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 XII.--NO. 1. lkt [ IVDT 'W:mNIBDAY BY THI teBAOOO LBH'' PUBLISHING 00, :1.42 .Fulto. St., New .l;ork. 1fi J biJ?.'Y -. Jlditor in r.:lt.'!!' m."aUid "'1'11 !'OL\000 LUJ'" P'IIIILIIEUIO CO. term of the Paper : SINGL& Cor Iss, .... "" -.,.... .,. 10 CK''S ONa YaA, .. -.. .. .. 14 ,_ ,4":... ") J> "' .,tbat the coot to the J"'U'y or tDADthl) becriber is Uss tlut11 EizAt CHUs PlY ANNUAL SUl!SCRIPTIO)fS ABltOAD. Gai!AT BxtTAtlll AND fi' 04 BltBMitN, HAMBURG AND THK CONTINENT, 6 o8 AUSTRALIA, &TC., VlA .. o8 CUBA, 5 04 No order for the paper conaldered, unless accompanied by the corresponding amount. Remittances should, in ewryinstance, be made by cbect er draft. Bills are liable to be stolen, and can ouly be sent at tbe greatest riall to the -der. THa Tvucco LKM commesulo Itself to nery oae hpmeDH a1110unt renrdlng 1:J1.e "lfeed," and thu consUttes jhell a vatU that has lon atuc e been recognized aa head ofapeclal tradepubllcaUena. Ita mad:et reporta are full Uld exhauative, and pme from eTery qurter ol the where llobecco looold. U"" It is the ONLY weekly pubncatJon exlen olftly devoted to tob&cco. (.For .A.iwrluU., RU.-Tk.i.-4 P,p.) III8IDS8 BIWTUf If ABVIITISBIS EW YORK, T ..... """'"""' Arnew W. &r Soas. 194 and 186 Front Miler II Deb1a. 1.901'-1. All Ju!Wo 17t Water A9PiebT.a Heblle. Yates. -.aett s. ua ldai4ea Laae Basch &: Flecbea s$5 Water Bhunloln A. II Co., tt6 Pearl. Jlowlle II Frltll. f Bvhq liltp. Jlt'od M., 147 Wa-Bpltley, Moore & Co., 74 F.-L =okf. Cntwford E. M. 168 Water. Cohn S. & Co., Water. J)oiJaD, CarroU II< Co.. 104 Fro11t.. Da.Boll Eqene, 75 Bgert Wm. It Co., 171 PearL Bilnlbach. F. 13 Sbtlo Aw Folk G. &: Bro. 171 Water. J'&ba&n 11< Co., 70 and 'I' n>ad. I'OOL Dille II Ce., .a 'hter. J'rind E. & G. & Co., i19 Malden Lane. J"rllc:heo, Roeea A Scbula, 141 Water Gudl11er.f. M. II Co., 84 Front. Gwth D ., Son It Co., +4 Bn>ad. a..ert J. L. & a6o W-. Genhel L & Bro., 86 Maiden Lane. Oathrle &: '"' FronL Jla1llbvpr 1. & Co., 151 Water. Jfawea, Cbu. ., u9 Maicleu Lane. Herhet 11: Van Ramdohr, PearL HW...U. G. W. It Co.. 8o Front. Klslak:Ut Thomas. 5t BI'er1J It Oo., 16o P-1. Lacbenbn>cb &: BT6:J 164 Watcc '1 (' -.ttu A. C 142 reart '" 'Lederer& l>lBcb.e1, Levin M. H., Peart Mack Ale:uoder. 1b Water MaiUand Robert L. &: Co., 43 Bread Martin &: Johnson, 79 Frout .. Medelc!, Kemper & Co., 131 Maiden Lane. Meyer A. C. L & 0., 42 Beaver. r Oatman Alv a, 166 Wate1. Op_penbeimer, M. & Brether, 138 Water. Ottinger Brothers 41 Broad St. Palme & Scoville, 170 Water. Price Wm. M ., uo-Maiden Lane. Qnln, J.P. & Co.139llroad. ll:ead llt C&., 0 u Slip. lte\sma.nn. G. t19 Pearl. 1 """/" Salomon S. 19:1 Pearl. Sawyer, Wallace 4-Co., 47 Broad.. Schlecel G. 166 Front Schmitt] & Co., 163 Water. Schreeder & Bon, 178 Wates. Schroeder &: Koch, 246 Pearl. Scllnb&rt H & Co., r Water Selllna BenrJ, "I-:]3 Froat. Splngarn E. /Yo Co., BurlmiJ SUp. Spitmer C H. n 8 Water s,teiu & Co., 197 Duane. Straiton & Storm, Pearl. Stroho & Reitzeostein, 176 Front. Tatr, Charlaa F. It Son, Fru-., Tatrnhorst. F. W. 68 Broad. Teller, A 86 ldaiden Lane. Uf)IDaon, Carl, 178 Pearl. Wuaermaa H. 101 Waid.ea Lane Wrllllt.Ri fharda & Co., J9 Broad. Com.Miuiu :Reynes Brothers & Co., '6 & 48 &chaajre Place Buyff l1j To6aeco. Re.....,no G. 55 Broad. B,..un Cattus jobe, u7 Pearl. Fiacber Cbas. E.&: Bro., sJ Wate r Fischel, FrederlckJ' Broad Hollander Louis, 1 Water. Oaboru_e1 Chari"" Y., 54 .llroa Water MaftutW'Irl of r.;.,., Aadenon john & Co. u.f, n6 aad 117 .AIJpleby A Helme, 133 Water. BKhanaD It Lyall, 54 Broad, .,.._. D, Delancey Goodwin & Co. to7 and 109 Wate< Hoyt l"lloma& & Oo.,-Pearl KIDae.:r Broa. lo&l West Broa4way Lor!Uird P. Iii Co., o6, B & ao Chambel'll. llc&lpiD D. H. & Co. oor. D 11114 '!'..: llWet Mn. G B & Oo. 91 Columbia Ptou.eer Tobacco Coapaay, 113 J'I'OIIt .4jtllll for ChewiiiJ!' and .S.ob"f nr. Hen A. Co. "5 _LibertY Welloo :Eller a Kaqpel, tto Poul Jltl6ftut.Jir & A rnbolz, 86 Mll4en LaM. Heilbrvuer, R-osenthal & Co., aM Second St. Jacoby S. & Co., -Chatbam Sq. & 5 .II 7 Doyer. Xallfm&allros. 4> Bandy, 109 ,..,,, Grand Iterb8 & Spiel!!, Bowery -Levy Bros. us &: 1:17 Broome Lichtenstein A. & Bro. 34 II Bowery Lichtenstein lhot. & Ce. 1168 Bowel)". Mendel M. W.lt; Bro, !11 !lowery tieubael. uoPearL Y._ V. Martine & Co,, 116 Ceclar Manuflford, Sherman "'Innls1 uo 'WUI!am Gomez Argulmban, 29 "'.l' 8. WlllKcA'Jidrew James o,. 5! Water Weaver & Sterry. >4 bedar. Manuftzc!urer's ,.,iZIIM,,.r b ida. Schiefl'elin W. H. & Oo., 1:70 a!lcl 172 Wi.lliaa. HIJ'IJamJ Ci!!tlf' Jitawr. 1'rle1 AieL &: Jlroa., 16 f011eae Place M'II'II/_Ut"'"" tt/ LictWiu Hillier'e :R. SoBS II Co., 55 Cedar. Weaver & Sterry, u Cedar Sud Leaf 1. o6aDCO r .. .... Jlensel J. Me]. Ill Co. 1271l r39 Water. 'Finke Charles, Water. Linde F. 0. & Co 14:1 Water. McAleer, & A. & Co., r48 Water Tohocco l'nuers. Guthrie&: Co., 215 Front. Tobace(} Hoodleas W. J. & Co., 22 Wilham. Ma,.u(acturW> of Cigar Bua. Erlohs H. W. 2y South. Henkell Jacob, '" & 295 Hoa.rOe. Strauss, S. I?Q Ill. a8t Lewis. Wicke William lr Co .. 153 Goerc:k. Cig"r B" (.fur 1111tl otlur H'ootb. D aly & Co., 163 Maiden Laue Czgar Ribllo < H_.,helmer & Maurer, u.it >4 N. Wllllalll. Lobt!nstein & Gans, tol Maiden l ane. 1 Wicke, Wm. & Co., SJl6I Goerck. A.lmlrall J.] ., 16 Cedar. Mauftrers of Ti-JI'oil, Croete J. ]., 38 Crosby& a6s II 165 Mulberry IPtwtrr oi T,',. Ftn'l. W ittemaDn Brotbers, 57 llaiclen Lane ,.. TDI>Mro .Baai"f. Howard, Sanger & Co., "'7 Cbambo"t To/>iJ53 South. & Gana.-aos Malden LaDe. MHitl p,., "" 3tt-.,._ Drown .A.. E F., !1 Lewis. Mlllluftv.INrw of M,../d.s, Boqfeldt !j, W. Harlem R.ll.. F'tDepot, Wblta MMli Bqr .Z.Denta R., 163 .East Fourth. l"lltml J,prned Tobacc11 Cuttw. &l1111eyFrancis S., 14r Weot Brdldway Wulalel11 Heury, 67 Thkd ave. "L pinJW Rllhia Eckmeyer & Co .S Broad and 48 New SQJIJc'J' 6'-CatntUs. Rua11i1D Americ:an Manufacturioa Co. ] A Lukanin, 14 Dey. lhd. ..... Wio7 .... Il'ttet'nal Rewnog BtJO#s, }ourgensen, C 37 Liberty. Foreirtc and lJN.Mr1. Sternberger, N. & S. PJaee. Mzn.-fdcturer of Fine, Lo![ and .Straight . Gt Cavmt{isfr.. Pecare Louis N. 71 john. Manufacturers o.J Metal and Wooden Show Fig-ures-Wit!; and Without Smok;ng-Aj;paratws. \Vm. & Co., sor Bmadway. .. MnufaGturcr of Slww Fizuru. Strauss S. [79 &: t8t Lewis. Dealers in Cigar Bo.z Ctdar. Eifer t John F., 291-295 Monroe. Uptegrove IJz Gedney, -475 East Tenth. Still Manu/_aci"M.Cr o.f the Ori'gl."1U1.l Grutt Seal. Emmet W. C. _.14 Pine. ALBANY N. Y. Manufa.;turors of Tobat:<1. Greerl.s A. Sons. Uu Broadway; BALTIJIOB.E. W artAoMuJ. A lbrecht P. A, ., German. lloyd W. A. & Co., 33 South. Dreael W. Dd Co., 37 Gay Gunther, L. W. 9 Soutb Gay Kerckboff a Oo.. 49 South Oharleo. Kremelbertr J, D, and Co. Loose C. & Co. South Charles. Merfeld & Kemper, u7 Lombard Parlett B. & Oo., 9 Lombard. 'Paul Wm. 17 South. Bcbroeder Joe. & Ce .. Br 'E .. hanre Place. Tate, Co., sa South Gay Wenck E. E., and 48 South Charles. Wlochmeyer Ed. & Oo.,30 South Calvert GieSt.e &: Niemann, 78 South Cha rlea: Hoffmall, l.ee & Co., 63 Exchange Plave. MA11M{11Ctwrt'1, ltl. Mar&nrg Brothers, 145 to '49 S. Chari" SL WUbDil H Co., _Bl West Pratt. Ptuurr of S.ti-Ltafl'tbMto, 'Becker Brothero, 91 Lomban!. s-ff Mll1f.U{acturwz. Starr R. &ICo. s South Calver D1.Urs itt Sukitt,c, Clu-ti"K tJnd aJUJ Cil'ars. Rosenfeld S. Kerckllo G. Co J4Q Charles Tob .1cco Fertilizers. Lorenh &. RittleT. BOSTO.. o-illi MtreU..u Hlyote 0. 0 .. 11 Central Wharf. Dealers in Hawna ;md Leaf To /Nuctl and Cigars. '--DaTeapert Len, 119 Broad. BREJIEJf, Germ-,.. CMnmissiorr Merohants. Fall01111taln IJz Sou. BBIDGBPOR.T, COJfX. Ptukws f Suli Hawes, E V.lr Water. BR.OO.u.YW;ll. Y. MNfa&Jwrvs Df TiHc(J(}. Fila! John F. lk Co.., 176 and Fint. M Zlnt G. W Pearl. Cipr MMJNfci'llt"n"6 &-;, CMi.r.ng aPUi SokiHz Cody S Brown's Br:ot. & Co 147 Mai-n B'UR.LINGTOJI, Vt. Tolu.:&o Mathews & Hickok. CHICAGO, m. WlulhMI Dir "'Sud Reimann A., 1'4 N. Canal. Du/m ;,. Leaf ToJ...u. d Citrr. Oaae S. 8. & C o I49 South Water tJ/ Cir,ars atul D .. ;,. TtWaec11. Maurer C F., 187 C ark. Dtltr i L<11f Tobateo Bandbatren BfO 17 Vest Randt.lph. Mt>CC8 ItujlctiOtt. Prape F. A. CJ,A BKSVILLJ:. oz-. J.l.f TotMCI> Bro .... s. Clart, H. & Bro. eo,.;ni(IJI Merclf11nt1. Pemberton & Penn. DAYTON, O. M'amiftM:t.rers uf Fbu-Cut and Snrultinr J baCC(}. CotteriH, Fenner & Co., 113-117 E Second. To6accD e,'vti1r. Hoe-len&: Pease, Thir4 St. and Canal. G G DAJ!fB'UR.Y, Coan. raves W. DETROIT, Jlioh. Manifactrt:rers tif Clt.ewing and SmokincTu6ncco. Barker K. C. & Co. '4 & 76 Jefferson ave. Parker, Holmes & Co., 4.9" 57 Jefferson Ave bnjorie-rs of Havana. a'IUi Paclurs 11/ Suti. Lea.f To!Jaecu. Lichtenberg G. B. & Co., 68 Congress st. East DIJIDIG'lJL, bulle Ci'g'a.r Campbell & Oo. DURHAM, N. C. Srlldi"t TobM Blackwell W. T. & Co EVA!fftVILLE, lad. CtmtMissiOn MHcll.ants. Moms C. ]. IJz Co. HA&TI'ORD. Ceaa. PtuAtrJ 11nd /J.alers. Banles &: Jerome, JJ6 State. Blshep, J. & Sons, 46 Market. Dix J. 8 Co., 217 State. Habbard N. a, Co., >45 State Lee State. X.O.don 5 Bidwell, u6 and 2:18 State, BbpMrd & Fuller, 1r4 State. BIMoo A. L. AP., li4 Main. Welles C .t Co l!i4 state. "Westphal Wm. 118 State HOPKIJ!fSVILLE, K7 To611cto B...Urs. Clart, M. H. & Bro. JAJIESVILLE, Wu. Packer ana JJeo.ler in S6l Lrtf. !'e..drlcb francis. LAJJCASTJ:Jl, Pa. in Llaf TO/Jacco. Schnbertb, C. c. Stiles II Frey, 61 and 68 Nortll Duke. LIVERPOOL, Baa Samueleon Edward & Co. 62 Dale llmytlle F W. II Co., ao Nortb jolla. -. L0111SVILLE. JlJ' Pluc Tbco Mrifmvrm. F1uzer J & Bros., '94'16 jaeob. MaufiUtUrt,.s of Ji'iiii!-Cut C/uwieg IJIUi Smoking Tohauo. R.oblnHII Ma!lnfactllrirlr Company. TJuzu c.,.;,,;,. MHCM..tl. Wlc:ta G. W & Qo., ro5 Kaln. Tobtuco B,.okefos. Callaway James F. Ninth and Market Guether Goo. F. !11eler, Wm. G. & Co., 561leventh. Nub, M:. B., n Main. in II itls of MMflur.nJ ToMce J_,rttd .ld Crzrs. Creon &r Mel.,., 101 Weat Maira. Dtlr ia Ltf TGHeo. r.., e. 1 F .. r T.llci b. Sum,.,. ,..,d Dai l'IICCOS, Wallace Jos. North Eleventb MtlnfactMrtrs of Scotc4 Ss"..f. Ste_.t, Balph & Co., 115 Arch Mafacr.rtrs if Cirrr llaU;belor Bros., 8o8 Market Dunn T.j. & Co., 15lb and V ine. Hildebrand & Klineenbertr. 37 North Seveath Stei.Der, Smih Bros. a. Knecht, :aas Bace. Theobald A. H., Tblrd aad Poplar. Wells & R o berts.. l'b.ird and Girard Ave. taf. NEW YORK, FEB. t6, 1876 NEW ADVERTISEIEJITS THIS WEEK. SIXTH PAGE. T. J. Dunn&: Co., Leaf Tobacco Commission Merdlants and Manufac turers of CigaTIB, Fifteenth and Vine Stre e1s, PhlladetpD.ia, Pa. SEVENTH PAGE. F. Haehnel and H. NonoaD'o Patent clrar Making P 0, Box J-477, New Orleans, La. N. R. Ansado, Importer of Licorice Mass, 12 O l d Slip, New York. SUBSCRIPTIONS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. The following firma have kindly consented to recei..e Subscriptions and Advertisements for T H& LEAF : AKSTERDAB, HOLLAND,-Messn. SCHAAP II VAN VJ::EN, Tohacco Brokers. .IJITWERP, BELGJUJ!I,-Mr VICTOR FORGE, Importer of Leaf Tobacco, Rue des :as. Jb.LTIM:ORE M:D.-M essn. ED. WISCHMEYER & CO., Commis sion Merchants and Dealen iu Leaf, Plug Tobuco cn.d .Ciprs, 39 South Calvert-Street. .. BREl!IBl!l, GERM:Al!nf .-Messrs. F ALLENSTlUN & SON, Tobacco Commiuion Merchants. CHICAGO, U.L.-Mr. H ENRY H. ADAMS, Tobacco and Claar Manu facturers' Agflllt, 8 La'ke Street. Cll!IClNNATI, OHIO.-F. A. PRAGUE, Leaf Tobacco lnspectaf Tobacco Broker!ll. LANCASTER, PA.-C. G. SCHUBERT!J,..Deal. Eleve yhrs of plea.s ant, fraternal intercourse between its representatives and the great industrial interest, with wh ich, as chroniclers of its a ::hieve.ments, they have been so long identified, are recalled in its yarled pages as spread before its many readers to day. How profitably to both patrons and purveyors t}lose years been spent is attested in the liberal and never failing support wh ich has uniformly been accorded on the one side, and the apparently successful efforts made to be worthy of that support on the other. To those who have noted,the career of this jour!Jal from its oligin in x865 to the present time, no other tt-stimony than is furnished by its own record is needed to a.ssure them of the elevation of its aim, or. of the earnestness of its endeavor to faithfully serve the bests interests of the Tobacco Trade, and the Tobacco Trade in its entirety. And to those who, are unfamiliar with its his(ory, a glance at its crowded columns of advertisements will show the estimate in which.. its are heJd by those in whose behalf it has been accustomed to labor. We +nnot say-who can honestly say that of human ambition?-that we have eit-her a:s to our aim or our obligation, all that we sought or wished at the outst:t to accomplish. B'!,! that our progress has been steadily in the direction of our high ideal is manifested not only in the greater brettdth of our achievements from year to year, as compared with earlier advance& made; but also in the growing popu larity"of THE LEAF, as indicated by increasing patron-age from day to day, Maufcturers of Fine Cigus. Freebie A. M., 64 Nerth Front of lUI SMfJki,.r The past year has been one of exceptional pifficulties as affecting business enterprises of almost every kind and degree, and yet THE ToBACCO LEAF, notwithstand ing this conceded fact, has enjoyed its usual run of pros perity during the entire period of depression, and at this time is as g)l!uerously sustained by its patrons as it has ever been at any time during of its existence. This agreeable circums,!Jlnce is .not re ferred tj> for .the purpose of boastfully contrasting its good fortune with the lot of other business enterprises fated to reach a less favorable conclusion. It is done Hickman, & Co., tu-tS Carter. P SJitr&GH. P,. Mm:uftJcturer of &11d/. WeJ1116n 6ti Bro., 79 and I t'!mith6el4. Manujtu,.ers "E:rcelsitw .Spu.. Rll'' Gird Other Tobaccos. Jenkinson R. & W., >87 Liberty. Deakrs in Domutic rmd Havasa Llaj To-6aceo. Maul & Grote, 323 Liberty QUDfVY; ILL Manufacturers of Plug Gem City Tabacco Werks i E, H Turner, Prea.; M. Goodman, Sec.; M. Heideiich, M:anapr. R.IVHJIOlfi) Commi11io" MtrtUIIts. Nolting's Son A. 'w., T0baccoExchauge. l Wiae James M. & Pelton, :17 Thirteenth. Leaf "'lobacr.o Broll R. &; T., 1 8 > Sta{e. !Jtltr in Leaf Tohr fl. lloaely D E., Mill &All l'&AMCU CO. The Consolidated Tobacoo C o. of CaliforuiaJ .E. Sri.igt. Agent, )'rout SPB.INGFIELD, 111-. Smith H. & Co., so Hampden ST, LOUIS, Jlo, Tob4CCrJ #YtJrcllouuJ. Dormlt.JerC, & R &. Co., raa Market. Toluuco Commurirm MerckantJ. Wall, Bel1in &; Day, 510 North Second. Buyers Tobacc(}. Von Pbul. & Ladd, 13 North Main Tohacco Brohr Bayne&J.E., 27 South Second Jt. Y M..M/Mtilrtrof Fiu Clu C.U."&'-.S.Iiit To,_., Pl"""' W' alter B. WAREHOUSE POil!fT, Co-. Ptu_lhll C. a rather with a view illustrate more clearly than could, perhaps, be done by other means, the character of the relations subsisting between the members of tqe Tobacc. o Trade and their accredited organ It rnay be doubted if as much be said of any other purely trade jour nal in the country. Seldom or. never, we may truthfully assert has a trade interest destrved more in return for conti:uous favors ; and seldom, feel assured it will be adn1itted, has a more sincere desire than the one exhibi-ted by THE LEAF been manifested by a represc!nta tive trade j durnal .. to earn the. approval and distinction which it has succeeded in permanently securing. When;referring to the labors and projects of THE LEAF it has not generally been our custom, .as is usually the case with other journais on similar occasions, to indulge in glowing promises of what we intended to do in the future. Our pastrecord, it seemed to us, always was an ample guaran!J that no element of practical worth or utility calculated to enhance the value oJ our paper as an exponent of tradf' operations and trade opinions would fail to receive consideration at our hands. Our aim from the first had been to appropriate and pre sent in our columns all:that was in arly degree useful and to reject all that was in any degree valueless or pre. judicial. With recurring we feel that we have derived from the experience of the previous one an-increased capacity for meeting the various FRED'K D .eBARY & CO., 41 d: 43 'W'arren Street, New York, SOL E ACENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE EL DE GALES C:: I G.A. R S :J MANUFACTIJB.ED AT THE KEY WEST BRANCH OF THE CELEBRATED EL PRINOIFIIi I)Jso GALES B.AN11-PACTORY OF RA.VA5A. KEY. WEST /HAVANA-CIGARS. SEIDENBBRG d: CO., 84 and 86 READE STREET, NEW Proprietors of the ROSA ESPANOLA FAC,TORV. KEY WEST AND IMPORTED CIGARS, .. ._ 26 Oed.arStreet, f indenti;:;g, or im-. oumal for the current year will be better in some m a leg1ble and du.rable manner. J T!urd. That the regulatiOn that the name and restthan It was m the year IS dence of eac:h cigar-maker be regi!otered, etc., be abol-In the column at the head of th1s article w1ll be seen. ished, and instead thereof that each manufacturer be a partial list of the names of our rerular market corre-required -to make returns of the number of cispondents rt;sident at the principal to bacco centres.In makers employed by htQl. l addition to the valuable services heretofore rendered by Fourlk. That the regulation prescribing mode of can h aentlenien iP. keeping us advised of the cellation of. stamps be a!Dended by out t ese ., 11 words '' the use of a stenc1l plate of brass or copper m operations in the markets to which they severa Y which there shall be .cut not less than three-fourth" of attached, they are now authorized to act as our agents, an inch each side of the sta.mp oo the box," and and as such will receive suhscriptions and advertise. inserting instead thereof "not less than six waved lines ments for THE TOBACCO LEAF. Other arrangements Cf their unwillingness or inability to do so. All tbe recommendations embodied in the memorial received the unanimous approval of the meeting which adopted it, and which was hel d on December 2i. There may be, though we have not heard of any, one or two suggestions that will prevent a similar unanimity elsewhere, but generally, we believe, the memorial com mends itself to the acceptance ef the trade in whose in terest it was devised. as the objects sough I

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' 1.1HE TOB d. C{JO, LEAF FEB. 16. BY THE ERIE RAILROAD-Sawyer, Wallace & Co, :zs fillers and wr appers; 138 cases common Ohto seed 75 hhds; R. L. Mattland & Co., r do; J. }i. Moore & Co., at $z.oo@3 90, r8 at oo@s 7S, 2 0 a t r do; D J Garth, Son & Co, 83 do; B i akemore, Mayo ro at oo@9.90 ; 13 at $ro.25@r3 .00 2 at $ r5 oo@ & Co., 21 do; Ottmger Brothers, 9 do; Ptoneer Tobacco I9.00. t J bit & b tam e d a re all pratseworthy and and inasm u ch, more o ver, as 1t ts now pretty certain no tm" peduuent need be feareu tn the Office of Internal Revenue, an effort should at once be made to secure thei'n. MINOR EDITO.RIALS PoLICE ITEMS -The cigar manufactory of Peter Ntchol, No. 1,638 Thtrd avenue, was entered by thteves dunng the absence of the propnetor, and Havana to bacco to the value of stolen OuR MARKET RnoRTs.-We pomt wtth pleasure to the fullness and excellence of our market repo;ts, local, interior andforeign. Tbe report to this number from pur J..ouisvtlle correspondent, who is always admiralile especially m terestmg. --BUSINES S FAILURE.-Springfield,Mass.,February I I -Ehhu B elden, of Whately,tobacco ,grower and dealer,bas failed wtth ltabiltties to the! amount of of which $27,ooo il1 secured by mortgagH. His assets aver the mortgaged property are only $r,ooo. WE STERN LEAF DURING }ANUARY.-The gain of sales m January over the same month m r875 is a very encouragmg exh1b1t for our New York market and may prove to have ushered in a not unprofitable twelve month. If, as one of our leading frtends very properly suggests, buyers will act prudently and not spot! the prospect of a iOOd year," the bnghtest anticipations may be reahzed. t CLINTON, BOWNE1 ET AL.-The case under this title, or 1t, involving questions of fact concern ing the sale some time ago of about s,ooo pounds of smoking tobacco, tried m Brooklyn dunng the week, be fore Judge G t lbert, was concluded, but the deciston was deferred. I TRUNK MER.CH'ANTS.-This is the appellation faci tious ly g t ven by somebody to the numerous arri ving in this city almost daily with "Saratogas" of various stzes shapes, and colors, fitted with samples of tobacco wh1ch they are destrous ohelling. As tl\is is a free country, tt 1s not necessary to htre stores and in cur other local expenses to sell goods If one has a gen. ius for trYnks and traveling. --ExPORTING DoMESTIC CIGARS.-We have reason to state posttr vely, that the apparently knotty problem of bow domestic ctgars can be exported under the regula tions mcid.ent to our internal revenue law without dis. closing thetr or1gin (?) is 1n a f-air way toward a solution that wilt be satisfactory to the cigar trade. No change io the law ts needed. In our next tss11e we shall prob ably be able to give particulars. A Kxw PHILADELPHIA FIRM -Moore & Hay is the firm name of a new copartnershtp recently established at No. 35 North Water Street, Philadelpllia, as packers and commission dealers in Seed leaf, and importers of Havana tobacco. Mr Moore well and popularly known, through h11 conoecttOII with the old house of S. Moore &; Co., and later as connected wtth the house of Gad, AX & Kuchler, of ,this city, and Mf. Hay has acqutred abundant popularity by h11 former idenllficat10n as partner with the sterling old firm of L. Co. of Philadelphia. McFALL & LAWSON.-l'he conducted since the death of Mr. Hogan by Mt.. cbll alone., .tbPu&h retaining the old firm name of McF.all & Hoga n, manu(acturers of West Cigars, and. propnetbrs of the "EL CLUB 1) YArE" Factory, as also, deal era m manufactured tC'bacco, No. 3 Murray Street, this city, will hereafter be known under the style I of McFall & Lawson, Mr. Lawson havmg been recently admitted as a partner. To an already good and w e ller.tabhshed house the new member bnngs rn both capital and business capacity. Mr. McFallts at present m Havana, temporanly aUendmg there to the lll;terests of the finn OuR HAvANA CoRRRSPONDENCE.-As this is the season when our le admg .::.pamsh tobacco houses send rep resentattves to Havana to report on the market obtatn correct mformalion regardmg the new crop ,make purchases, etc, we sliould be glad to hear from auy of those no N in Cuba, who may be able to g1ve us facts re gard!llg the actual state of affarrs ui .the ever faithful Isle." Our own spec1al correspondents ke'!p us thor oughly posted as to markets and crops, but there are still many disputed poi..,.ts as to the effect of the rebelbon on the 31ncultural' i odustr,y of the tsland, regard ing whtch some trustworthy mformat10n would be ac ceptable. AGAIN IN TROUBLE.The never-to be crushed 'fscan. 'lial 'Is a gam flauntiRg itself on the other siJe of the ferry. When tt shall hne been raked up afresh. by P l ymouth Church we are promtsed sbll another official mvesngation, maugurated by tile Cosgregattonal breth.ren m the E a stern Slates. We do not know that our tobacco fnends who hve in Brooklyn are any more to be ptued 1han those whom the scandal bores through the newspapers elsewhere. Even the wilds .of the far West are not too remote to altogether escape th1s champ1 oo nuisance of the nmeteen t}l century, anli tt mav well be doubted whether any accident of life that removes one out of ear-shot of the dtlicusston of thts sphmx like nddle should not be welcomed as a blesswg m d:Sgutse." THE BROADWAY FIRE.-Messrs. Kaufmann Brothers & Bon dy, dealers and importers of Smokers' we regret to state, \\ere sufferers by the fire m Broad way on Tuesday evenmg last. They occupy the three upper floors of the building corner Gra11d anu Crosby and thetr stock was valued at over hs,ooo. They state that their goods were soaked before they co11ld be covered, and believe that their loss would prov e almost a total one. They are msured for $67,soo 10 the followmg companies : LIVerpool, London and Globe, S2o,ooo, Wtlhamaburgh C tty,$2,500; West chester, h,soo; Q..ueens, and Traders', ; Glen Falls, $2,500; Royal Canadian $r-e,ooo; Impen, al $s,ooel'; Briush and North Amer. : can, $to,ooo Hamburg and Bremen, $7,soo. 1he 'oth.er losses along Grand Street smaller, the dam age 10 all the cases being by smoke and water Tbe but ldings were owned by Mrs. Mlihgan F. HAEHNE L AND H. N )RMAN' S CIGAR MACHINE. A.ttentlon i s d i rected to the advertisement on another page descriptive of a ctgar.makmg machme des1gnated as F. Haehnel's patent, and now m successful operatton in New Orleans. The mt'nts of this macniae are kt)Or.vn to us only as communicated by persons who have ,been favorably impressed by witnessing its operations but the t e stimony regarding 1t, we are at liberty 'to say: has been umformly comanendatory Among other points appareBtly m ttf> favor, rmay be mentioned the fact dts: closed by the cut accompanytng the descnpt10n, that the machme S compactly and strongly butlt, and pos sesses 11uch mechamcal charactenst1cs as make tt look hke a sctenufic and not like a baby s toy, 1\S !sales of Seed leaf have again been qutte satisfactory, the total reaeh,ng r,6 so cases, against 1,608 cases prevtousl.y Teported : The first fortmght thus gtves prom'istng mdications for the business of the month. 'For export the inquiry was better than at our former writing The .New En6land of F ebruary 12, ob serves : "A cigar manufacturer says he prefers a leaf of me dium wtd t h to the Connecticut broad leaf, because the latter has too large vems which rup too nearly at right angles w il h the stem to work to the bes t advantage. Sev e ral Hatfield farmers have grown f r om one-half to one and a half acres each of, Havana tobacco for severa l years, a n d sold a t good pnces. Stx acres were ratse d 111 Westfield, m o s t ly wan commercial fertilizers, and proved of poor quality; but the Hatfie l d growers have :>Ucceed e d by the ltber a l apphcatton of s t able manure 10 obt .aming a growth of from I,2oo to 1 8oo pounds per ac r e, whTch :;weat well, packed 400 pounds to the case m c;ases about 38 mches long. It tS set thicker than common tobacco, the leaves start a httle dtstance from the ground, are very fine, and the c ;op is nearly all wrappers. Conway-__..__ has -Mid his fine cro{".of to bacco to L e vy & N e wga s s of New York, amounting to 14,685 pounds, the product of stx and three quarters acres. Bloomfield, Ct.----has sold the first lot of to bacco from Bloomfield for I7 cents aad 6, but most of the farmers wtll wat t awh t le before selhng at that pnce. ---sold one and one half acres toba1:co t o --for 2 s cents. West Hartford, Ct----sold h i s tobacco for 26, ro and 4, to a leadmg firm m Hartford. Hartfo r d,Ct.----bo 'ught ---'s tobacco for 25, 6 a.oa 3 Wmdsor, Ct----sold his tobacco to -, of Hartford, for 8 and 4 -Menden, Ct----has sold his crop to ---for 26 and 6; ---to the same for 20 and 5 Messrs. Charles E Ftscljer & Brother, TobacctJ Bro kers, 13r Water Street, report as follows concermng Seed Leaf and Havana Tobacco.-" The demand lor export and home trade has kept up pretty well dunng the past week ; prices underwent no change and the quantity sold eqnals that of the two prev1olls weeks Sales of Connect r cut tobacco were very ltght, not over 290 cases havtng changed hands, mcludmg crop 1873 wrappers at zs@.ioc.; crpp 1874, low at ro@rc;c. and r87o crop a t all of wh1ch for home trade. Of Mtzssachusetts, 400 cases mostly runntpg lots of the 1874 crop Wtrc: taken, at for low assorted f o r export, and 9@ r:zc. for better lots for home trade was paid. In Oltto the total ssles foot up to 340 cases at 8}!!@9c. for runnmg lots, crop r873, ro@I3c. for wrap pers lots do, and 6 U @7 for assorted lots of the I874 crop, all of whtch Wtth the exception of about roo cases wrapper:s was placed for shipping The ir..qutry for Penns ylvama was a very hmtted one, sales not exceed mg ISO cases, of whtch so cases 1873 crop, low grades and fillers at 12@15C. for the former, and for the latter, and 108 cases crop 1874 on private terms. New York State met wuh a fatr demand, pnnctpally for export. Sales of about 300 mostly all cro p of r874 were effected at for common and 9@nc. for better lots. No change to report IR the market for Wzse-onsm-sales about Ioo cases low assorted at 7@ Includi01g Ioocases sun9J'tes, the total amount of sales made comes up to I,6so easel!, of which 750 cases for sh1pj)lng" Spattzsll-" In Havana a fair demand extsts for the 1874 crop whtch meets wtth more favor on account of t'ne poor qualtty of the 187 5 and gloomy prospect of the 1876 crops. Sales reachmg 700 bales at 88c@$ r 277fc. The latter pnce was pa1d for a lot containmg about one thtrd fine wrappers In thts arttcle more busmess would be done 1f t h e general stock of tobacco here contatned more desuable qualtttes." Manufa c tured-A fan business was done tb Caven dtsh tobacco. Both in export and taxpatd goods more activity was observable. Among the shtpments we note quite a quannty for the West Indies, embracmg chiefly bright assortu1ents, on whtch the inqutry seemed to run. For retail jobbers report an average demand, with a rather better feeltng among buyers; that ts, better in that It was more hopeful, as tf the dullest part of the wmter were both passed and discounted. Buyers still entertain their own opinions as to' what ought to be the range of prices fQr goods that are readily available, but the knowledge, now genera1, that leaf of substance IS not as abundant as could be wtshed m the new crop makes them less assertive and tenactous than they oth erwise migbtfbe. Appearances favor the idea tliat whatever dtverstty of opimon may now o:-x1st bet 'I'! een those who buy and those who sell wtll not be of long duratton, not at any time hereafter. any more than at present, particularly noteworthy. The ttmes and the condtuons cons tdercd, the respective not10ns of the fitness of thmgs are not wtdely amut. Smoking-For smokmg tobad:o the demand has coDtinued steady. The localmquiry may have been a tnfie bnske than at our last wrtting, but from the tn terior or remote sections, whence orders are received, no apparent mcrease in the amount of goods usually called for was perceptible. Cigars-What was said last week in this column of the ctgar market is applica'ble now, there havmg been no change to elicit special remark. Business ts reported as moderately good and the demand as embracmg all grades as usual. Gold. opened at II3JS and closed at I Forezgn Exchange.-Messrs M. & S Sternberger, Ba:tkers, report as follows -Exchange market rather quiet. We quote :-Bankers, ROII11Dal rates ;o.re and 490 for 6o days and Sterlmg respectively; Selling rates, 486 for 6o days, for demand; Com mercial, 6o days, 484. Parts-Bankers, 3 days, SIIJi; 6o days, SIS; Commercial 6o days, Retchs marks-Bankers, 3 days, 6o days, Commer cia!, 6o days, 94r.(. Freigllts-Mes srs. 'Carey & Yale, Freight Brokers, report Tobacco Fretghts as follows :-Liverpool, per steam, 40s., per satl, 35s, London, per steam, 40s, per sat!, 3os.; Glasgow, per steam, 4os.; Bristol, per steam, 40s ; Havre. per steam, 45s ; Antwerp, per steam, 47s 6d BrP.men, per steam, 42s.6d Hamburg, per steam, 37s.6d. .OIIJ.'IGB. Growen of oeed lea! tobacco are c autioned a@:UIItt oepUBI tl:;. reported .alca tnd quotationa of aced leaf u Nrllllhma the prrcea that should be obtamed for t!lem at 6nt l:.and, u tbreler ill moat iaatanccs to old crops wh1ch have been held nearl y a year, and the pcolit 00 which mua< natunlly 111Ciude tbe mcereot on capital In-ted. 'Growen cannot expect even m the cue of DOW cropo, to aell them JOr the aame prlcea u are obt:uned on a 1 e-ule bae. Of cuune e>y re-a ale m IUt be at an advance, and therefore tbe pnce obtainable by the p11Wen will always be aomewbat lower ta&D our quotauoru. QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE PRICES. w.,,.,.,._Llght loaf c1L Wrapper Lota ... ..... 14 @16 Oommo11 to MQOd 1118 5 @ 8 p,...,.,.,.,.,.,-<::rop 1&7s 14 @18 C ommon lea f : ...... t @11 0.4w-Croo 873 Modlnm........... .... 12 li9 Runntna Lota .......... 8 X @10 Good ..... .. .... 1 o f} A N..., Y ...... S.I4J--crop 1S,a &lid 181J FIDe........ .. .. .. 16 @ 19 KunniDJr Lou ..... .. .. 189 ISel eotions .. D('lne "'""'"'lit-Crop d7J. LI.moo led .. ...... do FiDe 4o 95 I 05 Medium l ea.!.. .. .. ..... u @15 "o SRAPS .......... ?() @ Good............ .. 14 (<6 Extra Fine .... ... 1 15 @ 1 :16 Fwe ... ..... ... .... 16 @19 Yara,l and 11 Cut, ...,orted, SS @90 Se lectlona .......... ;!!!! 11oae Jfirg>nlll-Afatlu/ralot r.oi.-111 Bondi Tu 241 eta Wrappero, brig h t ao @135 per pound do fancy... .. ..., l'll1mdi-88JGII'Z. do. darli. .. 14 Exb e .. .. .. f @841 8mok8rs. br1gbt..... Jo Faae .. ... oo @40 Lugs._ .... .... 6"' Good .. .,............... 211 @30 O A..,-l.II or to g ood com. 5 &!J7 Ml!dinm .. .. .. .. ... .. 28 @30 B rown and Greentah. 7 <17 C,OIDDM'D .... .. aO Mediumod8nered ... a @1o LiRbtP.reaoed,enraiDe 'Q @ill Com. to med. apo.n g la.l 7 @ 9 Ltght 1/reaed, llc.o .... 311 (iii'O Pine ll)'&llglea to yellow 10 (lvww N 4 d 8 @30 U.,P.r .. 6-" @2S avy, "" ...... 215 @ 30 Gouudieaf new 3 Who Pocke tPJ.ecea. 25 @30 ... B r!gbt l'wlst ( Val Lllnch :Ill (q)(01 Q.uobl&lo.., ror a ...... r To. G<>ld Ban, 61Dch ss @841 baeeoa Md .. bla -Bo J&Oag h II: lleody .. .. 30 @40 'l'Nde. BLAC K N""f l'bundi-PIIlo ....... :15 @ :Ill Medium .. .. ...... 110 @26 N114V Pouttlla...., ftirdo-FiDe .. ,jl @ 18 tS,r and rS,3 Fillers .. .. .... ..... 1-" 9 Seconds .............. u 15 Common Wrappers 825 Good W rappen .. .. .. 5I @ 4 5 Qtu>r!..-l'bundi.-Fine 21! @2tlo Selection s so @65 lioori 20 d Seconde-Crop cfi874 ; 15 @ ao Common t o medium 18 Fillers-Crop 1874 .. 1 @ 8 Fl-"" Fours.... .. 19 @21! M tusMI UUIIII-crop 187 1 aad 1.87' Pocl..'ttPi.tcU u @26 FUle,.. .. .. .. .... 1 @ II Ntgronc> ueo.... F G t:IIJ!bcaa e s ... 28J> EXPORT QUOTATIONS. ... 29.1> &--M tu8 -crop 1870 G & f" .. ... .. 2 1 Wrappers ... ...... 8"/i9 o "WalliS Es." teo Ilia. net.. 2 9 Running Lota. 7Jt@ 9 I C y L 'a"... . ... 28 Second and fillen- Ynurr&a" .. 26 Crop .s,.,... .. .... 7 7 X Z A :l8e ll>s .. .. .... 20 Ctm 1Y Ma.v-Crop J 8 7a .aDd 1 87..3. M F ... 20 Ftlte r s 6 (!16)i R. :R.. "'. ao .... 2 0 p ,,.n&yW.n.,._Cmp .a, a uw. S .... 11 Ru.nJU.Di L ots @IS "G 8. ............... IMPORTS. The arrivals at the port of New YoPc, from foreign ports for the week endtng February IS, mcluded the fol lowmg consignments :' ANTWERP-A C. Lamotte, I pkge tobacco GLASGOw-Austm, Baldwm & Co. ISO bxs tobacco p1pes; x Bulkley, M-oore & Co, 27 do ; D J Garth, Son, & Co. l)ew cuttmg tobacco at for trash, lug!! and r do ; G Salomon & Co r do E Spmgarn & Co 28 leaf; t box new at $2 oo. do M. R Cust c rs8 do, C E H azard, 2 do; C A. HOPKINSVILLE, K v ., Fehuary S -Messrs M Whttney & Co. so do Order, 9 hhds, !16 pgs. H. Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, repo;t :_: BY ,THE NEw YoRK AND NEw HAVEN STEAMBOAT Recetpts since last report, 239 hhds to date 2 355 bhds LINE -Joseph Mayer' s Sons, 99 cases; A. L. & C L same!ttme in r874, 94 8 hhds. this l8e>hhds; Holt, 14 do; A Stem & Co., 9 do, E M Berger, S do; to date I,9 3 7 hhds; same time in 1 3 74 44 8 hhds. Wtth L. & E Werthetmer, 25 do; Wm. M. Pnce, z do, the exceptiOn of some litttie irregulanty on lugs our Herbst & Van Ramdohr, 2 do; Chas .. F. Tag & Son, market remained much the same as Jastweek, and prices 65 do, E. Rosenwald & Brother, 24 do, Bunzl & D?rare unchanged. We quote :-Common to medium lugs, muzer, 27 do Lev y & Neugass, I9 do, J S Fauie d, to 5c ; good to fine lugs, sU to common leaf, 9 do; A Oatman, 6 do' H. Falkenstetn, 22 do j M 7 to medtum leaf, 9 to IICj good leaf, to Abenhe1m & Co, 8 do fine leaf, I3 to 14c; selections, to ISC Tobacco Bv THE NEw YoRK AND HARTFORD STE-':MB)AT LINE is coming m quite freely co11s 1dermg the bad condttton of -E R@8.so; qo common to medmm leaf, 9 do fair to good, p oo@14 oo; do selecuons, rs oo@2o.oo, do stems mort to fine, 2 oo@4.oo. Imported th1s week-203 hhds Maryland, 43 bhds Ohio, 12 hhds Kentucky; 4 hhds V1rgu:ia; to t al, 262 hhds. Cleared same penod On s t P.amer Bremen:-z6s hhds Mary land; u8 hhds Vugmta 146 hhds Kentucky Leaf, 207 hhds PADUCAH, Kv, s.-Messrs. M H. Clark Vtrgmta stems, 6 hhds Kentucky stems a11d 29 cases & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report ;-Receipts seed leaf. Bark to Bremoo: 56 hhds Maryland smce last report 4Jt> hhds to date, I,839 bhds. Sales leaf and 99 cases seed leaf; to West Indtes, 3 hhds leaf 440 hhds; to date, 1,798 hbds. RejectiOns, '27 hhtis. tobacco. .Hoth the order and quahty were som-hat better thi.a TIJIJacco week. The market was higher for all grades, but very Stock on hand m State tobacco ware Irregular. We quote :-Common lugs, good houses and on shipboard not cleared lugs, comn10n leaf, medium Jan. I, I876...... ____ .... ____ 12,386 hhds leaf, go01l!eaf, fine and selections, Inspected thts week ... ..... ---------262 hhds lnspe<;ted prevwusly thiS year.I097 khds PHILADELPHIA, February 14.-Mr. A R FouTotaL.--------------------. 13,745 hhda Exports of Md. and Ohto smce Jan. I ------___ ...... ____ 2,762 hhda Shipped coastl\ltse same period soo hhds. geray, Manufacturers' Agent reports :-Business in Manufactuttd Plug T()/Jacco the last week moved along very sluggtshly with appar"ntly nothing to the commereta! honzon to mdicate that spnng would open with the usual busmess prospects, wht ch 1s generally lo0ked for at that season of the year. Yet, notTotal. .. "---------""---3, 2 63 hhds. withstanamg these gloomy forebodings, and the addiStock in warehouses this day and on ship-board not clear.,d --_--__ -----.10,482 hhds. Manuflctured Tobacco.-There IS a moderate de mand for all goods, particularly low pnced, stock of which is very much redured. Recetved by B. & 0. R. R. from Danvtlle, 331 boxes, 19o caddies: and from Lynch burg, 776 bxs, 341 caddies; per Richmond steamers, r,554 pkgs; and per Norfolk steamers, 5 pkgs. CINCINNATI, Febroaty 12.-Mr. F. A. Prague, Leaf Tobacco Inspector, reports :-The business done in Leaf Tobacco the past week shows a large mcrease over any prevtous week f1n the past three months. Holders of old stock of cuttmg lt:af have generally con cluded that the future does not offer mu<.:h inducement for further delay, and are gradually closmg out, at prtce s now current. Receipts ot new have been qutte hberal, but only a few hhds of the better gradeS of cutting leaf have appeared. No change 10 Oho seed. The Iota! oflerings at auction for the week were 677 bhds and 3IS boxes, as follows:-At the Bodmann Warehouse, I74 hhds and I6r boxes: -154 hhds cuttmg tobacco: 105 hhds old al $7.oo@ 23 25. 49 hhds and 10 boxes new at $4.oo@I7.oo for common smokers to fine cutting leaf; to hhds and boxes new West Vuemia, at $2.oo@n.5o for common llonal fact that dealers are pltrchasm' only for daily wants, still the pnce,s of rehabl e stanrlard oods are well mamtained, while mediUm and low grades are ofl'ereli in the market at below cost of manufacturmg A con Siderable portion, however, 1s new stock and unrehable. &ecetpts fro m all sources, 705 boxes, 7:z8 515 cases, :z:z kegs, 878 pails Exported to Europe '1114 steamers, rso three-quarter boxes. Tobam1-Both the receipt and sale of seed leaf for domestic purposes, to show signs of gradualtmprovement, and what is still more encoura2' ing, the pt.rchasmg commumty are using excellent JUdg ment tn their selection of leaf, and buymg only what they want, thereby atdmg a speedy return of a health.J condttton of busmess. Whtle It IS true only a moderate amoum of busmess is bemg done in companson to other years, il is also true that the trict adherance to the sys tem seemingly adopted by both dealers and manufacturers must result m an mcrease of a he a lthy and more sattsfactory lteceipts past wet;k 1-316 cases Connecticut, 178 cases Pennsylvama; 2os cases Ohto, Bz cases of New York State seed, 91 cases Wtsconsin, 2S3 bales of Havana, and 316 hhds of Western leaf, wilh sales for home consumptiOn ; 245 cases Connecticut, 205 cases of Pennoylvania, 67 cases of Ohio, 35 New York Stare, 38 Cf.Ses Wisconsin, rg6 b1lles SKILES & FREY Packers and Dealerstin Pea.JU17lvania Leaf 'robaooo, 81 and 88 Korth Duke St., LIUiOa1:ter, _.._..., ;r-.... --..... ......

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I FEB. 16 of Havana. For 111a steamers to Europe of Western leaf, 453,765 pounds. RICHMOND, February 12.-Mr. R.A. !dtlls,Tobacco Broker and CommiSSIOn Merchant, 1eports :-Our receipts and offerings are hberal, but are comprised prin cipally of cemmon and medtum dark lugs and leaf m soft order. But very little tobacco yet on the market suitable for shipment except bnght wrappers fillers for immediate use. Below I gtve the transactions and quotations. The transactiOn& were 738 hhds, 197 trcs and 41 boxes. I 'luote: Manufa ctunng Tobacco Lugs, common to medium dark workmg, $3@4; good do do, sun cured, common, do do good, 5@7; coal cured, common, 7, ilnd 9;, do do bright smokerl1, Io@15; do do fancy_ do, 18@30. Leaf, common dark workmg, med1um do do, 6@8; good doo do, 9@ 1 o, fine and wrapping, 1 r@ 13 ; sun cured, 8@1o; yellow wrappers, common, 15@2o; yellow wrapp!!rs, medium to extra, Sh1ppmg Tobacco-Lugs, very common and heavy we1ghts, 4@5: good, 6@7. Leaf, Eoghsb shlp pmg, nommal; con:mental sh1ppmg, do. Stemmmg Tobacco-Leaf, common, S@7 good, 8@1o, fine, u, I2 and 13. ST. LOUl.S, F.{llruary 9.-Mr. J E. Haynes,-dealer in Leaf Tobacco, repo1 ts :-Received 144 hhds agamst 127 the previous week. Tbe market remams unchanged for lugs ani. low grades leaf, which constitute _the greater portion of the effenngs; but there more wquuy for the better grades of both f

sted lugs. Under mflu ence of tllls demand and reduction of stock, pnces for leaf grew 4@5 pfenmgs higher and for lugs 1@3 pfen nigs h1gher ; parcels o f mediUm to fine leaf assorted of the '74 crop commanded 75@8o pfennigs, while same grade '7 3 crop ranged about 1 o pfenmgs lower. Frosted lugs brought 29 pfennigs. Clarksville lugs and low leaf 45 pfenmgs. Good scraps sold at.2S pfenn.gs. Stock, January IJ,m first hands 7 so hhds. Stems-'.fhe princ1pal feature wer of the firm of Bill & Brother, To-day mornmg. The loss 1s $Js,ooo ; insuTance, $9,000 bacco Factors, Broad Street, New York. on the buildmg, and f,rs,ooo on stock -A few mornmgs No details are given further than that he f ell a VIctim smce a fire was dtscovered on the fifth floor of the five to the malignant Roman fever, whiCh has been unusustory brick bu!ldmg, No 99 Water Street R S Place, ally fatal on the Contment this wmter, and that hts body scew-bolt manufacturer, occupymg the first, second, has been embalmed and will be brought here by Ham-and third floors, had h1s stock damaged '$6,ooo. H. W. burg steamer whtch sa 1Jed from Havre on the 12th mst Encks, c1gar-box maker on the fourth floor, had Ius Mr Btll, 10 company wtth his elder brother, Charles stock and machmery damaged S6,ooo; msured in the E Btll, had satled from New York m November, m the Frankhn CoJlilpany for The bUJidmg, owned by best of health and spirits, intendmg to enjoy a short R. S. Place, was damaged '$4,ooo; insured.-R. S. pleasure tour on the Contment, and to retu 1 n 10 Place's screw bol t manufact ory, and H W. Enck's cigar March. The dull prospects of busmess durmg the wmbox facto:y, at 499 Water street, were burned out Sunday ter months hads.uggested the opportumty for th1s tnp, last. Loss, ______ and recuperatiOn from the effects of some senous bronCORRESPONDENCE OF THE RICHMOND DISPATCH, Dan chia] tro.Jbles from which Mr. Charles E. Bell had retile, Va., February 4 r876.-The mternal revenue cently.recovered, prompted them to ava1l themselves of from dtst!lled spmts for last month amounted to $322 .20; this penod of promised leisure, and under favorable from hcen under th1s dlspl!'n1 874 the stood thus: 3,86o,59 9 pounds, $827, satwn of Providence; and pa_rtJcularly for h1s oereaved 513 48; average, per hundred pounds. brother, who alone, and far !rom home, was VISited by this crushmg sorrow. THE SuLTAN LEADS A HAPPY LIFE.-A telegram to the London Ttmes, dated Pans, Dec. 6, says. The Econ-The om1sle F,p,cazs gtves a descnpt10n of the Sultan's bahBetween United States and Canadian Institutions you Its and expenditure. "He pays almost daily visits," it do not care to force companson, yet a New Yorker, says, "to h1s collectiOn of wild 'Qeast and birds. Some fresh from over the border, has thrust on !rim at once he. makes favontes, while to the others he takes a dis some pract1cal Illustrations of the power of a Canadian hke, from the tone of vo1ces or other causes, and currency level with gold and of the cheapness of certhey are bamshed from the 1mpenal gardens to the ex tain things in a Canadian marltet, which comtremity .of the Seraglio. Men-of-war are sent to all pel a companson m h1s secret mmd. For ill'stance. parts of the world to mcrease h1s collection, and the 1. Having to exchange the greenbacks in his pocketGovernor of every province tries to afford h1m an agree book for Canada money, he finds they are worth ;ust able surpnse bY' costly presents-Arabian horses, carelgnty-four cents on the dollar. For S3o m Unued pets, fruit, etc. So, too, wealthy Mohammedans, as States money he receives $25 20m Canada bank notes soon as they purcf>ase a baQdsome slave send her to and silver. So he loses, or seems to Jose S4 8o by the the Sultan, who never refuses ller. The presents, of transaction, the same as if he had dropped that sum or <;:ourse, do not come out of the offic1als' own pockets, had 1t stolen from h1m. but rather .erve to swell the1r gams, for they take ten 2 He goes to a Canada hotel. When his bill is prehorses from the tax-payers for one that they send the sented at the end of a week he finds htmself charged at Sultan Of late years pictures and vases from Chma the rate of or so a day for board, which m most and Japan have accompanied these gifts, the Sultan parts of the Umted States would "COst him and s a having taken a15asswn for these aod havmg spent th1s day. His hotel btll is, therefore, ortly $17.50 m h1s new year 6o,ooo on pictures. The palace has Canada money, instead of the S35 in greenbacks, which been ,ooo,ooo a year ever smce h1s accession. H1s 1t would have cost h1m at the Fifth Avenue at home. servants number s,soo--t11e kttchens employmg soo, Had he stayed at the latter hotel he would have been the stables 400, the menagerie xoo, while the;e are 400 $5 out of pocket more than b1s S3o. Staymg at the caikdJis, 400 mustctans, 300 door-keepers, of the twen Canada hotel he has saved from hts l3o nearly $8 in ty-one palaces and kiosques, and roo porters. The Canada money. worth $9.28 in greenbacks. harem bas 1 ,foo mmates. The Sultan has 25 atds de 3 With his residue of m Canada money lte 7 cha!Jberlains, 6 secretanes, and at least r so 1 CUBAN RUG'AR AND ToBAcCo CRoP -The Havana to a Canada store and asks for a hat. For a hat that employes w1th vanous functwna. Thero are so med1cal Dia11o de Ia Marind, under date January' 22, contams would cost h1m in New York $5 he pays $3 He goes men, 150 bl'ack eunuchs, and 109 bat"em mess!!nge1s the subjomed editorial concernin g the sugar and to to a shoe store with his remammg $s. For a patr of Many of these servants are married, and feed their bacco crops for the current year :-A dehberate peruboots that he had been used to giVe Jr 2 for at home he famtlies with the broken meat, while they have under sal and reflection of all the repol'ts to hanat of Jamaica) is under cultivatiOn or control by the Spaniards, the re mamder bemg pathless forest and wtlderness, tenanted exclusively by Cubans, who struggle for mdependence. If, now, we constder that the annual produce of that one-tenth of Cuba IS valued at 25,ooo,oool, of which one-third is contnbuted byltobacco, Jt Will be seen wl:lat coula be done in Jamaica, where there is abundance of labor, a good government, and where at the first tnal, one estate alone has produced a first crop of lobacco worth 1s,ooo/. I will not trespass any loager on your yaluable space. Let me but aiid, encourage the growth of Jamaica tobacco by usmg it-do not use 1t as a favor, but on 1ts ments-and we shall SC)on have m Kmgston a Briush Havana. ChBDpa in Buainesa. PHILADELPHIA, P A.-Steiner, Smith Brothers ct.. Knecht, dealers in leaf tobacco ano cigar manufactur er&; Mr. Jacob H.-smtth W -lthdraws; firm name now Knecht, Smith & Co ; w11l remove to 131 North Th1rd Street m a few days. Advertisements. so complete that it seems impossible now tlrat monev w. 1 HOODLESs. or labor shall ever agam retrieve it. Certamly not wuh the labor at hand. A pecuhar training nnd a pecuhar phystcal adaptatiOn were necessary to the cultivatiOn of the rice plantations. Those requisites were obtamed after generatiOns of habtts and expenence. The re su Its of the war dispersed the negro laborers, most of whom found,the1r way to WJlmmgton, or back mto tbe htgh lands, where for the purpose to whtch they were trained, they became utterly useless and demoralized The culuvauon of nee, therefore, on the Cape Fear mav be set down as a lost industry. The amoul't of cap1tal to renew the work of reclamallon IS not m the reach of the onginal proprieto s, and inexpenenced enterpnsers would not venture upon the folly of such an undertak mg, and the proper kmd C:lf labor IS almost utterly want. mg. It IS posstble that portions of these abandoned C.i:.TAYLOJI Late of KentukJ w I J M BOODLESS & co,. RA TIGRALTOBACCO IISPICTiOII, Receiving & Forwa.rding Wmhouses, Foot of Van Dyke and Partition Sts.,' Brooklyn.. Btll a1l J.obacco care Naoonal Inspection WWiam &&., N, Y.l P&rtltlonlit., Breokb'J;o FOR SALE, A Fresh Supply o f 100,000 PouM.ds Genume "DE,gRTONGUE" Flaor, tor SM<9KlNG TOBACCO Manufacturers, ta lots to sutt pu.rchasers, at lowest figur'es. li{ARBUII.G BROrHERS, 145, 147 and ,.,.9 S Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. plantat;oos may be ut1hzed as Were member bavmg attentwn called to such an enterprtse on Eagles' PENNSYLVANIA CIGARS Island, opposite Wilmmgton, which was Sai d to prOJlllSe IN ANY QUANTITY, AT FROM success. A small portiOn of the !Sla!ld and some other e:J..g 1;0 per :Bit:., rice-field lands lD the VIC!Dlty w_ere made ava1vabJe as Purchase d for Cash or Rece>ved on Co,..111Dment. market But this is a meagre compensation w. P. FARRINGTON, Jobber Clpn;, for the '>':!de-spread rum of so large anil profitable a [!lS.l7<'l us Dyer Street. ProVldence, R. 1 busmess. The rice of the Fear had a pecuhar value, and always brought the htghest pnces. It was Q W L largely shipped to South Carolina for seed, some of the planters of that State u&mg Norlh Carolina seed excluQQtDEN. CROWN, sively. The told production before the war was about two hundred thousand bushels or mne mllhon pounds. CARDINAL 6o. CAPITAL Now it is barely tea thouaand bushels, and diminishing, rather than mcreasmg VANISHED VOICES OF THE NIGHT-The Viq:inia Crty (Nevada) Enterprzse regretfully sa_xs -"It is esti mated that between fifteen and twenty thousand cats perished in the flames that lately hcked haJf ,our c1ty from the side of Mount Davtdson. Theestimate is probably too h1gh, as it appears to us that we m1ss no more than about ten or twe lve thousand-that is, m a general way. We, however, particularly miss and mourn no more than two or three hundred. These were favontes of our netghborhood fuat were wont nightly to do gambols and execute dtfficult musu;al selections for our dtversion. How often, when the w1tching hour markmg the noon of night was steahng m, have we seen some g1ant of the feline horde-a fighter from Bitter Creek mount the giddy height of a fire-wall, and sound h1s warhke bugle. We can see him now, as wtth arched back reared against the sky like some rounded chapparal htll, and ta1l wavmg hke a cedar in a storm, he stands, in his sphere and accordmg to his knowledge, a_ defiant AJax. The moon is playmg at hide and seek among a floating archtpelago of clouds as be thus stands up and defines his posttton categon cally as the boss fighter of the town. Another }'ell of warh ke po'rtent tells that the challenge is accepted, and an ot her AJaX appears upon the \)'all, arches h1s back, and waves an angry tail. The pa1r draw their feet well beneath them, dtg there claws mto the wall, and cau tiOusly creep forward, ever and anon uttering sounds that would seem great though they came from the lungs of a patr "of adult mastodons. The friends and allies of the champwns make thetr appearance on the roofs of surroundmg houses and sheds, utter their several war cnes and deploy as ski1m1shers. The two champions come together like rocks rolled from the sides of oppo Slte hills ; the skirmishers, w1th green eyes flashing, en gage in all duectwns and battle has become general. The a1r is rent with howls, shrieks, groans and gurgles ; all the house tops are covered w1th hatr. Half a dozen soda bottles and as many old boots crash down tfpon the roofs and against the walls, there IS a spit, a sput ter, and a fizz; then all IS as s1lent as the to:nb. Where now, are those heroes and tb,e1r heroic folloW'ers? Alas thetr calcmed bones alone are left in the places where they once fnsked and fought! All are goael The tortotse-shell 9f the old maid, the mighty Maltese of the bachelor, the pet cats that used to sleep on the counters and btte all w!u) stroked them, and the wlld-cats that dropped down from places and stared at one in the mght-all are gone! The great fir e Cremated them all. In vam thev darted from shed to stable and from stable to sidewalkwtth tbe1r touls erect and smokmg or all aflame. Their time had come and they were either cooked in theu boles or roasted as they ran. Let all true lovers of the cat jom m and wall a villamoas"caterwaull" Smoking lii.A.NUFACT"ORED BY STRAITOH I. STORM, 118 I. 180 Pearl Street. DUTIES ON FOREIGN TOBACCOS AND CIGARS Foreign Tobacco, duty 35C pei' pound, gold Foretgn Cig3n, ft50 per pound an
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: I :FEB. 16 / J,.:EDX, FOORMBAN.A"_' CAM.J.B DOHRAN.OLL &THCOS.OCAR R'OLL WICKE *' co., A. MARTIN & JOHNSON, 11 MANUFACTURERS OF 79 FRONT STREET, 8ULKLEY MOORE co. CXG.A.R BOXES :JSiE\N VOR.K.. VIRGINIA TOBACCO !!!!!l== 155, 157, 159 Goerck st., Tobacco Commission Merchants, Tobacco commissiQn merchants e9-TE ..... Gommission Merchants, w ;;.a:;; 104 FRONT STREET, Dealers & SMOKING TOBACCOS p 0 BOX 4315 NEW YORK. Agents for the followmg well-known Virginill and N. Carolina Manufacturers: ROi!ERT W. OLI VER, 'Richmond, Va. I Wll'fGFIELD & LAWSON, Richmond, Va. Ager.ts for the following well-known and reliable ti'-' D. C. YO & CO., Rlchlj)ooc:l, Va. & INGRAM, Meadflville, Va. 1 1 V MAB.TIXJIZ 1rBOB. e W. J, GEN ,TRY & CO., Ri c hmond, Va. w. DUKE, Durham, N.c. ...._ V' t MAYO & K>liO'HT, RtGh:mond, Va. R. T. FAUCETT, Durham, N.C. PACE, w. J. YARBROU8H a SONS, IMPORBRS 8P HAVANA LEAF TBAcn HARDGROVE, POLLA'RD & c,r:>., Richmond, Va. COOPii:ll & WILLIAMS, N. 0, co., .J. Hi.. co., 1' AND Iand3 Lion. sliding shear cut upon the Farm_er' a Choice, Xs, P. P' Faucett's Du.Nta.m. tobacco, which Is p laced i n attention uiven to putting up special brands for 60LE use of a with sides at right e. -Gable Coli, Bonne Bouche 48 and 68, Single and Double Thick. ... ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE. CELEBRATED 1 .. 1'4 Fl'tONT Street. IUGIII DU BOIS, CODISSIOI lfS 'I'B.OB"'' .... 'I', f NEW YORE POX, DILLS & CO., Importe-rs of SPANiSH 'LONE JACK & BROWN DIOK SMOKING TOBACCO. angles and bottom parallel '"" with said knife. 8o1e :fo:r AND PACKERS OF E. T d CO.'S. -SEED LEAF TOBCCOS Large StockS' of Manufactured Tobacco'of Every Description, Suitable for the Home. Trade a11d for Foreign $-ep't on El:an.d.:; :S 0 'VV' :LV E*' F B. Z TEE. 7 :Burling Slip, NEW YOll.t, Tobacco Commission Merchants, And Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands of Smoking Tobac<'o : lloney Early Dew, I're.irie Blossom, Bed Eiver, l'owhattan, Enterprise, Old Xentuck, Old Log Ca.bill, Cow Slip, I'la.nters' Choice,, Pioneer or the West., I Sunny Our Brand, Boney Dew. Also, Sole Agents for the United States for J P HAWKlNS & CO.'S GOLD FLAKE. F. C. l,lNDL C. F. LIND&. C. C. HAMILTON. S. MARCOSO. R. ASHCROFT. NE"VV YORK sm LIIAP TOBACCO INSPECTION. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMP-LED.' I Certi&catea riven fOI' every case, a:ad cue by case, as to number oC Certificate. N. B.-We Also Sample in Merchants' Own Stores. F. C LINDE tc CO., PRINCIPAL Watf
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FEB. 16. 'I .... G. F A L K & .. B R o., LEAF L. wA-rza of Spanish, SCHRODER a BON, 178 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. TM"PO::ELTEEU!I OP &P.A.XD!IE SUPERIOR MAKE AND Pr1me Qualltr 'of CEDAR WOOD, 293, 295 & Monroe St., NEW YORK. 1 Water St., New York.. J. SCHMITT, C. JOST. M. W. MEIDEL 4 BRO., !MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, BOWERY, NEW YC?RK CONXECTictrr SEJ:I) LEAF WRAPPER 0!' OUR OWN PACK.R9 WEISS, ELLER & KAEPPEL, Importers of and. Dealers in HAVANA IOBACCOS, 220 P:Z.A.BL ST., Nli:W T03Z. 125t A 131 GB.A!VD S'I'ILIIJ:T, IIIIW '2'0B.Il. Sheet Metal-Cigar Moulds f This Is the only Mould su:table fo.r the Manufactur.e of Fine Havaaa Cigars 'l'in "' kuown to be the best preserv-.tiv&of 7he bunches produced ne-t require tumlng, as DO ohown. For Circulars, aciVi.a 1'31:., :N'"e"'E'V 'Y'o::rk-1 A.l1 ldnda oC Figures Cot to Onlcr and Repaire411n. the Belt. Style.. The Trade SuppUe& I I

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. / I I I Philadelphia :Ad-vertisements. STEllER, SMITH BROS. a KIECBT, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF TOBACCO, And Manul'acturers of and Dea'ters in Cigars, '225 RACE. STREET, PHILADELPHIA. L. BAMBERGER &: CO., DEALERS lN ,LEAF TOBACCO, And Manufacturers of all Grades of Cigars, J 11 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. M. E. McDOWELL & CO., TOBACCO DB GDHBAt CODISSIBN IKBCBANTS, 39 North Water St., Philadelphia, Pa. .Agents for the sale.of all ot Manufactured and Leaf Tobaccos .,8 ''I' B E 1' 0 B A{) C O LEA Ba,J.timore Advertisemea.t A. BOYD & CO .. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN MmPACTBIII BlJ \lAP TBBmtl, H, &l t: .JR. 33 sduT:R sT., :B.AvnMoRE. TH08. W. CROJIIER, f It will save ao to 25 per cent. of the Leaf without impairinathe quality oJ the Cigars, and make a well-wcrkin& Long Filler without Shorts or Scrspa. G. KERCIHOFF & CO., 49 S, CHARLES S'l', BALTIMORE MD. F. BE CKE,R. C. BECKER. b. BECKER. BECKER. BROTHERS,'v f!CKERS, COMMISSION 11:EltCH!N'fS. AND W A OLESALE D EA LERiil IN ,-,-Foreip and DomeStic Leaf Tobacco, NO. 98 W. LOMBARD ST., BALTIJIIORE, MD H.. WILKENS a CO., F"EB. 16 WESTERN ADVERTiSEMENTS. EASTERN ADYRTISE-.EITS. Cincinnati Advertisements. CASSIUS WELLES. L. B BAA, C. WELLES&. CO., DJIA.l..aB8 IN CONN. SEED LEAF .RWHARD M.A.LLAY Henry Besuden & Bro., R.MALLAY a BRD D&ALFaa 154 State Street, HA.RTl'OBD. C!l01'1Ke LEAF TOBACCO, Dealers In LEAF TOBACCO, J. co., Packer6 and Dealers in 1 115 and 1 1 7 West Front St U.:l. 163, & 165 Pearl Stret, Be!J:ween Race l>."d El{n, x:.11 81.'11EET,) OINOINNATL 0. ( LEAl LOUIS KROHN. .A. L. & F'" SISSU. I Packers and Dealers m T 8 B ... OONNECTICUTSEED LEAP. D"" .1 No. 134:, MAIN I DEALERS IN Qffice and Salesroom, 126 Vi:D.e Street. Hatff'orit, \ I Factory and Warehouse, 244 & 246 W 8d St "0"M .... 1 -t:'o.t ... ., NURMAN HUBBARD & CO., CINC::Z::NNA'r.::Z:, OH::Z:O. PackersaadDealenin CONNECTICT1T SEED LEAl' ,. CONN .. I S. LOWEl\TTBAL a 00., LEWIS BREMER.'S SONS, Wholesale Dealers in "LEAF" AND KA.NtTFACTt1ltED TOBACCO, OF FINE CIGARS, AND DEALDS IN LEAF TOBACCO, NO. 11'2 WEST THIRD STREET, MONUMENTAL TOBACCO WORKS, N.o. 181 WES'l' l'BA'l"l' BTUE'l', :BALTIMOBJ, K.A.I!'I.Am, G. W. I NO. 322 NORTH THIRD STREET, PHILADEI..PHIA. li! A larg e assortment of all kinds of LEAF ToBACCO constantly on band .ft. W. EIRENLOHR & CO., AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LIAP TOB4GCO, lt15 8. WATER ST. PHILADELP.HIA, .SO 18 SOtJTH SEC!)ND S lJBALEW. IM FlD CONNECTICUT D-LEAf .. OBACCO, DANBURY, CONNECTIUT. R. SMITH & CO., ; C 0 MMISS I 0 N MERCHANTS .&liD oJnllla, OOIIBO'PiotJ'l' LB!F TOB!OOO. No. 20 Hampden Street, HrNSf:IAlLK SMITH, l ]. F BtD W.BLL. l:. H. S&UTH. SPRINGFtELD, MISS. 0. 0. HOLYOKE, COICIISSION !4ERCHANT In LEAF' and MANUFACTURED TOBAOOO, 1.2 Central Wha,_f, BostMt. Southern Advertisement s N u F F LEAF TOBACCO, No. 35 North Water-st Philadelphia. 25 SOUTH CALVERT s?. TOBACCO FACTORS 46:Front St., Cincinnati, o. a. R. w. THOMAS,. JULIUS & CO., HOFFMAN, LEE ct CO., ,s Md. F. DOUR MANN, COMMISSION B R 0 K E R, JOHN w. STONE, i!Die Owoner and Manufacturer of the World-Renowned Brands of Smok.ing_ Tobacco ""&..AB.A. TOGA" C I1C A R Seed eaf and TOBACCO LEAF TOBlC!:O BROKBR. ;IN ALL KINDs or HAVANA TOBACCO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS N. E. Cot. Vinee.ndFrot.-tStreets. Leaf AND L'lNCJmU, VA. JLUn1F Sole Agenis for the 1 w DRESI:J D. co CINCINNATI, 0. "U.S. Solid Top CIOAR MOULD,' 63 Emange Place, :Baltlmore, JU. 1 ...,.. Grl ; CINCINNATI,, o. P.o. Address, JAMES J.V. :SOY%), .__....;;;;,;;;.... _____ ......: 135 ARCH sT., PHILADELPHIA. Pa. 87 G:A. Y STREET, p, o. uox 2'133. OINcnovNA.TI, o LJID IJIIHIICCB BBODB, 4 ROBERTS, MICHAEL WARTMAN & SON, .... k.u.rthercAsH..av ... ceonreceiptotTobacLONE JACK' AND BROWN DICK, Manufactory, '12th Street, lynchburg, Va. '.,...... Orders respectfaU y solid ted tmd promptly attended. to ,.. Price 1eat ou appHcatacm. United States Ci[&r iannfactol'J. tur.n, de&lers and expor:erswhlch "!iii ha ca reful 195 Naln Street attention. Through fret&hte to potnts abrvad se_... Offf 1 T cured at lowest rateo. (Between Fifth and Sixtll,) ce n aDacoo Exahloi!Cfl, .. ,ockoe Slip, LOUISVILLE, KY, V6, Five Brothers Tobacco .., JOHN PINZi:R, BEN. FINZER, FRED. FINl!E R RUDOLPH FINZER, NICHOLAS FINZER, John, Finzer & B ros.,a MANUFACTURERS OF J. E. HA YNESj. LB lOY BOPHB & SUit DEALER IN WESl'lERN Lll TUBAGGO l CIGABS, T. J. DUNN &. CO., "PROPRIETORS, PBILADELPBI.A, Tht ":AROMA" Clear a SpeclaltJ. T. J. DUNN & CO., LUF TOBACCO Commission Kerch ants, "FIVB BBOS. IAVY '' I. TOBACCO, otB.ce & Salesroom, 194 t 196 .TACOB S'l'., EAF TOBACCO, TOBAOCO 27 South Second Street, COMMISSION MERCHANTS 101 K. W4'l'IIB. SIIJI., 82 North Front Street. PHIL.&.DELPHIA ,, TO Retail at 1ix !orasc., or Five Cents eac:h. Price List of Cipn manufaCtured at this factory !CD on applicatien. Foreign a.nd Key West gQOds at lmporten' and ManU:tacture ;s' prices. O!lce, S. W. Cor. 15th and ViDe Streets, PHILADELPHIA. St. LOUIS, lo. VA. I _.,..,--. .. -1 LOWUVILLIII. KY, I

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EB. 16. SUTRO d: NBW1.RK, K.Al'f17F ACTlJRERS OF CJ:GARS:J AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, 76 PARK NEW YOBX. -' I F. BIEBIIL 1:\ B. IDDII'S Cigar. Making I' HE TOBACCO LEAP \ ]. WRIGHT & CO:, COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the Sale of MANUFACTUR'ED TOBACCO, and Agents for J. C. McANDREW'S C ELEBRA TED, N 0. i TOBACCO RICHMOND, v A. TOBACCO COMMERCE BRISTOL ENG. OF lected or sor ted ; they are then wette : d, and in some cases steamed also, to render them soft and manageable. The stalk is then carefully stripped off from the ..tn Historical Revtew-'\Vbat Bas Been A.eeo leaf by the nimble fingers of girls and women, and after plisbed-Tbe Different .Modes of Mauufaeture. lying for a few hours, or perh aps a day and n ig ht, it be The following paper was read at the meeting of the comes soft and in proper co ndition to be to British Association for the Advancement of Science, at the cuttillg machine. I can not describe this better than Bristol, by Mr. Thomas Davey:-by calling it a highly finished and powerful chaff cutter. THE In giving a sketch of Ihe tobacco trade of Bristol, it The leaf tobacco, being filled in from behind, is pressed will not be out of place to give a brief review of some down into a compact mass by weighted levers, and points in the general history of tobacco by way of introworked forward by a series of screws and roll duction It is believed that the smoking and use of to ers until it appears underneath the blade of the knife, bacco extend back to times of very great antiquity, and which, by its rapicl action, cuts it up into long aRd silky while we have reason to believe that in early days the threads. Birdseye is in th:e same way, the onlt smoking of tobacco formed part of even the religion of difference being in the kind of leaf used and in the {ant the Indians, certain that the present day i t is not of the stalk being allowed to remain, instead of, as in only one of our greatest and most widely diffused luxuries, shag, stripped out of the leaf. In this stage the tobacco but also a sourc e of a large proportion of Imperial would be unfit for use being close, sticky and wet, and revenue It was brought to England by Sir John Haw-it is therefore placed on a hot stove until, in the judg kins in r56s, but Sir Walter Raleig h and Sir Francis ment of the storer, it is in fit condition for the final proDrake, have the credit of introducing the practice of cess o f fini shing. This is done by hand, and simply THE UlQ)JI:RIIGIIED COIITU11KII TO. IJIPORT .Al'JD KAl'nlFACTURB PURE smoking into this country. For some years it was only consists of p icking a n d de aping and laying it out to PANUIH Al'ID TURKEY Ll'llTORICE OF UNIFORM QUALITY AND GUARANTEED manufactured for exportation, and in the year 1 6 14, a cool In sqme manufactories the cooling is done by a TO GIVE SATISFACTION TO EVERY TOBACCO lii.ANUFACTURIIR UIING THE IIAliiB. duty of 6s. 10d. per pound was levied fup on it. ..,Among fan or blower, but this is only done where great rapidity THE OLD FAVORITE -Al'JD 011' J, C, Ca, IS ALWAYS READY FOR h f d D-LI R t e cunous acts conner;ted with tobae co, Pope Urban IS requ1re -VE Y AT THE SHORTEST liOTICE, ALSO A. 0. C., P, T. <:>AND HJS OTHER BRANDS 011' TURKISH PAJITB, ALL OF WHJCH ARB GIVING INCREASED VIIJ. threatened tO eYcernmunicate all persons smoking SNUFF. IATIIFAOl'IOlll, AS INSTANCED BY THB RAPIDLY GROWING DBilAl'ID AND EN in church. The tobacco plant is indigenous in tropical The varieties in the article of snuff are infinite, and TIRE Oil' COliiPLA.IliTS. America, but thrives under various climatic conditions they comprise toba c co dust in every stage of dampness CA. 'IliON. -It having come to my knowledge that. in se.,eral i o stances, Liqnorice Paste fal"'y repll!tlellted as bein,l' of my manufacture baa been offered for sale bY parties to &uit their own wbo have no authority to sell my brands, the present 101'Vel to CA lJTION all Tobacco Manufacturers agains t the same and to &ive notice that hert:after every case of my manufac ture will be branded with my Trade-Mark, acquirel:l uudec the laws of tbe United States, and any unprin cipled peraow this Trade-Mark will be rigorously prosecuted. I JAMES 0.1 McANDREW, 55 'W' A TBR &TB.EBT. NEW YOB1t. BoRRN FIVE YEARJS BhEFoARIE I SHoT THRO;GH THE Moodre, tae THE EPUBLIC.0 n k b h h' )f 1 h h b d h c!garma er, w o s ot Imse on Sunday afternoon, as high as the soth degree af latitude, and is extensively and dryness, from the saturation of rappee to the highly cultivato:d in most countries with i n those limits. Indeed dried We ls h and Irish snuffs. These again vary from the faot of iU> haviflg been successfully grown in Ireland each other accord ing .to the different modes of treat some years ago is t a proof that it is capable of cultiva ment in manufacture :tnd the varieties of delicately mixed tion beyond those limits. In 1779 Ireland was allowed scents which are impar(ed to tb.em, every separate one to c ult ivat e the plant. The tax was in cre ased and put being of course a carefully and jealously preserved under the Excise in 1789. In 1831 another, act protrade secret. Generally the process of making what is hibiled the g!owth in Ireland, and in r831. an Act was called Scotch Sliluff is as follows: the different propor passed to purchase all tobacco of Irish gmwth in order tions o{ leaf stalkli and dust or smalls of tobacco being that it might be destroyed; the reason for this being mixed together they are first moistened ; they are then tlie difficulty of collecting the Excise upon the home allowed to pass through a process of fermentation, and gwwn article. after a certain time are placed in a metal pan and ex en, w o as reac e t e re d1ed on Monday morning in Wmiamsburgh. The post marka.ble age of H>4 years mortem examination revealed the fact that he bat! shot and five months says the h' lf h h h h d M .11 (K )' B lid' tmse t rang t e eart, an ..the p.hys!cUlns were as-aysvdi de Yh u tonisbed that he had lived thirtv -tbree hours. After closely analysing the nrious growths used in posed to a powerful Gpen fire When sufficiently dried Europe, it is satisfactory to be in a position to affirm, they are conveyed to the grinding mill, and there ground that not only 1he most superior growths, but the up beneath granite stones and afterwards in wooden qualities of such, are used in this country, which may be mulls, into a sta te which you would recognise as S cotch attributed to the higQ range of duty. Unfortunately, snuff. Before, however being fit for sale, it has to be owing to the demand in some sections of the country carefully sifted to get rid .of impurities or coarse grains. falling on a low-priced article, an inordinate quantity of In the case of scented snuffs the scent is carefully water has to be introduced in the process of manufac-added af:er manufacture. The moister snuffs, such as turing, thereby injuring the leaf that would otherwise be rappee, etc., differ somewhat in their mode of manulacgood. Bristol has never been required to carry on a ture ; and I may say also that some of the inferior qual low-priced trade, henr:e the article from this city may be ities of Scotch snuff are made without passing th!m pronGunced to deserve its well-known reputation. It through any fermentation. I have no actual figures to may be interesting to note the percentagl! of nicotine in show the consumption ot snuff, but it is generally besome of the mostlknown growths. The French-grown that its manufacture does not keep up in propor tobaccos possess on the average in roo parts of dried tion to the insrease of leaf, nicotine to the extent of 6so; Alsace, 3'2 r; VirROLL sPINNING. ginia, 6 .87; Kentucky, 6o9; Maryland, 2 29, Havana, Improvements in machinery for making or spinning F Haehnel's E'at:ent.. The above cut !Jives an euc t iw of our NEW aod IMPROVED ()IGAR liiAKJNG liiACHil.'I.E1 the ONLY PRACTICAL ONS 11( THE WOKLD! It b.u now been wortcinfl for nearly e : whteen tD.olltbs in New O r!eana with the rreaoat aa.cceea, and a ucasa tor the State o f Louisiana has already !lo1d. A mons the NUMEROUS ADVAKTAG&s wh\cb we cl:aim fo r our M achine. we w ill onlymen1io n h ere tbe following: 1. Our M ac hine penn it.; No Loss '9P' ToAACCo, every scrap being wtef! up. Then:: are nn HAM:O B J N CKKS. th.e filler be r o lled into the binder, which is an entirely D e w feature. 3 A: II Ctlflrtt.are of one SKA.P& and and ev3ry one can be guaranteed thmas Butterworth, of Oldham, and kind o'f Turkey, Latakia; and even others, may comwhich he has named" The Premier." This machine has mand high prices for cigar and for fancy purposes, there been exter.sively adopted by manufacturers throughout is no tobacco which can compete for the general trade of the country, who speak as to iti merits. The folthe country, and especially of this city, with the two lowing is brief description : The machine consists Q( GINIA TRltASURY.-Mt. C. U Williams, of Richmond, says the Richmond Dis patch of a recent ELPHIA TRAQE AND TH.E CENTENNIAL.-staple American growths-Virginia and It (r) a feedmg table, 11p hands of ers were at that time able to procure raw Olaterial from the skilled spinner. After leavi n g the rollers the to other markets ; and that the tranfer of business to baC!;O cord passes through the hollow journal of the London and Liverpool, at or soon after that time, exerand the guide carried on the reversible cised a depressing effect on the Bristol for some douol e screw whtch traverses the tobacco evenly across -TRADE. ARKS ;-THE RIGHT OF A P&&sON TO UsE years afterwards. the bobbin, th e bobbin windmg up the twist continuHrs OwN NAME-The Court of Appeals of this State The later r868 to r872, show, however a ously by the mechanism of the friction pulley and disc has recently delivered an opinion of gre11t interest to the gratifying increase, and the two years, 1873 and r87 4 as described above. business public, and one which sets at rest a point con keep up the totals in -a more marked and satisfac. Such are a few of the special pomts connected with which been protracted c011troversy. tory manner:, and the tc;'bacco trade of Bnstol spe-1 he g1st of the dectston 11, that every man has a right to 1833 to end of 1837: Imports, 7.938,8or lbs; exports c1ally. lt IS 1mposs1ble to g 1 ve an exhausti ve account of use his own name in his business, provided he does not us,o74 lbs. 1838 to 184z: Imports, 7,224,o8r lb s.;. such a trade .within limi.ts so :hort as th e se, but should employ it to deceive the public, The facts of Lbe case export s, 197,6ro lbs. r843 to 1847 : Imports; 7 544,o6 4 any one feel mterested m s eemg some of the processes were as allows:lbs.; exports, 207,670 lbs. 1848 to r 8 52 : I sh;!ll be happy to afford him any facility in my power Andrew Meneely, father of the plaintiffs, commenced 91IS906u lbs.; exports, lbs. r853 to r857 : Imto do so. the. business of making bells in West Troy in r8z6, ports, 9,zJo, 377 lbs.; exports, 791,287 lbs r858 to wh1ch business was carried on until ais death in r8s1. r862 : Imports, 7,27S,677 lbs.; exports, 735,428 lbs. Plain:iffs succeedP.d to the business. The foundry ever 1863 to r867: Imports, 5,595,667 lbs. ; expous, 709,204 smce its establihhmt:nt, had been known as "The Melbs. r868 to Imports, 6,8z8,rso lbs.; exports neely BeJI,Foundry," and upon the bells manufactured 561,6o2 lbs. r873: Imports, ,769,147 lbs ; exports: thereat were cast the words ."Meneelys, West Trov, r ro,o57 lbs. 1874: Imports, 1,833,234 lbs.; exports, N. Y." Defendants, one of whom was name,! I4o,46r lbs. neely, commenced the business of bell making in r87o The secoud set of figures is very brief, and consists of in their firm name, casting on their bells "Meneely & a statement of the exact total quantity of tobacco manu Kimberly, Troy, N.Y." factured in Bristol for each of the last seven years, for The plaintiffs,claiming the word "Meneely" as a tradewhich I am indeated to the courtesy of the Inland Re mark, sought to obtain an injunction absolutely prohibv e nue department at Somersethouse and in Bristol iting any u s e of the same by the defendar:ts. they are as follows : PRAISING CORNCoB PIPES.The h()ld which the tobacco habit has on the American people is showt., says the Courier-'Joumol, in the fact that an article praising corn cob pipes is admitted to the pages of one of our most c.arefully edited map;az i nes. If the author of the article has a boy about twelve years of age, and that boy isn't seen raising a foul smelling cloud at some varity show before the end of. another year, the retribution he deserves will have failed to overtake him. What is to become of the editor of the magazine, unless he dies of paralysis at the end of a pipe presented to him by his contnbutor, it is hard to say. The Court refused to grlibt the injunction, the opinPounds weight of tobacco manufactured in Bristol in ion setting forth that if defendants were usin& the name each of the following years ending July 5 :-THE DuTY oN TEA AND CoFFEE.-Fifteen cents per of "Meneely" with the intent to represent themselves as Years. LOs. Weignt. Years. lbs. Weight. pound du.ty tea, and three cents per pound duty on the successors of Andrew Meneely, and as proprietor ; 1869 .. ---. I ,8o8,342 1187 3. . . 2,36r,862 coffee, wtll bnng to the Government a net income of of the o)d established foundry, the Court might enjoin 1870 .. I 19Io,oso 1874 .......... 2 ; 6r8,729 $rs,ooo,ooo.. Let levy such a duty, the from so. using it as 10 d e cei':'e .the public and in rS?r ------r,972,9731 r87S---------2,674,972 amountrecetved to be set astde as aspec1a!fundtoward JUre the plamuffs, could not ellJOm them absolutely 1872 ........ : 2,129 ,821 accumulating gold for resumption of specie payments; from any use of .11 and thus compel tbt: defendant My concludmg remarks will apply only to the manuor let the duty be payable in greenbacks, the greenbacks. Meneely to do busmess in another name aside from his facture of tobacco. to be destroyed as fast as received The present stock own; that a man has a right to use his own name in his There are in Bristol seven manufacturers of tobacco of tea in the country is lighter than it h a s 11Je;n in years, own business, even though he may thereby interfere and two of cigars. The principal articles made by them so that revenue would begin almost immediately. Since with and injure business of another bearing the are cut tobaccos, viz.:-shag, birdseye, fine returns, the the duty' was taken off prices to the consumer have ac same name, providing he does aot resort to artifice and various kinds of smoking mixtures whose names are letually been higher than before, owing to the speculative do acts calculated to mislead, and that a person can not gion, roll tobacco, and snuffs of various kinds. Cut benefit such withdrawal of tax gave to the foreigner. make, a trade mark. of his own name, and thus tobaccos may be divided into kin?s, shag .birds-This being the only country where there is no duty Oil other persons havmg the same name from usmg It m eye. The !Dethod employed m makmg shag s simple. tea, all the worthless trash of China and J comes their business. The leaves of the raw tobacco are first carefully se-. here. .. "' ( I I .1 I

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, I Tobacco M.a.nui'act.urera. JOHN ANDERSON & CO. .MANUFACTVR.ERS OF THE ..... ,__ I AID BTIIEI TOBACCOS 114-11nd 116 LIBE-RTY STR-EET. NEW YORK, Bee to dlft>Ct attention of the Dealers i n Tobacco thtoug hot t the Unltec.' Stateo aDd the Woc l d to their SOLACE FINECUT -which 1<1 'bel nl' oDCe mOI'e manufactured odr the THOMAS HOYT & CO.,. lmmedlateaupervislonottheorig!Dator, MANUFACT URERSC.F MR. JOHN ANDERSON, LJ:OOB.ICE. LICORICE PASTE. & 00. EXTR,I.. Toba.eco manufacturers and the tra.de in. genera 1 are :rarticularly e .'l: a mine aJ'lil test tbo supel'lor ot this LICORICE, whi c h be ing now 'Jrought to the highest perfection, is Ullder tlie a bove style of bran!}. We 111'8 als o SOLE AGBNTS fol' t.he b.m.od: r. a. & a. c. .. Acknowledged by coll!lumers to be the best in the market' And for the brand o1 JOHN CATTUSr .. TOBKCCQ BROKER ,. 127 Pearl Street; N .EW. YORK. I MISCELI,ANEOUS. .FEB.16 .MISCELLANEOUS. WJJI. DEMUTH & T K & SO.L& or ,......._, J ., BBIAB. AXD A.PPLE-WOOB PIPES, WI'TH RUBBER n of&U :tm4a G! Smobri SH0W FIGURES, 1 1M llfl!:'l!AL ANO WOOD, A 501 Licorice Stick & CO., and o.o w at.vl cco. gA ll orde rs p r o m ptly e x ecut ed IUCIIANAN &, LYALL, O F FICE 114 Broad street, New York, FACTORY, 10. 2 FIRST IIISTRICT, SOUTH BROOkLYN, ( ;., Manufact urers of th<> f o llo wing-CELEBRATED BB.AJO)S Ol' ri'.P:BACCOS Plan e t Navr IS, Xe, 48 s. 6s, 71J, 88, gs, lOS. Sailo r s Cho u : e 1a, }ia, .. S&>, ss, 6s, 7 s, S s 91\t 101. Challenee lb::. KJng Philip, ROVER Smokinr; Tobacco, MANUFACTURED BY WALTER B PIERCE, lJTIC.&, N. T, Thi s Brand or Smoking i s as d ark c olored and 4 thor o ughly cured al!l Havana. POWDEilED, ESSENTIAL OILS, OLIVE OIL, LtJCCA. CI\EAlllll!l CASESe : liiEIIAJlE OIL LEV Al!IT llJ.IIT BBLS. ud all the Spec i alties f or Tobacco Manufacturers. Our Patent :Pow!erea. Campoun4 of i'laV&l'B, (date d Feb. oad, 1875, ) GlFFOEDlSEERMAN & OF. BROOKLYN,. N. Y. l20 .Willia m Street1 TINroiL' l flO.!. Ln'OID, Pres. 3. E. SANBOBN, Bee. BUSINESS m'FICES I s c o mmanding g eneral approval from the WARRANTED PURE TIN .. .ma OW:. t St t -'r Y k makers offavorite b r and s Its efficien c y an d ..... .: ron ree .... ew or ; c:conc my are unques,ioned. FOB WB.Al'PtNG CIGW ana CIGAil!'l"l'ZS, PRICES CURREIT 01 JPPLICATIIIII. ad I..ImNG CIGAI SOUB. f CENTRAL WHARF, BOSTON; v. 51 SOUTH WATER CHICACO. 16 Cedar St.reet, N.Y. J PD.IO::B J.ISIJ!I OF I SPANISH CIGAR RIBBONS, Lonclrel, or Pa.rtaca extra 7 8 :pard s, ,,.,. L-olrt>o or PartacUr 7-8 3 5 Judo, .lo YeUew, s-8 7 2 y ards, J.'JO Broad. lled .s-8 7 2 yards, J.65 JCpaBOI&t 3-8 71 yards, I .,. JlaiTGw Red,, r J.l'lpro, 1 yards, TERII5-NET O.ASH Wbingtoo, Grape and Apricot, Neptune, Donhle Tlllck, Unconq11ered, brt. drk. "ACME" FODcy Brt. M itclleU, Pounds, 4!f OBDAB ST.. K. ) 'E. C. CB.AKPION, ce:D.I. BEPPENREIMER & MAURER, a MANU FA CTURER S OF THE WELL-KNOWN S ucces':'rs t o PraoUcal. '111 MATCHLESS," ''FRUIT 'CAKE/' HENRY WUL.STEtN, (II-w a-pr.M& o& TeC1112lH1o,-. Alexandra, Peerlao, leasation, FloUIIden Gold Bars, tel, Pride of tBe Re,tmei t f. H. BISCttOFFS BllliiORE EN cRAVE RS J AND pRINTERS, / TOBACCOS BY &'PEAX POWER A.1!ID HAI!ID PRE&bs. And numerous o t her CELEBRATED BRANDS of Jack o f Clubs.. Focket Pieces. Wu.LLWI alJeUAMa.Jf. DAVID C. LYALL. Fr. ENGELBAcHI lobaccs and Myrtle A:nnue,Brooldyn. x8g PEARL STREET,"' LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS -. ... u.s P LORILLARD i GO.'S TOBACCO """"" lJ'eraey Oi:ty, New 'Jersey. OJ.I'JI'IClES:-UI, 18 A; liO CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK Olde s t Tobacco Boooe and Largeot Tu Payen I 'u. S. This Factory to not .. c e ll e d hy any e ithe r I n Size, Appointmeuts, or by Q uality <>i Goods proda.ce4. For fu n deacripttOD, "N. Y ... TOBACCO LEAF'' of OcL 1 3, 18'1ti. we c ontinue t o offer choice b r,..nds of Bright, Dark an d Mahogany eradeo el PLVG or MANUFACTU!tED TOBA CCO; Superior FIN'.ECUT C .EiEW!NG TOB A CCO. vadoos k i uds o f SMOKING T OB A C C O sucn aa Granulated {or Killickuick), u Coane Cut,. and t-..e Finest Qualities o f SNUiF, at tbe most f a vor a bl e p(ices. A c ritical exam i n a t i o n of t be-aoods wttll lloc pztt

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