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. 8 lht IS PUBLISHED ., f IV!IY WEDNESDAY KOINING BY TIE TOB!OOO IJlU'' PUBLI8BINQ oo; I of Bri11r Pipts Importw-s OJ SwwR.ers' .4rtidts. Demutb Wm. &: o .. sas Broadway Kaufmann Bros. u. Bondy, 129 and 131 Gnad r.porttrs .!" Ansa4o N. R. u Old Slip. BrinckerhoffV. w ... 47 Cedar ', J NEW 'YORK. Y, APJ;{IL 5, 1876. OLA.BBiBVILLil, TLtsf Th.cr;o Chwt, )(; H. &: Bro. D.Al'IVILI.Il. Va. Co1ft111iuio'll MercU11t1 Peaberton & Penn. DA.YTQ5, o. FRED'K WHOLE NO; 580 _DeBARY & CO., :1.42 FvUon St., New Yrn"k ., ; -:s..:.s;._ Gifford, Shermao Jnute, uo WHtlaa Arguimbau, \Vallis & tq .. 24 No crrden for the paper conatdere4, ""1-by O.e eottwpoutftog amoant. lloaittla-inevry haat!U>ce, beaade by cbecl.-'&r draft. Bill are liable !i'... to be oeat at the ,_,_ Tira TDBACCO LSAP c.,_enda Itself to_,. one to any way intereeted In tohasco, either u lfQWet,mllntfactueror.dea\er. lt-aivea aenuaiJy aa lmDM'DH amnu.ot ofinfonnatfoa lhe "weed:' abd thus iuelta f1tU'i4 _... that haa lonll' IIDce been NCOIIDI,.d U ataodiDg at the bead of special, trade pu.blicatina. -lta market report are full a ad ez:haultive. and pome from every qurter ol the aloke wbere IDbacco is 101d. pu.bficatioaedeu .lel'y de\IO!ed to tobacco. [.Fw Arlwrli1i,. ReliC s#l TJu',..J Pap.] IUSIN!SS DIREOTORY OJ ADVE&TISEIS XEW YORK: Agnew W. & Sons, i4 and a86 Fro" I otree\ Abner & DehJs, 190 Pearl. Allen 1ulian, 172 Water. 1 Appleby & '!'ater. 121 ....... .. --Basch & Fische .ass Water Blumle'in A. & Co., n:6 Pearl. BowDe &r, Fnth. 7 Burhntl Slip._ BTod M 147 Water a Bulkley, & Co., 74 Froa!; Burbaak lt. Nash, 49 droaci Cardozo A. H. 66 Broad Crawford E. M. 168 Water. Cohn S. & Co., 1 5 7 Water. Dohan1 Carre IJ IS% Co 104 ll'ront. DaBob Ellrene, 7S Ecrert Wm .N Co., t71 Pearl. Bnnlbach. F. 13 Si.xtb Av G. & Bro., 171 \Va ter\ J'at'DU.D & Co., 73 lttod.. J'oL Dills & Co., If! w .. er. 'Friend E. &. (;. &: Co., U9 Maid eo Lane.. Friacbeu, & Schulz, 147 Water Gardiuer.j M. & Co., &,. Front. Garth D. ., !on & Co., 44 Broad. Ganert t L. & Bl"'., r6o Water Genhel & Bro., 66 Malden Lane. Guthrie Ill r .... d5 Front. J. & Co. t5I Water. Hawes, s., 119 NaidenLaoe. Herbst It Van Ramdohr, Pearl. H!IIIDIUo G. W., 8o Frout. Kinni.cut Tkomu. 5' Hroad. ::K.re.:nell>erg & Co .. o Pearl. La.chenbruch & B.-o., 164 Watt:r Lanntte A. C. t ;2J Ledetet'a Fiscbel. ''3 Pearl Levfn M. H., t 6 l Pearl. WaCk Alexander. t6:i Water Maitland Robert L. &: Co., 43 Broacl. Martin & Jobn!lon, '9 FroJit Merfelc!, !tempe< & Co., 1 31 Matdcn Lane. Meyer A. 0. L & O., Beaver. O atman Alva, t66 Watet. Oppenheimer, M sS Water. Ottinger Br.others 41 Br?ad St. Prlce wm. M tt9 Matden LaDe. QuiD, J.P. & Co., 39llroad. l{e\smann. G. enatelu, 176 Fr011t. Ci!Ulel F. 11: Son, Frvn<. To.P..,.ont, F. W. 68 Broecl. TeUer, A 86 N.alden Lane. upmama. Carl, ,,e Pearl. WuaC!'fmiD H. 101 Maid.ea La.ne 'Wrl&bt.R!chard& & Co., Broad. c,,.,initm M1rrfll&f'l1. ReJDO Brothers lit Co., i6 & 48 EJ:ch&rol" Buyer ".f TolNJ<&II. Reuena G. 5S Broaci. To6.ueo B,...l,, CattuB john, 1'37 Pearl. FiKher C hat\E. & Bro., 131 Water Fischer, Fred. erick. 41 Hroad Hollander Louis. 148 Water. Ooborne, Chari"" Y., 54 !!roM 'Rader M. 8< Son. 135 Pearl. Shack A. 12<> .ll.al&en Laae Mu{Mtrorr of Toi.uto, .A."det10n & Oo. u6 a"d 117 LlbertJ. Appleby A Helme, 133 Water. Bucbaaaa & Lyall, 54 Broad. D, DelUJcey; Goodwin & Oo J07 aad ""'' Water Hoyt Tboma & Co.,Pearl Kinney Broe. J41 West Broadway Lorillard P. &. Co., 16, aS & 10 Cbambera.. llc.Uplo D. H. & Co. cor .&.venae D Miller Mn. G. B. & Co. 9'1 Columbia Pioneer Tobacc:o CoiDpany, 113 Front for C!uwi,g' a,d Tr>iMCH, "* Hen A. .1; Co. s LllMrtT Wei .. Eller & Kaeppel, uo P-1 A&tnif"'""' of ...... Belche1'1 Park & Co. 35 WarreD. Bondy <.:harl.S, u Bowery Frey Broo. Ill: Co. 44 Veoey Glaccum & Schl....,r, "47 and Hancom J. A., 21 Bwery Heilbruoer, Kosentb.al & Co., l.J4 Second S.t. Jacoby S. & Co., :roo CbatiWD SQ. 4< 7 Doyer. lSroa. & &odJ1 129 & rJ urand & Spiei, 35 Bowery Levy Bros. us &: 117 Broome Lichtenstein A. A:; Bro. 34 &: Bowery Lichtenstein B1os. & 0.. a68 Bowery. Mende! IIi. W. & Bro, 15 Bowery Neuborger M. Pearl Onrle( S. 297 and oa6 Glftllwlclo Sefdenberg.t Oo. S. and 86 ,Reade Smith l!r .a.. 11 Bowery Stlchelloerg M. Ill: 91 and 94 Liberty Btraitoo & Sterm, 178 aod t8c Pearl Butro ,&; Newmark, 76 Part Place Tabellll Robrberg, 171 Pearl. Waniler Ill: Hahn, 1190 Ill: 19> B_,.. M"""cturtr if Fi a... Cir Xupro"''riczA. & Bro. 158Chamber. 'Rivera & Gaf'cia,?Maiden Laoe. Saochez, Hayalll Co., 130, Ill: 114 M.. ....... l,.porttrl of B .,..,. ToJn, Almlrall J, J. 16 Cedar Costa jaclnto,97 Maiden Lane. Garda F. W ater Goualez A. 161 ater ldtran.ia Co .121 Purl Ba.o&1 E. Hrutller & Co. 156 Wa._.c Poba1iikl P. & Co., 197 Pearl Rivera Manuel, 71 !\lataen .Lane San Julian J SS Water. llolomoD M. & 1>. Mai'!l, 100 feorL Yl.or V, Martinez Ill Co, Cedar Manuj'atrmrtrs of Key Well allll 1..,.-., of a,.., ... UT..-. De Jla" Fred'\: & Co .. 41 lk 43 WatnD G-llieur 81. 26 Met all& Lawson, 33 Murray. Seidenberg 4.\l: Co., b4 aud b6 Reade D4j;ot of tM H Ffor del Su:r" Ciz-a,..s. .Alce1 Gt!orq, 173 Water 1 .hn-por,. fJ{ Ci'l Pipet. Batter H.&: 11 Water Demuth Wm. & Co., 501 l:lroadwir bufmann Br('ls 4k Bvndy, 129 131 Gram """bel J. & l.:u .. lllai /1UJE zelJ.eoka R aol East Seventy fifth 'atmt lfl., 37 Gay Gunther, L l W. 9 Sooth Gay c Co.. 49 South Charles. Kremelherg, J. D, a"d Co. Loose C It Co., 6g South Charles. M.etfelci& Parlett B. F. & Uo 9l J .. ombard. Paul Wm. 17 Soa.th. Schroeder J os. &:: Ue .. 81 Ez:chana-e Place. Tate, Muller & Co., 5J South Gay I Wenck E. E., 48 South Charles.. WhK:hmeyer.Ed. Oo., 30 Soqtb C;ilvert TfJblltcfJ FaetorJ, Gleakc lc Niemann, 78 South Charles: Hoffman, Lee & Co,, '3 Exchange M41111{tzctrtrs, uc. Marbori Broth en, 145 to 149 S. 'Oharles SL Wilkens H. & Co., 1 S 1 V'/eat Pratt. Psdtrs of S..d-Lt".f Becker Brothen, 91 !..om bard. s,tiff ManN/adunrz. Starr R. &ICo. >5 South Calver' Dchrs CM-winr, and L14./ TlliCI and Ci$'ars Rotenfeld S. & Co., <3 Uchange Place. Paltfll Ste,. Roller. Kerc\boi'G. & Co., 14q Kou,th Chaf'les. T ob rcc 11 Ftlrli/.iz,.s Lorelitz & R.ittl'er. BOSTOl'l. 0fJffiuio;, MtrCiiz11U Hlyob O. 0 11 CeDtnl Wlaazf.. D C.mmissitJfl FaUeutela Ill Son. BiuDGEPOBT, COJOI, PtUUrS f .Uf Tobtueo, Hawe1, E.. v. It 8011,66 Water. BOO!tLYJI, If. T. M41LMfactwrn-s Ftacr Jobo F. & Co., 176 aDd 178 FinL T.JHsm.rt of Cut CMwttlf 1111a Smo!Uilg 'IolNzcco. KenneweK F. & Bade, S731 37S and 37i Main llpeace .Bros. 1o Co., 52 and 5' Bast l'blrd. IA11j 1'oh..ct /Jrdeaae, Thir.UW f S"'tst' < Crgars, \ Green&: Mt:ter, 101 Wetlt MaiD. Dt.Iv i Z....f Pragofl, W. F., 83 Eighth. Stemmer ad Dtaler i11 T o &lao. Clark, james. Tbi'1_1!_:2_tb arwt Row&.Q. LYXO.IIB1'1BG. Va. Mafa<'-rtrs of 1'o!atco. Carroll Jo'lna W htoue, john W. Uommi11io11 Now Una, Younaer & Co. MIA MIS 'BURG. O. Deltr in Leaf"/'cba&&o, S'*"loerth, H C. NEW.ABK._W. J, Campbell, Lane & Co., 484 HrOP.d. NEW JULJ'OB.D, C.. Paclur 41uJ Deal1r ill Su:!-Lta/ Tobact:.D. William \ NEW OBLEAJf'l, La. Tobtueo Faqur and Commission Merduuu. &remelbefl', Schaefer aad Co., 186 Common. Gi11ar Mtulu..,,u. F. &: H Norman Ciar .Ma'king Ma-chine, Box 1.,7. Uland U3 Levee 9t. PADUCAH, KJ', 1 'o6a&Ct1 Clark U H. it. Bro. PETilRSBUR.G VA. Jih,..chantz. Boper,. LeRoy & Sons. PIIILADilLPHIA. TobtuCQ W 4rt4oltl.lt. BaUtbf".rger L. & Co., 111 Arch Bremer Lewie, Sons, 3" lforth Third. Daley Jame lt Oo., N. E. cor Third aDd Race l)ohan & Taitt, 107 Arch. Dunn T.]. & Co., 1,5tb and Vine. Edwards, -G. W & 6a North FrOnt. Hiseolobr Wm. & Co., us fiouth Water M.c1J,Jiwell M. E: & Co.; 39 No5tb Watu. Meyef'! & Randall, 259 Moore & H.ay ;:i5 North. Water Saolri J. Rinaldv &i Co., 31 North Water. .deil John B.& Co ,531 South Second. Graeff & Cook, r.cS North Water Steiner, Smith Bros. & Knecht, 22'5 Raco. 'l'eller 117 North Third. Vettedetn J. & Co., J3S Arch. Wartman M. & Son, 1 3 NortiJ Fifth. WeUs & Third and Girard Ave. Woodward, Garrett & Co., 33 Yonb .. of Snuff na s,.oking Toloaos Wallace Joa. 666--67JlSortb Eleventh M"nufadrs of Smelt Sn.ff. Stewart. Ralph Ill: Co., 115 A11:h of Batchelor Bros 8oS Market Hildebrand & Klingenber_., 37 North Seveuth Knecht, Smith &:i Co. 131 Nortb. Third St. Theobald A .}{., Third and Poplar. W cllllfr Roberta. !'bird and Girard Ave. United St.ates Cie-ar Manufactory, sth & Vlne. Maufctu .. "s of Fint (..'igars. Freebie A. M., 64 North Fnmt Klein .H. E. Cbestnu.t. M .. -ifat:ttwws of aMtl SmoAinr & Co., Carter. r SB'UB.OH. Pa. of Su(f, Weyman & Bro., 79 aDd II llaalthtielrL Ma11ujadMr.rs "E;rxelsiot' Spu a.ui Oth.r ToiHu&oJ. Jeaklaaon R. 8< w., Lihert.J. Dealers ;,. Dotnestic and Havana .Uaj b<.&co. Maul & Grote, 313 Liberty PR.OVIDEWCB, B.. I, in Ciga,..,, Farrington W P. us Dyer. QUINCY,ILL llanuflktu.re rs of Plu.g ::1 obacco. Ge1D City Tabacco Wtuk.s i E, H. Turner, Pres.; M. Goodman, Sec.; M. Heide1ich, Manager. R.ICHJIOWD Va. C a mminion. Mercjt. Noltioe's Son A. W., Tobacco Exchange Wiase jaJDU M. & Peyton, n Thirteenth. LM[ 'J'obacco Bro/#rs, Boyd James N. 1317 Oary Dibrefl Wm. E., 1410 Cary. )![ills ll.. A. Com,..issiou JJterc!Ja.Hts ftw ilu Sale M.,..._ (RCt1WTd 1D/Ja ncel" Subocriptlon1 and A<1verlke8JfDtJJ for THJa L ... r :UITEJUUX, BOLLAXD.-Me .. n. &: VAN V1:EN, Tobacco "Broken. .A.I!ITWBRP, JIEJAIJ't7](.-Mr. VICTOR FORGB,!mporter of Leaf Tobacco, Rue des 25. BAUI'DlOaB, 1111.-M ....... ED. WlSCJiMETltll & CO., Commis sl.on.Merchaots ud .Deaien 11< Leaf, Plui Tobacco ud Cipra, 39 South Calvert SlreeL FALLENSTEI!IIIll SON1 Tobacco Commiuion Merchants. (lHIC.A.GO, ILL.-Mr. HENRY H. ADAMS, Tobaeco and Cliar Manu racturel"!i' Agent, 8 Lake Stteet. CINCUI!'f.A.TI, OHJO.-Mr. F A. PRAGU&, Leaf Tobacco Inspecter 76 West Front Stree-t CLA.KKSVILLiil, TBJfJI,-Meurs. M. H. CLARK & BRO., Leat Tobacco Brokers. D 1 4.l'IVILLE, VA.-Meain. & PENN, Tobacco Commtssto n Mere:bl.nts. D.A.V AliA, CVBA.-M._... J F. BERNDES & CO. KY.-Meaer., M. H. & BRO., Loaf Tobacco Broken. 1 LANCASTER, C. G. SCHUBERTH, Dealer in LeafTobacoo. LIVE&POOL, ENGLAND--Meurs. COPE BROTHERS Ill CO. Tobacco and Cia-11' Manufacturers, 10 Lord LOUISVILLIIII, KT.-Mr.-WIII: "J.' LEWERS, Secretary of the Tobacco Board ot rrade, &teventh and Maio Streetl. IIUAli[UBU&G, OHIO.-Mr.p:.l:. SCHUBEll TH, Dealer In Lef.{ Tobacco. !lr'EW ORLEANS, 'LA.--.Messn. !CREMELBERG, SCHAEFER & CO., TobaL"'CO F.acton and Commiseion Me&cbants, &86 l:ozamou Street. PADUC.A.II, KY.-Meuro. Ill. H. CLARK & BRO., Leaf TobaccoBmkers. PlilTE&IIBU&G, VA.-M ...,.. LEROY ROPER & SONS, Tubacco CommiNion Merehants. PHILADELPHIA, pA.-Mr. A. R. FOUGERAY, Tobacco Manufacturers" Aa-ent, 33 North Front Street. VA.-Mr. R. A MILLS, Tobacco Broker aud Commis siou Mer:baut, Tobacco E.s:cbaap, SAockoe Slil. 8T, LOUIS, BO.-Mr. ]. E. HAYNES, Dealer Ia Leaf T-obacco, 27 Second Street JOB PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, MOST EXECUTED AT THE REASONABLE BV PRICE$, "THE TOBACCO LEAF" PUBLISHING CO .. 142 lrulton Street, N. T. -. Removal Our patrons who contemplate moving on or before May 1 will confer a favor by promptly communicating to us their new business addresses, in order that no delay or mistakes may occur in the delivery of THR LEAF to subscribers, and to afford time to make .neces sary chan.ges in aqvertisements. We solicit this infor matioll from our patrons in this city and elsewhere. I THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM. We expend considerable time and money if\ the preparation of every number of THE LEAF, and do not object to having our work indorsed by other journals who may kindly print extracts from our columns and duly credit us with the same. We. do object, however, to having the results of-our !abor filched from us and put in circulation as the productions of some one else. The history of the following paragraph forms a curious case in point:-A writer in the Danbury News say11: "If what I saw t o day of our seed leaf tobacco is a fair average of the crop, it is indeed a very poor one, being yellow, green, dead and bull's-eared. If ft crop is not affected with one of those complaints, it is with They ask from 10 to I 5 'centl round, and any tbing decent can not be bought for less than 10 or n cents. The l cent crops are simplv trash, which we don't want, as it wouldn't pay us to bother with the putting up of such stuff." This originally appeared in TH&: LEAF some four or five weeks ago. It was an extract from a letter from the Housatonic Valle)k> and was copied in short-hand by our market reporter. It was then published-presumably without credit-by the Daubury News, whence it was transferred to the columns of a New York paper and credited as above to the Newr. Wending its way westward it now appears in the Weslem :Jour nal, published at Cincinnati, and will probably go the rounds of the newspapers interested in the weed in that section. The paragraph itself may be o( the smallest import ance, but tht subject which It illustra tes i s of more moment than mostjournalists imagine. The reputation of a is largely dependent upon the circulation given to its wise or wiuy sayings by its cotempol'aries, and to reproduce from its columns v.ithout cred it is to cut it off from one avenue to fame and profit. Our Connecticut cotemporary is a striking example of the truth of this statement Had the Press of the country not generally reproduced the witticisms of "the Danbury .News man," but left them to unmerited neg lect in the columns of the journal in which they ap. peared-or quoted them without. credit-the proprietor. of that' Jively sheet would have noticed a very marked difference in his bank balance. We feel sure that in the preeent instance the omission to extend to us a common courtesy h11s been the result of neglect rather than intention. &AJIVP.t.()T'OJUIID .AT THill KaY WElT Bll.UICR OP '1'1111: CRioii-I.TED 1CL PIUlifOIH!i Da; Q.I.LEI JLUrV P.t.CTOBY OP II.A.VAaA. HA:VAN.A.-OIGARS. SEIDENBERG a co., 84 and 86 READE STREET, NEW YORK, Proprletors.of the t LA ROSA ESPANOLA FACTORY. -. KEY WEST AND IMPORTED. CIGARS, -26 Cedar Street, (P.o. Box 4515.) New York! G. HILLMAN COMMISSION MERCHANT JN MANUFACTURED I SO-FRONT STBEET, NEW YORK. Plug ana Smoking Tobaccos from and. Factories. The Celebrated Diamond Golden Cttt-" Cavendish Smoking Tobacco. I B 4 V A. N I. T o B A C C 0. CAUTION I We hereby notify All parties .who Infringe on our Trade { w. tc States, that they wm Acquired under the Laws o f the United prosecuted by Law, Olloe .. 65 Pine St. W .EIL a CO. A DECEPTIVE E'NAC'.l'MENT. HDW T 0 IMPROVE THE LEAF TO-BACCO TRADE.' The inflationists are unfortunate. ThroQ,gh some financial .witchcraft they seem never to be sure of the ef(ect of even their pet measures. Thus the Bank act of 1874 was passed \vith the idea of equalizing the Na tional Bank circulation, and accommodating those por tions of the S outh and West that were clamoring for more money. Unfortunately the effect of the statute in question has been to contract ra;herthan to inflate the volume of the currency. Instead of not having eno1gh, the banks have decided that they had too much money -at any rate more than they could profitably u se, and the process of redempLion has been steadily going on until the present time, when, in March, the largest con traction of the currency that has occurred during a sin gle month took place. 'f!Je dullness of is of course the cause ot this voluntary action on the part of the banks. and no one can be blamed for a necessary re s ult of operation of the law of supply and At the same time, as the unwitting agents of contrac tion, when they intended to produce the opposite effect, the inflationi>ts have our heartiest sympathy. The fullowirig Washington dispatch will explain what taken place :-The amount of greenbacks deposited with the Treas urer of the United States during the ?f Ma;ch by national banks, desiring to withdraw the1r Circulation ancl realize upon their bonds, amounts to Ss,3o4,o?o. This is the largest contraction of the currency wh1ch bas ever occurred during a single month under th.e prQ. visions of the Bank act of June zo, 1874 The Imme diate effect of these of legal for the withdrawal of the national bank CirculatiOn IS to pro duce a contractid n of greenbacks. Its ultimate effect will be to reduce the volume of national bank notel:> il! circulation. Treasurer New, who .before assuming his present position was president of nation.al and is familiar with the nauonal banklQg busmess of the country, is understood to estimate. that the contrac ti on of the currency under the Bankmg act of June zo, 1874 durin" the remaining nine months. of the present will be $too,ooo,ooo. :):n c:>ther while the nominal value of th<: bank-nett: c1rculauon 1s $352 ooo oo o it will be 'reduced by January, 1877, to I' f h t;zsz,ooo,ooo. The estimate of the Contra er o t e Currency, Mr. Knox, is understood to be somewhat smaller, though in his opinion it will reach. $so,oo?,oo_o or )16o,ooo,ooo. This of contracllon, IS now going ori at, such a rap1d rate, IS a very com ,mentary on the wisdom of the which p 'assed the act of 1874, and whose obJeCt was an expal!sion of the currency. "If the farmers will resolve and adhere to the reso lution not to raise any tobacco for the next two trade in l eaf tobacco will revive so as to afford a reason able to both farmers and dealers, and if not, prices will continue to decline until tllere is nothing but bankruptcy ldt for those who remain in any branch pf the tobacco business." This was the observation made to us a day or two since by a member of :r. Seed leaf tobacco firm in this city, who had just returned from an inspectionof affairs in the Connecticut River Valley, and had become impressed with the idea that there was more tobacco unsold in that fruitful region than could be. profitably disposed of under such circum' stances in the present depre!sed 'condition of trade, or than could bedisposed of at all within the next two years, uniess holders there were wilfing to abate some what their inordinate pretensions. The remark is a suggestive one, though probably not intended to be taken in all respects for literal truth ; as, in the first -place, if no tobacco were to be grown in N e w England during the next two years, larger quantities ever before would have to be produced in other and less favored quarters to supply the deficiency resulting from the absence of the customary Eastern crop, or failig t)lis, not neariy enough tobacco would be available to effect the ordinary business of tbe trade in this article. Assuming last year's crop to have to Ios,ooo cases, and the present stock of old tobacco to be so,ooo cases, ISS1ooo cases would represent, if no leaf were grown for two years, the total stock on sale for the next four years or thereab' out. The aim ofthe commentator quoted was merely to express an opinion that is gene. rally concurred in, namely, that Eastern and other farmers' will find it to their advantage to raise less tobacco until the business of the country shall have made some permanent progress toward rec overy,, and the stock of topaccos now on hand becomes further reduced. His idea is that it is s im ple folly for farmers or other peo-' I p)e to expect that full prices can be obtained for tobacco if large crops are year after year to be planted regard Jess of the state of the markets at home and abroad. and that, if that mistaken policy is persisted in, only disaster can come to those who pursue it and those who are c01ppelled to be the victims of it. _The is eminently a sound one, and will be: admitted to be &o' I

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I I .. / 2 LEA F. by farmers themselves, as well u by dealers The mis commented as follows conversation with a T.JIE ToBACCO Uf PAIUs.-Jhe New Eichel & Cv'a tobacco warehouse and stemmery at with farmers is, however, that while they sentative of this journ al:H er<;ld announces fHB LEAF among the JOUr-' EvansviUe, Ill. Loss on tlie building, $8,ooo, and on d h d g . pals reuularly on file at the readuig rooms recently es-the stock the loss is estimated at S4o,ooo. Insurance recognize the truth of the proposition they o not ee mce the mauguratton of the present tanff on cigars in Paris by Mr. Bennett. on stock, IZI,ooo.-On the same day two thousand five the lesson it conveys. and tobacco our home manufacturers have largely iphundred cigars were seized on the f;ity oj Merida from THE LEAF has certainly' often enough reminded them creased in number and productive capacity, and have R<:MOvAL.-Mr. J. A. Hartcorn, cigar manufacturer Ha'\fllna. Or the duty they owed themselves and the tobacco continued to improve the appearance and quality of :rnd leaf tobacco has removed from 86 Maiden La.1e to 21 Bowery. Mr. Hartcorn makes a specialty IRON RusT A CAUSE OF FIRB.-A great many fires trade ln th1's respect, but as the season is now draw-their products. In the manufacture of clear Havana f r d b dl o fine cigars and enjoys a good reputatioA as manu.ac un ou te y anse when then ongin is apparently traced ing near when they may be expected to repeat the miscigars marked progress has been Jrlade, and there are turer and mercliant. to steam pipes, which are surrounded by wood. _An take of previous years, and plant not only more tobacco factories now in t!:Je United States which will succenwriter asserts that the rust on the outside of d d 1 h th a r It h 11 b. h b t f t -.A PARlNER AD"'IrTED.-'-Messrs. Junker & Niemeyer, the pipe bas the po'l\'er, when the temperature is ID than is wanted, but more, a goo ea, t an ey c n 1U y c a enge companson wit t e es ac ones m d I H d S d I f b h d ff, ea ers m a.vana. an ee ea to acco, avP. tncrease creased, of slow)y giving off its oxygen and of being properly cultivate. it seems appropriate, even if ine ec_ Havana. Constdenng the the! have Ia the streigth of 1'iirn'oy admitting Mr. Schm id t of convertecl into iron again. The cliaracter of _pyra. -tually, t o adm on ish them that the cond1uon of the bored under, the small realized on th1s_ class .G{ _this city as partner.. and aoaed to their warehousct faciliphorus iron, and the rllpidity wit'! which it takes fire, tobac.co trade i s such as to justify very ser i ous apprehen9:oods, and the long existing bias in favor of 'es"by excb"nging their old quarters for new ones at is well known. Ve-ry fine fragments of iron and steel, s i on s a con siderab'e curtailmentin "the acreage cigars, it must be conceded that much credit is clue to 1'70 Water The style crf the firm is Junkel', Nie. bv their rapid oxidation, become red hot. This is the t '0 be devoted to tobacco is determined upon this spring the ingenuity, skm and enterprise evinced by our manu meyer & Schmidt. simple explanation of the fire drawn from the flint and steel. Whenever, then, as this authority sta-tes, iron The necessity for curtailment does not arise altogether facturers by means of which they have attained their TitAVJ:LING INCOGNITO.A seedy-fellow applied at pipes areemployed for the circulation of either hot ai r from the quantity of stock ex tant, (or it is under, rather present standing in this branch of industry. a low inn in Paris for a night's lodgings When asked or steam they should be incased in cement, otherwise APRIL 5. B:n.Gli's ALTERATIVE.-;-Mr. Ber2h was much pleased .the other day to receive a letter from a rural admirer asking him when his new play of Love's Alterative" would make its appearance. PUBLIC INsTRUCTION IN EGYPT.-:rhe' Egyptian In atitute has published a report on the state of public instruction in that country, from which it appears tllat the civil and primary Arab' schools number 3 744, directed by 4,1 u teachers, and attended by 102,407 There is an average of one scholar to every fortyLhree inhabitants. CoNTRIBUTioks SoLICITJD.-Tbe following posted in a church iD Monroe township, IlL: pleas oeposet Yore Tob3.cer at theDore by order of Dekens. notice is than Over, the a ver.age, and we refer now to all va(ietie s Unfortunately, at th i s moment our wise legislato register his name, he wr.ote:-"The King of Spain." when they rest in contact with timber the finely divided Th r t 'fi d d h th THERE's SWEETNESS FOil Vou.-A single manufacof leaf. But it results from various causes. Trade, m tors at Washington-very likely advised by friends and e po tr.e "':ere a once nou e an W. _en ey particles of rust (oxide of iron) lose their oxygen and turer of perfumery at Cannes, Fran_ ce, UlleS annually they asked h1m, "Do you pretend to be Kmg of Spatn?" become ignited Mechanical or expansion the first place, is, has been, and is likely to be for some admuers of the Cuban c1gar manufacturers-propose: "Not I." "Why then did you so register your_ name?" f 140,ooo pounds of orange blossoms, 129,ooo pounds of ._, h A h ( f: I I o the ptpes may have. somet ing to do with effecting acacia flowers, o,ooo pounds of rose leaves, 32,ooo t ,me longer, remarkably torpia everyw ere, mong to put a stop tot e progress o our own manu acturers "Because wtsh to trave mcognito.'' th> li Th t c s c ange. ese Clrcums a may account oor pounds of violets, 8,ooo pounds of tuberoses, and ros.e. commercial or trading countries we are not sure that b1y hthe tariff on imported tobacco.. Will BARNKTT AGAI!I'BT SELI.ING.-This cue uQtlenl'ent a many of .the_ fires wh1ch take place at the commence, mary, mint, thyme, lemons, and citrons in proportionate there is an exception to be named. All seem to be alike a so ratse t e duty the man. ufactured art1cle made m1 partial investigation on Monday, and a further hearing ment of a Winter season. qu'antities. Nice and Cannes together consume annuwantl-0., in busineaa activity. In the second. place_, the Havana, ao as to gtve them at least an equal chanee? is to be bad before it will be determined whether or not B p & C d ally over 20 tons of violets, and Nice alone 19ci tons of ELCHER, ARK o.Thts ol and popular mer tendency of the times is toward retreDChment; a d1spo-No 1 thia would not suit our Cubu friends. The prothe questions at l.ssue are to go to the grand jury. The cantile firm, whose business career in this city datu orange blossoms. 1 sition il m;&nifested eyerywhere and bf almost every body posed increase on cigars is triflinc com with that Hen_ry Selling,_ !equests us to back to t8JJ, will remove on May t, from 35 Warren to get back to iirst principles as some express it, to get on the raw material. Accordlag to the fi.;ures furnished 3 suspenso!'l of public until proceedStreet to 33 College Place, where they propose FINANCIAL DISTRESS JN HAVANA.-HARD TIMKS TOR b b D Ed d Y Ch. f h U d S B mgs shall have diSclosed the facts mvolved tn the case. engaging extens1 vely 1 n the manuracture affine Havana THJ: CIGAR MANUFACTUitERs.-According to recent down to hard-pan. People feel that they have een y war oung, tei o t e ntte tates u. li I -----ci&ars. The,. firm have been for a considerable time ad vices from the Island, the cigar manufacturers, and living -too fast, and begin to realize the of reau of Statistic!!', the propMed increase on cigars would TJlE OF THE DILEMMA.A identified with the cigar interest, in the ordinary course other property owners of Havana, must be having a going slow : EX1Hiflsive merchandise that while .ago be $44tUZ.u while the increase on lear tobacco would / came up ror trial tn1a F,rench court, a d1 as tbe ev1of th .eir business, as abo through their connection with decidetlly unpleasant time under the pew Captain I 1 bt d b ht s now m a amount to $3716 979 o8g. In other words our manufac-de Ace '!"a.s expecteel to be of a certain character, the the El Merito" Manufactory at Jacksonville, Fla., for General. A correspondent writes ':Tile recent decrees, was almost exc usive Y soug an aug 1 1 Judge mttmated the fact and reguested the decent b' h h b 1 h U intended to better the financial situation of Cuba, and .nea.t -'ear Aeglected and th_at or m.oderate cost cho_se.n turers, who under the ex1stmg t nff hi' ,l\ISt about t 'thd N t 1 d "U h w 1c t ey lire t e e agents m t e mted bl' b d k b 1 8 .. 1 women o w1 raw. o a sou move s er, Belche H ibb d & C t f th f t pu 1s e a wee ago-one a o tshmg a number of The direction wh1ch pnces have taken ts t_nargin enough to compete with fbe oreign manufactur: aid the Judge, "now the decent women have: with1 at J n:mn:r vexatious and burdensome taxes h\therto r.ollectea; downward, in sympathy wtththe genet al movement. It ers, to S376,979', gold, more on tbe l arawn, turn out the rest. 'proved brands of cigars, of which the "El Merito, .is another providing for the issue oU18o,ooo,eoo in Cuban but yesterday when a fine case or hogshead of matenal, whtle the Cublln manufactufe!'!; re dfrty to S \ C I Th ht t d best known. Besides a large stol'k of foreign cigars bonds to pay claims against the Treasury due 31st would brimg any price that tbe holder ha!l. the taxed to the extent of fiJ'I.U2 rr. Let this measure_. lle sell and ot"er merchandise for trade, Messrs. December, S that is, the flGlating debt,, estimated to "" d Belcher Park & Co keep co ta tJ (J h d 1i 11 equal that a,mount; another making important chanaes COnscl'ence to ask for it. But so changed are circum. enacte and hundreds, erbaps thousands, of operatives has been bought for $1oo,ooo, $4o,ooo is paid for the ns n Y 11 an a u h d f _a_ c h "' assortment of smokmg nd 1 "' toba m t e a mmtstratJon o iiUlalTS .or t e sake of economy, stances that buyers will often select in preference a lower here will be throwll' out of ebiploymt:nt, becaU!IIe propriright to establish restaurants in the main building; soda 1 s P u., ceo. and still another making 1 t a crime of injillencia, punish grade of goods when they could have a better_ grade fer etors in many instances will be obliged to work. water privileges bring the finance board $52 ,ooo; cigar RoBBERY OF CIGARS IN CHATHAM STRI!.ET.-Beable by court-martial, teconceal the valuation of taxable T b .L: stands $r8,ooo; and it i$ estimate:! that with a royalty t t t b 'be fi _, a t rifling advance, simply because they are s1ck of the here has een a mistake made m uoe preparat10u of be 1 b 1 $ .11 ..,_ 1 d tween 6 P. M. Saturday and 8 A. M. Sunday burglars proper y, 'Or o resor to n ry or rau .. m connection 1 on er o a arre so,ooo WI ""' rea 1ze L' d h h h h 1 f with the collection -of the revenue-I.ese decrees have :r:e.tgn of extravagance, and bav e made up their mi nds th1s b1l w1th regard to the invoice value of Hayana orce t etr way t roug t e scutt eo the bu!ldmg ... N d 6 Ch th St t t th fallen upon a people almost dumb with amazement, and, llot to encourage l ts lon17er continuance. Fancy pncelt bacco imported to this country. It has been assumed A CooL PLACE.-Bru!lsels bas the ice bouse os. r 54 an 1 S a am ree ID o e cigar manu 1 d b d db h bl h Go "' f t f Ch 1 K. 1 Th d 8 a rea y over ur ene y t e1r o 1gat1ons td t e v-d h d d ''1\ ot have another for a long that the average price is 57 cents gold per pound, in the world. The roof covers an area of 18 000 square ory 0 ares ans er. ey remove 000 ernment. The fieeling is gene' ral that 1't 1")1 be 1 "mpos-have etr ay an WI n feet, the walls are double, and filled with moss and cgars, valued at $618, by carrymg them over the roof while This is the cue not only -as respects tobacco, which makes 1t, addmg 35 cents gold duty and about sawdust. -There are nine separate ice chambers, each and through tlle hallway of No. 3 Mulberry. Street. sible to carry out the decrees and pay such enormous but all varieties of q1erchandise-dry goods, cottons, cents a pound Havana export duty, $1.02 gold, and lA o-f 30 000 cubic feet capacity. There are galleries for A-bout 9 A. M. C?fii:cer Kelly, o.f the Precmct, artaxes, and while every tax-payer says, "I can not pay, I II k h h b lk f t d J h w lk t d t N I can not pay," the fdeling is :rather, "I will not pay.'' broadcloths, the metals, iron, and the rest. Then currency over .,1.14. tIs we nown t at t e u o storing meat m bot weather, capable of holding 2,ooo res e o .n I mson, a pnn er, res1 a o .. 5 I d h S .11 d' J M Jb St t b h r d 1 t IS moreover rumore t at pam WI tsapprove these 1 th r bl stock the importation is Remedios and Partidos which last quarters. A million ton of ice have been stored in the erry _ree, w om e .oun as eep tn.a room m again, moderate compirative y as IS e avat a e d'd t II tb' k {; h' building 'llt one time '. which about seven thousand of the stolen Cigars were measures of the Captain General. of tobacco, old an d new, it yet compri E es, it is year 1 no se m IS mar et or more t go to 92 scattered the floor. The subsequently an undue proporti on of indifferent, even poor, matenaL to 95 cents average per pound. Tb1s figure we MARYLAND ToBACCO IN BELGIUM'.The U. S. Conarrested Dennis Halloran, aged th1rty, a laborer, residBellHences ef tbe late Sauel ..lue&la. We see this fact noted not only in the domestic but the mean in currency, and the principal dealers in the arti-sui at Antwerp reports: "Kentucky tobacco has the ing at No. 61 Mott Street; John Kearns, aged twenty, market reports as well-. Those of Londo"'" cle will sustain us in the above assertion. True enough, best 'reputatlon on rhe Antwerp market o( all tobaccos a clerk, residing at 74 Pearl Street, and Michael O'Neill, Ll'verpool, Bremen, 'and others, all refer to the uns atis-there are a few houses here lllihich imported a. better coming from the United States. But a comparatively aged forty, a. laborer, of No-: 3 all of small quantity of Virginia was imported, there being whom are sa1d to have been 1mphcated m the burglary. factorv character of much of their supplies. Prices are, class of goods, costing, we are inclined to think, last bat a shgbt demand for it. Less also for Mason Coun-and n-ecessarily mu!t be, unfavorably affected by this year, say $r.r3 te $1.15 currency. Evidently the mlsty yiz 6,o36 hogsheads Kentucky; 1,4II CIGAR FACTORY AND OPERATIVES' DwELLINGs circumstance; and if to this depressing influence, totake made occurred in the following way: Partidos and Yugmla; 117 Mason County; 248 Mary-ING UP oN SECOND AVENUE.-Messrs. Kerbs & Spies!', getber with the one arising fro111 the economical habit Remedios were sold last year, in a good IJlany instances, an cigar manufacturers, have just begun the construction of the time, as referred to above, be a.lded the prospect in Havana currency, and as the duty 1is a specific one of what they claim will be when finished the largest DISAPPEARAN. CE OF A CIGARJITTE MANUF_ACTURER.-1cigar manufac t ory in the world. It will include not Of a larg e or even an average, crop this year, whether of 35 cehts per pound, irrespective of the value of the Th b. nl h 1 d b d oug so e time e al?se smce t e only the actual work-rooms, but conOP.cting with it will all good or only nU,ddling, it IS obvi o us that harm t&bac c o, the ill' porters of Havana tobacco did not take of Alexander Bedross1an, ctgarette and Turkish tobacco be a series of operatives' dwellings. The firm have to the entire tobacco interest m11st be done, and that the the trouble to have the value of their invoices reduced 83 Pine .nothing has yet secured a large plot on the southeast corner of Second concluding clause of the quotation with which this article to gold, as the cigar importers do, who pay a specific been ascertamed respecting hts ab1d1ng Avene and F1fty-fourth Street. The factory proper will commenced will be in a tair wny of realization. and an atl valonm dnty. The simple fact ii, not more A hdy has succeeded the mystenous. absentee 10 bts occupy the corner, extending so by 100 feet, and in former factory, and bas filed and _obtamed. the requtre? height six stories, of brick, with very fine finish. The As a means of recovering lost ground, or as our cap-than one-tenth of the tobacco imported here is comreven_ue papers for the purpose of co!'duc_ung the busfirst story is arranged in stores, and the upper floors in tion implies, as one method of improving the prised of what may be called first-class Yuelta Abajo m own Mr: Bedross1an IS of plain lofts A skylight over eighty feet long opens trade, we would urgently recommend a limited planting leaf, such as is contemplated and made tbe basis of busmess megular1tLes, .and 1 s supposed by h1s accusers through the roof into the upper. loft, d 1 ffusing both light for the ensuing season at least. By pursuing this course calculation in the Morrison bill." to be purposely absentmg himse lf and ventilation, and rendering the place healthful and a two rold advantage will be secured-farmers will Lave Th b f h h h ...-0 pleasant. In the cellars, and under the sidewalks are ,, ese o serva IOns are m armony w1t t ose prev1J.vLIAMJSBURG, HIO CoRRESPONDENCE OF THE roomy vaults for tobacco storage and other uses. The more time to devote to their cr9 ps, which will make ously expressed on the same subject by THE LEAF m ToBAcco LEAF:-Sir-At present very little is doing buildmgs for the families of the operatives are five in them all the better, and dealers will have an oppbrtunity the issue of Eebruary g, wherein it was shown that the with u, and transactions are mostly confined to the number, two on the Second Avenue flank and three on I S 'fi 1875 crop, with sales every day at from 3 to sc. Some h F f r h S 'd f h b 'ld' to dispose n f the stock now awatting sa e. acn ces on proposP.d duty was out of all reasonable proportion to t e ty-ourt treet Sl e o t e mam Ul mg, and New York parties wbq have been idle tor quite a l9ng b r h d tth 11 d 'II b both Sl'des wt'll sti ll have to be made, as a matter of the original cost value of the bulk of the Havana toh emg urnts e w a mo ern Improvements WI e llme, are among t ose who are buying and piling up in 6( d 1 Th h fi h h Course' thl s year, eYeJI if the recommenrlatibn is adopted coming to1 this country. th .;,, b A h 1 d b !1m prove sty e h ese are) eafc _ve stOrli(S 10 elg t, etr respec ... e ware ouses. mong t e lltter name ut t very much on t e mode o the1ordinary tenement-and carried out. But a condition of things parties, are Havemeyer & Vigelius They-have lately house. Accommodation will be furnished in all for 100 would be brought about by this means for next year A HARE'S NEST! bought the large two-story brick warehouse, formerfy families. The yards in the rear will have communication owned by Theo. H. &-Sons, and situated h h c llo b h quite different from that prevailmg at this ttme f d L wn t e .actory, a wmg t ose w o work in the factory Two t&ousand fie hundred cigars were ei z e d yeoterday on the City o/ <;Orner 0 East Bndge an ocust Streets. access to and from their homes without uoing into the ftom Havana. We have calied attention to the frauds tfiat are prac-AN ENGLISH TOBACCO MANUFACTURER TO VISIT streets. The coat of the whole structure including .THE MORRISON TARIFF BILL 1 tised by the smuggling of cigars in tbe steamships from THE CENTENNIAL.-ln a private letter, Mr. G. T. DickgrQund, will be not less than S$,ooo. If the action of tbe Committee of Ways and Means on the tobacco :;na c1gar section ot the Morrison Tariff bill may be taken as an indication of'tbe course that -will be pursued respecting it when i t reaches th-e Com 'Hiittee of the Whole, the ad\ocates of the retent10f\. of s familiar to the farmen of the valley as household fa:es. He was presidential elector itt 186o, for the first dis tnct, and at an earlier period, I thinlc, county commis sioner. He was also a member of the board of direc tors for the First National Bank, Hartford, from its first organizatidn till a short time before his death. The only offices he sought or desired were those of road master, hayward, or fence viewer. He often filled these most effectively. He was not an office seeker for him self; but for others-his friends-be spared no time or labor and sought no reward. There is no man Jiving i .. County to-day, who has held in his hands the success or defeat of so many officials, from United States senator down to town representative, as Samuel Autin ; and many b .ave been the young men who have arisen to fame and position, first steppink from his broad shoulders into public life. In his sphere he was unequaled as a political leader. An educated man, what might he not have been l In town meetings, in caucus, in conventions, wherever men were assembled together, be was a ruling spirit There was a diamond point to all his homely, crisp sentences, backed by the earnestnesa and sincerity Q( his de meanor, that swayed men to his purposes. What was true of him at the last convention he ever attended, was doubly sa twenty-five years ago. Some who read this will remember the Presidential campaign of r84o. Such will not need me to remind them of the rank be bela among the leaders of the old Whig party in Hartford County. He was an ardent Republican always a \i.orker-and during the dark days of the rebellion, when some feared and trembled, he never fainted or faltered. Before 186o Mr. Aubtin had accumulated a handsome fortune which \le could hardly fail of doing with the keen business 1aculties and boundless energies be pos sessed. Since that he his devoted mucli of his time to farming. He employed1 many men, raising twenty or thirt)" acres of tobacco annually, fattening half a hundred head or more of cattle and as many swine. Of a large unproductive area of 200 acr.es, he bas made a garden. V he is excelled or equaled in the extent or of his farming in the valley I have yet to learn 1t. At his home the latch string was always out, and his board was an ample one, as many a poliucal sojourner or aspirant cah Vice presidents, senators, gov ernors, and lesser lights, have sat around it, and scores of men known to fame have slept beneath his roof-tree. The fish of them all," as 1\lr. Austin quaintly expressed tt, "l'l'as Horace Greeley." To his friends he was generous, to his enemies he never surrenderedwhile in his heart he .had already fprgiven them. He was uneducated, unpolished and sometimes rouuh in manner-wh1ch might be attributed to the treme;dous iorce and energy' of his nature-for be had a kind heart open to the woes and wants of l'>thers. He was a mem ber of the Baptist church and in times of religious interest only those who have heard can realize the effect of his earnestness power in prayer. Such gift of language and tenderness of feeling as moved all hearts. l'he wants which education might have supplied were :all forgotten. Of the many marked traits in his character I will allude to one which with him was a worship. This was his love for "Old Suffield." Next to his family and his Maker in his affections came his native town. What ever contributed !CD its prosperity and good name enlisted all hts' energies and was part and parcel of the man. He was a remarkable man! No one man has done as much to make the town of Suffield wl;lat it is For fifty years he has filled a large place in its history, and its dwemers will more and more feel that a great spirit bas passed away-a man who had his fail ings (and who has not?> but possessed sterliag virtues and worth. S,

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' f APRIL 5. THE and 3 soo Virginia, but no mention made of Kentucky. Richmond quotations, according to a circular of his LoNDOM-Io8 hl!lds, 100 cases, 288 pgs (45,70I lbs) To substantiate our estimate for Bremen, we rely on own sent us by Mr. James A. Connofly, formerly of this mfd. DOMESTIC. our furnishing them cutting goods at a moderate pr.ice, city, are as (ollows :-Fancy StyJes and Bright Work, NEW GRENADA-192 bales, 423 pgs (24,403 lbs) mfd. 'l'BE TOBACCO XAB.KET. NEw YoRK April 4 and New Orleans supplying the spinners "uiJ their tax paid-Coil, A, 3 and 4 oz, 68@75; do B, 3 and 4 RoTTl!RDAM-98 hhds, 43 cases, 20 bales. There was a moderate amount of business done in heads s wim." Buyers complaia tlrat prices have got up oz, 63@65; do 6 inch, 65@70; fdil6's, 2 oz, 6o@65; DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. tire tobacco market during the past week, and the feel-too higldor the trade to run smoothly. goldbars; goid ltluckt,:.SS@6o;: gold links, 55 The arrivals at the port of N'!w York from domestic i ng at the close was an imp r oved one. Of leaf a pity. We rather think, however, that at our present @6o; l ight pteued, 57865; do ring, z, 3 interior and coastwise ports for the week ending April the sales in the early par t of the week were 9uite satisprices, sound lugs and usefu11eaf willcontiflne to move and 4 oz, 58@65; fig,'57@65; flounders, 55@6o; Buf4 were 1 ,416 hhds, 1 6 2 trcs, 20 half trcs, 177 qtr factory, the Regie byers evincing some dispositfon o freely; but are puzzled to know what 111ill become of sS@fis; pocket pieceS, 45@6o; 'Rough and 2o eighth trcs, 2 ,236 cases, 7 8 4 pkgs r box, 8r three q t r operat e w ith freedom Tbe Itali an buyer is reported to poor nondeseript' crops, except at 1ug price. Ready twist, 45@55; pig tail twist, 52@58; May apple, bxs, I 22 hlf bxs, 30 third bxs, 2S qtr bxs, .l52 caddies, have done considerable in old tobacco; though for what Mr. F-rederick Fischer, Tobacco Broker, reports;-55@6o; twists, 12 inch1 4B@6o; do 6 and 9 inch, kegs, r8 bales, 91 cases cigars, S do c i garettes, 25 bxs destination his purchases were intended has not transReceived this month-Western, 6,595 hhds; from New 48@58, dwarf twists, sosB; do foil, 50@ 58; roll pipes, consigned as follows ; pired. The week's sales, perhaps it should be !laid the Orleans, 9 hhds; from Virginia ; 1,958 do; total, 8,562. twisu, 12 inch, 57@63; do 6 inch, 57@63; twelve inch, Bv THE ERIE RAILROAD.-Sawyer, Wallace & Co., past fortnight's sales, have the of Sap1e month, r875, Western, r,631 hhds; from New lbs, fine, 6o@7o; do good, 48@58; r r inch twin,43@47; 43 hhds, Blakemore, Mayo & Co., 4 6 do; M Abenheim the month ip this sort ver)' matenally, makmg the Orleans, none; from Virginia, 564; total, 2,135. Re-Nav1 4's and s's, single thick, 43@48; do 5's, double & Co., 11 do; Garrott & Grinter, 92 do; D J. Garth, gregate not o.nly much .wger. than was expected, owmg .ceivea this year-Western,, 14,339 bbds; from New thick,. 4 ,and 5 oz, do 3's, 8, 9 and. ro oz, dou Son & CQ., u6 do; A. c. L. & 0. Me y er 13 do; P ioneer to the draggmg way JU wh1ch the month ?pened, but u do; fro th Virginta, 4,171 do ; total, 19,122. ble thick 40@45; do 6 s, 9 to lb, double thtck, 43 @ 47 ; Tobacco Co., 6 d o.; B urbank & Nas h, 35 do ; Thos. m'!ch larger for de Slfab l e stock In 187s-Western, 3,557 hhds; from New Orl eans, do 6 s, single thick, oz, 40 @ 45; bright 7-(' s, 40@5o. l,(.innicutt, 3 do, w. 0. Smith & Co. so do J D Kei lly, pnees appear firmer, m some !?stances md1catmg a pern o ne ; from Virgin i a, r,8z6; tot al, 5,383 hhds. Receipts B l ack Work, in bond. 'fens, (short) Jr., 4 6 do; Jarvis & Co. 6 do; S. s. Edm o nston & ceptible advance. o f tobacco at N e w Orleans fro m Jaquary 1 to March 14 @I8; do (long) cadd1es 17@20; dark sweet 7-('s 'Brother, 7 d o ; P o llard, P ett us & Co., 6 do; David Dows Messrs. '?allace. & Co: rep?rt 25, 1876 5.451 hhds; same tim e r 8 75, 57S hhds; same good, 18 @22; do 7-('s medium, 14@I6; do pocket & C o ., 1 0 do; Kremelberg & C o 7 d n ; Goo d win & Co., I duung March (mcludmg VIrgJnl a ) time 1874, hhds. on hand at New Orpieces, 17@ 2o; negro head twis t, tierces, 22@ 33; d o 7 do ; E. R o senwald & B r o t h er, 2o2 pkgs; Kerb s & 8,562 hhds; exports, 4,195; 11ales; s,ooo; and the stock l eans, i n wareh ouseS. and on s h ipboard not cleared, kegs, 22@28; 4's, and s s, s ingle thick d o S p ie ss, 114 do; C H. Spitzner 2o do ; Bu nzl & Dorin warehouse increased 1,951 hhds Several j ots M a rek 25, 1 8 76, 5 ,847 hhds. Last year, 4 203 hhds. f's, d ouble th1ck, 7 oz. r8 @23; do s 's, dou ble th1ck, 4 mitzer ) 37 do; Ord e r z4"' hh ds, 55 pkgs. of old and ntw crop, were taken for France, :Spam and Messrs M. Rader & Son, Tobacco Broker s obs e rve and 5 oz, r8@23; do ;.6''s, 16@2o; do 3' s sin g le th i ck, Bv THE HuDSON RIVER RAI LROAD-Sawy er Wallace Italy dur-1ng the past week, which swelled the sales be in their circul ar:-The demand for Kentucky tobacco r8 @u; do 3's, double thick, 8 to 10 oz, 18@22 ; do & Co r8 hhds; F. C. L ind e & Co 9 pkgs; Thos Hoyt yo. nd the for the month, without af!ecting has been fairly active thro ughout the month passed. pounds, I6@ 22. & Co rs do; J L. Gas se rt & Brother, 10 do; H. W e lsh, Purchasers demand concession s f rom my quo t ations in many instances, but hol d ers a r e generally firm at these figures. I quote, viz : M an ufactu r e d TobaccoBright work, all styles, cho i ce, 56@6o; med ium, 5o@ 53; common, 45@48; fancy styles, including twist etc., 57@75; standard black, all styl es, very fine 50@52 [Conti n u ed on Sroenth .Page.] B.eJDovals. NEW YoRK. CITYJ. A Hartcorn, C igar Manufac t urer from 86 M a iden Lane to 21 Bowery. R. Zellenka, Manufacturer of Tobacco Bags', from 263 East Fourth Street to 202 East Seventy -fifth Street. Changes in Busines!!t, N E w YORK C1Tv.-Thos. Hoyt & Co., Toba c c o Manl\ fac turers, dtssolved Gomez & Arguimhau Importers of L i cor ice, e tc., d issolved ; M ess r s. D V. A rguimb a u Wm M. Wallis, and R afae l M Gom ez, of M ala g a Spaia, )lave for med a co p a rtnership un d er sty le o f A rguunb a u Wallis & Co. CINCINNATI, 0.-Henry Besud e n & Brother, Dealers in Leaf Toba cco d iosol v ed; Mr. H e nry Be suden will c o ntinue under h,is own name. Advertisements. 1bese remrun too low _for Western sh trpers, Receipts of new crop had b e en s o mewhat retarded by Sm{lking-The!e is no change to note in this sf.J/.ple. 90 do; O rder 41 d o. and too high. for many buyer11 for the open markets, who the unfavorable weather in th e West for prizing and The demand contmues steady, t UIOderate for general T H E NATIONAL LI NE-Polla rd Pet tus & Co., Io 8 w. J.llOODLESS. ha9 e latterly .done but little. The hom7 trade also has bringmg the g oods to market, but as recent samplin g s assortments.! hhds; A C. L & 0. Meyer, 41 do; Thns. Hoyt & Co., C. .i.. TAYLOJl. Late of remamed qui et. We alter quQjatiO!'ls to apply t<;J showed at least beeler ord r, although the qualit y still C1ga,.r.-There bas been Ill average demand for 24 d o ; R L Maitland & Co. 2 5 do; J H Mo o re & Co CJop. We hear of httle dotfe thts leaves a e:ood deal to object to, the s ales show a very ci g ars, embracing : all p ade nd var' ties. 1.8 d o ; Burbank & Nash, 2 6 do ; G ar ru : t & Grinter, ro lot week 2d week. 3d weelr.. f \ h week. 61h weelr.. Tot a 81 fair averaO'e for this early time of the season l;>eing G{l/d opened at 1 uya and closed at the same rate. d o, Bl a kem o re, Mayo & Co., 14 do J a r v is & Co., 69 January .. 1,o68 720 792 347 3 40 ld, F'ebr'tftry 2!16 6 5 662 345 2 soo s,ooo hhds, of wh1ch nearly 2,o oo hhds we_re o crop, Foreign E xclzangt-Messrs. M. & S StP.r:Qberger, do; J. s. Gans & Son, 24 cases; O rder, 37 hads. M h 6 4 g47 476 5 000 the gteater part for ex p !)rts, ch iefly for Regie, the coast Bankers, report as follows:-;N othing new has Bv THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD-A. T eller 255 r:: circular of the above firm' ob of Africa and of E urope, while the home trade in the foreign exchange busmess exl:ept tlie expec tation cases; s Rossin, 44 do; E. Ehrmann, 76 do; L. Hirsch A L f T b Rece'tpts 1n March bought but sparmgly Pnces are unsettled, and those of a further decline m the d i se'ount rate of the Bank horn & Co., 6 1 do; E Hoffman & Son, 10 5 do; N. S!Jrves:mencan ea o acco-, 1 L "' k d d f E 1 d h' h h' had fi h c r!?-6 (including 1 ,958 Virginia), 8 562 hhds; 1s7,r;, m .. mar ets are ere m o ng .an w 1c t 1s t1me Its m uence upon 1 e Lachenbruch & Brother, 40 do; E Spingarn & o., 21 2 ,130 hhds ; 1874 7 931 hhds. Since rst January, 1 3 7 6 keepmg wtth _the t1mei .and he._Jelauve quality of the long sight rate, increas i ng it to Gold has been do; E Rosenwald & Brotner, 9 do; W. M. Price & Co., v ) hhd 8 crop f deoired. Addreaa, .K.. K., ,. ToaAcc o L .u Otlce; OrluformaUon c:aa be obtained pe..-ally at tbe aboye office. hhd&; 1875 5 750 hhds; 1 874, 7 900 hbds. Including c:ons1dered as have now been estab 6d; per sail, 3os.; Glasgow, per steam.sos; Bris10l, per Bv THE N'Ew YORK AND HARTFORD STEAMBOAT N Orl ans the are 12 8 45 hhds this year againsr by tran5a;Ctions our. market. and !lot a sursteam, Aos; Havre, s1eam .ps. 6d; Bremen, per LINE-L. Gershel & Brother, 6 3 cases; H. Schubart & s.:;3 and 13:135 in 1874 pnse _manifested seemg steam, 42S. 6d; per salls, 37 6d ; Hamburg, per steam, Co., rs8 do; A. L. & c. L. HG>lt, 69 do; Fox, Dills & During the first three weeks O ur market jogged along, th an anticipated however, 1t IS safe to assume, 4zs. 6d. Co., 12 do; M. H. Levin, 5 do; N. Lachenbruch & DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. l n a qu'let unl nteresting manner, but within a few days will not be the rulmg gu1de for the future, when. the bulk :I'.&BTIGvz..&ll .OTIGB. Brother, 104 do ; Strait on & Storrri, 5 do; Frisch en, The utottn b etween HENR v IJESUD E N and FRE D 'K. f th c h th markets and finds ItS reason R & s h 1 d E R ld & B h 8 d BESUDEN, oadea the firm Dame o f H ENRY !BESU DEN &--BROTHER, Regie buyers have taken some sizeable lots, both of old 0 e rop appr?ac es e Gro,..en of oeed leat tobacco arc rinat <-c punc oess c u z 1 7 ; osenwa rot er, o; bas thlo day by limitation. Henry Besudea wtll settl e all the ,... and new crops, which has increased our sales to an un for the moment m of the Western reported oaleo aanterat on capiml inveotcd. Growen except the Afncan trade, which seems tG> be peculiarly at s o ten en ances t e ':a ues cons! era y over cannot expect even m th. of Dew cropo, to ell t hem for the ume Mayo & Co. 26 do; John Devenny 2 do; S. E. Thomp CINCINNATI, March 3 ,8,6. lsSo- t J lively this year. We d!ViG e the month's sales as foltheir ml!InSIC The condttlon of new has pricca u arc o!>t>ined on a Je-salc here: Of,c?unc every re-oale must be s o n 40 do; J D. ,Keilly, Jr., 2 d o, I2 trcs; P. Lorillard lows:-Expor!, 4 ,100 hbds; manufacturer5 4s7 a good greatlhyh1mprobved mfa. the lasdt dmalonthf. for tthte t on alc by the growcn will & Co., 6 do, ro do; Vv. E Duncan & Co 5 do, DISSOLUTION. part for Virginia use; cutter$, 222; and jobbers, 191 ; and mont aye ee? Ir, e o Sa!fie emg sen o alwayo bciOmcwbat lowe' man out quotations. I9 do; ,V. 0. Smith & Co. 99 hhds, 54 trcs, 27 N E W YORK, A J ril '876. since 1St ot Januarx:-r876, to manufactur-ers, ,784 alta latder QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE PRICES. qtr trcs mfd, 2o eighth trcsbdo, 3D5 ckasllesTdof; P&IonCeer lation, none. 187 s, to manufacturers, 973 hhds ; cutters, ported of the V J rgmia leaf Both bnght Common to good luge. s X @ 7it l!.unntnf L o u ............ s x tSlo 55 q t r trcs mfd, 45 cases do, 2 qtr do o liquidation. Tho e m d .bted t o u s are r equeted to r emit a t onc e to our hhds; cutters, 669; jobbers, s88; export, 7.77 5; speCU trpma ea -. sa P.S an lair are reW---L!ght leal. etA., .,_Crop 1873 Tobac-::o Co., 10 trcs, I OX ; Ar e u ts o., co Is thiS day dl .. olved by mutual con.ent. Eithe r party wilt oign in bb 59. export 3 545. spe culation 257 dark wrappers are, as before m better demand than eo .. C. G. Francklyn, g trcs, 56 three qtr bxs Jllfd; E. Du addrea 404 Pearl Sl.foet. THOMAS HOYT, 179 JO ers, ' I h h 11 f ....., f rd d 8 d 8 t c 1 rers 9 9 hhds cutters ,,..1 J'o bsupp y, t oug rece1pts genera Y are tmprovt{lg m 'GoOd ;; ...... .. u ,.,11f' .. .,.n-crop t7,s. Bois, zo hal trcs m., 95 qtr trcs o rr cases o, so CHARLES G. HOYT. I 74, o manu.ac u :>t' J J'!De ..... :.............. 13 s Runaor L ots ......... .. 6 ;.'@ 7x M & J b I bers, s7s; export, 3,6o4; speculation, none. . vwrn: aLa f -kP.gs do, 22 qtr bxs do; art1o ohnson, 2 a es We note no cha.nge in the value of old tobacco, which S u d Leaf-_ The m thts department of the h e a v rlt:! 'i ;,;,::::: -c3:4 -a.. smkg, I68 cases do 26 do mfd, 25 three qtr bxs do; H. however, seems more in favor than of late. As usual has agam been h&ht, the sales n<;t d o m e d .tosood 1418 do nn e uo oo@ ,5 A. Richey, 27 cases mfd 5 (bird bxs do 1 qtr box do at tlus date we alter our quotations to apply t o the new mg the of the previous week, r,o7o, Bn:ht u @l6 v!::'t !:,':_"'.... q6 c addies lio; Dohan, Carroll & Co. 20 ca s es smkg, crop, aad deem a few remarks appropriate. The prices ?<'o cases. -The compares with the same penM l'illo r s ....... ,. .. ........ 1!016 d o II Cut !15 34 do mfd, 35 half bxs do 20 tlmd bxs d o ; Bulkley may appear low compared with those of old crop, but In I87 5 as follows .-I876, sales 4.347 cases, of for 8 @l6 l Bond Tu cto. Moore & Co., ro cases mfd, 5 tlurd bxs do, 4 caddtes they are not really S o. We "class, the new in referexport, 1,373; I87S sales, 4 676 <:ases, of whtc. h for 15 : l'b...U.-I!JUo BT. do; C. E. Lee, 20 cases smkg, r do mfd, 7 half bxs do; 8 6 As dd 1 Medium to .... 25 5 Extr-llue .. .. 41 @ 50 k d 'd d ebce. to what we judge to be tthe quality of that crop, export r, 5 cases.. we go to press, two a ltlona s (f!l7 j Floe ........... ........ ll6 fiiw Wise & Bendhetm, 28 cases sm o m 5 o Cl but a gflod new is no better tban a medium old, and a lots of Pennsylvama are report e d, one o f I78 cases, and llrownaudOreenll .. 7 lii?X: Good ................... 28 @30 garettes; Jas. M. Gardiner & Co., 32 cases mfd, 30 half th f 28 to a rna facturer M edium &old fine Hcl. 8 ,,o I Med am..... ....... .... 26 @26 b d A H C k d a tt fw: Ch;s. E. & Bro.; Brokers, .3 =ea J @ .: i : J & 52 Clarksvl .lle, Green River, and Ohio :River tobacco. The Water Street, as follows Seed Leaf. JCarvk&na-F't'd"' com I Qvc>rl : 28 rmao M Lind"eim, 4 cases smkg; L Miller, 5 do; J W. Gar-Th k as d th t any tht g s ec lly note o th ...... 4s : IIHium ................. 23 fifil6 11 d A & L W d R. L M I d & C hbds which might' be termed rick or 1/.eavy can be e P se Wl ou n P Ia w r Y ...... 6 common ................ 18 @ 20 ro Io o; e1ss, 2 o; alt an o., counted on your fingers, and these bring exceptional occurnng. :hedemandforallkmdsol .fedtu:O ... ........... 8 @ 9 IN ...,.P.aw.u.-Fm e ...... 20 cases mfd; J. D. Evans & Co., half bxs mfd; prices-say 14c and rsc for medium and good. Some moderate. . G ood t o fine red......... 9 @ u N<>"'f Hol/ .l'WtldJ Wm. Demuth & Co., 25 bxs pipes; Order, u hhds. Kentucky River colory lugs, likewise, have been taken For export, almost at a standsttll, ... :::: G BY' THE Nxw YoRK AND BALTIMORE TRANSPOJJ.TA at S L ... L 1 they alao are scarce, and the price fancy. from abroad conunumg and of suit-God lugs to a e o acco lOT a purpose emg very lmi e ere. baeeo uhalok -aBlllbl 1'wll& tVat Ulllcb !II !ijp(O cases sm g; eiss, t:r aeppe' 3 o; Ise, med Ium l,eaf, and t:he trade medium tn good, lucludmg roo cases sundries, the to.tal sales oi the week er ._ IIIICI .,. SiDcb ao 4 do. 11 .. Coot b b h r + l c-"''"*'-"lop .... 1 -.. II a: _., ......... 1115 .... s d & c Wl'th a rew fine long hhds of good bOdy for the.-. Ill-' to a oqt r,o7o cases, w 1c .or expor, on y F t uen ................. 9 aucx. Co.t.STWISIE FROM KEY WESTe1 en rg o. so b t Seeoada ................ @rs Na"'fl'l>...r.-tl'lne ....... 25 @28 F .> d B & C "' F M Tbere are in stock several hundred hhds old and a ou 100 : <;ommo o Wrappero .... o @s Medium ... .......... 1 8 /9 ili cases cigars; reu k e ary o., 35 ao; anero, JI&W 11115, could bouJb.t at but they _Cbnttectuut met w_tth moderate mqutry unchange d Good Wrappee' ....... J.5 @45 N!!I'J J1i1V p.,..,.._, 5 do; Seidenberg & Co., 10 bales V. Martinez are unsound, either from frost or soft condition. pnces, the sales bemg about equally dtvlded between ... = 'Ybo; & Co., 3 du; R. Garcia, 3 do tobacco. Monthlw Statement of the Stock at Inspections-Stock that or the crops of 1873 and 11174' In all about 400 .: ... IOQOI\._ ..... : ........ :Ill -CoA sTWISE FERlfA.lfDINA-J. H Bergmann, II band 'March 1 1 8 7 6, 20 ,530 hhds; received since, r.ases cban:ed hands at'8@roc for 1874 u@rsc rut.n .................. 7 &.: ., .. 1; pgS. z hbOs; total, 25,472 hhds; delivered since, 2,991-fOr do wrappe s, .and I4.@2SC for fine-runmng lots of .: aij .. :: til CoAJl' WISE FRQJC Wu.lnNGroN-Jos. H. Thompson ttcR:k oo band Aprn t1!76, 2:i';48I hhda. r873 wrappers, all of which home trade. ';", ,. sx .... ::::.::::: t6 tiiOO & Co., 19 P&S. I .. in LivetpOQI, 1876, as,s,r4 hbds; us.mess was very hght sales ,;::: ..... .... -ts .Jp,ii-1.-Messrs. Ed. Wischmeyer 1875, 32,027 hhds; 1874, :a6,819 hhds; do London. r,ot 1 ch111Y 1874 cropb att Fm!.. .................. s (G)o :: & Co., Tobacco Commission Merchan!s, report :-Re-Marcb I, 1876, 13,u6 hhds IlS. 75, 17.,ro4 hlids.; r8r4, ofr ots,kan _.9o,::, roc or wrappers, a ou oneLcot .......... @r8 Ozanw.t.d l!llloki"' .. ceipts of Lear T{lbacco cont i nue fair, but the n{arket ex 14 "'6o hhds ..._ in Bremen. Marcb 1, 1876, 68o nhds i 0 w lC waa ta en or 30 Meo Good ID &ae ............ &<@l.20 1 :a,323 hhds; 1874, 5,336 hhds; do in Newhb(d)ra -a e w r mor r e ai /l._..;.d:::::.:::.::.::::. a ."""" .. oo are in fair request, the demand being principally for eans. March I876 s.847 hhds r875 4,213 s. Se!ectlono ................ "" @so anaa ....... ......... ......... po Bremea ana J-Iolland, and most of the receipts find ,., /: )d t th t t f 5 es 1) N-Y .. .6 Stt-Crop 1873 Seo4 ad Hl'naa .. ... .. ... 90 1874. 3.3:15 hbds; do in Baltimore, March 25, 1876, .ren:rsy was so 0 e ex en 2 7 cas a Futen ........... ........ 1 Scrap ln.- s 45 buyers on iLrrival at satisfactery pdces, but the low u.ss8; r875, 141181 hhds > r874, 11,951 hhds; do wltbh the e;cephtl_onh off 4 6 ca@ses. 1th8 731 wttas .......... .;, i;! gradb are dull and neglected, wllh prices favoring in New York, April r, 1876, :az,481 hhds; 1875 4o,66r; 1 74 crop to acco, .or w lC rom 1 3 lSC .or e a 1 oillr,s's buyers. Of Ollio we have only tp note sale of 24 hhds. .-.. t-4, y,-s hbcis 8o,2o6 hhds; to1 _6 bc fotr.r Lh.e formf paid. all 1 f 8 a er .... L .. t ............ Z Jtappee Frftlch ....... 1 oo taken by home manufacturers within the range annexed. ,..,...., Vf '>''Y --...., t 0 ... oan ng 0 a ........... lloolch 86""86 I a. "'lo,sc9 bbds 1874, .. b s The English e 0 ennga 0 10 were sm mos Y c;rJop 1 73 sotoct>ono ............... s a... ,_ In Kenwekv and Vinnia we hear of no translictions. We & ,. .. ., t 8@ d f 8 t 1'3\SJL 1 w,e,.,,.-cro p san Oom.mOD ........ ow ..., markets are reported dull, but various lots of dry le.af a 9c, an some ew cases 1 74 a. S'!!i l',.c, a so a Ranot.., Lota ....... .. 8 @ro .&.mertcaoOeallw" .. -1111 ss renew last quotalions :-Maryland-Frosted, $4.00@ have been promptly placed at more thau we could get small lot or 1875 at 4c, were taken, m all about I4S w...._ .................. @as .. tDdiscouot to the Wlwl 4.5o; .do &ound common s oo@5 so; do good, 6.oo@6.so; remained neglected The total sales ror i'.Q.S ................ a tbert too we have had .. tis (Dry sales of the montb foot up to about 4 6oo cases, of which for .::: :::::. "G. o." do ground leaves, new, 3-00@Io.oo Ohio-Inferior to lugs, for which, here, we (aj)ed Lo 'e an o!fer. ThlJ. ts expTohrt tn1 0th.l cr L of Messrs J S Gans Son & 7 @7X .. "'7 good common, 5.oo@7.oo; do greenish and brown, 7.00 t t"'-h' eets to tt..t .rpadiet but their wants e on Y 1 cutar r-.&ox .. aand .. 2 @7.so; do medium to fine red, 8 oo@1o oo; do coma trac "'5 '5 lplll Co. remarks of Seed leaf: Transacdons ia this sort l!.oantn Loto .. > ............. ".l. c r.ca" ......... ... .. 30 1 d fi g1 d seem large at modera1e r h d' d f, Filtero ..... 1.... ...... s!l 6 Z. A :130 lila............ 19 mon to mei:llum spang e 7.oo@9.oo; do ne span e The Western markets have advanced under already very lmlted 10 t e prece mg an or ,., ...,zv 'MF. ................. 1 to yellow, ro. oo@15.oo. Kentucky-Common1o aood JOedliCt!ti oauwci-by tlllleasoaable wintry wea-causes mentioned in our last iS$Ue, have yet $:a 21 lug-;, 6 .so. so; do Clarksville, 7 @9.00j do Cllmmon ther, and a good home and export demand. It is wormore restricted. Sale s-Crops of 187!J, 1871 and 8 7 2 p .. ,.,. .. '" rt duty a. maQulacturcd ouacca oc. per lb: 1 ... .-ar s tetnme :asr:. Stems, tC per pound ; Scr a p ... 30 per cent aJ In achh\1 .... 1 lo thil duty, the Revt:OUt!: t u : k wd nf tub ern .. 1(1 O U 1l '.rJ must be p aid. Tbr t ol>at'CO o&ccor,nu..; h l e rerr .... iouagoveruioc tobacco made I'OBBI&X DlJ'.I"'D Oft TOBA..cce, t Aoolrla. Italy aacl Spala, the tolbacco co-.rc. II moaopoli&e6 11 .. -an4er ciiNctiH of a Ileal la the duty on .Amlo 4 tllalen per -lbo. In Betrtam thelmpoat fa nekone4 after cledactinru ce'llt. for ta... n. d,.t, II lJ &anco, 00 ceaUmoa (Sf-40 rold) pel' too JQioJtr&!ll-tao AD\odcan II& eqaal 4.1){ lt1loo.) BollaDcl tile 4atyal8 ...... JIO!d,l*' .-.llila. ..... bela g equal to 117 'lr.iloo.) In Jla11la tire duty OD 14oaftobaccolo 4-roubleu !topeka per pud I on omok!Df tobacco roll ...,.,.p. per pod, aod oalbclpt! 1 ro8 .a cop. per pad. Tb4i "pud ta equal to about '' a. Tarltey the clnty Ia 50 centa, rold, per u)j' Aaerlcu.,..acn. killed by frost, beds resown, etc. etc.; but, Temembenng do; Wisconsin, zz do ; total sales, 4.347 cases, of which. A. L. & c .. L. J{o tu do; ] J7 do; for LIVP.rpool, IJS hhds Md. tobacco. the strictures ol an Irascible London broker, we forfor export, 1,373 do. Export of Seed leaf smce JanuStrohn & Rcitzenstom, 36 do; Rubtra & Co 3_66 do; ADVJ:.&.'.fiSIJJG RATES. bear. Exports of Tobacco fJom New York from March ary r, 9,283 cases. Same time last year, 3,932 do. New Sanchez, Haya & Co., 232 do; Vega & Be1nhe1m, 148 Tobacc{l Statemmt. PB.OII TBJI DA!I'III oua B.A.'I.'JIIII JI'OB. nt to Jtat, inclusive.-Great Britain, 9!'o hbds; France, Crop-In Pennsylvajlla the .,yhole of the y i eld, except-do; F. & Co., u6 do i .M & E. Salomon, II3 Stock on hand in State tobacco ware:rN A "LX.. CASEi!J WILL J:NV.ABXABLY BE A.a 574 do. North of Europe, r,oso do ; do Stems, 43s do; ing about s,ooo has been purchased. From the do; R. Gar. cta, 29 do; M. 68 do; H. R. ]houses ;nd6 on shipboard not cleared 86 lihd POLLOW:;JIE iQUARE (4 NONPARJUL LINES) South 9 I 6 do; West South America New England States we Jearn of continued sales, and Kelly & Co., 12 cases cigars; G. W. Faber, 13 do; F. an r, r 7 ........ --.. ... -----u,3 s OVJilB. Ol!flll coLu.-., Ol!fE YEAR 3 s.oo. and Mexico, 185 do; Other foreign ports, 3 2 do; total, on a moderate scale, of desirable parcels, while medtum Garcia, 4 'do; 's. Linington & Sons, 3 do; M. & E. I 1 nspectedd thts ... h ..... _____ ---- 4 195 hbds: Average Exports from New Y<;rk. and New and inferior qualities rem am neglected. In New York Salomon, 19 do; Purdy & Nicholas, S do; F. Probst & prev1ou F y t I s year -...... 53 s OVER TWO OOLUIIN&, ol!llil VEAR a11.oo. Ol'ieans for tbe'put five years:-Great Butam, 2 3, 7 68 the desirable portions of the" Big Flat" district have Co., I do; W. H. Thlilmas & Brother, 28 do ; Acker, --, hhda France 9 402 do ; and Samburg, r8,J4I been secured. Florida-The receipts have been 124 Mehall & Cond1t, do ; Howard lves, 9 Order, TotaL-------.---------------20,523 hhds "rWO SQUARES (oS NONPAREIL LINES), 1 do; Antwerp Holland, 3 959 do; Spain alld Portucases, with sales of 27 cases at 551 bales; G B. Lichtenbe r g & Co DetrOit, 6 bales Exports of Md. and Ohio since OVER TWO COLUMNS, ONE YEAR.. 11111,0o. M d 6 I 1 d A S '-A L 1 t H t b lea Jan. I---------.. .. --ohbds DO. DO. SIX MONTHS -, &S.OOJ gal, 10 ,875 rio; e 1terranean, 2,91 ; ta y ao usranu,.ransac 1ons m avana o acc;o were S d d hhd DO. DO. TRRE& IIO.N'THS--as.oo uia, 15,117 do; Sundry exwrts, a,z26. do; total, about equal in pomt of magRitude to the usual weekly EXPORTS. hippe coastwise same peno 1 0 s. I'OlJB. IQ'D'ABBIJ (s6 NONPAREIL. LINES!, hhd&. 1s7 6, BntalD, 28,ooc> hhds; averages, those for the month, however, showing From the port of New York t..o foreign ports. or the ovER TWO COLUMNS, o!flll YEAR. -ISllo.oo. France 14ooo do; Bremen and Hamburg, 17, ooo do ; cline in volume. week ending April4, were as follows:Total.------- '---6,88o hhds. gg; gg: Holland, 6,ooo do; Spain and Portu,al, Mesm. F1scher & Bro. report:-In Havana a mode AFRICA-46 hhds, 5 hales. J'IRST PAGE :RATES d I 1 d A b d 1 1 d b 1 ld BRE:M&N-66 hhds, 514 cases, 35 bales. Stock in warehouses this day and on shipOllrE sot'A.RE, OVER TWO wm:& COLUIIlll, 12,ooodo; Mediterranean, a,ooo o; tay an usrate usmesfiwas one,saes,mcu mg 200 aesso hd board not cleared 13643 hhds QNillYBAR ll&lhoo. tna, 22, ooo do; Sundry exports, s ,ooo; total ro4,o _oo; at auct i on, whic'h brougkt from cents per .BRISTOL-ro h s ------------ TWO IIQUAB.E&, OVER TWO wmB COLUMNS ll,;. N 0 I d h b 6 b 1 B R ITISH NoRTH AMER ICAN CoLONIES-6o three-qt r M anufacturtd To b acco--Busmess is without any rna oi'Oil TE.uc,- 30o .oo. for New ew reans consumption, poun ,reac IDJta out oo a esatcurrentpnces. 1 t 1 S k 1 ht ll h THRJIIBSI&UAREI,OVBRTWOWUECOLUJ11118, S 000 t c tal 119 ,ooo hhds; against stuck in New York Manufactuud-The marke t for Cavendis h still conbx ('7,519 lbs ) mfd. ena tmp r ovement. to e s aJe tg as we as t e OIIE YEAR, -------.t,&o oe J hhd t 1 F d d h h b BRITI S H WrsT hhds, 96 pgs (12 412 lb s ) demand, a n d pri ces nominally unchanged. Received ..rso:.&.DVJIIB.T:UEMBNTII 011 'I'IIU PAGE TAJULII and New; Orleans, ut anuary, 24,000 s; estlma ea tmues qu1e o r pa1 goo s t ere as een, ap B 1 & Oh' R 1 d { D .11 8 b FOR LEII THA:W ONE YEAR, PAYABLE FULLY DJ ADa. receip t s fro m West, 13o,ooo do; estimated t!ueipts from parentl,y very lit t le inquiry from any qu&.tter. Southern mfd per a umo re 10 a! roa rom a nvl e, 5 1 xs VANCE. NO DBVIATION FROM THBI& T&RIIUI. d I 6 hhd t' I 1 h h h ld b 1 t CHRISTIANA-8 hhds. 46 kgs, 237 ca d dies, 57 cases; and from Lynchburg, THIRD PAGE RATES Vug1 ma, 1 o ooo o; tota, 1 4 ooo s. oruers art par 1cu ar y scarc e, w t c s ou e pen y 1Ne have mcreasedour. estimate of the wants of Europe at th1s season. We h av e he a rd of sales of r I inch G LASGOW-14 hhds, 138 cases Per, stea mers, pkgs i and per TRB.EE _( _uN;Sl IS per cent., on account of true light wetght of hhds th1s b y manufa c t urers for cash, at very j low prices, .far below liAMBURG-47 cases. or 0 steamers, 3 P gs. x JIIOIITHI, o.oo._ t d f t h h d ld b d r F t th H Y'fl-1 bhd, I 58 bales. I CHICAGO, A"rzl r.-Mr. Henry H. Adams,Tobacco 0-11 -TR.: T.,.R5.;!'!. year. The Western stemmmg 11s estm.a e rom 14,ooo o w at t e goo s cou e ma e .or. or expor ere r-. ,_..__ ..... -... ._ 18 000 hhds; we fancy it will be nearer the latter figq re has been a little improvement oin the demand, and we LISBON-27 I hbdl'. and Cigar Manufacturers' Agent, reports :-The week PAGE ao cENTI!l PER LIN FOR EACH ll'ISERTIOII, hhds ( Jb ) 1 d h )' h ) d d d fi Jl 1 11A.m A.LO!flllll'l "BUIDIESII DIR&CTOitY OW' I France has advertised Cor adjudication on 2d prox., a think, pric es on black goods are likely to be a trifle LIVERPOOL-ISS 15 cases, 2 9 0 PiS 47,179 s c ose w1t as 1g t y 10crease eman or a c a_sses AJ)V&ItTI&ERS," ti'IRI'I' PA.GE, ONE l'BAllfi:. ll.ae. contract for about 3,ooo hhds Ohio, S,ooGl M .. ryland, ,higher. mfd. I of goods. Th re IS no quotable change m pncea. -'W .t.rd (

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' M. J. DOHAN. THOS. CARROLL noDAl( CARROLL & ,TOBACCO ... A., .. :. .... Golnrc.ission :M:etChaJl. ts, 104 FRONT STilEE .T, 0 THE 1'0BACCO LEJ\F.' W !t.K.I!:. .I .Ii ,! .. .').I_ f 0. 0 ... \(: WM:. ) W ,leKt:: tc1 r:co.,., .-:. ,.. 1 [ + t-I I,. .. l i.l '-\ I" .,. oF \ r 1 \ ci:GAR_:BOZES l :> I ,, -. r -< 155,)57; l59 &. 16. 1 Goerck; St, .;; AGEN'l;'s Eon THE''sALE oF ALL THE N .EW YOR K; r 11f -JAE .W SIPDIIJ 1!11 BRAIDS, & CAROLINA Dealers b: and German. MANlJI' ACTUJlBD & SMOKING TOBACCOS -EN}'RY & co., Richmond, v.. w. DUKE, Durham, N.'c. a. Pte, J. YARBROUGH i SOlS, ,.. ni'UPORTE. R_S ........ OF-..... H .... AV._A .. NA LEA-Fv Rlr Street, aad 182 to 184 Pearl Street. Water, 1.73 FroatJ. 74, 76 o11> 78 Greewleh Streetll, alld 1, 7' & 8 H-.daon River Rail Road Depot, l!tt. Jobata Park. ,GHAfiLI:.S 1-INKI:., J. Me J. BENSE-l & !OBACOO INSPECTOR, TOBACCO INSPECTION, t 155 WATER STREET, 127 & 129 WATER STREET ::N'e"'llV' T'drk.. 9'CJOmiTllY SAliiPLil'IG PROliiPTiiYA.T-OER'I'IFICATIIIIII!'II'IJ1II:D AND _CASES D .. TBNDED TO. LIVERED SllliGL T OR lN LOTS. ESTABLIS!iED IN 1862.! F. & A. McALEER & CO., G. B.EUSENS FRANCIS S. KINNEY'S X caddla Mayo&:KDigiJt,Navy,Xs, J!'s, '(s, P P 's, & lOili 100.. Luocious Weed 11 mch J?lUjl SJrOEili'O, ia bap of n, }is. aad Xs Ibs. -PATENT IMPROVED TOBACCO OUTTBRi opt pAWN. Choice. Old Ku tuCk, I be. Caoyquo. Sur. This improved Machine for Cutting Tobacco is coost:ructed with a sinde kni(e working-opoil inclined bearings, i'Od operating with a cut upon the tobacco, which is placed in a DOa: with aides at right angles an d bottom parallel with said..knife. Thh!i machine will cut any kind of 1obacco and cut it Perfectly. Plug, Twhd, in Carmth, and any bard prepared tobaceos can be cut in their bard state, without any casl._g, cr any otper moh; tenlnc to soften thP.m. It makes no can be run by band or steam power, requires no skill)o operate it; ita construction is of the' most substantial kind. slow tn wear and difficult tl) di!!lorder. l'kiCE OF MAC!ilNE COMPLETE, with Presotbox .. o inches), 1210 pet cash. Offioe-141 West :BzooaCl:way, B'. T. N. B.-The attention of manufacturen of CiJrarette and Turkish, and all Fancy Tobaccos, Stratrht Cuts, Bright Leaf, etc., etc., is particularly called to this Machlne. Reward of Industry, lba. OUver 's Choice. V icginia BeHe. Pride oflhe Natioo.J lbs. Nugget. Pioneer. Featherstone's C.ack Shot, lbe. ll.eward ofindpllq ia,tho c .. AC co, proDlptly att.eae. to. 1 TOBACCO of SPANISH ODd Deale .. In all klaclo o1 LEAF TOBACCO, 194 Front Street, .. l.4S Water E;Stzoea,, MOAD STREET, .. DW TOIUL ALb.XANDER MAH'Ln.ND. L. f'. S. MACLEHOSE. lt.OIIEllT L. L. MAITL_ 4lfD 4 TOBACCO An. FACTORS, .. GENERAL MERCHANTS, 48 (a.&D B'l' l!f.'2. Ad "a"ce ments made .oo con.,;:nments toW. A. & G. MAXWE..LI, & t;:v., Lrvekvo To bacco, and are pronounced by competent judges equal to those imported from Havana, while our prices compete with the better class of Domestic Cigars. SMOKING TOBACCOS. The Smoking Tobaccos manufactured by this .::oinpany are perfectly pure, possessio& a DEI''I'R AND OF I'LAVOB while they contain LESS NICOTINE than tobacco cured by any other known process. JIDQAB. liB.ICHIB; Ageat, Office and Sa-lesroom, No. 207 Front' Street, San francisco, Cal., And Branch Water St., New York. ------------------' W. TATGERBORBT. IDI'tlCEY ana vmGIMA M. SALOMON, -ro:s.A.cco LeafTobacco, m. a E. sALomom, E SALOMON. AND ...,.o 52 B"'OAD C!""''l:l'l:'m PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, IDI:IUJ. .., NE; .. AND lMPORTERS OF 88 BROAD sTREET. ----------, .Havana Tobacco and "' 85 MAIDEN Ll\NEa. N. Y. NEW YOit&. PRESCOTT BURBANK:' GEO. P. NASH. LEAF TOBACCO, AND. moo UIIISSIRI U9',MA-IDEN LANE, 1 178 PWL STIDT, .. lrEW YOBIIt IIJIWTOBE New York. G. ESTABLX8IIED 1822. VEGA, MARTINEZ & BROS, Wlloleoale Dealft'iD BA VANATTOBAcco Sm LW m luo1 TOUDs, Secured l'-1 '-etten Patent, Deeember o6, AD AWD ; ..... -.. o-t s..__.ot. on our copyright will be rlgoro""IY pros 1 ., V -, ocated ( tl' I l NIW timE. and WEYMAN k 79 & Sl Smithfield Street. Pittsburgh, l'., MANUEL RIVERA, lMPOR'TER OF :a: .A. V .A. N A LEAF TOBACCO "' Bra nd "A. C.'V." AND CIGARS, l3rana !'1 XA:m:BlV' J..Al'IB, liEW YORK. 190 PEA.BL STBEET, New York. d. BBISMAlVB, CARCIA, Commissi'on Merchant, IMPORTER OF AND i.uuto "' ALL "''" or' LEAF TOBACCO' AND CIGARS, ALSO QP TH& I<'SOTl .I ( 1 1 '78 2'eazo1 stzo-t, Brands ofCii&rs 'La & HenrvClay. :set. M 'Ced&r. NEW YORK. Sole Ag't for Brand "Prof. Morse." and "8ARATOQA," 18'7 Water St., B'ew York _TACINTO COSTA, I. I & BRO.; No.184 Water Street, New. York, C) IMPORTER. OF .. 0 MAYAN" DOMESTIC Tobacco, Leaf Tobacco. And S(\Ll': AG'EN r for the Brand ol J.A BIA.3'ACIV.&, :M. OPPENIIIIMER & BRO. 97 Maiden Lane, NEW YOR.K. -DEALns m D & co SEED, LEAF AID HAVAil F. TOBACCO, lilY AlA LEAF TOBACCO tlB WATER s;rREET, JlrEWT8BIL AND OF THE BRAND OF CICAR8 "RITICA," Pearl St. lfew York. 0 CBARLIS A. WULFP I LithOf!rapher, Pl'inter,_ and Manu-' factUI"M" or ANTONIO CONZALEZ., YEOA BEINHEHW, IMPORTER OF CISAR AND TOBACCO LAIRS, A. lao Manufacturer of OF 1\avana ltaf lbau.r lA VANA TOBACCO \_-:) 0 0 AND f L. CARVAJAL'S CIGARS, e.A.:D.d e .tfW W "'J?.B-ST. NEJY YOBlL 18" ;'l:!BL STQI'l'. DW YOU. H WtL\cnn. CIOBBI:Z &. .CO., Importers anJ Manufacturers of ( ].], DALT. Wt1LFF & BELLAJIY'S Patent Transparent Crystal Glus and 8ICI1V'8, 111 Ob.a .. :net Btreet. S. CORN & CO., PACKI!RS OF' ::E"AIIJIMA1'1' & 00., .Cotton and Tobacco BURB_AlTit &. NASH, TOB A c -eo A. n. cARnozo, -CAMPBELL LANE t, CO. OAL Y & co., e! MAN:!.CTURERS or Foreign &. Domestic "Woads, GERI!l.A.Jf AJm SCOTCH &:&JED u::EJ.A.F AND IMPoRTERS OF Factors, .AND COMJ.fiSSION MERCHANTS, '70 lc 72 Broad Street, .'r mwL tDOiOJ mM. TOBACCO & &eneral C:ommialion :M:erehant, -.. s BltO.&.D ll'ftUIET. llf. 1'. roa.&cco 110 CIGARS, i&3 MAIDEN LANE, NlCW YORK. AND DILUoBKS SPANISH CIGAR BOX CEDAR SNUFF. PIPES, etc., o:aDIIIE Ar ft4 UQID..stiiR, 1EWAU I S,eaialfJ. !No IN CALDwm.J.: J. Heinrich Goebel Genuine Grossaltrode Pipes, 3.&8 MaUlea J.aae. K. 1r. HAV .lNA TO,BACCO, .. I 87 WaterStreet. Wear Maiclen Lane), NEW YORE.

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,, ) APRIL 5. H E T 0 B A C C 0 L E A F. JACOB HBIKELL, MANlJF ACTUREll M CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIOR MAKE AND Prime Quality of CEDAR WOOD, 293. 2gs & Monroe .NEW YORK lBI &IRIAI AMERIUI BAll, BROADWAY, cor. Cedar st. NEW YORK. Capital, :$1,000,000. j E'{ery facility afforded to -neaten and Correspondents co..Usteot with SouD.d Bankinr. H. BOCHOLL, President. J. SCHMITT & CO. IMPORTERS OF & DEALERS IN 'Leaf To'baceo, I 62 Water St., New York. J. SCH:I!:ITI C. JOST. M. W. MBIDEL & BRO.iJ MANU ACTURERS OF ClG-.A.RS A; H.--SCOVILLE CO., tSVCCESIEORS TO PALJIIER .s.-ScOVILLE,) lKPOB.TlG:S.S OF S:E'.6.Nl:SB .(ND JOBBERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF 'TOB-.A.CCO, .. Ko. lVO WATB:B STBI:BT, KBW '2'0BB. CO,CTIC1JT SEED LEAF WRAP.PER OF. 01JB 'owllf PAC][IllfG. WEISS, ELLER & K!EPPEL, Importers of and Dealers in 220 S'l' ., NJCW TOlUI:. Sheet Metal Cigar MOUlds the .,.,Ty Mould sui table for the of Fine Havana Cigars. Tin to betha tres t preaeTVMtiveof The l:iuacheo produced net require f.uminl(, aa DO For Circulars, ;w;ldresa .J IAPOLEOI. DUBIOL,' Sole P "tentee of the Creaseless }Yooden i and Snee Metal Cigar Moulds, ...,._,. __ ........ ....... ___ :.ss & lSSW. Seoona. St., Cinc\;!:ati, 0. LEYV BROTHERS, AND DEALERS IN ..___ ..,. LEAF TOBACCO, .. IL.L.&.-e:rs >..a. BOWERY, NEW YORK FIN: E}. CIGARS au'I-HRE a. co., 125 & 127 BRlJOME ST. 'NEW YQBK. L 225 rron pe.r .A:nnum. WheJe Subscriptions may be II. 0 evCry description at Lowest P t'ic.es. a t i U lJ a:, u \t11U J(!CilASL .AliNEW YORK JOKN A DB.HLS. J I SIMOJi' SALOMON, J.L.GAssnT. rn H.L.GAssnT 91tJI81D, BmAL & l I i 1 .97 Street. llp.porter ouu1 Dealer h J. L. GASSen T & BRO. L I New York. & Ha, hn, FOIL. 'llAJIVPACTVU .. or SEND t'OR PRlCES. --..;. ----Leaf Tobacco MAN;tJFAcTuRERs oF .; BRR c:tlUM,uuafaeturersparticuiar!yfayoced. CIGARS,' JOHN J CROOKE, Fine S eaa."Jt-8, MA.NO'PACTURBit OW' TIN FelL A!! cArs, I NO. 290 !!9e:!'."'DY. AND SEGARS, AND Dlt:ALU IN ALL KlNDS'I'OF ko. HI .,... INftet. urw:ioalio B. WASSIBKAll LEAf TOBACCO, ST., Dealer in an kinds of No. 4 60 Water St., New York A HAVA.NA AND &. ILlSPRDWICZ a no. lOBACC(L 101 PINE _CI&ARS, 1 58 St., And Dealer in Domestic Schilz, NEW YORK LEAP TPBACCO, .Dll 1lli AND DEALERs IN 1 66 Water Street 147 WA'l'JUA=>B-I\' LEAF TOBACCO,. NEW YORK. 2245 PEARL STli:EfT,: ,,. i LEDBRER A PJSCBJL. : 'NEW vdRic S. BARl\TETT, DEALERS IN A. c L. MEYER, J F.(). J,1EYitR. IMPORTER OF HAVAI4 Seed LeaC A. C. L & 0. MEYER, AND .Jl'ORWAIU>I5G .AJ\'J) HAVANA TO.BACCO, 'etJ, S!"..,"''I' .. ..,_ Y""'"' Address by Pos t P.O. 517< ""' a.lif.iil. 4'4_, n _,..._ Special attt:ntion paid to tbe forward tog of Tobacco to toreign countries. F. BliBIIL a B. KORIIli'S c._igar: : Making Machine. iOtLING mt's_ sa cmcm 1G3 & 16& WI.llUi! S'l'il!'l'a. NIW YOiE:. RIVERA&. GARCIA, :Wanutacta.ren CIGARS,-And Importen of :rt.De R'o. 11 Bewery, IIIEW YOfiiiL F HaehneJ!s Patent. HAY ANA LW TOBACC(U Tbeaboveeutrivooall enctwlewof au NEW and IMPROVED ()IGAR liiAKINO J(A()IUNE, the 71 .... '9' --e, ... ILA""IJM .. ONLY PRACTtCAL ONB IN THE WORLD! ...,..a..i._. .. UU ,., It has now been working for nearly e1,-bteen months in New Orleans with the grea.test success, aod a LICKXS& lt,).NVPA..CTURKRS OP to r the State of L ouisiana has already been sold. \-the NUMEROus ADVANTAGU which we claim for our Machine, we will only mention here the followi1;1g: s O R G L "-=-B. I'm Cig ., <.OurHachinepermitoNpLossaPToaAcco,everyscnpbe!nguseaup. : a 41!!!!!111.-t 2. are,,, HARD BuNCHes, the fi.Uer being rolled into the binder, which is a'n. entirely oew feature. Manufacturer of tile best Brands of ... : 3 All G_igars are of oae SHAPB and Srz&, and every one cao be guaranteecLtbat it will smoke easJ. 11\IE .....-r .,..A.R.S +The Machine worts up the smalle t scraps as easily as titeloqreot filler, therelore notblnr I < thrown away. F .., ... .., J 14'1 ,.._ U8 A'ft'OB.KJ:T STREET .. 5 Its working, being done with the useoftht> foot, a.s the cut shoWs, reqaires no greatstreagth uf th.e.operator' NEW 'U'QRV 6. Our Machine manufactures #\LL stzRS of Cigars, from tbe smallest Operas up to tbe largest sized Imperials. ... lso, Propnetor of the Brand wu. GLACCIUM, -4 .1. A. 7 It Is built entirely oflron, and therefo1e DVRABLR, and not liabfe to glt out ofM'der. "CUb Lib '' J.A.coa SC::Ju:.ossn. 8. Our Machine can reaaily turn out from ,S,CJ01it<.t.o f,ooo per day. Wit6. the use of steam or any other a re Proprietors of tbe celebrated hrand.a "Republic., power, the above number could be doubled. 1 and Hialh and Dry." Other f.syorite awanda ..._. 9 We want .,ut opace for Machine-a loading advantage for factories Tbe Machine io only five feet ._ 281!! 1'!-. -:.,_ St. 't.'P y"' .,_ toon\er long, four feet hlgb, and two feet Wide. 2 T ... fol \il'llltllhv-MIW ----------10. When steam i1 introduced, a pne.horse.pO'IOer en_gine can run with ease len 'IIIAchinU, and each of these _.. ..1 1 "-W' A. "U' will manufacture from to, ooo to u.ooo bunches per day. SAN JU L[..a..&., \OTTINGER!&. L, #QERSHEL & BRQ,l E. SPINGARN & co.,. 'FREY BROS, & I OQ, Vl" We iijlvt! here e1plained only t he lea4ing advantages of our Machine. MaMufacturers of Cigan will readily ciG \ .... --r- DJU.LEBS llf understand that the mtroductiou of this Machlntt will advance their own.f.nterests. I d tare {FINE AR8 d HAVA"""A --KENTl)'CKY, 'r I of and Dealenln HAVANA & DOMESTIC TOBACCO Our Maobine will ful511a11 tbat we claim.fo!it, and w" are at all times willing to convince the most skeptical !Ill alP 111! n IJJI .I.Yii r by practical demonstration. We offer herewtth our ).facbme to the Manufacturers ot Ctgars throuR"hou t tbe U.U 'Ill U J UJ1 L f T b LIA y ,. 0 Bl 'l"',' LEAF TOBACCO, .t. Un ited States, and are also readytose!t the liceo ... sfor.everal States, or for the whole Stat .. (Louisia na en 0 ft'CCO 'lj r ei.Cepted). :Forfurtherparttculars.applyto 1 ...,. I 11 T.l.. i aJ t'JJ} No.5 BURLINC SLIP, e F. HAEHNEL 1c .H. NORMAN, G.a.l) uwa.CCO, NEAR WA TER.sTREET, ... P. 0 nox 1u7 NEw oaLEa.Ns. 88 Wall St .,.,, L. GRNSHRL. S, GP.t
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, r I l ti; THE TOBACCO LEAF. STEWART, RALPH & CO., b.. GUN HE MANUFACTURERS OF GENERAL COMMISSION Ralphs Scotch Snuff, .A...,.D FlwrE CIG a -us No; o so o :::t:a:: a-.a. -r a-r::a.:m::mor, .L' 9 (One door west of tthane Pbce )1 No. 11D ..&.rob. &t., Pl11.l.a.d.el.ph1.a.. D A Ji '1' IM 0 B. B, X D lloh.rt Stewart. Aleuntleir Ralptu John w Woodside. Samuel A.'Hondrlelt-. 'Liperal Made cia to my' Address. BROS., Packers, Commfs.dcm Mel-ahants, and Wholesale Dealers in Porelsa and Domestic Leaf' Tobacco, ..f 17 North Third Str!tet, Philadelphia. a!MBJRGIR & CO., IN ,LE .A.F ':;rOBACCO. / AncJ Manufacturers of all Grades of Cigars, l\To.J111 St., Phlladelphla,ePa. PATENT FOR tlTILIZIKO THE STE!\ 1 tl lAVAl! It will eave JO to I! per cent. of the Leaf wltlaout impalrina-the quAlity of tho Clpn, ancl """ke a wetlworkin Loog-Filler without s.ortaor bpo. GEO. KERCIHOFF & Ctl, -II 1. C,HARLII:IR., illlLTJIIIOilE, Mo: t / I APRIL 5. 154 '&ate JI.UIT.-ol&llo IIOSB. J. DIX & r lCl. 163, & 165 le;a.rl Stret, Bet.ween Raro a:od Elm, Packers C!-nd Dealers i" OINCINNATL 0. I CINCINNATI. LOUIS KROHN. LEOPOLD FEISS. IIOBN, PEISS & MANUFACT..VRERS OF .AND E4LERS .IN JjiARTll'OJU) COl!I'N. 21_ 7 STATE STREET, KROHN C 0 WI!STPHAL, I And Dealer to : CONNRTICllt SEED LUF st Ha.rtford. A. -L-. & F. sisioi, ac:ken and Deale" ill' OONNEOTIC U SW> LEAP JPOBACOO; t3'4 MAl E.T, ----------LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, Wholesale Dealers ia l..UEr.KER. Office and _126' PACKERS, C0MM1SSION MERCHANTS; FBGtorya.ndWuehme, 244' &246 w. ;J it rd, eo S. LOW&NTBAL a 00., AND KANUF ACTUUD TOBACCO, 110. 3H NORTH THIRD STREET, PI+ILADELPHit\. A'ND W AOLESALE DEALEill IN Foreign and Domestic Leaf 'l'oltaooo, XO. 88 W. LOMBARD BT .. BA.LTIIIOJU:, KD CnfODOrATX oo t MANUFACTURERS FINE CIGARS, I AND nu.EBS m LIAl Touc;o, NO. 112 WEST THIRD S'l'REET, CINCtNNATI, OHIO. B.. WILKENS a CO., MONUMENTAL CITY. TOBACCO WORKS No. .181 WEIIT l'L\'1'1' ITID'l', lW.'1'1KOII, MualactuHn of all k!Dtla o' SMOKING 'rOBA.OCO AND SNUFF, -u I IlL PALK, 1,._ OU..-, ](, .. BA.TTIX BIIOS., lf, St., "P..tJ a W. EIRENLOHR & CO., P.AClUJtS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN G. W. GRAVESt FJNB CODBCTIOUT SBED-LW' AMBROSIA :roBACCO, Jco WKIL. AA.aoM JCAHJI ;E. A. WatL. Weil,.Xahn&Co., ; by JAMES DALEY tc CO., (SuccHIIOr& to S. LooraKntAL 8: Oo.l Maollfaeturera aod Wholeaale Dealen in TOBACCO WOW. DAN'Buin -, sPENCE BRD'I:HERS co., .IL suiTR & CO WOBTBEA.8T COBRR 'TBIBD .A.JID RACE IITREBTBt PHIJ,&DELPBIA CIGARS & LW TOBICII 58. 5 ,8, 60 and 82 &U ; ., :Ill :E T c M MISS 10 N MERCIIANTI A!ID .TO:B:BBB.S, H;l kiD do ol Leaf Tobacco Re-aelected and Re-packed In cueo, ranglnr from 3 0 to 70 pounds, at the Lowe ket Price, paranleecl actual weight ancl f.-eo lrom frot-bitteo, uocure4 or rub,biah leaf al any k.!nd. lao Geaeral Supply Store of..,..,. article connectecl with tht trade. 1 B.--Ott:Jen for uDall cues receive prompt atteotioa. MOORE d: JIA Y, Connecticut Leaf Tobacco, 68 Congress street, East. -DETROIT, CODBCfiCUf. LEAF TOBACCO. No. 2 0 Bci1JI.pclen. Bt'l'eel, SPRINGFJELD lASS. E. H SMITH. j C. 0. HOLYOKE, COlU(ISSIOM DRCHANT In LEAF a.nd JUN1Jl'AOTURED TOBACCO, Ce:ntt'fd BoOtt. lUC.,XcnrD1 VA.. t VA. WALL,_ & DAY, llrUOBIITDi i .Ctl A. FRECKlE Comm, sston Merchants, n .... to:rl ..... COmmiJfi!'ll I ". RI LDO CIA.W11' ... "0. OF THE -... 11 z-.. Place, BALTIJIOIUC. I'OR THE SAUl or IIIQW, QUI AliliiWWtl %' W'Y'N.LTINI'S son u -.. v J. H. PltMBitRTO!<. JAS. G. PXNN. "" u ..... AND CIG.AIIS, TOBACCO, ECO N 0 MIST" MERFELD & PEMBERTON lt. PENN J&JmmiiJI W LIA}' m!L'I:l LEAF TOBACCO, &ceessortoA. w-. ancl f Cig PAcKERs or w. :103'1'3 aeon STUE'l', 12111 .T 0 D A..,.. C 0 0 Jll!l11!1HT. lmftti!Jlvntd :Bzo c:..D a.zos, Oo:a.n.eot:Lou:iBeed TobaccoCommiSSlOnMerchants J.OW'I'Y,o O..iteBraDcllallmportedll<:cwiceai-ODballll. I.. ... ( ... 1UillAU ... 0\l IUiAllll.IU.1111, N LEF TOaACCQ ARC!Whol.ate J>ealenla .,.,. ..,...., LlberaiCashadnncesmadeonConsipmenta. .aJD wo. 31 Jlortb. Waterltteet.. DEALER I .... I u .. .,.. .. l'!l a.nd Ya.ra 'Tobaccos, Witlt a long expetimct in tltc business Ge--"ne' m-on Merchant,. wo. a ._.. :belawan .l.weaue, 114,11. 'FRONT STREET, -'WiloYa.ua q#e,-tlteir .rervire.r to fill otders fior L ea1 G w I CIS co tl ... R inaldoSanlt j PHILADELPHIA, PA. 7 11\b d 8t t, '.P' '.1 Philac!elphia. A. H. THEOBALD, VON P"UL & LADD forII&Jeof ., i.JOJIB B.IIL & ... OF -JO:liN -w. lUll TDBIPPft ViiUinia, houri and IeJtncky R. A. MJI.x.s, FINE Cl CARS, Sole' Manafact .. rer of the Famo .. s ancl World-Reaowned B,..,d of JIW JlbbU TO TOBACCO BROKER Tob&CCO W e. AND DEA L E R IN LO NE Jv.!Rcc"KA ANoKDINcBTRoOWccoNs, DJC.){ BACCO, .u.u B..UV SpanishandDomesticteafTobacco1 t \." .ren,deatenandesporterswblchwillhavecareful 195 Mal St t G.eaeral! Co.auiaildtMl I attention.. Tbroqh kciKb.ll to I>Oillto abrUlld .... n ree omc. 631 South\ 111' w. eor. 8d .. Peplar Ita .. PhllatlclpW.. Manufactory, 12th StreetLynchburg, Va. I cured at lowest rates. /. !Betw.e .. Fifth aud Sisth,l In Euhllllfe, Sbocltoe Slip, LOUISVILLE, KY. ...... HElL. ADOLPH WAGN!tll. GGif .. w"""' EDWARDS M. & .. coM, Orden re:peetfolly oollclted and promptly attencled to. p ee Uot oent on appllcatiOII. Five :Erothers To ba.cco Workf l Gooll: "' Co.,; D EALERS IN ., 111ITIII A R. OUGERAY' J .' E. HAYNES, PACDRS co:u:KISSIO:M KDCJWi'l'B x. J. DUNN .e co., Props., TOBACCO John Flnzer & Bros., n DEALER IN wEs>ERN 1 LBA' TOBACCO & CIGAR' mlJFACTURERSI AGENT, MANUFACTURERS OF LEAF T LEAF TOBACCO, ,1), Tht "AROMA" Cigar aSptolaHJ. "FIVE BROS. RAVY'' OBACCO, OSI North F-:ont Street,() ToRetallats!sf01'25C.,or.FiveCnl!feaeh. 33 N9rth Front st.. Ol!ct" 27 South lOS R. W.&IJIBB 81Jl,;j .., ) PrieeLiatofCiranmaDulactaredatthisfactoryoent ouappllcatien. Foreign ._nd KeyWeot sv>d at PH LADELPf:IIA PA. LOUIJIVILLE. KY. 1 1 St. LOUIS, lnQ <=:;=" port en' Maat-cturen' \ ,.,.. ..... \ LB IY IOPKB & SUit TOB.&OGO CtMMISSION r -

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'I -.. APRIL 5. !!'HE TOBA:CCO .LEA..I'. 7 SUTRO a NEWMARK, liQUORICE .PASTE. weights. We have had a really active market with a coal cured, common, and 9; do bright smokers, a slight improvement in prices for all grades this week, 1o@r5; do fancy do 18@3o; leaf, common dark work not enough however; to cause a change in last week's ihg, do medium do 6@8; do good do g@Io; quotations, which we here repeat:-do fine and wrapping, I I@l3 ; do sun curP.d, 8@Io; QUOTATIONS FOR NEW TOBACco do yellow wrappers, common, I5@2o; do yello" wrap Rick pers, medium to extra Shipping TobaccoHAl'f111' .ACTIIBEBS OF : C:I:GA.RS:J \ AND DEALERS IN .LEAF TOBACCO., 16 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK. SPAIISI mmB LIRUm&l TJIJII 171'1Dli:RIIGRED' CORTI.R17EB '0 DU'OIR .. ARD JIAWW..ACl'ftJBJII PriJtE Nontlestript. Heavy. Culling. lugs, very common and heavy weights, do mediCommon lugs .. ____ 5 4 @ 5 urn, do good, 6@7. shipping Good do. _______ .. 5 @ 6 5 @ 7 nominal; continental shipping do. Stemming Tobacco Common leaf._ _____ 5 6 @ 8 ( @ 9 -Leaf, common do good, 8@1o; do fine, Good do ___ 8 @Io 9 @n u@u and 13 K RBS a. .SPIESS, of :. 1D LBAF AnoLPJl S5 Bowery, New .York., r.ov1s SPiEss. PEASE'S Tobacco Cutter. The Most ,Perfect Machine in the World for all of Fine-Cut, Chewing Md Smoking. Dr 'D'SE. llY ALL FIR!:MLASS :EOtrsES. .MANUPAC"fUJti!':D BY IIPUUII ,aau 'l'liB&BY OF tl'JII.oiUI .ARD GlT.A.Il.a.lfTII:ED TO GIVm SA.TIU'.ACTIOK '1'0 BY .. Y TOB.AJJ JIA!rlTP..u:TlTIUI& lTIIIRG TJIJII S.UO:. Fine ..... 8 @1 o 1o @I4 I2 @18 ST. LOUIS, Ma,.l/1 29.-Mr. J. E. Haynes, Dealer Selections ____ ..... @ I4 @I7 18 @25 in Leaf Tobac'Co, reports:-RI"ceived 282 hhds, against W THlll OLD F.AVGRIT:B BB.AND OF. J, C, y Ca. U ALWA.VS READV PoR DELIVERY, AT BIIORUIT .OTIC&, .ALIO A 0. c::l., ';r <> .(A Hill OTHEB JIB.ANDB OF TtiBJOSH .ALL OF WBJC:U .ABB l;l:tVDIO IIIICRII:.ASED Bright wrappers, I5@45c ; ; dark wrap.P.ers and other .}88 the previou$ week Th$ past week's busineas, ow grades of plug makers kinds embraced in rich he1vy iftg to light receipts in consequence of the bad state of quo:ations. Light weights, except of fine quality and the weather and conditioA of the roads in the country, damaged. tob.a cco from I@3c under above figures. has been comparatively small. '!fhere are no" new feaDuting this w ,eek we have sold about so hhds of long, lure$ in the gene al condition of the market to notice, heayy, rather co!lrse old leaf at prices rangmg from 13@ except that there is a stronger shipping and order deISC, exporters and African makers taking it. freely, mand for desirable leal; esE e : cially for good, long, whije sweet old lugs with body is anxiously sought !leavy-bodied shipping leaf, which is in active demand after by plug' makers and exp01 ers at prices ranging at from ro to $12. ln this connection we would rema1 k from 7@1oc. Nondescript and sour old is in fair de tha it is ahe of some of our dealers that there D\aQatrons of Husband loaneci last year to subordinate-gran ges throughout the South and west, to aid them in reconring from local pests. A tot,a.l paying membership of 76z,26,3' is reported. CAUT:ION. Cf of 5 at J7JO@r.6o; x..at 2 at s.So@5o; 4 at 6.6o@ good, 65@75; laney, 87@1.25 "The principal demand, goods, have-their orders in the market before -6.80j' a 7@7.90; 4 at 3 at g.so@,.go; in w.hat is termed Killikinick Smoking, is for gqods ; they need Old l eafTof manufaclufing purat u@! I 2 5; I at 12, and 3 at 3 90 6 and 6 8o: B!ds rangmg from 36@6oc. poses.t! firm and m better request, and though the supwere reJected on 3 hhds at 7-so@S. We quote mfenor CINqNN A TI, April x.-Mr. F. A. Prague, Leaf ply is holders manifest a w!llingn;Ss to cl?se a?d light weight hhds 2.5o@i3; common dark sh.ip Tobacco Inspector, reports :-There has been quite a theu stocks, as they are1 no,... turnmg thetr attenltOn pmg lugs, fatr to good handsome increase in the business done by auction in to the new leaf. dl', 3 7S@4.25i mfenor shtppmg Leaf tobacco the past week, which would indicate that LYNCHBURG, April I.-Messrs. Nowlins, Younger 4@4i common dark shtppmg leaf, 5@6.;q; medtum holders of both old and new are generally williou to &_Co., Tobacco Commission MeTchauts, do do, 7@8; good do do, 8 50@9-so; red or browa meet the present actiye market. There continues cetpts of tobacco have been larger this than for do, Jo@t.z; medium n;d manufac:tum'lg do, .7@?; improvement in ooth quality and condition of the new weeks past The market, however, has not been so lo@r:z; medtum .h'llf bngbt Mts cutt ing leaf that i!' now coming forward, enabling buyers as for lugs and nonde. soun .leaf, I bnght, I8@ (Si 110 to get goocs much more suitable to their orders and scnpt grades, whtle the better have been in gOO'd finelmght olfetmg. V)rgmta bnght wrappers usually wants. New colory lugs And good old smokers ate in demand and prices well maintamed We quote as folfrom 2 to S5 Ioo lbs higher than Missouri leaf. active demand. No change in Ohio Seed. 7he total lows: Common primings, 50 @IOO; good do, Boxes and trregqlar packages I te $3 per 100 lbs offeringjl .at auction for the week were 661 hbdsilnd I 97 fine do, common dark lugs, good do, less than tile above quot_ ahons. bmres as follows:. fine do, 4@5; common working lugs, )'OREIGN At the Bodmann Wirehoute, 23 2 hhds and 73 boxes: gqpd do, fine do, common smokmg AMSTERDAM, "18.-Messrs. Schaap & Van -2114 hhds and 2 boxes Kentucky and Ohto cutti!Jg lugs, .6@7_; good do, 8@1-11; fine do, n@IS; extra 0., Veen1 To6acco report:-In the rast week tobacco: 169 hhds Qew at $3-IO@IS-75; 55 hhds old at I8@2o; common dark leaf;4@5; good do, 6@8; fine do, were. sold 90 hh!ls .Marylanll tobacco, old crop; pricea $1o.75@27.25 for common smokers ;>ld cutting extra do, u@ra; common working do, 5@6; in favor of buyers. Of :Java tobaccos we have to men leaf; 8 bhds 5 boxes new 'itlgtnta good do dq, _7@g; fine do do, 9@ro; common dapple tioa the sales of 2,992 bales, partly out of harid and for fillers and bmders. cases OhtC!> Seed: 24 at $-3@ wrapper,!i,. 8@Io; do, IO@IZ; fine do, 12@I5; partly by subscription, all scrubs, kinds mostly short of 3 1"5; 2 o at h@s.so, 11 S@7.so; 5 at $8SS@9.Io, common yellow wrappers, good do, )eaf and of very 'f oor quality. In many districts the 6 at $1o@13. fine d.o;-25@.J.Sj eJ;tra do, 40@6o, 18"75 cY.Jp of Java' tobac::o has totally failed by want of Sotr SHEI,L CLAMS AN.P At t!:e Globe Warehouse, fto.hhds and 5 boxes:PADUCAH, K., 25.-Messrs. M. H. Clark rain, and fear that a great portion of this kind wilt be THE W:uD.-A Danbury 1.35 hhds and 3 boxes Kenluc.ky and Ohio cutting & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report:-Receipts stocked up by want of buyers unless planter& can resolve man carried home four tobacco: 44 hhds new at 2I4 so; hhds old at since report, 461 'hhds; to date, do. Sales, to sell at any pri.ce. A lot of 790 bales of this kind quarts of soft shell clams in .'$355@_ 2 4 for common fine old cutting leaf; 48r hhds; to date, 5,193 do. The order this week was already offered by subscription could not find buyers. an overcoat pocket. bt the 5 hhds and :J_bo:!Jes West VIrgmta at $4-9s@r7S somewhat J:>etter, but. the quality was very poor. Our A parcel of old fine. tobacco of 56:a bales bas been realsame pocket was a handful At the Mtaml 89 and 67 boxes: market firmer, with an advance of about on all ized at auction at very high price:s. Of Sumatra tobacco of loose tobacco. The soft 8I hhds Kentucky and Ohio cuttmg tobacco: 45 hhds grades good leaf. We quote common lugs, 43( I,4Io bales of different marks and qualities were realized, shell clams had often heard and 3 boxes new at 36 hhds old at ,.4.85@ @sc; to good do, commo11lea.f, 7Ji(@ as usual with strong competition, from 95c@'$2.10. of the weed t of course, but b2oh.d75 fordcommbon sm!>kers,uto fiVne leaf; 8 !lledtUm do, 93i@uc; good dq, II@IJ; fioe and Arrivals Dsince last week ,:-Java, 4,n9 bales; Sum7,tra, this was thp first sample 5 an 2 oxes new .est u,gmta; ,4.Io@13 for t.one -'!-heavy of snow Sunday 450 do; omingo, 33 do; Ambalema, 10 do; Seed leaf, they had seen, and by the fillers and wrappers. 62 cases Ohto Seed: 2I at '$2@ mght put the roads m mtserable conditiog, ih conse44 cases. Stock today :-Maryland, 325 hhds; Seed time the man reached home 3 9; 2 6 at 13 at $6.o5@7.7 S; 2 at $9.30@ quence of which our receipts were not so large as we had leaf, 144 cases; Ambalema, 10 bales; Java, 1 5,62o do; each clam had a n i ce quid 9 for fillers bmders hoped for. 1 Su!Datra, 453 ?o We have atill to nienti?n the sale of comfortably rolled under its At the Morns Warehous;., II hbds and 6 boxes!-Aprii3.-Mr. .(\. R,. Fougeray, 2,8o4 bales Rto Grand and 33 bales. Dommgo, tongue. fhe clams wP.re 109 hhds 3 boxes Kentucky and Obto cuttmg Manufacturers Agent, reports:-The past week'.J de-LIVERPOOL, .March r8.-Messrs. F. W. 'Smythe& opened, and cooked, with tobacco: 62 hhds and 3 boxes new at S3@I4 2 5 i 47 mand !or Manufrutu,.ed Tobaccos has not been Co., Toba<;co Commission Merchants, report :-The out the family noticing the old at "5 25@2 I.5o for common smokers t:> what it was reasonable to expect when the season of the business transacted during the past week, was on a most !_ilthy habit they had got cuttmg leaf 1 hhd and 3 boxes new West Vtrginta at d h 1 d f 1 limited scale, only a few bhds were taken by' manufac. 2s@4 15 year_ an t e o o d reliable goods in &, PEASE, mto. They were served for the market, mvanabJy takes Rlace at this turers, while exporters did notbing whatever. Quota breakfast, and were partly 8 Pladters Warehouse, 9 hhds and_ 46 bo_xes:-perio_d, is taken into consideration ; the only plausible tiona nominally unchanged. Imports, 308 hhds ; The Danbur man 4 5 an 9 boxes Kentucky and OhT? cuttmg tosolution that can l:ie given to this fact is, with' the deliveries, 419 do; stgck, 24,991, against 31,021 saJJ;e DAYTON ,' OHIO. TROS. H. ClH,aLII[ER!!I, 81 Beelnaui St., R. Y "!-t r ... the Sare ot 1\fachlues omd Extras, Cuite...-will li8d of O IIJ>Piles yo 011 bud. SIMON MA.NDLEBAUM. Spoclal. P!RIEB, HOLMES & :M.tutact.Wen or the N "ERVE A ad otbor Brado of 1s now convinced lhat he by.cco 45 hhds new at 9 boxes atf5.25@ bb 1 time last year. must either. find some thing 9os; 39 _hhds old at fOf com.mo.u. smokers to JO ens ts ater thts spring than prevous years. It'lnay fi. af 6 hhd neW W V alsb be possible that 1he city buyers are put\ing off other than a pocket to carry ne cuttmg e ; s est at "5o@ purchasing their supplies until next 'lilonth when the TOBACCO AND CIGA.B. TAADB O:E' clams home in or get a 1!.75 i 4 qo:Ees do at h@II.iS 33 Ohio Seed C 1 N 1 .b.. -" 'd b k d fillers anCl binders. 21 at '$z.8o@3 6o. 5 at '$4 u5@s 6o grea_t aflona Exhl lUO:t opens, h reby DETBOXT WI er ac oor. 5 at $6. to@6. 2 o; ; at $S. old saying of "Killing. twu birds with .,--FEMALE CLARKSVILLE TENN M. h 8 -l'i M H ctne stone, seemg: the sights loo.kmg after stock. [From the Scientifit Manufacturer.] "' ... ,. A ., arc 2 Jobbers shoutd, ho]'(eve>-, bear tn m that a lar-ge -At the tiverpool Police Clark & :B"rother, Leaf 1 ob : u:co reporr:-Our number vf our manilfactUTen are alread com elled to Vviule there has been a m the number of court, on the 25th utt., three sales last week were 290 hhds-. 1 be market was firm use new leaf in order to be able t ky dp t th pounds manufactured, the Government has denvtd r1s 'fh t h 0 rna e goo s a e $ 8 8 6 h 8 h. h b g1 were charged at the in-wt ou 1 any matena, c ange m .pnces. V!e quote comfigure that it is now being d 1 ld. t t tli 7 7 .r 1 more revenue t an In I 74, w tc may e stance of Mr. James Steel, mon lugs at 4@5c; good do, com1110n leaf, time it may be .ex.c:eediqgly for by the increase of tax oli both chewing cigar manufacturer, Duke @gc, do, good do, fine when busi'lfess does revive, and 1Jey who are so and smokmg tobaccd. The. total number of pounds Street, in that town, to do, selectiOns, I5J?@I7C. Owmg to ';lnfaturlate as not to have such stock must necessaril lose produced 4,66I,983, .agamst 4,839,8oo the preced whom they were apprenvorable weather, our rams emg followed by cold wmds some 0 t"'eir very bes trade a It t 1 Y t mg year. fhe wel l -established bJands of fine-cut chew. d t' l resu no p easaut o b 1 d ttte with unlawfully abmg P_rtzmg e;ccept m very c ose our recoRiemplate : Receipt!> from, South and West 16 boxes tng tq acc9 are every year moreasmg m _popu an Chewlrur and Smoking Tobaccos, senting themselves from his cetpl$ are hght, which has helped to sustain prices. 1 otlt' 8 I 6 t:a5es 7 k '9 1 E sales have been extended not only on th1s contment but pl J I W 'th "ld th h' h b .. o egs, I,I20 pats. X f E d t", un. __ ifJ, II A> 11., Jeft'eroon Ave. em oy on 24 ast. m1. wea er w 1c e expectea, reported to Antwerp, 'Via steamM!i Nederland Red Star m many parts o an o cou_ntnes. Ynn::n Mr. Murphy defended, acd w1ll be very large, whtch wtll test the strength of 250 bxs and 3 2 cases to we th1s vast trade, amountmg to .])J:TR.OIT.liiiCH. Mr. Shee, barrister, was for lfle markets. Ltverpool, VIa steamer City of .Bristpl, American line, three mtllton too. much credtt .::an not be Tile NERYE to oold by Flnt-claoo Dealers complainant, It ap-_HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Apnl I .-Messrs. M H. I90 bxs manufactured tobaece.' to the gentlemen comp?stng _for throughout the United States, and we claim it d th t tb a r d "' k & B h th 1 ea] e d f; bt d 1 d b (ro be tile "Bur" J'&Na-CuT Toa .. cq, that cau peare a e e.en ants, '-'tar rot er, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report:-. Smoking Tob.rcco--Judging from the amount of gran-e_r z an '-' .1 g 15P aye. 1',1 nogm'T .. Whole...teTradoaSpeclalty. as was tbe custom in the Receipts since last report so8 hhds to date 5 AZ7 ulated and cut an .. dry tobaccos c t th thetr .brands tnrd prommence. At. thts ttme, when d h d b k ,,. u orumg lll o e mar. I b h f d d led Ira e, ctyffth St., New York. f .. LQrden promptly attended to at the shortesF Dotice. Out o the Poorest 'l'OBACOO BAit Can be eaaH:r Attached oz D etached. P.A.TENTEE AND PROPRIETOR. B.IORA.HU,36.0Ho,tSt.,BrooklJ r ,:N.Y. INDIAN. HAVANAHS, Prlc0tl5 Dollars per 1,000 in London, in Bon. F S PLOWRIGHT & CO., 41 Ba.sln.-b.all Street London E. C. P 5.-Havanah Pattern C igan, weil{hlng t o a lb price J 6 dollars per t ,coc, free in &nd, i n Ct. Britain. ]. WRIGHT & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the Sale of MANUFACTURE. D TOB'ACCO. and Agen.ts for J.C.-McANDREW'S CELEBR-ATED LICORICE, -No. I 'RICHMOND,.VA. _.................. ---. I a puntshment.-a& umeSocfor l"&port, 427 hhds; to date, 4 ,667 hhds ; same time in OIU' is otnhe increase, showing that manufac fyi.Jlg to be allle o Detu;nt tob:n:co They Our ope11ed full and turers of these grades of have been catering to f!lcturers are s.teadtly w<;r. easm g thetr trade facth were patd' by ptece-work -raptdly got and' fina lly eased o .ff some!!"hat the public taste successfully, and are likely to be ues. are qlltfi!ms, of whtch .ha..: aft:r the first y-ear, and theytoward the close of the s'\le showmg an average ad..remunerated ror their trouble ndexpertse Fi'r t 1 weU.estabhshed repufatiOTls. We g t ve below therr alleged th .at they ii'o vance of about tc on grades !c 00 the goods.speak for themsP!ves, and od leaf, 12 ; ues to-m ee t with an improving demand natwithstaRding Co .. he fullowtng IS SUO! mary o. capital, bust ness, a_nd tha t .at fi_n9 ,1i0: aeletu.ons .o ed this wee"k.. the great atfficulty experienced by the dealer to meet etc., 10 1875: '" thts punlshment wa s 1 he were Jn better: order than we haVJ! een the desire o ( the matlufncture of cigars-that is, dark of manufactones.-.. -.. . 7 unJust l y awarded them them t_hts and we hope will be no more or rather black color. Neverthe less a very go o d C:apltal e mployed. __ _, ......... --.-.. '$ ,25_o, ooo.oo O_n January 2r they _left com p)a tnt of bad order. is t3eing dqne, and what is still more encouraging, No : of manofactu ed .... -..... 4,061,983 Ltverpool and obtamed LOUISVILLE A 'l goods are now sold t p rt'e t I ___________ --.. ..-....... ----$z,64o,28 9 5 work at a Mr. Walkers, in t f h T I> pnB I.frf Wm. J. Lewers, Secre, seller as well s a icl s on t,.o Governmeut ta ........ : ....... : $978 8p.u London, where at:Y a P .t eM ohacco 6oalrddo d'Irade,re_Ports:-Re-withreceipts cases'cpro es as ereponi No.ofeniployees.---J-- h a h d st ceiVe m a rc 3,22 t h s; eltvered 10 d o 3 nnec IC\1, 235 cases eon-\V 'd d t ey sat t ey earne Ivs. d 1 k f sylvanta 1 86 cases hi'o N y kSt t d ages pat .. ooo.oo to 195 a week whilst under o, stoc on fland o sold and unsold, 5 g8 8 50 ca ses ew or a e see CIGARS. do whtch t s 2g8 dn less tl M h t I r 1 1 4 cases Wtsconsm 286 bales Havana and 978 lihds . the comRlamant they could tan on arc IS n o owd S f \V' 1 The manufacture of ctgars bas been earned on m the only about 6s. a week m g stateme nt of sa!es for w eek, etc., will give the an 3 f 5 ;res o C estern. eaf; wtth sale!Y for domesllC city to a small extent for the. last twen ty-five years, but Mr. Murphy's madq m March, the week and year i s to date:-use o 2 OS hc.ases onnecNtlcut, 235 cases never a:zsumed any prominence until t87o. The statisSALES FOR WEEK ETC 9 0 C ases 10, 6o cases t!W York State, 58 CaSt!S \Vts r ,... was that the defendants rrr consin 203 bales H d hhd \" 1 f u .. s (Qr tllat year 99 1actones m the State and 55 .fi d .. .. at Mouses. Week Mlmfh Year avana an 20 s r e stern ea D I 8 1 6 1 d I I JUSt! e. m. leavm g Ninth Street.-.... 237. while export demand was very heavy, to wit: To Bare _trOit. [} I t _lere_ ? $' 8 arge an m :._ eir apprenuceshtp P ickett. ......... 201 badoes, via schr G eti)'Sburg, 10,443 pounds Pennsyl t e rJpr:senlung a 57,ooo, emp Re;: r. Boone.---------------u6 s85 vania; and per schr C .l[. H z i,sins, u,230 pounds. I ,o93 n s, ow l?m was a esd ed ofptn Grange .... -------I Western leaf ; to Liverpool, via steamer City of Bristu rmgt u e f f r,:s7, 4 Ie 10n, au ect e 1n avo r F I 83 I4 5 1 to!. American line 22 82 d \ V t 1 f A t repor s.or I 74 s ow a a mg o o r 1 0,252 c1gars n f th I d armers .. ------.... 617 1 2 ,6 7 e 9 poun s es ern ea, to n 8 5 h c c t d b o e comp amant, an K k As werp via s teamer N.d. l d. R d S t r 8 1 7 t ere were ctgars manu.ac ure ordered the girls tQ return Plentuc ,Y soctatlon. 110 278 1,514 poun'ds Western lea [ e1 an e ar me, 1 25 ,e39 an increase of so3,368 I87j, and 2,143,62Q more to work, cautioning them ---I 0 4 477 2,2 I9 than in 1 8741 The showing is certainly very flattering that if after a month's time <;tty.-----38 88 3o:z RICHMOND, Apnl I.-Mr. R. A. Mills, To\: a:for Detmi.t manufacturer considering' the dulhiess of it was proved that they IIO 569 2,2 I 5 co Broker 3:nd Commission :-The the Y ear. We doubt very much if there is a city in the' were neglecting theii duty tobacco busmess has been rather unint e resting the t[riion that can boast of an increased number of cigars as apprentices, he would 1 100 4,334 I7,393 past week from the small receipts and t>fferings, man u factured i n 1875 over ar.y preceding year The have to commit them to Year 1875--- -- 744 3 12,514 caused by harsh weather. There h been Detroit bra nds are known in every portion of the United jail, Mr. Raffles, in anYea r' 1874------------12 6 7,158 2o,z7o very httle rlestrable goods offen:d, and hence the States, besides Detroit cigars are wholesaled in large swer .to Mr. Murphy, said Year! 1873 -I ,9r8 5,626 I8,633 has. dull and inanim;lte. Du quantities to tobacco and _cigaJ jobbers elsewhere, who be certainly should not -Week. 'rmg the commg I more libt!ral receipts, have brands of own. rantacase for asuperi or OriginalNe, w ..... 9 1 6 II,997 our market, wtll !egam its wanted animation. Capital-employed ----------$9t.o,ooo.oo eourt. The terms of the :....... 57 :z,oro Pnces firm ahd unchangd. The transa-ctions were Productions; No. of 33,423,620 indentures in this case bad 65 843 7 .97 hhds; 16j trcs; and 29 boxes. I continue,..quotaValue!---------.''"--'-Z: .... $I,336,934 been broken, and that was .--- :-62 2,543 ttons :-Manu!actured Tobacco, comm_on to mediNo. of e mployes __ I,too the point brought under.his Improvement as t? _but urn dark workmg, 3(!M; do good workmg, Wages paid.----- ---. $395,ooo.oo notice. none m quality, and attll a large proporuQtl of .hght do sun cured, do good, sn do Government tax ........ .... $I6j,u8.xo I I

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; 'l'obacco Ma.nufacturers. l.ICORJ.CE. .-JOHN ANDERSON & CO. LICORICE ASTE. _. ,, ____, TllOMAS HOYT & CO., \l.U."UF ACTUB.EII.S C.l I Fine cut Chewing and "\ SMr>fSINO ToBAccos & OUTJ &RANDS CHEWING 1 HEARTS' DELIGHT, ; JCAT; QNAL, 1 BRIGHT OWEN, EXTRA CAVENDISH. A!IQo4. _.o6 Pearl St.. New York CitY. TBOIIAS HOYT, r CHAS. r..HOYT FB.AXCIS S. KJNNE:Y', .... MANUFACTU ER OF "Kinney CRlebratBd Raan CICARETTES AND FINE TOBACCOS, :wEST BBO.ADW'AY, QW YORK CITY. i < AJP) AG:IIXcrl' Of the Manufacture of G.w. Gail & -Ax, ., BALTIMORE, -AT-. 220 PEARL STREET I lEW YORI. WEISS, ELLER 1!1:: KAEPPEL, Ag-ents. soufi"Oi'M Tliiiccos co. 11 nnd j16 LIBE-RTY STREET. Tobacco mauufact.urers and the trade .,. 1 in general are ,p_f the Dealenln Tobacco of this LICORICE;,-wh,.ich.,. being now throngbor. t the Unite<' Statea and the brought to the hia'-est perfection is of-. \yorld to their < '0'' so a,cE FINECUT fered under the. a9ove sty l e of brand. DA. Lit We are lso SOLE AGENTS foe the om:WmG 'qJ4e<;o., '. 1 brand whlcla Is 'be!J>g once m<><'e mam1faclltred uoddsef i:JLLICKJNraa 48 Broad & 48 New Sireets, i Ed" of' the u.s. Baoe J!aiL Wincheoter. 1rginla Leaf'. L:roas. Greelan Ben-NEW YORK. P. 0. BO][ 4'7880 I prove-eat.. S...nualaaan""lr. LOUIS N. PECA.RE, --MANUFACTU;RER oF D H :Mc.ALfiN & CO., Fine. Lon[ an_d Strai[ht Cut Canndish ---t SMOKING TOBACCOS, 'ELEBBATED FJNEo()v-: For FinaWholesale and. Eetail' Trade. ilr[lll Leaf and Navy ChuWlll[, !k_:-AND PERIQ.UE .N CARROTS. ,..-it .JOHN STREET, NEW YORK. .MRS. G. B. MILLER & CO.t. TO'B!CC 0 MANUFACTORY, (l?ETER :""' COLLINS, PrusT.)/ 97 Columbia Street, NEWYOBK, OF THL. CltL:BR.AT1ED SMOKING Be(ft<1', d:o. MA"!o.Ttll' A.GTOR'Y AN:C SA.LEiROt:l, CORNEl Of D AND TENTH STIEET;' Hew York Cit:. llfrs G .B. Miller & Co. Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, the only Genuine America.n Gentle tpan Snuff; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. lMaccaboy and Sc.otch Snuff; ,A. 1:1. Mickle & Sons' Forest R<>lie and Grape Tobacco; :Mrs. G. B. Miller 1 & Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing Tob>cco. All orders. promptly executed. !UCHANAN &, LYALL, OFFICE, 64 Broad street, New York, FACTORY, / 10. 2 FIRST BISTRICT, SOUTH B:ROOKLYN, j Manufacturers of the lollowing.,.,. CEJ,FATED Ba.AlmS 01' Smoking T9bacco, MANUFACTURED BY W B. PIERCE, AND ALL SPECIALTIES FOR TOBActO MkNUFACTURERS. 6'. R.HILLIER'S SONS & t.5' 0 F ,FIC E, 0AR STR.t.'\' -. --:;-;;-__ IIU.W. N. /Purel7 and finely I'cw4ere4 PANISII LICORICE ROOT, SPANISH LICOB.IC,E JilXTRACTt DEER TONGUE, LAUREL LEAVES, TONKA JSEANS. CASSIA BUDS, No. r29 Lane, NEW YORK. W.. ZUI'BBBB &. CO., MANVFACTURJUll OF TOBACCO SEALING WAX. And Importers of Glycerine, Drags; Gn111s, .U. t JSW William St., Ke-w 1rork. TINFOIL, WARRANTED PURE liN, FOB. Wll.A1'P1NG CIGARS an! CIG.Ull'l"l''S, and LnTIN!i CIG.All. :BOXES. .. WITTEMANN BROTIIERS, 1 8'1 w:u.:r.:rAM ST., 1\T. Y. CLOVES AND C:il!ll'U.JION, ORAJrGE PEEL, ANISEED, CA.RAW SEED, CORIANDER SEED, LAVENDER FLOWERS, GUlli ARABIC, GRAIN AND POWDERED, GUlli MYRRH, LUJIP AND PO"\VDERED, GUlli TB.A.GAC..uiTH, FLAKE AND : N. R. ANSADO, Importe-r of the \Vell-Known Bund5 of PlONBBB TOBlCCO COIPANl PO"\VDERED, ESSENTIAL OILS, OLIVE OIL, LUCCA CREAM I1'i CASES,: 11 e;i:, Jl.2:." 01' .AN'. D. 1888, iiEiiAI!IE OIL LEVANT liN BBLS. 12 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. and ajl the Specialties for Tobacco I no. E. :t.Yi'OBD, I'res. F. li. RAWES, Seo. M;mufacturers.. 1 LICORICE MASS, Ansado's Extra" N. R. A." and .OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. :&:. J. WBrn.OCI, Oar rt POWDERED LIQUORICE. BUSINESS oFFicEs: FIK,EST f:lUALITY.. 1::1!3 Front Street, NeJIV' York; Planet Navy, 1S, Jis. !'illi 481 "!a, 7S, Sa, gs, 101. Sailor's Choic.,, u, }ia, )E., 4s, SSt 6s, 7s, 9&, 108. lconcmyareunques\ioned. Jlanufaetul'edatPonghkeepsie,YewYorll:. .,. 1 CENTRAL WHARF', BOSTON; r lJ'l'IC.&, N. Y, PRICES CURRENT 0111 APPLICATIIIN. s This Brand of Smoldna'is dark colored andu V. W. BRINCKERHOFF, GIFFORD, SHRVA\T & INNIS, 57 OUTH WATER STREET, OHICAQO, cured as Havana. m..nl, Challenge; lb=. King Philip, Wuhineton. J&s, Grape and. .Apricot, Neptune, Double Thick, Unconquered, brt. drk. ACME F ... cy Brt. )ofoggie Mitch.el!r Pounds, Narragaoa AND Narrow :!ted 'T2 y!s. 0.90 TER111:1-CJASH-A.ll Orders wllr be prom_ptly executed. Prie es uf Cigar Boxes aad Semplea of bono and wUI be oeut ou WILLIAM WICKE .tt. ,CO. STAR TOBACCO 'FERTitiZER, containing large pe.of 'E'O'l'ASB, ..UWONU a; SOL'ITELE l'll:Oil'liA'I'E, The best results obtained oo TOBACCO, aof' f-:rrt-d to PeruWan Guano PRICE 8 .60 l"ER TON: IN BALTIMORE. &; RITTLER, CHEMICAL SUPER-PHOSPHATE WORKS, BA:LTil!IOR:E. JOSEPH J. ALMIRALL,' IMPORTER OF "0NLY FINE" HAVANA Leaf Tobacco -.16 Cedar St.reet; N.Y. -PBICII J.IST OF SPANISH CIGAR RIBBONS, Londrel, or Pa'l"ta.a, estra 7-8 311i -pTdS, $t.()G Londrea, or Pb.rt.&sa, 7-8 3S yards, I.8o Brfload Yellovv, ., 5-8 7'J yards. r.7o Broad. Red 5-8 7> yards, 1 .6 5 s-s 7'J yards, 1 70 -..r--R.,.,.._ a.-1 yar.U,... TER.KS-JfET CASH-' HENRY WULSTElN, 16 :Dep-..,-, 9.5 Myrtle A "YeDUe, Brooklyn, Jlalo4 O. 1IMt Raad ... 1--.._ ...... -c.uAas..-a..a.aau-. '1'1' BOcO. I Sl. ;;" Also all oth$< .. of .101 Fbie-Qut and Smokmg Tobaceoa, -;,..--.... I ,Jersey. ,!8 .. Cb_,upiQS.._STJlEET._ liE. r: DETROIT, lOCH. lrized wooltea re,. 30, 40 and 6o lb .. ,acked in an.-1 Gross boxes. made to the jobbing trade. I Oldest Tobacco Houae arid in U. Tat: FactOI'y is not es:ceUod by an y in L;y Qa3licy For deecripuoa, 1ee N. 'f TOBACCO LEAF of l)ct..IS,l8i5.. We co.ntlnue to ofl"ercboice.);lr:p>us of Briibt, .. d llhhOlJ31'Y cracleo of PLUG or MANUFACTUll.EO TOBACCO; Superior FIN"&-CUT C I:!Ji:WING TOBACCO, variou k iuds of .SMOKING TOBACCO, such as Granulated (or Killicknick), and Coarse Cut, and the F;inest Qualities o1 iNUI'F, at the most favorable pricetJ. A c ritical examination of t6.& coods wit& &Jw preclvW of other factories invited. A Price List mailed upon applioatioa.. I


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