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. 6 NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, MARQH 29,t 1876. WHOLE NO. 579 I lht 'J. IT WEDNESDAY BY HI fOBACOO LBA P PUBLISHING CO, Fwltfm St., New York. ib "us;. .... Letters ll.bould be plaJnly "'1'111 'l'CIIACCO L1U"' l'VBLI811IHO CO. Term of the Paper : SINGLK CoPnts, .. ... .. ro 0NB Y .AR, .. f4 :ae IJxMoNTHS. ,1. -.. -; fa .ao lir that the coot to the ,.;ar)y or monthl) aabacriber i.r INI t;,.,. Eitlet Crnlt per ... ANNUAL SUBSC.LUPTIOIIS Ai!ROAD. CKAlf BRtTAIJf AND CANABA, -.. Jlii&MEN1 HAMBURG AMD TH& CoNTIN&MT1 o8 AusTaALIA1 &"l'C.1 VIA l:NGLAHD, .,S CUBA, 5 04 No, ordeTll for the paper conaidered, 1Qolea accompanied by the corresponding amoon L B.emittancea SbouJd, In ewry iDstance, be made by moner.--ord.,.r, check or draft. Bllla are liable o.ol;r. be aent at the greetea\ TKa TeaACCO La..u commencla Itself to every oa.e tn any way interested ia tobuco, either as JI'OWe.r, manufacturer It gives annual If an 1mruense a111ount of information rennling tbe hweed," and thus lt ;eJr a f.I4..IU MHflflll that bas long alnce been recoguired u .tanding at the bead of special trade pubHcatiene. Jb r-eports are full and exhaustive, and quarter ot the aloke where < is the OMLv weekly pubncatJon ez.ten. alYely devoted to tobacco. [Fw Tlinl Pa,.] DI&F.t'TOIJ OJ :NEW YOB.K., ApW. II Seno, oi4 and 286 Frol street Ahner JIJ. De his, JC)O Pearl. Allen Julian, 171 Water. Appleby AHelme,t33 Water. Bunett S. u1 Maiaen Lane & Fiacbe1 &55 Water lUumlein A. & Co. n6 Pearl. Bowue a. Fnth. f\urlmg :;up. Brod M., 147 Water Bulkley, Moore-& Co., 7-4 Front. 'Barbaak NMh, 49 droad Cardoao A. H. 66 llroad Crawtonl E. M. 168 Water. Cobll S. I& Co., S7 Water. DoUD1 Cancl.l & C'o. 104 FI'OIIt. J)oBola Eapne, 'frOWit uert Wm. & Co., 171 PearL F. Slrtb AY r.at G. & Bro., 171 J&IDian & Co,, :zo &Dd 70 llo:uad. Pos. DU1s a: Ce., L75 Wat.er. J'rieD.d E. II G. II Co., 129 14&1de Lue. Frlac:ben, Roe11s & 1-41 ffater Gardin] M. & o.o., 04 Front. (lartb D. ., !leo lit: Co., 44 aro.d. Gauert J. L. & Bro., r6o Water. Ge[&hel L. & Uro., 86 Malden LaDe. & ('.P Frout. Hambu'"!l!!" 1. & Co Water. Hawes c.;bu. a., 119 Malden Lane. Herbst' 1ft Van Ramdobr, aS, 1-'earl Hill,.... G. W So Front. X\mUcut rbo1llas. 52i Hroad. 'J,re:ne1oerg Ill. Co .. o Pdi'\. LaclleoM"ueh &: 8.-o., Watcl' Launt.te A. c., Ul:l Pearl. Leclere< lit: Fischel. us Pead Le'rio M. H., a 6J Ptarl. MaCk ALe:suukr, t62i Water Maitland Jlobert 1... a: Co., 43 Broad. )( rUn a ]obn:tOD. ?9 Froat u.!netd, ltccnpe.-& Co., 131 Maidea LaDe. Ill er A. C. L & 0., .. Beaver. 0a?IDAD Alva a66 Watet. Oppeatut\'llle;, M. & HratlteT, 138 Wat& Otttoger HroUlen 4 Broad St. Price -wm. 11.. Malden Lane. QuiD, J. P.llt: Co., S9 ...... no. G. t 10 1-'ea S&W]' IAAe Se d St. .R'*"nth&llt Co., 134 coo n.-]Moby S II Co., o.;batiUa Sq. lr S & 1 --. KaWma,; l:lroa. Beudy, 129 t Graacl ltoril & Spleo, Bowery 1AwJ ...,._ us & ,., Broome LlcliteDOteiD A. & llro. :14 & Bowory h\cbteutehl Boo. & Co. o6B lleadel 111. W.lli Bro, _..,. N..Wo Co. Wat PoUiokl P. lit: t:o '"Pearl R.l-.era Manuel, 1 t rft :.iot:n Lane S&a Julian j., 88 Water. M .,_E. s, Maid ... L&ll Vep &: 187 Yearl Voia, Marttooa Ill llr.,.. .PMrl. Weil-A Co. t.s Yto .. Walter Friedman ilr FreiN, OOS Pearl w..-.. El!r.< & uo Porl. \ ...... ){, Marline & Co, 16 Cer tiel Sow" C ir-'1' Alcea.GeorRe, 173 J._.,._, '' a., p;,_,. Batter H A Brotker. 77 Water Deautb Wm. & Co SOt lkoadway :&.aufmaon Br01. A Bondy, u9 and & Graad CO.. bel J. & Co.. 129 lolaidea I.&Ae MQMf.utur;, rif Brir Pipu J fl OJ,AR,KSVILLE, Tena. &noun" Arric!.t. Luf To.c. BroAn-1. Demuth Wm. &:: sol Broadway Olark_.l(; H. & Bro. K&ufmann Bros. u. Bondy, ug and a:s Grad D.AJIVILI.E. Va. lht lsbatcs .{ CA111111iuio MlrDA411tl. Ansado N. R 13 Old Slip. Pem.bertoo &: Peno. BrinckerhoffV. W..47 Cedar NEW YbRY.., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1876. G1Hord, Sherman Innis uo Wllt!-DAYTON, 0. Gomez t1 Arguimbau, 29 & 31 S. Willlam of F"in,-Ctlt a'IUJ SM.olti"l TD-McAndrew James C .. SS Water 1b4cco, weaver & .Sterry. 34 Oedar. CotteriH .tenner & Co., JJ3ll7 1. Secon.d. Mtlltufcturtr'J b iclH. P1au'1 TtiiJacco Scbleffelin W. H. do Co., ,,., and na Wllil&m, HDifleo II PeaH, Thlr4 St. aad Calla! Hava"a Ci,s;ar F/QVlW'. Graveo G .f.AltB11BY, Co-. Ji'ries Alex. & Rroe., 16 Collee-e Place M .. DETB.OIT, Mioh, Hillier' s R. Sons & Co., 55 Cedar. ,X.,'fl'actJWeY411/ C!wruiK4Jid S1114j,,r & S Ced ToiH.cCD. Weaver terry, 3 4 at Bark..er JC. C. & Co. 14"& 76 Jefferso n ave. &td Uaj 'lobtlo Parker, Holmea & Co., <49 57 Je8"non Ave Henkl _l. Me). & Co. u7 &: u9 Water. IJitlj#rt,rl 11/ Hav.a aa and tif' Sud Finke Cnarles, 155 W1ter. LMf Linde F. 0. Co, Water. Lichtenberg G. B. & Co., 68 Coagnosa st. J!.ut McAleer, &: A & Co., Water DIJITDIGtlL, East Ja.U.., Toluzcco 'renen. Cir11,. M,.ufwet.r,,.,, Guthrie & Co. Frost. Campbell & Co. Nti-..1 T.C01t:co DURHAM, N, C. Hoodleos W. J. & Co., 'lfWiam. &uli"l To6.u Manufaertb, 'H. C. Ma,.,.facturffl J Mtal aiJt/ WIHNi S.iow Jr. J, Wiflu111i A;j4f'Wi.Ju. Campbell,. LaDe Co 4S. .Hroad &r: Co .. 501 Broadway. NEW KILFORD. (Jt. Mnfchlrn-of Sh0111 Ji'ipru. PacMr a1Ul D,a/n-Strauss S. 179 & 181 Lewis. William iH s;.,.isl CirQr Bu: C1til.r. NEW La. Eifert John F., 291-:195 Monroe. T.obtuco l'ctors 111111 CoiuioJt Athrcj6rltl Uptegrove & liedne y, 465-475 East Tenth. .K.nnaelbera, Schaefer and Co., Commoa. &11 M,.,f_t:i,.,,. D/tlu OriritufJ $141. Ci uar Mach i;u.s Emmet W. C '74 Pinto. F. &: H. Norman' a Cigar Making Ma .. \ ALB..a..-'Y W. Y. Box 121 and 123 Levee St. oJ P A.DUCAH K;r Greer' A. lieu, &.o Broadwar. 1 .C.u Brohrs. Clark ](.H. 4 Bro. B.<IMOB.& PETERSBURG, VA. ll'rlhllMI. 1Hacco Mrclt""i.s. Albncht P. A. :ao Germa11. Roper, Lekoy & Son1. lloyd W.A.. &Co., 33 South. :PHJI,ADELPJUA. Druel W. and 3'7 Gay Tob.uco WartiJeuJtl. Guutber, L W. 9 South Bambf.rger L .&Co. 111 Arch Ken:kb.oif"' Co 49 Soutb Ch&rlea. Bremer Lewia. Sons, North Third. K.remelberg, J. D, and Co. DaleJ james i/1. Co., N .&. tbr. l'hird aDd Race Lootltt C & Co., lM} South. Char lea. ]i)obau Taitt, "107 Arch. 1 Merfeld & n1 Lombard ;Dunn T. J. & Co., 15th and Vine. Parlett B. F. & Co., 9a Lombard. Rdwards, G. W II: Co., 6J North Front. Paul Wm., 17 South. Wm.. Co., .u.5 &u.th Water l!c:broeder Jos Oo a, Pl.c:e. llcDowell 114. E: & Co., 39 North Water, Tate, Muller & Co., 51 South GilJ Meyers k RaadaW, 259 Markk Weack E. E., 46 and South Charles. Moore & H a y NortB Water Wloc:hslleyer Ed. & Co. JO !Iouth CalvertBank j. Riualdv & Co., 32 North Waler. Fact ors. ileil John B. & Co ,531 South Secoud. Gles'kc a Niemann, 78 South Sonrec, Graeff & Cook, 1e5 North Water Hoflmau, & r..o:, '3 Exchange Plaoe. Steiner, Smith Bros. & Koecht, a-s laca. Manuf11cr11rera, ttt. TellerDrothen, 117 NGrth 1'hird. Vetterlein J. & Co:. 135 Arch. 1 lEW ADVERTISEIUTS THIS WEEK. !' I THIRD PAGE. Capital Wauted-$1o,ooo, to jelo a Practical party lu ttae of a Spec:iait7 to Tobacco s to Ito per daJ at home. Portland Maine 5eud 25 deut to Goe. P : K.owetl &: Co. .u a day at home True & Co .. Auru.ta, Maine. Manufacture ef SUBSCRIPTIONS AND The f ollowing firma have kindly coa1e11ted to receive Subecriptions and A.overHtementa f o r THa LEAF:AMSTERDAM, HOLLA.NO.-Measra. SCHAAP I& VAN V!iEN, Tobacco Broker1. A.l'fTWERP, BELGJUIII.-Mr. VICTOR FORGJI:,Importer of Leaf Tobacco, Rue dea B.AL'I'DIORE, IIID.-Irlssn. ED. WISCHMEYEil I& CO., Commielion Merchants aod Dealers lu Leaf, Plug Tobacco aad Cip.rs, 39 South Cal vert Street. BREMEN, GERIIIANY.-Menn. FALLENSTEIN &: SON, Tobacco Commiuion Merchants. CHJCAGO,ILL.-Mr. HENRY B. A.DAMS, Tobacoo and CiprManufacturers Agent, 8 Lake Street. CINClN!IIATI, OHJO.-Mr. F. A. PRAGUE, Leaf Tobacco Inspector 76 West Front Stret!t. CLAHKSVILLE, TENN.-14esars. M. H CLAJlK: II BRO., Leaf Tubacco Brokers. DANVILLE, VA..-Meurs. P EMBERTON & PENN, Tobacco Com mh.slon Merchants. HAV.ANA., CVBA.-Messn. J. F. BERN DES & CO. HOPK.DTSVILLE, KY M. H CLARK A BRO., Loaf Tobacco Broken. LAIICA8TEa, PA.-Mr. C G SCHUBERTH, DOfJtrln LeafTobacco. LIVERPOOL, JI:NGLA.ND.-Me11rs. COPE BROTHERS & CO., Tobacco and Clear Mannfi.cturera, 10 Lord Nelaoa Street. LOUISVILLJII, KY.-Mr. WM. J. LEWERS, Secretary of the Board oi rrade, Jtleventh and Main Streets. JlrAIIISBVB.G, OHJO.-Mr.H. C. SCHUBEl< TH, Dealer In Leaf Tobac.co. !lEW ORLEANS, LA..-Mesano. K:REMELBERG, SCHAEFER & CO., TobRt:co Facton and Commisaio.n.M'eu:baots, 1 86 Common Street. PADtJCAH, KY.-M.j!Oira. M. H. CLARK & BRO., Leaf Tobacco Broken. PETERIBVB.G, VA.-Meson. LEROY ROPER & SONS, Tvbacco Commtuion Merchanta. PHILADELPHIA., p.&.-Mr. A R. FOUGERAY, Tobacco Manufacturen' Aaent, 33 North Front,Stret.. &ICHMOl!iD, VA.-Mr. R. A. MILLS, Tobaeco Brolr..,. aad Commie sion Mer:haat, Tobacco Sbockoe SUp. ST. LOVII, JI0,-1'4r. J. E. HAYNES, Dealer In Leaf Tobacco, Sec:ood Street Otm. PLATFOBJI FOB. 1876a lncr .... the Revenue from the 'Weed to bJ Fixing the Tax "PERMANENTLY \ SJXTBBl\T CJEBri'S per Pound Uniform on Tobacco and 8nufl and FIVE DOLLAR.& PER THOUSAMD ON CICAR8, AND ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS ON CICARETTE8. TO BE THANKFUL FOR: If trade is dull, and prospects for the future are not Marburg Broth,.., to 149 S. Cbarlea St. Wartman M. & So n, 13 North Fifth. WUkeua H. & CO., 1S1 PratL Wells & Robert.., Third and Ave. P Q.;.,,. of SnJ-L.QJ 'kMn, Wood ward, Garrett & Co., 33 orth W atr Becker Brothen, 9a Lombard. Manu.fM IJirff I Snuff,tmd s .. ... s,.,ff MH/acifln,.... 6 over brilliant, the tobacco in erest has at least one thiflg r... to be thankful for-that we have thus far escaped any Starr R &1Co. as South Calver IIUCO.S. SMHi"Mr, Wallace Joe. 666-67:1 North Eleveotb ,.,.. Mmrufilttrtl"l rif &ott Sff. Roeufeltl S lie Co., .Place. Stewrart, .Ralpb & Co 115 Arclt Patmt .l"t'"' R,/l,r. MJJ,vfactarc" !{ Ciz, G. & Co., '49 Char lee. Batchelor Brua., 8o8 Market Toll ce o fl'l'rl.iW..,..,. Hildebrand KlingenberR' 37 North Sentb Lorelltz & RitUer. Knecht. Smitb 131 North Thir d St. Theobald A. H., Third aDd Poplar. BOSTOR. Wells .. Roberta. fltird and Girard Ave. o.-;,.u,, MueWt1 tlllited Sta.tes Cigar Manufactory, l!tb &t VIne. HIJOU c. o .. II Central lfbarf. .r. .Drakrs ,,. Hawma tt..d .U..if T11-auJuturers BJ Fine Cigars, Freebie A. 14., Fmnt /Mru and Cigars. JC.lein .H. E. Fourth and Chestnut J)aY .. pol"t & Le ... 8:9 B.road. #f .. ,r Solt..,,r 11fRl'\MEJi, 0. r 'DD'- c,,..,,.swrt & t.:o., '"""'' Cartor. W-atolll a Son. r UVB.GH. :p_... 1{ BRI])Ge&T, (IC)Jnf, w.,_.. Bro., 79aod lr Aa.lth&eld. Sed uti.f T"-"o. Maujii.Chlnrs "E>CMitir M-eA;..,.,. Da.-eo. Wlllatelll H_,, as MJrt)o --W.ul a Grote, PS Liberty oj Tobaru PIJfiG!t Noutlo PR.OVIDEJIOE. B.. L fun. '7161Hr ;,_ Ci'zn. Morabao B., 366 HCG't. Farrlnrtoo W. P. 105 byer. BUFFALO, Jr. Y, QUDfCY,. ILL" l#'l.ohutl io JJ,...,-a ni D-ud;' anufa.turera t?.f l't'llf/ Luf-Tob.ltxJ Gem City Tebacco Wgrka; li a:. Prea.; Zf'nk G. W ttl Pearl. M. GoOdman, See.; .M. H edcb, CV.r M-/"'"',...., 4-D"""' ;,. LHU. C"-B.IORMOXD Va. rrr.r a.d SM11Ii"l' ToDMc-. c;.-;u;1 ,. Afp Un.. S. Browa'l Hsoa. A: CO., 147 M&ia Nolting's S o n A W,, Tobacco .... DlCHIC.AGO. W. Wbe J&Diea 14. A Peyton, 21 'fblrteeoth. w,uu....,. ;-,-...siM. D 11: lllllll!"e t. Ad&ma Beo:cJ H. I Lake --7. f ee SAX FRANCISCO. OllfCIJiliiA.TI, "l'b_e Consolidated T obacao Co. ol cAtlfomla, .&. Briu. Aeeot. WJ liroDt DuluU.HIIIrlaiUIIUUIDo.utieufT._. .lluudeo Henn & Bro., t6t6S PP&rl Kallay Ricb &: .Brother, us w....,t Froat. m Spanilt lad L"icar Lla.f 7WMin ,. LMJ Krobnt Feiss &: C'o n6 Vtne .t Co., 111 West Third. WeU, J(aba & Co., .154 M.uo. Zina JacoD & Bro., 18 East Sec0leon. Weat Secoa.d -L-f T.CMt hu,__. PrapeJ'.A. SPB.DfGFI:ELD, x-. Sqdtb B. & Co .. so Hampd ... ST. LOUIS, Ho. Tob.ucr 11' .-rtAOMIU, Dormltzer c. R. -" Co., liS Harket. TobfltcO M'rtAQ'nt. Wall, Behln &: Day, 510 North Second. of Lef THa. Voa Phnl &: L a.dd 23 North Main TobtKta llrobr llaJDoNl.E., 21 Soiit.b Second UTIOA,JI. Y M6uf-rarrif F C..t C.U..."'l rut Pl.....,. 'Ill alter B W.A.B.EKOUSE PODfT, a-. PullLr o.f Seed Lea.fT.u. Parker R. A. WESTFIELD. 11-. Peelrwl ""' ""'- sL. T..._ serious discussion of a change in the tax-1 ate dUJ iog the present of Congress In marked contrast with thi immunity is the experience of the dealers 10 spirits, who are now suffering from effects of a propo sition to reduce the impest on whis'ky, a bill to that effect having been reported. In consequence, distillers have largely suspended operations ; and so fearful of reduced receipts irom this cause l:lave the officials of the Bur-eau become, that Commissioner Pratt has addressed a letter to the Committee on Ways aed Means, calling upon the to i:isue a statement that i n all probability no change in the rate will be ma
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-, 2 obvious that no confhct of authority as between S tate -Gon;;ectz iiJ Mfl sachu and Umted law was 111tended in thiS pawciilar, t-' d t Wrappers-.;--' __ J.Io@zc 8'y.@1oc ibut, pracucahy, a conlfhct 1s provide or see ms 0 Running loti_-:...::.._. 9@ ./Jc 7 9 c lbe, .t moment proceerlings ior ejectment are msututed crops and _7 against a tenant who asse(tS hi nght to be allowf expressmg theit before the Committee. Thts prompt acuon on the part of the trade, 1f' 1t has been taken, IS quite proper, and we trust other members m thts c1ty and elsewhere will be equally mmdful of the1r mterests before It 1s too late to effect the defeat of the project. A fuH protesting delegatwn should m Washmgton at the earliest practicable m, ment. Nobody. so far as we are aware, has sohctted a mod1ficat10n of the tanff as affect mg tobacco and cigars, and the general opinion on the subject is that the matter should be left for the present exactly where tt is. mg is related: Uncle Damel Drew was the only man probably the chief obstacle to the reahzauon Bremen market may be anticipated, uncertain as its who knew the word by wh1ch h1s combinatiOn safe was of a full vclume @f sales. present attituae appears. opened. One morning he was 111 and dtd nof get down Of the 6s,ooo cases of old stock on han on January to lus office, so they sent to the word. "Door" was 11 1 8 6, zs,ooo repr.esented, it fs estimated, 1g7'4 Con-MINOR EDITOR! a ..-8 the word, the messenger was told, but he worked w i th it half an hour and the safe remamed closed. He renectlcut and Massachusetts tobacco. The sales of this --[turned to the old gentleman. "What word did you variety in January were r,Soo io February b NoRrH NE':"s .-A Ia! number of to-say r" "Door! door!" shouted Uncle Daniel. The I,ooo casea. If the estimate of stock on hand at the acco plants hav been klled by cold 10 Orange county. clerk, !>uddenly remembenng that Mr. Drew. was eccenbeginmrig of the year was apprOJ'i ately Cl!rrect, as 1t Weber, ol No. P7 Stanton tnc lD some aske\:1, "How do you spellt, sir?" S .,. "Such ignorance! D-o-a':.r e, of course." 'fhe was Probably W\\S, from 21,ooo to 22 ;oo cases rem am to be treet, was recently robbed of worth of cigars. f ) opened. sold. l'he e.Jtimate yield o n llloile two was y w.bic:lf-tnma:ctions TJJE CENT.NNIAL.-!s any one-in. the tude acting A NEw BRAND CIGARS -A Belgian informs ..---upon our-' suggestion of an illustratea istory of tlie to H H in the crop have dragged along 1s re!ldily discerned by bacco commerce for the u that is Royal tghness the Count of Flanders, companng remains with the quantity presumed to brother of the Kmg of Belgium, has been so profoundly have been produced A Nsw CouNTERII'lUT.-Tobacco and cigar dealers delighted with the effec,rs of then" antigastra!gic Cigars" "f manufactured by the" earned r. --,of New York,'' d L fi of. If should be on the lookout ior a new five rlollar counter In cons enng t e llluro t 16 tobacc two radically feil on tbe Merchanh'ifatinnal Bank, of New Bedford that he haA ordered 500 boxes of these soothing confecdifferent opinions areexpresse. ii: one bemg 1hat it is M I II 1 u1 d t10ns. What in the world is an "antigastralgic cigar?" ass. t IS we ca c ate to deceive. destine to eo>ntlnueti will be allowed to asks a contemporary. Can it be smoked with a<;lvanf 1 k BETTER T!MilS COM!liG.-Only SIX falures were re ta'ge by infants suffering with the coho? Has it a flavor lap over rom year year. i e the r87o crop, and ported f om New England last week. Ths ts a "growof peppermmt ? It ts sad to kr ow that a. pnnce of l>uch finally will have to be sold in small reels at a large mg Jess by degrees,, whtch s very encouraging. N 0 high posttion as the Count of Flanders is liable to the reductiOn from present asking pnces. is, that tobacco men' among them. vulgar disorder known as the stomach-ache; but how owing to the" necessities of the trad, the bulk of it will proud we aught to be that republtcan America has proToBACCO SrATISTICS -The mternal revenue col lected at the Danv11le, Va, office on manufactured tobacco and for the month of Feb1 uary was $48, 161 25. The revenue on the same arucles for Febru ary, I8fS, was $r66,345 30. Total revenue from man ufactured tobacco and c1gars from rst of October, 1875, to 29th of February, I876, 75 fotal reve nues from the same for the same penod of the previous year, $390,I74o. The sales of leaf tobacco for February last, as pubhshed Friday, were as follows: -Pounds, 2,844,747; aggregate pnce, av erage price per cwt, The sales of leaf tobacco for February, 1875, were as follows: Pounds, I1436,749, aggTegate price, l-3 17,097.27; average price per cwt, $22.07. The sales of leaf tobacco in this market from 1st of October, 1875, to 29th of February, 1876, were as foll ows: 8,1o7,952; aggrega!e price, $849, 652 64; average pnce per cwt, 47 Sales of leaf tobacco for same period of the previous year: Pounds, $5,297 .348; aggregate pnce, $r,r44,6ro.7o; average pru.:e per cwt, $21.60. Tax on cigars for FebJUary, 1Sf6, $169 95 Export tax on manufactured tobacco at 10 cenh! per package, $6.9o. Tax on distilled sprits, $147 6o. Tax received from license to sell spirits, $40L2j. b d d f b ,: h 1 f h VERY CoMrcAL.-" Uncle Dck" Schell and his Greenvided him With a e tspose 0 e ore 1 e c ose 0 t e present season, back Committee at the Sturtevant House }ast week. He WHEAT AND MONEY.-The W6rld tqus punctures a and at prices varying J itfle, if any, from those now estaband Gideon J Tucker apparently for the "Rag-b.Y" AN INTERESTING To illustrate tht; ex foolish fallacy of the mflatiomsts. If we substitute tolished. So mu;;h depends upon other rcumst nces party in this State. tent to which tbe volume of business has contracted bacco for wheat, the would hold equally good, than thoae ll!Jating djrectly 0 tbe jlleds 2! the since the panic of r87 3, the follo wing figures sh'owthat wheat is much more an article of support than trade which will exercise an influence u on the cemand ing the condltioR of our city banks w1ll be ftJund inter-the weed. Still the closing of all foreign markets to The loans last week were $261,ooo,oco, again3t ouJ Ame r ican tobaccos would be a signal calamtty:-The for tobacco as well as for other sta lesM state f the d '* f fl d" d h d 1 r f h oo,ooo m an ,.29r,ooo,ooo in 1874, being a ax;mers o n 1ana an t e ere u tty .armers o t e .Finances ahd the general conditio of Trade anc:J>-Comdecrease of $3o,ooo,coo in two years. The deposits Cmcmnau Enquzrer somehow think they want nonJCnerce, fori. taoce-that1t is predtct with were $214,ooo,ooo, against $2151ooo,ooo in r875 and exportable money. Why does not the Enqurrer, on the anv degree of accuracy what will be the ultimate fortune $24o,ooo,o.:w ln 1874, teiog a dllcrease of same pnnctple, adv1se ts agricultural alhes to grow no,n ; MAR. 29 HEADS A N D HANDS.-It 1 s related that, Fra n k Beard, the artist, while at dtnner re ce ntly, was told of a man tn ;N Street wtth three hands. "How that?" asked Beard. ''He's a l1ttle behind-11and,"w1"1s tile reply. "You are a more extraordinary man," was the reply, "for you have two heads; you have a 1head of your own, and you've got,a h;,ad of me." STAMPs FOR ExPO.RT TO.BAcco.-ln the U. S. Su preme Court at Wasllington on the 16th.inst.., the case of the well known Yugtma tobacco Mr. Pace, came up for h;armg. 'fe bavit will be less brisk han miwfht be aesired, will unques-Accordmg to a ecent enactment all j)9ftable wheat in his granary worth firtYr cents a bushel mildly denominated a SUlCLdal basts. Tobacco mspectionably increase as the season advances. The actravellers m Alabama mu pay a ax in the 8 ape f a (wllen there is any demand at all for tt) mstead of two twn ts, t would seeln, a purely business matter, and to ,_ 1 d d f fiftv dollar license. Is not this rather severe on the TRADE.The Miamisburg (0.) BuUtlm of M reb 17 1 N y k h h h 1 be conducted for the best mterests of the producer and 1 xn()W e ge ments o a ,portwn of 1t will msure a ready Th 6 1 1 d 1 1 bu$he s, one m ew or t e ot er on t e way to .!vrepresentatives of our leadmg tobacco firms, who mav says e 7 crup are rnOVJng s 0 Y. an re uctant Y h d 11 d h If b h 1, Of h1s salesmen. of that, it is regarded as a means = sale or tbat iee, aqd chusetts, 2,ooo cases New York, 1,ooo cases Penn'syl-AS IT ONCE WAs.-ur capitalists of a dE.., dof:\'tyOII say that again! cu ure. ILinois. Of this region, :Ba!umore is the natural outvania 9 oo0 ca,es Ohio 1 ooo 'cases WiscC:nsin ofltbe and Pearl Streets formerly found Lt coavemcnt, J _, 1 : Ha SNTtMDIT OF "Tsa COlli""{JlY -GAINST INYLAlet, and should be the cheapest and preferred ma.rket. and :ase!l Connecticut .and Mnsa. was dull, to take a yer_: 'on tl:ie THE HoLGAitDO MYSTERY Ex,",LAtNF.D.-ONLY 11. -rtoN-COMMPCIMENT Oil' A NEw ERA.-There are What is the actual state of the case? Of a to tal aver N y k 8 oo6 i p 1 10 orde.r t.o tqrp an AJ. Thts reCoMMOX !WlNDLll: AFTB.R Au. -l he' recent mvstesqll those (remarks a cotemporary) with theif bauds age of r6d,ooo gr' own in this section, allowing tts, 4,ooo cases. ew or ca es ennsy 'It urce has not lately been vouchsafed them.' Last week, nous move1pents of Senor Holga..rdo are tpu s explamed. and tbe1r money ir. their pockets watting for better one-half for home consumption and domestic manufacvanla, cases Oblo, 4,ooo Wtsconsm of tlie was, perhaps_? the dullest Wall Street ever known, R;tael Vassollo, a captai_n in the Spanish army, came ttm s or fearing-th'lt the may cause.furtber ture, there-shoald come to market annually 8o,ooo hogscrop or 18741The to\al sales Since to date have been and speculation IS not only dead burted. Jle.re from C1,1ba a short ume ag_o to some b11s-tluctauons and a fresh unsettlmg of ralues. But the heads. How much does Baltimore get of this? Last I5o71''51!IeavinJ: only 49,225 cases available at this time, 1:.... c 0 Th fl t" t t h b th m +ss before sa1lmg for SpaiD. He had been told by .great mass of the people, those who have suffered most year we inspected only 6,oJ6 hogsheads of Ohio and 79i a qlii tit=> small enotgh 1t must be admitted to meet TI N--:-, e hm a toms wasfe mh uc rea Agosto and Francisco Moreu that Havana lottery' tic by tl1e dechne in values-farmers, workmgmen, merhog$heads of Kentucky. This is on l y about' one-thud J m mve1g mg agamst t e contractron o t e currency. k ld b ld fi f h / d d h d 1 h d 1.. d f h f h S h It h e ts of the trade until the new crop ca be h" h h t h Th ets.cou e so at a pro to one un r.: per cent. c ants an capita 1sts ave accepte tHe suuauon an o t e quanuty rom t ese tates we ave usua y rot e :r qWJemen n '! 10 t ey IS rummg t e country."' e m 'this cny. He borrowed $31,ooo in Havana currency demded in their own minds that there shall be no cetved. True, the Wester11 erop was a failure year, app'{bprillted, even tf .all of It were serviceable, and much llon, however. ISm reahty. a .j:ontracubn of _crecht, and from 'Senora Gerano Fernandes, hb mother-in-law, and l infiM10n." They llave gone tv work agai and but these receipts are far below the percentage of fall een !(ery materially reduced VIRGINIA. PoLICE CouRT Sci:NE May it please and. wodttld go_ Wllh Capti!Vassollo to New York 'and aid our railroad !ines, and the receipts of grai n and dour been increased by new railroad connections, but not as Court," sald officer Scott, ,risllg from a benchfutf of b1mm sposlllg of therg.IJ l}olgardo sa1led on M;Lrcb at lake and nver ports. All pohncal comomattons or largely as they should be. In I861 we shtpped to for. smoe that a..nd the telunce be upon J d c h" h 1 M 8 tor New York, and Capt. 'Vassallo and the "Moreu sci emes tt:ndmg to rob those pecple of their earnings eign ports 75,590 hogsheads of tobacco, and our inspecr:po 1cemen as u ge ox got mto 1s c: atr, ay 1t 1 I ConoocJcpt and of the same year, please the Collrt I am requested to a:>k your honor not brothers followed m the next steamer. Twu or thFee by tampering with the currency-.11l local or sect tonal nons were 64,559 hogsheads: In r867 we shipped 6I,whether it i$ wholly approved or not. to dpen court yet, as us boys want to fimsh our ctgars." days after their arnval Hvlgardo was suppQsed e&deavors to mto power on the balloon of inflation, 1 I 1 hogsheads; tn 1873, 5 1 ,652; tn 1874,49,241 hhds.; in Bu!linesJ in the Seed trade for the fjrst two months ''llave you another cigar ab.>ut you?" inquired his to be kdt:tapped. The outcry made at Ius wtl 'bt: 5Ummanly put down wherever the 1ssue ts 1875, 33,o7o hhds.-a bad exhtbtt. What is the' f -8 6 Ill tq ti th d 8 horor. "1 have," replied Scott with a dismayed look. ance by the Moreu brothers, thou_2;h feigned on their squarely p1esented to the at largt:. It is the re.u;on of thts? The pnce of Maryland tobacco ranges 0 I '1 WI or e peno ln I 75 "The motion is granted. _Court adjourned for part, alarme.I the Spaotsh Consul, and he felt 1t obhga&e.nument and Wlllh oi all those who ha1(e any thmg at from $6.so to per grade, and from J7 to $25 sollleas fQllows :1 _, r.tinutes. Hand up ydur stmkadero." tory upqn him to find Holgardo, and the a!far gJV-stake that there shall be i11 tbts no step backttmes n the grade,, the pnce of Oh1 o ranges from $7.50 Sales. Ofwhtch.for Export. Exports. 1 en to Detecllve Dav1es to unravel. Aftet findmg Hoiward. The aggregate amount of busmess IS gradually to ho accordmg to1grade, with no range of over $4 in Cases. Cases. Cases. CouRT,EOUs.-\"'e are indebted to the Philadelphia gardo, Capt. Vassollo was unable to obtam h1s lottery It is, so far, larger tha'n la>t year, and w111, each grade, the pnce of Kentucky ranges from $9 50 to -5,644 1 i756 554 B1fstntss AdvQcate and Pnce Current, itself an able and t1ckets. Detective Dav1es was convmced by the mapfrom present appearances, contmue to increase The $25, wni\. average vanatton of $2 111 grad'=; the pnce of _Feoruary._---.6,5oo 200 1J0 76 indispensable commercial and news journaJ t for tbe folner m whtch the Moreu brothl::rs acted that the so-called decline in pnces was a necessary precursor to the revival Vtrgmta hom $8 to $20, wjth maximum scahng m grade 1 lowing pleasing notice :--'1 HE foBACCO LEAF, qf New k1dnappmg was a consp1racy to defraud Capt. Vassollo of trade. One swallow does not make a summer, but of $3. Thts shows conclustvely a worse system of inTw Street J the ClemanJ for postage stamps, postal cards If t)le low, inferior lots classed as "good to fine were Total -----11,875 4,641 5,799 subscribing to the paper. It 1 s m every respt:ct a firstjail. He made a confession, saying most of the money and stamped envelopes reached the unpretedented back where they belong and 1 h b b bl class 1 ournal, and in saying this we bestow the had been lost in gambling in Havana. The d1sappear-amount of $3,5oo,ooo worth The department hal! sold "common," the planter would speedtly find It to his in-The aggregate sa es ave een, tt 1s o serva e, pr.aise in our power. THE TOBACCO LxAF con tams regu-ance of Holgardo was a ruse to make Capt. Vassollo 9o,ooo,ooo of postal cards stpce the 3oth of June, 1875,, terest to take more care itrt the preparation of this leaf slightly less, but the sales for export, as also 1the actual T c k h b 1 th h h d b k d d d d d h th t d th t fi 1 b" h d d r h k I 1 d h ld b tar, quotations of all tl:.e home and 1 oretgn mar ets, wtt e teve at e a ecn 1 nappe or mur ere an w ere e sa e unng e en 1re sea year w It en e l'or t e mar et. n ot 1er wor s, mspect10n s ou e a exports, hi've beea more this year than last. th4 address of all the leadmg manufacturers and that the lottery tickets, supposed to be purchased, were on that date w_as only 1o t,ooo,ooo. These are tax on careless and poor farming and a premtum on Export' quotations for Seed leaf f 6 r March, 1875 and' in 1 the article. The advertmng list of THE TGBACCO stolen. Francisco Moreu'went to Havana m the C1essure indication of a gradual revival of h-qsmess through-good and careful farmmg ,-!o r the sake of the farmers as 1 ,1876 as allows:LE1All' is simply immense. ,, cent Ctty on the 16th. out the country. well as for the sake of the trade. ) I j I I" J .. ...

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,I MAR. 29. ruE TOBACCO THE TOBACCO MARKET. we can not get a chanc" to fill orders on that accd' unt. BFEMEN--37I hhds, r2o dcr stems, I,I49 cases 8o I We did pot have a'n average winte1 trade, and thus far in the spnng trade has been unusually ligflt. The f3:ct is, hhds, '63 cases, I91 pkgs that the entire West has been mud buund for the past four months, aad until the roads are settled, thereby Some orders,at all events, can n o t be supplied as well as cl!roons, 23 bales. DOM.ESTIC. they coulcl thirty days ago. Then, clull trade made BRITISH AuSTRALIA.-20 NEw YoRK, M arch 28. goods a little cheaper; now, business having improved (37,028 tb") mfd. There is little to commend 'in the record of the week a little, they are made dearer. Lynchburg advices are BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN CoLONIEs-.-2 hhds, reo enabling the farmer to market his grain, etc., and pay his 'debts, there will be but a small de maud from the country-hence no inducements to the jobber to lay in larger stocks. Our jobbers are all running very close to the wind. I quote, viz: Manufactured Tobacco-just closed as it rdates to the tobacco market, whether to the effect that leaf comes in slowly on account of bad pgs (u,52:1 tbs) mfd crude or manufactured. The actual sale in all branches weather. 1'here is quite a panic there abou 'black CANADA-119 hales. of the tobacco trade have been light, considered sepawrappers on account of the scarcity in the new 'Crop of CHILI-25 pgs, (4,ooo lbs) mf.l. rately or colleC:ively. Tl\e only noticeable feature is tobacco of substance. Black wrappers are bringing as CuBA--34 pgs (3,904 lbs) mfd. that apparently increased iirmnes was the rule, two _or much as they did last year, at the high prices of that DANIS H WEsT INDIE5-I hhd, three causes combining to produce that the stifftime. A letter,irom a manufatureT says: 'YoUr cus-(t,OJ9 lbs) mfd. 205 bales, 2 2 Standard bright, llll styles, 56@6o; medum, do. do. so @53; common, do 45@48; fancy styles, iucludiwg twist, etc., 57@75; standard black, aU styles, very fine, so.@ 52; medium, do 45@47; common, do. 40@42; Fine Cut -Common, 38@4.2; medium 45@5o; good, 55@65; choice, 7ct; fan. cy, 75 Smoking-common, ir. paper, 27@35 KKK., common, 36@42 ; med:um, 45@6o-; 11ess at the West and South, or in Virginia, for one tomers must not--be too captious about appearances; f o r GxNOA-6o hhds. thing reduced supplies of really desirable goods for au. the reason that wrappers, ve at the present high IIAMBUnG-68 cases, 88t bales. other' and the feeling that good tobacco of all grades is prices, are defective."' HAYTI--93 bales, :. pgs (35" l:bs) mfd. f!,oislg to be worth all that is, or is likely to be, asked Buyers_, it is ked, ar_e still hoping fhl lowE!'r LIVERPOOL-245 hh' ds, 655 pgs ( u9,332 ltls) mfd. for it for still another. The roads.and the weather have prices, and some are holding off in the beli.ef thr.t 1they. NAPLES...,354 'hhds. been' of a char,cter to make the receipt of stock in the may ere long be realized. Bu it would seem as if the VENEZIJELA-4 hnds 52 pgs{4,7ro lbs) m'Tcl:...., interior markets a 'ftlatter of some uncertai nty, and as a idea were destined to be a mistaken one, It is easy to DOMESTIC ...J necessary consequence of the actual and possible hin. hope for and ask for concessions to the extent of three, The arrivals at the port of Yorlc from domestic gooCI, 65@75; ancy, 87@ 25. '"The priocipal demancl, in what is termed Killickinick Smoking, is for good, wgiJJIJ f orn c. drance {rom this soarce, prices there have strengthened four, or five cents a pound on tobacco, but-the conces interior and .coastwise pflrts for .the week endi g arofl and found a sympathetic respoflse here. Though as yet sions are not easily ,made. The average selling price d d b d 2il were r 503 hh.ds, 1 :t3 tres, 5 qtr trcs, 2 4e cases the re sponse has, apparently, not extP.n e cyon mere of plug tobaccos, including all kinds, ,does not probably 1 d 1,033 pkgs, box, 244 'three-qtr bxs, 12:: half bxs, 76 qtr sl'mpathy, whatever it may ultim ,atelj' o. exceed 48 cents per pound. Wp.en, tjlerefOre, a reduc72 caddies, 7 bbls, 152 eases cfl!afs, 7 caseS' 'Exporters, ch1elly for :account, have been the tion of four cents is asked for, it is the same as to say ettes, 37 bales, too'bxs pipes, con!ij'neIIO! s me1st buyers of the week, and they have operated that the manufacturers at;d dealers together are .Pnly BY T.HE E E J. Garth, Son &_CO., 1 10 only to a moderate e}ltent. Ihe inquiry new lentttled. to 20 cents a pound, as the tax is 24 cents, upon hhds; Pioneer Tooac ;_ sh pping 1obacco, and seems to have a tn!l.e more which there is no dtscount allowed by Government, A C L & 0 hi b f la h f b t t F t h h I I b d h Cq., 19 do;! remelberg & Co, 43 do; . apPrecta e t an o te, t lSr or t or or w et er matena a or, mterest, msurance, an ot er Meyer, I 2 do; Buchana n & Lyall, 2 do; 'rhos. Kinnicutt, tlng tobacco there also appeaJrs to have been an Imol cost are high or low. Forty-eight ce viewed 8 do; Pollard, Pettus. & Co., 17 do; Buri;lal)k &-Nash,32 proved demcmd, tiloap were very little more than as a factor by j!se)f seems a full, roui d figure, but do; Wallace k Co., 12 do; Goodwiq Co., 17 for the previous week. Ltght supplies of this class of eliminate the taxand only half of the factor remains. goods make liberal 'rll'ISACtions in them impracticable, I'ake then, the cost of the leaf, such leaf as the manu do; Garrot & Grinter, III 00; J.D. Kielly, Jr., 15 do; f. S. S. Edmonst1m & Brother, 2 do; Jarvis &J;e, 31 do; I!'PeiP'if mbereondtrimr!"were favor:rbte. For manu ac. facturers have to buy to keep up the oftheir b h f w 1 ( .., S. E. Thompson, 51 do; Bunzl & Dormtzer, 24 pgs; turing purposes t e pure ases c. estern ea were goods and the requirements of dealers, ahn what E. Rosenwald & Brother, 257 do; Kerbs & s .. iess, 70 considerably less tbau at our last writing. Though 1he is there left for either manufacturP.r or dealer evtm at r h k f, w I f ao; Order, 243 hbds, I I pgs. of active t e mar or estern ea nev24 cents per pound? Obviously very little._ of1en not BY THE I HuDsON Rwl!R RAILROAD-Sa""'er, Wal. erf1181ess be pronounced 10 a measurably sattsfactory any thi ng excepting loss. 1 "'-J d' S k F k b :.. d d h lace & Co., 24 hhds; Thos. H oy t & Co., 10 pga; D. II. con 111on. mo mgor smo 1ng to acco tne em an as McAlpin & I Co., Io do; Wise & Bendbelm, so do; f. c. Messrs. Saw; er, Wallar.e & Co. report:Weslerp bee about as !lsual. a but not acti:ve inquir F ""h 1 d t t 1 7 6 )lhdQ f htclL (o...1 w Linde Co., 2:: do; C H. Spitzner, 55 do; Chasl -1 e sa es repone amoun o On y 4 ... o w contlntl tng assortments. Tag & Son,' IO do; Goodwin & Co., 10 do; P. Lori! ard 350 for export, mostly to buyers'; 6o to manu-Cigars-The cigar market is not much chanoed facturers, 4? to and 17 to There .has though manufacturers report a quieter movement. "' -& Co., 19 do; F. H. Leggett & Co., 8 5 do; Order, been more mqutry for quantity for Regtes, and poss1bly Guld opened at 113 7,.1., arid closed at 1 14. I 3 1 do. b ld Th h d d h )'O Bv THE NATIONiL LINE-Pollanl, Pettus & Co. rs6 mure may have een so e orne tra e an t e Fordgn Exchange--Messrs. M. & S. Sternbetger, open markets have, on the other b and! quieter. Bankers, report as follows:-Aga in we have to report a hhds; Buchanan & Lyall, 12 do; Blakemore, Mayo & The market is firm, aml. some grades stlffi!r, m sympa-. quiet but firm market.\ Notwithstanding lhe sca rcity of Co. 13 do; Garrott & Grinter, IO d o ; A C. L. & 0. thy with the West, where bad roads have caused a fall-good commercial paper, still the d.,mand is s o small as Meyer, 12 do; P. Lorillarcl & Co,, t2 do; Sawyer, Wal ing off in r _eceipts, and prices are comparallvely above to full,, counteract the effects of that scarcity. The Bank lac e & Co.," do; Thos. Ktnnicutt, 13 do; J. H M oore & Co., 9 do; Burbank & Nash, II do; S. E. Thompson,14 our quotations. of England decreased its minimum rate for discount to 3.% Sd h T 1 d h' d do, Jarvis & Co., 38 do, Order, 81 do, lot week 2d weeo, week. 'th w eek. ut week. ela per CCI'lt. a a t IS caused a of It{ cent On tbe J 473 1 o68 720 792 347 3 408 74 BY THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD-A. Teller, 471 anuary nominal short sight rate. The 6o day's rate remained & February 286 645 662 345 2,5oo unaffected and unchanged. Gold is fluctuating more cases; iR. H. Arkenbt.rgh, 198 do; E. Hoffman Son, March.-T-300 694 847 476 ---2,317 'than ever, but nobody is able to foretell wh a t the next 85 do; E Spingarn & Co., 28 do; H. Schubart & Co., Virginia .leafThere is still.lbut a small of day will bring forth We quote:-Bankers, nominal Io do; S. Rossin, 35 do; Mandelbaum & Co .. thiS tobacco here, what was desirable, whether bnght or rates are 487 and 490 for 6o days and demand Sterling 99 do, E. Roseuwalcl & Brother, 34 do; N I,achenbruch dark, having been sold. week to in small respectively; Selling r.ates 486.J4 for 6o davs, for & Brother, 8o do; M. Westheim & Co., 2 do; C. Urparcds about as fast It amved. Old bnghts would demand; Commercial, 6o days, 485. Paris-Bankers, mann, 5 do; G. B. Wilson, 175 pgs; C. A. Whitney & find ready sale here tf they conld be had. The. n.cw. 3 days, 5 r 2,%; 6o gow, per steam, 30s.; Bristol,per Co., 48 do; !A. Stein & Co., I do; Frischen, Roess & which has almost becqUJe Chrome. steam, 4os.; Havre, per 47S.6d.; Antwerp, per Schulz, r do; M Oppenheimer & Brother, 5 do; A. 6 B Cohn, 1o8 do; Levy & Neugass, t do; Wm Eggert & .sud .lMf-Continued apathy abroall a11d at home left steam, 47s. '-'irem eo, per steam, 45s., Hamburg, per 1 the Seed lea1 market E>Vtn cilt!ler tban:al:the date of our steam, 4os. r 1 Co., 79 do; H. Schubart & Co., I do; L. Gersche & T ...., -Brother, r <'o. liSt the sales for the week only ,amounting to PABT:ICV:I..All II'OT:ICB BY ,nm NEw YORK AND HARTFORD STEAMBOAT about 900 sgai?s r, too cases .P,revi?usly an. Oroen of leat tobacco are ca'ut1on.d- :ep<;n1 tl:: LINE-Joseph Mayer's Sons, 5 cases; Strait on & S tonn, nounceul. 1 h 1 s result comparatively ltght sales reported aales and \"otnlono of d leaf as furnishing the pnces that' 39 do; L. Gerschel & Brother, 106 do; .H. Schubart & for the month but 1.-larch is rarel y a busy mont h in the should he obtained for t!lem at 6rst u these refer in most instances_ H W tolracco Last year for the month the sales te old cropo which have been held nearly a year, and the proiit on Go., I72 1do; A Scoville & Co., 94 do; M ea helm 6 6 d th t f thb 1 which m111t naturally include the interest on capital invested Growert & Co., 6o do; A. L. & C. L. Holt, 15 do, E. Rosenwald were .f, 7 cases, au e expllll' 5 0 same sa es cannot eapect even m tile cue of aew cropo, to oell them the sam & Brot her, 2 do. I,Ss6 :Both and 'ports, accordmg to jlfiCCI u are <>l>tained on a re-sale heR: Of cour>e evey re-sale must be BY THE OLD DoMINION STEAMSHIP LINE-A. C. La. iodtcauooa, Will be leas tlus year. .c an ad-.ance, and therefore toe obtainable by the growen wilr d & d W E CI M-aT'[k F A. Prague, Leaf oba o Ins ector ece1pts from the country een more tberal thts week., and we have to report some impJ:Qveme j, b.ath.ill quantity and quality, of the olferiogs-11t aucti on. Prices have been well maintained on all grades-o( new,.-a.nd .show some advance on the oommon and medium gr;1des of old. Ohio Seed is wiThou a e, willi a gooCI ut.lc.okl R l.nt"'-ma.4nfow<:u"able Abrilliantseason 75 ']os. D. Keilly, J)' 6s'hhds, 6s V r 8 ---------8 6' '8 6 -,-or-D ..., Oo=lut ......... : 9 @ u Runo1':c,..L'.rt' !" cases m.fd, 12 three qtr]ibxs do; oa. D. Evan & 00.,2 ear I 74--------------1 3 :7'4 19 2 -t'.-.oa--,notto eantidpatedinaperiodolgeWII'.Al ... ... v __ 873 '02I 5484 I84'8I -,_-_ .._ .. ..... ., J..ota ... ,. '" 18 hhas """'half Ius mfd J G nh on & C() 6 tl'cs -.. ..... -----.... depres i"n but there is good l!'round for elieving that Good .. "ilr6 14 @ ; a 0 b k r th past t e 1 ""'"' 'i' Pine @ 19 04U-Crop i73 C G. Franklyn, IO do, 6s cases mfd, '1.25 thiee qtr qxs ur rea s tor e wo w e.lave s..,vwn lTD a conSiderable amciUQt <:if busmes will b done in this lectlou .............. none Ihaulr Loto 1 BJ4 @o uo, a .. A. Richey, 5 cases smka, r6 do mfd, 22 half bxs provement' in order ana a larger proportion 0. good market, and other markets where it is de It in, in "'eed L111bt cutuug lugs....... 7 "'" N""' y.,..,o Stat.-crop 87aaud 873 ,.. 'gh tl th f h t 't f "' .ro do Jeoif ....... n @as Running l..ot ........... 8@9 do; 5 qtr bxs do; Doban, Carroll & Co., 5 cases 11.1fd, 60 wei ts, ow10g paT y to e act 1 a 1 was ro tLy ....... three qtr bxs do, Io half bxs do, <40 caddies do; Marllll dealers, who have good houses to prutct their tobacco .. eo-l...t-........... 8"'@"'!! '""'R"& Johnson, 32 cases smkg, 9 do mfd, 6 6 ,qtr bxs do; from the winds and weather, and those not so provided affected, {lot only hece but i!l Europe as well, by the Ha .. do. B lkley. Moore & Co., 55 cases mfd, 20 half bxs do; 4 could not handle. No really beavybo ie misfortune1about which there can no do ,'.,r5 '', caddies do, c. E.l.ee, 4 cases mfd," q1r bxs do, I6 on our market this week. We sold s reasonable doubt-which has befallen the Havana cr"P ,_...,. th' d tl. n at pri es ranarng f o ""' Yar"' Cut, ................ fi5f!!< 95 caddies do; 1 G. W. Hillman, 5 cues mid, u do; IS esc:np 0 r ... ,.fnr ... Wise & Benpheim, 31 cases smltg, 7do ciga ettes; Allen export Sweet old lugs at 7oc to nufacty'f! PHILADELPHIA, March 27 .....-Mr. A. R. Fou&eray, Manufncturers' Agent. reports :-Receipts and sales of Manufacitlrttl Plug Tobaccos continue to show a slight improvement, while the demand would be still greater if there was a general stock o{ old'material from which our jobbers could have. an opportunity to make their customary spring selection; the tr0uble, however, is, but a few of our nd Virginia manufacturers are properly represented in stock o the market, hence the bulk of the goods sold are confined tD certaia partiel, who have been able heretofore tc persuade their eop signers that goods malte of old reliable materiaf'woutd be needed at this time as a resul>t of their prompt and t:ustworthy action. A much bands<>mer busines turned to their account'than was alltictpated this sp So much for being on the alert. Low grade g made of new stock are not in favor, no matter how Receipts from all sections, 8 boxes, caddies, 576 cases, 42 kegs, I,o83 pails. :ci,rRrs-Manufacturers of both fine and medium grades continue to work moderately, with orders rece fro.m Joca! while the experience dtfficulty 10 obtammg matenal whtch contaiu dark r COIItinuetl on Seventh Page.) A'Q.otion Sales. By John I:I. Draper&: o., ht Pearl Street, on Wednesday, March 29, at 12 o'clo'ck, nvon, at I'?r Water Street, 2P4 bales prime Havar.n Tobacoo, to be sold in bond for ca&h. By Burdett & Dennis, 29 Burling SlipJ on Frida Mau:h JT, at"12 o'clock, within theiraldre, I,900 Hllvlt Cigars, 2,r31 bales Havana Gigar ttes, 94 lbs s,oeo..cho.ics Key Wes Cigars. W. ]. liOODLESS. Late of w L HOOD LESS & co,. Receiving & Forwa.rQing foot of Van Oyke and Partitian Sts., Brookivn. Blll ad c:t.re Nabonal Oli'JJ'lCES WlWara St., 5. T.l Paa-Ut.loa .'-o B..,..Jtbrs. -493+ T O LET. A li'IRST- Brlgbt Yellow Wor mg-1111 45 @5() helm, 8 do; A. Hen &Co., 26 do; J. Ottenbe,g & Son, -they m y not, increase price. We look for a bett 2 do; Bowne & Frith, 41 o Conom011 .............. 11 5 Of Conatclicut tobacco only a ..few pa.rcels, consisting uom. lO med. 1 (gl 9 Naey P-r.-FI"'' llll t& M G d d r.L 6 @ 10 Ha!f Pw"d.a>td.Tilirda. BYTHE NEwYoRX. AND BALTO(OR1! TRANSPORTA OO 0-------5 S 7 partly of crop rappen1 at and partly Jf"rviA>nHO Grinnell, Mivtum & C., 100 cases leaf ; Weiss, Eiler me.-. ---------IO I4 I r .D'.II .. Gooettoaured. @u Brogbtl'wlst(Va)U-22 r.i140 Selec ons @ I4 17 18 @25 Ftncy ......... : ... ,! ,,.., Br.h Gold Baro. 6iacb. so 'o & Kaeppel, 12 ca!>es smoking, 7 bbls do; 8 pgs ---... ---howe\'t"r, 10 most cases, have been of su(:h undesuable ll u-A Br1'ght wra.ppers common 111tLf.i\rs good 15@25 U"per Couul.. ...... 20 11 < h nd d hhds of crop f Uommnn Wrappen .00 e.s Common to accllum 1.5 ciS JO do; v, Marnn .. z Yboc & Co., :t do ; L. Rodriquez, mg a .ew u re 0 I for ho e traqe at to@JSC for wrapeer.. Good Wrappet11 ....... 3.!1 @45 IIVua"""""" .. rllre. dutT lo 13 rtail?T, o I!!!'Milii.so cases were sold. .! laatl tobacc9 c to. come in freely and the good iug all the dtfferen\ qualities except 1 g, and even of Our Lancaster (Pa.) correspondent, nder date of .. JO @35 "Scrap Iii ..... 'l!a 45 grades are rea 1Jiy taken W&Jile be dull tb s c Jots 0 0 avd some tJ.Pe s mple11 of selecM h 8 L..IJ Th r .., ""-"'P"ri?S. Coanectlcut Seed ......... 55 d I Ct .1 R c pt or all k n'"' I od b r f k arc 1 u JVt ows:e 1ew Grops FiU.--a @ro Ordinary .............. asr.t 05 an neg e e et 1 us are s 1 m tions of wece .. ":lght 1or some o t open m u ets tt" r,old) per.oo Kilogram met ( >OO American !be equal klloo.) Ia Hollaad the dut7 to a8 ftDia, j!Oid, per oc10 kll:eo. (alo American poacla bt!ln,.oqualto r:J7kUol.) Ia Jtn'!"latbedutJDD lellftobac1l. 40 e.,.. IIIII! Cltci roa. 10 cop. per plld. TlK' "pad" IB equal to at>oal !6 American 'ftfl. Turkey tile claty Ia 50 c:eata, cold, por ADUido;anOWJCeO. IN of tobacco are eagi!rly bought by d!!!alers i leaf. but l rate.and we'ooly note a ?.o; hhds o on the Continent Tile sales .aggregat 7 3 7 hhds, 283 hear that a great many hue rlackiog on ac-N..., rS7.t Bappee, 1 oo manufacturers and fu t, hr1e the e. J,s._Dothing f of old orop d rnbuted as {QlJo : JOI hhds for count of scarcity of tobacc;o, and, on tbf other hand, = moment to note .in _1111d yve con.France, go .for I!aiy, 32 Africa,ns via 'Fra ce, so for city QO.FE'S TOBACCO PLANT-A lf;)NTHL'Y JOURNAl have purcha.ed on account as much as tneir needs re.. tb> .uuerlnsJWo)peumuun. I I d J Runotng Lots 10 @u 0 ,. aJ hhd "'1 d --"' d h w ., 'i'Z I rL ;rrade Adv-ta, 20 all.>llillgl Inch. :No .,...ertiMDJeBta ,...,,,..., to aecure ear y p anta, an 1n our VICIDlt a arge perSelections ............... oo .. 0 o." 400!tlca....... tot r,397 s. \... !!ar same peno 7"4 s yer as fol S@6}2c; ow leaf, 7r.o m a:um lb ... mmonth "f llll!>ldl!ot ceatage of stetl is which is fullt three weeks W'uc_.;...-Ctvjr,a,.. "l'. G ,.. f3u 11; .......... 2RJ> bark Industm, to Amsterdam ; 941 hbds 10bacco, 302 do I o@ 1 1 good leaf u@ I 3 fine lea I .. rn.,5 .., per Un"' l!kl Wer lllr 44.. r wi!lhltW.o h I I 'l'h be r f ........... s :@ro '\HI:A''8Utn Dot n.u ;T t h' "-" t Be 6 lihd t ) llder"l1.uoleaceop>p&nled u;rtile o -rreapandlac IQIIOIIIlL 'l'bla rwo .. u soooer t an usua e num r 01 acre set apart or Wrappers .................. 5 "G. & F." ...... : ... :.::::: uo s ems, per s 1p o r men; 90 s o-can 1 5@ I 6. recetpts !here smce she llmlriabiJbe r.dh-to..-- tobaeco planting purposes will be consfderably more llxPoBT cuiOTATIOKS. oet.. bacco and rpo do stems, per bark c_olu.Ou.s, lo Roller-14th ult. have been 3 957 hhds, against 6 97 hhds same than the I875 crop had. Estimates have made of c,,.,t,_ 4-o M-C>1,.870 ::::::::;::::::: dam; 10 hhds tobacco to West time in 1 8 74 and the tntal since .Januar,y r, 5 ,o68. bhds, Al)ft.&.T:IS:Ili'G B.A.'l'ES. t the crop of 1875 !lold ill Lancas1er County, and the fig. i}; ... Statemmt. against I,7o5 for the same penod, anct the of I'B.OII 1 PAnl oua RATlllll B'GB ADYBB'I'J.IJllrA ures am<>unt to the re&pectable lium .of between h,soo,-Second and Ftlloro-- B.K.".... ....... 20 Stock on hand in State tobacco wareWestern crop here to date and New Tork to rst tnst. :rN A'LL cASEs WILL INV ABIADLY BB u coo to .. CORRESPQNDII:NT." Crop&,-.. -l. ?X ;w.s... .... ............. 21 houses and on shtpboard not cleared are I2 8u hhds aga1nst 6 254 for the corresponding II'OLLGWI: r,,.. 6" Mu..-t:rop In an E?I kers, report:-Receipt 3fvfflfr. ManujacturtdThe dealers in Cavendish tobacco Co., 49 do; Howard Ives, 6 do; w. H. Thomas & ceived, per B. 0. R. R. from DanviUe rs6 bxs, I 0 since Ia t report, 398 l!b ,ds to date, hhd!'-VMIGiil. 50 uliVJ:ATION FROlll .'l'lllUB report a business at unchanged prices, but, a Brother, 2 do; Acker, Merrall & Condit, 14 do; Park & tases, 92 cac!dses; and 1 om Lynchburg, 175 bu, 29 341 hhds; to dare, 4,7'12 hbds. The market was bighe THULD PAGE RATES firmer feeling generally, intelligence f1orn V,1rgima reTilford, 26. do, I case pjcaclura. caddies. Per Richmond steamers, pk "", and per nri a ll g1ade medium w fine leai being mGre sought ONJt sQuAaE, < NONPARIUJ.. LINES!, d 1 f 'b .. -'Y "1 I ll'IIJUI:JI_MON'l'IU, -gardmg th e a vance on ea contn utlng something to EXPORTS. Norfolk 35 do. after. The weatht:T has been cold and windy, whtc 1 IJIX liiONTH!!I, --o.oo. .be inherent strength of the market. }"rom the port of New York to foreign ports, for; the CHICAGO, Mard1 ::5.-Mr. Henry H. Adams, Tochec;ked receipts < very materially. comm1m 0 In the words of a dealer," As usual at tins season of k d' M h o < 11 1 @ L 1 L@6'" ] f 7@ ........ p R LTNE FORE ca -TIOW wee en mg arc 2", were ,as 10 ows :-bacco and G:1ga.r M1mufacturerss !\gent reports -The ugs 4 w4;!-4c; 'l?;OOw 474 a: 7 2 ; co mon ea, aa& ao CEn E A ..... ,sER he Yea! W11en a d em an d is had "'or commo tob co A 8 h r 1 f @ ;r d 1 r @ fi 11A.l10118ALONEI5"RUSINESSDIR.BCTOaY or .. n a c LICANTE-3 2 h us week closes wnh the. heav1est snow s torm of the season medlllm ea, 9 103'1-; goo ear, II I3, nc JI'IR.ST PAGE, ONE till.oe..... has advanced from qne to twro c ents. a pound, and 1 BoRDEAUX-4a9 hhds 5 cases. and a very moderate dem11nd for all classes of gooos.j and s .elections, 1 I ... ,I

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/ 4 THOS. CARROLL W I L l-; W1CKWM. WICKE tc co., A. 1t9EIILIUL: MAR1'tlN & MANUFA<;TURERS OF I 79 STREET, BOXJS B,WALLsTREETANDoLDsLIP 1\IOEhN -yo:aK_, ., t57, 159 & 161 Goerck st; Tobacco. Comm1ss1on :Merchants, M.J. DOHAN. AGENTS FOR THE SA.X..E OF ALL 'I'HE NEW YORK. DADft BR 1ST J&TimJ. UJ ,ftft JAil : STAN, RRV OF YIR_ BINIA-NORTJI CAROLINA 104 STREET, p 0 NEW YORK. Agents for the followmg well-known V1rgmtl\ ana N. Carolma ROJ!ERT W OLIVER,, R ichm ond, Va. I WI>'!GFI&LD & LAWSON,, Riellmood, Va. Ageras for the following well-known and reliable Manufacturers \.:!W iF-' D c. -";A Y.o &: co., Ya. l'I01'fACK &r INGRAM, Meadavllle, Va. -'. I v. TJKBZ lrBOa eo.. B. PJCE, J, YAIIROUIH a SOlS, IMPORTERS 'UP BAV 1N 1 LEAP i HARDGRovE, PoLLARo & Rlchmond, v.. & wiLLIAMs. o.rord N.c. TIIRPIIa 818., J. H. IREAIER, c : 4 4 TBBAOOO i The attention oft-he Trade is to the following established Brands: L J, BRAIT. CO,,. L H, FR&YSER. CO,, AND MANlfFACTUR&RS or TH& llAJroFACTUBED T PEMBEB'TOI R W OLIVER EL PRIN<:IPB DE QALJCS BRA.l'ID O:J' IIA.VANA AND KEY WES'I' V1r&'!n!a Beaat!es, P P. swhole aod X e.ddl.oo ENd Ned'o Ms, )Ss, P P 's. 1 II-1 o o 0 I Vn!flRla Beauties, 35, 48, and'"'' D C. Mayo &r co., Navy lbo. JOHI R. PACE a co., JOHI CAiiiiOLL, and others. 28 CEDAR ST., NEW YORK. ""and Ka, P. P .,iowholo, ,.dyy d K"'\ D. C. Myo .t Co. 3s, 4s, and. z:os. SOLE AGENTS FOR .t.nE ORIGINAL tl W.J. Gentry &r Co., Navy, -"" J(o, P. P'a, c able Coli, Bo.,ne Bouche, 4e and as, Sln8'1e and Double Thick. ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE. CELEBRATED.! LO:NE JACK & BROWN DICK SMOKING TOBACCO. nenta 1g, m a 10ft, lb. bone, ..... a.nd lonrr to's. <;harm 6-incil Twiot, Ia tin foil, X Mayo & !Uijlbt, Navy, )is, )Sa .l(s P P'a. *long roa. 1,., C harme r, 6 and Ulnch twiat.. Lu>Cioua Weed, n roch ll,I,._, SKOEIJIG, lcl bap of ra, ,I( a. )(a, aad Xs lbo. Pl!BNT .IIPBOYED TOBACCO. CUTTER. Thi s improved Machine for cutttnR' Tobacco ia con etructed with a single ltntfe workJo&' upon lnelioed bl!!ar logs, and opera tJng with a 1ltding shear cut upon the tobacco. whi-ch ia placed in a box with aidet at rlKht angles and parallel with sat knife. Oh a a. Henry, Jr., 9-lndL npt Gold Bug V irgVIIa's Choice. Ambrosia, lbe. ... Gold )[eClat I:ritia Oliver's Cboice tbs. Olin. lloSO: Old KeR tuck, lbs Caeyque. Star. Reward lbo. O!ivei' o Choic e. Vlrglaia BeMe. Pnde of the Nabo.o lbe. Nuget. Pio neel' Feathe'rstoae's Crack Shot, 11M. Reward ofladuotry. Billy ll.;.,'k. OatofSea. Xs.Ms,P.P'L Owea'sDerilam. Prldeoftbe Natloa. Harvest Queen, J(s, P. P:_'-Duke's Dwrhaa. Duad7 Lioa. Farmer'l Choice, X a, "s, P. l'aDCett'a DurltaJb. Partic:1.1lar attention given to potting up special brands for use oWl\ers. .ll!lc:Ue 29 MOO'RE & CQ. VIRGINIA '14. FJ1.0NT Street. IDCIII DD BOIS, &ODISSIOIIDCIIBT, IJS ... oq ....._,, liiEW YORK. POI, DILLS & CO., Importers SPANISH A'S'D PACKERS OF Large Stocks of Manufactured Tobacco of Evary.Descri:ption, Suitable for the Home Trade ud for Foreign Markets, This machJnewill cut :any kind ef tobacc o aocl cut it perfectly Plug Twist, P erlq-Qil! In Carrotll, and auy simiLarly hard prepared tobaccos can be cut in thck h ard state, without any casiug, t o r anJ B. T., PILKIIVT01\I CO.'S SEED LEAF TOBCCOS 1llms mALTf Oo:n.a1ia:ny on. :J:Za:nd.; I BOWNE F:RITH BI&B TONEir SJIOmG TOBACCO, .. 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK. F. C. LINDE. C. F. LINDE. c. C, HAMILTON. S. MARCOSO. R. ASHCROFT. N-:E-wvo:aK SBBD 'UP TOBACCO IISPBCTlON. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. -Certlicaletr r!Yen for eTeJ)' case, aad detl;,.ere4 -case.., ease, a s to number of Certificate. N. B.-We Sam:pla in Kerchants' Own F. C LINDE tc CO., : PRINVIPA.L O .. :J'IVE8-14,ji Wat.r Street, and 18:i to 18"' Pearl ltreet. WAREJIOVSEIII-1*ji Water, 173 :J'JrOat_. 74. 76 o1r. :1'8 Green..,ich Streett and t :a r A 8 Had80D .River Rail Road Depot, at ..Joha' Park. ... other moi5teaing to softea them. lt makes n o shorts, can be run by hand o r steam p ower, requires no eklll to op erate it; itS"Construction is of the mostsubstantial kind, slow to wear and d i tti cull to disorder. Price of machine com. p le t e with Press ( b(l:<: DO iuches), 8-210 net cash. OF:J'lCEt WEST nno.U>. WAY, Ne"Yo.1.k N. B.-The attentio n o ( of a"Rd Tur \.i.sh, a u d .all Fancy Tobacco5, Cuta., Leaf, etc. etc. is p :r rticula r t y to U ti' machine. APPL-EBY HEI,ME. MANUFACTURERS OF RAIL J. MILLS Eatal>Uahed, in 186ll. F I & A. McALEER CO.,. Maccaboy Snuff, French Rappee G. BEUSENS, American Gent. Snuff, Scotch Snuff, 'DB!G JISPITil Sampling In the -ntry promptly 11 14S Water Street, DWYDRK. BuvnoF Foot Snuff, 8 B A c c o, I ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE BRAN:J?S OF ee MOAD sTREET, PURE VJRGJNJA SIO]{JNG TOBACCO. VIa: Rail Road, Our Choice, Colorado, Uncle Tom, Navy Cllp,plngs, Black Tom. 133 :Water and 85 Pine Sts., N.Y. J, CHAS. A.PLLEBY. For :Pric e List J.d4reaa !)r applr II aboTe.. GEO. W. HELKE .AIIrEX4ND&Il MAITLAND. L. F. S MACI;EBOSE. ROBERT L. MAITLA.<.u. ,_. :t.\\'f la MAITLAND& ) TOBACCO AND FACTORS, .. MERFELD,cKEMPER & CO 9ENEBAL COMMISSION IERCBANT-8, 'DctPO:E('r:mtS OF BAV.A.:N'.A.,.a.nd. I A1aftcements made Qn & co, .. J.tvv.a;nnL. PACKERS.-sSEED LEAF TOBACCOS r 0 c 0 Q LAB E L S, p 131 Maiden L:.e, New "or Smoking and FURNISHEDBY ., INDIAN HAVANA-HS THE BATCH LJTBOIJBA!IJC C8JPANJ, aft .... 8EYoasftBE.., .,.O.BK j5 lXI .. ,,.. . 9 a # A 9 From l'obacco grown anA cure d uuder their ""'n ropervisioa. Cigars are favorahly 'kn own in india. AT GREATLY 0 PED-r"T'CET\ PRICES AGENl'S-liiESSRS. F. S. PLOWRIG ,HT & co., 4' B aatn 1hall Street don, ,.. u I ..., j P .. Pattern Cla_ars, weigbiog 6s to a lb., price J 6 dollars per t .ooo. free Ill Boad, l Q Gt. BntatB. -. ... uo.,. GUIDO T ..... T;,"]-. soN 4 co Til COISDLmATKJI TOBACCO Cl UP GALDOIIA, r:.;'STROHN &' REITZENSTEIN. (S uccessors lo CJLUL u B. FALL&HSUJN &: Co.,) .' COMMISSION KERCKANTS,,oommission Merchants a.A.N' :sw.xx...xP:m. a..xz..::a..oY. I D o'MD"E'" & ';. I c NO. 44 BROAD ST., All Cicm and Tobacco Kanu!ictu:rell 117 u &rt of, PALI!'OJOOA GIOWH LE.Ar, r : 0 REI GAN ImpoTO B ACCO I NEW YORK. A 1 SEED LEAF -TOBAOOOS, 162 Water St N.Y. ,M. H. LEVIN, IMPORTER of HAVANA AND DEALER IN ALL KlNDB OF LEA r TOBACCO, 162 Pe111 Strttt, lew York. D'EDLllDG a 00., 160 PEARL ST., NEw YoaX:: J. J. DEDLBIH II CO., -BALTIMORE, M ... DJ:llEI'B'DG, sc:IAirD II CO., NEW 0R.LEA.NS, LA. DEDLDIG II CO., LoUISVILLE, Kv. mtBAm. .*ALTER FRt FREISE, I"PORTE.R.S 01' Tobacco Com-mission HAVANA TOBACCO S4 7rc:D.t street, Ne-w. York. ARE RECEIVING VIRGINIA C0NSIGNMENTS OF MANUJ'AC TURii:D TOBACC O EXPORT ORDERS FOR PLUG TOBACCO ,. PROMPTLY FILLED. WILL:IAM M. PRICE, CAB,L -vPIIA:NN, 203 Pearl Street, NEW YORK. CB&S. F. T.IG 4 SOB, I lmporten of SPANISH aad D eal .. in all klnda tiE ... 'TOBACCO LEAF ___ UIIIsslu JDtiift 119 MAIDEN LANE, m : 178 PIAIL S'l'D!I'l', -... 'JE'OB&. New-York. :---<: 1822. VEGA, MARTINEZ & BROS, SCHLEGEL, IMPORTERS OF Wboleoal e Dealer in coPBRBAGEI SRDFP," MAnufactured only by WEYMAN BROTHER, 5 ec nrecl Patent. December a6, 186.5. An on our copyright will.be rtp-oualy proe Sm Lm m IAnn.TIIIAms, CICARS, 190 PEA.BL STREET, _New rork. FELIX CARCIA, IMPORTER OF HAVANA LEAF.TOBA'JCO, (yaoM T ) :AND CIGARS, ALSO OP' THB WELL h."HOWN Erands ofeiR;ars 'La carolina' & 'Henrv Clay. Sole Ag't for Brand "Prof. Morse." and "'SARATOCA,,. 18'7 Water St .'JI'ew York _lACINTO IMPORTER OF G. REISMANR, Commission Merchant, AND DaA.Laa 1H ALL KIKDS 0 LEAF 17S Pearl StrHt, !et. 1'ine 0e11a:. N EW Y 0 R K N. L.ACHENBRUCB & BRO., No. 184 Water Street, New York, WROLBSAL& D&AL&RS Dr HAVANA & DOMESTIC SNU,Y, and every grade Havana Tobacco, WEYMAN & And SOLE AGEN r for the Brand of Cl..... Leaf To baoco. 79 & ai Sm!.t.hfield st.reet. l'it.tsburgh, I'a. :r.A -U E L R I vERA 97 Maiden lane, N-EW VORK. M, O-PPENHEIMER & BRO. MAN DEALERS m -.A. F. MIRANDA & SEED, LEAF 1110 H., ... BAVDAMLBAFTOBACCQ TOBACCO, AND CIGARS AND OF THE BRAND OF 138 WATER STREET, -' N:EW YGBJL P Q BOX .. 70'1', :NEW YOR. And Branch Office, 120 W-ater-St., New York. 8 Brar.a. "OABANNAS.' CICARS u RITICA," NEW :VORK. TBGMAS IIIRICU1 .. r, t'l St.lrew York. CHARLES A. WULFF, DNTt7CXY ancl vmGIMA M. SA.LoMON, F.. ANTONIO CON%ALE%, lithographer, Prlater, aad Manufac I f. W. TATGIIBORS!. !:. -M.' a E. SALOMON, VElA & BERNHEIM, IIIPORTEB oF turer of To:aAcQo Leaf Tobacco, PACKERs 'OF suo LEAF, IMPORTERS OF) latraua ltaf lobatcu;, CIGAB AID LAW .. ANDDI' mmm No. sa BROAD HJOv-"Wlll AbND IMPORTERS OF -d .r.-;. TOBACCO AND :a> ---..a.O. ..a.. 0 8ll L CARVAJ'AL' S CIGARS NEw YORK. .... .a.:nct. oxa..A.BJS. n. Patent Transvarent Crystal Glass and 88 BROAD STREET, 85 _MAIDEN LI\NEt. N. y_-1 167 ST NEW YORK. NEw voJUt. sra-nr. NEW yoax. Xli:T .A.:r. SICNS. j ; !PRESCOTT BURBANL GEO. P NASH, :1 ao---:r. .a. 00 -" 1 61 CHATHAM :I'A'l'MAIJ. 00., BURBANK &.NASH, A. ir. co., fJ.].D O.ALY & co::LKlNS. CottonF:=,.!,obaooo liT 0 Jl c c 0 111BACCO COTTOK f!C'l'ORY w ClG.IBS. Foreign & Domestic WOods, Cia Y.: .. LOUIS HOLLANDER, TOBACCO BROKER \ND MERCHANTS, ;m mi:IIAm Gaeral Kereluult, SNUFF I PIPES, etc., 163 MAIDEN LA.."fB, NEW YORK. Heinrich Goeb'el Sohne, "0 & 72 Broad Street, I ..._.,. B&OAD 8 AT 484 !ROAD STREET, SPANISH CIGAR BOX CEDAR .lenaine Grossal11erode Pipes, 'lfEW YORK. .._, .., .... .. -No. 88 BROAD BTREET. N. Y. ... AND IN Cll.DWELL N .1. A SpeclaltJ. 128 Maiden :r.ane, K. y. 1 Water Street, (Front Offic e 'NEW YORK, I

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MAR. 29. JACOB BIIKELL, MANUF AC'!"UREll tl!r CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIOR MAK-E AND Prime ouallty of CEDAR WOOD, (g3, 295 & Monroe St., MEW YORK. Til GUIAI AIIBUAI IAII, BROADW A Yo cor. Cedar St. :RE'W 'YORK. ()o.pUal, $1,000,.000. Kwery facilltl' atrorded to Dealen aod conojstent with Sound Banking. B, BOCBOLL, Preaideat. AND JOBBERS IN ALL KINDS 01" TOBACCO, Jl'o. WAT!IB STB!:I:T, JI'!IW I COJOI'ECTlCUT SEED l.E.AF WRAPPER OF OUR OWN PACKING. WEISS, ELLER & K .AIPPEL, I 'Importers of and. Dealers in 220 ST., :NlC'W YO:BK. WM.IGGERT&CO. HERMANN BATJER tc BROTHER, IMPORTERS OF H .A V A N A COJDIISSION K'.lmCliAI'TS &. :DtrOB.TbS OF CI--.y. 171 PEARL and 78 PI NE-STS., 7'1 'W' .A.'l'::J:a liT T02lS-JIEW YOaK. E. & _B. FRIEND & CO., and Dealenla LEAP TOBACCO, I 29 Malden Lane, EDWAitO FKI&ND, } Gus FruaND, NEW YORK EowAao Fu>, Jr. 1 1: S. SfiRIBIRGIR rmt. m um, or JrO," BXCliLUI'GE PLACE, N. T, Draw Bt11e or E](chanre o the principal cities or Ea.. rope i iaaoe Circutar bt:::1.1;en of Credit t o Travelq,a. aad grant Commercial CnMit.a; receive Money oa D paolt, oubject to Sight Checks, upon which integlish) per Annum. Wheae Subocrlpdono may be addreued, dr to 'THE TOBACCO .LEAF" 0Jr.5'11l& AMWWOAJl V118CRIPTIONa.16 ars. PER. ANJJUK, POST.AGB PAID. \. .. ..._.... L. euw-tT LUl TOBACCO, 'L. BRO., E. & CO., 147 err., SEED [EAF TOBACCO, LIDIRIR & FISCBIL. No. 86 MAIDEN LANE, NEAR W ATER-STREET, NE'W'-YORK. 5 ------Importers of Spanish,-a. .AJ.K. LEAF 86 Maiden Lane; New York.' .STRArroN.&-STORM, OF CIGARS, AND -: DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, d 78 &. 180 PEABJ,." STREET, NEW -;.,.. GEORGE STORlloL MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN BASCH & FISCHER, IMPOR'l'El1.S OP HA V AI A JULIAN AllEN, SeedLeaf and Havana TO::a.&.OOO,. 172Water Street, N.Y. --: SCHRODER a: -BON; 178 -WATER STREET, NEW YORK. TM"PO:ELTEEUIJ OP &P..&:S"X&E Lioorioe Paste, POWDERED LICORICE, GUM ARABIC, OliVE OK, OUO ROSES. Tonqua Bea.D.s, And all other Materials for Flavoring used by Manufacturers, including Essential Oils, W H. Scbieffelin & Co., KAN1JF ACTUoRER OF CIGAR BOXEF AND IMPORTER O F GERMANCIGAR MOULDS .o O&DUtrClt lG CO., and F. llOCXELUANN Kanufa.ct'IU&-Cigar-Mo1:1ld Presses, Straps anu Cutter:s, 283 SOUTH STiiEET, N. l'. 1:1 SIMON MANUFACTURER OF CICAR BOX E$ tc SHOW FICURES, Dealer in all kinds of Cigar Ribbons, GERMAN CIGAR MOLDS, P BESSBS, STRAPS, CUTTERS, &C., AID IAIUFACTURER OF THE PATEIIT rSELE-SMOKIIG SHOW FIGURES, 1'79 1B..L B"t, "Sl"'o:rk.-' l 1 kiDde d Figureil Cai tn Order u.nd RepalretllD. t.lle IIJelt. 8tyle. 'l*he Trade A. & F. BB.OWN, MANUFACTURERS OF CIGAR MOUL. D PRISSIS a STRAPS.. Cim Gutters & an other lac1li11ory for lantrdctnrin( Cllm IIPORTERS OF GEUAII CIGAR MOULDS. 57, 59 & 61 lewis St. bet. Delancey and Rivington sc.! MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS Ell' 11111SLIN .AWD LIND TOBACC O BAGS, 263 East tth St., ll'ew York. RIVERA&, GA:a.CIA, JfEW YORK. c;Jaa be eaaH:r Attaehe4 Detaalt.ed. P.A.TENTEE AND PROPRiltTOR, ,N.Y. SANCHEZ, HAY'A & G_Q',, 130. 1321. 134. MAIDEl( LANE. New Yorlb l1ANUP'ACTUBBRS .F Tho Original lnternal RL v cnue C. JOURCENSEN,. SOLS SVCCBSSOR T O ESTlE 4 SMITH, P 0 Box s.b7, 37 LIBERTY ft,, 1!1. 11:. :Bracding Irons and a Specialty 1) every descriptinn at Lowut ft'ricee. SENn PRICES. TABIL & ROBRBDG, Maall!acturen of Pine C lxcluively or t.ha J'OEBDTII '!'IAJ)I, EGG HA.RBOR CITY, !f. J, e I G A R s Branch Office, ADd lmport8111ool HAVANA LEAF TOBACCIL' EDWARD A. 71 Kaic!en La.ne,lCr MANUFACTURER OF S. ORGLBR, Fl:ne ManufactureroftllebvstBrandso I Xo. 11 Bowery, YORIIC. -.KA.CK:orK,lhe ''Cuba Libre OMLYorRACncAL oNa "'THB woRLD! 19 8LACCIJM A SCHLDSSEI. It bas now been working foraearlr elwbteen moatlui In NewOr!eaiU with tbe succ ess, aad a LJCUS& 2971 a. "SS ,.._ h St. ow .,. :I. s. GK.SH&L. a ...,U:A1t Ult:.'. ... II!Pr.'ffU.Rk. for the State of Louisiana has alreadf ben IIOld. ... Ill \1'1-eeJhrlO ""' &Ora 11...\.lfU P'ACTURBs OJ' which we claim roroar Machine, we will oalymentlon here the following: F I Cig LeaC Oarlllachiaepei'D\.ItoNoLossrToaAo,e,.,ryscnpbeinguoeup. Wangler & Hahn ..... 8 4!!!!!!11 'Ill'S' DEALERS IN 10&1!011 O d0ALEX FRIES & BROS 16Colle-Place .TkentanooHuoBuNCHIIS,tbellllerbeia8'roUediatotbebindel',wblchleaD...,tireiyaewfeaturo. ...... ...... 8,_ AND tO ., n, rn.. e Q.. f 3 All Cinn are of ouSKAPa a.od. Sua. aud ery ooe can be guaruteed that it will smote euy. llANUPAcTUaaas o. an WAR RaJ "KD 4Tbe M'acbine works np tbe ll&lalle t scraps ao easily arthe farces! filler, therefore nothlag b throwa -7 14'1 4 148 .A.'l'TOBJIET STREET, I HAVANA T 0 B A c C 0' rem. IOCINNHIOA.TII lilA. :tn:JFACTIJ'BEIUI OF I ..!!..""".!=;... Itsworkinr. beiqgdoaewitb the F D. e e .......... a.-...-. Our MachlDe manu.ractu.res ALL srzas of Clpn, from the smallest Operas up to the largest sized Imperials.. -,_ CLACCVM, NEW y Q R JC 7 lt Is built entirely of iron and theref01e DURABLK, and not liable to fld out ofordtJr JAcoe SCRLO$SZL e :EK ... ... 1 ... 8. OQr Machine can readily tllTn out from s,ooo to 6,-buncheo"per day. With tbe uae of steam or any other 290 & 292 BOW-Y, Proprietors of the celebrated bnndo "Repoohllc ..-W EJ.IL S'IlW:T, :Nl:W TCII; ... power, the above number could be doubled. and Hl.&h aad InJ." Other llloritn Wando altlr 9 We want lout lUlU opau for our Machine-a leading advantage for factories The Machine i1 oniyfiv .. feot NEW YORK. to orde<. Ioiii' four feet hlah. aad two feet wide. ............. l OTTINGER 7& BRO'f!IER} c G A R F l AV 1 'I TIREY BROS & CO J. SAN ., tbem to d
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Advertisements. KNECHT, SMITH & CO., S UCCE880KS T O STEINER, Sltli'I'H BROS, .to KNEVHT, LEA FEALT NOBO A d co, AND MANUFACTURERS 01' AND DEALERS IN CIUARSo 131 Korth S'hil'd Btr et,-:Jthiladelphia. STEWART, BAli MI.ANUFA.C't URERS OF .. Baltimore AdYerillil8mea.ts. A. BOYD & o., W HOLESAL E DEALERS I N I I MAR. 29 WESTERN ADVERTiSEIIENTS. EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS. Cincinnati Advertisements. CASSIUS WE!,L!>S, L. :ij. H A.!l. RICHARD llALLAY Henry Besuden & Bro., R. ALLAY & BR0 DtiLUII. I 15,4. State Streeb, l H4RTFOBD,. eon, Dealers i n LEAF TOBACCO, LEAF TOBACCO, I 15 and 1 17 West Front &t., lC:L 163, & 165 Pea.rlSbl'et, Between Ra.ce M d E lm, (oowna r:w x;-.11 BTREBT,) Pac k e r and D e a.lers i n c N c N NAT ctJJJEtTuu no LW muco. Ralph's Scotch Sntif AND FINE CIGARS, OINOINNATL 0. :LV'o. UrJ Arch &1i., "Robert Stewat't.. Ale"Sand e r Ralph : joh n W Woodside, Samuel A. Hendri cksoa. .' .. 211 STlTE STREET; RARTPORD CONW. LOUIS K R O .HN. LEOPOl D F E I SS. MO SES KROH N to my Ad4ress. PATENT Wtt. IBOHR, FEIS i C MANUFACTURERS OF I' COMMISSION MERCHANT. And Dealet" "' CONIIfCTICllf IEED LEA F ---... ..... T EJ..I.ER BROS., Pac.:kers, Commission Merchants, and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Dol4estic Lea Tobacco, STHI-HOLLKB, lJTILIZI:!II'&, THE STEM 117 North Third Street, Philadeiphia. L. BAMBERGER & CO., D EA L F.RS l N LEAF 'rO,BACCO, Ar.d Manufacturers of all Grades of Cigars, l -11 Arch I FBI IAYAIA will save 30 to 25 per cent. of th-e Leaf wltlaoat impairing t.hf' quaHty of the Cigan, Aad a w e 11worktnK Loiig Filler withou t Slfoerts o r &en Jill. 40 So C H ARLES ST ,, -JALl'lM O:RE MD, Sta t e St Hartfoti, C o nn l a r. iissll1l. Packett and })pia. ill CONNECT! OUT SEED LEAF .1 a v T OBACCO, No. MA1 S T R EET, BiCKER. C. BECKER. / J,. BECKER. Hartford, Conn. Office and Salesroom, 126 Vine Street. Factory arehouse, 244 & 246 W. 3d St., H tJBBA H o & '"cO.:G CINCINNA'l'% OH%0 PacictsaadD.alersia -BECKER BROTHERS, P A CKER S COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, W h olesa l e De a l ers il'l I SEED LEAF ;=====s=. ==L=:o::::::w:::E=m=-r=a=A==L=&===o=o=.=, T 0 B A C C 0 AND KANUF ACTUB.ED TOBACCO, 'LEAF" AND W AOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Leaf Tobacco, I NOa NORTH THI-RD STREET, PHiLADB.PHIA. NO. 98 W. LO.BARD ST., BALTIMORE, MD MANUFACTURERS r'OF FINE CIGARS,. .. AND DEAL'I!RS m I.&.F TOBACCO, I I W A la r(!e a;sort m e n t of all kinds of L:aAF ToBAC C O consta nt on h a n d. H. WILaENS a T 0 B AC C 0' W. & CO., AND WHOLESALE D E ALERS I N LEAF NO. WEST THIRD STREET, CaNCINNATI, OHIO. :tu t!.WATERIIT.,PIDLA.DIIILI'!IIIAt .. liiCM!TIIIECONDIIT., IIT.LOns. SMOKING TOBACCO AND SNUFF, ":W ;:::. E=!S= EN:::;:;L:;OH:::::;R;::;, ;;;;:;:;;;;;;::::::;;;:;::::S:::::;. W:;. C;:L;;AR;:K=. A.geDto, J1L II' iLK., 120 Cloa-n, N. Y., 4t. BA.TTil!l BllJl811. : 142 N. Thtnl 1,,, PJUJ a ]ACOB AA1t0N KAHN : E A. Wan < 4. NEW DEPAR TUBE ED. WISCHM EYER. ::;;;= u v wtstHME YER. W eil, Kahn & Co., 'by .. JAMES DALEY tc CO., WOB'l'JIEAST, OORXER TB1BD .&liD BA.OE STREETS. PHUADELPHIA ; All kinds of L eaf Tobacco Reeelect e d and Re-packed lD cases, rancin g f rom 3oto 7opounds, at the Lowes \Marke t Price, g uaranteed actu a l weiabt and free trom fro,l-bitteu, u ncu.ted or r\lbblab leaf o i any kind. A1lo C e .. ral Sgpply Store o f everr artic .le COGDec&e d w ith tlul trade. N. B.-Order s for &mall recetv e pro m p t atte ntioo. ED. WISCHMEYER & CO., Commission. Merchan.ts!t A N D DEALERS I N LEAF,? PLUG TOBACCO & CIGAI\S (-Suoceaaors to S. LowllNT..,AL & Co.) Manolaot u re n and Wboleoale D eal en ill CIGW &: WP TOBACCO 134 Main St.. Cincinnati. 0. AMBROSIA TOBACCO WORKS. SPENCE BROTHERS & CO., 56. 5 ,8, 80 and 62 :111.&.8T ST. CINCINNA.TI, OHIO. 39 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, d: RAY, TATE;iULi.EB &co., .;. m. w:.=::: w. G. li[ORBIS, F. A. PRAGUE, Packers, Commission Kercha.nts &, Dea.lers in Tobacco Commission Merchants Leaf Tobacco TOBA;CCO -and Whrlesale Dealersla Tobacco Shipping INSP""'CI't10"' SEED LEAF tc HAVANA TOBACCO, LEAF TOBACCO, :EJB.OKEB., _:;I a; I sa 80 th Ga Stre t Commission 'Kercha.ttt. BUILDIXG. CINCIN.NATI, OHIO. No. 3 5 North Water-st., Philadelphia. MD. e 46 sT. ov' Es ST., A.na 7l West Frcmt St., cmcinnati, l E. McDOWELL &J CO.,. I H. SNUFF e.w.cor.w ....... ut.,JLWl'llloali:, IIID. :IIBli'B.Y JIIBYBR, Fine Cia;ars, 1 R. STARR & CO,_ bEAE TOBACCO BROKERS And Importer of Choice llrands of MANUFACTU R F RS O F e OIESEE H. H. CLARK"" BRu., G. W. ,.-FJQ CONNECTICUT SEED-LEAE' TOBACCO,. J CONNECTICUT. SMITH& CO., C OMMI&S 10 N MERCUJITS: \AKD CODBO'fiCUf. LBAF .No. 20 Bam.pclen Street, J SPRINGFtElD, lASS. o o. Ho-.v Kt:. CODISSION ltEltCH.A.NT 1JI B- I .. S N U F F, BIESKE&NIEMANN OLABJURin.r.m TmVK IW pmr.ADELPHIA. 21) SOUTH CALVERT ST, TOBACCO FACTORS 46 :Front St., obu,tnnatf; O. ( H CLARK & BROTHER, dVKTTLEaRaLEfiNa!JO. II(IFFMA EE &. CO., F. w. DOttRiwANN, BROVEBS I C C .a-TOBACCO LBAF TOBACCO BROKIR l U a A J c 1 \ A R B.& VAll TOBAC, COJJISSIOB !ill CHANTS cLABKSVILLE, Tena., r.DCDtriG, SoleApDtafortho 63 Ezdla,nge l'lace, Baltimore, Kd. : w. DRESEL & 'co., N. z. Col:. vme ID4 Pror.Utreet& HOPKiliiiiVILLJI:, K7' .__;.;;;.;.; ___ 87 GA. Y STREET CINCINKATI, 0. PA.DuvAH,Ky. .l"MES a. MICHAEL & P. y-r::uE &. cn E. M 0 s E LYr Ul = liD,. ..a....'-.,)'--'""'-' 0 Ul ou., DEALER IN N 1317' CARY STREET Fiil.e igars, FOt"-d 'WHOLESALEDEALERSin w. '()., . BAVAKA a 0 I EIDICTUDT 'fOB!ttD. LW m IWFAmmJ TdDAI:tiiS TUB tii!SSIIII BOmSSIDB DRcml'S. CommJSijQll_ Merchants, THJRD IITREET4t.Gm.ARDAVE., O:I:GAR.S; /:NDDEALJ[ .. JN a F PARLE-T ... wto.Bail'b-t_ LEAF :rOBACCOS .' 13 xoaTH JI'II!'TH liT., and a. w Co 'M'd & Ohi Le-"' m 1 ..., 10 NORTM JOHN STREET J!V1ilS ( 0. Pli'YTQV WI&K. l3J3. Philadelphia, Pa. WATIIIB. -a ARCH sn., 0 w H oLEsALE IN '111':11 St Ro h AJIU!I Cl .1!1 11 PHU.ADELPIIIA. Pa. 69 8 CHABT,Q S'l'.. KAKUAC'l'VlUm uu AXD IJ[OIIJrG El!IGLA.l'ID. .l'l.l..l..l. c ester, N'. Y. -DOHAN & TAITT, JOSIPB WILLACI. 1'. A.. ALBRECBT, TODJLC COS, lt. Loula Loulavllleand Detroit Advertisements. .. muco I:IIJSSlUI mcnm, Wboieoal eDealer!n Etc., A. LOW. s. M S I MPSON Lea:f' .... ....,o\)aeco 101 AB.CH STBEET, Ol11TW nJUl SIOIIIG TOBACCO, Leaf 'Tobacco I)OmiiSSIWJD:BClWfl'SFCBS.WOFSA.D, llliUU Cllttl 92,Lombard &Dd 6 W1tter-"8tr1 Car. Philadelphia. 666,668, m m4 m Ncrth llealattentlontD6e oale and p u r --.bd aoa =-t 1 obacco L8af WALL, BELYIM & BAY, tltllllmll.. PHILADELPHIA.. AND CIG.&B8, A-...... ... Commission Dealers 8Jid COUiSSiOalt:rcJiaJU .-RIIALDO SA&tll: co. .&. Noo 11 ............... Place t BALTlJIOIUII -1'0.'""' SAL& or IN d (A. NOLTING'S ION, u OMIST" JAs.G. PKNN. UII'IIVIIIII11r01UI m lUll-LEAF TOBAC 0, Tou.a.cc;o, "E coN MERFELD & KEMPER, PEMBERToN a. PENN, .IUWliJlWWJ IIW 1au aax.rws,t., bet. K&lnt81cou4Sts., ... 0 8 .... 0 0 0 AND liZ' c1 f Oig PAC URS OF liD. .qo)fO:B'l'll SECOND STnD'I', ST. LOUIS, KO. '... .. GElfERAL CODISSIDN IERCHAN'l'S, an ars, Oo:a.neoUou:t eed. Tobacco Commission Merohants -m LO'UIS. :110 -AND o at North waterltn' ., DEALER LE.AF TOBACCO, And Wllol.,.. d y .. J.A With a long ex.pa i mce i n tlu bus iness -;-General Cornmlasion Merchant,. No. 30 North Delawan< Ave no .... I'I'IL&li:T, I Havana. an a.ra I offer llltil'" s e roim to fill OtiU,S for Leaf G w WICKS & c 0 TOBACCO t Jt.i nald o Sank. ) I P HILA D E L PIDA, P A I I 17 Lolnbard Street, lr .Maflujadurtti Tobauos. I I I P:bilaclalphi&.l A.. B. BALTIJotOaB.JID. "'.ol'"' 'nr:F."VA. VON PHUL A LADD, gen;.-Sale of :V-IOBN B. BED. & I MANUFACTURER VF LW TOBWI BlJYBBS, Vlr[IBia, IIS&Ollfl and Iettlky Leaf Toba.cco Wa.rehow, fiNE Cl CARS, J ., vaRCJNJA -aa Nor Maih :::i.mm,mi. TOB.CCO AlrD J!'ULL JIAliiJSpanish Tobacco tL8J.IIJ i'", 1AftV f A.J D BR8,.W J D IC I, 195 ._. J GeD.era.a Com.iuion, Merc'han1.o II d ., A Office In Tooacoo :s'hoclloe Slip, 531 South w.-.ad4t.PopJarsto.. Piilaep..... Manufactory, 12th Stfeet, lynchburg, Va.: kY ""' AJ>OU'H WAGMJtR, G"o. W. EDWA U>a Joo. M P ATT .. SON. ,.... Ordm oolicl t od oOiipn>tD" til' atteQded to. r Price Li ot nl on ar.plicabot} o ..... HlliLo -r-!, GEO. W EDWARDS & CO, Dlrl'EU A. B. l So::t'V'er, Cook
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MAR. SUTRO a NEWlYIARK, JtiA.l('Ul' .A.CTURERS OF CJ:GARS:J AND DEALERS IN j T O 78 ; HoHSE Da. T IN .l:'Alllo. -Paris w as supplied dur ing four months ol t!le ye:u 'Sis with 63o.ooo p')unds of meat frorR the horse shambles, the result of the slaughter of I,SSS horses, mules, and gained, whil e the other gains pound but that gal. q is good quality was, as usual, paid for at P worthless stalk. Upon thl" 1 5t h and 16t n ic!IS: l'i' have agam subscrtp t"'!ls of 1,78 1 bales of JMTl11 scrubs of the crop s ale in firs t hands Thus, for instance, nei t h e r cotton, pork nor corn hav e come lorwat r d wit h u s1al ac tivity, though the crops m all th ree last years were far above an aver a ge. At the same time, excepting c offee of which the.re is an excess of stock, ;,nd s ome few lines of fancy imports, the stocks of anicles usually exchangeable for the products of agriculture are re duced far below an average. The stock of domel!tic a; J d imported iron, in all stages of manufacture, i s very light, and the fall of in Europe, ceavy as it has peen, has n 'ot irrYited any importation. The stock of wpolens is small, and t whal with checked product im, exportations and beaYy domestic sales at sacrifices, our cotton mills may he to !lave been brought down to the liard pan.' So it is wah lumber. In the market alo11e there is So per cent. less stock on hand than there waa a }'ear ago, and the same wi1J be found the case at orher pniuts of delrrery. So light are stocks in the provisiDn market that the buTter trade has resumed elasficily and prices fuora so slif:ht a stimulus a& a; small unexpected OeRJand from Canada. When tradeis in this condition the ac tivities excited by the c;entenn i al Exposition, unless is not probable) tlley have been too closely discormted m advance, may be strongly felt before midsummer ill a general resumption of trade along the whole line. -' How THE LIFE INSURANCE 0oMPAXIRS MAKE THEIRS, -The Sanitary R_(cotd says that the auration of life in this country is longer than in England, and that tre immense profits of th life insurance business her are explained by the fact that the rates of insu ranee are chiefi1 upon English tabular estimates of life. LET THEM BE TAXED.Tbe impost, says the Cin cinnati Trade List, upon whisky and tobacco is too low. An advance is in order. I: will be hailed as just and proper by the great majority of our people.-Has. our coten.porary heard from the majori:y on the sub_iect? [ C01zlimud from Tlzird Pa,l,'e. J of 1875, and r 41o bales Sumatra. ,Stock, to .day, 14 colored leaves in sufficjeot qu!es "to arrive." Nor ets, ::1.'\ cases Pennsylvania. Wfth sales, for home qmthere any quesriop ,but transactions would have par sumpUon, 203 cases Connecticut, 2ro casesPettnsyl taken of fa.r g 1eater dimensions if offerings and stocks vania, ros c ases Ohio, 58 cases New Y:ork Rtate, 42 had been in proportion to demand. As the ex cases Wisconsin, 215 bales Havana Leaf; and receipts, cepuon to the rule common Virginia s tems were dull 248 cases Connecticut, r96 cases Penns ylvania, 139 and declining, finer gades however bemg scarcer, still case Ohio, 48 New York State, 76 cases WiscoP.command fair pnces. Of Western s11ipper stems our sin, 298 bales Havana Leaf, 7S hhds Western Leaf. is bare, and they are wanted at about rr pfen RICHMOND, Ma,-ch 25.-Mr. R. A. Mills, Tobadco nigs for clean stock, but manufacturing stems are quite Broker arrd Commission Merchant, reports:-There 1as dull. Of last crop receipts were too insignificant nothing,of a startling or ur.usual character occurred in to test its value, excepting the forerunners of our city for the past wee"k. changes in business every new crop, ground leaves, Virginia primings and a firm no failures, no' dire calamltres by ff'ood or fire, bu,t few l!)ts of cutting grades, which Wf're promptly rlaccd we continue to move along slowly, but I hope sure'ly. at what they were worth. Prices however, which are There has been no change in the tobacco market worthy now paid here for stocK, suitao le for immediate use, are TOBACCO PLANTS.-\Ve have been apprised by gen tlemen from the country, remarks the Index and Appeal of Marcil :z, that these tender and delicate plants a..e being allowed a more fortunate rime than is usually the case. Tbe-j are in a of cases up, anti have es caped the ravages of their most deadl y enemy the flvr and the exc:eedinl!lly mild weather wm push thf'mo out of their reach. A fine llllpply of them is pected. CHEAP JusTICE IN ]APAN. of special note, prices for aH grades have f>eenfu ly no criterion for the new crop. We may however, safely -1 he Yapan Mail says: "It sustained and the market firm. Our manufi cassert, that as soon lis new tobaccos may appear on our may be, doubted whether turers of plug ate all at work slowly. but none of market in suffit..ient quantities and in reliab l e order, cheap Jaw is an unmit-are working w then fall CII'PIIcity. They have all touhd thev will not be neg lected, although they may not be igated blessing to a people. out that they have commenced selling their 0 0 exac tly as rich and as heavy bodied as might be desire.d. FRESH GEUGRAPH CAL DtSCOVER!ES.-A gentleman Last year an average of low and 'that leaf is much .higher than they or any Its d e fects may or no t be balanced by its colo!'; its in Great Barring t on, Mass. hlls a g eograptiy published 3 500 cases a month were e!se anticipated. I have. tried from the first to disab se absence of wormcu a'nd frost and by that greate:.t oi in Londonin 1749 i" which Catifornia is described as h eard beiore the civil courts the minds of manufac:urers and buyers of leaf of t e all redeemer; called "want." N;or do we glve up the an and a maiJ given showing it to be entirely K;ERBS &. SPIES$; :Manufacturers .of Fine of Yed(fo. so-' laborious in erroneous im. ression that would be very low. 1 1 hope that "Old Dotil inion" an.i the good old surrounded by water The books tells of a tree in Flor deed has been the duty of have always dmitied that there was a large cro ma e Cl a rksville D istrict" may furnish bye and bye, to a ida "the leaves of which if IJ.ruised and thrown into a adjudicating in these, and so but the other hand contend e d was a !. ge fair ex tPnt, whar is denied us by other 5ections Our large pond df wRter, all the beasts whieb drink thereof incompetent the staff of the quanuty of tobacc,o. wanted and _hence. p ,nces could not :1dvl'ce is, to say no more about it but class and order will swell up and burst asunder." It says that the air establishment to deal with 'lule very l?w, bu tts no calhng to men when the y your tob a cco well, a,nd allow the crop, as iL is, to work of Pennsylvania is "generally granted' 10 be clear and them s ingly, that cases of start, lrke shee{l, they wlll all rush_ one way regard-ottt its own oalvation As a general and imp ortaut fea sweet, the heavens be ing overcast \'l'ith clouds," bankruptcy1are considered in l ess ot We are n o w havmg a fine ture we p o int toward a speculati ve demand, which and that the length of days and nigh ts is the batches of twenty or thirty for tobacc? and hove and e x peot to an 1)11seems to set in for 'Holland, on a supposed prosoective same RS in New J e r sey." There is a chapter devoted at a time, so as to preven t 10 quantJty and quahty of our re ce tpts 10 the increase o i the import duty on toba cc o into that counto" Rarities of N e w Yo r k,'' in which it is said that" in their undue accumulation next ten or fifteen days I c qntmue quotatwns. The try; and to the p.revailiog impressi on t hat the larger divers parts of New York (especially those nigh unto aa.d Doals:ra In LEAF !TOB.&OCO, a5 New york. Lours Smss. The Most Perfect Maclline in the World for all gradesJ -of Fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking. Df VD :BT ALL FIIST-CUSS BOVSES. transa ctions were 906 hhd s I5I Ires, 45 bxs. r sales, ml\de here during the last few days, have been and upon the bank of i t he River Connec:icut) grows a 1 SAN FRANCISCO, 16 -The Commtfcial cpnsummate d for purppse. If so, and we are msort of snakeweed, whbse root i;; much esteemed of for H e r a ld, reports: T obacco-Last w ee k we a dined to believe in it, we may look for further large r the bi'ing of the A NEW CoMPLAINT OF AN OLD PRACTrcE.-Some leading m2.uufacturers in England are unit ing in endeavor to check a prac tice which they affirm is much harm. They assert that their names and trade marks are being imi tated by fore.ign,manufac turers, chiefly German and Amf'rican, on' goods of in ferior quality 'Which are exported to other foreign markets, --thereby bringing dis. Je_pute upon themselves. The custom has beeR going on for se_yeral yean,, nd has been most prevalent in the of dry goods and hard ware, inCluding cut lery. VIRGINIA "BRIGHTS." Virginia "Brights," obse"es the Ricbmond Entjui,-e,-, are something new under the sun. They are something new under the sun, the pto, public sale of Virginia manufactured, whiah we N>w disposals of dull old stock every where. repeat being a true indication of the wholes a le r'narket. the frequently meuti o ned frosted and mean parcel of Tbe Aduttcraliou of Tebn4:co wttla Gam. Following are de:ails of the auction sale of Virgi ia lugs, which formed about ha)f of the small remaining The followiflg account from tbe Srmilary Record manufactured tobacco, held at S L. Jones & Co s, stock of Kentucky tq_bacco here for several months shows the final disposition of the. ;.dulteration c a se reFriday, March-3: too bxs J. B. Paee, 12 in.::h twist. past, is tfow Iinally sold, and, as is though t for the same fe(red to in our last issue ":-An appeal case of consl r' s8c; 250 bxs T. H. Castleton, do. ; QS bxs 0 p: The inquiry fot a ssorted seed leaf, of the crop erable interest, promoted at the instance of the Inland Gregory & Co., 4 inch twi st, 57 ; 35 bxs do. 9 inch of r87J, c:s,pecially for th a t of Ohio growth, on the Revenue authorities ae:ainst Mr. Anthony Cassidy, of twist, 56 ;. so pks do.' 6 inch twist, 58; 7 s pks T. H. basis of 50 pfennigs Eer lb, mOJ.eor o .JUlien, for adWterating tooacco with gum, wa!l C l t_9n, d,. ssYz; roo kegs J B. Pace, Rough ard while the supplies or such very much reduced. heard at the Q.uarter Sessions in that last week. It Ready twist, 57Yz ; roo kegs 0 P. Gregory & Co., The seed lell.t crop of r874)s looked down UP?"! while, appears that, in the month of July last, samples of to 25 bxs Buffalo Chips, 62; 25 bxs 0. P. G"regory the contrary, br,ott.er Amencan to?accos taken bacco were obtained at Mr. Cassidy'll tobacco manufac & Co., 9 inch light pressed, 64; so pks W. Jobn!' n Ill preference, nrd commands much htgher pnces than tory, and forwarded to the Inland Revenue Laboratory & Co .. double thick bright ss, ; 25 pks 0. that of 1873 : Safes of leal throughout the m?nth. at Somenet Hou e for analy!i11. There were two Gregory & Co., siogle bright Nav_v, 25 b.u o. amount t.o r,2oo cases! unchange:l pnces. pies of original leaf tobacco procured from :he pack double thick 6s, roo bJ:s T. H. Castleton, Cable Hard plug wnhm the range of to ages as imp:lrled, one sample of liq11ored leaf, two sam Coil, 63 ; 20 bxs J. B. Pace, Cable Coil, in tin foil, 69 ; roo pfenmg, IS m fatr demand. and moderate stzed ples of finished roll1 and one sample of thick tobaccOJO. bxs 0. P. Gregory & Co., Gold Blocks, 6r.Yz. Cigars parcels could be placed. ; so .ca!Jed quarters, of black juice obtained from the presses. These six samples -At auction H. M Newhall & Co., sold 75,ooo Havor color, being the popular 'vVe wa_rn were analysed by the Government chemists. The first anas at $67@127 'f.>r,oq_o. i\lso 6,ooo Amencan at f,r 2 our fnenos, however, order IS closely scrutmtwo were genuine; the liquored leaf was 5o@16; all on a credit of 90 days. 1zed here, a.nd hence wont do to sen d us any doubt-with Yz per cent. of gum arabic; the two sampl es of ST. LOUIS, 4r.rch 22.-Mr. J. E. Haynes, Dealer ful stock. fhe are the most sales roll with about t per cent. ; and juice with 10 per in Leaf Tobacco, repQrts :-Received 388 hhds, against the month bur we ,remark that, accordng to estabcent. of gum arabtc. The process adoped by the Gov-346 the previous week. We note very little change in ltshed they are generally marke_d up about ernment chemists for detecting the gum was detailed in 'the condition of the market dunng tbe past week. The I ?r 2 pfenn!gs :--:-r27 hhds of refuse of court_, and his characterised by extreme siplplicity, ?e oflerings as heretofore continue to be composed largely mtxeri, poor quahty, at pfenmgs to arnve, 20_ Spanpel"dug for LIS success upon the fact that the etrtracttve liOGLU &, PEASE, duct of man and not (){ nac ture, are growing in favor, and r;ow consLitu.te a goodly 'portion ot the Vira.,inia trade of lugs and low grades leaf, which has had rathe; a deISh refuse _at 24 :r36 of thorougbly trosted matter containing the so called gu'll of tobacco is not dining tendency. good leaf however there is a and mean Jugs, at pfenntgs; ? 5 of assorted precipitated by alcohol in a aqueous so'u good demand for both shipment borne 'use prices substanual Ke'_Jtucky leaf, With a of lugs, tion, prepared in a certain way, and strongly acidulated remaining firm. But little bright wrapping leaf ;rriving of the of. at6s;. 4l hhds Clarksvtlle lugs, by with hydrochloric acid ; while the ar\ibin of gum arabic and nbne has been offered, except 1 hhd Va. to day fo: late ..New :ark resamples_, 1874, at 40 pfen is precipit!lted under the like circumst_ances when .presfor which 1>2 1.50 was rejected, holders awaiting a better mgs, old, s.ale -llnd'"dty Vlfgmta 1 g s, frcm at ent even m extremely small proportions. As demand. Sales from fhursC!ay to yf'sterday inclusive 33; 2IO Fr_ench .sample!, represent mg Green TIVer were imtituted by the Revenue DAYTON, OHIO. TKOS. H. CHALMERS, 111 Beekman st., 111 '1'. i..o. In order to fos-ter this trade, an 'enterpris'ing gentlemen of this city r s6 hhds: r at h (scraps); j (trashy) tobaccos, m far order and of goo d C type, at exactly agamst Mr. Casstdy for the recovery of the penalnes at f,3 @3. 9o; $4@.4.._90; 1a._at $5@5 .90; r6 at f.6.2o pfe nnlgs i 2 0 scmbs, g!Ou d leaf, at incurred his solicitor applied for portjons of the sam @6.9o; r8 at nat at $9.to@9 .So; 32 from store; 1:'5 lugs, ,by New Y-ork sam-plef olo ry, mce. cutlers, ?Y Amettwho did "'not confirll} the refults o!f the chemtsts for !he has collected together a large ftOI\1 bet of Of PAmB., HOLIES & eo., bright Virginia sun cure which he has f 411D IDS -oT-or ........, ALJo .,.. 'WIIICII.t.a GIVDia DD 8A.TIU....,...,., .... Drrl'.urmaa In' '1'1111 BAPIDLT GBOWIJJ& ,DIUIAIIB AJID 'JUl. TIB.B A8UU'CIII U ClOMft..UJI'IW. CAUTION. -It .. ..,.., ccae to IDJ' k11cnJiedp that, Ia iiewralta-Llq..,rlce Pute faloety rep,_..tecl. u ol ay manutactu"' baa beea olrered for aale by partlea to JNit tloelr _,. pu._, have no qtborlty to eellmy b'lncb, tile aervea to c&'UftOJr all Tobacco Uanufac:ts...,.. opirlet the ad to flln aottce that ._.n.-f7 CIH of m:rmoaarac tuN will be l>nndet the decision of the mag-would have been ridiculed up?n ourl i &e!leraUy to be_m during th.e past week .aOd the sales effected have only istrates ;_and, when the appeal came on lor hearing,:be ten years ago. A new methsoi. cond .Iou.aad DOl ID keepmg order_to tn -been to a very tritling exteDt buyers ving taken small proseCQtton charged the an6lysts for the defendant wtth od of curing, by curing the ulatiOil; u hi the they will UR qUIUltiliel for tJseir i ediate requirements. Fine dehaving a fallacious. process, and leaf thi'!" stalk, has also httle ol 11 befOre the summer mootbs aTe over. acriprioas are in much demand ; for common grades the arabrn possesses a molecular affimty lor the been Introduced. t Kmludty. Oh1o. there ia but little inquiry. Westem yeaf and slrlfJs have sal_ts of lead, and th _at It rem _atned attached to suivantage obtaanec tb1s w1se. Stoc 1-- 5+ 86 experienced but little bquiry anJ transactions have ph1de of lead prectpllate, wh1ch was thrown away m the is. shown in the following Imp rtatJoiJL-- --- 426 27 been of a limited character. Virgbzia leaf and strips process W:hich those gentlemen follo wed.. This of two hundred and --have only been in moderate demand, and for the better ment, bemg. par1ly up()n .wbtch thmy pounds of green otal ----- --632 63 classes exclusively. Maryland and Ollio have had but wtre made smce the of th_e case m the-_court bacco, one-half of whtd: Sales.----- --96 32 little attention ; fine yellow descriptions only are in re could not be as ; and, m was cured on and the other I quest. Ca'llr.ndisA has been dull of sale at lower prices. end, the was dtsmtssed by a maJortty of magts half off the stalk. That 534 3 r trates, four being for the Crowq 1 acd seven for the de -cure off the stalk, 12 lbs. Arnve In transtt, 177 hbds. RttsULTS OF THE PANIC.-RmucrroN or Sroctts.-fendant-tbe ct.airman not voting, according to custom, 10 ozs; stalks weighed 61 AMS kDAM, .Man:A 4.-Messrs. Schaap & Van When coilapse crushes a market (remarks a cowhen the vote of the colleagues were unequally dilbs. xr ozs.; total, 19 lbs. 5 Veen, T bacco The week ju't ended temporary), the necessary and ill')mediate effect .is a vided. cou. nsel for Crown exceptio n ro ozs. Cured on stalk, 1 r lbs. was muc more acuve m our arucle tban the preceding suspeasion of industry. This it is which makes the the propnety o( those magtstrates votmg who prestded II ozs.; stalk un this top,8 one, and we ban only to mention lhe sales of 1,034 culiar hardship of financial panics that labor is lhrown in the court below; but they were legally entitled to do lbs.; total, 19 lbs. u ozs. bales Ri Graade, 896 do Sumatra,593 do Jan, sa hhds out and wage cease, until in tbe, due course of a diso1 and the objection was overruled. We observe that It will be observed that the Marylan ,:to do Kentucky nd 2 Virginia. Arrivals were minished demand, products and production bave been the minoritj; included Enniskillen and Lord Bel grand total is just the same the tollo ing: 1,804 balet lllo Grande, 7,953 do brought below the margin of consumption. As soon as more The case, besid'!s showing how essential spectal ucept 6 ounces, and in this 1,412 do 'umatra, 51 hhds Maryland, zo do Kentucky. stocks have been brought down to their lowest knowledge is for the detection of adulteration, has lot cured off the stalk 15 o arylllnil were in favor of prices begin to revive under the pressure of excited in-brought out a very interesting chemical fact with regaTd ounc es, or something like 81 aud all h lders of old crop try topt rid of itatenormous quiry, production is again called for, labor comes into to the behavior of arabin when thrown down by vegeta per cent. on the leaf is !lacrifice The s,,ulra (896 bales) bt>ing generally of demand, wages begin and consumption is stimulated ble solutions by lead salts, and the attempt is made to MANUFACTURERS OF THE u ELK" and:_ u ONWAHD". C.t .. Q A : R S .b4 l)eale:n in r.I.U' 'l"JJACOOi Nos. 34 and 34i'80werv, NEWYOR ClWtLE! S. EA W, J'ACKER AND DEALER IN J'ina Connecticut 11 m until it re,ains its normal activity. It' is necessary, separate it from the oxide of lead by the action of sui therefore, in looking for tbe signs of relief from the phurretted hydrogen. We gather from the report of present inanity of business, to see how far the recent the case that, when an aqueous solution or guw arabic pressure of over-production has been relieved by the treated by the lead process adopted by Dr. Hodges exhaustion of stocks in first hands, and upon this view and Dr. Cameron, a kind of inky solution is formed of the case, the outlook is favorable. witliout any separation whatever of the sulphide oflead There is an unusually large quantity ot exportable as a precipitate; but when an aqueous vegetable exproducts, grain, cotton, ptovi.'lioos, yet in first hands tract, containing a smail quantity of gum arabic, i, aimand eager to come to market, and there is an unusually ilarly treated, the sulphide of le;.d is precipitated, and IID&Ii qL antity of manufactured and imported goods for carries along with it the whole of tbe arabin. f ..

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.a:ooa.cco ma.nau:act.urers. --.-w. JOHN ANDERSON .6\ CO. )IANUFACTURERS OF THl!: .. SOW uu m TBB&CCBS 114 116 LIBE-RTY STREET. NEW YORK,, llotJ to d'-t rt>e attention of the Dealen Ia T..-o tbtoqbo,,t the Unite<' SW.... aDd the World to their CREBRl!ED SOLACE FINECUT CJD:."WDDG TOBACCO, whlela lo 'belag ODCe more .,.,ofactured IJlldmqght. to the highest perfection, is UBder tile a.bove style of el'll.Ild. Wure also SOLE AGBNTS the 1;;.;-and. r.a. & a. c. Acknowledged by ooasnmerB to be the, best in ihe marker And ior t.he brand Licorice Stick \ Brokers. JOHN CATTUS. TOBACCO BROKER 127 Pearl Street, NEW YORK. CIW. B. FISCHER & BR(L, Tobacco Brokers, 191 St.,. \ MISCELI,AlfEOUS S. JACGBY & CO., ti&AIIUIYY. 200 CHATHAM 5 .. 7, & 9 'D 0 YE R ST.1 flEW YORK. UPTEGROVE & GIDBEY, DEALERS IN MAR. 29 .MISCELLANEOUS. WI. DEMUTH & co TK& SOLE IL\NUJ'Ac;TUJt&ILS fW ,#. COLLiNS, :A\asT.) 97 Columbia Street, NEWYOBK, MANUPACTU1B.RS Of' THl. CBL&IIRATBD *rs. G. B. Miller & Co. Chewing ;a.nd Smoking 2'obacco, the only Genuine American Gentle .an Snuff; Mrs. G B. Miller & Co. Maccaboj> Mid Scotch Snuff; A. H Mickle & Sons' Forest Jlose and Grape Toeacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller It Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing ... All orders promptly executed. 'JtTCHANAN & LYALL, OFFICE, 154 Broad street, New York, FACTOilY, 10. 2 FIRST BISTRICT, SOUTH BROOILYII, 1 Manufacturers of the following I ...... CELEBRATED BB.A.J(])S 01' Planet Navy. r s, ,H:s, !"" 48. !IS. 61, 71, 88, ga, JOL Sailor's Cb.oLce u, ;.a, 4!, 5fi', 6115, 18 8s, 1c. Challe nge, lb::. Kine Phllip, W.gblngion, )la, Grape and Apricot, Double Tbick, Unconq_uered, brt. drk. "ACME" Fancy Brt. )(lftle Mit c hell, l' 2 AlfD > Al.o all otber-arades of I'll and Smok!ng 'I'obaccos, ?", DETROIT, MICH. Aside from oar "AMEIUCAtf EAGLE" aad u io tbe usual .. deed woen .. n paekar-ea. 10, 40and 6oJbb. alsn put both (lf theR llt'Rdn up ver] nicely In 0Na Outtcs Tnt Fou. PAcu "o.:s, -.eked lu J1 and Grou bnns. l.lberal ;;>ncea mad,e to the JebbiPS trade. P. LORILLABD & Jerey. OFll'ICBS :-14, 18 4t. 20 CHAIBERS 8TRE.ET1 NEW YORK. Olcleot B.,d Payers in U. S. hc...,.u IW>t ....... lty "'""eit lo SIIIIOI ..., bJ Qu y ol Goodo prod""""-For full descripuen, "N.Y. TOBACCO a; W..eontln e tftrcholce l\fa n .ds o!Bti;ht, Dark an 'Mahogany gndea of'!>LUG or TOBACCO; Flli'.& CU"f CHEWI G l:QQACCO. rio" ltW.do....c.,.iMOK!NG TOBACCO such 1ia Granulatod(or ltlllickniCltlan( Coaroe Cllt, and t.he Finest Q.oalitles ol SNUfF, ;ot e -t fa-able Jl(lcer. critical euminatioo t4e JOCMI wlllll &U FeciGCtl of GUier S.Ctorics iiiiYitecl. A Pri

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