery large amoumt of small tobacco in Black lugs----------9 @ro thls may be true to some extent of the first cuttings, we the ground, but most all fear tlhe chances and would Black leaf ---13 @to suppose those plants which mature later, having the pre"fer it ripening; as it ia it will make a handsome and Bright lugs. ___ ------9 @n 13 @14 benefit of the September sur;s and the dews, will grow verysaleabletobaccoifripe. We hear that about oneBright leaf. ___________ Io @13 14 @IS thickerandhave more substance and wight. Upon half the crop is cut and housed in the Clarksville district, Bright smokers.-------I I @ r S 16 @3o the whole, the crop seems to prornise well, and if it do and thatlt is not near as be_ avy a yield per acre as anti Bright wrappers-------18 @30 40 @6o not suffer from storms or frost, will be an average one cipated, but some crops are remarkably fine in quality. Extra bright wrappers are nominal at 6s@8o. in quantity and qality in this section. We also hear ot cutting in differe nt sections, no general FOREIGN Clar-ksville Tobacco Leaf, Septemeer8.-There is a thing 'but parts of patches in which there are plants not AMSTERDAM A 8 M. S h & V good deal tobacco being cut and housed in this sec-' ug. 2 .-essrs. c aap an tion The weather for th I t ii k b b fi larger than your hand, others ha-lf grown, and all of it Veen Tebacco Brokers repGrt :-Since our last report e as ew wee s as een ne looking as thQugh it was ripening, the stalks being hard we to mention the of 3 049 bales :Java tobacco the early plantmg, the heavy dews ot Dlghts causmg and the leaf yellowing. Our receipts this week have by subscriptions, while I,693 were not granted. tt to thtcken ?P The h_owever, that we been very light, principally cuttiag grades and tobaccos Common qualities are left for the present. The market are n _ow IS quite senously the lat.er from other markets, ill all amounting to 287 hhda. Infor .Maryland /obaccu is very dull and only so hhds were plantmg, bavmg to a extent che<:JceJ tts spections amoUJited to 32-4 hhds, all of which were sold. At the end of September we will have large subgrowth. We learq. that m the last few da,Ys a constderable offered at auction and prices nearly all accepted, except scriptions of Java tobacco again. Arrived, r, ror bales number of small worms have made their on on some bright Virgiaias which were off at Java. Stock to day, 1,246 hhds Maryland; 1 772 bales the t_obacco. The farmers should lose no hme prices ruginl from 17 to S9Co We have had a great Rio Grande. 3 24I do Sumatra 4-S 474 do Java 7 S()I stroymg them they get large e!lough to IDJUfe deal ofJfrozen tobacco thia week, the roughest .of the d M k ' the plant; and as soon as the tobacco 18 cut, the suckseason,\it being the refuse of lots in other markets and 0 00 ey : ers should all be destroyed so as to leave nothiu g for sent here to be got rid of, the figures for such looks BREMEN, .tlugus/ 27.-0ur special the worms to subsist on. Pursuing a course of this very low on paper, but to see the stuff it looks like its reports :-KmluckyThere has been m.ore the kind will go far l9wards abaiting the nuisance. full value, it was mostly badly damaged; in some par-past week. Total sales 375 hhds. Of Interest IS the Appomatox ( CM1'tspontlma of tile Ricllmond 1 b 'd be fr Ofli fti sale _of. :zoe hh_ds verv. common old factor r y lugs at 34 8.-The delightful weather of the tlcu ar, est es ing ozen. erings at the di erent f h h b 6@6r/ or r warehouses were as p enntgs, a pnce w IC nets a ?'4c. currency last few days is adding much to the appearance and Wll,llwflsu. Wk. .M(Jtft!J. Year. m New York I I75 bhds m var.IOus par.c7ls, weight of the tobacco crop, and is affording the farmer N' h S br?ught from 85, 9o@I02 pfen'?tgs, accordmg to quahty. a fine opportqpity Qf saving fodder. In some localiPe! mt treet-----------33 3 84 Pnces for ':'ere rrregular. .The of we bear of tobacco firing, and some plants have been Pickett ____ -------... 99 56 6,SI8 ts vacillatmg and cut that going to waste. Considering the immense rone--------------fof good ilnd fiqe The crop ID the P alatinate IS of rain that fel_l upon the crop in its early stage Karm'1_-------: -:-----2 8 I,8so reported as standmg. poorly, and some are It 1S a matter of surpnse that so little loss .has resulted p entuc;: Y 1 S made of only half of an average crop. m first from this source. 1 Very fortunately, iminediS57 12 do. .fine Vugtma stems at 22 tobacco h o used this F.Jl in Ulis section of country unless Year I873------------677 I,49 49,77 2 Stock m first hands 1 9, 4,138 hqds; some untoward nlishap behll the crop. Judging from We see no change in prices to notice; all grades very 8I db; totaf, 4,2IQ do; dehvenes, I62 do; stock m first tb_e amoul!t of primings saved and thrown upon the firm at taat quotations, whieh we here repeat: h d A t 6,... hhd s d Le. r Th an s 2 '4, 057 1 s. ee ere was market, and from the number of new barns erected QUOTATIONS. Rick d9tng this week .. Sa.es from store 57. cases, and to upon almost farm, we can safely say that the .crop .Froun. Nontlucript. Heavy. Colory. arnve t68 cases .Pnces are firm and wtthout change. will liacco U.!OIC perlb: Lea( of trousers and the 1'-'Y over the first tttle or the first u c, ; Stema. 1'"'S pouod; Scr-i1" t>U- cause did not exist. The flt'ttle "boy ho 1 1U$" hJP"'"'"'-aad.er4Irec:tloaofaRer!o. InGennan:rthedutyon"" lca&l.Utpbaecola4tlialnper-l110. entering the Spelling-school tbinks himse l f a youth when after dedoctlng tS per coat.. for Thor<> ...... beardless youMl thinks himself a man when for the first beto,-l"'ual to u7 tlloLJ I a :kuul a tile duty onleafdl OD omoltlll&' fo1acco 16 ron ...,cop. per pud, nd ou ume H as a Cigar etween IS tps. Can we call this rou. 10 cop. per plOd; n_. .... p.rd "to eqaal to about 3 6 Amertcanlbo. Ja, sllJy se -dkeption a rational motive? Tado Liver pooL 1UJa land. wher e m b eor i pliOD m&J be adllreaaed. or to tbe La47 lnFH-&.. Receiptll of old tobaccos have been extremely small dur625 Slime time last year. ing the week, and prices rule about as before ; neUI crop Messrs. E of "Finzer Brothers, carried en the most extensive stars o t e o west rank, to whom tobacco XN ALL CASES WILL INV ARIADLY leaf tobaccQ manufactory 'in the city. He was well streams as an mcense. Stahmann is not altogether .rou;ow: known and h i ghly respected in ommercial circles, and wrong when he says of the country people:-" He who bln: SQUARE NONPAREI L : ., hls death will be very much regretted by all who knew can not smQke a cigar or a pipe is not regarded as a-ov=. ONB him. .He was born at Berne, Switzerland, and was only jolly1dogB, an .df m'!.st11 nothpermit h imself any jok_ ing with 0vlrfi TWO :::::: th i rty five years ol d at the time of his death, being, we a gtr ut 1 a e ow as a ptpe between h1s leeth, DO. DO. stX.IIIONTHiil 3ll.oe believe, the senior member of the firm mentioned. The then be is acknowledged to be a jolly dog ; then he can 00 00 TRRB!IIl.IIOlllTRII u.oo. funeral will take place at 3 o'clock p, 11. to-morrow from dance with a rosy or rusty lass, it matters not which; ..-wo 8Cl1l'.A.RE8 NQNPAREJL LINES), the First English Lutheran Church, on B:t;oadway, bethen be can fling h i s in the rural the wpole _-. .':=:::r tween Preston and Jackson. The following resolutipns night thrgugh )Vel! for him if he can take DO. llll' 'I,'HBBE MONTH a,._ .. of respect and CQndolence were pal!sed by the l!.ouislustily and sm oke seven or eight pipes withe ""-;...... _c.._)_ I'Q.O .IQUABM 156 NONPAREIL LINES), -' II b B d f A ll h OVII!IK TWO COLu..-s, OliB YEAR tllliO,OO. VI e 1 o aceo oa f o Trade:L drunken. t a events, e ts now a jolly dog ; <' the .oo. r DO. ..fllt IIIOII'I'RI 115.-.. In the unaccountable but wiie dispensation Provigirls are twice as kind as;they used to be, and allow him DO. 00.. oJ TIIRIIllll xornu ao.oo. deuce, Mr. Benj. Finzer has bee sudd,enlytaken from us; to accompany them home. If the red-skinned nalives .on Bll1TAR-. tben:for4 r of America, who smoke with so much dignity the l'ipe ONE YBAR ------118& oe.-Resulved, By this Beard oi--T-nde, of--which h-e was an of peace, heard this, they" would be justified in saying '!Wf! 300' oo-. honored member, that in his-the bn-siness comto the dancing German youths of our age-" We savTRR!IIlB SQVARU,OVIIIR TWO WlDB ::L1111Dfll, h d I f 11 b oJNB "l'IIIl.&a. "' --- t.N.o mumty as sustame a great" oss. was a man beages, a ter a are elter men than you lt.r'mo o11r THIS P.&.GB .loved of all whQ knew him, a man of strkt-integrity'11nd If we ask, further, "Why do grown-up .. v D unblemish,ed character, a c!evotecl paliiCIIt, hus sm le we must honestly answer, "Frolri habit." "'''IIllD RA.TES band and brother, and that while we recognize any effort Not untruly poet of the human races. CusO!'fll1 (14 NONPAREf L LINES), at consolation as mere mockery, still, in their hour of tom it calls its nurse.'' The physicia11 recognizes with eu.o.; deepest grief aud extead tlae deepest terror the evil effects of this thourbtletiBDess. If habit .. ::::: sympathy of our heart feelings to his wife, children, has onc:e taken the place of and of ratio.nal brothers and friends. disease lurks at the door and wails for the moResolved, That aa a last duty we will _pay respect to ment to enter. Only through habit doea the amoker .1 ........

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!f EX. FORMAN. M. J. DOHAN. TNOS. CARROLL. .OH AI, CARROLL &; co:, 104 FRONT STREET,. NEW Y ,ORK. ..! for the follo.ring well known and reliable Manufacturers : JIB. PACE, "-TURPiN & BRo: I J. GRANT & CO J. YAfBROUGH & J H. GREANER, L. H. FRAYSER & CO. R. W. OLIVER, T .'W. PE MBERTON, JOH.J."'l R. PACE & CO., JOHN W. CA.RROLL, and o tbtrs. 1!Ji111e Agent& !Gr the Original CA BLE COIL, BONNE BOUCHE, 4 J and 5s, Single and Double Thick. Also Agents for the C elebrated JACK A BROWN DICK SMOKING TOBACCO. ( .. large Stocks of Manufactured Tobacco of every description i "it 1) Suitable for the Home and for Foreign Markets kept constantly ou hand .. BOWNE. & 7 BOR;LJNG SLIP, NEW YORK, tro'baooo Oom.:mlsslon Ma"hants Sole Proprietors or the Celebrated :Brands ofSmGking 'J'qbacoo: B'oaeY Bee, llarly Dew, Pndite mo.iom. Red Riva-, Powbllttan, D1terpl'lM, Old Kantuok, 01c1 Los Cub, ==w_l!llil'! Planter.' Choioa. :wloaeer of the W..c, Swmy lhutb, ".ar .Br1u14, &oaey Dew. lloo Sole for the Uni1al !!tatoo for ,z. P. &: 00. GOLD FL....., W.. ........,. -YORK .. J Toucco llsrECTION TOBACCO INSPECTED Gertlfieates gwen for e,.ery case. and delivered case by case, as to of Certiflc,ate. 1 N. B.-WE ALSO .1RCHANTS' OWl STORES. I : F. tc CO., .lliCIPAL ORRJE-t42 Water Street. St. Water, 1'18 Front, '14, '1'8 .t. '1'8 -oyrleh Street., and 1 2 6 Rdoon Elver llaU Boad Depot, St ..7o-a Park. BB BATCH LITBO&BlPBIO 081PANY, :J:...r.rEEOG-:RA.PEDiJB.&, aa & 84 VESEY STREET, NEW YOBlt, 7 AT. GREATLY PRICES. GUIDO R&lTZ&NFI"Kll'CT, .-&TIOHN & RTZENSTBI, IIMtnhllliDU '.,DOMESTIC D. J. GARTH, SON & CO., r r.;..&...rs to C.u.at.a B. FALLUSnffe Place CINCINNATI, 1 ., MANUFACTURERS O F r N B W y e B K: HAVANA .CIGAR FLAVOR. 'Dissolved l oz. in one gallon of WhiskY aftd .sprinkled on the Tobacco, gives to the mol!t common articles the flavnr.nf the fine8t HaY.lna. Clnrl;. P.RlC.It. ... .., Rnt t .l.; n-r 4 FRANCIS s.: KINNErS PATENT IIPROVED TOBACCO CUTTER \. J .. l This improved Machine for cutt ing Tobacco is con. etructed with a single..knife w orking upon inclined b earings. wi t h a slidina.,ahear cvt.-uppa &be w!lich a 6ox_ with aides at right and bottom paralleL. with saM ltalfe. Thi macbiae will any lllud ef tobacco, anIug, Twist, Perique In C&rrotll, and anJ: olm!larly hard tobaccos can be cut in tliei< hard state, wtth'l!l t any other mobtenin1 to soften them. 1 It ma'kesaoshorts, can be ron by hand or steam pow er, nqulres 110 sWill to op erate lt ; ita construction ts td'the mostlubstantia111.Dd, alow to wear aad. cWDcul t to diSorder. l'rke of machine complete with Press 4 Mx6 iuches), nt:t caSh OFII'lCE 141 WEST BROAD-' t WAY, lVew Yurk. N n .-The attentioU o ( manufacturers of Ci.farette aad TllrkA.sh., and at{ Fancy Tobaccos, Sl.raight Cuts. Bright Leaf, etc. etc., l s ,art i c ula-rly called to thl.s machine. APPLEBY : NSOLmATBB -TOBACCO Co. UP GALIPOBm,' AB"'"A'I'JOl'I'S I AOIJ!'OBAS AT AT SAN, FELIPE. GILROY. .ill Oipn aDd Tobacco Kalltlf'I!CtAlre4 by us are of .CALI!'OBNI.A. LEA!', CURED BY THE CULP PROCESS, Our Cigars are finer in fiavor than any made in tbe United Stales. or America Grows Tobacco, and are pronounced by compet ent judges equ"-;1 lh;ose Imported from Ilavana, while our prices compete wlth the better class of Domestic C 1gars. SMOKING TOBAOOOS. The Smoking Tobaccos manufactured by this Company are p'erCectly pure, posseuiD& a w1 :Oi:I.ICACY Of J'LAVOI'D'NBOl'ASSI, (" !_:: while they contain LESS NICOTINE, than tobacco cured by any other known process. \ -liDO.&& 118.10081 .__ Office and Salesroom, No. 207 Front Street, San Cal. f M. SALOMON, E. SALOMON a :s. SALOl', PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, 1 AND .IMPORTERS OF Havana and Cigars, I 85 MAID!N LANE .. N. Y. ,The spe ci al attenti o n of the Trade is cal led to the following established Brands : JIAllf1J)' ACTVBED KAJn1l' ACTITILED '14 Strea. Virginia Beauties, P. P.'swhole and M Caddie. Old Ned's Cholce, Xs, )!s, P P's. Vi r ghllia Beaut ies, 35, 411, and I.f!. 1.. D C Mayo & Co., Navy lbs.. farmer';s Daughter, _.s, and J(s. D.C. Vayo&Co. Navy, P P.,in whole, Sallie Willie, 'and 3Piug 'I'wiat. X, and Jt caddies. Sallie Willie, Ftg. I>. C .Ma.yo & Co.,_3s, 4s, and ros. Invincible, Fig. W. J Gentry &: Co., Navy, }ls, -"s, Xs, P P"a, Oriental, Fig,1n tltt foil, X lb. bores, and to' s caddl-. Mayo & Ks, J{s, !{s, P P 's. & loDIJ 1os. Luscious u-tnch pluc. SKOKIKG, in bags of u, aad lbs. Ch'l'i. HenJ'i, Jr., 9 io.ch Uaht prelled. Gol d :Bur. Virginia's Choice. lbs. Gold lledal. Ixion Old Ken tuck, tbl. gt:;que. Reward o f Industry, lbs. Ollv er"s Choictt. Virginia B elle 'Pride of the Natie.n, lbs. Nugget. P ioneer. Featherstone's Crack-Shot, lbs. Reward of Industry. liilly Huc k. Out of Sea, Xs, ].is, P. P1s. Oweo's Dw.rham. Pride of the Nation. IUGIIE DUBOIS, csiOJmur, :NEW YORK I'AUL CA!.YL Harvest Queen, Xs, M"S, P. rs. Duke' s Darha10.. !>andy Lion. xs. P. Durham. Jos, H, & Co,, attentton giVen :::n:::::: b:::s for dOLE ownen. IEWm -.:w ..... PIL'W.riW.Y .... o-T l .... CO.'S 83 FrontSt., N.Y. .-:.1 .& &a. AW .& 4W Aanto for the lollowiDI< well-bowu and tostly oeleo J brated. Manufacturrra oi Virg.inia ToDa.cco: 40
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SEPT. 15. ---'1(6 JACOB BIIKILL, MANUF ACTUREit fi' CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIOR AND I&GIRT & CO. IMPORTERS 01' HAVANA SOD 171 PEARLarid78 STS., f :aw YORK. E. & 0 fRIEND .t CO., and Dealers-In TOBACCO, I :19 Maiden Lane. Gus FRCBND, EDWAltD FRIBMD, J EowARD FarwKD' Jr NEW ... & lr. STilliUGIR ra All .ne I&IIIU, w. I MANU I' ACTURERS OlF C I G A R S. :AND PEAL'&RS IN L-.,. TQBACCO, N .EW WX. .AGBBW II SOD. !obaoco and Commissioa MamhaDta 11&4 aud. a86 E'zooot 1!11;.. NEW YOBK. SA:r.. AU. DrmziW-Leaf !'owce for Export ad ......... tear Tol:Jaoao baled lnay pedlap. tv 'lc press for export. a. CO., 126 l'iO:a.t Street. -CODISSION KEltCl'IANTs. AMD 'rO&A.OOO PKEIBBB& Lea( Tobacco pressed ln balee for the West Iadlee, Mexic!ul aDd Centr-.1 American Ports, and. odaec markets. i '. TOBACCO PACKJID IN HOG:SBBADS. ICKOVEWNG, l'AC.ltE:!t 01' AND DEALER IN SliD-LBAP TOBACCO, NEW MILFORD, OO:NJf. LIMrll Cash advancu made ""(:C>upmflllto. & DHlS, LHAP "TOi!CCU. 1 :Pearl St' 'lii!f'llol ., :MocKUL AKNBit,} NEW YORK .JoHN A. Daau. 1 RBAD Be Co., SuccESSORS TO IsAAC READ, 'MERCHANTS, And Dealers in Virginilz ani/ We tern I.Mf and Mamtjactured Tobac co, L.icori, Gum, etc., 1St Old SUp, Kew 1E'ol'k..' DC:PO:R.T:Z:R.S OF SPAJnSB,. AND JOBBERS IN ALL K'tNDS OF LEAF KO. 11JO WA'l'IJB. S'l'BIIJIIJI, II'IJW TO&S, L. PALMER. ; A. H.:SCOVILLR, OOJQP:CTICUT SEED LEAF WRAPPER 01' OWK PAOJDXG. ILLER 1: .... IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN & BONDY ACTURERS OF FINE 12g &. 131 GB..A.lW'D S'l'B.IJB'l' --1 : T -, LEVY BROTHERS, :Ma:n:\.1:f'ac:S'turera of FINE CIGARS 125 & 127 BROOME ST. NEW YORK. ................. L. J 8. L. CJ:AM'I!Irl' A. BBO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS Leaf No. 180 Water Street, York. 100. MAYER'S -SONS, LQilf A. O.ATIYIAN, ,DOMESTIC .Leaf Tobacco ( W ATEB STBEET, B. WASSERMAN A. CARDOZO, f .I.IASPROWJCZ & BRO. TOBACCO\. COTTON. FACTORY, AND General Commjpjon Jll[ercha.nt, No. 66 BROAD STREET, 11. Y. TOBACCO, fiNE iiiVAN!ci&ARS, 101 Maiden Lane, New York. 1 58 Cham;:,ers St., E.' M. ltoess & Schulz, s:ncox AVJJ:aBACJ:a:, ToBACco 'PAOURSANDDEALERUK L' ap TUB lllcu CO:KKISSIO!fMERCHANT 1.1 ap_ TUB ceo Jill 1111 1.68 JYATEB STBEET, .Dll 4 'J 1 NEW YORK. 14;7 'W'A'%'31\ S'%'. 138 &, Water Strtet., HaaDilsalealUdn< I& tho plac BUCHAN AN & LY AL'L. II tlaat you may attain the aucceA you ment. we rem.am youn, etc., --QuiNCY, ILL., '.1** JJ, 1875 D W D F F n1 Stn1t N. Y.-We tab plea.sure in sa;r\ng afer tooting tbe 3ncr&&N LuMP mr. a ORBST, 119 d d it to the lDterelt of!daaufac-M'AcKnf&S pure based o you that they gtve lll ODtite SATISP'AC'rlO., aD we eem l of Tobacco to adopt vOua system. Your CauMPING MAcH twa b Wlr1 uc6l hundred lumps miau.te. Ve?" reopectfu.KrToura, ,etc.. ldONTit&.a.L, CAKA,;A, A;rit '' TK& ADAifs ToaAcco Co., MMhwll, C_,jr.-Thlo Is "' eH'tify that I laaft hall Stx of the B. l'orwt Lumr MachiDeJ in conataat...., in tills fllCtOI'J siDe Aupst tut; tllat tbet::;e Jl!..-eatU"O ""' ttat prollounce them to 1M Uae beat Maclalllo for any kind of Navy wolt I J. Di....Uf'l I'AOTO:ao:s 17SIJ(G 'rBE IU.OBDfL J B PACE R!CBIIOD V/L. 81D'I'IL ClOOk A; ClO., !lvaLIWGTOIIo IOWil, A; LTALi.. N.,..You. a. C. oGIOilll_. Pa,.. .... .,.a, VA. ILL, P. H. II& YO. V. a. V ABLB &, VA. JJIO, .. ...._._., A. ciiU, .1,, .rA.Oii::ibif Plrra-a.a, Va. ) A. ... B IIABB:W. l ICK.....,., VA. TROll. WAT.IOII, Bal.oiUono, N Y. T, w, .. YHB'I'O., &&Quw .... VA' I ,' l IUVERA &. GAnCIA, Manufacturen of J HAYANAnLWteT.BACCOr 71 Xaiclen l:..a.De, H. T. _,........, B. ORGLER., A ROBRBIRG, Manu!ao:toren of "eiGARS, 7 Salesroom,.No, 70 Park l'lace, Bet. Greenwich St. & Coilep Nli:W YOR.X.. EDWARDA SMITH,.1 MANUFACTURER OF riiiif'Cii.iis, Pine Sesars, xo. 11 .... ..,, 297i 8G 286 Greenwich St.. New tork __ vo_lt_K._. EBEN W. GOODWIN, DEALER 1M tEAF TOBACCO SANCHEZ, HAYA & CO., 1.:so. 1.aa. 1.84. :au.mEliLANE.llewYork. And FINE CIGARS MANUI"ACTOKBRS ep J li'J1TliiST f'IT li'l n rr AfHH CIG' no No. stae Pront Street. .l 1!1 .I!J \I.LtJ!a1Ulll..li 4.11 Jl. 4Jll.l Bet. Beekman & Peck Slip, :.BW Y'ORKl AJn) lllfO&Taat Ol' Havaua Ci[ars & Leaf Toba=o. \"" 44 YY IIAw York

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Stelae, Smith Bz.-. A KDecht, DEALERS IN ALL lti'NDS OF LEAF 'J..""40B.ACCO!) AtNI or mad in 885 RACE STREIIT. PHILADELPHIA. STEW ARTMARIS, RALPH & CO., MaDU!acturers of Scotch SDulf,' A.:Nli FINE! CIGARS, -2!a'o. ::L1D .A:R.OB: .. p M I I A fi!EI:aP'A I A lli*t ._. J-.. l'.llarQ, Alrtl or lcnpo. JlALTIMORE, Mo. C. BECK&.P-. B&CK;.KB. BECKER BROTBBBS, P.ACKERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND W AOLESALE DEALER5 IN Foreign and DomeStic ldal Tobacco, :RO. 98 W. LO ... .A.llD ST., B.<IIIOBE, liD B. WILKBNS a 00., MONUMENTAL CITY.TOBACCO WORKS, NO. 181 WIS'l' !IA'l'l' STID'l', J.AL'l'IKOIZ, UI'!UDD, M.AxtJ21'A.CT17JtUI OP ALL KINDS 0' SIIOIII&r AID CBIWIIG !OBAC801. &..,,.a., Jl, Jl',f.i.Jt. l!!Ci...mberoll. y,, "AT'l'lltB .... till ....... -.. ...... ED. HY. WlS(.HMJ:YJER, ED. WISCBWEYEB-1 00., Commisio'n. AND DBALDS JN LIAP, ,-LUG. 70BA" -1: C16ARS, .... Lo ...... ., TATE, MULLER & ID.r : S. S. W lliliWOK, SEPT.15. Di\fEaTISEMBN'.rS. CASSIDB WELLRB. I. B. lUCliABD lt:ALL.AY. .l.A.KESllALLAY. Henry Besuden & Bro., c. co., CONN. SEED LEAF R.MALLAY I IIULEIII a: Dealers in LEAF .TOBACCO,. LEAF TOBACCO, I tB and 117 Wt Front &t., I lCL 168, & 165 Pearl Stret, :Between Race ud Elm, oOOileu!c Deal-ill OH LBAF TOBACCO, 48 :Froat St.,_ CiDofnnati,' Q. :Muufacturen or tho CelebratoD.A, -4o &: 42 MJUU.ET ST., &rllla:n\ .. J. WB8TPHA.L, coMillo. liDcJt&nt, ADd .Dealer ... ( llDUECTICUTiHD LIAF ll.robaoo.O, St&te St., Hartford. Ocm.D. .. a F. SJSSD, ) Packen an4 Dealcn ia CONNECTICUT SEED LEAP TOBACCO, .,._ No. 134 MAIN -..... FliB comL11Ctrr .BBBD-LW .. OB&OGO, Dealers ill AND KANVFACTVUD TOBACCO cammm. ...._ aadWaoleoaleDealenlll __ Toba.cco hipping Ll.&l' TOBICCO BRGIIR .AMP 1. R. W. COMMISSION BROKER, DANBUltY, CONNECTICU'f. ;IN ALL KINDS OF Leaf Teba.coo, B. SMITB & CO NO.-NORTH THID ITIIIIIIT, PHILADIILPHIA. LEAF 'l'OBA.CCO, aa &oath Gay atreet, BALTIMORE, MD. Commfss:lou Ke:chant. 5 z. V1M a Btreet.L cmcm1u'1'1o o. C D M MISS I 0 N MEICIWITI BALTIMORE STEAM SNUFF J'. 0. Addre11 L8l118VJI.LE, Jty. ODCDilU'I'I, o. CLARitn'ILLE, TeJua. I'OBU&8, .a & 'I sr. c:nlaauil sr., CINCINNATI, 0. ..... p, 0. BOX li'J33 r MILL. W. C O., R. STARR & CO. BD. NIDIANX LBA r 'o B A ftfW o MANUFACTURF:RS OF GIEsKE II, NIEMANN t Ult 1. wa..:!rr., PBJLADBLP;IIIA,"' 1s 10t1T118E001m LOwu.' S N U F F TOBACCO FACTORS W.EIIENLOHR, S.W.CLAJlK. PHIL. BONN. 25 SOUTH CALVERT ST.,. .Afltl HOFFMAN, LEE 1t, CO., KBW TOBACCO CREIEL & co., j Allldacla rreopghts t o powts abro ad... Ch.i:eBrandsoflmportedllcoriceal_,.._haDd. ..... .,a, J.ILLLll, tv,; J!.L.J; .........._ tl.1 .L cured at Joweat L\bera1 Ca.sb.advaacea madeou Cansigumeota. .. _A. ...... S -o--TOB.&CCO, PACKER:SOF, LYBCBB1JllG, VA. v, mnru ;N. r& 6 -, oF .. ... l .. adpur .. WALL, BELVIN & DAY, G. W. WICKS & CO. J.B!P TBDaifna, .10, FINE 'CI CARS, Ba.vana. a.nd Ya.ra. Tobaccos, Lpaf Tobacco. Commission Merchants, Kanuia.ctwers' Agents rorsaJeor lll61i0 ANDDE.ALER.I'W 117LornbardStreet, U"Liber.LA ..... _oaadeoaCeui-eata. I'OK'I'II&SALBOP' VIr'[IDl' '!!Vi--.. aniiKentnllhr No. 1317 CA!!fSTREET, Spanish and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, RALTJJI:OBE. MD. -A&TIJBU m LIAF "' IMIIUIII 11 LlliiAJ BICHJI9liD V.&.. ll w. eor. 3d A Poplar Ita.. PiaiJadelpJata. i J 0 HN. 'W moas aad 'Wori4R-ed BraDd of __:::-_ 1110 Ll n,gv IOPI' L fAll' u LIAF 'TOBACCO" u r -VIRCINIA 8MOKIIIG waACC08, 195 Main Street, B. 1 lllllll. WAREHOUSE. TOBACCO BROIR. LOR JACKJ. AJD OJI DJeK, FiveBrothersTobaccoWorks KV, TOBAOOO Duck Island Tobaeco a Specialty. Manufactory, -12th Street, Lynchburg, Va. s. .rr; ... uTO JAo. .._. COMMISSION MEICIAIITS eaiSOUTHIECONDSTitEIT, -,_.Ord .... roopecttallyoudted. ... dproatptlyatteadedto.'" John F1nzer & Bros.,i) Pemberton & Penn, -" J laO \f. WA'l'EI S!l'., MANUFACTURERS OF !t.......... '9.&: G B.LICHnNBJ:RG, 1{. SDLPSON. F I v I B R 0 s I A v y ,, ... ---PI"' 11!''D co moBA.ooo -"1/ith II lmt_r exJ:nmce t1J tlu /Jumress, G. B I.ICB ... .-;.JIB....,..G & '' .& ,. to fill tmlers for. H A 08lce Iii Saleeroom, 19t II 196 JACO:B S'l'., Leaf II Manll/aduretl To6ae(o, :-1m o, .. f. ___ o V ANA, LOl1UV1LLE.JtY. 4ANVILI:..E, VAo ........ ---F. A. PRAGUE; CoD,Deotlcut Seecl Leal Tobaeoo, UA.I' ftJIAGGO No. 69 Street, r.st. D!Tltorr, JIIClt AND GElU!RAL CODIS8101 MERCHANTS, XO. 31 Korth Water Street A No. 30 Nortb Delaware A.:ve \. J. Rinaldo Sanlc.! Wm M. AbbeJ. 'B'Io. o1 ,acl"""lp""' .1 J-pb Br oote. .._.... V ........,. BOBtll, IUIPF ''CIOL GEO. W EDWARDS. J'>SEPH M. PATTERSON 1'acter, Cmm'n4.DD ILirclwlta, lEO, W. EDWARDS & CO, '""0 ... oa.u.aRS IN Cemmission Merchants in Lll BAOCO, T1H TOB!""Iil ill CIGIDO 105 N. WATER STREET, Ul!a&l li\IU 1U.Ul1 PBU4DJ!I PBU.. 62 North !'rout St., !hiladtlphiL _._.._taLHfklrW .. lDIIlH.,..Airlaa lirSole 'ODited Statu !rn 11M Pater, -lOUD TOP Mow.lcla 08d I:'JUU-"""" Cl hwa. COMMISSION M EIC HANT HIGHLAND Gllt:M ToBAcco WoRKs. f) F. CBBIIDAI a CO Propriclor.IID4 ll&DUfacturero of "IUGllL..&XD GEM" OllfEI'CIT -..c:cos. I Oonau aacl reul ........ IJORAIU,NLU. DtDo ... ...,. ... .... J CIIICUilfA'l'l, ORI01

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SEPT 15. SUTRO NEWMARK TOBACCO LEAP. ,_ t'HE TOBAOOO Jll lliD!A. On the Cuoa tobacco, the l!f the Society reported that it was a. good and c.editable ( Ctmtinued.) partaking of the mildness fragrance of .the leaf 1 O:J:: G LA.:RS, NEcio UtLODlJts m A TOBACCO F ACTORY.-One of the most notable character: istir:s of our colored popula tion, rema!rks the Richmond Wllig; is its fondness and native talent for music. This maui{ests itself in dive rs ways and under various cir cumstances. In the huge towns co lort>d brass and string-bands predominate over 18e white ones, while on our plantations banjos and fiddles are certain to be found. But it is with the vocal powers that the negro excels. Richmond has forty five tobacco factories, em ploying from fifty to three hundred and fifty respectively, and in nearly if not all of them there are regularly-orga n ized bands of The cost of cultivatiaaa ive beegahs of land a111ounted the original stock, but m .curmg, of fau to S4-7-6 rs., all charges of and packing strength and good color. thiS de&cnptlon of included. Addiag to this the land rent at 3-8 rs. per beinK unknown in the Calc';ltta market, !?cal pnce beegah, the average cost per beegah was 11icca zo-6-2 was not given, but the Committee thought 1t m1ght fetch ns. The produce consisted of 19 maunds 17 seers of 6-8 rs. to 7 rs. per bazaar maund Jlith reference to its good leaf, and II maunds 10 seers of broki:ln and inprobable value iQ t be Englilih market. The cigars made ferior, tl;le average cost amountin; to about 3-4 rs. per of the leaf were too new for a definite judgment, but Country tobacco then sold at 4 rs per maund they appeared well made and of good scent. he E outh, where very little has been beyo nd the quantity consumed on the sp ot This pla nt c ourts a rich sandy soil, possessing the properties of keepiPg cool and moist till the plant comes to perfection, and becoming dry when the plant has come to perfection and the leaves ripen. The lands must be well manured ; and the manures generaily in use are cow -dung and in digo weed, but prefefence is given to the latter, which has 9ecome the means or britnging extensive tracts .of sandy and barren lands under cultivation, and the mode of applying the same is as fol.lows :-As soon as the steeped pla nt is thrown out or the vats, it is carried out to the fields which must be previously broken up with the plow ; the weed is thrown up into small heal'S at conven i ent d i stances, a ccording to the richness or poorness of the lands to be manured, and :1 layer of earth is thrown over the heaps ; the weed is then allowed time to undergo dec o mposition, and as soon as this has t ak.t>n pl a ce it is plowed into the soil, and the Lands prepared for planting I AND BlU.LEB!J IN LSA:F TOBACCO,. 18 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK. K!ERB8 & SPIESS, ManUfacturers of Fine and Deala.a lD LE.ILF TOBAGOO, ADOLPH KEilBS. 35 Bowery' New york. Lam! CHARLES S. HAWES, 1 A. LIOBTENS'fEDf & PACKER AND DEALER lN S uc Cllssoas To MATHEWS & DAVIS, Man1Lfaetarera of e MAN'UJACTUREllS OF THE ELK" and 11 ONWARD" e I CARS, :Oealeri in LEA:' T:m.\CCO, Nos. 34 2nd 341 Bowery, "F.W YORK. AVS T-R!LIAN TWIST FARMVILLE, VA OBUIIUI.a 80UCli'I'&D. .:) Tobacco Cases IJ Car Loatl fer Leaf Packera. ltea.d the TOBACCO LEA!'. VT. J. WBIGBT & CO., COMliiiiSSIO .a&OBAK'I'S for the Sale of Manufactured Tobacco, and Agents 0. Mcl!IPaiiW'S EL B ATED-. I ORICE, 10. l tOIACCO IICBAIII. V &. tiOUORI'CE PASTE. SPIISI Ul.l Tlml LIIUOBIGl f 'j '1'1011 COliTnnrJill TO IIIIPOBT .urD .un711'4CI'UB.III I'1JJdl .. AIIQJI 0 .. 111UIB'OBK Q.1JALJTY AIID 1i11J.uLAJIT.:&D TO CHYlll IIA'l'U .. 4CTIOII TO EVIBB T TOB&CCO III&Jn1F ACTUKJilB USING TBE IAIIIBo .. BIIIIII'Jll&l TO TIUII VA.BIOll'i 4 .. AT :I'OOT, COIIPIBmJIG 'I'RB Ml I ..... A. TO 'I'IDII tTlli'I...,_K Q,'U&LITV 0 .. lUI Ba..t.lli'DI A.lli'D 111.1 ....,'I' '1'0 UTJ.Un 'i'BoeJI VIIIJrG Hll LIQ,VO&IOJII, TBIII OLD FAVOB.JTIC JIIUlii'D OP ;;r. 0. y Oa. IS ALW&TI BEAb'Y POB AT ..... UIOBTBBT lli'OTJCJII, AL80 .A. 0, 0 p. To <> .urD BIB OTRIIIB or Ttl'llKISH PA.IITIII, ALL 0 .. WHICH .uLE QIVIliO Ill ClB.IIIA.IIED-.&'l'D .. A.ClTIOJr, All IJUI'.UICED BY TBJII BAPIDL'I' oaqWIIIG DJULUID !I'D ..... lli'CE o ClOKPLA.UITIJ, C. McANDREW, TBR S'PRZBT. I who while away the busy hours of work by those &ood old-fash ioned hymns and whi(;b carry the listener back to days. A Whig reporter visited the factory of Messrs. Turpin & Brl>ther, oo Cary Street, and was con ducted to the second story, whence came the harmoni ous strains of the factory bands at their work. There th e y were, q\lartette and choru!, deftly rolling and twiatiQg the leaf tobacco, and with the motion of the .finger& keeping a sort of time 'to tlle IIIley siuging. This con sisting of soprano, teDor, baritone, and bass, will com pare favorably with the cele brated Jubilee Singers. N a ture bad endowed the basso with a stro11g voice-deep, ricb,;md mellow-and in the renditioll of the familiar hymn..,-"Guide me, oil! tbOu .,..t JeboYak, P ilgrim In this barrea tallarticularly, no one who has ever a sojl containing onlf 15 llt. or of high price in the markets of continental Europe. He it can question,' as no tobacco ever produced e:cr.els It inm, which I!! moreovet m3stly in the state of protoxide was of opinion that sufficient care had not been given in all the qual i ties most popular with tboae who mdul1e OT black oxide. 1 tbooghrit worth examiding what the to the cultivation or the picking and dryin' of tJle in the weep ; The pri ces at which i t sells in the mar\.et qualltity of iron in the different .sorts of tobacco would leaves, most of which seeRied to have been plucked beleaves a liberal margin for profit co the producer, wh1le be ; and I found that, while th-e ashes of one ounce, or fore they were ripe. Dr. Tonnerre added:-" To its produ ctioa offers no formidable obstacles. .En 4s0 grains, of Havana and Saadoway cheroots gave obtain a good produee, the ripe leaves ought to be all that is required is patience and an hone&t dettrminaexactly 1 94 graiua,or 0 -40 per cent. of peroxide of iron, gathered on a dry day between the hours of ro A. :M. tio to do the watk fai t hfully. the ashes of the same quantity of Hinglee or best Ben-and S P. M. No leaves ought to be plucked unless Mr. Edmond Bourgeois, whose family for a half cen gal tobacco only gave rso grains, or per cent., and they show a yellow tinge, approaching to brown or tury have been noted as manufacturers of Perique, wilo it appears to exist in the fir!lt two in the state of peroxsienna color. The. delicate leaves 'Of the upper porhimself was engaged many ip the buain .e&J lll}.d,_ and in the last as a protoxide of iron, rendering it tion of the plant can be gathered when of a light who 1s now agent for the manufacturers of St. James highly probable that the llavor ot the tobacco to the yellow color, but on no aaeoqnt ought green leaves Parish, in this city, has kindly &iven us tbe foRowmg amoket depends on the state and quantity of the iron it to be pluc!Eed, as invariably they give a bitter flavor description of the mode of cultivatioP. and manufacture contains, fot' we bave ppw ced the iron from the soil to smoking tobacco. The 10baccco leaves ou,ht to of .this tobacco, which we lay before our readers u well in the cheroot. GJ:een water, whieb is a solube dried upon acllans und the of a roof worthy of not only a b}!t to,: lai4 tion of sulphate of iron,-is often used by the American made of hooglah or some other light rna erial, and aside for 'future reference. and Enalisl:). tobacconist!! and-p,anters to colo and fll\ freely ventilated. The process suggested by me (or MODE OF CULTIVATION.' vor their tobii.CCO; and this would be by curing the leaves is so simple that it can be. Sow the seeds in carefully prepared beds of richly the potass { the tobacco, tand sulphate of po ss and by the poorest ryots without much c:xpense i m fact 1t fertilized ground in your garden, any time between the carbonate of irQD formed.. CarboQate lrcn is of an would more than repay them for their tro9ble The rsth of December and 1st of January. After thl! plants ochre yellow color. I took care to ascerta.in that this reasons for saying that sufficient care has not been have obtained a height of six inche11-say about rst process had not beell performed-wich the cbt:roots used bestowed upon th! cultivation of the tobacco are that Marj::h-transplant on so111,e damp and clo?dY day. for my experiment; and I do not be.ieve our Bengal the Leaves are no t so broad as they ought to be, a111d In preparing land for growing this tobacco, plow deep cheroot-makers know of this method." that the ribs JLre coa&:Ser than those of Virginia towith subsoil plow harrow, and then throw up ridges In a slabsequent paper, Mr. Piddington wrote : bacco cultivated either in South America;or in Europe. four feet apart and transplant on top of these ridges, "In making some inquiries on the subject of The soil of Bengal appears to be most suitable for leaving three feet space between each pla11t. Cultivate I have learnt from a gentleman who manufactures chethe cultivation of the finer kinds of tobacco than with plow or hoe to keep down the grass until topping, ToBACCO AT GIBRALTAR. roots extensively, that there is at the village of Singoor those exhibited at the when that is done lay your cro p by. -The importations of toon the Surswulty River, in the Burdwan district, a Mr. D Bruce,.of Gowhatty;, m 1871, tned the culuvaOn rich land the plant will grow rapidly and wql bacco, reports the United ;;mall tract of Land, not :aoo beegahs, the tion of Virginia ana. H!lvan'l seed. It was sown about throw out fourteen or eighteen leaves in a few weekS'. States Consulllt Gibraltar, tobacco raised upon which is con1.idered as nearly equal the end of January, and the young plantli transp)anted It will then be necessary to top, never leavinat on the have been conJtant from. all to that of Arracan by the cbet"oot manufacturers, and about tht' beginnin$ They throve more than eighteen leaves If the land is poor it parts of the world. The p:ud when it can be obtained, nearly at the same bly well, the Vugmta nvallmg the Rungpoor Ill stu: will grow slower, and ten leaves ill be enough to leave United States has furnished price. l thought it well worth while to obtain a sample but nearly the whole was spoHt by heavy rain. Dr. on tbe piant below wher.e it is tO,)ped. CaM will alko the l:!.rgest ;mpplies; twenof this soil for analysis, together with that of Sandoway, Tonnerre reported that the tobacco seemed to have b-taken after topping to break off all tpe auckers as ty-nine cargoes have en -and I now present it, together with one of the tobacco been wetl cultivated, the leaves were well and fast a,s they appear. tered this port direct from soil of Hinglee, the tobacco from which a! ways com dried, .but than the leav..es or the. Vtrgmta tme under the attention of the House, and truly said by its apologists that it is necessary because That good tobacco may grow in Beerbhoo111, I know, and healthy with leaves. In all oth:r to draw it tightly. This must be done 110 as not to once touched by reform it must yield up its baneful exthey say revenue must come from that source, or heavy having raised myself several yean ago from American thli:-resul t was uniforto failure, though the expen'!lent leave any part of the roll uncovered by the cord, and, istence. That Department has been the hiding-place pro.tective tariffs, prohibitory tariffs, must take its place. seed. The plants grew more vigorously an d produced was out mostl,r by European planters. E1ther when it is finished, the ca:rots must be laid away in and very nest pf fraud and corruption No month has This is n o t so. Our tariff system is now fatally "proleaves about ten times the size of the specimen you the not or the plants were destroyed some cool, dry room, and the is complet,:. It passed since its work began when fraud and abuse of tective" without being profitable. It is absurdly cumsent. I may further observe, in confirmation of my opinion by ratn or .msec ts. will be ready for use in a couple of months, although one sort or another was not somewhere in the country brous includ ing thousands of articles, whereas it should about the proper manure, that in other districts in which failure. Mr. Halliday, the c?l!ector, Like wine, it is all the better the greater the age it has. discovered. The wh i sky frauds, which are now the embrace but few. It can be, and we hope it will be, I have the natives always grow their tobacce sa1d_ that no ve!"Y: Important r_esult b llntlctpated Still, if the tobacco bas been imperfectly cured it will object of Mr. Bristow's investigations, though larger than simplified and freed of the "protective feature, so (each for h!J own upon the heap of rub'bish at his from the experllllent of grow1ng V1rgtma tobacc? unless not k;eep and soon becomes utterly worthless. It is most tha.t have occurred, are but one of an endless called, and yet made to produce ample revenues to door, conaisting of ashes, cowdung, and offal of all the Government wu to allow a <:onstderable usual to ship to market in October, some series, for it is agreed by those infor:med of such matmeet the wants of Government, and Internal Revekinds. While the soil of the Gangetic diluvium almost to be expend.ed ?n Its cul'!vatwn For farmers n ever sell until their tobacco is at least one that dl& Department bas either actively or passively, nue Department can be and will be swept away, never always contains carbonate of lime, the Beerbhoom soil Its culuvauon, he s&Jd, constderable expense year old. This insures a good price, but it requires e1ther by its assistance, or its connivance, or its neglect, to be missed but with joy does not, as far at least as I have examined it has to be mcurred, and moreover the after CJf capital. cheated the Government out of as much as it has paid "SEEING HrM SwEAR OFF oN THJI: W.I.ED."-A farmer In r843, Raja Suttchurn Ghosal presented to the manufacture and treatment requ1re The soil of the swamp regions of this State appears into the Treasury. in Spencer, Md., the Edgerton (Wis.) Independent, Agricultural and Horticultural Society of Calcutta some knowledge and means which are not avadable, and, if to be peculiarly adapted to the cultivation of this toWere this all the truth, it were only necessary to purify set out an acre of mullen by mistake, thinking it to be Bhilsa tobacco, grown in tbe neighborhood of Calcutta it is to ipduce the nati f this to use bacco, but we believe that it could be gro\lrn prolitably the service and to provide : better checks and a system tobacco. Every tobacco chewer in. the land sbould fro111 seed obtained from the society. In hii account of the Vlfginia tol1acco._the, eapedlient must be In almost anywhere, and if the proper ca,re be tat'en in more complete. But this t hing of fraud is not all that have been there to see bim "swear off on the weed" tht:.culture of tobacco, the R.aja said that he had found and the cuiUYatiOD moat be conducted m an curing and manufacturing would prove profitable. The ails the Department. It:. whole existence, at its best when he saw what he had done. horse manure to be far preferable to fresh cow-manure manner. "After eUt he says, "I do not seed of the St. James Perique is to be had in any quanestate, has been, is, and w i ill be, an unmixed evil. Its for enriching earth. He uted cowdung in the first any JP'OWn will. be able to tity in that parish, or from Mr. Edmond Burgeois, No. methods are and must be inquisitorial, vexatious, and TOBACCO IN AND AROUND LYNCHBURG.-W_e learn, InStance, and It generated ao iuect which destroyed grown 10 Amenc:a the foreign market. 19 Conti Street, in this city. liable to constant abuse. It creates a legion of sp i es say!> Lynchl.JUrg (Va.), _papc:r, considerable many of the pla11ts, ltut tbe applic.a.tion of horseTuhoot IS a country, and Mo-There are about twenty-six families eagaged in the and informers, it injures legitimate trade. It malles of t.:>ba&co '!ere 10 this sectiOn last dung_ was resorted to, the culti!'Von bad not suffered in zufl'erpoor a C:ODSlderable emponum for the tobacco cultivation of Perique tobacoo in St. James Pariah, and necessary to business twice, and often thrice, the capi-and thiS week t.he cutnngs will be general.. The quality the least, but was progreuinc. favorably. trade. the average crop is between 1 8,ooo and :ro,ooo carrots of tal needed for the manufacture of and the trade in the of the IS not. such as could be deSired and can In .t8so, Mr. C. Wheeler sent to the Agricultu!'al aod The followmg 11 from the 11 !'-gr1four pounds. One acre of ground ordinarily produces article it taxes. Thus it tends to reatrict industry, ham-0111Y be said to be fair, good. Society samp!es of Cuba, Bhilsa, and and Horticultural Socaety of .In, dia, .a between So and 100 cauots and a man can easily c.:ul-per the citizen, and prevent the poor from competing FINE TouAcco.-Adam Wier, the constable of ElizaG1bali l(l'own by h1m at Hazareebaugh from descnptlOn of .the processes of c:-Juvauon and cunng m tivate and manufacture tobacco of three acres. Tbe with the rich manufacturer and trader. It puts a prebetb Township, Pa., the Laucaster Exa .. itUr and seeds furniShed tho year before from tbe Tbo R1Ut1poor, wr1ttea by Jll,r. llobling :-average price of new Penque-that manufactured dur mium, and a heavy premium, on fraud, and thus tends Herald says, has cut from a stalk of tobacco upon hi season being very dry, the plants were much watered. &1iJ IIIUi Ma"u".-Tobacco is extensively cultivated ing the current year-is to as; but if kept a year to injure morals. It spies into private accounts, and premises, a leaf which measured 43 inches 1n length. AIL three kinds grew equally weU, and Mr. Wheeler was on the biJh sandy tracts with which this district its increased price will pay aboyt :rs per cent. interest, thus invades the rights of the individual, which should Samuel 'fangert, of Providence Township, has several of opinion that cue, aad by richly maoariDI abounds, particularly in the neighborhood of the station, and in four years it will sell for over doubie its original alway be respected. It charges the people with vast stalks which measure 7 feet from the tip to the base ef the soils (which iia that d"lltrklt il qabe frM from ..U.. U.d the country in a direct lille, north-west and east, price. It does not improve after four years of age l but cxpenw of 4llec:tion. It gives to the Executive an the stalk. petre), very 1Uperior toMcco aal&lat lie proclaced. from the same. The cultivatioa is very limited towards will keep for an iudefinite length of time

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_.. THOMAS HOYT & C0-9 I Fine C11t Chewing <\nd TOBACCOS & SNUFF, rJllANOS CHBWliiG 1 HEARTS' DELIGHT, JlfATIONAL, BRIGHT OWEN. EXTRA CAVENDISH. JO"'f!Df .lF'LACC 01' ALl. GllADKS 0' ...._ (!lnt fibtwtng, ,.moktug, awl titaulatetl TOBACCO HARVEST" ,"SURPRISE" IN IVANHOE t& JOLLY BOYS and p Pearl St.. New Yo:rk Cit,.. 176 78 F' St 8 kl E D Ciiifus a. Wiii.FJC ; ; Llthtcnpleer, Prlltv, IH ........,. & fartr Of :MANUFACTURERS OF CI&AI AID TOBUtO LADI.S Fine-Cut To ba.CCO ..U.So MAWVPACTUaKR 01' W11J.,IT & BELLAIIY'S 207 & 209 WATER STREET, NEW YORk UCORICE PASTE & ST jCKS. G.l!l. w. s. F. W, s. STERRY EXTRA, p, 8. BAJlA()(l() AND PIGl'I&TELLA, DE RotiA, EXCELSIOR IIDLLI!I a:. FAVORITE !lULLS POWDERED LICORICJil, Patent Tr8Hll8l'Cnt Cmtal Glass and Ja:'l' A%. S:Z:CNS. GUlli fiiEi'DA 'rOBA.()(X) WORKS AlfD OLIVE OIL, CIGAR KA.lnJFCTOBYo TOJIQ.UA. BEAl!iS, .. D. BUCHNER, And a'l ManuTh "-'-'ool Jat......,l Revenoe PubHsbbr!! Jleu&e. Succeuor to RoBITCH1!.CI( & TAUSSIC, -Pattnt Powdered. Licorice. WliR. & STERRY, Importers, fOB!OO'O AND OI&ABS, J(O. CEDAR STREET. 61 OIIATIIAII IITR.EET. Internal Revenue '.C. JOURCENSEN, ,SOLa IUCCilSSOR TO aSTI. A: Slo!IJTH, P. 0. Boo 5,6e7, B'f LIIIERT.Y ST., lll. 11. I 'm, boa D4 stacill a E:peclaltr. PR.X1\11 '1'11Vc:Jr. Ol eery deoc:rlption ot Lowell Prices. JOHN TOBACCO BROKER 127 Pearl Si:reet, NEW YORK. CBAS. B. FI8CBEi & BRO., Toba.cco Brokers, tal Wate St., NEW YORK. PHILIP KELLAND TOBACCO BROKER.. 168 WATER STREET., NEW YORK. UP STAIRS. CHARL88 F. 08BORrtE, JAMES G., -6SBORNE;"" robCICCO Brol:er, Jlo. N BBO.&D 8'I'IIEIE'.I', NEW YORK. ') Bader & Son, SEPT. 15. \ \ OF Smnish, American& German, GIGAR RIBBONS. l'llli W YOS:C A. HEN & CO J llavana Sixes, Cheroots, ECKMEYER & 6o., II&ND FOR PRI(;, WJioLUM WJCJ&B .TOBACCO 43 Liberty Street, ottpoalte Poet Oflloe, -:K::K:Poar.c:as or .. sxo:slat.S Aa'l'Sci.zs, JOSBP! J. AI,m.Ar.t,., Sole AIOta k tJoe l .... rer of the follow!DI" Brldldoef ltn.ucxnnac ..... .... Oi':&i&'IM"R'-" .......... .___fer ..,_ :=:!!:".!" ... II D::SJCDITTIS, D. H. McALPIN re 48 Broad and 48 New Sts. ---.. -' -)lEW YOaJL o. 887, ..... I"BAJIOIS 8. IUJIB:BY, MANUFACTURER OJ' lir[in _Leaf and Navy ChemL "Iilney Brothent CalebratedRIIiaB OICAIIETTI!a AND FIB,E TOBACCOS, Jnf!JT .A.Y, OW YORK ern". DEPOT & AGENOY Of the Hanafactare of G. W. GAIL & AX, BALTIMORE, AT 1a0 PlAit. B'l"autJ::, nw to:ax. WZJP.. Zll EJt & K.&I:PPELt Air_.. LOUIS N. PECARI, MANUFACTURER Of Jile.Loq and Strai(ht Cat Cavendish SMOKINB TOBACCOS, ror 1fDa Wholesale and Betail 'rrade. .... ..,_..;Pl ... -. 11-ff,. lloovl .ftoo&r, .teo lUNUJI' ACTORY Al'IP 8ALDJtOOil, COIIEI Of AVENUE D AIID, TENJH ITIET,' new York Cltl'. -ROVER Smokiuc Tobaooo, MANUFACTUJUlD BY WALTER B. PIERCE, 'IJ'TIC::.t, l'f. Y, This B,....d of Smokill&' le u dork .Oiorecl ud u thoro"llhlY care4 oo Hanna. AG.INCV AND DKPOT O.F F. W. FELGJfER. & SOJf'S,' l!ca. Sailor's Cboi.,., >1, Ji;, 35, ..., ss. 6o, ,., .. 911> '"" -TOBACCO BAGGING. J.F.O .Mav-, QVA .. ITY. IMITATION SPANISH LINEN, L l 0. n'lnt\1 :r sTBIPBS, !HFF6RD, BHERIAN & nuns Aud of Goodaued for puttlpg up Smok Address by PoofP. O. Box 5 lSO 'WILLIAJI-8Tlf.I:E"t, iaaTobacco. A.ho, complete auortme:Dt of Special attention pas.d to the forwarding of Tobacco M-..f\7 .4 V1JW y..a.n r S.Oken' Art::klea for the Trade. to fgreign ooii.Dtriu.. ,..., XB: "'VJil.41.lr.a HOWIRD SliCER l CO., II 10G &; 107 CHAMBERS ST., tRW YORK. ]. ] DALY. H WtLXJNS. DALY &. CO., Foreign. & Domestic Woods, 103 JIAD)Elll LAlliE, lllllW YORK SPANISH CIIAR BOX CEDAR ---l s;HiaHJ. GOBBJIZ. A CO., Importers aod Maoafacturen of GEBMAX AJO) SCOTCH Cia l:le pes, Heinrich Goebel Sohne, ltaulllt li'osaalerodt Plptl, IU :..idea l.aae, 1r. --. sm'SIIBB. & GO., BEPPEHBEIMER & MAURER, Pra.of:t.c&l. ENCRAVERS AND PRINTERS, BY ITE.UI POWIIIJI. .&liD H.AJID lobacco and CO!IIII!'UTLT OliiiiA.liD AliiD lllllW DIUIQJE8 x.lDB TO .H\DJilll.o :aa 1114 at WJIJJ.AK mzm. m:w vou. Cl!allenp, IlK:.. I King Philip, W.aiagtoo.L .JCa, Grope aod Apricot, Thlck.l TOBACCONiEALING wn. g..;:: .. liar., hd Importers o Glycerine, Drugs, Goms, &c. CIDIIL l'ltdeof!M RePmnt .......... __ LYALL. J,iWWWiam8t.i XewTOI'k. lhRIOt 'It ClOt, tllt"A(ti,S1 lt'N. '"t ESTABLlllHED lN&. K. BARKER & Manafactaren ot the Colebr.ltecl FINECUT TOBACCOS, EAGLE" AND !2 """"' Al&o all other rrades of FI.:J.e.Cut an4 SmOking 'l'obaccoa, 1't: DETROIT. liUCH, A!llde from our "AMERICAN EAGLE" oncl "CLIPPER" Ia the a oaalsized wooelco packages, 10, 2o. ,.oaod 6olb11., we also put both ol theae rradea up very J nicely in 0l'f& OuNca Tn FOIL PACKAGa.s,l packed tn .1( and >t Gross boxeL I Liberal pnces maole to the JobbtDJ trade. LIBERALADV ANC:il:MENTS KAm ON CONSIGNMENTS. :c: 0 o 0 0 ns ;.0 0 1-w, :Myrtle A'Ye!l\18, Brookly1J. ..... .. ...... ............ c-u .... .. .,.. u SIMON IIAN.Di..EBAUM, Special. '.:!._O '1'08AC80 TBTTIIB PARDR, HOLIES & CO., Manufacturen of tbe Celebrated NERVE And other Brand!i ol Chewini: and Smoking Tobaccos, STAR TOBACCO FERTI LIZERD -&.9' & 1 lia, illi li'l' ..... .............. contalolng large per ceatage ol ,DETROIT liUCB. The NERVE Is sold by First.ctass Deders throughout the Uaited States, aod w e c laim U t o be the "BsT" FIN II:CuT ToBACco that cat.t be The WboleNole Tra{te a CA.l\.t:PBELL'S I .NDIAN HAV ANAHS, ,Price IG Dollars per 1,000 In London, In Bond. Theae Cigars aTe lleatly roj)ed in Bavau.ah pattem, are well flavored, aad are made oD the premlaea by DSSBS. O.AlQ'BILI. &-CO., l'!Dta&D Worb, Xaclraa l'reli4ezlcy, In41a. From Tobacco growa and C1ll'ed aeder thet.r ewo ftll)el"8'fatoa. These Clprs are fa..YoraBJy known in iDd.ia. AGENTs-IIESSRS. F. S. PLOWJI.IGH't .lk 00., 41 Bulnrhall Street .Londoa, E. C. P. S.-Havaaa.h Pattern Clpn, "'IHHiliiWII" 65 to a lb., price 16 dol&ar& per '""" free ia Boad, In Gt. Brltalo, Subscribe for Tohaooo Llat. 1'01' Am, .ADO'NI.A li SOL tTBLE l'EOSl'J!.A'l'l, The best result" nhtained on TOBACCO, aa.d pre. C.rred to Peruvian Gaano Pri<>e, 855 PBR TON, Ill BALTUIOBB. Apply to LOREJfTZ & RI'l"''LERo CH:IMJC.&.L SUPER-PHOSPHATE WORKS, B.W.TIM:URE. Wltl. H. aEotabllahecl Ssll. Patentee and Manufactur-er of htirely' New Stylea cf ........ wm.,..,rE DTAL AND WOOD SHOW CASES. Poteatecl April Kd one! Au rust nth, tS6>; lla7 tbo >86c} 1 nd July o8th, 187t. For which tint Premiums have been awarded at the Asperiana loatltut.e, ;. r870, 187r, 1872; Georgia St:.::v. Fair, 1869 ; Viraioiia State ii'air, 1810 South Corroltaa State Ji'alr, 1870; Prospect Park Fair, Brooklyu, L, 1 .. '&;': B.-5bow C011ea of every dflcriplioD coostaDtlp oo. h.ud, and shipping to any part of Uoitef' States Uld (;u All oaJoo wuruted u repreo oeoled. NEW


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