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

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. .,;.' I IJJI'h f.... W, f MIIMf/1<1111'"1 of Brir PiP's tl /..,.rllro fl t Demuth wm. 'JVIIT WIDliTISDAT JCOBM JT KaufmaunBsol.u Bond:r ,u9and131Gnad 1 hrporttrs of LitoriKrtber U'llu lfurM Eirflt Cntls Sllfl Ull/ 7HlltiU r..,.nlott. -:NNUAL SUBSCJUPTJO)IS ABJtOAD. Jleaael J, McJ. It Co. 117 liz 119 W-. GauT BRn'Atll AMD C.U..AaA.t_ -... g A4 Flake Charlet:, Water. ...... H, H.t.MBUJlC AND TH&CONTIKSJriT, ol Llode F. c. ec;, ,.. I ... Water: AUSTit.ALIA, arc., vu ENGL...UCD, .. McAleer, t'. .!k A. ttl c .. +B Wat.er Cua .. --- 04 Tohtt l'r-.. ealenr for tile paper coul4enld, o.tan. a Co., ns Froat. Nat'-' r-L---Jlemittaoceubould Ia evnJI be ....te -..,_. --" b ID.Oil..:r,;:rd.r1 Clbec:k <>cll-. W. J. a: C..., n W 1 ti h caa Ollly be lletlt at NtmflliaaNrws Ill 0,... Btaa, rllk 1e the aendor. Ertcba H. \if. t!ll Soat\. T,.. ,._.c:co LlloU -eou lt.Hif H .. un "'' .t m ll001'0e. aae tllUJ waf. ia.tereetecl ta tobacco, either u 17'Q llr Lewis. maau acturer or.dealer. It rivea anuual Wicke wUUaa It C.., Goen*. CMJ.r .. -...d,'' aud thu coaf;tltote" it'>e1la ..I, Dalyj Co., 16 3 Jrtatden Laa.e .ucw,., that hu lonsaince been =ed u R'.. atand!Da'atthebMdof-cialtnde IDIDIII'Iiet reports are 1\&11 and ea utlve, aocl Heppnbeb:aer I< aurw. a 04 liT. William. pome ,._, every qurter ol tile !Jloke ,....,.. LobeMtelo &: Gaoo, JOLM'al4eu l aae. IOid.. Wicke, Wm." Co., l!JIOI Goerck. liF Ilia tlleoNLTweekl:r pabncatlou edea .v.....;.J d ..,JU6H... ..,... (.F..,.J'ftiTJrrl1 "1;.., RU. IN Tlti'n/Pap.] AlmlraliJ. J., 16 (}ed.ar. Mwriftartrr of ToNe.,. Ti-Foil. IUSIN&SS Jl&ICJTOIY or ADVI&TI.SERS EW YORK. Tohacttll'llniii>M161. ApW 41: Sona, tB4 aod a86 Froat rrtreet o\iaer & Dehla, 1!10 PearL ADen JuUan 171 Water. a Helme, t3S Water. Barnett s. 121 Mai A H. 66 llt'Qad .Crawford E. M. t68 W>ter. Colm S. & Co., 157 Water. llobaa, Carrr\1 & \.:Q. 104 Froat. lla.Boi.e Eu.rene, 75 Frhat Wm. I< Co. 17t PeuL Bacelbach. F. Sitb AY Faft. G. -Bro., 111 Wa te r. F-.n at Co., 70 aud 1 l!ro..S. Fox. Dills A Co., t" Woter. Ttieml E. /J: G. II: Co., 109 Maiden LaDe. J'riachen, & Scbub, 147 \Vater Gardiner.]. M. & Co., S-4 Front. Gutb D. J., Sen & Co., -44 Broa4. Gauert ] L. & Bro., r6o Water. Qenlaell.. & Bro., 86 Maldea Laue. Oathde & (':,. 12l> Front. B&ID.burger l. &. Co., 151 Water. 8., 119 Maiden Lane. Hert.t a Van Ramdohr, IS, Hillma&o G. W. & Co So Front.. xtnalcut Thomas. 5ll Broacl. U Ca., Pearl. LacbenBruch & B,..o., 164 WatCI' ]AtB)tte A. C., rn !-'earl. Lederer&: Fischel. 213 Pe.arl Le.t;o M. H., 162 Pearl. llack Aleaande:r. 162 Water lllaitlaod Robert L. & Co. 43 B"""cl. Martin a. johnson, '19 Frot M.erfelc!, Kemper&. Co., 1131 Maldeu Lane. Meyer A. c. 1-& 0.,'" l!eaver. Oat.IDaD Alva, [66 Wate1. Oppenheimer, M. 138 Water. Offiul"" BrotheB 41 Broad St. l'alaa ll Scoville. 170 Water. J'rke Wm. M ll9 Maid-LaM. Oula 1 p "*Co., J79 Pealuo .t. llelt.euatela, 1:76 Front.. Char\01 F. I< Soo, t,l4 F-. rat, F, 'W. 61 Broad. Te 16 Maiden Lane. ear1. 1,. PeUJ. H. IOJ. MU4ea Lane W-t.Rh Joarda Co., .. BrMOI. c,.,,;.,;.,. NHdul"t'. Jl.oyo Brotken /Jz Co. '6 liz 41 Ettchaace Place Buyer cj a-a G. 55B-d. TobMet Brow CattGB johft, 1:11 Pearl. J'iacber Cbali .E. & Bro., 131 Water ftacher Frederick, 41 Broad Hollander Louis, 148 Water. O.boroe, Charleat F S4 HroM. Rader M. Sou, >33 p...,L &Iaack A. 11q Maiden .Lane: Schmitt J. Jr. 162 Water Mfctror of Tt6.,co. ....,enou .Jobo A:i Go. H41 u6 a.ud 117 Lrbett)'. t3l Water. 1Jz Lyall, :14 BroaL Badoaer D, o;6 Delmcey Ooa7 aad 109 Water Hoyt 'fbomz. & Co., 404 Pearl Jtlooey Broa. l4t w .. t Broa4-Y LoriUard. P. & Co 1.6, ,s & 20 Cbambe"-. .. IJicA)pln D. H. & Co. cor. A.OIIDDI D &D4 IIW lln. G. B. 1Jz Co. 97 Col ....... l& Pteaeer Tobt&cco Codlp&DJ Jl3 Front ...,,., for Clr..;.,.g a,.d TohMm, '" H.,. A. II Ce. LihertT Weiia, J:.ller /Jz Kaeppel, ... P-1 of Qctll'l. Boody CD.arleo, 53 Bowery ...., Broo. /Jz Oo. 44 VeoeJ Glacc:1oa A '47 aa4 wt AtloraOJ. Haru:oro J. A., 86 Malden lADe Heilbruuer, .R.otsatlaali 4 Co., a.u Secoud St. JKOIIJ s. 1Jz Co., ooo Cbath-Sq. I<' II 7 Doyu, Kaafcnan .hroH. & Bendy, 119 &: ssr Graad lterb; II Spie .. 55 Bowery Levy .Broe. 125 & U1 Broome Llcuteaotel n A II Bro. 34 a 3 M Jloowwrr Bioa. & Ce. 168 Boweq. Mendel M W. & Bro, M Bowery li_D.,....er M .Ss Pearl Ortler s. 297" sll6 Greenwlclo Be\denberg & Co 84 and 66 Reade Smith l!i. 11 "Howery ll\ICbelltUR M-/Jz Co. 90 aod 94 Lll>orty lt;raltoD & 8term. aud J8o Peul '8utro & Newmark, 76 Pull PW:tr T&bel a Robrbg, 17' Pearl. W&a!Jler /Jz Hahn, 1!10 /Jz '91 llowwJ. of Ti Bft,. .. Ci{llrl itaaprowlczA. 41: lin>. t!tiCbamber. .. ivera & Garcia.7daiden Lane. Saachu. Haya a Co., IP, 132 &: IJ4 .14. Laae. J"""""' of lUwllu r.Hm. AJ8Ira11 J. J. 16 Cedar Co_. JacinU,91 Maiden,Lane. ... Gan:la F. w-ater 0etua1ea A. 167 Water .. lllftn.;ia r 4iCo. 12:1 Peu1 ........ 1 i'.. Brother &Co. tp Wate P. '* Co., 197 Pearl Rivera Manuel, 11 Maiden LaDe SaD Jullao J., 88 Water. lloloaroo M. It )1;, 8\ Maldeu J...u V ... a Berntteim, al7 Pnrl v ..... Martiuea ... Bro. tQC:' Pf'l. Wetl & eo. Yut-Walter 'l'rit:dmaa & Freise, .. Pearl w ..._ Kaeppel, no P.earl V. Martine&&. Co., 16 Ce4u' of Key Weuorui IP""" Jf JU.n Uif ... I De Ba" F....t'lt /J: Cn 41 I< 43 Werna Gaallleur H 26 Cedar ),{eli all& Lawwn, 33 Murray. 'Seidenbe r g & <.:o., 84 aod Reade Dejoi of flu 11 Flcr Sur" Ct"rrars. Alces Geor,::e, 173 Water of CJ., Plf>< liMier H. .t Brn!Ur. :r> W9ter Demuth Wm. &. Co., soz Broadway Kaufmann a. Bondy, 129 nd JJI Gn.ad Gitebel j ug Maiden Lane Oroeke J. J 31 OroabJI< a6s I< Mulben:r IJIWUr of r;,. Foif. Wittemaan Brotlaera, 184 Wllllam ToHnl Howard, Saurer & .Co., t05 & tO? c.-ben ToH63 E .. t fourth. Patent ImpriJ'IJed TobacC# Cutttr. Kimley Francis S:, 141 West Broadway Wulateiu Henry, 67 Tbird ave. "La Ftrme" Russia Ciga.,.,t/'1. Eckmeyer & Co., 48 Broad a ad ..S Sao.tdi,Y & RtuMfl Amertcao Manfacturlui Co j. A. Luk.anio, 24 De;r. Bani1. Germ.an -.mencaa, cor. 'Broadwa}' and Cedu. I"tlm6/ Rnmw 8tJOk.r, C. 57 Ftwftp :H'IIMIIIC 8dln. Sl.embe., Jl'1 Gay Gunther, L. W. 9 Soot!> Gay Jteutb Cbarleo. Wlocbme;rar Ed .lt Co., 31 t!outlo Calvert 'Fohuco ,_.,.L Glealt .t NlemaDD, 78 South Char! .. : Hollman, Lee & f'..o., 43 Excbatjge Plaoe. Mi:ztul(hlrua, ttt. Warbarg Brothen, 145 t.o 1o19 S. Obarle. St. Wllkeua H i: Co., 181 Weet Pratt. Pcim of s-1-L.._.. Becker Broth en, 91 Lom barol. S-ff Mafactuwra. Starr R. &.Co. 25 South Calvr Dll4hrU. S,...i,.r, Clu'Uli"l( LufTH.,;c., "''"" Ci'.gars. Rosenfeld S. It Co., <3 linbanjfe Place. Patltd Sl#m Rolin-. Kerckhoi' G. & Co., J4q ;;outh Charles. Toh J&CD Ferti'.liMrs Lareot& /Jz R i ttlt!r. aoaroJt. a..-;,;., Mn-eu., Hel:rob 0. 0 II CeotralWlouf. DNuuit LMhr i Lut T,J-4-tlti Oaae S. S. II: Co So11th Water M"'f/a&lw,..r f C1pr1 ,.,.. lMiw ia Maurer\:. F., tl? Clart.. i Tohlltn. l!aldJ>.ac'eto Broe., 17 West llaaarresa ot. ltaat Ean Iaiiie Cip .. M....,_t-.. Campbell &t 00. DURHAM, N, C. ;r.A.t ... Blanwell W T. 6 Co EV .&Jf.VILLE. J.l, r-.. c.,.,...,., M"""'-"'' Morria C. J & Co. eo-. PMikrl r:J.,ft, .. Baroeo .t J .,_e, &taw. BIJbf!P J. I< Soaa, -46 Market. Dis J. I& Co., 117 State. Jbbbanl N .t 0.., 1145 SUte Leo Geo.1 1.1<> lltate. London & BidweH, ad aad u8 8tat6 llhophard .t Fuller, .,. ...... 81saon A. L. 114 llalo. Welles 0 .t.o 154 8tate. Westphal Wm. ... a State. BOPKDI&VILLE, ltJ' Toh..:co Brol!us Clark, M. H I< Bro. .J.&JfESVJLLE, wu. ..Ait:kw and lJM#r in 3ct U4,J. Fead..rlch Fraod1. LAJrq.a.s-n::a, .... .Dealb, .,. .Uf Scbaberth. C. G. Skiles a Frey, 61 aad 68 Nortll. Duke. LIVERPOOL, Eq. Samuelaon Edward & Cq. 63 Dale l!mytloe F. W. I< Co., 10 North joho. L01118VILLE. KJ'. Plug Toh of TolaoweJl M. E. & Oo., 39 North Water. Meyers It: Randalll, 2S9 Market Moore & Hav. 25 Nortlt Water I!Uik J. lllualdv & Co., 31 North Wa!er. Jl.eil John B. & Co ,5.3' South Secohd. Sarver, Graeff &. Coelr:f J.CS North Water Steiner, Smith Bros. & Knecht, :rs Baca. Teller Brothers, 17 North Third. Vetterlein J & Co., I3S Arch. Wartman M. & pon, 13 North Fifth. Wells &: Roberta, Third and Girard Ave. Woodward, .Garrett & Oo., 33 North Water ManufMiur w of Snuff '"' Smokinz l>IIICctJs. Wallace Jos. 666---672 North Eleventh M .. u{Mtrtrl of &.off. Stewart. llalpb & Co., 115 of c;z,, Batchelor Broe., 8oS Market Hllclebraocl .t Kliogeoberr, 37 North Seyeata Knecht. Smitb A Co., 131 North Third St. Theobald A. H Third and Poplar. Wellall< Roberts. ntrd aod Girard Ave. Uaited States Cigar Manufac t ory, 1,5tb & VIne. Maufclvr7 Thirteenth. Leaf Tobacco Boyd Jomeo N. 1317 Cary Dibrell Wm. E., 1410 Car7. )(ilia ll.. A. C""'"'iuiD'II Mwclta,i fw Jlu q/ .Mta,.,_ :J'g6tJ&tl1 W rlrbt J .t. Co. BC)OJIEilTE&. Jf. of Tohcc. WUioa a. .t T., lBo State. Dt .. ltr in Ln already issued as may be found unnecessary by the community. Thus is the choice of expansion or con traction offered-but expansjun legitimate ter and contraction only so far as the demands of the locality will permit. It will thus be see.n that the bank lllote issues forma much better cri t erion of the currency wants of the people than the legal-tenders, and it is sig nificant that the inflationists demand more greenbacks rather than more national bank notes. Without assum ing the defence of the national banks, it is Eimple justice to admit that their Circulation is at present regu lated by the law of supply and d .emand, and that itTis likely to be found in over-abundance in localities where the necessities of the people do not call for it: That the effect of an over-issue of legal-tenders will be to depreciate their value, we can not now stop to argue. While the bank issues will be retired when they oecome over -abundant, the legal tenders, if no funding process is arranged, will share the fate of all irredeemable paper currency. Let us hope that our legislators will provide for the gradual appreciation of the greenback dollar, and turn aside from the seductive argumentS of tbe inflationists. charm they never so wisely.' SEABOARD AND ilfTEB.IOB. PIUCES. --=--"For the Western tobacco coming at the present to this market we can net, as a thing, get cost, as it is held above the views of the few men here who want to buy. To induce a good general demand a moderate range of prices is necessary. The point to be remembere. d is :that we have got a large crop of tobacco arid we get it laid down here at. fai; shipping prices, so as to enable exporters to take hold of it, we shall by and by have an accumulation of stock which it will be difficult to dis'pese of except at a lo s's." A member of a local firm dealing largely in Western leaf tobacco expreSsed himself a few days ago in our presence as above quoted. The same ideas, it will be' observed, are presented in one form or another, by the writers of the circulars which appear in this issue 1of TaR LEAF. Throughout the Western Jeaf trade in this city the opinion Pfetty generally prevails that the future of this interest is in no degre. e benefited by the la.te oper ations in the interior, which have resulted in augmenting prices to a point beyond which buyers at the seaboard can operate to advantage. In view of the prolonged apathy of exporters last year it seemed in every way de_ sirable that this year they shoulil be encouraoed 'io .. move as early m the season as possible. Or, at all e1 ents, that the experience of last year, which toward the close was unduly in their favor, should not be repeated. So large a porti
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I .' I I o THE vvo LEAP. MAR. 8.' expetience biru, proved fully equal to the requiremeats of his position. Mr. Frank McCoy, his present partiler, has been connected w ith the house as buyer, salesman, and special partner since his boyhood, and is a popular and able representattv_e of the leaf tobacco trade. lltUNOB. E:PU:O&IALS A DULL MONTH F<;JR T -February. by htgh prices, because they are further temoved than the Mahoard factor s from the influence of the buyers for export. Wht le leaf sells re:tdtly at fulJ prices, as it is now doing in the Wes tern markets, it is difticult to make those who are p rofiting by the exceptional circum reahze it will be better before the close of the current year for dealers everywhere if prices there are so adjusted as to interpose no needless impediment to transactions at the seaboard. such is the case, however, is apparent to every one who recalls the experience of previ o us years, or makes allowance for A SuGGESTION.Would Philadelphia be an ap propnate place for the holdmg of a :;robacco Conven/ he power now wtelded m all markets, seaboard and mtton this summer? It is some time S \ nce the tradp met 10r, by the great buyers for fo r etgn account. together to resolve upon its many grievances. As b..etween the local selleJs and buyeu at the W es growers, stemmer, re-handlers, dealer;>, agents, and the rest, it matters little the ran of prices is so I transfel'l be easily ected 'alllOIIg tbemaelves at current rates BJ,!tthJs, it is needles to state, is only: the beginnfn_g !b e tDde FrQIII this polnt the movement broadens, other p rtj c4>ants are troduced whose n i cessiiies demand, u4 hose influ ence compe a aqangemeat. :rbe 4tterests and potew tial tty f tprs, nufactu era, and export-ers :e n vr t be nai ed and caa not be disregardtd. Seldom has West rn leaf enjoyeUCh convention, mstructing them to vote, that we will not raise any tobacco this centennial year, with a bond of five hundred dollars for a pledge from each signer, and that these doings shall be bindmg on all whom we represent. Then these poor fellows wbo are in so tight a place they can hardly "squeak" will begin to takt courage, and gathering the weed them wtll repose under its narcotic mftuence until they shall find it safe to sell the thmg. MARTIN. the bu l k in t hree p laces in 0 er to draw _a f a ir s ample, which is placed upon top c; the bulk It repre!lents and both bq yer and seller-are thereby enabled to see the exact q ualtty and condition of the to be sold.. The seller reserves the right to re any and all b1ds, an_d 1f the pri ce bid f'\lls belo w his v1ews of can _dtsp_ o s e of i t by samp)e p r i vately at another ttme, m wbtch cas ; he i s requirep to guaran tee that the s a mple properly representlt the hogshead sold. When h i bplk ,and sold by auctt o n the buyer ass mes the nsk of both_ qualtty and condition. The latter plan has many a antages over that of sell ing by .sa'!lple only,-arltt'buyers as a ru l e prefer to see and examme the contents of a hogshead of tobacco fo r before purchasing. "Leaf tobaccowhen pressed in hogsheads in u11weather, will, tn ana weather, seno, usly damaged by fermentation, and in cases a. drawn one day will fail to represent the condt!lon of the bulk the next. The condition of the leaf at the time of the purchase is of vttal importance botlt to mant,tfactu re_rs shippers; hence the..aecessity of a careful exammat1on of the bulk every Hmea hogshead changes The planters of Randolph County ca"; shtp theu s1x hundred thousand pounas of tobacco to any of the leaf tobacco ml".r;:hants in this cit y with confidence thSpectors at the i r respect ive warehouses, and Plssatisfac tJOn has since preva1led1 Your memoriahsts can see no reason why the mere ownership of a warehouse should carry wtth 1t the priVIlege of weighing or sampling the produce which may be sold there, and think the owners should require nothing m&re than a fair percentage, rent for h1s property, whtch I,S one of the best invest ments of capllal m the State. The change whtcb thts report of the committee pro poses would deprive lite producer of that fatr manage ment just protection in sale of his crops, that has a1ded tO" make him pro!lperous 1n the past, and a eon tinuation of whtch he has a right to expect from a wise and beneficent State government. No ,;urer plan could be adopted than the change contemplated in this report of the committee to ratse dissatisfaction, and cause sus picton q.nd dtstrust on the part,of the producer against the warehouseman, lest u Self t h e wavering b a l aoce shake," THE DANVILLE ToBACCO Cannon,'' of the remarks the Dally New5, bas been CUI a visit to our warehouses dunng the sales and thus records his impressions:-'' A visit to one of the Danville warehouses during sale hours will remmd one viv i dly of the Gold and Stock gambling exchange m New York, m fact it is the same operation on a small scale ; see the staid manufacturer who instantlv on viewiug a ptle of tobacco, fixes his price for it; the. leaf dealer who swears that Danville is the best market m the world, still with a h awk' s eye, watchmg everv bid der and every ptle buys lariely, sbtpll It to Rtch' mond and otqer points, :md often makes a handsome-thinr; out of his profi ts; but the controlling element in the market is 'the ubiq buyer known as the Pin Hooker,' who, as wiry as a truut, is _tver on the alert, watching the fluctuations of the market, both at home and abroad, and oftentimes on bhnd chance invests t>.is bottom dollar-rich to-day, dead broke to m.orrow, he is the very type of the Wall Street btoker. Would vou be mstructeo:i would you be amused, ttien spend an hour am1d the whtrl and exc1tement of a Danvtlle to bacco warehou3e sale-and seethe tho11sands of dollars expended for a deleterious luxury that costs so much time and trouble and expense to produce it." or that combinations may be formed against him, which he will have no powell' to combat. The laws of our State in some cases confide the control of the hfe and hberty of the citizens to the Govornor, and surely the legislahue wtll not hesitate t& replace ta his hands this important trust of the power of appointment of inspec tors, when it is demandtd by the concurrent voice of at Tobaceo Sales at Aaetloo or by Sample. least nme-tenths of the tobacco-growers of the State. Some of the tobacco-raisers of thts State, observes In tho: recent calamlly of the South, no industry bas the St. Louis Commeuial Gaaette, have sprung the above suffered more from the tyrraunous and oppressive rev question, the sale of leaf tobacco at auction ileing the enue laws of the national government than the pro. prevailing practice in most of the leadmg markets of ducers of tobacco, and hence the great and uraent the country, and in the opmton of some producers, need that authority will endeavor to throw around detrimenial to their interests. A Randolph County It all the gu01-rds and protection m ita power, and save PRoGREss IN DANVII.LE, VA.-The News says man writes to the 11flles, desiring to know why lear 1s from Impoverishment alld ruin a section of the State Within the last year tHere been some !Ubstansold at auction, and stating that most farmers are afraid than whicu none was once more prosperous and happy. tial additions to the cla;ms Danville sets up for recogto nsk such an uncertamty. In anwer, the commerc1al We invoke your favor .able consideration of our peti nit!On. She now boasts water works wh1cb convey an editor of the Trmef, who ts, by fbe way, an old and ex-tioiJ' and again ask the enactment of a law, in coufonn abuntiant supply to every part of the city. Her streets perienced handler, ip the past, of leaf and manufactured uy with our former meroo1r1al, that will place this leading and butldmgs are ht with gas, and her streets and sidetoltacco, and therefore fully coRlpetent to answer the staple of the State under judicious man11gement and walkS are all paved. This latter improvement wtll be question d1smterestedly (not being connected wit h the control, and give to Its producers the safeguards and appreciated by those who visit Danville dunng the wmtrade now), respondl! as follows:-protection which, througll us, th9 most earnestly sohcit, ter, and who have encountered Its mud. Many new "The custom ot leaf tobacco by auction origi-and which your committee have mdicated they would and handsome bu1ldmgs have been erected since last nated in the Colonial days m V1rgima, and has proved so Jmproperly and unwtsely wltfihold. winter, the largest of which are the "Pace Bwt!ding" on to work better m practice than any other plan ever Respectfully suomitted by Main Street, an tron front, three stones high, 170X7o, devised. W. F. wtth five large stores on the first floor. In the second "In the warehouses in this city on the day of sale, lhej For the S.t.1te Grange, and farmers of Dmw1d!iie and sto r y is a theatre, not yet completed, whtch wtll seat on, hogshead is removed from the tobacco and the State other counlles ot the State.

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MAR. 8 I'R E -T OB A. Cf'O THE TOBACCO MABKET. leans, i n warehouses and on shipboard not cleared., February 23, 1 8 76, 3 903 hh df; last year, 4 :zso do. DOMESTIC. The circular of M R ader & Son, Tobacco NEw YORK, Maf'dt 7 adds :-The mont h jus t passed offered no striking f e aBusinesa in the Tobacco Market was light during the tures in the transaction s in Kentucky tobacco, mainly week just closed. To the general depression in trad" owing to the absence ot d e sirable stock8. 'fhqs e of th e may be added another specia1 cause in ex.planati<>n of old crop having been so thoroughly cull-.! overthat the dullness in leaf tobacco circles ; namdy, ashard'\J any thing 9f d e sirable sorts are offering, while in aortmentll.. In no branch of the Leaf m ide, we believe, the new crop 'the trannctions were chiefly coJJflned to is there now a ful! supg ly from which to make 1K-iecti ons some Recie and suit3ble .sorts for the coati in all respects adapted to the wants of all classes of of Africa. Lo'!" grades are neglected, and the condi and transactiont, on this account, are necessation o f' part ofthe rece ipts is still doubtful, aiid, as rily more or less d1m,inisbed. Good Jeaf, bot usual prices in tjle Wes l are beyend the of buY Western and Seed leltf, is scarce, and if thee more er.11 at tile seaports. Sales 2,500 llhds, mQsf for export. .activity in the ell'port trade, 'he of grades The circular of M e s s r D. J Garth, Son & Co., ltle for foreigu accoQJat would be senously felt. As It sa-p:The month e'vie w was aot SfleciaDy qte4 ; a lighter volume of business results from the cj.rcumfur aDy larce t an.sactio a very fw ess w,as ,s.Jes for-tlte week were under rather thall done, and wt: were pleased to that the distribu ov tbe precedin1 week. For the month, also tin developed several outlets have been rather tlae:P' ess than ia JaDuary, excepting only dormant for some time past, showing !=onclusively that lor wbicb the demand was about the s'ame 10 the normal prices of th e new crop will attnct business bOth on ths. to the old cha nne l s, and later on in the season, when Me srs. Sawyer, Wallace & Co. report :-Wntern our s t ocks are better assorted and European markets Leaf--The :eceipts during the past month (including are "primed" for a cti o n we lo o k for an old fashion amounted to 6,472 hhds; exports, 3 538 hhds; trade. Western buye rs aow ever, 'must see to it that leaf on -su oi their tebeeco as have 'been worn out continuous raising of hogshead tobacco. They possess the proper soil and a climate most apt to pro duce leaf. Smal l trials made before _the war have c e rtamly been a success as to general quahty; but, neverthele111, lhe raisiag of -it was discontinued owing to p e culiar cilcumstances not aow existioc; we recur to it to -day in order to reawaken the attention of those who might be most 1'1\aterially benefited by a renewal of the experiment. Wqy oot.make a trial in the coming sea son ? 'Vf e will_ cheerfully give all necessary in-formabon on th1s subJeCt. Spanish-The dem and fa Havana tollacco continue s steady. Later advices from Cuba confirm, if confirma tion were needed, (lor previous annoullcements re garding crop The Messrs. 'Fischer remark :-Havana remained in fair and sales were 'ma-de this week of about 6oo old erop, at Ssrrs, du id. Total amount of sales durjng February 6,ooo bales. MONTHLV STATKMilNT O P STOCII3 O F P ANIS8 -m.&('CO. H&TUa: Onb&. Yara. Sorua OieBf. Bls. lllo. lll a lila. Stoc k OD hand, Jaa.l, au 23 ReceiTed since ....... ...... ............. 7 ,56._ :....L Total ............ .......... 23,77 9 ---au Sales & R eahipments to Feb. 29,1876 s,DOO sale hhds; t :;l.ock in inspection warehouses their in is made safe b y a conservative basis of d d L'L..J lie -- 11 f If h' db d Sktclces. t lS IS a e re to we can see ,no reaso_ n why Stock on hand Marc h 1,11175 ........ .... s;ttt ... 1 ---... export the home trade and at old pric e s for a satisfactory business sh o uld not he done. Th-e bulk !\lockonhand,Man:hl, 187'-------22.118 --118 .... oll t,rilop, t o h o.r q a o Dl sti l l apply, while per-of the trans actiolls duripg the ll!Onth were confined to Manufadured-1 he week to have been a oo QOW ctOP,: ko'lld bliyera fur Regies, Canada, old ctop, of lugs to common for export; the better quiet one in tlils epa:rtment, but shnwed DJor.e inquiry t A""" ., "'..., Ge I L @ for tax-paid goods, with !!onoe fair sales of co'mmofl and os ou a.ou sampe ,or rmany at 472 grades, ex,cept .of be.avy Clarksville description, were 7 ...,. 7fiil. .iOI'"J f. About 300 hhdll have neglected. The manu f acturing demand was not" up to good II inch. e hear of-but few aa.lea, ,:omparallvely, -ed '5I': h 1 1 d for exporl.. An CCafional contributor oltserves : 'fWe sol this mont mos y to manu acturers an an average. The several gra d es of crop found buyers, t I cutters, and the extent o( busine s s enables us to furnish a line are in hopes o s g this summer a better a ssortment Geod weather has leseewed transactions at of quotations, which regard as correct, and in ac of goodsl in this market, as the experie ce of last Wesrern breaks, but 'Wll improve ndition of samples cordance with sales We would observe, however, that six mont lis has been compliment&.J7 to anufaetur wbeft tlley CJl w ich tJ:ieN 1tas much need. several parcels made up as "sample shiprpents," ers. It bas not been easy for commi ton m rchants to lot week 34 w eek, 6th weet. Dth week. Tetal and it is yet to. be sr. n if. free s\lipments will be ensales for the moderate commissions they re--473 I,o68 79'Z 347 3,4o8 couraged. Corrlmon lug s in doubtful condition are February 2S6 645 662 2 500 Smoking-The demand fpr tobacco has been -''l 0 offered uqsior .r Late receipts show de-Marcb 300 '4o reJl but not noticeably active. e sales embiaced Wallace & cidedly better cf. n; poi-lu of od 1ugo. @ 8 P '"' """"'nia-Crop1873 '' @18 Received since. .:--------------2 750 00 runni ng wrappers, at 8 @ 13c, all of which for home tr,ade. The off eri ngs of Massa chusdts principally con -Good ........... ,. Nru1 Siai<-C r o p a n d 873 23,612 do Delivered since -----------------3,o82 do sisted of 1874 crop, of inferior quality. This, together :1.100.::::::::::::.:: 8 w i th unfavorable advices from Europe concerning this cuttiDg lu ga..... 1 .-.. Lots ............ 6h'lii7H kind of tobacco, wa!f the cause of a very light business .,;;;in t=-:JIL com. Bo 86 S k h d h s7 "' 20 530 do in this article; not over rs.o includinr; I873 crop, common w s....t 1,... 41111@ 1H ao toe on an -arc I,I "-'-------' h dh d r L @S / ..h r d @ commonl ... t ... .... ., I876. I875 1871 C ange an I at 7;-a nC 10I t e .ormer, an IO Medlumlea! ....... -... n Clh5 ""S<:a:- it @ u-llds. Hhis Hluis. ISC for the latter. Of New York Slate about I so cases, Good....... ............ 6 Stock in LiYerpool Feb. 1 ____ :6:I9:z 27,66 7 mostly 1874 crop, were sold for export at 7 @gc. :0:9 Al.,..., .. twr.-1-Ia Bond.' "fu. :-Stock in Londou,Feb.I r3 503 17, 5u I 5 415 salesof 0/J.Wfootupto2socase!l,tbelargestofwhlch ...... .. 00 ,.1 Stock in Bremen, Feb 1 __ 1 310 z,J5o 5,ao-4 of 1873 for which. were real'!! .... @llO Stock in New Orleans, Ft:b. 2 .3 3 903 4. 949 1zed PtllnlylvamlZ' was dealt m to the extent of smoa........ __ <;if' .Fine ................. .-. 28 G Stock in Baltimore, Feb. 26 I0,925 I2,o8z 10,773 874 crop,_ at I4@dlc. fat borne :)1.,,., r.:::.;;;;:::.:.::::::::: a : Stock in New }l'erk, :tdar"h 1 .zo..sJo 42 2 SI 10,z..8a !_T_:ro.e. mdet With a ltttle 275 cases Brown and areen l u l 1 .: U "" '-\.Avmg cnange na)l sat Io@uc .or I 73 wrappers, 9 Lid$ Pro-. a... ao ,. ... 76,363 I 11,;320 74,290 The English marketa report an average buaiueaa at pri"a. continues steady, but qttieter or want of suitable stock. With liberal receipts and 1arge aa tes the Western matltets have been very steady, Useful leaf and l)acs of good body are higher, while common trash and noru'lescripts are lower Tbe condi tion of the sample!! h11s somewhat improved, alth o ugh a large proportion is still soft lRd taken by rehandlen. The quality of the crop does not improve Oo further acquaintance. We still hope it wilT do so, but fear the stemmers have skimmed the off it, or perhaps it may ?lave gone to NewOrleatn s, where a sworn broker" expatiates O!J "its splend i d France, and and sc for do fillers, for 18'74 r.un.ning lots, -.... g leo to y ellow o i lls ... 211 apd one sm.)! parcel, crop 1875, on private terms. We 4 @u, ... 5 @ S!i Jraoy.I'Mmp'tl1 and' ,_-_,.,...,..,,d l'cnw6 ....... 18 case's \'Visc onsin and Western roocases of whicll1or Fillers. 7 @ 8 P o ci#II.,Amr : 1 8 @:II T J f h" Secondo .. ......... 9 @n ll' of to-day 1may not be standat 011"-the d e e t onr'next issu Smo1ing lo/Ja{CO is "off" deeidedly, but then manufacturers of common smoking can afford to sell this dass of goods at cost, if thereby are enabled to effect a gopd sale o f' fine cut. As to fine smoking it is simply a matter of sup ply aod demand..Ltbe former has been decidedly ahead in our market for some t ime he :nce a desi re to concede CDntidentially, (of course). My quota tions for this week are, vi :c. :_:Plug-Standard bright, all s \ yles, 56@ 62; do do, so@sz; common do d11, 46@48; fancy s tyles of bright work including twist etc. 57-; standard black work (fine) medium, do do, 44@4.7; common do do, 40@4 .2, Fine cut-common, 8@42; meeiulll, S@ss; ood, 6o@6s; cholce-, ; "'1!7@37; f a rley style, 35@ i 2 S The latter Jig6r.e being a dedded exception, the goods in this line that are pandled here rangiug from 35@7oc. 1 C JNCI TI, A4lrck 4.-Mr. F. A lo pector, :-Thefe is oothin n te regarding th'! mll.rket for l::eaf TobamJ. Yri &flmtll Pate.} C!l --Nxw YoRK CITv.-G. W. Hillman & Co., Manufac tured Tobacco spercenLarted .......... u @ol Medium torood .. ...... (JM equa to t a o t e prece mg ooe. esna e wrap-selectloas ............... 3o 111J5 Gt>odtollae ............ 5-1.110 qtr hxs d o t mpon du.ty oo .obacc:o i 5.oc. p e r lb : LeP.f atemme..,, T :l,sr : Scr:ap'"l, tNr[(lwiH 1n :' BY T H E NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE ltANSPORTION t o this duty, the Revi'Uue tax the o;om-. kood o f cro md:' "' '"" LINE-Weiss, Eller 6: Kaeppel, 9 cases smoking, 5 ounlry must.,. p aid. 'The tobacon must a l>O be pac e d t o the ft!S'Uia.o lou arov miN tohaa;;o qw;dp P e lt:..\ !EXPORTS OF TOBACCO FROM NEW OJUt FROM FEB. IST TO 29TK1 1 USIVE Great Britain ________ _______ _________ 86o.bhds. France.------------------------------697 do North Of Europe-------------853 do do do stems. -... --. -----2 7 8 do Soutll of Europe--------.. -.------670 do West Indies, South America :and Mexico 165 do Other foreign porta ... ---------------15 do '--TotaL------------------------3,538 do The circular of Mr. Frederick Fischer, Tobacco Broker, reports :-New York Tobacco Receipts.e;eived this month: Western, 4,653 hhds; from New Orleaas, 3 do; from Virginia, 1,816 1 do ; total, 6,472 hhds. R e ceived same month. I875, 686 hhds; from New Orleans, none; from Virginia, 733 hhds; total; r-419 hhds. Received aame month 1874, \\'estern, ,893 hhds; from New Orleans, 714 do; from Virginia, 1,041 do; tQtal hbds. Received this 7ear, Western, 1 lahds; from New Orleau1.3 oo,; Virginia, :z,&1 3 do total, Io,s6o bhds. ReeeJVed m r875, Westero, I hhds; fr011\ New Orleans, from Virginia, .1:3n do; total, 3,248 bhds. Received in IIS74, Westem, 4.549 _hhds; irom NJsw Orle.ans, 1,oi4 do ; from. ginia, I,9J7> do; 7o49S bhds.. on hand m New York fnspecboo' yearr 20,530 Jihds; last year, oi:ao254 do; sales here for this month 2,5oo do; last yeax, 118oo do. .. apeculati on-; manufacturers, 449 JObbers, 170 do; export, I ,7f12 do; unknown, o9 do; 'tatal, .2. 5oo hhds. Exports of Leaf Tobacco and Stems in bpgwa.tb .Jr.QID New January I February :z6, I876.-England, 30 hhds; r875, 242 do; 18]41 12.3 Frauce, I876, 6 hbds; 187 5, none; 1874, 40 do; Brem en, 18,6, 315 hbds; I8. 75, 6o do; 1874, 823 do; H am burg, I874, 78 hhds; Antwerp, 1 8 74, 340 hhds; Spai n, 1874, 672 h hd s ; I tal y, 20 hhds; I875 792 d<_>, 1814, 6a9 do; S outh Amenca, 1 z 1 hhd s ; D o m esuc: Ports, 1876,37 bbds; 1875 JS do; 1874 1,137 do; total, 1876,408 hhds; 1875 1 ,112. do; 18741 3 863 d o Receipta of '.[obacco at New O :deans fron. January I to February 23. I876, 1-921 hbd ; same time I875, 394 do; same t i me 1874, got do. Stock on band at New Or Pers, suitabJe for the home markets, are aetting scarce, P"""J''""" -{:rop 1873-Otgart-l'<'meaUe. h 1 b ""-' P'!Uero ----B @ 1 Havana ................... l6o@too hence t e tranSaCtiOns must necessan y e Confio-tO Aoaortod ................ 10 Seed and Havana ............. 90 moderate parcels The chances are that we may not Seoctions, .. ---"" so "Scrap filter .. 45 N,. y.,,i: S'l.ate-Crop 1873 Connecticut Seec\ ... 50 35 look for an}' large ventures until the crop of 1875 has J'UJ'M asr-Ctaps&, l.t.."4li01Jo ............ 20 ' Lou ........... .. -7KBU liiP.'' .. .. ... 20 P!i,onsylvama, 400 cases;. New York, 400 cases, of Flllen .. r:-............. s!ill6 R.il." :............... 2 0 which for eltport a 10 do Ohio 6oo cases of which for '87 "'W 8 '.................... 21 J ltd"DilfhK Lots t etlt uo. 8 ....................... export, 456; Wisconsin, 74 cases, of which for export, IMPORTS. 56 do; total sles, 4,900 cases, of which for export, The a rivals at the port of New York, from foreign 1,393 do. Export of Seed Leaf since January I, 5 799 ports for the week ending March 7, the fol casea ; Pme time last year, r,6Jo do. New Crop.-We bear of continued purchase. 'on a scale in lowiog co,nsiguments :-the New Englaod States. Some specimens s.hown to us M:ES IKA-Onler, 20 cases licorice paste. possess an the properties requisi te to makeiood tobaoHAVA A-Jacinto Costa,3S,&restobacco; J. J. :.{)-co. The curing season has been most favorable{orthi; nural, 436 do; M. & E. Salomon l 1177 do; V. Martinez Ybor & Co., I 16 l;lo; Schroeder & Bon, 303 do; F. Gark,Wd of leaf. lo Pt:nnsylvania somethmg like one-half cia, 133 co; Eller & KaOilpel, 214 do; Merfelt of th.c e!1tire crop ha.s now been pun:base & Kemper, 34 do; Weil & Co., 3 do; A..Lladi1 11 doj edly, crop colltams of the. best quabt-"'ever ckL jt w. a er, 10 Clo; ra1sed 1n any_loc;Lllty, but 1t IS as yet Impassible t H R. Kell & CO'. 1 do .Chas. T. Bauer & Co. d bat J'IIOPOrt'lon of such fine graders mav be calc laitd Y &' ,. :4 ,. ? The 1"1-I a r. tb'i 'arf T "I! n G a rcia, I do; Well Co., 3..... o,tlll' -.et,!4u O ; upoD. I era pal or s ICe WI Purdy & Nicholas 27 do Stroba <% oil! dq vaturally 10auce the raisers to set out a very largecrop M h 1 & L d' ,.: 2 u c' .:. -h b b -. 1c ae 11 m eman_, o v In t e cormng season; ut Y_ paymg atr.JC t T i lford 6 do Aacker Merrall &: Condit quahty mstead of toquanuty. they woulq st1 9 t 4 fif m 1 y the tuture repoutation of this sort. In & Co. goo boxes pipes. Netv Vork !!'ales to the extent o{ n.arJy a.,a.o IIJ!! hav-e b ee n e ffected. In .Oh i o an experiment, and on a larger EXPORTS. eea arr befure,will be made in the coming season From the port oF New York o foreign ports, for ,..n,n Jl per pad, ADd CoASTWISE FROM 8 pltga. CoASTWISE FROM K!tv WEST-F. de Bary &Co., I8 cases cigars; Seidenberg-& Co. 7 do; H. Gaullieur, 7 McFall & Laws.on, s do; Perea Brothers, 3do; Bei & Co., 5 bales scraps; V. Mutinez Ybor A Co., 17 do. BALTIMORE, Marr:ll 4.-Me srs. Ed. Wisch meyer & Co., Tobacco Commi s sion Merchaots, report:Tne market for Leaf i()/Jar:co continues quiet, without any important change. The dealings are. principally to Maryland, good grades of whicl!. are 1n fair request for export, though the low grades still heavily. -There is some little inquiry for OHo alld e note the of about' 200 hhds of old. crop for 'Daisb rg at from 6@9c, and of about 85 hhds new crop at from 5}4@9c to shippers. Nothing in Kmtutky an.d l(irgiflia. We continue our quotations: I.pported this week, 4z2 t:hds Maryland; I6I do Oh1o; 8 do Virginia; total, 591 hhds. No clearances. Stock on hand in State tobacco ware bouses an on 'shipboard not cleared a Jan. I, 1876 ... __ .. -------.------12,386 bhc4, I tbis w-.u.--.------------,.. lospt:ded previously this -. _....... Teta _______ ... ____ ---------_ 15,322 hhds of Md. and Ohio since ,r Total .... .... ----. 4,oo6 hhqs. Stock in warehouses tbis dt and on ship' board not cleared ---------------II,316'hbds. A{_anufar:turtti in_ the of trade are light, but the market IS qu1et, dealings be1ag COPE'S TOBACCO PWT..:..A. lf::>NTRLY JOURNAl for llmokerL a& l!lo. 10 lAcl NetoOa .beet !A-pool. Jlloe laltl!. -tt"'"".-l,qr to the Price two ohllllup tEloglioh) r onn11m. '1'nde 20 ollingl per lslel1. :No &dnrtiiiiDeDio .-. .. ol for rherter period Ulan m .. .,....,.. Sale, 101 Announcements. 1oc. 1a f8r Uue. I(o 'litll btoidoreil. uulo """""'p&Diod b;r the oor.-...pondlas _.,..,. rll wU 1Dvori&lol7 be !ldllen4 W. SKILES & FB.EY. Packer and .; ... :P ........ ..,.,..,.._.; ... T -- PI!-'-----o-. __ ..:11 D.G ,y ___ __. .... J. _, I

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I TBE CCO MAR. 8 .. \ Large Stocks of Tobaeco of Every Description, Suitable tor the Home Trade aad for Foreign Markets, :K:ep't Oon.s'ta:n:'t1y on. :J;;a.:nd.; FR.ZTEI: 7 Burlini. Slip, NEW YOBt,. -Tobacco Commission Merchants', And Sole Proprietors of the Jlrands .of Smoking Tobacco: lloney iM, Early Prairie llloaaom, Bed River, Powhattan,' 1 Enterprise, Old !ten tuck, Old Loi Cabin, Cow Slip, Clioice,. Pioneer of the Wen, S\umy South, Our :Brand, :a:oney Dew. Also, Sole Agents for the 1Jnited.States for J.P. HAWKINS & CO.'S GOLD FLAX)':. F. C. LINDE. C. F. LINDE. C. C. HA'I!IrLToN. S. MARCOso. ,R. N:E}W.YORK SEED 'LW TOBACCO INSPHCTlOI. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. Certiftcates l!lven for every case, and delivered case 1>7 case, to number of Certificate; N. B.-We Also Sample in OWn. .. Stores. 41 F. c LINDE tc OFFICES-142 Wall..-r liltreet, and 18ji to. 186 Pearl Street. WAREHOUSES-142 Water, 173 FrontL 74,, 76 .S. 78 Green.vlch Streeta, aad 1, 7 & 8 Hudaon River Rail Road Depot, st. Joh.a' Park. CHARLES FINKE, 1. Me J. BENSEL & C0.1 !OBACCO INSPECTOR, TOBACCO INSPECTiON, 155 WATER STREET, 127 & 129 WATER STREET .. York.. "' r W00UNTRY SAMPLING PROMPTLY A.T-ISSUED AND CA :SESD:m-T.&lii'DED TO. LIVERED SINGLY IN LOTS. Etabllolled, ia F A A. & CO-t\ 'T.OBlCCO IIVSPIGTIII Orden fo r Sampling In the country prod]>Uy at-.t.ended to. .,. ... 148 Watfl:r S'tZ'eet, ,. lfEW YORK. MA1TL4ND. L. S MACLEHOSE. ROBERT L. MA_ITLANll. ,_. t.t\'f L. 4 ,:: .,. ,TOBACCO AID F GENERAL .MERCHANTS, .. 3 BBOAD 811'., X. 1r. OFFICE; 1!1 WE!!IT BRO&DWAY, !lew-Yurk N. B.-The attention of manU.bctuter'! of Cigarette alld Turkish, and all FancJ Tobaccoa, Straight Cau. Sright L e af, etc., etc., is partic ul.,.rly: called to this machine. MANUFACTURERS OF THE ROAD MILLS Maccaooy Snuff, French Rappee 5Auff, American Gent. Snuff, Scotch Snuff, Lundy Foot Snuff ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS OF PURE VIRGINIA SIOKING,TOBACCO. VIa: Rail Road, Our Choice, Colorado, Uncle Tom, Navy Clippings, Tom. 133 Water 85 Pine Sts., N'. Y. :r. cHA.I!. APLLEBY. For Price Ll.it. A.44resa or apply as uave. GEO. w. HELME M ERFELD KEMPER & CO. ::tXPO:B.T3:B.S 0::1' BAV AN A, PACKERSsSEED TOBACCOS 1' 0 B AC 0 0 eL ABELS. Maiden L:ne, New .. Smoking and Manufa"Otured .. .:.._ 1 Ad v aftcement' made on cons1e:nm e nt:s. toW. A. & G. MAXWELL &: CO., I .tVRRI'OOI.. FURNISf\EDBY .. i NDIAN HAVANAHS .1fHE B4}'C_ H .LJTBO&BAPIIO COMPANY,. Prlcei6Dqllarsperi,OOOinLondon,lnBond. ,. A 1 These Cigars are neatly rolled in Havanah pattern, are well fl'avored, and are made on prr:=mises by 82 ... 8"'-VESEY' "aTEW YOR'V' l.!ESSB.S, CAMPBELL & CO., Pla.ata.t!ou Works, Didigul, Madras !'residency, Indla., l CXI; "'f!' 9 A' ..... Fro m Tobacco grown and cured uuder thei-r (wn Fupervialon These are favorably known in indi a. A T y 0 "' A GENTS-MESSRS. F. S. PLOWRIGHT & CO 4< Basinrhall Street London, E. C. AT Q RE T ,.# REDQ PRICES. e 1 S.-Havanah Pattern Cigars, weighing to a lb., price e dollan1 per 1,ooo, free in Bond, in Gt. Britain. -----l G urooaTz&hK i>: J. soN & ao., THH COISOLIDATBD. TOBACCO CO. OJ GAJiiJOBJIA, STRO EITZNmiN. (Successors to CHARLES B FALLaNm.rN & Co.,) PLANTATIONS I FACTORIES COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Commission a ..a. N ::S:i x...z p :m.. o-z L o Y. ALSO OllAt..KRS tN' t 1 0 IW E S T 1 c: NO. 44 : All Cigars and 'l'obacco by 111 are of C.wi'OINIA GBOWN LEAF, Andlmport.orsof O.T.Garth, l I CURD,BY TH. CU.LP., P.ROC. 'F 0 REIGN T 0 B A ceo J NEW YORK, Our Ciga;s are finer in flavor than any made in the United Slates, of American''Grown bacco, and are pronounced by competent to those imported from Havana, while oar 176 FB_ONT STBEl!J'PI. .. Q--_... ;.O prices compete with the better class of Domestic Cigars. NJ:W YOU 0 ... v .,, SMOKING TOBACCOS. __ .. -, TOD I jlftft PAGTORS' The Smoking Tobaccos manufactured by this Company are perfectly pure, possessin& :1. IIA11UU' I DEP'l':a: AND DELIO.ACY or :ruvo:s. '11NStrnl'ASSED, "'OM MISSION" .aj fRf'UA W while they contain LESS NICOTINE than tobacco cured by any other known process. <; lYI \.4,11 NTS, estern and Virginia Leaf, BDGAB. :BIUGGS; Ageat, No. Street, iao STREET, Office and Salesroom, No. 207 front Street, San francisco, Cal., P. 0. BOX ,ror, IQ:W YORfC, ..._ And Office, -x20 Water St., New York. '' .'-:-:' YORK. TBGMU KiiiNICUft, F. lf./fUGIIBDRB,.. Dl'aocu and vmGma 1\f. _M. a E. SALOMON, E. S.t.LOMON. To:SAAN-DQCO PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, N !2 ,.,,., AND IMPORTERS OF 11m111 Prii'lmfrg. mPtun "' STREET,. Havana Tobacco and Cigars, UUIJlllll UIUIIUI, NEW YORK '88 BROAD STREET,, 85 MAIDEN LAJIE .. N. "{. I' A 'I!.:.-: oo., I 'B'im:BAN'i &. ;M.Jt'" A. H. CAMPBEJ.h LANE A co., T 0 B A 0 C 0 TOBACCO t COTTON FACTORY, AND COM!v!ISSION ;ann PI..WPJBI mPUAJIJif o-a1 Xembant, SNUFF, PIPES, etc., "0 I& 72 Bro.ad Street, e IIIUII b.D. Ill, AT 484 !!ROAD STREET,.IE'!ARII ... BB.OAD SIJI., X. 1r_. l'fo.86BROAD&TBEET.lf.,Y. -. ANDDCAJ.l)WELJ...N,.I. HENRY W'ULSTEIN, ltiCCKSSOR TO iorgfeldt & DeghuH1 PATENT I MACilmBY, 2'5 Myrtle Avenue, BROOKLYN. Constantly on Hand the Best lmprOv.<:d Hand and Steam 'MacJ>.ines for Cutting and Tobacco. '14. FJlON1.' Street, IUGIII DU BOIS, _CODISSIDI mur. .., WAa.':Ba STJLBBS', I JO:W YOilK.. ALEXANDER MACK-. lliPORTER OF AND PACKER OF 1 &BlED LEAF -TODAOOQS, 162 Water St ... N.Y. M. H. LEVIN, Ilr!P01t1TER of HAVANA AND DEA l..ER IN ALL KINDS OF LEAP TOBACCO: 162 Pearl Strttt, lew York. DEDLllEBG a co., 16o PEARL ST., NEw YoRK. WRIGHT, RICHARDS & CO., General Commission Merchants, REYNES. BROTHERS & CO.; I COMMISSION MERCHANTS J. D. DElDLBE:B.G IG CO., BALTIMORE, MB. DEKELBE:aG, Sc:a:Ail!'U IG 001 NEW ORLEANS, LA. 3St Broad Street, lEW YORK. JAMES 111. GARDINKJI:; York.. -IS t1l. 4:8 !btchange CHARLBS M. t,;oNJSVLLY. DEDLllEE.G & CO., LoUISVILLE, Kv. James lYI. Gardiner d: Co WALTER FRtEDMAII FREISE, IMPORTER,S OF . Tobacco Commission Merchants ; S4 .::rront street; New York. HAVANA TOBACCO 203 Peart Street, ARE RECEIVING 'DTRECT FROM VIRGINIA CONSIGNMENTS OF MANUFAC-TURED TOBACCO. EXPORT ORDERS } 'OR .PLUG TOBACCO ,.. NEW YORK. I CARL 1JP:K.ANN', CBAS. F. T.IG 4 SOl, WILL:.IAM M. PRICE, LEAF TOBACCO, 119 MAIDEN LANE, I Importen of SPANISH aad Dealro In all kindo or t LEA' F TOBACCO am UIIISSIDII'DCHAft I 194 Front Street, _. -178 PlAir. S'I'ill'r, .... 1r0a&. lii'EW Y8BX .. t:OPiiuoiisiUFP," VEGA, BRO'S, G. An. HAVANA TOBACCO Sm Lw m IIAnn fnfringemeu' t oa. ourcopynght will be pros At
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MAR. 8. Prime Quality of .CEDAR WOOD, 293, 295 &: ':697 Monroe St., NEW YORK. TBI GIIIAI!IIIIUI BH, BBO.ADWAY, cor. Cedar St.lfEW YORE. -BYery facility aforded to Dealera and Correepondenta consistent with Sound Banklnr. WEISS, ELLER & KAEPPEL, Importers of and Dealers in aao Pli:.6.JtL ST. l"fliiW TORE. B. B.OCJICJILiil P-'dent. p-KO. BXClU.l!IGE PLAa7_ partlcoalar att...tloll to tho NogotlJ. SCHMITT & CO. IMPORTERS O F & DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco, 162 Water St., New York. J SCHMITT. C. 11. W. MEIDBL 1: BRO., MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, KAUFIANI BROS. & BONDY ACTURERS OF FINE CIG ....... Metal Cigar Thlo b tho ooly Mould MaoQ&cturc of Fiue lo well kuown te be the tl.elica t e aromas. The by this Mould do nat crearz is shown. For <.;ucuu-s. IAPOLEOI DUBRUL, Sole Patentee of the Creaselees and Sheet Metal Ciga r Moulds, 166 k 168 W. Seoond St., C!nehmati, 0. LEVY BROTHERS, of I llLE-AF _TOBAC,CO, 86 Maiden Lane, New York. AND DEALERS IN I POWDERED LICORICE, GUM ARABrC, OLIVE Ofl, OTTO ROSES,. Tonqu .Beaas, And all other Materials for Flavoring used by including the 00... Essential on., W H. & Co.', KANIJFACTll'IU:R OF CIGAR BOXEP AND IMPORTER OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS of OSIDI'C'CI a 00., IDA F. liOCDI.KAml 6 Ci.gar-Mould P.resses, Straps an(J Cutters, 268 oUTH STREET, N. _Y. SIMON MANUFACTURER OF CICAR BOXES tc SHOW FICURES, Dealer in all kinds 'Of Cigar Ribbons, GERMAN CIGAR MOLDS, P RESSES, STRAPS, CUTTERS, &C., AIIIJ MAIUFACTURER OF THE PATENT rSELE-SMOKINB SHOW FIGURES; 179.., &1:- Y"ork-1 A.ll Jd.o.d Figure Cat t u Order and Repalretl In the Beet Style. The Trade 8u.plletl.. F'l:NE CIG ABS 125 & 127 BROOME ST. NEW YORK. \ J 33 !o .A.. & F. BROWN, BOWERY, NEW YORK CUTHRIE & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ( CIGAR MOULD PRESSES & STRAPS.. I Cigar cnncrs & rut ether lacbinery for lannfactnring b 226 :Froat Street. CODISSION MEB.CIWT'l'S. IMPORTERS OF G CIGAR MOULDS. AND TOBACCO PREIIEJII, 57, 59 & 61 Lewis St. bet. Delancey and Rivington Leaf Toboeco ,......ed ho baleo for doe. Weot I..Ueo, Mexican auci Ceut.ral American Porta, amd eeber mar-1tets. TOBACCO PACKED IN HOGSHEADS. WlL SCEOVERLmG, DE FAGJO Y, XEW YORX. 4t A. c: L. MEYER, J F. 0. MEYER. TOB!eot POUCH lOUTH PIBCBS. .A. C. L. & 0. MEYER, J "mt8...:. II'OB.WA.RDJl'fG AND W.llf.i 1G81 er ,. ....... .,.,. ...Lua ...... HIJIBIII HS0mL & .. Y :WEST J. L. aA'fl'll'll'.f & no... l'ACKIUt OF AND DEALER. I!f ll D-LIAJ TOBACCO., CODISSION t.lt IUDAVEB. liT., KEW YOB.K, Address by Post P. 0. Box 5 POU H CoioussiON MERCHANT E. MANUFACTURERS OF BASCH a. FISCHER, I GARS, OF IiAVANA NrNMILP'ORD, I 00 .. Ll1oenl Caah acl9ances made oa Cotlo!,pmnta. reo Wate.r Street. New York. 884 SECOND ST IJ JULIAN ALLEN, Seed Leaf and Havana TOBA.OOO, 172 Water Street, N.Y. Special attention paid to tbe fotwardla of Tobacco to rorelgil cou9trieo. R. ZELLEXKA, :MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS QJ' M1JSLIN AND LDEN TOBACCO BAGS, 2ti3 Elllt 4th St., 11 ew York. -------------Order.: proa:ptly atreocied to at the ihorUat naice T.IN F'OIL. Out ot the Poorest '1'0B AD !AG, -()-lie -J" M-IlK .. D-olloed. PATENTEE AND PROPRIETOR, B.KORAIIJ.N, IN5 Ho,.tSL, Breokll ',N.Y. SANCHEZ, HAYA & CO., ( 138,. 134. JIA.lDEN LAlfE. Jrew Yorlb MANUFACTVRKaS ep FINEST CLEfi HAVANA CIGAR& AMD IMPORTB"RS OP Internal Revenue Eooks. Tho Origiual Publishing C. JOURCENSEN, f S OLIE St.TCCRSSO R TO D STIB & SMITH', P. 0 Bo 3'J LIBERTY 8T., N. 1< ll:an&, Irons an4 Stencils a Pa.%NT:J:lSTGr Of every doocrlptlon at Lowest SEND FOR PRICES. SMALLEST BOTTLES; $2.00. -MANUFACTURER OF I LBDIRIR A FISCIIL. DEALERS IN Seed Lea.C Mo. 6 8URUNC SLIP, NEAll WJ:.TEB-ySrirEBf', &-.....a. .IIJAV_._ GOIIiii 00., Importers aod Manufacturen of GERIIIAJf AJJD SCOTCH I SEED v7"tAF TOBACCO, 1 all. pes, AND Heinrich Goebel Solule, HAVANA JOB C xo. 88 MAID:BN LANE, h ... lu lrtsl-.rode Plpn, m n:.dL BTUJ:, :nw YOU.' YORK.. Yr &&THEWS & H Ito ( OftiJGER f & BBOIJIIIlii'D Svcc&sSOR!i'IO &:-D,A vi 1 KAWFAC'l'17UII.S or LiAFTTOBlm:o'" T O B A C C 0 41 BROAD STREEir Ely Oar Load :for Leaf &hi.Ji?pera. NEW BURLINGTON 'VT. The Most Perfect Machi11e in the World for all gradesJ of Fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking. Dl till It .W:. FIBST.cLASB I Hot7SIS. 2:-tne Xo. J,J, Bowery, ,_EW YORK. liOGtDACT&BPPEASE, PREY BROS. & 00. J DA Y.TON OHIO. Manllfact&ren m CIGARS, and BA v Al\l. A TliOS. "ea.le'N.I 1:n Taba.cco Leaf Tobacco 5 1 Beekmaa l!lt.,W. l'. ,6JI iif.l 1 t foe the of MachlDes and Extras, where Cutters will find a stock ahrayson band. 4.4. _...._. .. 88 Wall Bt.-,...,,{! Y-..lr

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/ I IPJ.Uadelphia Ad:vertieemeate. KNECHT, SMITH & CO., "VVM. A. BOYD & CO., WESTEB.N Cincinnati I DVEB.TiSEXENTS. Advertl8ement. MAR. 8 USTERI ADYERTISEEIITS. CASSIUS WBLIJi)8. C. WELLES&. CO., DBALZIII IN 11JOCEI80R8 TO STEnneR, BIIJ.TH BROS, 41r. KJIIIICBT, BEALERS JN ALL KINDS OF IL E A F T 0 B A C C 0, DLU:Qf I RICHARD :u:.A.LLAY. JAMES Henry Besuden & Bro., R.MALLAY a BRa "' DJW.BllltG co Deaiers l n N. SEED LEAF "1"0::B.AOOOa .&.lTD JI.Allf1JI'.&.a.nJ.REBS 01' AlQ) IJII Cl(IAJlS, 131 ll'orth Third Street, :JIIhiladelphia. STEWART, RALPH & 'CO.f MANUFACTURERSOF Scotch Snuff, -AND FINE CIGARS, No. ua .&rob. .a-t., Ph:U.act.e1ph:l.a.. ... bert Stewart. .Ahta.ndet' Ralph: john W. Woodside. S amuel A. HendriclliGDo tEIJ,ER BROS., Packers, Commfssl._ lfm:nbnts, an4 WholeSftle Dealers In Poraqpa ad Deaaastic Leal' Tobacco, 117 North Th.ird Street. Philadelphia. L. & DEALI!ll.t IN .,LEAF '_rOBA.CCO, And Manufacturers of all Grades of Cigars,. j J 11 Arch St.,.-.Phlladelphia; Pa. --lEWIS BREMER'S SONS, Wholesale Dealers ia AND I JU.NU!' ACTtmED TOBACCO, o. 3a NORTH THID &TWEET, PHILADELPHIA. I A large assortment of all kinds of LBAF ToBACCO constant! oo band. W. EIKENLOHR & CO., PACK.l.KS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN T ... .-.: ACC_Q, llU 8. WATER !IT., PBIL.ADli:LJI,IDA., 4lr. 18 80tlTH 8EC011D 1'1'., 8T. LOWU. LEAF LEU' -TOBACC9, LEAF TOBACCO, 116 and 1 17 West Front St., li; 165 Pearl8tret, Between. ad Elm. LEOPOLD FEISS. MOSES KROHN PATENT 154-State Street, HAJITFOBU. eoi!OI. J. IX & CO., Packer11 and Dealers in. LEAF .. TBJAt 217 STATE STIEET, RA.lll!l'POKD COSK, WII.STPHAL, STII--BUL EB, CotQaiSION :JiEBCII.QT, An4 :Qealer Ia COJtiECTIClJT iED lrAF Tobaooe>, .... ., Jlariford. F iECKER. c. ii.to'I-&BB.s,. :b BECKER. COMMISSiON AND WA0LESALE DEALERS IN :F-oreip aad me&tio L-f T bacoo, :NO. 98 LOIOI.&.IID ar., B.u.TIM:o&E, D :a.. a co., ONUMENTAL CITY-TOBACCO WORKS, ltD. 1S1 W1IS'1' PIA'l"l' S'l'ID'l', li.Uo'I'IKOU, Kaaur..:taren or alllr.indo o4 CtNCtNNATI, Fiu oomOTICUT SBIIJ-LW = 'l'lllrd.;;;!l;t'; I' J..t..co:eWEtL. AARON KAHN :E. A. Wan SM:OKING TOBA.CC'O AND SNUFF, AMBRO lA .,_ W. EJBENLOHR, S. W. CLAJtL PHJL. BONN, -'I!OB.&CCO, l.& NEW DEPARTURE by JAMES DALEY tc CO., RTREAST T11IBD .&.JO) RA.CBaTJU:!:n, All kjnds ol Leaf Tobacco Re-selected. and Re-packed in cues,nngtag from 30 to 70 poauds, at the Lowes Marke t Price, g uaranteed actual weigbtand free trom fro5-t-bitten, uncured or rubbish leaf of any k.ind. Also General of every article :::onnected with the trade. N. B.-Orders foe .small c.a!ieS rece1ve prompt attention. 1 ED. wlsCH)(ftU. av. WI&CHMEU:R W.eil, Kahn & Co., ED. WISOH.BYER 8i (Succt .. orw to s. Le>WBNTfiAL & Co.) C Yana!acturers and Wholeaale l>ealJ!111ln o'DI.m.ission I LEAF, PLUG TOBACCo & ciGARS, ClliAB.S& LUI TWCCII TOBACCO WORKS. SPBICE-& 58. 5 ,8, 60 and 62 EI.A&T' ST. C::ll'VCINNA.TI, -OHIO, a 39. SOUTH CAL:VERT 8 REBT, r ; 134 Main St.. Cincinnati. 0, MOORE Cl: BAY, ,iif'E,i:ULJ.ER &CO., '11:. :. ,w. G; liORRIS, f. A. PRAGUE, Packers, Commission Merchants &. Dealers in Tobacco Commission Merchants T b Sh' I Leaf Tobacco LEAF TOBACCO' and Whrle ... le Dealers in c acco 1ppmg INSPECTOR SE ED LEAF tc HAVANA TOBACCO, o, CcuisiOn Kercha.nt. ciNciNNATI\ oHIO. No. 3 5 North water-st., Philadelphia. B.&.LTIKORE, liD. 48 0 ST. u:s liT., And 71 'West !'ro St., Cincinnati, M. H. CLARK BRo., J. I. McDOWELL & CO., H. SNUF'F s:w .. cor.Lom-lt.,BALTlllloRE,liiD. DIBYEB., I TOBACCO Fine Cigars, R. STARR & OOMMIISloxiiERCJIAJIIT. LEAF TOBACCO BROIERS AND Al1-4 Importer of Choloi llr&nda of MANUFACTURFRS OF 6. GIBSU. JW. l'IIBHANN.. Ad WIIDeW. Deala'la .. S N U F F-, GIESKE& ________ ..... u-pmr,DELPBIA.. 25 SOUTH CALVERT ST. T-QBACCO FACTORS l 46 St., ( [ CJ.ARK & BROTJOOl,' BATCHELOR BROS JULIUS wmntm & co I HOrFMAN LEr co .A.M. Nerch.ants, '"PECULIAR" u r 1 ., '1BSouth cbarle8St.,Billtimon,Md. F. w. DOHRMANN, IIIRJI "CO JBO"DJS CtCAR SaadLaaf'and TOBACCO I u l DANBUB.Y, CONNECTICUT. ----------------B. SMITH & CO., I D M Ml S I 0 II MERCIAIITS .4lVD CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO. No. 20 Hampden. Street, f SPRINGFIELD, IIIASS. O. O. HOI.f.YOKE, CODISSION KERCHANT In LEAP ana MANUP AOTtmED TOBAOOO, { 1.2 BostOAo 8 atlaera JOBl\T w. B-rONE, Sole dwner and M.inufacturer of the World-Renownels Branda of SmoJWq Tobacco, ''&AB.A. TOG-A." ANI> 'oz.o 81-&0CS," Io"i'lllCD'IJIG1 l. BAY c 0 0,t w : DRESEL t. co.; .. "" .... """'"...... HWKm .......... K". "U.S. Solid-Top CIQAR MOULD," WEauthorlzeSIGHTDllAF'fforamountofTAx1 87 G '"Y STREET J. J,.VSS ;D( ..... W_J_LL;;,;;,;;.;S_&_._R_Q_J_J_R_T_S_,....; ltD., P. O. BOlt 11733, UP Tftllfltlll BBD F l\lana!accturerw.ot Commission :M:erehants; (/2 -,(? -kJ 02 T oB A c c 0 F. w. SMYTHE & co., DEALER IN N I srnill' me wFUiliiiiffniitiifum llODISBIDN URCHAMS. Commission Merchants, Wl TOBAm. AND .. :a.uw.p. ammra .... ,RD 8TRJIIET., GIRARD .&.VB., o z a-s, AND DEALERS,,. a F PARLETT ... Philadelphia, Pa. 13 w. Co Kd & Ohio Leaf. DEALE:R.s': 10 NORT:-t JOHN STREET, JAilS I. 0. PPVJPnlT Wlm;t ::> PHIL.&.DELPJUA. Pa. 69 8 CHARLEs sf.. B.&.L'l'DIORE. m:r AND 81ro:miG LIVERPOOL:. ENGLAJrD. Kill St. 1!-ooh iter,; N. Y. 1 111.1. UD ll.l!l, DOHAN & TAITT, JOSEPH WALLACE. f A. ALl3REC:S:T, TOBJl.C COS, at. Louis Detroit I .&CO tOUimol Socc..--atoCOOPER & W'ALTER, AI PI Et Wholesale Dealer Ia -gars, pes, o., l\laaufacturers of ALSO 101 ARCH STREET,\ SNUFF and SMOKING TOBACCO, Leaf ._. Philadelphia. 666,668, 617h114 &7Uiart.h EleveDtk St., AND CIGARS, I aALTIM:o:aE. MD I No. 20 German Street, II.DBRAJID A KLINIENJERI, T. J. DUNN & CO., Neartbe"Carro llton,H BALTIMORE, liiDo I :{OUNGER & CQ,1 1 Kaaufa<:tu,ers}oirJd De&CleJp II', LIIP TOBACCO Jos. s.-.Rowu, A. x.co ......... COIGUSSIQll KDCHANTS, 11 111 tl c K h ts JOS. scBROIDIR a co.. LYXCJl]IUR.G, v.&.. ll.l1lerthlthSt., ere a.11 J tale and pur \ Street OtBce, S. W.ICor. 16th 1114 Vine Stre&ts, i. L f T b w aoa Chela PHILADELPHIA. Ka.nufa.ewured Tcba._ ceo ea o acco. PHILADELPBI.&.. LeaC Tobacco, G II.LICH:rNBERG. A. LO'f. !;or. C.UY a1l4 13th S'1'ID'1'S' &XIIUIOIID, VA. WM. E. DIBRELL, Lllf TIUCCD IDOl 44.0 O&ZT Btr. WALL1 BELYJft & DAY, t i B.IBIITDB i: CIL RICHMOND. VA. Commission Mercbants, DBalel'S ani GnillllliSiion lertllantl ... 'I'D SAL8 dP JN ) LDO S 41 co A.. I'B.ECHIE, lf II E .. ::: ........... J. Rllll a; MANUFACTURER OF THE I J H. P EMBEilTON. JAS. G. PENN .. TOBACCO, E c 0 N 0 M I s T" MERFUD & KEMPER, PEMBERTON It, PENNJ I AND :lb-.4 of Ciears, ,, PACKERs.-Oi' &ElltiRAL c ovvis{'IION IERI11J l AMII Oo:n.neoUou. "t Seed Tobaooo Oommission Mernhantp .IU uuu ll IJwuuu, L AF Toaa cco ADO, Joe. U. -pTomptlJattell4e4to. Price Llttf oeS!lotl q>pllcatloe. HBlL. ...... 1' t..;...s_Q .... :t-v-e-:t-,-c-QQ_k__co-.. GEO. W. EDWARDS & CO., liiiTIII STITU U&!IIADP&miY A. B. FOUGIRAY PAm:as comasSioN mcmnrrs wHoLESALE DEALERs IN x. J. DUNN .e co., Pr&JIII-f a ACCO LBAP TOBACCO &tCI!BS ID1Jf!GTlJRUS1 AGDT, LEAF YOBACCO, The "AlOIA" Clear a s,..lllt,. 33 N th F S' ea North Front aveet. To Retail at ab: rouse., or Five Ceat+aclaor 1'0111. "-' 10$ K. W'A'.rJIB. BIJ.Irj .,. Pricd.iat of Cipn mtnuhlctured at thltfactot')' oeat onapplicatiMI. Forelp aud Ke7Wnt ge:JC!aatlm p ... : LADELPHIA. PA, l ... PHIL.ADLPIIL\. ----po1ters au4 Maav.taaarera'pricea. 1 J LOUISVIllE, KY, Five :Srothers Tobacc.oWorl.ts .,JO.HN FIMZERI BEN.JINZER, JlZD. FJNZifR J. E. HAYNES, RUDQLPH FIN.1;ER, NICHOLAS FlNZERJ John Flnzer &; Bros} DEALERINWEi'lERN MAl(J1FACTtl'JlE.S OF "FIVB BROS. II VY'' LEAF TOBACCO, TOBACCO, ?7 '1.7 SoutnSecond Street Ollce a laler:rcom, lfi &: 1!6 .TACOi 8'1'., LOVUVU.LE. 1n. St. LOUtS, avao, \ liUPII 1: SOl TODAOGO. COMMISSJON MERCHANTS, 'VA. -. I

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MAR. 8. Self-Smoki:ag SHew I FIG DES, ,. I F. BliBRIL a B. I Cigar Makng ur DIPI' .BBllft' S'.l'Y.LES. These Figures are fitted up with Patent Machines which ca.'l be set to make the Fig ure Smoke, either a Pipe o r a Cigar, in the most lifelike manner. "i/V'rtl. Damuth &. Co., 601 BROADWAY, F Ha.ehnet!!l Patent. Th entjJlYeo&l1uact.t-of our NEW and IMPROVED CIGAR. llll&KING ltlA.CDINB,tbe OMLY PRACTICAL OKB 1 'I'. a WORLD 1 It baa now been wordag for nearly elarhteen months in New Odeana wi&ll tb.c 1reatest success and..a LtCttWSS tor tiM State of alread.f.t:..A sold. .::::!Amott&" the N".tno"*v.a'fA6ft>AG8l W&lc.b we claim ror'tMlt' Machine, we will only mention here the following: Oo.r Kac.W.oe _panalts No Loss e' Toa.&.cco,,pver_y a.ae4 up. .. Tbete we oq H.UD BONCHU. the SUer betig'ro11ed Into the t:hnder, "'bleb an entirely new feature. 3 All Cl.-n; ant of ont SirAP& aad 8111, and every one can be paranteed tbat it wilt smoke easy. t ._The llachlne worb. ap t Scrapa u euUy as the lar.reat filter, tbHetore Jlotb.inw thl"Q._WD awaJ. 5 Its workio,r. beia,r done wttb the use of the foot, as the t:ut s\aows, r81!ulre1 no geat atrengtb of the operator. f. 8wrflf.....,_ufactuvw .. Qfi&&tliCUA&Itelt11fitll'tlp lha laapat ,.Jtle .. Ollr u...w. ca readllr tl!lr Mit .... ,_to._......,.. fer.,. Wit.h ....... ofotoam or an,. otber the-.....-.ber ceali betibled. r TMMacl!!nelsont,...,efeet 011, ,._ hl1h, and. two feet wide. 10. Wben i iatroduced. a otNiof'olepoiDef"' engine can run wit11. ease tor. machinu, aa.d each of these itt IIWlWactllre from 10,000 to u.ooo bllncbes per day. 1 r Mauufaetoren UAing 011r MaclliiMI caD prodmce Cipn at the lowest coat, therefore our Machine enables ...... .......,._ We have here eorplalned only tbeiM4i"'1 ..,.........., of our Machlue. Maalilctuwr of Clpn will readlly udenuad tbat tbe Introduction or tblr Macblu witt advaace tbei( own late .... b. Our M..:bloe will fulfill all tbat we claim f It and .., are at all tlmeo wllllnw to convlace the moot rkeptlcat )fpracttcal deaoutrattoa. We or berewtth oar Machine to the Maaufactureta of Cigau tbroul(hout the Lbltecl Statu,lll4 act aiM ready to oeU tbe IIceafor oeeral States, for the wbole United State& (Louisiana uceptee made. Tbe Wboleule Trade aSpeclaltJ. S. HAWES. PACJU:R AND DEALER IN l'ine Connecticut 119 KAIDJ:. I. < Xevv I. V. :IIAWES k SON, Bridseport, Coa 0 J. WRIGHT & CO., CQMMlSSION MERCHANTS for th Sale of MANUF ACTURED TOBACCO, and Agents fer J. C. CELEBRATED LICORICE, No. 1 T ExcH:aoNGE, RicHMOND, VA. TDUI LIJIIIIil T .. Tllll1 UJIDB&.IJCHI.8D ClOII'I'UnJIIlB R> lliiPORT AliD lii:AlllJF.U:TUlU!' P11:aB BPANUH AND 'I'IIJUUilY O:P UliiPOB&QlTALJTY AND G11AJI.AlTBED TO GIVE SATISPA(lTJO!r TO BVBB.Y TOBACCO JIANllFACTURBR llBING TUB sAlll', TBB OLD :PAVOBITB BRAliD OP J, ,C. y Ca. 18 ALWAYS READY .. DBLIVBBY AT TBB .IUIO.BTBBT NOTICE, ALSO A. Q. c., P, T <:> AND HI. OTHER Bll.AKDB OP TliJUUSR PAB'I'II:, ALL OP WHJCII ARB GIVING I col lee than in former years. The market evinced more animation, and a firmer feeling characterized the close of the month. Old leaf is very scarce, and the supply of manufacturing fillers is hardly adequate to the de mand which has had an effect to stimulate prices for this class of goods. On account of the carcity of old manufacturers, who are not well supplied, will be pelled to resort to new leaf much earlier than usual. 1'here are no old black wrappers in the market, and the new crop promises very few. NASHVILLE, TENN., 25.-Messrs. j. M. Carsey, Son & Co., proprietors of the Capitol Toliacco Warehouse, 'report :-Receipts to date, 2,224 hbds; sales this week, 29 I hhds. Nearly all thl! tobacco is sold about as fast as it arrives. Soft tobacco is lower, as is the same with c.akey tobacco. The greater part o( our either is s hipped to New York or New Odeans., with some orders from Baltimore for lugs. Sold uo hhds, as :-a good leaf at $n.so, r 1.3o; 47 medium leaf at 8@ro.so; 18 ommon leaf at 6@ 7.8o; 53 Jugs at 3@6.25. Tl:!e sales at the RockCity Warehouse by Messrs. Gordon Bro. & 'Anderson, and H. H. Poston, were I8S hhds at the following prices :-Common, medium and good leaf, $6.2o@u.io; lugs, 3.1o @6.5o. THE GRAJii:ME ELECTRIC M.acHIN&.-The Gra111me ma,neto-electric machine has for some time been ('m ployed lor supplying light at the Houses of Parliament in London, and an idea of its power rna. from \he fact that it ia worked by a steam engine at a di!itaoce of 480 feet frdm the poiilt at the light is produced, the current be. ing conducted thither by by copper I-r6th of an inch in The '\nagnets in the machine a.re arranged upon three massive rectangular blocks, and make 389 revolutions per minute, at an expense of 27'1 horse power, and give a light equal to over 3,ooo of the English standarJ can. dies. PHILADELPHIA', March 6.-Mr. Arthur R Fouge.ray, Manufac.turers' Agent, reports :-Business remained so unaccountably dull the last week in Manufactured Hard Tobaccos that iL has become exceedingly difficult to obtain items wnrthy of record, our merchants seem ing to be waiting for new events, or at least something rco,ti nuui..{1om ,Third Prge.] which will give them positive information that the bot. have ruled steady f01' ill grades of both old and new. tom in price bas been reached. At the same time all Contmfled unfavorab le causes light recei!Jts ; parties are on "tip tot)" lookmg and waiting for a change the week's business shows a large falling off in in business affairs. We shall hail the change, when it offerings at auction. Low and common grades of Ollio does come, with pleasure, and note the fact as a favor Seed have been quite freely, but have met with able omen. Receipts from the West and South-679 olfly a moderate demand, at prices generally below the 'boxes, 544 caddies, 514 cases, 2I kegs, 878 pails, and views of shippers. No fine Seed selling. The offerings -42 pkgs exported. at auction for the week wc:re 431 hhds and 256 boxes, as Smokinz Tooacco-Manufacturers of cut and dry and follows: granulated continue to ship on orders at full figures, but At the Miami Warehouse, 136 hhds and I 2 7 boxes: th& trade is not re-quiring as much at present as it has I23 hhds and ro boxes Kentucky and Ohio cutting to been the week to the last. We hope to be bacco: 59 hbds new, at 10 boxes.at. 2 .85 able to .r:ecorda return soon to the old style of things. @7.oo; 64 hhds old, at 4.oo@I.7.50 for common smo'k. Leaf Tobacco-Sales and receipts of leaf tobacco for ers to fine cuttiiTg leaf; I3 hbds and I box West Virhome J9Urposes do" not appear in footing up as favofable ginia at 3o@9.ro, I box at 5i u6 cases Ohio the past.weeic as the previous, but what is sold is placed seed fillers, binders and wrappers: 4I at 3.00@3.25; ip more S!lfi. factory h a'nds, and the prices realized are 30 at 4.00@5; z8 at 6.oo @ 7.8o; 8 at 8 no@ 9 .oo 8 11t profitable; hence atl dealers, while they acknowledge 10@14; at I5 trade is dull, still they seem to be nctuated with a posi,-At thel Bod mann Warehouse, 97 hhds and 91 boxes: tive feeling that a radical improvement in the manipulaSmGUT!.AR SUPERSTITION 97 hbd entucky and Ohio cutting tobacco: 7I ion of leaf tobacco must soon come. Receipts,' 305 are better than those that were reali:z e d at the opening of I874 The market at present is firm at quotations for alf and desirable tobaccos, but in sympa thy with all other markets, inactive for lugs and lw ,::raded leaf, which have largeiy predominated in the offerings up to this time. Our dealers, judging from the portion of th e new crop already marketed, express great diss Pennsylvania, uo cases the Taur drr ltfonde, the common smokers to good cutting leaf; 6 boxes West Ohio, 72 cases Wiscop.,in; 2I8 bales Havana, and uo P..Uble Fraud iii tile Iportatioa oC Davapopula!ion of Yucatan V:irginia at 8 5 boxes Ohio seed fillers, hhds Of Western leaf, with sales for borne purposes, 296 Tobaeeo amounted tQ 6(lo1ooa bmders and wrappers; at .oo@3:.95; 29 at 4 .oo@ Connecticut, 226 Pennsylvania, 75 c:ases [Ctnrespondence if The Tobmtro uaf.] 1848; two years afterward. s.6o; 6 at 6.oo@7.6o; 7 at. 75@20.5o. To.day a gimlet bale in a barrel, LP> no bnght Vugmta snakes, striped soakr-s, black Old ----- II 2,23I arnvmg. snakes, double headed and QUOTATioNs. double tailed snakes, all were there and about 14.477 of 'em tryinc to twine them selves around ber stockings. She would start up io af fright, only to see the snakes va11ish up the chimney. When she would lie down the circus performance would begin agaift and a whole menagerie of would begin their cvntor tio;ls. After wn:stling with Nondts(rifl. Bodied. Cutti"K. Common luas .. J. 4}i@ 5 4 @ 5 Good do 5 @ 6 S @ 7 Commonleaf.. 5 6 @ 8 7 @ 9 Good do --. 8 @10 9 @u' Fine ... -------8 @1o 1o @14 u @I8, Selections .... @ 1-4 @17 18 @25 Light weights, mixed, or in bad order, f10m 1 to JC. under above figures. Sweet old tobaccos are becoming very scarce, and heavy bodied lugs or leaf are considerably more than same grades of new, exporter11 taking mOIIt of tbe long leal; our Airican makers beini strong competitors, while the shorter leaf is being I -MtmiAI)t .!klltmenl. Receipts during Feb. at warehouses hhds 594 Receipts during Feb., shipped through __ .hiJ.ds 263 Offerings during February 555 Deliveries from 528 Stock in warehoses, r__ -------.hhds 855 Mesars. J. W. Booth & Sons, Tobacco CommiSllion Merchants, in their monthly report say:-With light receipts, tbe offerings during J nuary and the first half of February were small and irregular, but since arrivals have incrc:,ased l'ufliciently to warrant daily sales at the breaks, and to induce regular attendance of b uyers for both borne and fore1gn markets. The quotations that m!lrket opens at a low raoge wmp'\red Wltb the high pnces ef wt year, yet the figures mainly POLICE AND REVENUE ITEM!!.-LalJl leaf to-' bacco to the value of $40 was stolen from the re&idence or Frederick Oertel, at No. 214 Monroe Street.-At a late hour Friday night the house of Joseph!Vogel, at No. x8 Pitt Street, Wj\S broken into and abnut $3oo worth of tobacco stolen, the property being stowed awa y in the cellar of the house. Officer Little, of the Seven teenth Precinct, subsequently found it in the junk shop of William McGlynn, at No. 443 East Thirteenth Street, and as McGlynn coulq not give a satisfactory account of how it came into his.. possession he was arrested for the burglary. He was held in bail to answer. On tbe and inst. tbe cigar store of Edgar S. Stackwe!l, at No. 717 Broadway, was entered by snuk thieves, 'lll!ho sto1e S78 fr9m the pocket of a coat which ..,as hanging up.-On the 201t inst., John Russell, of 299 :Mott Street, broke into the basement beneath the tobacco store of PN!ip Valdes, No. 45 Second Avenue, and attemped to carry off a qu'\otity of leaf tobacco valued at $roo. As 11e was taking his departure, bow. ever, Officer Dumerlein, of the Seventeenth Precinct. took him into cllstody. Upon being arraig6ed before Justice Kasmire at the Essex Market Police Court, the prisoner pleaded his innocence of the charge, and was comtnitted to answer in default of $3,ooo.-On the 2nd inst. at Sing Sing, N. Y., the tobacco store of A. A. Stover, was destroyed by tire.-On the 1st inst., fifteen hundred cigars were seized on the ColtJmbus, [,om Ha. vana, and taken to the aeizure-room at the Custom hou s e. \. I .. I

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.... / \ TR E TOBACCO LEA I'_,MAR. 8 ,.-.baooo -'.l'obaaco Kaa:afaot.urera JOHN ANDERSON t. CO. IUNUFAL"'TURER? OF SDUCB m nm TBUI:COS 114nnd 116 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK, 8er to direct tt.e attenUOil of the Dealen Ia T"'-':eo througbo"t U.e U olteSBORNE, Jobbers would do wen to direct. I robc&cc 0 Brofc:e' r Licorice ltoo\, and CODIItaMl7 n hand. I Jlo. H BRO.&D STREET, OOIIIZ & lRGUIIWBAU. NEW YORK. 29 & 31 SOOTH WIUIA. STRET :11. B.ad;r & stm, -L'tiORICE PASTE & ST JCKS. G. S .. Iinney Brother{ CBlebratedRnssian CICARETTE8 AND FINE TOBAOOOS, .GOODWIN & CO., :.;: s. &TERRY EXTRA, BROKERS, &'l'UI1', MANUFACTURERS 01' p, S. BARA<:CO A.lUJ PIGII ""'I'BLLA, NEW YOttK. WEST BBOA.DW....I..Y; JIEW YO:aE Ol'l'T. :rm Cut T b DE .ROSA., I e 0 a "CO JQ:CELBIORIIDLLII.rr.:I'.&VOIUTE.-n.La POWDERED LICO.RJC.II:, I :.o!: 207 & 209 WATER STREET, J. OMBIDA .t.KD And a'l !QBACCO JIODI, G. W. Gail & A:z.,. BALTIMORE, CIG.A.B. II.AJroF..&.C'l'OaY. Patent Powdered Licorice. I8SI W te st. D. BUCHNER, WEAVER & STERRY. Importers, a -ATS11cces-. to RoBITCHECJC a: TAUSSIG., JIO. 24 CEDAR STREET. W Y 220 PEARL STREET, lEW YORK. 'WEISS, ELLER KA,EPPEL, FIKI_-ifDTCBiWIIG JU.OK. AND SMOKING fOBACCO AND CI&ABS, Havana Sixes, Cheroots, ECKMYER & CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR THE u La:CeriiiLe" .alJSSIAN CI&ABETTES s6 llaaafaeftrerofthe !ollowlnc Bndsef1ULLJactNZCJa 48 Broad & 48 New Streets, u. .......... wa..ch .. ter. 1 Leaf'. Lroaa. fheelaa Be.._ 'JIEW YORK. P. 0. BOX '"88 ....... t. llau.-haJU>oek. LOUIS N. PECARI, D. II. :McALPIN & CO., OJI' Jine. Lon[ and Strai[ht Cnt Cavendish AND ALL SPECIALTIES FOR TOIIACCO ANUFACTURERS. B.HI1LIER'S SONS po. OFFICE. 0AR TOBACCO BROKER. No. 129 Maiden. Lane, NEW YORK. ... s11W881ia a.oo., MAJIIVFAc:TVaa&l OF TOBACCO ALINO W Ak,' AU Imporien ef GlyceriDe, Drags, G11ms, l.c. ISW w;mam St., Kew SMOKING TOBACCOS, J'or Flna Wholesale and l!.etail AND PERI'tt!E IN CARROTS, il .JOHN STREET, NEW YORK. C'ELEBBA. TE .-JNE-Cl'(IT Vir[in Leaf IIW. TINFOIL WARRANTED PURE TIN,' SMOKXNG TOBACCO. MRS. G. B. MILLER & CO.,. !OBA.CI(l 0 !A.BUF ACTORY, (l'ETEP. :" COLLINS, 97. Columbia Street, NEWYOBK, IIANUPACTU.BRS OF THJ:.. CKLEBRATZD .n. G. B. Miller & Co. Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, tbe pnly Genuine American Gentle .an Snufl'; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Maccaboy ud Scotch Snufl'; A. H. Mickle & SOIIs'Forest lt011e and Grape Tol>acco; Mrs. G. B. Miller 4 Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing TobP<:<:o. IJr' All orclen prom ptly executed. BUCHANAN &. LYALL9 OFFJCB, 04 Broad street, New York, FACTORY ... 2 FIRST IJSTIICT, tnUli'H BIOOILfl, 1 .J ilUilll'act1uen of th:l.;ncnnnJ( m:umJU. TED BB.&l!IDS or l'lulet NaTJ, "'-., 48, 5a, 61:, .,., a., ,., toa. l&allor'a ... ""' llo>o sa. 6a, 11, Ia, "" ..... Cballoo,e, lbc.. K illJ Philip, Woalaiuctao ,W'1, Grape and Apricot, Neptulle, Tlaict, Unc-oered, 11rt. dtlr. "ACME" Fucr 11ft. llltcheU, Pouuds, tloll, ....... en, Gold Ban, 101, Pride oftbe R.elf;meat Clabo. Pock..t P\ecea. WU.LLWI 8Veu.&aaJt DAVID C. LYALL. -Kt!LIO'l .t CO., Bole A!l''ta, 31 :Broad, :B:iaton. T:EI::m fletiM; Pl,.g.'l'oebGoeo, s .. uff, Srtvtf no.w, 4:G. :MANUJ'AOTORY AND SAI.miROO'lo{, CORNEl Of AVEMUE D AND TENTH STIEETo Hew York ROVER Smokinc 'l'obaoooi MANUFACTURED BY WALTER B. PIERCE, lTTIC.&; N. T, Thla Bred of Smoltlna Is u dark colored and u thoroughly cured u Havana. AGENCY AND DEPOT OF F. W. SuccessorS tq, F. H. BISCKOFF'S BALTIMORE TOBACCOS wltb. Fr. ENGELBACH, 13Sizt.b. .A.ve., HEW YOU : J ":i:zit7t. BAGGING. GREIN Slli'' IMITATION SPANISH LINEN, :Eatablillad J859 P .AJVCY STRIPES, AND OTHER CHOICE BRANDS OF And all loiOda ued for pattl!>c up SmoklDaTobacco. Alto, eomplete auortJ:DeDt of VIJISCEA'IJK SKonN'(J TOBACCOS, Smoken' ArUclea fdr the Trade. C11t from Vtraluia HOWlfiD SIIIGER I CO., W. C. DQ'l', Bole Jlu'lllfactver, 1015 & 107 CHAMBERS 1ST., 74 Plae aueet, w Torllo NEW YORK. Russian American Mfg. Co., & J. Lukanin, Solo Apata ID America for tho EMINIINT FraM of SAA'l'CHY MANGOUBY, 01' ST. PETEUBCaG. B'DSSI..&.. .., 1 Bussm CIGmms 1r TUBIISB TOBACCO The :IP1D.e.'C :l:a. p, O, Box 3!124. 0.,pf()JII9 lit. DEY 8TREE'I', NEWYORK:. TDEO. DU BOIS, OO:MlWZ&&:J:ON' Agent for the Renowned &RAND POINT st. La .. PERIQUE TOBACCO,. And 'Corn Busk.Cigarettes. llso, Dealer in Fine lia.vaJ+a. and Domestic Cigars. 808 Street, :Rli'W' YO:El.E.' .. ESTABLISHED IM8. K. C. BARKER & CO., Manula<:taren of the Ce lebrated FINECUT TOBACCOS, EAGLE" > :2. AND 44 :#:r.IP:I'IIB.. ;: A lao all other erades of ;= Fine-Cut and Smoking 'l'c'ba.ccoa, l"l DETROI'l'. IOCR. Adda from pack lug our "AMI!R!CAK EAGLE" aod "CLIPPER" lo Uoe uauaJ l\hed packages, 10, :tO, 40 and 6o lbti., .ve also pot both of tbete "ndes up very nicety in 0NB OuNc& PACXA.Qai, r>ac1tod In J( and Groos bOlO&EJITZ B.JTTLER.. CHEMICAL SUPER-PHOSPHATE WORKS. B.U:.TI.IlOBE. JOSEPH J. AI.KIB.A.LL, T PIOJBBB TOBACCO COIPID, "8NLv'FiNP HAvANA Leaf Tobacco, OF BB.OOKLYN, N. Y. '1. G. BAWD, Sec. BVIDCESS OITIODI 16 Cedar Street, N.Y._ :I'UOII uIJ!I OJ' PIJIS11 CIGAR UIEEUNS, Lo..Sr Pllrtapo, extra rB u,....., ..... L..._ 7"'11 s.sJarJ:1 NEW YORK. O !dest Tobacco House Largeit Tax P a y e a in U.S. This i'acty i s not e xcelled by any either iii Sid, Appeia.taents, or b y Qua lit} or Good8' produced. F o r ful1 descriptton, see u N.Y. TO&ACCO Lf:A F'' of O ct. l S J 1896. We c onthnte to o ffer choice bra.Jids of Br,lght, D a r t aod M ahorany cradesof PLUG or MANUFACTUII.Eu TOBACCOr CUT C f{I;WING TOB!\CC.O vlciPus kiuds o f SMOK.ING TOBACCO s u c h as G rano f ated (or Killick nick } and Coarse C u t a nd th e Fine s t Qualitie s of SNU.fF, at the m ost pri c s. A crlti c al e:r:amintlon the roods wlCh pr!XIucta of other fctories iDYitod A Price L ist mailed upon oruoliuat iou.


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