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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.__.--I VOL i2 NEW YORK WEDNESDAY, .MAY 3, vYHOLE NO. 584: lht IS :PUBUSHED \ (IVEiY WBDNESDAY KO!l.NING BY. TRI fiBA009 LIH'' PUBLISHI-NGI 00, .FtUton St., New York. "'Il B.w;_ AU :r.etwra ollowd be :Pia.inly a4d..- \ "-"'I'BZI TOB.i.CCO UAJ'" 1'11JL1lllml& CO. Terms of the Paper : SINGL& CO.PIIt8, > -Jo Ca:w.'5 Otoa Y" --.:_ $4 .. !\IXMOHTKi, ..,_ L '\, J 10 ... --r U" Jlemember P>_at the coot to the year)y monW) onbecrlber ;,; Ius Eizlthera It Co. '6 41: 48 Excbagp Place Buye,. llj Terty. Helme, 13J \Vater. Buchanan &: L yall, Broad. 811Ciuler D 213 and as Du.ane Good"'1n & Co. Z07 and ao;, Water Hoyt Thomas &! Co., Pearl Jtlaoey Bros. ur West Btoadway Lorillard P. & Co., 16, J8 & 'o CbamberL llcAlp\11 D. H. & Co. oor. A. venue D -1 -: Nlller Mn. G. B. Ill Co ?1 Coh&mbla Pioa.eer Tobacco (.;otD.pany, 124 \Vat'r I for Cluwing and S.dioz Tobcos, Itt. Hen .L A; Ce. Libert .. Wet-. Ji'.ll..& Ku:PP K Llch'-nttela.Bro&. c.. M8 BowerJ. Meade! M. W. & Bro, r5J( Bowery Neat.......,. M. Pearl Orlrlu S. 197 and >86 Greer&wlcl& l!efdenberg I! Co. 8 and 86 Road'e 8mltb .A-11 Bowery Staoheliterg M. & c ... 91 and ,.. Llbe)'ty Btratton < & 178 t8o 8G\ro I< 1<1 ...,. ..... 76 Park Place Tat.el & Rohrberg, 171 Wa81'1 ll Hahn, 290 & > ]lowery. I' J,ta.oMIMriTI f FiN a..tu t:/fMJ X,upcowiczA. & Dro. 15HChamber. }Uvera & Garcia,,rMatden Lane. -cbea. Haya & Co., lJDo 1,Jii & scM. La. .l H., 1-. .... a;,..,. Alm&rall J. J. 16 Garcia t- .167 W;,.ter GoDia1ez A. 167 Water Mt.ran.ia r. tkl,;o. an ?earl P.ucual L .Brotht!r & Co. 156 WateT .Pobaloki P. & Co., '91l'earl Rivera. Mauuel 71 Maii.Jen;..ane Sanchez, H.fl1a & Co., to MaideAL.aoe.. San Juli.a.n J., tiolomon M 4.t. I!!. h .Maiden Lac '\'ep &: Be.rulldm, 187 !'carJ '\\'eu ,&tA...t. u ra.u ... Waltiec Frledinom & Fn:iae, 103 Peart w.ua. .El)er & Kaewel, ao Pilr l 1 -wOr V. Martinez & Co, t6 Manl{{a czurrrs of Key Weu ami if 11- Uti" "De ..Be!'V Frll'4'1'1to&!: C o ,AI A .n'Wa"-a Kimb& ll, Gaulhc'ur & Co.., :19 Warren. Mclo all& 33 Murra1. Se1deoberg &: (...o., aud M .A'tcriwrs of Florida Havtma Cigars. Belcher, Park & Ca CoUegt: P lace .Dejqt Df tM "Fior del Sut"" Cigtan, Alceli Gt:otge, 173 Water brporwa Cl111 P i fH' Batte'Y H.&: Brotl.ltrp 11 Water Demuth Wm. & Co s o t B-rqad way Kaa.imann &. litmdy, and .131 Gll'aDd Goebel J & Co 1:19 Maaden Lal'l4! ManujacturerJ of Briar ,eiprJ tr n d lpovttrl './ Articles. Demuth \Vm. & (l.:o., Broadway Xaubll-.un .Bru:t. u. B uudJ, n9 and 131 Grand IJiorttrs .{ Lit:fJrice Pas t t Ansado N R. O l d Slip. Brtntkerboft'V. Wq47 Cedar .. G,lford, Sherman c Innis, 120 W!UlaJD Arguimbau, Wallis & .Co 29 & 31 B. Willia.m McAndrew James C., !! Water Weaver It Sterry. Ceda.r. Manufactu,.erJ: ides. Scbleft'ellD W. H. & Co 170 and. 17:1 William. Hava11a Ciuar FlavtJY. f'rles Alex. & Rroe., 16 E:olle&e Place M4rut/__tUt-.rers D/ Li'ctJrit:e.' Hillier's R. Sons & Co ., 55 Cedar. Weaver & Sterry, Cedar &etll.Aaj 7 obaeto Tnrpterloo, Benael ]. Me]. & Co. ,., .1:! 119 Water. Fiolte Water. Linde F. O.tk Co., 142 Wat e r. McAleer, 41: A. & Co. r5l Soath. Heakell Jacob, :lilt { &: Menroe. Straun, 'S. 17Q &.. 181 Lewis. 1. Wicke William. Co., 153-r61 Goenk. Cigar B11t, Cttir aruJ otller Daly & Co., 1 6 3 Malden Lane "' Ctgr Heppenheimer & Maurer, 12 &,24 N WUll.am. Lobenstein & Gans, 101 Maiden I &oe Wicke, Wm. &: Co., l!J I61 G oerck. Cigar Ribbotu. t A.lmlrall ;. J., 16 Cedar. Ma"oftrJrtrr if ToJ>au ri-Ecil. Croekej. J .. 38 Crosby& a63 & Mulberry JmjJorl1rs of Tin Foil. Wittemann Brothers, William. Tohll.'"" .Jlggi'}Z. Howard, Sanger & Co., 105 & 107 Chambers Lbeh. The Hatch Lithograpbte Co,, &' Vesey H eppenheirn.er & Maurer 12 North WilHam ag.tr-8()Jt ""J HeppeDheimer & &: 24 N William. Wwft'Chao, A.., Obath:un. 1'obacco Staling Wax. Ztnsee-r W. & Oo., .19 7 William. Ahfl{rs. of Kinney Bros. Ratuia Cizretur. Kinney F S 141 West Broadway. Arnec7 ftW PcrrgJJU: lftd Corn Hw.sll DuBois Tbeo .00 PearL -&T!Lpl and Outters c. ....... Cigar MWith. Brol'(D, .A. & F. 57 6r L ew1s Erichs H. 'W., South. LobeDstekl & Gans, sos Malden Lane Clit,IIT llhwltl and Srrapa. Brown A. &: F., 57 Lewlo. Manuja East S e v enty fifth /'aunt I"'prwed T oltacc o Cueu,.. Kinney Francis S., 141 Broadway W\JI&teiu Henry, 67 Thir d ave. t uLa. F1rme,. Rusna, Ciraretlu. Eckmeyer &. Co., 48 Broad and -48 New S{.Ul.tciry &-> M&Koh;/3 Ru.s.s.fan CiTa"ttu. RUHi.an American Manufacturing Co. ] A .. LQbuin, 53 Broadway. of C ig are ttes Basch J. & Co., J3S Chatham. Jlank1. Qennan.A.mencao, cor. Broadway and Cedar. Internal R even ue Bi>olu. }ourgea&eD, C. 37 Liberty. Foreirn aud :Jo,.ntic lla'jkers Sterabera-er. N. Ill. S. 44 Es:chaugd' Plac.e. of Fine, Logand Straiglat Cut C,.'IJ$nt/U!z. Peoare Louis N. 71 john. ManMfactiiYWI tJi Metal aHd Wodtn S!ww .Ficurn-Wc't4.a .. a Wit.ltcut S"""j,.,.g A pjJarah'l Demuth, Wm: & Co., Broadway. Ma7ea(ehirer of SAtt!W Fipr11. Strause S. 179 & 181 Lewis. 1 J Dea/1-r.s in Sfanislt. Cig-a,. Bo.x C1da1'. Eifert']ohu F., Uptegrove & Gedne), 465-475 East Tenth. '6oit Ma.n'lt/_acht1t'er o/ the Orir-i.,.al Gre111. Seal. Emmet W C .. 74 Pine. ALB.AliY N. Y. of T!Jacco. Greer'a du 'Broadway, BALTDIORE. Ttkco IYuoiiUJ,. Albrecht P A. S outh Frederick Barker & Soutb Gay Bu.ter & Bird, u Commerc e CLARKSVILLE, Tean. Lsaf Brourr. Claix J & Co., 117 Habbard N & Co., 245 State Lee Geo. .150 St:ate. London & Bidwell. :126 and :uS State. Shephard A: State. 8i880D A. L & .F., 134 JLaiu. Welles C. & Co., .. Westphal Wm. 2:18 liOPKil'ISVILLE, K7 TohAClO Broi!Jers. Clark, M. H & Bro. .JANESVILLE, Wt.. Pack81' :md IJealm i n Seed LMJ. Fendrich Fra.nci.Si. LANCASTER. Pit.. Deakr i11 Leaf Tobacco. Schuberth. C G Sldl ea & Fre y ,.6r :l., 37 Ga:r Gauther, L. W. 9 South Gay Kerc'k.boft' f9 South Ollarlee J. D, Co. PHJJ,ADEZ:.PIIIA. Tob.Juco J:Y NcllUJc,. Loose C. & C"o., 69 South Chades. Merfeld & Kemper, 117 Lombard Parlett B F. & Co., 9> Lombard. Paul Wuu, 17 South. Schroeder Jo-I! Oo .. Br Escbance Place. Tat., Maller t1/J Co., 52 South Gay Wtrnck. E. E., 46 and South Charles. Wloehm.eyer Ed. & Co., 39 Calvert Tobauo FIIClors. 1: Nieman a, 78 South Charles'. Hoffman, Lee & f'...o., '3 Exc ha.oge Place. M.nu{actrera, ere Felper F W & S o n 90 South Charles M..a.rburg Brothers, 145 to 149 S. Ob&r1ea St. Wilkens H. It Co ., 18s l'ratt. PMi4rr of &.d-Lsaf To6Mto, Brothers, 98 Lombard. S111Nff M""" ia.ct,.,..;.-8. Starr R. 111Co. >l South Ca l v er' Dlahrst'n. SMDRiHr, C!uwi,z, and fuu:i C t(an. Rosenfeld S &: Ct>., t:i3 1!:%-cbange Place. Pat11Lt St6,. .Rolkr. i.erckholl' G. & Co., Q Mouth Charles. ToO r cco fr'ertiUurS. Lorentz & RittlP"r BOSTO:R. Otnna i uion MerCJIZatl Helyolte 0. 0 .. uCentral 'Wharf. IHtJ/Ht Itt Havatt nd Donurtie Lmf Til. and c;,.-. DaTeoaport .._ Leg., &9 Broad. BREIIEK. Gel'm&Jl7. To611cco C.ley .James 4t_ Co, N. .E .cor. Third and Rac e Ji)Oban & Taitt, 107 Arch. Dunn T. :J. & Co., sth-and :Vin,e. F'.dward8, G. W. & (;o., 62 .North Front. };isenlohr Wm. II& 05 S. >atlo. Theobald A. H ., Third and Poplar. Wells & Roberts. fhlrd ani:l Girard United St.ate1 Cigar M.anufactery, JStb & Vlne. Mtzoufcturers of Fi.u Cig'aTI. Frechle A. U 64 Nerth Front" 'Klein H. E. Feurth and Ches1nat. MIIIIUifacttwrr6 o.t_ a,.J SM#ltMr Htckmau, & Co ,,H..s Cartw. PI'A'TSBUBCjiH. p_,., 11{ &.a,. W eymu ell Brn., 79 ond lr Amlthtielcl. MMtUJ4drW'"' "Ezal.ri,. Sf-Bll" 01./aer ToiJC.ttiz Mllc4iTP Walltai.D HeDQ". IS Myrtle Ma.,fMturw IJ TIIDM<4 PoucA Pieas Noral&aaB.,,J6i!Hort. Nnuil IIMI a: Gr-1u Liberty PBOVIDEl'IC;, lt.J. y"M" ;. Ci'za."L hrr!Di!-on Vi. J.>. us Dyer. JJ([ft'ALO, 'l!f. Y. riWIIIIi Dltlir i B-a a6 l.Aaf-, QtTDICl!', ILL" Manufatturersof Plug .:1 Gem City TebacCo WQrka; E ; H : TUrner1 Pree.; M. Goodman. Sec.; M.. M.outager. Zlnlr G. W ,.,a Pearl. & L1a.J, CMw' '"If >Ui S-.i;Mg T.utr, Cody S. Browo's lr Co., '41 Mala CHICAGO. in, Dlr .,... Sud L,.'Wf .. lleismaan, .K.oeoig &t Subert, 14 N Caaal. ; LHJ 1'...._ d Oaoe S. S. & Co ? Soath Water ...J Deln-'" M.a.u.rcr (.;. F. 18? Ciar&. ,.. Delli1r1 io LJ ToiiMtL Broe., 11Weit Ranaulph. J+lnt/llfll-rm I]' Filii Cot CMwitJK .,. it,, uti I-f Td-. : 'Bec:k .t Wirth, u and 24 1 TMoct:o .Ap-. A7 Cary D ibrell W m. E., 41<0 Cary. lrf\ll.i 8.. A J C"'''"u-i:-Mro'<..Js ,('!"' tN Sak 'I( Ma"' ;acttlrYd ,Wr!PIJ.&Co' l I : ,. of 7'oi!Mco, T., lii'.a De:.ler i fAij!Tol>lltiOJ. > M...ay D, L.,lllll MI:eot- r ,SAJI F&A.NCISCO. Tbe Cooaolidated Tobacco Co. of CallfMpla, Jr.. :Srlgg. Al!enl. >07 SPRIN'GPIELD. llrlau. Snaith H & eo ,., IIa.n>.J>d- t ST. LOUIS.-,Me, NEW YORY..., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, NEW ADVERTtsEIEITS THIS WEEI. SIXTH PAGE. Bader &Blrda Tobacco Commfaloa Mercbanta. Baltimore, Md. Barker a: Wagpe;J:.lmporledand Domestic Leaf Tobacco, & itJmore/Md Geo. Kerckbotr & Co., Packero of Seed Leaf and d.,.lers In Spanltlb To baccos, Jlaltimore, M.d. James M. &: Peyton Wise, Comm.iaa1on Merchant. for tbe Purcbaae of Leaf Tobatoco, Danv1lle and RlcbmoRd1 Va SEVENTH PAGE. Banner Tobacco & <:o.,l!hlladerphia, P: F. 1:V, Feiner & Sou, Tnbacco Worta. Baltimnore ad. SUBSCBIP'l'IOIS m The following tin11o han ltladly conseated to receive Subocriptlons and Adver1isementl for T11a LBAF: -AJIITERDA.JI, HOLLAJrD,-Me .. r;o. SCHA.4.P & VAN V1:EN, Tobacco Brokers. AI!ITWER.P, BELGJt1JI,-Mr. VICTOR FORGE,lsaportM of Leaf Tob8.9CO, Rae de BALTDIORE, I[)).-Messrs. ED. WISCHMEYER & CO., Commls oion MerchantS ud Dealers iu Leaf, Plu'&' T obacco and >9 Calvert Street. BREIIEll, OIIIRIIA.l!iY .-Me .. no. F & SON, Tobacco Merchants. CHICAOO,ILL.-Mr. H ENRY H. ADAMS, Tobacco facturen' Agent, SLake Street. CI5CUiNA.TI, OHIO.Mr. F. A. PRAGUE, Leaf Tobacco Ins pectQr 76 West Front Stred. CLARKSVILLE, TEI'VN.-Me ssrs. M H. CLARK & BRO., Lear Tobacco Brokers. DANVILLE, VA,-Meosn. PEMBERTON & PENN, Tobacco Com miuion Merchants. .RA.V A.!iA, OUBA.-Messra. J. F. BERNDES & CO. HOPKINSVILLE, KY.-Me....._ M. H. CLARK & BRO., L oa t Tobacc o Brokers. LANCAiiiTEB, PA.-Mr. C. G SCHUBERTH, Dealorln LIVERPOOL, E!iGLA.lliD.-Nesaro. COPE BROTHERS &: CO. Tobacco and Clpr Manufacturers, ro Lord N elaon Street. L0t1IBVILLE, KY.-Mesars. WM J. LEWERS,'8t:cretary or the Tobacco Bpard oi Trade, .Eleventh aad Malo Streets. .& C. SCBUBER TH.Ileeler ;D Leaf To"' PA.DtfC::A.R, KY.-M.aan. M. H. CLARK Ill BRO., Leaf Tol>&cce Brokers. PETSRIB11RO, VA.-Meun. LEROY ROPER 6 SONS, Tubacco Coamiuiou M:erchaats. PIIILADELPHIA, PA.-Mr. A. R. FOUGERAY, Tobacco Ma'nufactoren' Aceut.. 3J North Front Street. lllCW O&LIIIANS, LA.-Messrs. KREMELBERG, SCHAEFER &: CO., Tobacco Factors and Commission Metcbants, J86 CODUDerce StreeL ltiCRHOND, VA.-Mr. R A MILLS, Tobacco Broker and Comai't sioo lter-:ha.nt, Tobac co Exchas,.e, Sbockoe Slip. 1 ST. L0t118, JIO.-Mr. ] E. HAYNES, Lear Toj>ac<:o, >7 South Second Street. JOB PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, j EXECUTED AT THE 1 MOST REASONABLE PRICES, BY "THE TOBACCO LEAF" PUBLISHING CO. r 142 :l'ul tOn N. Y. ,. Our patrons' who May 1 will confer a B.e:aiovals. r contemplate moving on or before favor by promptly communicating to us their new business addresses, in order that no delay or mistakes may occur in the qelivety of THE bEAF to and to afford time to make uecb sary changes in adver-tisements. We solicit this info,!' mation from our patrons in this tity and BULK PA;KAGES. IFRED'K 011; GALIIIII MAltll 11' ACTO& Y 011' JlA. V .A !IrA. co., 84 and 86 READE STREET, NEW YORK, Proprietors of the LA ROSA ESP.ANOLA. FACTORY. :York, 1 MANUFACTURERS OF THE "EL OLUB DE Y A.'PE" KB' Y WEST:. HA. VAN A crGABS. f We hereby notifY All parties whO 'Infringe on { w. tc c.-. f another article we have endeavored to do what, for Acquired under the Laws of the I United the want of opportunity, we,.were obliged to omit in our prosecuted -by L8Wti States,' that they' will previous edition, namely, to give a detailed narrative of facts conn ected with tbe old subject of packiPg fine-cut Oll.oe 85 Pille St. WEII:i .clc CO. chewing tobacco, which has been most inopportune-ly OaroB:mt e. l8'1._ 1 revived by a clau se in the Mmrison Revenue Bill, pro. h 1 viding for the packing of all cut tobacco i11 parcels oot tion of the existing law on subject. What the cornthis discrimination if oautiolll-notice was be only exceeding sixteen ounces in we1ght. This measure has merchants.. all ov.er the have desired was feature of the law requiring the trade hav been sprung upon the outtirfg trade without a moment's not the abolit ion of. the provision making it coming in the habit of speaking of it as the "cautionwarning at the instigation of the Commissioner of Inter-pulsory to have either the manufacturer' ot the prolabel nuisance," and the bill, accordingly, nal Revenue, who seems, in this instance, to be mainly prietor's name appear on the notice, but also tbe abro-takes up the sententious phrase 'c:)t the trade and pro solicitous of contributing to the convenience of the office 9 f other pwvision requiring the name of the poses legislation !hat w i ll simply dispose of this particu under his charge, regardless of the effect of the adoptioD manufacturer to be branded, stencilled or impressed on Jar phase of question; the more important of his recommendation upon the fine-cut interest of the each package of ping tobacco. It is something gained, issue involved wholly untoucli ed. This omission may West, the sf'ctioa of coul:ttry from which he comes, and merchants admtt, not (o be obliged to advertise on three be attributable to the that the framers of to whose potent influence in political affairs he iD sides of a box 'the source whence they receive the tothe bill have be .en misled by the imperfect clue aiforded !10m'! measure, indebted for the official po, siliou .whick bacco they sell, are w hen th e IIian facturer\ by the P.hrase respecting the of { he legislation he now occupies. 1 r name is on the caufio.n-notice, the itself, an.d the actually needeo to meet the wants of the! commission In the artiCle referred 'to we have refrained from the stamp denotlng tbe p11yment 'of the tax. But the ga merchants ; but it more to suppose tHat it expressi on of ou r perso!Jal opinions respecting the pro is, after all slight, and not such a one as they felt they is due 10 the reluctance of the Commissioner of Internal priety of tho legislation deeming it our duty right to expecti;:;-"Vlew of -th. e necessily f o r a more Revenue to tbe name of the manu merl!ly to present bias a fair and impartial stateliberal concession, a n d tpe ease and s afety with wljich on packages of tobacco. He is evidently de ment of the and interests involved in the more could have bee11. a c;cortled. It is conte n ded that s l rous of having th e m3n hfacturer's name imprintetl on questiun of packing tobacc o as viewed from < the diver:an invidious dis'cr i mina{ion is made against (a()tors arip each as well written qn the stamp. Totco iYIIrtllauses. DonaJ,t&el' C, & :a. 4i. Co l23 )(arket. ToiNtcco C:.mruio MrcUnu. M..f-" of Fine-Cut -a Smolz i n/[ Tobce. o.f de alers in compelling them either to their There is yet time, to have bill and liehevmg that our Western fnonds Will find means or advertise tp tbc!ir customers in s o as t o to the of_ the cciqimis t ; malre 31il\owS; and respected in\Vasbingtoli. alL of. t\le wprld ;!he na mes .. 6f man11 acturers sion trade, and to the end t hat this may be done, we -Western cutters may rely upon it that if they do not whose goods f!.Te. introduee? and almos t here xe apituTate, an .d. 'npe'a'-ro} we1 know nOt 1how approve of the proposed change in the its \h!.ou ; ;ih of man y tirne's--:-the' modifi c ations th!it 'ate $ought0 iii the will no en )c?nragement from East ern l iop. And the ,onerqus ts renderep none the I t is d'esire First / That the pr6vision manufacturers, wh0 have and repeatedly exJess d isagreeable py ,the fact tha't p e rformance i3 "faking it compulsory 101 pr! nt1 the m'&nufacturetos or presse d their wilijugntss to subordin aJe t he i r owo prefer, ins isted upop in the absence o f real neces;ity for it .' proprietor's name on the ca1u t ion notice sha!J be r ences w t-he necessilies of the "'ester .. fine cut trade. lf it were' dear tha t the revenue from to bacco CO'ill d be llboli s he d ; Second, is de sired that it shall 'be rhade THE SHADOW WITHOUT THE more certai nly collected by having the manufacturer ::;; optional with the tob a cco trade, to print, or omit to rint J'. & Bade; 3731 375 aud 317 Mala Sp,eau. .Sroe.. i;. Co 5'l and 54 East Tblrd. LAl Tait.ar.co Hnhrm.Rno. F W .. t n-r n .,, Vlott :ot.ud ll.orna W. G. 71 W F.ron t I Mattufactu"'e" "' C..)(Grl and m Le n ct ice, as is contemplated in the amended 'revenue bi!l,_is the shadow of a favor to the eye and withholdin'g tbe subst l nce f ( om the grasp of !hose who have been solicitous of a fDOdificaenu.r e to -Governm ent. -:But as benefit results in no tooacco. 1 de!jrfe to s erious losses There is no partifular ?bjecti?n to the name of the factors al)d dea \ers it appears in tbe, last degree u nfatr manufactu1 er on tl'le 'stamps for the purpose and '\mwise to perp etuate tb(: requirement. of But it is believed, that even thls re It been becase convenient, to refer to quirement could l:fe d ispensed with 1wit h ollt detril1/ent, '< CIGARETTE FACTORY OF J. BASCH & CO at t 36 New York. __

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' by r.ubstituting some device in cypher, to. accompany each stamp, which would enable the penon 1n charge of the stamp division of the Revenue B11reau to trace a auspected package of tobacco directly to the factory "'fbere it waa made IC each package of toba,cco bears the imprint of the State, tlie cOllection district and. number of the factory where it was manufactured, It ts claimed that the revenue officers will have all the clue need to trace goods that are in any respect irregu lar and it is thought that the law can be so amended as to make this indice tbe sole uquirement without preJU dice to manufacturers, and with great advantage to commission merchants, factors and jobbers. THE PB.OPOSED AMitNPMENTS TO THE Ilf'.l'ERBAL l LBA bulk-packing. StiU another rea.<; on has, without doubt, PITY TKE Soaa ows OF Pooa MILLIONAIREs.Jones, ditions necessary tn the production of a cigar are almost C d Shuon &: Co. having more silver than they know w hat the same as in Cuba. They have called UpOn various been instrumental in causing the ommissioner to a to do with, iolli&t that the Government of the Umted members of Congress who have taken up with their vise this radical modification of the existing law-the States shall step in, and, by the coiRage of silver dollars, matter and bestowed upon it gre:ot favor, and the proba one already referred to in our previous issue-namely, prevent the fall in price which o':er-a?undance of bilities are that some great good to the trade will be a determination to pet;manently dispose of, if possible, the precious metal would otherwtse mevttably cause. accomplished by them. tb I o I ec-""'rr o'--ed of what Shall this impudent de111and be acceded to? -------e con 1n_u us y r un mg uns .., pro., -A.-wen to Correspeudents. to9acco IS and what is NOT entitled to be packed in ON TO WASHINGTON.We expect to see a numerous NoRTH CAROLINA, April IS, 1876.-EDITOR TOBACCO bulk; in other words, where the line of demarkation is" delegation of our Western friends wending way LEAF :-We are in want of some information relative to that denotes the end of .fine-cut chewin,r and the begin-Wasbingtonward to oppose the proposed a9olltlon of the tobacco trade that we supp<)se no one is so w'ell ning of S11tokin,r tobacco. This problem has puzzled packing nne-cut tobacco in bulk packages. As the qualified as yourself to furnish. If you will answer the feeling is very strong on the subject at the West, the following questions you will confer a great favo on us: and defi Revenue since June 6 r872 and manufacturers of that section should be by First-What quantity of cigars was consumed in each a solution bas time and again 'bec;n sought at the hands their most representative men of the years 1870 and 1875? of the cutting trade itself, a large meeling of cutters Second-Is the consumption of smoking tobacco in-' PULLING DowN TOBACCO BARNS.-Several tobacco having been convened for the purpose of solvin!: bl creasing at the expense of cigars? and ,why ? or barns, says the K. E. Homesletzd, are pulled or own it by request of ex-Commi5sioner Douglass and down in Hatfield, and a number of tobacco fields sown v e rsa? Tkm/-What quantity ,of smoking tobacco-all vane attended b y one of his prominent to onions. This will remin'd veteran Sunderland grow -ties-was consumed in the years 187o and I875? and lives, in April, 1875, as will be remembered ers of the tearful product of the time when the business aive us the consumption of each variety of smoking --ro Tra .... was so overdone that the crop sold for about twelve ,.. The ... a.,-...,at ....,. by our readers, .at the office of Supervisor Hawtobacco in ISI7o and t!I7S cents a bushel. b .l The Morrison Internal Revenue bill provides that ley of this city. That meeting, unfortunately, left Fourlk-Wbat is tendency of to acco as regarws II be d d b A I C Th al to P t Up all these qu eries in Europe ? 1 section 3,36:r, Revised Statutes, sha amen e y the matter just it was befor ; and _since that time, N MPORTANT RJSIS.e propos u h fine-cut chewing tobacco in small packages certainly Please let us hear from you at your convenistriking ou'l, in the clauses rela:ing lo c ewmg as the preceding two years, whenever tobacco forcea upon Western manufacturers a very important ence and oblige Yours respectfully, .D. tobacce, the followir.g words:-" EXce_pt tha fine-c6t bas been seized any part of the country for being issue. It is not however a new one, and has been REPLY.-Fi1st-It is impossible to do more than tobacco at the option of manufacturer_, .packed in bulk, when it was thought it tp be thoroughly discussed for years; but the danger of conconjecture what m1mber of cigars is actually consumed pu up in Ji'ckages coatabmag ten, twenty, packed in s i xteen-ouu e packages or less, it has been siderable loss to a majority of the Western manufactu1in this country in any one year. Dividing the taxable forty sixty pouadll each. The effector this proviso, c:utomary for the Commisaioner of Internal Revenue to ing interest, if the proposal becomes a law, is none the production of cigars in 1875 among eight million of tf I t become -WiD be to c()wapel a!l.a.e-cut chewing submit sanfpll!s of 1 he goods se zed to leading fine-cut less imminent, and should be met at once. consumers, Mr. Kimball, Chief of the tobacco divist?n tobacco to be put up in paioell ot sixl!een m d\Jf:ieturers t b r opinion as to the proper classiToBAcco AND CANNIBALISM.It is said that one of :r ounces in weight each, tpe 'Same 'as ok 'nc and ficadon, .and if h e y dedded that the samples were the F i ji cannibals that Barnum imported four yenrs ago per annum for that year. Assuming this calculation to I d b Th. h l'k 1 t b t is to be married shortly to a young German girl whose be approxlmately correct, the following table will enable granu ate to acco. ts c 1s 1 e y o e s rentlsmoking t'Obacco, the was made permanent; a ,nd c... k b' H d r Btuer eeps a Cigar store 10 t IS city e IS a goo our correspondent to make for himself the comparison ously opn_ osed by the cutt e rs of Wes t .for the re;u;gn jf they-decided it was fine-cut chewing, the goods were loo" g fiellow of twenty fiv .. with European features .. m "' sought, provided he has a copy of ttie Census Report at that the greater part of their trade is done in bulk release d. and a Jight yellow COplplexion. His name is Kin-a-boohand, which we have not where we happen at this packa ges, or, as in the worcls of toe statute, in ten, In this brief summary we have endeavored to )!Jrqent yac. He speaks English, and has become Americanized moment to be writing:, .... d k So L h His show companions call him simply J il n. twenty, forly and: S;atJ ponn pat: ages. me Ol t e the salient feature:! of this question, SO toatthe impellinjO ANNUAL PRODUCTION AND IMPORTA110N OF CIGARS AND 'We11tern cutteu have witbiJJ a few years extended their motive for the amendment may be understood by those B 'AxTER & BIRD oF BALTIMORE.-This firm, though CIGARETTES. 6 8 business so as to embrace the sale of consideral;lle to whom the question is a-novel one and those that are dating orJy since November last, ranks among the most ---00 quantities of tobacco in the smaller foil paroe!s :similar to be affected by it wil promptly recognize the real. prominent business firms !)fthe city of Baltimore. Their I 8 7 1--------------------------------I,J32 44,357 . warehouse is at No. I2 Commerce Street, where 1hey I 72------------ ---- I,527o977 to those at the East-a. very lew that might be aamed projectors of the under consideratiOn. The carry on a general commission trade and deal extensively I873 ..... -_ ---------------------r ,8o 7 ,034,646 having established a very large tr a de in goods put up in prop o sition i ntroduc e d by Mr. Morrison to abo lish the in manufactured tobacco. The hom;e was formerly 1874 ..... ---.------I,886,697 ,498 this manner. ],JUf tthe m ajori ty of the cutters of the pr i v i lege orbulk packing, at t his session, or i gin a ted, we known under the style of Baxter & Norvell, an'd upon I 87S-------f--h----_ :---h-1;{6 7.959 662 Western States hawe been accustomed to rely upon believe in the office oflnterna l Revenue the dissolutio11 of the old copartnership the title was Secofn -k' r.e arebnot 0 t t atht e consump-f h d r M B' d h h d t10n o smo tng to acco ts mcrea s mg at t e expense o their bu l k trade, which s eemed peculiarly adapted to the Eatern fin e-cut toba cco man u facturers ma y c.r may c ange to tts present .orm, r. tr avmg pure ase 0 th t h the entire interest of Mr. Norvell. c1gars! nor vzce versa. n con rary, we ave preferences of l 'Vestern and Southe -rn jobbers and connot approve at thts ttme of the proposed change, but so to b'eheve that the conEumpuon of both arttcles 1s now sumer s and have mani(ested l i ttle or uo inclination to far as we are aware they have taken. no steps to bring TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ON THE DoLLAR.-The credisteadily on the increase i n the ratio uf the increase of adopt the system of packing generally in vogue in the the change about nor if we can interpret the feeling tors of Messrs. J. F Flagg & Co., tobacco manufactur?ur and that the pro rata equality of the ers, Ftrst D i strict, Brooklyn met yesterday at the offic e mcrement 1s remarkably well preserved from year to Eastern States. To most of the Western manufacturers, here correctly, are they hkely to take any s'!ch steps of A.M. Cunningham, Regi ster in Bankruptcy, No. 1s7 year. The impulse that was given to the consumption therefore, the abolition of the privilege of packing in without the cencurrence and co operation of the Western Montague Street. The firm recently failed in business. of smoking tobacco by high taxes imposed on cigars pails, casks and barrels will appear if designed to manufacturers. Commissioner Pratt is from the State k ftf'r a brief session the creditors agreed to accept the prior to x868 has been partially neutralized by the uni favor the manufactu{e r s of the East at the expense of of. Indiana, and Mr. Morrison is from Illinois, and both firm's offer of twenty-five cents on the dollar, payable form lower rates i!'lposed since th a t .. !lo those of the West. Eastern cutters, on the other hand. gentlemen are probably laboring under the impression in eight, twelve and sixteen S. Waters c abngbelebeehn made m ratfe of ont cbatgars tt tsl.nqgutttoe retires from the firm. :\.,... 1 pro a t e consump ton o smo mg o ceo, ow though having. lattell'ly developed quite a trade in bulk that if sot promotmg, at least, are not tnjunng the its relative cheapness, would have seriously affected the r f h SPKCUIEN REPORTING.-A mor n paper published tobacco, have alwaws entertained the opinion that it great tobacco manu.acturing interest o t etr section m f, d production and consumption of cigars in the interval the following Washington Qispatch a e.w ays aa:o : d would be ltetter for the cutting interest everywhere to this matter;" though in this view, if it be their view, they Thel'e is a larg'e delegatiort of tobacco men from Florida, that .has elapsed since the .year x868.. Lower taxes an bowe the privilege ooi packing in bu l k abolished, and are likely to find themselves mistaken thro11gh direct New York and Baltimore, in the city endeayorJng t 9 1mprovements m the and f 1 f b d of c1gars and tobacco have contnbuted ver:y matenally packages of chewing tobacco limited in size to one, four, wtth thetr fnends and before defeat the increase o the tax on ea to acco, propose within a few years to the of tbe d I th this article goes to press. We beheve we utter tile by the Morrison tariff 'bill.-The "large delegation" and tobacco interests, our htmself bemg eight an Sixteen ounces. n expressme: etr convtc comprised Mr. John Straiton, firm of Straiton & Storm, tions on this subject, have always disclaimed any unanimous sentiment of the Eastern fine-cut trade whe11 Mr. Seidenberg, firm of Seidenberg & Co., and Mr. a notable example of what these favorable influences desire to interpose any obstacle to the growth of the we say there is no desire here to disturb the existing McFall, firm of McFall & Lawson, cigar manufacturers have achieved for the latter. Weatern trade, and have expressed their partiprovision of the act of July 20, I868, respecting packing, of this city, the latter two haviug factories at Key watybof determiningd the qudantitdy w Fl 'd or vane 1es o smo mg o consume or pro uce aJiW.fQ.,t: sma)J packages solely on account of the fact so long as 1t retnams m harmony with the wtshes and est, on a. in the years named, or in other years, as the statistics that they believed there would be less opportunity interests of Western manufactdrers. PREPARED TO BE ANNIHILATED.We are quite pre-of the ReveAue Bureau do not, in all instances discrimifraud, and, conseqlSently, more protection to both Gov-pared to be journalistically annihilated by a certain West-nate in the classification of manufactured t<>bacco emment' and' manufacturers, if small packages were MINOR EDI'l'ORIALS. ern tobacco organ on the subject of bulk packages brought under taxation. The following table and ob-That journal bas frequently assailed us on the same subservations may assist our correspondent in forming an exclusi v ely used, than if pails, casks, or barrels were SENATOR JoNES' RALLYING CRY.-Great is the-State ject, and will probably now pour out the vials of its opinion on the subject of his inquiry:-also and which could be re filled indefinitely in of Nevada and lhe silver thereof! wrath not already-emptied. Still we fancy' we shall sur -ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF MANUFACTURED TOBACCo. V"IOlation of law. I! is alleged that by concerted arrange' vive the infliction, consc1ous that we have endeavored Pounds. -OMITIED.-The pressure upon our columns compels 8 88 8 tobacco can be, and is, sold by unscrupulous to treat this difficu l t question, regarding which views so I 70---------------------90,2 ,o r ... ua to defer until next week the publication of' the Do-d' h ld h r d 8 58 8 6 manufacturers to unscrupulous dealers in fraud of the mestic Receipts." widely tvergent are e wtt .atrne s s ah as repreI 7I------------------Io 2 9 3 se11ting the opinions ot the entire tracle. J;Javing done IR72--------------------1o7,26o, 855 revenu e the latter concealing the illicit material in h ..d d' d th b b' h I8z3 116 440 934 AN ExcELLENT NuwBER.-We call tlte attention of t ts, we can auor to 1sregar e a u s e m w 1c our -------------------, P ackages previollsly used, and selling it at d 11 di b cotemporary indulges. 1874-------------------u8, 548,6x8 the trade to the vane mtsce any regar ng to acco m 8 8 6 retau therefrom, and that this practice is continued in I 75 ...... ....... .... I2 l rs,Igo the present issue of our journal. To-day, at least, we A FooLISH ARGUMENT.-A Western correspondent Th xh'b' 1 d ff. b Som. e '1nstance11 without intermission, it being difficult, b f b 1 f h ese e 1 Us me u e snu -averagmg, per aps, certainly keep fully a reast o t e tve ISSues o I e asserts that the present proposal to pack all fine cut 3 000 000 pounds per annum-and omit fractions of a when investigations are made, to prove that the packtime. tobacco in small packages, is the result of a conspiracy pound. age has been re filled, no matter how frequently the' act APTER A TOBACC O RING. Jose ph B. Kinlan, of on the part of the princtpal tin -foil manufacturer in the ..4NNUAL PRODUCTION OF SMOKING TOBACCO. of refilling may have occurred. It is, moreover, affirmed North Carolina, has been arrested in Memphis, Tenn., country to enrich himself. While it can not be denied Pounds. 'bl fill ck h f d"' d h G t tbattheuniversaluseoftinfoilpackageswouldcertainly I87 o ___ _. _________________ 2869 8143 that so long'a.S rt 1s po5Sl e to re-use or re-pa ages on a c arge o e1ra1.1 mg t e 1\)Vernmen tn tax on increase the bus iness oli the gentleman referred to, we 1 b'd" (: ct e r bl t b tobacco, but it is said the real object of his arrest was I87I ..... -............ -.30,5I,7,636 ill tbis way, aw-a I mg manu a ur rs are ta e o e to secure him as a witness against the tobacco ring doubt whether he has the slightest concern in the preI872.. ..... -.... : .. -.. J6,8SI,290 brought into tro11ble 'Wit)l the revenue authorities whenthere. sent movement. Mr. Crooke is already too wealthy a 18 7 3 ...... Nor specified evet k be theft' nam45 lind brands man to render it necessary for him to resort to under1s74 ________ -----_______ Not specified to btl cletectell iu illicit use, e contentS, like the pack.-TB& HELP OF GucE.-A Soutberq paper says that hand methods to increase his income, and the fact pro1s75_ : _____________ -----Notspecified when the revenue detectives of Mobile boarded a bably that be has no more to do 1 with urging the It will be seen I rom these various tables that there i n the absence of eyi&ience !the contrary, appear-steamel' direct from uba the other day, the captain measure before Congress tban had the manufacturers ot bas been a regular and measurably uniform annual in ing as if emanating from one and the same so'!rce. In invit!!d them be:ow to dine, and while he was saying a wooden pails and other ustd)n bulk packing crease in production, and it is reasonable to infer in addition to this risk, it is claimed that another greatdisadvery lengthy grace, the crew put ashore "lot of smugin opposing it. consumption also, from 1870 to 1875, both years invantagct enures to manufactgrers in gleQ; FAILURE MESSRS. FREY BRos & Co.-The failure elusive. Referring again to Mr. Kimball, above menpopularizing their braBds of tobac.co, by having their C .., Wh d h C during the week of the Messrs. Frey Bros. & Co., cigar tioned, it may be remarked that he says:-" Dividing d b d h t d I h THE INCI1fNATI o>.DIORIALISTS.at o t e mmanufacturers, 44 Vesey Street, is announced, and the the 119,435,874 pounds of manufactured tobacco on goods depre ctate Y 15 ones ea ers, w to grah. Y cinnati memorialists say regarding the proposed aboliwhick fllxts we1e collecled during the last fiscal year 'd d h b tt t t 11 occurrence has given rise to some severe strictures on their cup1 tty, an t e e er. o aver susptcion, se In tion of bulk packages? Although not touched in equally amor:g eight million consumers, they will f the conduct of the firm by members of the leaf tobacco ferior tobacco from p ackages containinr; first their Memorial, the subjeet turns out to be o more pretrade who have lbst heavily by tile failure. Rumor puts a small fraction (about an ounce) less than fifteen quality goods put up, stamped and branded by some sent importance to the body of Western maaufacthe liabilities of the firm at about $9 o,ooo, but many pounds per capita.'' popular and legitimate--manufacturer. ture(Sthan even the reductiO-n of the tax. persons have expressed the opinion that this is an exF-urllr-We are not sure .that we comprehend the exd h 1 If f h 'I 1 aggerated estimate. For the purpose of the act purport of the final question, and so shall answer it These an ot er ev1 s resu mg rom t e pnvt ege a Busy DANVILLE.-Of the twenty-three plug and two facts in the case, we ailed on Saturday at the offir.e of briefly" in a general way. We judge that the consump lowed of packing cut chewing in bulk, it is smoking-toba4:co factories in Danville nearly all are now tion of cigars and tobacco in Europe preponderates 10 A m eof A th Uh the firm but found no one present competent to furnish claimeaby Eastern manufacturers, could be prevented m operation.-u s lie r m!'a us a e papers, information. This unfortunate event adds one more favor of the latter. In the Austrian and Prussian Emi( all cut tobacco had! to be put up for sale the manu-our own are all saying pleasant t{Uogs of Danto several failures of a similar nature, or differing only pi res, including Hungary, and in Spain, cigars are "actory in the manner prescribed for smoking tobacco. 'rille, W Baltimore CIJ.IIUuid/ of April 22 devoting in dearee, that have lattetly transpired in this city, and probably more freely used than tobacco, though tobacco nearly six lon g column& to the subject. in the three countries first named is alstt consumed ex-Tb d ad t 'net' dent to the present d11al s t suggests the inquiry, How much longer will a credir syse IS van ages 1 ys em tensively in pipea. But in most, if not all, the other dab th 1 f h VALLEYOFVIRGJNIAToBAcco.-CaptainJohnGI;t.ize, tembetoleratedthatencouragesmen of small capital 1 of packing, tt 1!1 con,ten e y e ac vacates o t e & b to become 80 deeply invOlved in debt, and then, tempts European States, Russia mcluded, there 1s doubt ess a k I bl h of Frederick County, Va., has JUSt ahtpped .our t ou. t d 1 t b d th abolition of bulk pac ages, are as app 1ca e tot e manu"' them to cheat their creditors in order to get rid of their grea ea more o acco consume m ptpes au m sand pounds of prime leaf tobacco, raised on his arm c tt 1 .. 1 d R d S of the West as they are to the manufacturers near Winchester, to Lancaster, Pa. It was the irst obligations ? Dealers in leaf tobacco, and dealers in ctgars. 1gare es are arg .. y use m ussta an pam, d a t th t d f b th ( d b d fi w every thing else, have it in their power to prevent and their consumption is rapidly increuing everywhere, of llhe East, an auec e ra e 0 0 sec Ions 1D preshipment of home-ratse to acco ever rna e rom lllin America as well as Europe We have only to add, 1 b aer chester. Captain Glaize will try it again season on auspensions, failures, assignments, pleas in bankruptcy, h A k b C1SC y t e same man and all the rest of the brood of ills that have of Jate t at mencan smo tug to acco 15 now, as our corre' '!'hose familiar with the history of this aubject are a larger scale. combined to make legitimate trade an enterprise almost spondent pas good reasoll to know, annually exported in aware that pretty much the same view as has obtained as hazardous as the traffic in lottery tickets., by simply large quantities to all parts of Europe, and we are glad A HEAVY Loss.-An Ohio asserts that t be ble t bse e fnrt her that th re 1"s a p spect of a .. ODg mamufacllarers has always been enterrelius1'ng to arant eredtts, except where it is made abso. 0 a 0 0 rv e ro Western manufacturers would lose mill i ons of dollars, c 1 1 s1 th t 'II bl tal.ned 1 0 the Office of Internal Revenue at was lutely certain that the debtor will meet his obligation at ongresslona egl atJon a WI ena e our c1ga u should the proposition to pack all fine-cut tobacco in r t to cr t ket broad fi th 1 maturity. A rigid adherence to this rule would, though manu.ac urers ea e a mar a or e r exingto1i. It has been the opinion there, as well as here, small packages become a law. We trust this is an eX only for a while, diminish the volume of business, but cellent productiou. h r de of -""king chewt'ng and smok' aggerated statement, but the Western manufacturers -------t at a un11orm mo .r-mg let if 1te so. It is better, far better to weep over goods d h should lose no time in having their views intelligently tobacco ought to be adopted, an t e argument adlaid before Congress. than after them. yanced by the various revenue Commissionen in sup8pedal Correspeaeaee of Tbe Tollaeao Leaf. 1 1 Nxw YoRK, April29, 1876. .. port of the opinion has been, briefly, that" The smaller the pack11ges the smaller the amount of fraud." There LET THE WEsT TAKE NoTICE.-The Western advocates of packing fine .cut in bulk should remember that the Eastern friends of that measure have no part nor lot in the present gitation. They abide strictly by their engagement not to push the matter until the West was ready to act in unison in the effort to abolish large packages. The present movement was originated by the Internal Revenue Bureau and by it alone. BARNJtrT against Sli:LLING.-This case came up again on Friday belor Justice Flammer, who dechned to held Selling for examination by the Grand Jury, and, accordingly, discharged him. plaintiff, Barnett, will, once more, bring the matter up on supplementary proceedings, when, he presumes, he will be able to secure the indictment of the defemlant. has, however, always been a. proneness in Washington to over-estimate the amount o,f fraud on the revenue in all taxable branches of trade, and in this particular in atance an under-estimate is not likely to have been made either formerly or recently. Both the revenue officers and the Tobacco Trade itself have, in fact, more rascality than ever really existed in the -trade. To sustain the theory that considerable frauds were perpetrated it has probably been brought to the atteution of Commissioner Pratt and his advisers that Westem fine-cut chewing tobacco is, and has been for 110111e time1 offered im this and other markets in ten poun!f pail; at from thirty-five to thirty-eight cents per THE CoNsTITUTIJNALITY QF. THE ExPoRT ToBAcco 1 STAWP TAX.-We have received a pamphlet brief of pound, when, except at a very great oss, It IS averred the case of Pace, tobacco manufacturer, against by manufacturers here, it can not be made and .Old at Burgess, internal revenue collector, of Virginia, which either price. Interpreting this circumstance as an indiwe should he plea5ed to publish if we had space to spare. cation of fraud somewhere, the Commissioner has The argument is on appeal to the S11preme Court of the doubtless made use of it before Committee of Ways United States, and is a masterly dissertation on the apd Means when recommending the discontinuance Of unconstitutionality of the tohacco stamp tax. CIGAR MANUFACTURERS IN WASHINGTON.-A recent EDITOR. TOBACCO LEAr :-In answer to my last comWashington dispatch says :-Mr. John Straiton, Secremunication, Messrs. M. Rader& Son state that of the tary of the National Tobacco Association of the United new crop Kentucky tohaccos which changed hands in States, and of the fir111 of Straiton & Storm, of New this market during the month of March, not one fifth York, Mr. Seidenberg, of Seidenberg & Co., Key West part was sold by thp four factors to whose circulars I and New 'X'ork, and Col. McFall, of Key West and New referred. Even if such were the case, we must not York, all large cigar manufacturers and representing the: lose sight of the fact that the quotations contained in cigar trade of United States, are in the city protestthe citculars of these four firms (on an average from ing an increued duty on imported tobacco, and to cent! lli,rker than the simultaneous quotations also advocating the establishment of bonded warehouses of Messrs. Ra(ler) were arrived at after due consulta for the maaufacture of ciga111 in bond from imperted tion with all other factors of pHlminence, among which, tobacco for export only. It is claimed by these gentle-as f josilively Jmqw, are also tltose wko mtzde tke very men, who wtll be as manufacturers of the sales on which, as Messrs. Rader pretend, their reliuuti fine brands of domesttc cigars from Havana tobacco, quolalitms are 6ased, though the latter parties c:arefully that the opportunity to make cigars in this country fDr avoid 2;iving apy particulars of these transactions by export would cause great 1 competition between the which the readers might Judge for themselves. United States and C11ba in tbe markets of England and Circulars which claim credence, you will admit, should countries receiving supplies from Liverpool. They say sta'te the "Truth only, or it would be better if they that on account of the disorganized condition of affairs were not publishetl at all, and the present question is in Cuba, labor is as a matter of fact b'igher than in the serious enough not to be joked about. But somebody United States; that the extension of a privilege like the I has suggested .Jhat henceforth Messrs. M. Rader & Son, opportunity to manufacture cigars from Havana tobacco when they print quotations of the market, also state without any mark that would denote the place of their alongside of them how many cents or fractionll thereof manufacture, would cause the of Cubah work their quotations may vary from prices at which sales shops to Flcnida and JAuisiana, where 1he climatic conactuai!J .llave been made. Respectfully, "T." MAY 3 Our own writes from York, Pa., under date of April 29, as follows :-1 was \'ery cordially received in Phil;;.delphla and Baltimore, and found all our old friends as true to us as ever. Tiede in both cities is, of course, rather dull, but all branches expect better times. Philadelphia is doin all it can for the Centennial, and Baltimore manufacturers:-Gail & Ax, Wilkens & Co., Mar burg Bros Feigner & Son will usist Philadelphia in makin g ;& fine Exposition. Balti more commission merchants in manufactured tobacco complain of the great depression in the export trade, and they say that Philadelphia and New York must suf fer from the same cause. The manufacturers of Canada having no duty to pay on licorice, get the best of us, and their factories are reported to be unable to.fill the large export demand. The merchants of Baltimore and Philadelphia, will hail with joy a of the tax on tobacco to sixteen C'ents a pound, but fear the pres ent is not a favorable time to advocate the measure. The Baltimore members of the tobacco trade, like those of New York, an-e being selected for places of honor and trust. Messrs J. B. Stafford and W. Seemuller have been elected Directors of the Baltimore and ObiG Railroad, and Messrs. W. A. Boyd and D. H. Miller, Directors of the Western Maryland Railroad. These are all gentlemen of high character and standing in the community, and will fill their positions with honor to themselves and the public at large. Becker Bros. of have made exl ensive im provements in their tobacco warehouse. They have been packing ahout li,Soo cases of Connecticut and Pennsylvania Seed leaf. Barker & Waggner, dealers in Seed leaf and Havana tobacco, have removed from 31 German, to :19 South Gay Street, for the purpose of ob taining better facilities for their increasing trade. York c ounty, Pa., is becoming promiRent in the culti vation of tobacco having raised last year almost one third as much as Lancaster. G. WASHII;:IGTON, April 29, -r876. EDITOR OF THE TOBACCO LEAF:Your correspondent during the wet!k has watched the interest manifested by a delegat i on of cigar manufacturers from yQllr dty, con sisting of Mes srs. John Straiton, Joseph Seidenberg and G. McFall, and their efforts to prove the inconsistency of the proposed tariff o:n tobacco and dgars as reported to the House in the Morrison Tariff Bill. Thes e gentle m e n were not only able to show that the Tariff Bill, as proposed, was, or would be, a detriment to their respec tive branches of this industry, but also a positive loss to the Government as w e ll as to the importers of the foreign art i cle. In other words, that neither the Goverament, the importer of cigars and tobacco, or the home marru tacturer, would be benefite,l, but, per contra, would all be sufferers alike by the contemplated change. The representations of those gentlemen were earnest, con sistent and intelligible, and could not be misunderstood. They were received C<>urteously by the heads of the Internal Revenue Department, and also by members o{ Congress, who have assured them of their fullest sym pathy, and promised assistance in meeting the very extraordinary change in the tariff on cigars and the ab surd advance in the duty on imported tobacco. Their success can hard! .)I be doubted. But these gentlemen did far more They pmposedin fact demanded, in a manly way, that the Government should permit the establishment of cigar factories wherever it was practic:able to do so. Mr. Straiton ad vocated the of a bill during the present session to !!Stablisb such a system of bofided factories for the manufacture of cigars exclusively for export, and was able to show that with the facilities asked for, the manu facturers of cigars in this country would be in a position to with the cigar manufacturers of Cuba or else where for the trade of the world. He was able to show that with such a system thousands of the idle !!ands would find employment Many of the skilled and prominent cigar manufacturers of Cuba would find their way to our shores bringing with thell) their reputable business and their capi tal, and at no very distant day the United States w euld be t be market of the world for cigars, as it is now for both manufactured and leaf to, bacco, there being now exported annually over three hundred. millions of pounds of leaf tobacco, the product of the United States alone. The 1\{orrison Bill No. 2, or as it is better known, 1 House B ill No. 3 I37, C overs many notable and interest ing changes or improvements in the adm i nistration of the Internal Revenue Department, and was highly com mended by this delegation. It is to be hoped that i t will pass, as one of the many petty annoya&ces it dis poses of is the omission of the manufacturer's or pro prietor's name on the socalled notices" that are required on every box of cigars. More anon. XXX. NEW YORK, May r, 1876. EDITOR TOBACCO LEAF:-The small package measure, if passed, will, undoubtedly, benefit all Eutern m\nu inasmuch as jt must necessarily largely in crease the sale of all foil brands in one ounce packages, that being the most desirable trade. This style of goods being put up by Westen} cutters to a small ex tent only, of course places thep1 temporarily at a disad1\antage, time being required to place their goods in market and get a reputation on same. All Eastern cut ters like the pail packafle, it being much better than packing the same ..quantity of tobacco in paper packages and less trouble and expense, besides keeping the goods in better condition and showing them to much bet 'ter advantage when elll:posed for sale. Of course better class of cuts :would have to be packed in foil packages ef 2, 4, 8, and 16 oz. for country trade. This cost at least three times as mueh as the expense of pails, now less than two cents per pound. The pail trade, it now stands, can be controlled by any manu facturer who will cut under in prices-nearly all jobbers selling the gooqs under their own brands, the manu facturer having no hold on them at all. If the amend ment should paas making it cumpulsory to pack all chewing as we now smoltmg, in justice to all cutters it should stipulate definitely that the goods must be packed wttb the manufacturer's name tzlone on the package; and entirely annul the proprietary notice sys tem now allowed. This would benefit, all and prevent the necessity of running a printing establishment larger than the accompanyin g tobacco factory, giving the manufacturer the of every package, advertising his goods instead of the jobher who sells tbem, as is now the case with the larger part of all amoking and pail chewing' sold. The jobber could be eaaily satisfied by giving him e1tclusive control of any brands be chooses to handle in quantities to justify such action. The plug ntanufacturers will be vastly benefited at the expense o! the cutters, should this 1:\w pass, tbe consumption of plug being largely on the increase, from the fact of such trash in the shape of low grade chewing in pails having ueen thrown on the matket by Western cutters. For this action of tbe Internal Revenue Department the Western men caa blame themselves, and no one el\'C, it being a well-known_ fact that fc.r months past cheap cqewing in pails has been sold by Western cutters at prices which if not below the cost of production at least admitted of no profit-smoking and shorts have even been sold at lower figures-the price over revenue tax, not coveri11g expense of paper, printing, packing and cues, counting the stock and cost of cutting as nothing. It has never been the policy of any Eastern cutter to "cut" prices below a good manufacturing profit, they all endeavoring to make as many dollars as possible. The Western cutten have exerted themselves to ascertain how muy of tobacco they could sell, their efforts in that direction resulting in reducing the business from a good 9ne, paying fair profits on all goods manufactured, to one of the closest kind, many goods being sold at cost, or even below coat of manufacture. t FINE -CUT.

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l:MAY 3 _THE TOBACCO LEA 1'. THE TOBACCO MARKET. Bankers, report as .follows :-Exchange has bec;n in r,Nfl Slrii#IIU,.J. \. Dark and other plug makers' kinds e:nvery good demand; In fact demand exceeded the January I876, stock on hand in State braced in heavy bodied quotations. Bright wrap1,1ers DOMESTIC. sup.rj greatly, and consequently to-day the nominal aud warehouses, and on shipboard not scarce in our crop and worth from I7 to 40C.. Ltght NEW YoRX. May rates of Sterbng were raised cent both for Ieite clearec:L -- u,386 hhds weights, except it be of fine quality, and that m. bad Tfte to\lacco market generally has shown inci'eased and short Iicht. Very little doinK .in Continental ex-Inspected this week _--.'. .. 1,234 libels order_ from I to 3c. under above quotations. animation since our last review. It caa a.ot be said cban1e. Gold remains fluctuating n" and Do previoustr thi.' year IJ1102 hhds PADUCAH, Kv., Apri/28.-Messrs. M. H. Clark&: that there has been actual activity, but considerably II3 We quote:-Bankers, nominal ratea ,are Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report:-Reeelpts more sales have been effected than during a similar and 490* for (Jo days and demand Sterling respectively; 26,7u aince last report, 664 hbda; to date, 9,415 hhds; sales, period for some weeks past. rates for 6o days; 490 for demand; Erlport, Maryland and Ohio since 6so hbds; to date, 9,o88 hhds. quality. of the For Western leaf the inquiry has bem good, and Commercial, 6o days, for prime. Paris, Ball,k. January I "breaks" was excessively poor, espeCially dunng the prices continue steady. Both R.e1ie quyers and shfp. ers, 3 days, S u 6o days, S I 5 ; Coftlmercial, 6o Shipped coastwise same period r, 700 hhds earlier portion of the week. Our marlcjet experson German account have operated with some freedays, SI8J:(@510; Reichsmarks, Bankers, 3 days 96}i; 10,6a4 cited and iJTeiUlar and a half to one cent htgher m condom, and the home trade has taken about the usual 6o days, 95}.(; Commercial, 6o days, 94+4' I Stock iu warehouse ana on shipboard not sequeace of the reports from the country th' weekly quota. FreigAtr-Messrs. Carey lr: Yale, Fseight Brokers, cleared ........ ---.......... 16.G97 ha eesuac:tion of plaata by The offerings were The business of tbe month in tbis staple has been in report tobacco freights as follows:-Liverpool, per steam, Manufactured TIJacu.-\Ve can repart no t:Jaaoge ia. mostly taken by farmers and people from. the excess of that Gf last year for the same time, or 4,8oo, 35s; per satl3ss. London, per steam, 3os.; per aail, 27s6d. the market, and prices wotinue depresl!l!d, cun;cnt We t.:re bad eool, dry recently which is un against 4.:100 hogsheads, exporters taking the lareer Glasgow, per steam, 3os. Bristol, per steam, 40s. values not covering the cost of manufacture. Re6ewed favorable; a spell of favorable weather might do woo share. Receipt are increasing and show a fair aggre lJavre, per steam, 45s.; per sail, 37s. 6d. Antwerp, per per Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, from D&nville, 52 cs, ders towards dispelling the present excitementWe gate for the month, but apparently disclose a sm:lller steam, 47s. 6d.; per sail, 371. 6d. Bremen, per steam, 337 bxs, 25 bundle.; -and from Lyachb\trg, 190 quote:-Common lugs, s@6c; medium to good lugs, 6 proportion of lugs than was anticipated. 42s. 6d; per sail, 35s. Hamburg, per steam, 40s. caddies, and 17 pgs;,per Richmond 1,554 pgs; common !J.eaf, medium ; For Seed leaf ast month have had an unu.iual dull busi-to 4,8oo hhds, of which about one.ha f were old crop; ex -prices u are obt>.ined on a sale here. O f en")' ro-ulo muat be grades of new, and show a little more strength for old. ness. As a result their purchases have been 09ly from porters took 3,9oo, principally for Regies; jobbers, 218; at an advance, and therefore tne price obtainable by tho srowero will Ohio if r eally useful for cigar purposes, is in good day to day, preferring to wait. and\ k;aow positively that manufacturers, 496; and cutters, 20 3 There wa. s a always be aomewhat lowe tD.an our quotations. demand at full prices. The total offerings at. auction the month of May w'ill bring about the decided change percepiible stiffening in prices, and towards the close a QUOTATIONS OF. WHOLESALE PRICES, for the week were 554 hhds and 223 boxes as follows: so long this year. At present, confidence is about offering stock until more is known of wu-Crop 1873. At the Bodmann Warehouse, r88 hhds and 130 boxes: gone, se> much so that i ndividuals and firms all feel that the of the plant1 'ng but our quotatt'ons remain Comuwn to good luge. 5-" 1X Running Lots ax "'"' Commonleat ....... '" @9 I New Y ... .ostat.r-Crop .s,, and"':s73 -I86 hhds and 3 6oxes Kentucky and Ohio cutting it is important and judicious to buy and sell cautiously; unaltered and will cover all but exceptional hhds. The llrldlum ............ .... 9>6 Runn.inll' Lots........... 8@9 tobacco: 113 hhds new at II' 73 hhds old hence \.'b"'re'-ust be a general revival lof trade before th r d h' th .,, d t th f: t f th Good ;.......... .... t 'I; Ill wea e unng t lS mon wJ, e errnme e a e 0 e t 'IDe.................... @15 Runnincl.ots ............ 6io'loil?" at S9ot7 for common smokers to fine cutting we can expect to chronicle events as Of old. Nevertheplanting. Warm and wet is what is wanted, but windy Vwri"i" Laf-r-. loreig"--leaf, 2 hhds and 4 boxes West Virainia at "Sor-ll8.8o, less the pr1'ce of old reliab l e goods remains firm, and d ld b t th h h th t b" h h e Dark, beah luco .... ,.l(,,. 5"l Bannal'll. Com. So @ 85 .,. r an co 15 w a ey ave go. 1 er 0 w IC as r do l1f ..... 8 11 do Good do 17"@95 123 cases Ohio Seed leaf: 42 at $z@3.9o; 24 at k@ what is sold ill bought' without murmuring, while new aqd whetted the appetites t! FinoFID.e 40 5; 14 at 6@7 9o; :13 at $8@9.80; 9 at ho.25@ I4. 7 s; stock is offered at greatly reduced prices with very {ew Bright Yellow Worlr.tnc-l Yara,I CutJ. ... ............. 8.1 lihs 10 at "ISr..r8 so sal R et' t from all sections I 020 boxes 810 latweek. 2dweel<. Sdw .. k. tbwoclt. 5tbwrek Total Fillero .................. 10 @15 I del "ll\;Ut J .1o!I!Jl.l$ r \!:7 es. ec p s Jan 473 l,o68 720 79::& 347 3 20 'I H"""./aefurta'-ln Bond. TaX24 eta. At the Planters' Warehouse, uo hhds ana 3S xes I caddies, 486 63 kegs and r,I86 pails, with ISO Feb._ 286 645 66 2 345 a,soo .................... 8 @lo l'lt.,.C.i;",:;;!., -107 hhds'and 4 ltoxes Kentucl(y and -Qhi<> cutting toboxes and z8 cases, exported to Liverpool, via steamer 300 694 s47 476 5,000 1: ;-ai ........ : ....... tJ ow b;&cco: 68 hhds new at 39 hhds old at S4. 20 American line. April. 98J 947 936 1,934 4,8oo OIIW-Ia'orlo coocl CC>lll. 5 I lne ................ ,.. 3li .-..:13 Cor COIDmon smokers to fine cuttioa-leaf; IJ s ... .t;n ... -Manifacturers of granulated anti cut -and Brown and Greelliall .. 7 (jil7 Good" "" """ .. 28 1::1 6 r;The mtJnthly circulars referring to Western leaf will Mecliamudllaerecl.... 8 (iilo Jllediaa.. ............. _. 28 hhds West Virginia at $5.25@11.75; 31 boxes Okio dry continue to sqip on orders at full figures, but I in-appear in next issue. =.'; ... ,Z 1.: : Seed leaf at $uo@9.so for fillers and binders. cline to the opinion that receipt's for this market were Viruini4 The sales of Virginia leaf have be'!n .ar....--'rl,'4to.Ll& ,Prewecl, ......... 81 _. At the Morris Warehouse, 95 hhda and 4 P<>x:--8o not H good in ApJU as in March, the re.ult of the light O './' 3 (iil4 2l I d ba 8 bds th b moderate, owing mainly; perhaps, to the continued ab-................ ...... MeMDIII 23 p bh s Kentucky and Ohio cutting to eco: S h new buaiOs done by our dealers last mon y It is to e sence of such leaf as is required. :=:d ana,:oa .. : !lll at $3.90@1 2.50; u hbds old at $9.50@33 for common boned a radical for the better can be noticed Modlnm... .. .. .. ...... 8 @ 9 G"Jt Pnooo -'11.... &3l b Sud uaf-The tra01actions in this staple have been GoocltoiiDa red......... 9 @u HV Powooa ...ttTWnN. smokers to fine cuttmg leaf; hhds and 4 oxes new this month. q uite ,large in and out of this market, the sales here v-........... '3 @:ao FIM ..................... 211 West Virginia at $5. 1o@r3; 4 boxes 'at IS.I5@7 Leaf-The summing up of transactions in Seed Leaf Upper CounlrJ ........ 6JUIIS ........ )'f'oNM>I.-I.ollglO'I 28 OliO A h Gl b w h hhd d bo 8 till looks fi b'l b reaching about r,8oocases,and embracing 400 cases Groun4lellf,aw., .... 3 @o Ka'Q',4'a&Dd&'o ........ IIO @311 tt e o e are ouse,93 san II xes:I the put week 11 OI">W 1e t e Pennsylvania by a single firm. Q.-.. r Seed Leaf' ...._ .. ,.,. ............. 28 fiilliO hhds &nd Ohio cutting tobacco : SS new busineas is li .. bt, it is certainly more utisfa.;teh to both -o a'IILltable f'er II DriPt 1'wtat (Va) lllach 22 6 "' Fromo.tr Hartford, Ct.,correspondent we learn of 'hl!4e. BrialatGoldBan,siDelallll @40 at $3@11; 27 hbds old at l4-7o@r common sellerandbuyer,aatbeviews of each party ave be-beavv purchases of I875 Conneeticelt aeconds and fillers c ..... and 1a,a. a.a, ...... ... 28 fi31 smokc;rs to fine cuttina leaf; 11 hhds new Wes t Vir&inia come more con,.enial. Sellers can offer anods at mOd-J Fli! .......... ,.,.,,..,,. 9 DUe&. D T ... by two of our local firms, Messrs. A. H. Scoville & Co. SocoJldo .............. _. 11 ...... llll a211 at $4.8o@9 25; 11 cases Ohio Seed at $a@11.75 erate figures with a profit, and buyers can readily see a 0 d Common Wrapperu ao !iS llecUum ...... 18 (ii20 A h M' W h 8 LLd d b 7 r b 'al h h ( f 1 and Mr. A. atman. They bou&ht. our correspon ent Good wrappers ........ J5 4S N,.., &II p__,...., t t e tamt are ouse, 5 "" 1 ao 43 oxes :-4 margin .or t e1r espect use, ence t e mampu atton o -. s Connolly withdraws; Mr. James M. Gardiner will continue under his own name. BALTIMORE, Mn.-Baxter & Norvall Tobacco Com mission Merchants, dissolved ; Mesus. Thos. W. Bu ter and W. Edgeworth Bird succeed to the busir.eu under firm name of :Baxter & Bird. lloorehee & Dcmelson, Dealers itt Manufactured Tebacco, Cigars and Snuff, dissolved ; Messrs. A. Dooason,]. R. aad tl V. Denela4tn' will continue un the fina aame of A. Donelsqe & Co. &em oval .. NEw YORK CtTY.--V. Jattinez, bor & Co., llllporters of Havana Tobacco and Cigars, from 26'Cedar Street to I6S Water Street. -S. Ruppel, dealer in Seed Leaf from 310 Pearl Street Jo r84 Water Street. A, Smith, from 117 Maiden Lane to 144 Water Street. N. R. Ansado, Importer of Licorice Paste, from 12 Old Slip to r4 Broadway. Charles T. Seymour, Importer of Havana robacco, from I89 Pearl Street to r881Front Street. BALTIMORE, MD De .Ford & Thayer, Importers {)f Havana Tobacco and dealers in Seed Leaf Tobacco, from 29 to :z7 South Gay Streel Barker & Waggno:r, Packers and dealers in Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, from 31 German Street te z9 South Gay Street. E J. Oppelt, Cigar Mallufacturer, from 8 Park Street to 14 'N'!)rth L iberty Street. P t\. Albrecht, whole sale dealer in Spanish Leaf Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes, from 2o German Stret:t to r6 South FreJietidk jtreet. Edw. Herbert, dealer in Leaf Tobacco, to corner of Pratt and Chirles Streets. PA.-Halla!lay & e., dealers in Leaf TObacco, to 64 'North Front Street': C. L TAY'l.OP Lea .. W. J-JIOODLBSS & 00;. TIO <DUCCQ IBBRCT. nee.; 'ring & rorwa.r&g Wr.bouea, Foot of Van [)yke and Partition Sts., Brookivn.-Bm all '1 Ol>acco care Na-i or.-u::Ess-u WIWaa lh K. y .. Pan.W.al&-,--...... 4 .. J4+ P.OR SALE. infers, in anticipation of a good demand, which happy FiRo .................. a1 311 hhds and 1 box Kentucky and Ohio cutting tobacco: 3 Set:d leaf at this time is a pleasant task-in fact an event is not improbable. The seconds, he further ob nuen-Crop ,.,., ..... 7 @ 8 G-rtor.l'looottdo.-FID.o llll :jll bhds new at $4@9.90; IS bhus old at IS 4. o@r3.:15 for agreeable change. I learn some of dealers ,llave THE HOUSE IS NEW, LARGE, TWO STORY, ATTIC AND BA!IE-M'".r-autti-Cfot>JI?aaudd7a. UOOtt. iO k d ) f hhd W C d k serves, are fine, being well sweated and generally better FWen .................. I 8 .... a: C&mmon smo ers to goo cutting ea ; II s est already place!! '75 onnecticut Seed, but 0 not spea MENT, WITH ALL J40DE1!.N IMPROVEMENTS, than for several years. Tile entire packings of several Sec:oncla ................ 9 .......... 11 4828 Virginia at 4il cases Ohio Seed leaf: 24 at very enthusiastically of the crop, 'while all talk in glowwell known packers are embraced in the lot. ::!.."f:;"Lc;b:::::.::::: r.'!-N;c:::::::::: so (iiR7 $2@3 ; 2 at $4@4.75; 2 at $ro.so@rr.so; 14 boxes ing terms of new Pennsylvania. Exports were light. To Gu, Lalto Water, Sewer-<:<>DIIectiana, St.z""'" LA...,., c...,ronabte We "lsO hear, though not definitely, of purchases Fillen-Cror. ,a,....... 5 @ .... "" ..... iiOO old : 7 at J2r.>.3. 7 5 7 at $4@5.60 for fillers, biaders and Antigua, per schooner Anita, part Pennsylyania a lid part &table; oal7 8 Minateo r.._ .Depot; lOt. TRAINS DAILY u,., R11nn "!I lola.... '"@ 10 I ud 13 1. 1::1 made at the same tim e by Mr. L. Bamberger of Pbila- and Fino .................. 23 @liS wrappers. Western, 5 lbs, whilesales for purposes to and from Station. d I h Flllen ... ,. .... ......... 8 woo cG:'".;.o.;..-.;ci';u;,_ C t 8 p 1 8 e p 11. A....moi L<'ts ... ....... ,. ti GraanlaW BmoW.., CLARKSVILLE, TEJ'iN., April 24.-Messrs. M. H. were 233 cases onnect1cu 2 3 cases ensy van1a, 2 The business of the month has been fair for home "' @J5 Medlam to,.. :::: a e14 Clark & Brother, report :-Our Ohio, 49 cases New York State, 63 cases Wisconconsumption. Futera.. ............... 8 o Good to &ne.U .......... "ouo receipts are li'ht, oWing to the coatinued unfavorable sin, 285 bales Havana leaf, and 39 hhds Western leaP. Chas. E. Fischer & Brother, Tobacco Brokers, 131 ::::':i"o'!;::.::::::.::.::::! .. :': .......... $6o@.loo weather for pnzing, but sales amounted to 510 hhds. Receipts, 296 cases Connecticut, 242 do Water Street, report u follo"s, concerning Seed leaf:N.., y..,.tsJ.u-crop 1873 s-d and Hanna ......... ..,. 'I" Tbe market was irr. egular, and tin many gTades 40 Ohio, 38 do New York State, 51 do W1sconsm, lit. K.., u ToaACCO La..u' Ollce J Or infol'llllllion can be obtained penonaliy at the abo.,. office. W.A.KTED. In a well ESTA.BLIS.HIID C!GAR HOU5,i:, A 'YQUNO AND PERIENCBD io tbat iino. Addreaa IP. 0. BOX, UOO. Se d 1 f r 1 t' D h t ht Fillen. 1 @ 8 u u Scrap iller 4!1 72 hal b T I f. d 8 hbd W t 1 f -. e ea contmues ,a.r y ac u.nng t e pas etg Rannnr Lots........... 9 @ CCJDaecticat Seed ......... 35 higher, owint to the reports from the countr.v of damage :142 e.navana ea, an 4 s es erll' ea O d 1 d thiS' k t f b t 8 Selectlono ....... ...... 'lei fib> Ordln&l"J" ............ ''!.!.!.@ s b A TOVIIQ .IJI wlai> 1oM an li.xtaMIc 1'ncle alld Acqtl&lutance ays, sa es were ma e 10 mar e 9 a ou I, 00 o,._1173 crop. Cllero011Ail4 SIXAll .... "")!)!ls ou to the planteds by the and the appearance of acco. among cases, embracing nearly all kinds, without any change Flllen .................. o 7Ji s-r-v..,coboy ...... BL 88 country speculators on the market. We quote commoa RICHMOND, Ap,;/29.-Mr. R. A. Mills Tobacco LEAF TOBACCO BUYERS, \in of which for export only about 100 cases in S:.C: = S:2: lugs at 4u@51Lc; good lugs, 6@7xL c; common leaf, Commission Merchant and Broker, repor" :-Since my De 1 t aLe aome arraoc--t wltb a --t-lau fi 1 h 1 t t ke WiMUiH-Cft>p 1871. Common -@-66 73 73 I k t h h t d res 0 m ... ""......... unt ....... rm on y. ama 0 s were a n. R.uootog Lots ...... .. .. 1 @o .unoriclloGentlemaa .. _-liD 88 me.;Iium leaf, good leaf, ast report, our mar e ass own more amma lOll, an preoeatandput COIUleetlooo. ACW'reaa CIJI1nuticut-Of this kind, about 700 cases were taken, Wrappen ................ u @s ditcount totb Wblc; fine leaf, 14 @ 1 ; selections, I6@ 1 7 }.(c. with better offerings of desirable trade would w. L, M. ollice. divided as follows :-70 cases wrappers, crop 187o, 8@ EXPORT Q'UOTATIO:NS. c.,.,.,,...,, Planters are equal to the occasion, and are burning new be very brisk. Our receipts are not as liberal as they 13c; ISCl cases, crop 1871, and 225 cases crop on c ...... ,870 A o. s ... ---18 plant-beds. s3ould be at this season, from the fact, that while we P rivate terms; 43 cases low running, 1873 crop, 13; 62 Wra11pen .............. e."@o "G. O -Gold. have had a very mild and opeu winter, we have had Runninr Lota ........... 1X 9 4110 .,........ 28Xi HOPKINSVILLE K A'"' 'I M M H cases wrappers, r873 crop, 30@4oi and 150 cases crop Soconcla "" Flllwa-""''-G." 4111 IIi caoee.... Y., r" 29essrs. very little weather suitable tobacco. For 1874, ro@r6c. Crop ,a,._............ @'" "C k "" S761l>o. net....... 29!> Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report:-the 'past two weeks the recetpts Jn our upland c-,.. M4n-Crop .s,. and tS,s. "Wa.llis b." 460 1bL net.. 2 7 I hhd d 8 ., ., Massathusdts remained with little demand, sales not llunnlni'Lots ................ "l.C.yC&"................ so Receipts smce ast report 498 s; to ate 72 have been very heavy, and hence1 in the ro or exceeding roo.c';:.ses, mostly r874 crop, 8@roc, SXIII6 .. hhris, same time in 1874, 6,z37 hhds. Sales siace liist rs day!l they will be full with us. There are very great New y.,,,t Stall!', <'wing partly to inferior offerings, llunnin&" Lots ....... 1 @rc B. Jl." .... ...... ...... 19 report, 458 hhds; to date 6,437 hbds, same time in complaints from the country about the scarcity of plants, met with no particular attention. .. :! 21 1874, 52,59 hM'ls. The excitement from loss of plants and 1 would refer your readers te the 8, 9 and 1oth Ohio-Of this, the oft'eriop are limited, nevertheless, continues to steadily increase, and prices advanced thia chapters of Exodus, which will them a faint idea equal to the demand; in all not over Ioo cases have IMPORTS. week about a }.( per cent on fine lugs, "con the me-of the condition of things. My pen is inadequate to WAJITED.-A C-tiemaa of Larp Experi....,e Ia tbe IILUIVFACTURING and STRIPPING IIUSINESS, tllorou.Jbly c:c.opeteat aDd familiar \he IUcc:essfol ale of Steam io the Manafacturi of Ttr bacco auO the bandlior of Leaf or Stripe, clnlrft a lltutioa eltMr Ia a Manufacturlq or Strippiq and Leal Eatabliabment. Haa bad maalJ&j;" experience ia .everal of the tarret Maaufacturiac aad Ea JDent bt. Virainia. Beat ef Address 'HA.NUF A.OT'Uli.EB." Je\erni.lle, Aaolta C'ovnJy, Va. .. FOR SALE. A Freab Supply of 108,000 FooRdl Genuine uD:t:MIR.TONGVK" J'l&YOI', lor SMOKiNG TOSACCO Manufactaren, iu. lote to eoit pwrc:ha.en, at Joweet ti .. ce MARBU!lG IIROTHER$. !. 147 and 149 S. Chutes Strel ,,,.,be paer tate. TIM duty Ia IJ lraacl, 10 c:--. ($2-4"roid)per ioo JC.llonam-(lOO American 45" I
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I I \ Large of .anufactured Tobacco of Every Description, Suitable for the Home Tr:de aad for F o reign Markets, Oona'ta:n.1:1y e>:n. El:a:n.d.: 1 :SOWNlC (i F:ft:ITB ' 6 ,8ULKLEY MOORE I. CO VIRG.IN.IA Tobacco Connniaaien Merchant1 ... .-rc '14 FBONT 8tret11. EUGIII DU BOIS, MBBCmT, BOaT l JfEW YORJt. FOX, DILLS & C.O., Importers of SPANISH AND PACKERS OF BIGB T:OIE SIDmG TOBACCO, 1 (1 7 BURLING .SLIP, NEW YORK. F. c. LINDE. C. F. LINDE. C. C, HAMIL TON. S. MARCOSO. NE""\V" VOI:t:K SEBD LBAP TOBACO INSPBCTION. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. Ce:rtl.ficatea &Jv"eD. for-delivered caae by cue, aa nuinber of Certificate. 0 7 j N. Also Sample in. Merchants' Own Stores. F. .tc PRINCIPAL Wat..r liltnet. and 182 to 186 PearJ Street. t '!hl8 improved Machine for. Cuttin g Tobacco Is eonstrqcted with a knife working upon inclitted b.earmgw, ;.nd with a :oliding shear cut upon the Jobacco, which b placed ia a oos with sldes at nght and bottom paralle l with said knife. j Tbutmachirle wiU cul any kind of tobacco and cut t Perfectly. wl\ Plug Twist, Perique in Car-:_otts, an'! any aimlbrly hard prepared tqhaccos can be cut i n their bard state; hout any or aqy other molstemng to_soften tbl'!m. It makes oo can be run by ban(l or p ower, requi res no skill to of>erate it; its construction is of tbe most substanha l kind, slow t o wear aod dafcult to cliso tder PRICE OF MACHINF-COMPLEwwitli Prose {box )!.x6noinchea), e210 net cash. Of.fl.ce-141 est :Broadway, :N'r T. N. B.-The attention of manufachlrersof Ciga,rette and Turkish, and all Fancy T obaccos Straight Cats Brig-ht Leaf, etc., e tc .1 is particularl y called to tbis I'.lacbine. WRIGH!, RICHARDS '&co., General MerchaRts, Const;ontly on hand the,....Best Improved Ha.J)d and Steam Machines for C:uttin g and . qra!'ulatin g To'hatco. DDELBDG lit 00. r6o PEARL ST NEW YoRL I J. !. DEKELBDG &l co., REYNES BROTHERS&. co., MJJ. mDLnDG, co MERCHANTS NEW OJtLEANS, LA. WAREHOUSE'8-I42 Water, I73 Front,_74, 76 &. 78 Greenwich Streed, and 1, 2, 'I &. 8 HuHon RJYer RaU Road Depoe, 'lR;, John' Parle. APPLEBY & HELME. I 35t Broad 445 tk-48 Bxchange D.EHELBEiO .t CO., 1 LomsviLLE, Kv J. Mel B-ENSEL & .CO fOBAOCO INSPECTOR, TOBACCO INSPECTION P.0.4858 .. NEW YORK. JAMES M. 155 WATER STREET, 1127 & 1291WATER STREET. l!ae"'PV York.. 0 James lYJ. Gardine r d: Co. .-ooVllrTB.Y 8AliiPLING PBOltiPTLY A'lle OERTIFICATES ISSUED AND CASESDB-. I I :.fobacco Commission Merchants, TBliDED TOo LIVERED SINGLY OR IN LO'I'IIo S4::l"ront street, Ne-w York. I'ATMAm' &. 0()., Btm.BANit &. NASH, c MPBELL LANE. Di co [J,J.DALT. H.WIL"INS. Cotton and Tobacco T 0 B A I c c 0 A. H. CARDOZO,-' or-. J OAL y & co., j AND, TOBACCO i COTTON F!Ci'ORl I roBACCO uu ClGlP. Foreign.&. Domestic Woods, lNP GmBAL DBtBAm. GeDeral Cnmm:;_ cch&Dt. SNUFF: SPANiSKECaSAR. BOX TCEDAR YORK. -1St .-rotm I ,T"' BROAD STREE:r, IIE!fllll J : lfo. 88 BROAD STREET, N. Y. AND 11 CALDWELL .N. A Specilltf : l II :r. OOBBBI. tk 00., Im.pot\ets and Manufacturers of 1 GERJIA.lf AND SCOTCH Heinrich 9<'ebel Sohne Genuine &rossalnterode Pipes, 1U Iiane. 1i'. mCHAm. WALTER FRtEDMAtl FREISE, I JlllPORTER.S OF HAVANA TOBACCO 2'Q3 Pear1 Street, N&W YORK. CB.RLIS A. WULFP, Utlw{lrapher, .Pr&nteto!. tmd Manu-. .(acturer Of CIGAR AND TOBACCO LABELS, lt,lso Manufacturer' o f WULFF & BEJJ.AMY'S Patent Transparent llrJatal.llus BDIIJ.IAI. SIG.a, 51 Chad::l.aZD la"t:r-'t FALLENSTEIN & SON, : TOBABOO Co!MISSION BREMER ,.

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MAY 3 JACOB BBIKELL, MAJI(UFAcrUn& 1) iSll'CCESSOUS TO J",\Ll!IER & !ICOTILLE,) W:FGIR.'l'mut cr S:P.6.N!SB ANiY JOBBE'ItS 11'1' ALL. K1liiDS OF C IOAR BOXS, SUP 'ERIO:i MAll AND Pdme OualltJ of LEAF TOBACCO, o. WA'.DIB. S'!l'B.JIII!.', COJilUOTJCUT D:ED LEAF WJL.UIPEJL 01' OIJJL OWJI PAOKJBG; WEISS, ELLER I &: KAEPPEL, 293, 295 & IJqJ Monroe St,, of and Dealers in NEW YORK. 181 &IBIAI AIIIIUI JAil.-BROADWAY, cor. Cedar St. NEW YORK. ()a.pi.tal, $1,000,000. aao :P:B:.A.2U. S'l' ., :N:B:W YO:a.E. Eerr facility atfor.ied to Dealers aod Correi)><>Ddentl c .... btent with Souod BaokiDC I "' H. B.OCJIOLL Pre.Weot. WM. EGGERT & CO. HERMANN BAT JER tc BROTHER, UoiPuRTERS 01" :a: A v .a. N A COKKISSIOlf DRCliANTS & IMPORTERS OF Sna LiiPfD"uccn. c:J.a-y r 1i1 PEARL STREET; lEW YOBI. 77 .WA'l'lat S'%' lii'Z'W' T03.Z. _./ LOBBNSTBIN i Brazlcb, N Kaba at.., CiDotim&tl, 0. E .t I. FRIEND .t COw, )mporlen and Dealers In SOLE AND I PORTI!!RS OF THE GEf:/t1INE W,&M. LBAP TOBACCO, 129 Malden Lane, EDWARD R.IBKD i Gus FRtl(o, NEW YORK EDWARD li'R\IRS IN t.EAF' TOBACCO, BOWERY, Y,ORK 125 & 127 BROOME s-r. NEW yoRK. COPE'S TOBACCO PLANT, CO!DUSSION A IONTH1Y JOUBNAt FOR. SMOKERS. Indies, pftLISBD "AJ .. 0. 10 STREET, EIGUID, aod Central and-mat Price, Two Shillings (English) per Annum TOBACCO PACtr;:ED IN HOOSHltADS. Wbere Sllbec:rlpdou mayO<> addreseed, or to 'THE TOBA.CCJO LJIAF'' O.i'JI'IO -A'MBJUC.&Jf SlJBSCllUPTIO ... '16 OTS. PER AJOfU:M, POSTAGE PAID. NEW YOBK. 222 PEARL STREET, A.. DLUMLBJN. l O'fTINGQ.l & ... BRH.!J' KR,I ... M .......... L nw voR: S. BAR.N'E TT' KENTucxv A. c. A ... & o. R. IMPORTER .or ---j..__ l"ORWARDJl'lQ AND AKD PACKER OF -r o:mi4c0 o, "T"'Vf YORv AddreosbyPootP.O.Ilox! 121 'AJDEN lANE N y l"'WJ .... Special attention paid. to the fonrar4ln.of Tobacco r m I I Ali STEil\1. O ., to..;..fo-rei;;..lfll_Coa-otri__ ---------- COMMISSION MEHiwiTS, L. GERSHEL BRO., E. SPINGARN & 00., aad n.Jers to ali Deocriptlou of PailrAn or and Dealers to DBAI.XBII "" LEAF TOBACC SEED TOBACCO, HAVANA& DOMESTIC TOBACCO. f 97 Duane No. 6 BURLUWC SLIP, A S"PRIN, l" N y 191 PE.ABL STBBET, NEAR WA TER.STREET, l STBINo ew ork, L. NE"W-YORK. Cigar M;w.Waetu rers favored.. s. cattSHRL. \... PACKER, OMMISSION MERCHANT, .._.._ .. De&&er Ia :&EAP r-181 Pearl Street, rlew York. llvtFOlt.TERS OF HAV JULIAN Al:lEN, SIHD LBAPCKti9iA&, 1 ISS NEW ,YORK. J. Ric;HT & CO., COMMISSION for the Sale of TOBACCO, and Agents for J. C. McAN.DRE'W'S CELEBRATED LICORICJ;:, o. r TOBAcco ExcHfo>NGE, RICHMOND, VA. PEASE'S Tobacao Cutter. The Most Perfed: Machi11e in tile World for aH gradesJ of Fine-Cut, ChWipg and SmOking. DT VB! :BY AU. J'IIS'l'..oLASS :a'OVSIS.' EOGLEJT & DAYTON, OtiiQ. .1 '1'1108. H. CaA.L.IIJIR11. lH Bee--8&.,1'(. Y Agent tbe Sale of Machines aDd Extras. where Cutters wftl fta. d a stock of always bn band. AND IMPORTER m ... GERMMf CIGAR MOUiiD -of O!DDVOI 00., IIICl J. BOCDIJWDl lllilact'lli'lli DCALD IN s4 Presses, am.a Cutters, 1183 JOUT.Jt 8TRE&T, N. Y. ::9 l .SIMON. ..... A(ANUFACTURER OF CICAR BOXES ,fc SHOW Dealer in aP kinds of Ciga,r Ribbons, GERMAN CIGAR MOLDS, P.RBSBBI, STIWS, CUTTBBS, &C., AID MANUFACTURER OF THE lATENT r-SELESiiDKIII SHOW FIGURES,: r 1'79 dl 18.,( 8'to, :D.Te-.iv 1 f.jl ldnclo of to Order and Ia the Be.at ltyle. Tile Tra41e Sllpp'de&. A. & 1'. -! MANUFACTURERS OF -ciGAR MOULD PRISSIB & Ckar Glitters & all ntber larrhinery rar.lannfaeturlnf Cig81'3 -d. c:n..-a.r .3:1o.:x-. IMPORTERS OF GERMII CIGAR IOULDS., l 57, 59 & 61 Lewis St.: bet. Rivington JrEW YORK. JOB:ri F._EIFERT, ... .. FOR .CICAR BOXES, 291, 293 & 29S MONROE STREET; N-E-w YOPJt I flartlcular Attention paid to Sawt.n 'g, and Phin1ntJ to Internal Revenue Eooks ... SANCi"fEz, HAYA & CO.,. TIM ()rlciuai Internal lteenlle P,.blbbiilg (., 1:80. 188. a.4o J P.o. Box !,617, 'ar LIBERTY ST., Jl(, fiNEST CLIAl HA V AJA. l'fG l'Dtf ....., Irou lilA Bt.acUs & Specialty. lll :&110, IMPORTBRS OP I Of eery deocrlpUoo at r.o-t l'rlceo. Havau Cim'S & Leaf Tobacca. t SEND ro.R. I' RICES. T.IN FOLL. Wangler & Hahn, 11lANVrACTVR&U OF JOHN .J. CROOK.E, Fine MANUfPACTURBll O'F TIN FOIL ANB BOTTLE CAPS xq. BOWEBY. I PLA.IN AND COLORED, I I NEW YORK. IOt.LING KILLS, 38 ancl lS3 & 16& TABBL a. BOIRBJBI KtJLilmBY S'l'U!l'l'l. QW YOU. -_, ;r Mana.!actorera of J. A. HARTGORN, -.:wl ,.I. ..: .. DG ... Fine c i g iar s for tlle 9 EGG'HAIUIOR CITT, Jl(, ;J, And Dealer in LEAP IIJ'OBAOOO, Bruoll Otflce, I 21 BOWERY, !lEW OKK. RIVERA' & GARCIA, vi o. II Bowery, ... HW1YOIIL" EDWARD A. OF 4 FiDe SecaN;I 0 I G.'A .RS; An4 Importer. ol JIIAKil'fG JIIA.CHINE,tbe HAVANA lEAF TOBACCO ONLYPRACTIC:ALONa nrTRKWO&LD! ... 71-.ac1,.a .;... 8LACC1JM & SCIII;;DSIO It bu n o w beeo wOrktns for nearly e:Jhteen onth la NewOrlNns with the greatest succetJ and a LIC KMSK. ...... -.. w'D. ............ .. i tor the State of Louisiana baa &lreadf .beia tho NUMUqus.ADVAMTAG&S wby:A ,. !aim ror Ollt Macbioe, we will ontrmentiOD bere tbe following: s 0 a G L B B. or <. Our llachino j>f!rmlt No Loss ... TORAq:O, every Ocnlp bqki!J ........ op. .... J'Jn. e Cig 1. Tbere are DO HARD BUNCKBS, the IUar btidg relle. into tbe btnder, Whic:h lan entirely aew featlare. 111181 3 Ail Cigars are ol one 'HAP& a11d liiZioii!Jd every OM can l>o naranteecl tbat It wUi omoke Man-ufacturer ol tile best Br.mds of .., .. The Machine works up the sm,aVe t scraps as easily as the lar,;reat Liller, t'llerefore nothing is thrown away. ...:a'rw.Y-.:-......... & a us 5.ltsworkiag,beinrdonewitblhtotll.elargestsizcdlmperials. Als p ea. fth B d NE.W 'JQRK andtberefoleDURABLJt,andnotltabletogetovtoforder. '6.. 0 ropn oro e ran Wlf. OLA.CCVM, s. Ou.r Machine C&D read.1Iy turno}ltfrom.s,oooto day. With the use of steam or aoy other L e]j '' JAcoa SCHLOssaa.. power.., the above na.mber could be .doubleIIOe t and Riel& &114 Dry. oa..---.._.. -""' lone, four feet htgb, and two feet Wlde. t 29' 71 ._ ._, to ord.r 10. When oteam is introduced. a OMMr&Bj>Olller engine can run with eue ,J,. ........... aod ncb oi Ill-... w 286 Greenwioh Bt.. y 5 I wtll manufacture from 1o,ooo to u,ooo bunches per da.y. 1 ... f .a. i 2 ; 0 11. Manufacturers U,ji'!g our Machines caa produce Cipn at th.e lowest cost, therefore. our Machhteenable)\ elc .... SAN JULJ AN the lear.li11g cuhatttages of otU'cMacbine. Ma111ufacturers of Cii'ars wi11 readtly fREY BROS. & 00. 'Jp R E understand that the introduction ofthis Machine will advance their own interests '"-0 T "-U Our :M:aoh.lne will falfi.ll all tb.at we claim fur it. and we are at a.ll times willing to convince tbe mDst s;.epticaL Vn.anflamnmnn nf 'I1TlTL' .f'llG& 'Dtl nil B.&'WW'A'IW.. by practical demontraUon. We offer herewitb OIX :Machine to tbe MaoGfactuk'ers ot Ctgars. t.btoughouttthe JD.GUW1 11\111&!6 u llll!l lll :IJb) auu I .a.u.a. Uo1ted Statca, aad. an; lao to se!l tho licenses for several States, or for the wft.ole United. State:. (Louisiao._ f L exce:ed), : H. NORMAN, Dealers in Lei Toia.cco, eaf Tobacco, &v., ... .._':..,._ P.o.uox Hn,NEWORLBANS.. 88 St., "44 Veae.v Street. New York 1 aoccJ 1 <'l \

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::r :Jr. 'r. H E 'r 0 B A. C c o LEA. F. "WM. A. BOYD & CO., DEALZRS IN KNECHT, SMITH & 00., 1117ee-=-oas TO l'nllliiC&, ...... aao.. ......,, DmlttDm 41 LW TWCil CIUI, H.. : Jgy;.,. : J 33 SOUTH ST., BALTIMORE. THOll. W. CJUD!!B, &&ALE._S IN AL'L JCLNDS OJ' E AF TOBACCO liD K&JI'IJI'.&O'I'VIU:Ia OP aJID Jn!!&IZJIJI Dr CIG...... 131 ortla ll'laircl tr.t; :.Jilladelplaia. STIWAB R.AL & CO., GUNTHER, Cincinnati Advertleementa. Cl.ASSIU 8 WJn.Lio& .... B. BA4, JUCHARDlU.LLAT. BERRY BISUDIN c. a. co., R.MALLAY A BRll 'CONM. SEED LEAF DEAJ,.Eiil IN Dalenl,11 \ LEAF TOBACCO, LEAF .'POBACCO; 15./. State Street, HAATIIOilO. -tar. J. & oo., .. Packer and Dedllw11 i a. f mD ,wr- 1(1. .163, & 165 Pearl Btret, I 115 and I 17 Weat Front St. Ralph's SCOtci'h s nuff, q l AKD FnfE CIGA..B.S, S .SIO AND TOBACCO FACTOR, 1\To; s aou:oz::a: o:-.a.T TRmm-r. I (One door w eot of Escloanp Place), omonnun o. CINCtNNATI. -. No. 11D .Arol1. B"t.,. P:b.Uad.e1pl:l.i.a. :BAJ.'.II.OaB. MD. Stewut. Alenoder R.alph a John W Woodsl4e Samnel A. Hen4rlcboiL Liberal Advancements Made ott to. my Address. LOUIS KROHN. WESTPHAL, TELLER BROS.,-Packers, CoDliDislloa :Mel"OhaDte, aDd Dealers in Po:raip and Domestic Leaf' Tobacco, 117 North Third Street, Philadelphia. === sPANISiiiQli&ttCos C:II!:U. State St Harl!ord. CollD. L. BAMBERGER & e DEALERS lN f;> 1LE.A.Fe TOBACCO. 1 Anc;f Manufacturers of all Grades of Cigars, Ro.1111 Arch st., Phlladalphla,ePa. W. EIREWLOHK & 00., PACJU:AtS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IK LBAF TOBACCO, :U5 I, WA:r'JUl IT. PIDL.&DBLP.III.&.,. 11 101l'r111EOOIID ST .. IT. LOWJll." W. S. W. CLARK. P.IIIL. BONN. No 49 South Charles Street, BALTIMORE, Md. F. BECKER. C. BECKit,il .. b. BECKER. BECKER.. BB.pTB!i:RS, PACKERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTs: AND WAOLI!.SALE DEALERS IN Foreip. and Dome&tio Leaf To'ha.ooo, XO. 98 W. LqMBABD aT .. BALTIMORE, KD B. WILKBNS a 00., MONUMENTAL CITY .. TOBACCO WORKS, lf:o. 181. WIS'1' PUTT S'1'UI'l', Wll'DIOII, I lhnfaetouen of all ldnda oll v SMOKING TOBACCO AXD SNUFF, A. & F SlSSOllr P ackers and Dea l ers. in OONNEOTIOUT SEED f.EAF -rGB.A.OOO, No. 18.4 .AJH STRB&T, (Jifi d S-'I -.-.. Hartford, Conn. .lj oe an -...e11r00-. Vine Stzet and Wa.rehous, 24.4 & 246 W. Bd .. HUBBARD & yeo::,. CINCll't""lfA'l'%, OKlO. s. LOWBJW'IrB.A.L oo., T O B A 0 c 0,. FINE CIGARS AND nu.m m LIAl TOJAOCO NO .. 112 WEST THIRD STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. G. W. GRAVES. FlU CONIBt1'1CU! SEiD-LUr .. 1 JL .. AW., UO O.......,.re, Y., IU.'l"''D aaoa., lU n.lftl ll&.t Plill& ].r.coa WaL. AA11oJ< IU.IIW ;E. A. Wan. AMBROSIA !J!IOBACCO, by ED. 'WIJCEaDxvEll. Hv. wiscHwEvn. W eil, Kalm & Co., TOBACCO WORKS. DANBUll.Y, coNNECTICUT. JAMES & co. (SuccuiiOntoS.Low,........ .. Loi:Co.) 9 J4aaafae"'ren aad Whel.ale Deelenla SPENCE IROTHrtaS A. GO lla n Oo:an& 'I'BDD ..... a&cDIII'rB.Dl"a. Merchant.s, w II:.A ., B su'TB co ., .. fr .... ,.to,..poi&Ods,at ANDDEALELS IN PIP ,_ 1111 IPADIPPD 58. 5 ,8, 80 and 82 g. ., ... LEAF, PLUG TOBACCO &: CIGARS b1D II. IIIDJ' JUJIIlUWI COMMlSIION MERCIIAIITI d: B:& y, ._:MeoUTH cALvERT. sTREET, BAL.,...,.!._ 134 Maia St. 0 f A pRAGUE coO:o;o=:,;!ooo. P k Com ]larcha, 1, '1TE JULLER & CO -W G. :I[ ORRIS, No. 20 llciMpdea. /Jirut, ac ers, m1!4S!O.. ...A.. 'r\..alers A ., --3. .. W-*'--HINi r>AL&!iiiiiTH l -IJI" "{lij ...... Tobacco Comm1ss1on Merchants -. .. w-, Leaf Tobacco LEAF TOBACCO ..... J SPRIIGFILD, lASS. LEAF tc HAVANA LEAFadTOBAaOCO, 'Tobacco INSPECTOR c. o. HOLYOKE, 35 North Water-st., Phda.delphia. am South aay iltreet, Commission Kercha.nt. olTim:.' coLLEGE BUJ.LDmG. ciNCINNATI, oHIO. COKVISSIOlf :lmRCB.ANT II. B.lcDOWELL & 00., JULIUS VlfmlLiiN & CO. sNUFF .. And 71 'West Pront St.,Oincbmati, M. H. CLARK BRo., InLEAI'e.ndJWroFAOTUXED TOBACCO Seed. Leaf' and. MILL. DBIVR.Y IYIEYER, 'l'OBA.OOO, I cO a! c :"'? IW b BAVAIIA -TOBACCO, R. J ARR & co &.mE$U ... ,. ..,., """'::""'WW:... LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS u a...--. .-... 39 .!TH MOULD," S GIESKE"&NIEMANN OHI05CONNECTICUT aLBRMvii".JJ."I'JINiw. U" Agents for tho sale of a n t;lnda of Maa11Yae. 135 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHiA. P a. E -6:: LEAF TOBA.CCO, tured a n d Leaf so u 'TOBACCO AC JOB ... w s-owr*'-25 TH CALVERT ST. F TORS St., Cincbmati,'O. : .a -.-;-.a...:.,. DOHAN & TAITT, B. A n d C ommission M e r c h ants )( [ BROTII!R -CDUmiiJI JUtHAJTS, Fine Cigars, It, CO., '?BSouthCharlesSL,Baltimore,Mc\. F. w. DOtiRMANN, TOBACCO BROKERS 10'1' ARCH sTREE'l', COI!ISSION IIRCHANTS. LB.&FTOBAct:o BI\OIBR, ., t .. oc.o Philadelphja. sTs 63 l'lace, B&l\lmore, K4. W 1 DRE_SEL A CO,, N. :z. Cor. Vine and :Front -r.aa., L'iNcmiU!G, VA. th rl SIGH DOPKiliiSVILLE, KJ' PRJI.ADI:LPHIAo ao 1> TDllAl'Tfor amoantofTAX. 8 7 G STREET ,. BATCHELOR BDAS with BILL O F LADING attacbed to Draft, and will ..Q. ..L CINCrNNATI, 0. ,J' .....r. :so.._. AU -" foortlaer CASH od.-ofT.-. p, 0. BOX 111'83, PAD110411, KJ'o ...... ,., .., "PECUUAR" MICHAEL WARTMAN ., soN, 'I!AI.mtOU, D .. .$. L'r T"Bccn 110m,' C 1'\C, A R Commission M:erchanta; TH os. w. B:Ax-rn. w. Jw c xwoR rH BIRD. T G B A. C C 0 F' W E & CO., D. E. SIN E L y! JUI H. Jl ft !'M and, WKOLES AL Ia BAXTER & BIRD, N ";'!"",::.0.7,' IW AIR UAmiD TIMIS TOBACCO m8101{ IIEIICII.AMS. Commisaian Kercha.nta, BAVAKA & DOitiSTIC o. I I -' WILLS .._ 8PRJLA.DOBI.Rm;nS,A.. u CODISSION ... MERCHANTS, w. x. c. E. w A c GNER. LEAF TOBACCOS n WATER an4 ARCH STII.. BA 10 NORT:-t JctHN STREET KuaraCt..ren of PHILIPELPBIA. Pa. 12 !lfol. RKER & AQGJBB, UVII:IU'OOL. maLA.KD. -Mill St. Rochester, N. Y. J.JI(. Wrn, Daa,.ma, v a P Wua, R lellmoad, va. Fiii.e Cigars, JOSEPH W.&LL.ICB; P. A.. ALBRECHT, I IMPORTED and DOMESTIC 'at. Louis Loulavlne ---I JAME& I & PEYTON WISE, tumnm .. LEAF TOBACCO COlrtKISSION KERC:a:ANTS THIRD aTB.JI:ET.t>G-AB.DAVE., SNUFF and SMOKING TOBAGCQ Leaf Tobacco WALL, ,BELVIN DAY, t lr lDUBIITDB I.. CD LEAFForTOBAcco. Phlladelphla; Pa. 666, GOB, 6'70 a.ncl. 672Nori.h Eleventh St., AND CIG ABS, 29 Stulh a., St., Baltimore, lid. Commission \ll. "" AUrela 'tl9 at.. 31chmoa4 01' D&D1'ille, Va PHILADELPHIA. "'"' &ALa or Dealers and CoJnin1sSi0B lercllaldl .J As yo u 1 w lsh t o hoy ia the oae q r tbo ottoer market .IILDEBRANJrA KLIN8ENBERI, No. 20 German Street, am&JIIIIITliVA IK I T. J. DUNN & .CO., Nearthe"Carrolltoa, 8ALTUIORE,XU. i'OUNGER & co., .UIWblUJUill mr wr LEAF TOBACCO, wM. E. DIBRELL. 'Ill CIPIU f LEAP TOBACCO Jas. 'A. NICOLA COV'KISSION KEP..CBANTS, lTQ. fqO HOITB SECOND STUET, 121 k LW TDI-m no'm JOS SCBROIDIR to co LYNCHBURG, VA. ST LOUIS. KO ChlfceBronclaofhnportedlkodeeal-oah....s. C 1 ,, h t Wllt.-WetbeirpehOUalattentlontotlw aale and pur LUtrerat Cashadvan c e madeooConsign m e nts. lt.llltrlllltiiSt omm1SS10D .. ere an s, CommluloaaadWtaOieaaleDealenln ehueof w aoa Cheatnv.t. street 7'o!!ce,s.w.roor.l6thaiineSt.rtet.a. 14 m:ct':dT b Leaf Tobacco. G J WICKS & CO 1410 0.:17 sweet PHJLAPELPIUA. PHILADELPHIA.' an :ur 0 acco U'"Llbeft Aci---.. Coul-u.. VON PHUL qct,c LADD, 11ttan"lrl!tarera' Agentf;fort.heBale of ., J. BII&LDD s.&o a co.' A. FBECHIE,. E,...= J H. PEMBERTON. JAS. G. PRNN. LW TIIA BHYHBS, _and "ecoi\roRi{iST" PEMBERTo.N PENN, TOB" C"O I W.J_' J ,'. 1 Successor W, NOiti.Dg, > ..J .. O .BACO o -'EBERAL CODIS8mN IERC" A VfCJ 3zoaAC1. pf Cig'a.zw OoZU1eoU.cu:t; Beed. Tobaooo OommlBSIOn Merchants W e dealre correspoDdeoce w i t h m..s:m m a nufac, D .. ., --r...., 1.114 Wlool.-I Deatenta ur1L ,0 ... tL 195 Main 8teet -,.._ -DEALE I a ng (X retiNUe tn "' uUSt.UU cured a t lowet r ateo.. "I AND ... 10 -.,......... ....... R IN LEAf TOBACCO, lla.vana. and Ya.ra 'l'obaccos, offer IAnr servim lo fiU OltUIS for Leaf a o w (Bet .... en Flftban4Sixtla,) GeneralCommission Merchant,. :PbU 4elph1 a. ll PA. ,. I I Mnufadure J T"bau:::ntLLE, n. Five Brothers Toba.ccoWorkf 1 m } LOUISVILLE, KY, J. E. HAYNES, TOBACCO EXCHANGE V'-.. CARROLL,_ John Finzer & Bros., DEALERINwEsTERN MANUFACTURERS OF A. H. THEOBALD, JOHN M ANUFACTURER OF JOJIB B. BElL & 00., R. A. MILLS, Leaf Tobacco Warehouse, ..lUO ftLL LJJI'm8 OP Cli&AB.S AJrD Jl:ll1le TO&c:OO aoath ad atreet, ....... u.. [ Scar.,_., Cool& 6 eo.. 1' ACDIS, '""'S"'K K11C1A1'1'1, FINE CICARS, ,AND DEALER. IN Spanish and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, W. eor. 3d Poplar Plolladelplllao Gao. W. EowuDL ].-. 11. p,......._, GIO. W. IDW !BDS CO., WHOLESALE DE.U.ERS IN And Wholeaale Dealen Ia LEAF TOBACCO, 11AJ TOUGGO &: CI&ABl 105 R. WAnD. ft.J G2 North Front Street. c Sole; Jolurahc:lurer of the Famo aad WorldR eDOWDed Braa41 of 1 YIRCINIA 8MOKIIfC TOBACCOS, I LOIE lACK f AID BROWN, Die I, Manufactory, 12th Street, Lynchburg, Va. 01lllen aolldted IIDd_promptiJ attende4 to. Price List HDt en n rr&m mAIIUilni T. J". DUNN 4 CO., s. w. Oor,rtfteeatla aad VIae streete, PHD ADELPHIA, JOliN J. Maallfactorer of the Celeltnled Sunnyside and Little Wanderer 0 X Gil-A :El. &. rttl DOIIA" Clu 1 D 1 r Wbol eaalo aad lteta! l dealer Ia All Brands of To R e tai l a t a i x for 25c., or FiY e Cents eacla. t.,. P rlce LiotofClpnomauatactoredatthiofaetoryaent NAYJ & sMOKING' TOBACCO DD apJ!l,le&t ien. F orel a a a n d Key Weot iOocll at lm-,. rJOrt: .. M"!"'
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; MA 3 SUTRO a LEAl'. 1 (ConlinuelifriJm Thirtl Page.] ready sale. Java of good descrietions continues L TO COliGRRSS pitiou s than for operations throughout were to be taken at full prices. Sumatra lias had but little1 ----related of the late Orestes unmistakably retail in quantity and by no mens freattentiop, and the transactions of tbe mouth been 1 The following memorial hu been s igned by a large quent ; neither can we Ieana that any eJJtra sales t @mr:. Dutch and German-But little done in the number of our prom i ne :rf cigar manufacturers. It was Brownson, the religiOU!J made to those memllers of the trade who came to town forme r; the latter, when of suitable character, meta fair forwarded to-Washin gton on the 25th instant:-controversialist, that "on last 1'n the pu-1't of pleasure. Van"ous Conti' de"'aud J t' b ld '" fi t I Tt' an.J rr if ...... one occasion he met Mr. .... ,.. .., apan con 1nues .. o ,..e rs pace among v "- ,. o ..n.tr'es .... -at1ves 1n Conpess nental inquiries came to band from time to time, acsubstitutes, and a fair business baa been done; larger assemllled : -Trask,, anu-tobacco eompariied by prices altogether of the residuum ocder, would have place had there been The undersigned cigar manufacturers employing m bo?k and the market was somewhat rufHed a day or two since a better supply-in the market; fine descriptions are many thousands of men, )Vomen, and children in their store, "! en t e atter said by the appearance of an ostensible eJrport buyer te much wanted. About 1,oeo bales will be offered in factor i es, be. g respe c tfully to protest a .... inst a ny incre. somehmg that didn't please 1 1 h d' f "' d.' th ff f b r --B b t' su tmg, however, on y m t e 1sclosure o tne rea mesa pubhc sale on the 6th inst. Hungarian when of good on e tan o to acco Or the following reasou s : 1 rokwnsokn, 0 of holders to do buSlllCIIS on any reasonable basis. To dry condition and well butted in roquest. Latakia has Stoce the mauguration of the present tarift' on cigars t ed Me Africa the shipments amount to a very satisfactory total, been but little op't!rated in; fine qualities would meet a our home manufacturers have largely ys an ers pro es e t although the actual aales during the month were only to ready Negrohead and C'ayertdiah-The former in m n!-lmber and productive capacity, and have t: mah .e a moderate extent, chiefib of medium and fair qualities, moderate demand; the latter much neglected, although con,tmued to 1m prove the quality and appearance of tn ufm M15 -the es:tremes, for a time, eing neglected. The 1 aggre offere at lower prices. Stalks and smalls but little theu productf. In the manufacture of fine ctgars ;ss se COd an C r. ,gate sales of the month are estimated to be below an inquired for. pr?gress been made, and there are factories ras .excuse Jm. on-average, although it is pleasing to note that tbe dem the Y which will successfully challenge versation liveries continue good. Wulern Leaf and Strip1 of the SOARCJ!.LY WHAT I T AP PKARI:D TO BE.-Chemical with the best factories ia Havana. Cononce 1 d tWICe I fi rgi better classes were sou:;ht after both for cuttipg and analysis of the co tents of a c-.aslc of claret, to recover the s.maU rei'-'ized on this class of goods, was, eAt 1 or bve spinning purposes, ia4U'easinf difficulty being eJJ the value o which a wine dealer of San Francisco had mc.rease m the tanff on tobacco, will certainly result you. as rownson ed fi d' a -. f r. d .. h came enraged a second penence m n mg t: mds o tbe .alter, tpe a customer., showed the wme to contam 8 per cent. m pu mg a stop t? t e progress of our home manufact' d 'd I h stem in .the former be1ng an ob!itacle some manufac of alcohol arid traces of cen'anthic ether, that the colorturers, as, to the :filtllres furnished by Dr. ,UDe,kadn s&l d' dave! turers appatently can not overcome, otherwise they ing matter was myrlleberry juice, a.nd that the acid taste Edw.ard. Young, Chief of the United States Bureau of / Knoc e you own an h h 1 h d h d' d h 'd \ St h h 1 d fi 't If mtg t su1t t emse ves 1n t at gra e wit creater rea 1-was pro uced by snip uric act atJstJcs, t e proyosed increase on cigars would amount ave apo ogize h or 1 ness and at much less cost. Africans of this growtll to $44,122 4-Ioo, while the proposed increase on toO.cco J t a nyt mg were in very limited demand, and for Continental purA WoRD FROil "T.aE PLANT" T O FARMliRS. would amount to $376,979 89-r 'oo, leaving a difference KERBS' & SPIE-SS,Manufa'citurers of rme Ciga,It, and Dealers In LEAF TOBAOOO, K ERBS. 35 Bowery' New york. LoUIS SPIJ:ss. .)S. COLT. Special PAmR, H&LIES & CO., "Maaafactven of Celebrated NERVE .. And other Brancb oC ak ouk orgivmdg me ."1 poses the buyer mentioned above was looking up brown -Tile last New York ToBACeo LEAF contained an of '332,85.7 78-roo, all of which would have to be borne noc you own agala. L f. h h h f II d all t' I h d d "H t I tb T f T b by o r h h The Abbe McMaster editnr wrappery ea t oue; e u y res1ste mar 1c e ea e ow o mprove e _.b<;a o acco u pme ... ctUters w o are already overbur-of The Yournal duce1mdents to operate. .ud Trade," which contaiaed some good_ ideas. Quoting by a! revenue tax of $ r per thousand f th' 't d l"k D motte sorts were taken to a .a1r extent .or Afnca; for from a gentleman who had just returned from an ex. 1mposed on them by Congress at its last IS Cl y, an 1 et tr. trade use rich sound leaf is much color was in tendid trip in the c.ountry, it says: "If the farmers will sess i on. Rrownsocn tha 1 c_onver 1 t 0 sm a ll demand, and tbe arrivals of such, which are conresolve and adhere to the resolution,not to raise any H this measur.e of iJ1.:reasing the tariff on tobacco 1 5 oman a o ICJsm, re a es d bl h -= J ( d b & h ,. d 1 af b t d th d f s e e t s1 era e, are wu a 1ew exceptions o non escnpt to acco .or t e nex, two years, tra em e to acco WI enac e ousan s o operatives will be thrown out of Jeomt bxptenen,ces nto 50 VJU,ocharacter. Strips of-the finer 'SOrts are very scarce; the revive so as to afford a reasonab'le profit 'to both farmemployment because proprietors in many instances will n u a mos equ f 'fi 11 d 1 b h' 1 f d d I d r t "II t' t d ) be comp II -' t d k. h qnports o aru eta y cure are arge, ut t 1s c ass o ers an ea ers, an 1 no pnces W I con mue o ec me e eU' o sus pen wor s arp. IJ:C!ods ill i ttor Vf th manufacturers, have until there is nothing but bankruptcy left for those who NEw YoRK, 'A/ i/13, 1876 foi:med an adverse opinion of their working properties. Temain in any branch of the tobacco business." While Narylands aNI Ohitls were in moderate 'request, we we are not prepared to concur fully ia these views, yet .RULES AND B.EGULA.TIOliS 'UNcL:a DAN'L's REwiN-are to find that. of the some really good it would be much better for the farmers and the country Atlopte41 by tbe. Cld-d Beard of' 4 CRNSES WH M leaf IS hkely to find Its way to th1s market, as the bulk if less tobacc o was r a ised. If our farmers could be Pertollng &o JospeeUeas a.. ... ,. s .-AT IGHT -ef our stock consists of obiectiouable qualities of the duced to plant less tobacco and more grain, in a few I HAVE BEEN.-Conversing 1 ; 'th alter growth color was m deonand for home use, and for years the farmers of this country would be the most in, At a meeting of the -Board of the Association of th e wt a newspaper corres h b h fti d d d 1 h 1 d A 1 1' b T d f pond e nt, the 0 nce formid -export t ere were s_ome wqumes, ut t e P .nces, o ere epen ent peop e t at ever JVe great many pan-o acco ra e o Cincinnati, held at the office ol abl "B t W II S 1 can not have been based upon the quality of th e to-ters tobacco to the exclusion of everything else, Messrs. Wright & Creighton on the and 24,h days e ear 0 a .ree b w h d h f h I d h h h t b t h f M h 8 6 h P remarked:-"I've r e t i r e d acco. 11 regar. to t at portwn o t ast crop m an t e con seq Hence Is w en t e1r o acco lS pu on t e ? I 7 t resi .dent was authorized to apppint, erm e tl b teBded for tbe Enghsb mark e t, of the quality and quan-market and sold, they lay their money out for corn, m addttiOn to the Stan chng Comm i ttees now named 1 P an n Y .rom u s mess t t f I f d 'bl b d h d d b k h I d d h h B L .. .., 0 this t i me which I ought to 1 y o ea an_ etc., 1t I S 1mpo:as1 e yet to gtve aeon an ay, an go tru gmg ac ome oa e wit t e y-aws, a special s tandjng committee of three have do 'e e d any accurate mformauon, but we may say that on all the very articles that ought tope the. products of the i r me_mbers, be called the "Committee on Cla ims," d l ftierentn an)darhs un sides re"'ret is expressed at the small proportion of own farms. As long as_ this is the case our C(JUntrv w ill whose duties are defi d d h app1er c1r-II fi"" b 'b) h h h 1 d h 1 1 & 1 1 an w ose acti o n is to be c u m s t an c e 8 1 rea y ne to acco yet VIS! e and t e 1g pnces ru mg rem am poor an t ere 1s no 1e p or 1t. t ts a genera governed by the r.ules and regulati ons, which d d th t th t. neve ldr in the West for any thing above medium quality l The thing throughout the coutry that the larger portion of were adopted, sat d. Committe on Claims to serve s'tx reame a e tme wou f b h b I 1' k'll d d f h f 1 c h I b ld h 1m ports o the past month num er 745 h ds, agamst 239 t e p ants are a 1 e an t e armers can on y months or until tbe1r successors a re appointed:-t w i tve hhds in March last year, of which 647 were from New succeed in eno-qgh plants for a half a cr9p the It shall be duty to adjudg: e the amount of dam-Th 0 n a!l rtup cyh. Yo,rk, 62 N orf0lk, 27 Philadelphia, and 9 Boston. Des equel will prove that it was the best thing that ever age or rec lamatJon th_ at shall be paid by the Insne'ctor ere never was JUS sue r lihd 6 v I f h d :{i Th f h II :{i h f I ,.. a case as min,e ever heard 1 s, VIZ. :-_21 ldrgmta ea 228 stnps,-:ppene e w ra1se a or t e a1 ure O h1s fample to fairly represent any 011 afore. No man was ever 512 entuc y 509 stnM:ps an 64 Mary lands. Ext e nhecessanes C'k 1 1o1n f sown p ahntath1on a1w1 hogshead or box which it was drawn, and should 50 r' h I w th t ports 251 hbds, v1z. :-2o8 nca, 15 Bordeaux, 13 Ant-nes ome a poe et U o money w en e se s l:ris to-any of lhe Commzttlt absmt or inltresk_d ;, llze claim. as htas, wt or .1a1 werp, 8 Isle of Man, and 7 Malta. In Subs!ilulu thete bacco The same rule applies with equal force to the the .oth_er two mtm. blfr., 19 slie&l a tlsird ,tna firllm J.'L-Asone 1me e1g or en m1 th h h f d 1 11 h b 0 1 ji''J "" ion f d th was roug out the mont a a1r eli:land, confined p nncotton p anters as we as t \! to acco growers. ur s _oe1a 1on lo m s }'lac 1 ... The Inspector will not be held d s 0 t mloney, an d lien cipally to the better sorts, of which our stocks are now farmers must reliaquish the idea' of the one crop system. hable for damage or reclamation for wet tobacco or to- ma e o ose every o ar 'b d ,.. A ood f. W'll h d ? b h h of it in 110 short a time. I very e '!' urtVhjle considering Mor-Cmcmnau .no.t fa1rly representing the nogshead great fortune like Vanderalso m demand fo'r cuttmg purposes. J mports, 219; rison Tariff bill, having acted rather unexpectedly on or box f r om which It was drawn, the following rules bilt and tried every way 1 cleared, 12 I i 1,187 bales !fJutclt .antj Germansection 4, jumping sections 2 and 3, and preventing a shall be observed as basis of sett lement:-knew, but got caught at last. former m I? the hearing before that honorable: body, we have only this rst. When a claim for damage, or reclamation, is Besides that, 1 liked the ex dtfliculty 1n wnh d es 1 rable kmds; m e d ium left to give our view s on the above section. on .the samp]e of an Inspector in citement of making m o ne the latter m fa1r request 1or cuttmg and Ct&ar wot-k. Im: In to the proposed rates of tariff on tobacco another marK e t IS mfenor to the one drawn by the 1 and giving it away, 1 port.s 90; c:leared, 142 : stock, 1,563 packages. West and c i gars(4o cents per pound for the former and '3 spector of this market, said claim must be accompani:d given a good deal of money Ina tan _and South .Amencan would come to a gqod mar-per pound for' the latter,) we will prove to you by staby sworn of two (lisinterested competent away and am glad Qf.it So ket,, bemg .much nee?ed. _Hava_na C1gars-A good and facts that the Government is not benefited persons, who shall be pres ent when the hogshead ia and Smoking Tobaccos, milch has been saved, any domg, but owmg to pauctty of on .sale nor the manufActurers protected. Under the present s ampled and. see that it i;;. broken not Jess than u a 113, ss fo. J'7 JeA'eraoa Ave. how. Wall Street was a are. d.rawn from vther markets Mamlla Ctga_rs tariff, t _bere, has been imported into the United States, times, three times on one s1de and three times on the 1 :DETB_ OIT, liUCB. great place for makin a and Chuoots, 1f free from damage and clean, are readily accordmg to the statement of Mr. Edward Young, opp?site-that from these six breaks a fair average sam. monev, and 1 couldn't p_laced at firm C'fv endislz-Demand subchief of. the Bureau of Stat is t i cs, during the fiscal pie IS drawn. They also shall give the numbers and up the business when 1 s1ded; heay y amountmg to go8 packages; _year endmg June Jo, 187 5, 57,345,cio6 Havana and marks ?n the hoJ:shead, together.with the gross tare and c o be u.e "BasT" FNa-CuT ToBAcco that c;ua ought to have done so. Now 503 stock, 3,5tir; exdusive of die cases f t reig n cigars, wllereas the manufacturers of the net weight .of t_he. This sample and the ori...inal JDade The Wholeaale Trade a Speeialty. A t u t d St h ... d d d t d 86 0 e d c t L. &' I 'see very clearly what I mencan cu. me ates .ave ,..ro uce an a":lpe r, .9I71ooo, n rawn m mcmna 1 must tuen be returned to the A. LICHTENSTEIN & BROtHER, M A NUFACTURE R S OF 1:HE "ELK" and "ONWARD" C 1 -CA: R s s .A.D4 :Dealers in LE.A7 'l'OUCCC, Nos. 34 and 341 Bowery, NEW YORK. C:EARLES S. :S:A WES PACKER AND DEALI:ll IN J'ine COlUleeticutSeed tel.f, 11e xmm J.Alnl, N'-"'SrorJ&. LV. EAWEB .II SON, Jlri4ppart, Col& iWiR .,ACTDii H CKMAN, MEGRAW & MANU F A CTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLUG, & SMOKING Nos. 212, 214, 216-and 21-8 CARTER STREET, ztB:IJ.ADBaziBIA, :Pa. ought to have done. 1 LONDON, April J .-Messrs. Grant, Chambers & or nearly 33 times as 1s proof Inspector .at who will at once place them, ought to have left the street Mont.hlyCircularreports :-The inactivity reported that the manufacturers 1s Signi!icant one with the sv:orn in the hands of. the eighL or t e n years ago, and m our last Circular has continued through the past and should have mi!-ch we1ght C?nsideration before on Cla1ms, who wll]award damages or re what I owetl. When month, and the sales effected of American tobacco have Congress. Sho111d tanff law, .!he. W,Sed on the value .of the two samples in the I gave $too,ooo to this in'!po.n a very limited scale; in f.a..ct, there has been. c1gars, '!hch. const1tutes a Cn'lcmnatl market on day on which the award is stit p tion and that, I ought little hfe m the market at all, buyers having shown nq feature m this branch of wonld a The amount of damage or reclamation awarded to bue paid the money. dispositi<>n to operate beyond their immediate require heavy blow, and those manulacturers, who shatll be, promptly paid by the Inspector, al'!d may inAnd 1 ought to have pioexport descriptions there has but are .established all over Unned and whose any expense attending the proof oi the vided for my children by bttle .nq.u1ry, and the stock now c;>n the market 1 s of a to make only h.1gh of ctgars to cla1m not exceedmg two dollars per hogshead. g i vi n g them ePlough to very hm1ted character. From the States we )earn that wuh Havana crgars, who c?nA manufacturer or reha,ndler to substantiate a make 'em rich fo! life. In-the markets are gfmP.rally firm; and the better grades tnbute Immensely 01Vards the reveque, bestdes cla.tm for damage or reclamation, must carefully keep stead of that 1 gave my to bring full prices and tneet a reaciy sale. It many to .a:ll tobaq:o he may :find while workin&r: or re notes, and only paid the in ts now pretty well certain: that from some districts where 1 he pnce of Havana .lnl)?Orted to th1s country handh11g a hogshead or box: that is not fairly represented terest on 'em, thinking 1 a good supply of fine 1tnps has usually been put up. for 11 from to per M, sh1ppmg and exby the sample. He must then call in a disinterested could do better with een taken to a moderate extent. Strips have 3o oo 12 lbs at f,2.50. Cmcmnall sample ret-resen.ts. On receipt of samplei I've got over the worst feel-een much neglected, and the transacti: ,it h but a poor supply jn the market; the mixed and Reduced protection to the maquDamage to be _assessed as in precedinc, formerly, when you were il;>wer classes are to place; arrivals of good facturers ___ -_--.. ----. _,4. 80 p e'fe c tl y solvent, niake color would meet a ready sale. Havana cigars of 1air Proposed increase of duty on to3d. or damage will not be paid after a some provision for your quality continue to be taken upon trrival when the prices bacco, sc lb (ta. king 30 lb !apse of nine months after a hogshead or box has beea ct. i I d r en and grandchildare not too exorbitant., but lower grades are as un-to I,ooo __ ... ---1.50 mspected lllllllil ren." "Yes, I gave my so11 salable as ever, even at eJJtremely low price,. Havana 4th. When the Committee on Claims shall make an the old homestead. and some Tobacco-There is but little doiJlg in this growth, and $6.3o award of or they a hall the tn'other small property up in unless of really fair quality it ia difficult to place. Yara Again, I,ooO cigars (Havana,) cost $ roo, weighing spe .ctor a .cenJficate -Setung forth all the facts in 11le case. Putnaln County, .where:: we and Cuba are now scarcely ever asked for, the market 14 Ibs:Thts certificate the Inspector shall present to the shipf came from, which I hope having been long quite bare of supplies Manilla Prumt Tariff. Pr!lposed Triff. per of the hogshead or box, on wbich the damace Cr .. ..._ mm--.a:a:.z 'rO IJIIIOil'l' .I.DI P17JU11 will make him independent Cheroots and Cigan of condition and we!! made $roo.oo .. ------.:...cost.-.. $roo.oo reclamation 'was allowed, aa evidence that the clailllwas .. AIIDII .I.IID 'I'VIUUIY .,. 1JJID'O .. -..v.a.Lrl'Y .I.1ID &V.I.JUll'l'a&D least. My daughter had are in request, bUt at pretent there are but few offering. xo.oo 10 p.c. exp. dt's and exp's $zo.oo a just one, and demand from him reimbursement. "ernau ..... ... M 11 1' bacc 1 Th u t d. 'I'IIJIOLD P.I.V.,...._ o.-,;r, c .., ea. a ALWAY a&.UJI' -..a mharriehd di': drich and anh1 a o o demand1 ; thebre e o san were appohs.ted .1.'1' .... -'l'llft' ALIIO .&; 0 c. P. T <:> .um ms '! en e e Jeavmg conare,. owever, !W mqumes 1n t e or t e J Iro.oo -$t ro.oo by Jhe Prea1dent to hold theJr o1ii<:fes for six months, or IUlA.JIDfl o. ftiUIU8a P.I.R'II., ALL OP 1lt'IIIC:II....-.::J. &IVDI& CliUIADD atderable property to five old Imports, wh1ch will probably lead to busmess. Col 27.50 :z5 p. c. ad valorem. 49.00 14 lbs at $J.so until their successors were appOinted:.-. -......... .I.Cl'I'IOll, .UIIIft'.urcaD..., .... a.APIDLY eaowure .mo*WD .I.IID .... children, I was raade exe umbian-Amlilalema: 1We are still without any addition 35.00 14lbs at $z.5o. Commi'ltt of Atbilration-T. R. spence, Theo. .... .t.8IBJK:JIIOPClOJIPL.Uifi'JI cutor of the wilf. For 80 to the liited aupply. Carmen is in continuous -supply, stak, E. P. Stout, W. T. Hanks, E. R. W. Thomas. CAUTION. sacred a trust a11 their propwith no inquir.y for any qualities, and prices are very St7a.so $159 of AJ}eai_-E. H. Greist, F. W. Dohrmann erty I waa obliged to give megular, some holders showing an inclination to meet Loss to the Gov't on each z,ooo 5c>-$I72.5o Henry Besud,en, J. Sullinn, J. C. Gedge. security, whic:h I did oy the views o buyers. Giron has been but little operated Sptti.ll Committee on Claims-A. L. Synunea, B. F. making over to them this in; fa1r cig:u descrittions would a ready sale. Reduced protection to the manuPower, A. Nulson. -n t-ta ..;...torbMrle4,.tiJat.ta bouse wh,ere we are and the Palmyra has had but itde attention, the stock on sale __ : -----'13 By of the Board. W. J. DUNHAM, otaac:eo, Llq-'c:e Pute faltelrnpnoeated u beiDJr North river steamboats the being mixed in character. Esmeralda continues to move Proposed increase of duty on to't. H. Sunlary. P1tsidtld. Drew, Dean Richmond, St. o.ff slowly; the imports this may oow be bacco, sc per lb {taking 30 lbs .. um,. brud., the-tto CIA.U'riOX John, and Chauncey Vib-s1dered at an end for th111 season, which leaves us With to I,ooo cigars)------------Tobocco llaDuractu.n ap1ut the aDd to I bard. Tnis SC!Curity makes a stock Car from large. Chiaa bas been in fair demaod, aot1ce that lleteafter mrmauurac them whole, and I thank and had some holders &iven way a fraction in price a tDN'Pil bo bruded wltll .,. TraCie.&uk, acquired God that breach of trust to large busineaa would have resulted. may be This proposed tariff would 1hardly increase the con-uato increase at least 20 per cent. The proposed increase pfoYided for through her new. to report. Porto but l!ifling, sc per pound on Havana tot.a.cco will not, in our children and deceased husw1th bttle domg. A small Farcel Will be offered 1n -our JUdgment, benefit the Government any, and we hand. My son's principal public &ale: Tu1ke>: much the stock of are confidj:nt the present rate is all the article business now is in connec noe light color IS very tnfiiUg ; arnvals would meet a can stand, and any change could only .result in a dimin tion with the managemen t sale at good prices. Macedonian is in but mod-ished revenue. We would finally request, in the of the boats, by which he is erate demand; only miJJed clasaeJ are ofiering. Greek present already depressed condition of our tobacco leaf getting on very well." -Nothing to report. Rio Grande baa been u.ken when and cigar mao.ufac.turing trade, not to c:llange the present e. cANDREW, t\ 55 1Jil' ATBB. STB.BBT. {jj._______ lti{W YORK. \ obt. aiDable at low rates; good dry parcels would meet a rulin& -safe deposit nult just completed m L?ndon ts deemed It is sunk forty-six walls of brick and concrete s1x th1ck. lns1de th1.s structure is the 1>8fe, three feet thick, made. of fire bnck and undrillable irOD. The doors we1gh four tons each, and are swung by hydraulic power. WHAT INsECTS Cosr Us.A SL Louis scientist esti mates that the annual loss to Carmers.cansed by insecta. averages $roo,ooo,ooo; that tbe ch10ch bug alone in 1874, uus. ed a loss of o,ooo,ooo to the States, and that in three years tile grasshoppers hae caused a loss of $so,ooo,ooo. Btat how about the money taken from the pockets of pb.nten by the tobaccca worm? .. .. ''

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' JOHN ANDB\80N CO. LICORICE PASTE. loiANUFACTURERS OF THV. co. SOUCB m TOBACCOS Tohacco the,trade 114 Md 116 LIBERTY STREET. are .to lJ'HOMAS HOYT & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF FZJ..Vm ou x CHEWING AND SMOKING .-oBAOOOS A1VD SXUI'r. OUR BRANDS CHEWING : 'SUNNYSIDE, HEARTS' DELIGHT, NATIONAL, BRIGHT OWEN, EXTRA CAVENDISH. ...... H6 PICA&L ST., 5EW: 'lrORK. fBQ!IL\8 HOYT. CHAS. NEW YORK, examine and test the supenor 8o(r to of the Dealen Ita ToilacM of this LICORICE, which, being ROW tAe Stalea aDd tho brought to the highest perfection is of World to their ) f b d SOLACE FJNECUT fered under the above sty e o ran 1111. We are also SOLE AGENTS for the 'l'OBAOC::O, brand ." wblda Ia "being ence m ;,..e snnufactared oodr tho r. Cl. Cl. C. I euperviai.on of tile originator. b h ERSON Acknowledged by consumers to e t e MR. JOHN AND t llest in the market. And for the brand of Licorice Stick meet wittl !romgt atteotioa. __ ,_--. 1VOBI. 00., J. F. FLACC & CO., In all r11spects to u e .. 1'18 FIRST ST.,BROOKL'l'N, E. Do. Co_nsumers and Jobbers would do 1 Manufacturers of the Celebrated Braud a .. well to apply I Harvest, Surprise & Seaside Fon, .l:.e:t;":.::.:::."1""t Ordbaaq, ..... Galazr, Innhce aD4 Eellwether, Griuul&W ABiutMBAU, WIUIS I CO. f 31 'Willia1ll street ....... -Broken. CIIAL B. PIICilBi & BRO., Tobaccp 181 St., NEW YO!'K CHARLI!S F. OSBORNE, .. JAMES G. 2'oliacco Broker, lllo. K BBO..lD STREET. ) NEW YORK K. Rader & Son, MAY3 200 C H ATHA M SQUARE, ., T or Snu11'. LIGORtCE PASTE AND STICKS. r..FRANCIS ,S. KINNEY, MANUFACTURER OF ...J Brqther{ Cftlebrated RussiaB T9BACCO Spanish American & German CIGAR RIDO S. G.S. &OODWIN & CD., nTaA, CICARETTES AND p, S. BAIU.(l(l() .&liD Plfil!ll A.T'&LLA, I' 133 1'Uir. J KARUFACTUR.ERS OF DIC ROllA, JCll:(lBLIIIOR BILL8 .. AVO&ft'lt .u.L8 FINE TOBACCOS, 11ft\:-c T b WEST BBO.ADJV .AY, < .w.e u 1.1 0 a.cco J1EW YOR.K CITY. .DIIIIO'l' AKD ACIIIKCJ'JE' 207 & 209 WATER STREET, POWDERED LI(l()IUCIDt LOUIS HOLLANDER, TONQ.VA Blll.ur8, I .. or the Manufacture of NEW YORK. And a11 Soecialtles for Teoacco Manu. TOBACCO 'DRQEER facturen. G. W. Gail&. Ax, Patent Powdered Licorlce. 1U Water Street, D. BUCHNER, WEAVER & ,STERRY, IIDOl'blrs, 'ETER. ::" COLLINS, PlusT.) 97 Columbia Street, NEWYQBK, SMOKING TOBACCO. .,.,.., P!Mfl Bntf, s .. vJI' .e .. MANUll'AGTORY Al'll> SALESROOM, CORNEl OF AVENUE 0 TENTII STIEET;' York Sole Ageata in America for the ENJHDt'l' FJRM of sAA..'.rCBY & KANGOUBY, l tJSsm ci&Dmirr ffiil TnBmu Tho 1::o 'the Po O. Box 3:i:i4. OPFICIIl, 113 BRO.Un'VA'Ir, l'iE"':. 'l'O&K.-., TB.BO. DU BOIS, OO::M:M'T&&ZON" M a BAND POINTe"S!. And: Husk Also,. Dealer 1n Fme Havana. and Domestic Cigars. .1 aoa :i'ea:'l .:mw YOE.E.. l ESTABLISHED ISla K. C. BARKER & -CO.; Manulocta:rero oJ the Celebrated FINE-CUT TOBACCOS, AMERICAN' EAGLE": AND g 4 > A lao an ,1rades of "' l'"m..CUt and !'I DETROIT. liiiCJL Aside from packing our u Alri.ERICAN EAGLE" aucl lu tile a.tized wood packawn., 10. -. 40 apd 6o )-.., vre also pn t both N these I!"Tade! vp verJ tncely In ON..R OuNCE TLH I'OIL PACK.A<"..ss, 1'1acked ia !4 and X Gross boxes.. Libenl ?ricea made to the jobbing trade. I N. Y. No. 1.29 Maiden Lane, NEW YOf:tK. .... ZDn1811Jl 00., MANUJ'ACTVUU or TOBACCO SEALING WAk. Ani lmpertm .r GIJwint. Drug!. Gums.' I.W wmiam St.. Kew 1roU. TINFOIL, WARRANTED PURE TIN, POl WUPPING CtG.US ani. CIGAUl"l'ES, a:n4 LININ&/CIGAB liODS. WlnEMANN BROTHERS, 184 WII.I.IA. 8'1'., K. 'Jr. I. R. 1118100, Importer of the Well-Kuowu Brands of Nli:W YO:BE I A. HEN &co PIOIBBB TOBACCO OF BROOKLYN, N Y.. :1. :. 'WBI'l'l..a, Tftaa. --t::n.T::-IIJI!f* 16-lf J: lroa4 Jlllgy H 'II$ 1.75 :Broa4 w &.a .. 71 1.80 6 .. 1.80 Utt 'H8 LoD4rft T ellow 7 .a "' II. Si 141. 1.50 :t.oB4rtl Tello'W' :13-18 DL 3i 741 1.30 :t.oB4rtl w 7-1 t 3t j41. 1.70 Lon4res Te!low 7-8 Germu 10. 34748. 1.15 Loudres Yellow 7-8 15. 34 1.05 :r..c.me. Talln lJ.lS ao. M o ,95 laJsal1ola 6-8 II. 72 l60 J1'0I4 W 6-8 IL 72 7dl. l.60 :Broa4 Tello. 5-& ., III. 72 748. 1.50 :: ti: lfarrow TeUcw 4-8 jj m; 12 1.05 Narrow w 4-S m 72148. 1.12 Narrow Tell01t' Bo:r lUbbona 72 y4a. 0.85 Narro'lf Btd '12 y4L 0.90 TICRBII-CJAIIR.-AU Orders will be promgtly Pri of Clpr aod Sempleo of ,Kib boos aod Laboffercbalte-odsoflJI1\-llt Dat1o:a'I>

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