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

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

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VOL XII.--NO. 14 NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1876. vVH0LE N-0. 586 Jint'ftn or .llfln'l8118 li'EW YOBlt. TtlurcW' I b ld.!!a. Wia K Ill Poytoa. Sc:bldella vr. H. "'Co., 110 .. .,. Willi..... DA YT()J(, HMNUI c; .. ,.,. Fl..,.,.. / PiMI-Cfll -s-MMr r ... 6rleo Ala. .at Rroo., 16 CoUCfle !'lace 16.cu. Lfc.,lu. Cottftr1.1l, P'eun.r a Co 115.,11 K. S.C.acl. Hill11 11.. Sou. Co" 5S Ce4M. 'a p:::.. w--a SterTY. Cellar ...... S..ll LuJ b,Uit .. Gravee G. -i.AlfB'U&T o.-. llea8ol It C.. Water. DBTBOIT, KMio. F!Dke Cllarl-. I !>,I M....V-.,.1 4f Cru-ir ..u LbNbt J'. C.& Co. tU Water. ( Tel'"*' McAleer, A. II: Co., Wale< Barker x:. c ., c.. ,4a.,. } .. ,..., 1 .,.._ "''UMtD 1'NIIB4. Parker, Hohaelt a c .... !7 Jelrenwn Awe Gat.luie It C.., us Frollt. 4fl HH-""' )'-.w,, iff .SuJ Nu;-/ T.&.ud /,.;.clw-Lu/_ fohou. HoHIMa V(. ].It Co., u William. LichteGber'Jr G. B. a C..,61 C"nareu st. Eut M_f.,.tlll'trs 4 CJcv J#Mu. !DDf:DIGllL. aat Iacli ... Erlou K. W. l Soatb. Cir-1(--1/11-.tl Jacob, .' 1: ,95 u;...-Campbell It Ce. Lewl"'. N, C. Wlcko wWiam., C<>., l5Jill .!oaoAi..r :r--. Cit..,-B (.od#r .,J IIW 1r .. t1.. Blaclr.-W, T. A: Co Dalr It C.., 165 MaideD La,.. :t:V All. YJI.loL lad. c.,:, r.u-C --a..,,,..,.. .,." ru_,.,1 u 14 If. YIWam. Korrt. c. J. Ill c .. Lbeaatela Ga..:., re1 Kaid.aD l aae. JIAB"rl'OJUt, a-:. wt.u. w c.., ss" Gowu. PM,, IJ*iiA Ci,tM IW'-. Bloloep,J. lr S..0. .j6 -. .U.U.U J 1 6 Cedar. DL.a J. a c 111 State. Jbbbanl N. 041 -T"'-'lh-Poll. Lee Geo., Illata. 01MU ].]., ,a OroobJA ...... r6t Kaltrerry t' x..oe. A III .. ..U, u6 11M ul -t 1,.,_,.. ., Ti l'il. Sbapbanl 11 Pau ... Wl-B.etia!'l"< 114 "'VUIIaa -A.. L. lr 'p., Toi.uu R"fLi"l Well"" q. 1S4 Howw' -..a. c..., 105-M! 1_,. Weotplaal ullllate. ToHograpltlc Co., p 6:34 Vooe, H .. Heppeobeimer 6: Maanr u lilerth WWI&m Cwk, M. Bro. 1 Cirv-.6ex L.btl .,J Tri,.,;l .JAJIEIVILL:t:, Wb H-llelaer Mr W.orw, u I< J4 N. Wllllam. Pcckw aftd .Dflllw tn SMd LJ.f. WuUJCU.. .6.., !11 o..-. F,..clna. l'raacla. -ru.-. 8uli"f: """ LAJlC.AaTQ. Pa. llta-W. c..., '9'1 wuu.ua. De.lv ill t-j TliH. M-111{-.. if Kinnq Brif. R.uin Clpntur. Schaberlb, C. G. au...., F S. ,..., Weet llrtiarlway. Wloo a frey, 61 aoo j3 Nortll Duo. Apttc7 for P....,w 7"---' c.,. Htull LIVEB.POOL. :1'--SamDeiaotlEC!Ward olt Co bal--::-DuBolo Tloeo., IID6 Pearl. S..)'tU P. W. Ill Co., o Nortla Jelm. 8 Water. DobaD, Carrcl.l & Co. 104 'froDt. o.Bo\s Eapne, 15 Front Wm. A Co 171 Pearl. Banlbach. r 15 Sbtlo Av Folk G. It Bro. '7' Watte A. 0., 111 Pearl. JAel, "3 Pearl Levla. M.. H 16:1 Pearl. Mack Alesaoder, tea Water Maitlall4l Robert L !lr: Co., 45 Btoa4. Martin &: 79 Froat !temper It Co., 131 Malden Laue. Meyer A.. C. L II< 0 42 BeavOI'. Oatmaa At,., a66 Water. O-'>el-, M. i; Br.,tber, JB Water. Q&bJaw U.OU.en 48 8rDed St. PdB Wm. M., no Mai40JI Laue. Onlll, J.P. II< Co., 39l'lroad. 1{-a. G. l'79 l'earl. SawJU, Wallace It Co., 47 BroU. Sclde1el C. 166 Front Schmitt J. a6a Water. 5c:ltrMde< & Bon, 178 Wawr. lchroet.Ricltaroa & Co ., )o Bro.d. Mwr'-'U. JlOJileo Bnrtltero I* Co. '6 1r 48 Place Buyer uf TIIIJtJ-. Jl-G. ss Brood. Tolurteo Bro.,. O.ttaa joha, n7 Pearl. Floclter Cllaa E. o1i Bro., sr Waw 'J'locller, F-crlctr., 41 Broad Louie, 148 Water. Oll>oJne, Chari .. F., S4 lll'OM taller M.lt Soa. 133 p..,L :&Mclr. A. ... -Laa if T.._,, Jollll .. Co. lifo "' """"' Llbor\J. water. BMbaaaalt Lyal 54 Brooei'L D. H. & Oo. cor. A .. DDe D aarl T..: IOIIei' Jl{n. G. B A: Co. 9'1 ColaaWa p...,.._ 'Eabacco Colllp&r>J, 114 Wato +-u for CMwinr and S..lf-.: r.-.... '" ,....., -P-' ..... Beldaer. PulL A Co., 35 Wal'nla. .lk>llCII Cbarlea, 53 !lower} rr.,. a eo .... v -Y .o-Ill Scltlo .. er, 141 allll141 .Aitoraer. H.-..]. A., u Bowery Hellb...,...r, lil-atbal oil: Co., M s..-d St. S. Ill Co., liOO <.."batlwll !Ml lr 3 & 7 DoJIIl'o llroo. & Balldy, 109 lr: rs1 Gn11ol iiplel. "' Bowery iAn' .Bcoo. "1"' u7 Bcoome Uclitenotela .Ill Bn>. 34111 ,.,. .._., Llchtenatelll B1oo. & c.. a68 Be.-,.. M. w. & llro, s-" Bowery 'WIt.qet 1183 Peall or.1er s. 197Jji aDd Grenwlu loCo. 84 &Dd S6 :R.eede lloJllti(E, n Bowery StldaeiMOf Water Oaaaalu A. Water M&ral:l.ia Co. .. a2 S..ther C.. "' 11'. P. o1i l,;o,, 191 P-1 ltiveca btianutll, _7' Mai.,eu L&ae Saochu, Ha}a a Co., to '54 Milder& Laae. SaD Jubao J., tiS Water. .._Oil M. 4o E. s, Maid .. JAM .,_&Beraaoim, 187 1'w .,, a; \Jo. s r1Ae Wolter FrledmaD i: Frelao0 10!1 1'-W' ..... J!;IIW .. .... "bor Y. J4arti.oe& & Co,. a6s Water Mtulufa&turers of Wut...tu.;.n.. if a-... De llan Fred'k I* Co., 41 IJI 45 ,.. __ Kimball, Gaullieur & Co., 29 Warren. N.cr all& .Law10o, 33 Murra> lioeideabe3 Co ller Place D;.t / 11u "Flc. .ut s....-a...., A!aa Gorae, 173 Wat..-__ ,, a., ,.._ Batt a a. Bn>th.,.., ,. w-. .,_ w .... a eo.. 5<>1 lln>e4llu a;...u....,.. s,... 41< Bouoy; uid ,.,.. Graad Geebel J. & Co.. 1>9 Maid Lau &r-'lf .. -,, 9{ .a....,.,,., 111 ,_..,.,. Deadl Wl!IL .. x:a..tmana a ...... BoDdy, 109 ud lSI Graa. r.}frtrrl.{ P ... Anoado 'If R. '4 Broadway. -llrlllclo.erb1 Broa4wor. Now IIllO, Yo...,.er 6: Co. M-wf.elolrrfS!t#w Fi,pru. 0. StrausS. 179 A: ,a, L...na. Dulff>n IJaf TC'/J;u91"'95 Yoaroe. KEWAII.Jt 1r ;J Upteirove & 465-475 Ji:aat Tenth. Oampboll, x.a..e Oo., 4s.1Jrooo4. s.,u M-f"Mt-r / tiH OriP,..I c;,.,,,. S111i. li'EW La, Emmet W. C r 114 Pine. XoHcce O.iui ..id6ri'-U. OII.La.&.lll. LA..-X..... SCHAII.FEJl It CO., Tobel:co l'acton aarl C'-I'OD lillot1 .... ta, ali C-ota Street. P.6.Dl10.&JI, KY.-J4..:.r.. 'If. B. lr: BRO., Lea( Toha.o Bl'ta. PIIILADBLPHU.. pA..-Mr A. a. FOUGEII.AY TobaC< Maoa"l> &ct11rera' Aa:t. 55 'Nortlt Fl'Oilt Street.. RIOHXO!ID1 Jt. A.lULLS, Tobocoo BrN,.,.. aad Colllmlo' 1lon Mer:haot. ToUacco Ksc:.Ja.aap-, Shocbe SU.p. ST. LOVII, 110.-Mr. ]. E. HAYllES, Dealu ID Leaf Tobacce, 7 Sdutll Secoac1 Street. Otm PLA T:roB.K 1'01. 1876. lncreaae the Revenue fto.., the Weed to FORft MILIIIONS, I ALBAJIY' Jr. Y. s c c o" Gunthttr, teveoaoa. Ql. o., 1 ommoa' .. llroa4.."ar. l(remolbeCfl, &b.aefor aed Co., 1)6 CummoD. : "by Fixing the' Tax 'PERMANENTLY at Cigar MM/sinu. BALTDIIOB.:E. F. ;;aehnel !lr: H Norman'a Claar Maklafl Ma-T.tlce W chine. Box 1477. 121 and UJ Lont St. Albrecht P A, 16 Soutb Frederick PADUCAH, x7 Barker & W .. anet:t >9 Soutb Gay 1Nol:., 17 Gay PETERSBURG. V .a.. G11otber, L. w. 9 South Gay 1-.6MfWeU ll.. B! IJ< Oo., J9 Nortlt Water. _.6_ r .... ,.,. .. Meers Rao4aW, JSO Market ,n, M_O:,re & Nortla Water Felper F. W. 1r: SoD, 90 So11tb Charioo J .. a.., p Nwta Walao. Marourc Brothon, t.o 149 S. Ola&rt St. Jieil Jhu H. & C ,u1 South S.coDc:t-Wlllteu H. A: Co., 111 Wo.t PYatt. Sonw, Oootr. 6 Co., ,., N"rtlt Wat.ot Becltu :..= t:i::{ T.._, &-. S, M-/Mftwwn. Vetterlela J. II Oo.,. 135 /.rcll. Stoir .R. lr:JCo. as Soatla Calve.. Wa.rtmaa IL. I* SoD, 1J Nertla YUU... r Pm.l .SliM R111#r. Wells & Roberta, rblrd aDd Guard Avo. Kerckho Q. It Co., "1'1 8oatb Cla.ulae. ,_,.ard, Garrett a n Nwta Watw Tj:uu / Snu.F .au To-Loerfl 31 North Seveatlt B.BJI:t:lf 0.. Knecht, Smith dr. Co. '3' ortlt Tltird St. Ludy }Do. J. 503 Jt 5>5 S. JJGtla, 'IIIOMve, we telegraphed to Dr. Spence for further information on the subject, with the follow-Pita Pl'l.'TSBVBOH. Pa. Moraltall 11 361 H-. M-oft*'"' V :ilr,.(f, icg result:JRJRALO, Jr. Y. & Bro., 79&Dd8rl!at.ltltfield. p r g 6 -L'---' n--'r ,. n ____ _,_ ,_ l. c-HILADBLPHIA, -" IS, I 7 ,..._, -"-R.tl" -a -" Lltif-TH. Otlzn-Tollaatu. Em TOll oF "THB ToBACCO LxAF"-Deat' Sir:-In ztalt o. 19l PurL L w a Libert 1 d' b f d I ld th t ... Jltm-R 1 rep1y to your tspatc o toay, w_ou J&Lr, ,,.r.,.tS.,.r'l'-PBOVID:EirCE. B.+ D. Catlin and Mr. A. C. Hudson of St. Louts, wuh myCodr S. BrowD' & Co., 14f )(aU. .. 7##"' ;,. CirtW'I. I d fi 11 h C f I Farrtaaton w. l' ... 5 Dyer. self, have exp rune u y to t e om miSSIOner o nter--r-.u. QUIXCY.clLL" nal Revenue, to. the Committee of Ways and Mean,, and Re;.n&DD, Koenig 41 Subert, N. CaDal. of l11lo{J 1obaii. to ether prominent members of the absurdity Duius;. LuJ T""-0t" Gem Clty1'ebacco Woru: E, H Tomer, Preo.; anQ. the iniquity of tbe attempt to suppress large packOaH S. 8. A: Co Sootlt W, Ill. Goaa. 1 M-rI,..,./Cr-MwllMMw ill T'""'-BJCHII.OJID Va. agu of fine-cut ccewing, and we are fully [ satisfied /hal :Mau.rV c. F.,''' Clarlr.. f MlrcUt,. z. .t 1 '11 b -' j 1 Dulv i Z..IIF Te.lorwre. ... no ,,.ange wna ever WI" e maue m ac,.mg. Broo.,l'/_ WeotbaMlpll. Noftlg'a SoD A. w .. Tobacco Ezcbaa8'e. Your s truly, 01-- .-T/u Crll C.U.iitr al """"'" Wiao Jameo M. 41 ll'1 T)lirteo..th., _.. :1-".1 itJ, fAa{ zo....,.IIO 'i>o(1 nil O.llhr i Ll'!f l1 -. Boyd Jamea N IJ17 Oary J1ec1r. olt"'lrtlt, a ant1114 Wa-. Dibrefl Wm.. E., 14><> Mill a. A. 1 Actam. Henry H. I Lake Co.&,.Uiiilfl Sk 4/ Mo-. To/Nuu. CJDfODIJ(ATL Wright J. Dollhr ;. Ha.,.....IIIUI.IN.uli& aocs::EIITEJI.. x. Y. ........., Henn. 161-16t P01 .-21 "-E_ggort, Miller oli Co., n Mala. u.anJ"''"'"'' '!! Kalla)' IUcll Jt 11.-tbcr, us W..t 1'.-t. WhaleD lL II T., lila State. fhdkrs ;,. Sp.,.W, and VigtJW Llo/ Do.Ju i Llf TNc ... Meyoir Hy., 4 6 F=t. Mooely D. E., lllUI avoet. Wuil:elmall F .. lr (.o. b F...,.. SAN FBAJICJSOO. of Fi-Cfll C""""'r -The Coaaolillt a week agq. CIGARETtE F.&.aro:aY OF J. BASCH 6 00./at t3& Cll.atllam Street ..

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A DouBTFUL CoMPLtMENT ...-lL has suggested the hex taken away flom lii.m. that the Rendrock the night of the 6thManng Petri cnes fur help, the Ji;eel>ers eotered inst. "'as by way of ovat iOD to Jtney City' new tobacct' cell and fou?d h1m crouched .down 1n aac QOfncr, M 'or the other :msoners were helpmg themsehres to the Cl ay gars. The cigars 1>\"ere recovered and retair.ed by the CR.o.p PaosPECTS IN M1ssouaL-Our Mr. Graff r!l prison officiallit and Perri was placed in mo1her cell. ports from St. Louis (under date ay.16), that leaf m that market is very stiff, but that tlaere Ill a fine prospect for a large tobac:co crop in Missouri. SUICIDE OF A BoSTON CIGAR. DU.r.R -On the sth inst., Otts W. Sargent, wl:lo a cigar store :n.Boston, committed suicide by shootmg htmself. from business troubles was the cause. WHOLESALE, RETAIL AMD 1"011. W said that a Towanda (Penn.,) sign read thus:-" John Smith-teacher of cowtillions and other dances-gramer taut in the neetest manner-fresh salt henin on drafthkewise Godfreys cord1al-rutes sassage and other gar den truck.-N. B. A bawl on fJida nite-prayer meetin chuesday-also salme singin by the f Ctmli from &tjftw..t.] of a Kama oof, risiot pward and in. .. rd t faced ,bte-glaas ia hiob ue sa hw the ceeter, aDCI!iaed with ailk velvet of verrniliOD hlle. CLOSING THI CENTENNIAL ON Philaelpbia COrrespondent writes US that a large and Te spectabJe meeting of citizens of Philadelphia was held JONES AND H1s SILVER.The si!ver:dollar thus poetically characterized:_.. snuff, chewing and smoking tobaccaa in small From eadl of the four comers containing the cryltal parcels. In the centre of the aleoves are thTee glass towers an elaborate!) constructed double arch IS sprnnl(. globes of varying siilie containing the "Little Joker," on which is wrought in letters of gold, 'F. W.l'eJaaer & "Big and "Content" smoking tobaccos. These Son, Manufactarers, Baltimore.' The top of the arcb is are all or> the left. At the right are specimens of surmounted by a globe and an eagle holding in smoking tobacco and snuff, and in the oeott;e glass its AJPeJican ftag. This piece of globes filled with smoking tobacco varyiQg styles and was constructea fr0111 suggestillns fnrnis!ill:l by tha&nn." grades. In another alcove are beautiful glass jars con-Among the goods on exhibition manufactured lav thi1 taining samples of their various snuffs. At the rear are firm are included many of their more popular "lirands, three compartments, the raicldle one smoking s11ch as "J: X L," "The Same," "Old .Bay State,'' tobacco uf fine quality. Close by are four glass pails, "Essence of Durham," etc. Their cut andary tobaccos, full size, with silver phHed handle!, in which is fine-cut of which they make a feature, also shown by sample, chewmg, bearing the nO\me!l, "TalislJI;uJ," "llaltimore," packed and unpacked. Along with bright cut CaveDhas been "Chesapeake" aRd "Kentucky." In an alc;ove at the dish, several specimens of their German smoking to rear is a glloiiS qliDder about "four feet it heigbt and bac:coe arc shOWn; in that awrday eveuing, to 11'0 t -.ainst the closing of t e ennial Exposttion on SunClay. A PRESS oF MATTJJit -Owing to the press of Centen nial matter tapon t:l .-::oh'1DDIJ. e an! again compelled to omit ma::ty intete:llr.g ireme which come to us from all sections of the ex. from-the West, where our Business :Mahager is at present traveling. We JUry and find rpom wr week !eaator Ton ha1 allver to tell, And S eaator Jones Don't make any bone Of telhnathe co.Dtry to bay, At figureo rmarkabiJ The eilver tb.al Seeator ]one hu to tell TOBACCO IN THE CONJtJ'GAL RELAT{ON.-The other day a Broad Street broker pet his door the fol lowing sign, Beware of the devil and his wife, rum and tobacco, the cause of all the evil in the wo.Jd,"' and re marked in explanation to a reporter:-"Ycs, sir, I put that sign out there, and I intend keep it there for a warning to tpe young u.en of Wall Street. Jhe tim last rile, met with a t cordial was when I would go forty blqcka for a dnnlt; I reception. He ound the traJe in a fairly ltourishmg have not touched Tiqu. day for their work, the name of the firm and date of estabhshment-18zs-thing which nobody else would have. On exbibiting cigar and other omitted friends, who so well and provide 1/wr 011111 food and clothes, while men receive on them. In the centre is a rose and silver 111ounted what has Peel\ done, even a biased observer must admit deserve prompt mention for what they have done to but five or six cents per day. He expects to be absent glass case containing various specimens of their chewing he has succeeded in his aim. Any thing more novel or grace tiM! oe, excuse we .feelassured, the several1e_an; h1.own pay being $r.,soo pu annum in and smokin:; tobaccos in foil and packages and unexpected is probably not to be found in the whole delay of another week Notices of every exhibitor are jars. Near the case are four pails of dtfferent brands of Exposition. The exhibit is a tobacco house large enough I d ...._ fine-cut, and at the side, a little in the rear, pyramids for a 150 pound man pr woman to dine in without much a rea y--tn r r- \"E HOPE IT IS NOTHING WRONG.-A cotemporsnr J Th -, of lel'l pails each with gilt bands, plate-glass heads and mconvemence to arms or egs. e structure IS vanREFtL PTY AR. Boxas-A THREATENED makes the followmg startling assertion regardmg the fancy labels, form!ng a semi-circle. In the rear of t!Je and pagoda being the faRAlD.-'-It is said that Secretary Bnstow has forwarded cigar trade:T _he means employed by our case is a gilt framework, pyramidal in form, with diamond It IS entirely of plug tobacco, instructions to 1111e tes Revenue Assessors manufacturers for f"enprJI subtf_uai htve shaped inlerstices, in which are fifteen pails of fine cut, _wnh excepttor> of the .whtch are plate glass, in is city to d 011 all clpr dealers and keepers of such an event, and made posstble a the whole ornamented with flags, ribbons and rosettes. and w1ll "fifteen feet 10 he1ght by from four. to salopns in wbK:b ci e sold, whO may have in their European not the shgbt-At the rear of the enclosure is a fine rosewood and glass five feet m w1dth. It stands upon a da1s covered poslesswn emply c1gar oo es with uncanceUed revenue est Idea what a reciprocal subdual 1s, but we trust, case about fifteen feet in length and twelve feet 10 he1 gbt, blue plush. Full :-nd half-length Navy pounds, br1ght staQJp&.. lt is thus g t to reacll1be '' blockatle-run-and for ,of. a large and cespectaLle class of in whtch are suspenned to the extent of its capacity by and dark alternatmg, and firmly glued together, or the ned'' rations b f become so ex men, that It .11In these days, howeve ribbons, brands of choice cutting leaf tobacco, asso;ted Above. All," constitute from base top the as to be a serious. hindrance to legitimate trade. o.f Congressionalmvesugauons and unexpected defalca-and arranged so as to disclose contrasts o!" shade and matenals edtfice, the wbole bemg covered ttons, one scarcely knows what to expect, and we may cotor. On the right of the enclosure is a pyramid of a co.at of -v:arn!ah. The floor, located on a level A WxslER.N WDDINc-"W.e have actually heJd business and soctal intercourRe with barrels in different colored wood filled with numerous wtth the Window 11lls, 11 constructed of half-pound lumps of the matnage, a few d cigar manufacturets guilty of reciprocal subdual"-ism brands of smoking tobacco in paper parcels. Standing the "Above All," and oa 1t rests a silver laden Esq, of the well-know11 acco maDufacturers without knowing it. The reflection ts not a pleasant at the left hand is a candeh.bra ten feet htgh in blue and w1th morsels, large and small, of the same article. At of Geghao & Murphy, pf c Mr. Geghan leads one! gold and surmounted by a balloon-shaped glass vase the summit a vase of Bowers is designed to be placed. to the a t9-r a lady pf tile r nti ly name _of THE PooR. F:aLLOWS WHO OwN THE BoNANZA.conl&ining finecut chewing. On each of the three top The of the appears ,?n the Kate one who once ID d f "I d" d branches rests a pail of tobacco. On the middle branches glass m the form of a globe With' the motto Above be of: Killamey, but, as a local Journal Tqe nct.est o S! ver yet .JSCOvere a All, -gt'09'811ll b r L u .G h. d hi b d cotemoorary m d1scussmg the stlver dollar b1ll, was are six small Yases encircling the stem, in wh1ch are equa y eaut. u !'4r. an s n e found a little more than a year ago m Nevada. The samples cut tobacco, and around the base are six L. L. ARMISTEAD, LYNCHBURG. wtll VISit the Centenma di&CU'I the.honeymn. outlay of a sin"'le dollar for labor and the Recessary pails filled with the same material. In an enclosure embracing, perhaps, eighty square & feet the leading brands of smoking tobacco by CLOCKS AND CIGARs-A No ELD&vlc"x.-Ourl:ius: macl!inery produces from the f"bonanza" a quantity of STEWART, RALPH"' co., PHILADELPHIA. this manufacturer are represented. Standing on a iness Manager writes from Cincinnati that Messrs silver which sells for se_veral dollars in any part of the This houst: exhibits only Scotch Snuff, but makes a raised platform is an upright case of walnut and glass Lipman & Prin, of r6I Race Street, have placed upon world. Is it seriously propoSt!d, in order that lite provery pleasing dieplay of this lllaterialin a upright about five feet high and four feet wide each way con the market a novel brand of Cigars, labeled "El Hick, pnetors Q! this enormous mineral wealth may sell silver walnut and glass case some twelve feet in height by taming" Occidental." Resting 00 this case is a large ory." With every five hundred cJgars is packed a first at almost as a price now as it commanded before four or five in breadth each way, as also m boxes ready glass globe filled with the same brand of tobacco. At class clock, tbe box containing which is two inches longer she discovery was made, that the Government of the for shipment in anoq,er pal't of their eec:ICI!Iure. The each corner of the case, and partially encircling the than ordinary. 'I'bc cloc:Jt lileiag placed in one end of United States shall step tn and prevent the metal from case contaiu jars and bladders of annff of varying globe, are vases holding smaller quantities of this vari the box, a dial is owa OD tbe outside which marks the dropping any lower? We are compelled to believe that form and sizes adapted to the graduated shelves on ety. Other brands are seen in another case at the left time. the affinnativonswer to the q,uestion we baye put must wh1ch they rest. A neatly carpeted space of abo11t hand. The globe bears in tasteful letters the following DEcoRous BuT NoT PROrtTABLE.-At the close of the Cenlennial season, the stockho1ders will probably finli from diminished receipts that a great mistake was made m not admitting visitors to tl'ie exhibition on Sun day. As a Philadelphia tobacco merchant sa1d to our be given. The nchest men m the United States are fifteen by twelve fecit comprises the limits assigned to inscription :-"Vieima Medal, r 873 Occidental. L. L. askmg the charity of the the Govthis exposition. And here, as well as anywhere, it may Armistead, Lynchburg, Va." ernment to insure them against a further fall m the be remarked, that nearly all the exhibitors have evinced It Will be obvioul to the reader that special praise of price of silver! taste in the aelection 'of carpets in harmony with tlte the quality "of the goods of exhibitors, or a general represc:ntative, while taking notes in Agricultural HAll, JuRY .-A jury at Hobart Town, Australia, being una be there are thousands upon thousands of persons who to agree on a C:tirnin.al case, were !Qcked up. not aflwd to viait die &position on any other day a fruitless d1scussit-n on the merits of the case un than the Sabbath, and as they are deprived ot the op-der their considerauon, some of the jurors produced pQrtunity tte o t dBf, they not go at all. p1pes and cigars, and attempted t reheve the tedium J of thetr pos1tioo by smoltmg. The other jurors' to v C :k SVILLB. TENN.-Our vtihom tobacco was an armoyance instead of solace, ob. general surroundings of their respective places enumeration of brands, i11 connection wtth the descrip-MARBURG BROTHERS, BALTIMORE. tions of the exhibit& would be inadmissible in a sketch This nrm does not make a large exhibit, but their goods of this nature. Ia our introduction approving comment are nevertheless displayed to excellent advantage, much has been indulged in to an extent sufficient to denote taste and mgenuity having been exercised in the con-our thorough of the quality, as well as the struction of the receptacle in they are_placed. A elegance, of the goods exhibited, and it only remains for prominent feature Of tbe dl1play is a hOJ:;sbea" bright us to say that, in every instance, and from first to last, North Carolina tobacco, from which the staves have been the tobaccos referred to, whether plug, fine-cut, cut and exposed in an octagonal glass case. This tod'ry, or granulated, snuffs, and cigarettes, are probably bacco, after the Exposition closes, will be m;mufactu ed the rinest specimens ever seen, and as fine as it is possi by the finn into the brand of smoking tobacco known as ble for human skill to make them. MAY 17 ;IIYBTEBIES OF A.DULTUA ) ';(IQ]I, I -orld Is GIY-te .. -TIIiDP 1ne e& Wlaat dleJ' Seesa-llase Il die e ...aer tlt.aD tile Exeepdoa Ia eree 111 all ........_ bat Oan"-Bw Pa is Deeelv.. lle.-e of" die -lid ... 'If IIII!Jie' ll'eat genius (writes cotemporary) with the spirit and lingleness I puTpoae of a Henry Bergh, the defiant audacity of a Danton, Aftd the analytical skill of a Bunsen, were to prepare, and demand space in the Philadelphia Expositioa to exhibit, specimens of the materials and processes resorted to in all the coatenapo rary adulterations practiced in commerce and naanafao. ... lliOIIt iostnac&i the period, and the results of the exhibition might be a "new departure" in trade morality. J!'or it be found that, as everybody was cheating everybody else, the net profits of the were neutralized. all hands, and no one was advantaged, while m&DJ were injured in innumerable ways. The variety and volume of trade adulterations and trade clippings in weight and measure are startling; but probably the worst feature of tbe case is the tacit consent or the trade to tbt npous classes of misrepresentation, as btiog a sort of admissi ble sophistry that is necessary to the conduct of business. So long as the trade knows, it is assumed, the false pre tense and the deceit practiced upon the people is not offensiYe to comity nor to. trade. morality, and is not contrary to good policy. It seems to be thought that the short length of a spool of cotton or silk, the small prcportion of the genuine :article in a box of mustard, the wooden bulkheads that iill up a box of raisins, the six "quart" bottles that scarcely niake a gailon, are trade facts upon a par with the English pound sterlin& that 11sed to mean a pound ef silver, or the Har.ti&n dollar," or which three hundred go to one of Silver. One of the courts in England, indeed, recently decided that when a man bought a pound of mustard be COIIld not compel the seller to deliver any such thing, but only a pound of an article which was commercially known as '' m11stard." At this point we take issue. The case of the pound sterling is not similar, for the discrepancy there is not a trade secret but a matter of universal knowledge; the essential fraud and immorality of t!Je cases of slmrt measures and sophistications is that they are trade secrets used to take advantage of the consumer, who is ignorant of the facts. The canner and the retailer both know that the one-pound can of hermetically sealed oysters contains only a few ounces of oysters, far leu than a pound ; ut the p11rchaser does not know this, and can only find 1t out at his own cost and by ellperi ence. This is fraud, and tbe trade, in r.onsentmg to it, collsents to fraud. So with the spool of cotton, still an inch in diameter, though seven-eighths of that thickness is made up of wood or boll ow. Here, too, is a fraudimpotent, in.feed, because universally detected, but noae the less dishonest. Of some capital current devices for fraudulent sophis tication, the secret is. as yet confined to the manufacturers and wholesalers; and the the only clau who are .in communication with the consumers, are kept blindly ignorant of the frauds practised upon them aDd the attendant losses and dangera. We leave out of consideration entirely the case of wines and liquors, .... where adulteration to poiso111ous extent is the rule and purity the elfcepllon, and turn to.so111e other contrivances_ almost as enormous but not so generally suapect;d. A journal in the confectionery interest has lately coolly informed the trade that for coloring candies, jellies, ices and 11yrups, the mineral pigments, such as arsenic, chrcme, lead, verd1ter, cinnabar, and also an aline sAtnt/tl not be used, being fatally po1sonous; but the trade IIUIY use indigo, Prussiao blue. carmine, cochineal, Brazil Persian yellow berries, gamboge, saffron and fustic -all of them poisonous sulbstances, but so in 1 lesser degree. The poisonous matters employed in improv ing," shaping, polishing and giving color, body and flavor to teas, are deplored by the trade, but accepted as called for by a depraved taste in consumP.rs which must be pandered to. Bakers say that, because their customers demand wh1te bread, it is necessary to use alum or kaoUn in the manufacture; the real demand being only"'for high grades of pl1re ftour, which cost more to make up than adulterated low grades, just as the adulterated teas were originally imitations oi the higher priced young teas. Coffee in its best state has a certain rich shade of color, and thi.1 is imitated in inferior quali ties of the berry by packing it so that it may heat to a certain degree on the voyage hither. Green pickles are a desideratum with housekeepers, and the trade fin.ts it cheaper to green them by the use of copper oxides than by preserving the natural hue by more costly processes. Syrups-the fine white syrups of our sugar refineries are not "adulterated," as it is nicely put, but only "bleached by secret chemical processes. But then, cones n s liD G Graff of THE jected to tbis. !A; was tqe result. From NEW YORK ToBACCO LEAF paid us a visit this week and wo1ds the jurymen came to vio'encc:. The windows of shed the light of his beaming countenauce upon our the room in Y.hich they were confined were to Board of He received a heO\rty welcome, aQd, atoms, and to h alrm of the passets-by a chair was we are glad to say, a fu!l addition&'! list of subscribers to hurled out of tlie window, but happily with no one in it. his very valuable The boys' say that they are This, it is alleged, was dene by the non-smokers, who passing through a crisis and they are bound to keep justify themselves on the ground that the fumes of to posted, and as THE L"IAF spreads all the tobacco marbacr.o had rendered the atrttosphere of the room so kets of the world before them, they are bound to b_-ve unbear ble as to make a large and immediate supply it.'' of fresh .air absolutely necessary !or existence. The the "Seal of North Carolina." In deta!ltheir exhitnt may be described as follows. Their show case at the base is octagonal in {orm and incloses an area of eleven feet in diameter. Including the base and crystal tower, in which the hogshead of leaf tobacco referred to is loca ted, it has a height of thirteen feet, the dome being surmounted by an eagle. The base of the case is two feet six inches in height, composed of French walnut, richly carved in chaste designs and highly ornamented with elaborate mouldings, relieved by dehcate tracings in hlack. The panels are of JlOhshed rose-wood, and at each angle are richly wrought brackets of the most elegant and artistic workmanship. On base or counter is a case divided mto compartments, con sisting of a frame-work of polished silver, rising to the hetght of about a foot, and extending to the rear, in the style of a Mansard roof, which supports the crystal plate glass of which it is coillposed. ln the centre of the open !'pace, formed by the octagonal base and cases, nses the base of tbe tower, four feet in diameter and feet iii height, coRstructed of walnut, ornamented with elaborately wrought carvings and surmounted by a cornice. From the top of this base, rising to a height of five and a half feet, rests the crystal tower which consists ef a frame-work of heavy mouldingR of polished silver and crystal glass, crowned by a dome four feet in height, in the Arabesque style of architecture. Extending around the base of the dome and above the cornice of each of the eight angles of the tower, is an elaborately wrought scroll-work of a neat and chaste design in artistic carv ings, containing the firm name, 'Marburg Bros., Manu facturers of Smokmg Tobacco, Baltimore,' in golden letters." The entire circumference of the base is cov ered by broad walnut slabs on which is printed in gilt letters the address o{ the finn and other items of a per sonal character. Colored and framed Illustrations o{ the firm's most noted brands are suspended all around the inclosure. In the eight cases resting on the base are specimens in all styles of packages of the various grades of smokmg tobacco manufactured by the firm, as, also, samples of the leaf from which the1r goods are .&..wen te Cerrespeade11... the "drips" are "imitated (i. e., another article ia sold DEATH OF A MEMBER OF THE CINCINNATI TRADE. -We have omitted to mention the death, a few weeks since of Otto von nbus for many rears dealing iear tab o at Sttet:t, Cincinnati. Mr. von Kteabusch was 57 years of age and a Saxan by birth. He commenced business 111 this city in 1847, whence he removed to Cincinnati, where he has long held a promineet position and gained the eateem of hts business associates. The business will be conducted under same firm name by G. C. von Ku:nbusch, son of the deceased. THE ToBACCO "FLv"' ExctrEMENT IN KENTOCKY. The Business Manager of THE LEAF passed last week throu2h the principal tobacco-growing sections of Kentucky aad Tennessee, and sends us an Jnteresting cDLER. IN THK as tbe smell of a two-cent-and& half cigar, or a smff of TouBS.-Antonio Petri, an Italian cigar peddler, was "rifle" whisky to the olfactories of the fair sex. We conviCted in the Court of Special Sessions, of stealing iadulge the hope that soon there will be an anti-snuff some carpenter's tools, and sentenced to thrc!e months' society formed, wltich will be a twin sister of our tem imprisonment in the Penitentiary: was perance society. We have no idea how many ladies in into the Tombs he had a box of ctgara 1n hiS possesSion. our cuy will take exception to this article. If all that Keeper Finn ordered him to be locked up in the Peni-use snuff were to ,&;et after us, we would call their name tentiary cell, in which a number of other prisoners .bad legion, but we are upheld in our action by some of the previ('Usly been placed. When he entered the ceU one most sensible mothers in town, in entering a protest of tlie other prisoners asked him what be bad in the against a habit, the adoption o{ wbi<:ll by a girl is almost box, and l!etri replietl that he bad some cigars. He liad as much to be dreaded by a parent as is the first taste no sooner done so than he was promptly ganoted by of liquor by his boy. made. F. W. It SON, BALTIMORE. EDITOR THE ToBACCO LJtAr.-Will you be kind instead of them) by a compound made up of water, enough to answer through your valuable paper, the folsugar, starch, glucose, etc., that turr.s the tongue blac:k lowing questions:-rst, When a job manufacturer wishes and puckers the bowels with astringencies. Starch is to discontinue business, and has stock of leaf on hand, boiled in sulphuric acid until a degree of syrupy flavor can he dispose of it without taking out a license as and consistency is .obtained, the acid is then neutralized dealer ? td, If the ma1111facturer has leaf on hand, with ohalk or lime, the article filtered and naporated and wishes to move factory to another district, how to a proper market denshy, and then you bave your first shall he report the le:af? Jd, Should the manufactur6r class sugar-houe syrup. What do the humanitarians have h1s books enmined by an officer before moving? who object to other people takinc vitriol in their whisky Respectfully, SuBSCRIBU. say to takiag it thus largely' in their own ATLANTA, Ga., Apri/27, 1876. During the civil war the bale or hay came to contain REPLY.-First-Yes. He may consign it to aliceued nearly p areat a weight of tarred rope and green ti111ber leaf dealer to be sold for him, or he may return it to as of hay itself. In the same interestiag periort of our the person from whom he purchased it. history the Interior of a cotton bale was apt to be a Seco,ti-By filing an inventory of the quantity and cabinet of geological and arcluealogical curiosities, and kind with the collector of each district. containe.i every thing from cobble-stones and ploughnecessarily, though it is usually done by shares to compreased mules and nigger babieL Tbe a deputy collector of the division in which the manuhusineu of this sort is now chiefly done in baled bops, facturer is located for the purpose of making up his own tile pressed-hop companies being reputed tG take all the record. damaged and worthless hops wla.ich can not elsewhere find a market Heavy Loss by Fire Ia Lonlsvllle, Ky. Oae of Linseed oil is adulterated with petroleum, and the tbe LaJ11resl Leaf" Tobaeeo ERIIbU..e Ja fluorescence" test is no longer of any value, for they tbe West Totally Destroyed now make petroleum that will not fluoresce. Dr. New. The special correspondent of THE LEAF writes :-At man, our pro-consular inspector, in the course of his z o'clock, P. M., roth inst., the large four story brick peregrinations tells us he came to Manchester, and wa, stemming and redrying factory of Mr. Jas. Clark was horrified to discover that tlbe British manufacturers, in totally destroyed by fire. It contained about JOo ahds order to sell cotton cloths to the ignorant Chinamens of leaf tobacco, of new cutting varieties principally, were in the habit of counterfeiting American trade about half of which was hanging up, the remainder havmarks and labels. If the reverend gentleman, instead ing beeu dried and bulked down re:ady for prizing, all of of hying him off to Shanghai and Tabreez, lspahan and which will be a total loss. His storage house and other Bussorah, had contented himself with the rounds buildings in same yard remain uninjured. Books and of the grocery, dry goods and drug stores of Washington, papers all saved. The building destroyed was 6o by be would probably have found that the British maker or roo feet. buildtng $45,ooo; inspecial and fancy goods was more in Amersurance on bu1ldmg, $u,ooo; Insurance on contents, ican and German counterfeiters than the American from .. "!he fire in shed in rear of British imitators. The proba,bility seems to be that, mam butldm.r;, and to the han&mg taking into account trade devices of all kinds for repre tobacco, through a wmdobefore diScovery, eYery place senting the thing to be that which it really is not, the being crammed full of dry leaf hanging sticks. or spurious goods upon our counters far exceed in variety w?oden racks. The flames lipread wh1ch and quantity those which are genuine. As we have said, w1th the dense tobacco smoke preventmg mgress by where all are cheating one an.,ther, the net advantage is the firemen, the fire had its own and i.n two hours ,il, and the ga111e played 1a like that between Jonathan after the first alarm that.rema1ned of large fac:. Wild and the Count. Neitber had a penny to lose or tory was the rums. The cause IS. sup(!O&ed cain, but the Count kept on cheating Joaathan at cards, to be carelessness 1n some of the hands dunnc dmner and Jonathan kept on rifling the Count's pockets out of hour. pure habit. Mr. Clark will continue the drying business in other houses in the same lot, until he can erect a building suitable to hts exteosive requirements, and we have no doubt that by he opening of another season he will be found stin tn the front, with a faetory as large, if not larger, than the one destroyed. ToBAcco BY TH:a PINT.-" The bones of six savages, with pipes that would hold a pint of tobacco, were re cently unearthed near Gosport, Ind. One of the skeletons lias seven feet long." ------The show case exhibited by th1s firm, hke almost all the others, is quile beautiful and interesting. "It is built in the form of a parallelogralll, is teo feet long, four feet wide, and thirteen feet to the crown of the double arch. The base or counter is constructed of fine French walnut, with polished panehngs and ornamented with mouldinp of the most elaborate description. Rest ing upon e&ch of the four corners of the base are towers artisbcally constructed of walnut with polished panelings, from each of whic:b, riainK to a height of five feet, are glass cases pyramidal in foam, having four sides, with polished silver frame-work aad plate glass doors ; on the top .of eacb, perdled IIIPOP a crown piece, are IJ.Ildcll eacles. Between each of these crystal towers and restHoME'W' ARD B >UND.-When a woman ..finds she hu ing on the walnut c'ounter are two sn'ver mounted cases married ehou1d arise and go to her about one foot in heiskt, OODStrllCted a(ter tile maDDer father.J DEBIT CR&DIT.-A geDius has discovered that the word "debt" is compoa.ed of the initials of "Dun UCEJ' body twice," and that "credit" is formed of the initial letters of "Call regularly every day; I'll truaL" PfO

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MAY 17 THE TOBACCO LEAF. THE TOBACCO MARKET. BRITISH NoRTH AM.ERICAN COLONIES-23 hhds. BRITISH WEST INDIES-26 hhds, 10 bales, II pkgs, (2,276lbs) mfd. 1 YoRK, ay CNADA-25 bales. rrhe Leaf tobacco market lias agam been fauly acl1ve, CJSPLATtKE RBPtrBLie6 ,30 pkgs, ( 17,757 Ib tftough the sales generally have been less than at mfd. .date of last, review, Havana aiqne having been in ANJsH EST lijmES-6 hbds, 4S, pkgs, (4,073 Jbs) better demand. ''rhe reported sales ot Western leaf for the mfu. week are 1,274 hogsheads, and for the month thus far, GLAsoow.:_28 hhds, so cas'es, 10 pkgs, (450 lbs) infd 2,656, but more, considerably more, bas undoubtedly HAMBUitG-IS hhds, 229 bales, S.l pkgs, ( 4 950 Jbs) been done in this variety of tobacco; both during the mfd. week and tbe fortnigllt. In the wonis of. an observer, HAvRE-IS M ds. business has been as follows:.-..." Since the first of the HAYTt-Io hhds, 23I bales. month the isales haye been about 3,ooo hogheads, nearly LlV'IRPOOL-I 3 I hhds, 329 pkg, ( 7o,sss lbs) mfd. one-half of which ,have been for speculatioq. chiefly Nxw GR.ENAD4 bales, 9 8 pkgs, (lfOI )bs,) mfd lower grades. The .&ep buyers have purchased to pkgs, ( 2 8,5 4 8 lbs)mfd some extent, but tho bulk of the sales have been on RoTTER.DAM-:r 58 hhds, 153 bales. speculative accounL" Tb market for Western leaf is VENEZUELA-2 bales. It ia evident the illftuence of Western 'buyers ..... 1hough local buyers are not yet quite ready PABTSGVJ.AB. l'I'OTJCB. to dle situation; export era especially, who have Gro.,cn of aced leal tobacco ar; cautloMd al!ainot c.:epting tl>:.. to a provinl responees from Europe. Ad vices reparte4. ales of seed leaf aa furniahinc the prices that ,._ .,.,Vi till ... ,. should be obtained for them at Grat l:.and, u tlieoc ,..fer ih moot inatances .. est areS ....... eura.gmgrespectingcrop pros-to old crop which have been held nearly a year;a11d the profit on pectl. Of twenty.five lenen shown US by a factor in which must naturally include the interest on capital ir!Veated-Growen this city fllom the neighl?orhood of Clarksville and Pa cannot expect even in the cue of new cro}ll, to sell thorn .10< the aame ducah, not one is confident of a full planting. pricea u are obuined on a ale here. Of ""unc evuy u.&aJe DN>St b Tbe deduction to be de from these letters is, that at an adnnce, a11d therefore the price obtainable ,by the growers will for the want of plants not more than a fQurth to a lhird alwO. be oomewha t lowe m a n our ouotationo. -crop wnl be secured. This intelligenc is certainly dis-QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE HR1C ES. 'tO depress the IDOit sanguine, but it ll".,l1 Assorted Loto ... ..... 7 @ 8 pdiSt remeiD ered at favorable wea1her is capable comwonleat........... 7 x 1Bh and 1874. of. cbaagiog the aspect of atiai!'ll very materially. Medium .............. 9>1 u i osorted Loto .... ;: ._ 6 1!0 M S W II & C ru Good .............. -Porr Seed Leld Te. llrlglli'I'Wiat (Va) IUaoh ti 1940 Feb. 286 645 661Z 3..1>5 S -l>le ft>r Home Gold Baro, 6 iDi:h SO fio40 'f 2' 00 Bough a. Beacl7 ......... S6 ( March JOO 694 847: 476 s,ooo c-wlialt-\.,rop 1871 to 1i7S. BLas .............. 45 s' l'lno .................. 21 @26 Virginia leaf all the week, but tlle 'atock on sale has not ............. 6 @ 1 ... .. : = been auch to admit of maay tranaactions. Seconds ...... -9 @11 oo-ou to me41""" .... 15 filS We bear oi orders from Vir"'inia for old fillers for Wrappers .... ..... 14 611' 5 Mtoo..r .lbwr ... .-....... 11 25 Sel.c\iou ............... 15 @so Poc.tcl PiM .............. 18 e25 manufacturers' us'e. \Ye hear, too, of orders sent to Crop 1l1s Neg.-010<""-:r.n.t .... ao 'T F. S. Co., t oxs do;. W. 4 tlf'r hold. O.n T)lUJ&day the 4th, the large wareh o us e rec e ntl y bxs mfd, 36 qtr bxs do; Azyleb & Helme, b xs erected her e by the Grangers, had their first sale; the er 4'1 ; 1ireak .11!-rge amounting 0 !lome 6oo parcels, Bv THB NI!:W YOJI.K AND BALTIMORII: TRANSPORTATION weighing about 6o,ooo 'lbi Our -entire Board of Trade Eller & Kaepp!il 22 cases smkg, 7 pk_J wa s out tbel'e with the immense concourse of farmers do, 3 bbls snuff; M. Filk, 1 B cases smkg; N. Wise, 4 and visitors Jr6m abroad, presented a very 1i ly specla do; Merefeld, Kemper & Co., 2 do leaf; Bulkley, Moore cle. The average sale, notwithstanding th poor and & Ce. I3 bx.salfd; Cyrus E. Lee,s do.; Moore, Jenkins inferior of the was very .fl eting, and' & Co., 5 do. every thiag off hat'llloniopsly. The cry of no COMlTWISE FROM. KEY WEsT-Seidenberg & Co., 79 plants" still prevails here, and is already having its cases cigars; Fre 'k .De Bary & Co., 4:1 do; F. M anero, effect with buyers; on bright tobacco we notice an ad-8 do. ; McFall & Lawson, 3 do; 0. L. Vidal, I do; ditional advance in prices, however not sufficient to Straiton & Storm, n bales scraps; & Co., call for a revisal of our LlSf quotations, which we con II do; F. Manero, 3 do. tinue. 1 FROM MOOREHEAD CITY-'Martm & John-HOPKINSVILLE, KY., Noy 6.-Messr M:. H. son, Io pkg ; C .El Lee,. s do; Allen & Co., 28o do; N. Clark & Brother, Lea:f Tobacco Brokers, report:Wise, 39 do; Jos. H Thompaon & <:;o., 22 do; Order, Receipts since last report, 513 lihds, to date 7,841 hhds; 40 do, same time in 1874, 6,783 hhds. Sales since last report, COASTWISE FROM Jos. 'H. Thompson & 411 hhds, to date 6,848 hhds; time in I87i, 5>197 Co., 25 Rkgs. hhds. Our market opened J( to high!'r on I3 .-Messrs. Ed. Wischmeyer grades the closing prices of last week, and & Co., Tobacco Commission MerChants, report :-There .ally establlshed an advance of (ull on the oetter has been an active movement in Leaf to!acco this week, grnd es of lear; while lugs receded to about la s t week's the sales, which av G 6 een principally for Franr.e, prices. We quote common to medium lugs, 4 to sUe; gregating about 4-,ooo..hbds, and the movemen. h a s 1m-good to fine lugs,>6@8; common leaf, medium parted a steadier tone to the The sales embrace leaf, I37l!; good leaf, 14@16; tine leaf, about r,)o hhds Marylatrd for France, understood selections, r8@Ig. The destruction of plants averaging undet $8 per Joo lbs, and 200 to 3oo hhds still and planters are. very seriously alarmed. taken PY Gther shippers, and ; comprising all grades Very few have plants eno ugh to make their first plantquotatiOns; also 290 lO 300 hhds common frosted ing, but all of them a r e Steadily resowing, and a univer and. mixed common and sound, suitable for Spain at sal effort is making to gel a full crop into the field, if it about $4 per 1oo lbs. Of Ohio, r,928iihds at 4So@ 9 ; can possibly be' done. More than usual depen&J; this and averaging about $7 per Ioo lbs taken for French year favorable s easons. Home speculators are contract, also 200 hhds take!! -}ly other spippera st_e. adily adding 0 their stocks to be held until the fate and manufacturers, within quotations. Receipts and 6f the coming crop becomes decided. stocks in general are small and holders firm. We con May I3.-Messrs. M. H. Clark & Brother, Leaf To. tinue to quote:Maryland, common and frosted, $3 @ 4 ; bacco Brokers, report :-Receipts since last report: 6Ra do sound common, 4So@s.so; do good, 6@6.so ; do hhds; to date, 8,521 hhds; same time in 11!74, 7,266 middljng, 8@9 ; do good to fine red, 9 @11; do fancy, hhds. Sales since last report, 504 hods; to date, 7,352 I3@zo; Clo upper country,,6.5Q@25; dof grbund leavea, hhds; same time in I8H, 6,384 hhds. Our market was 3@1o Ohlo, inferior to good comi"Qon, fS; do greenstronger, much excited and wilder, showing ap irregulat ish and brown, 7@7.so; do medium to fine red 8@1o; advance of }{to IC. It was generally col)sidered do common to medium apangled, 7 do fine spanhigher. he finest again showed the greatest gled to yellow, Io@I5 Kentucky common to good advance. We quote common to medium lugs, s@6}{c; lugs, S6.so@S .so; do Clarksville, 7@9; do common good to fine lugs, common leaf, leaf, 9@1o; do medium leaf, Io@ir; do (air to good, leaf, II@I4C: good leaf, t6J'c; fine leaf, 12; do fine, IS@I7i do I8@20,' '7@18c; and selections, The destruction gi' nia, common and good lugs,:6.so@l8.so; do common of plants by the "fly" h4s steadily continued, and if it to medium leaf, 9@11; do fair to good, IJ@J4i do should continue a week or ten days longer, we fear that selections, x5@2o; do stems collJmon to fine 2@4-In the prospecbl for a full crop will be greatly jeop2rdized, spected this week:-.,.654 hbds Maryland; 942 hhds ObiQ; notwithstandin1 the repeated re-sowings of theplant 3 hhds Kentucky; total, 1,299 hhds. No clearances. beds. Fortunately we have just had two or three warm Tg/Jatt# StaftNUnl. days, and if we c:ould have a war111 rain, followed by Jan nary 1 1 8 7 6, stock on hand in State more warm weather, affairs would tak on a very differwarehouses, and on shipboard not ent aspect. cleared ..... -----12,3 86 hhds LOUISVILLE, May I3.-Mr. Wm. T Lewers, Secre Inspel:ted thili week --............ 1 ,299 lahds tary of the Tobacco Board of Trade, reports :-Re-Do previou5ly thi!t year ... rs,8a6 hhds ceipts this week about 1,400 hhds. SALES FOR WEEK, ETC; Europe for and that s.>, me are expected to Fillers ..... ....... 6 li 8 u filoo Seconds .................... l J @t5 10"1 an4 U"a. _.f arrive from there. MuMAHutt.-Crop 187rto >8f4o Jl'lne .... .... 23 liil28 ,29 ,5 II Wa1drousts. Leaf-The sales of Seed leaf, as might be ex-,,: t: Jra Export, Maryland and Ohio since Falls .Week. Month. Year. 480 3,556 s,649 4.475 2,8 have !Jeen le s than previously announced, only 1i Granul&te4 SmokiDC ... January 1. __ ......... --.9,369 hbds louisville .. ----;apout half as many cases having beeb sold this week aa Shipped coastwise :;;ame' p.eriod 3,034 hhds Ninth Street..--were disposed ofla f week. The actual figures are as Aooorted L<-ts .... ...... ,. @18 12,403 Pickett ---lastweek,2,soocases. ... 5 Stock in :warehouse and on shipboardnot --Boone.----------M Ch ""... "" B T b B k Wssorte s 20 ., .. Scrap IKer 45 I d 8 hhd GrlW' ge c essta... as., ,.....er .... ro. o 10cco ro ers, rappers ........... ... 3o @so _..,_.s ceare ....... ... : .. ___ ---17 IO s ----------Crop 1874-Coull..;....,.. eed ......... 35 F IJI Water Street, report concerning Seed Aaaorte.iLots .......... u OrdlaarJ .................. s Mannftlureti :Zobacco-Advices continue to be re. armers .. lea! remained fair; sales were made to the ....... 6 8 C: ceived from the manl,lfacturing districts in Virginia of Kentuck,Y Association .. ex.tent o all varieties, and Assorted ............... 'S Rappee, French ....... ---@ 1 oo advancing prices in leaf, and the enhanced cest of Pl.anters _ppj:e!! unchange d. For export, only about 15 = g_oOds, but so far there has been no response frc;>m the Gilbert & Co .. _____ -0 190 59 1 97 17 0 313 I43 3SI I7 6o 3,782 200 cases were taken. Crop '874' .lmerican Gentleman -r.il 88 sales of their product. The market in fact ia rather Ctm1U&Iicut-1n, Ibis kind the main business was done, ..... ... 8 u discount ta,the Whele tame. Receiveil by BaltiQaore and Ohio Railroad from 2 26 2 35 salesamountinginallto6oocases.,divided as follows: .... .. 8 o LWrlc& v.-.. ,JI. D u 88b dd' d 1i L il Yea'r I87s---... -99 2 0 4 1 1723 8 s._,.,.,... ......... ...... s @18 A. o. s ............. ___ 18 anv1 e, I n, 120 ca es, o rom ync y 8 6 150 cases crop I 7I, on pnvateter'!ns; ISO cases crop Gold. burg, bxs, 51 caddies; do per Richmond steamer, :r,ear I 74--------..:..--1 4 3,549 3 2 2 73 cases. eros I875. seconds and ... "G. C." C80111ea....... 8o9 pkgs; and do per Norfolk steamer, 19 pkgs. Year l873... . 4 3 8 9 3274 a, at I3 1472e. r former, an 7@8c. for latter. Assorted Lots .......... 7 @ CINCINNATI, Ma" I 3.-Mr. F. A. Pra.,.ne, Leaf O .. IN ";6 Year. IIShdts remain1ed neglected., Sal_es were made 2 8 1 0 ._, .. ew: .... ------I,3 I9.434 a -t-c d ..... t d 0 ""' Tobacco Inspector, reports :-The favorable weather Original Old I 1 2 I93 o .,. a .... ,erony, an .. o excee mg Ioocasea. .&io-Crop1874 z .t.." :119111............ 19 -----------' Pennsylvania was dealt in to the extent of about 250 Lota .......... 5 Ill 6 ''MF ."...... .............. g for prizing which was prevailing at the date of our last New Reviews ____ ---... I 58 I,686 cases, of whiCh 200 do, crop I875, on privaleiterms, and. Auoncd Lota ..... .. ,.. 5 6 Teport did not last long enough to enable shippers to Old Reviews ... --.... s:z 2 922 50 d.o, crop 1g1141 at ............ 8 e 9 oo. s......... ............. get down any considerable quantity of their tobacco, and u 18 7 hlf bxs 47 'third two wee'lk So far we bear very bttle compa.int of was noticeable this feeling ba11 kept up from day to day, Wi.u111fsi-Q thl kind 100 cases, !=rOp '1873 and bXS1I 17 qtr b'xs, 25 bales, IJ4 cs 5 do clgarettes, dim age done by the aad it is and to-day our 'priees are nearly up to the highest point 1874, at sU, and 2s do, crc;>p x87 5, were take a by J bbls snuff, 39 bxs do, consigned as follows:hoJ?ed thb Cllttlng dastncts reached this season, which was on tnelsth inst. shippers. .BY THE EIUE & (!rioter, x6 have done a_ud are Still dotng SO much lDJU'Y lll QUO.TATIONS FOR.NJtW TOBA.C,CO. b been a good demand for llavana hhds; De Kl!am & Co., 24 do; S. E. Thompson, 143 do; Kentucky and Tennessee. The total offenngs HiaTJy tnd ales Coot up>tO< about Boo bales, at Sse@ D. J. Garth, Son & Co., uo do; Pollard, & Co., at aucuon Jor the week were SS4 and I41 boxes as Nontiescrijt. .Bodied. Culling. $I.IS 52 doi Kremelberg & Co., 36 do; Jarvis & Co., u do; follows: l c Common lugs.---5 6 s%@ Tbe Messrs. Fischer bbserve :-"liaftlla remai11ed E. R.. W. 3I do; S. S Edmonston & 'Brother, At the Bpdmann :WarehQuae,zo hhds and 4.2 bu :Good do-----6 6}6@ 8 f.1ir1r attive. Sales about 8oo bales, at 2 do; T. Kmmcutt, 44 do; Sawyer, Walla<;e & Co., 1o6 1 90 hhds Kentucky anit Qlaio tobacco: siS bhds Common leaf._ ____ 6 @7" g 8 @Io Xtznujaaund-The business of the week has been do; Mayo & Co 3S do; W. 0. Smith & Co old at ll4 Dew at for Ggpd do -- ._. 7"@9 9 @n J.o @13 -of a n average character. For ljj\RS In tl.e WEST-, W uulte ao AtTOoremeot with some Eastern Firm to Establish a Houae in the We8t. Caa. gi've l est of Securltf for alf Goot.is carried in Stock' by him, and Eatabliab an4 Valuable 'ln.de. Address, WESTJ:RM P. 0. Box 3 6 Chico::r.fYo IlL 586-1t -e 1 w f'entleJDao of Large, Esperieoce lu the MANUFACTURING aod STRIPPING BUSINESS thoroughly com etent and familiar with the auccessfal .... of S team t* he Manufacturiac !{ T bacco and the handling of Leaf or Stripe, detires a Situation eitller tn o; Kanuracturiog or Stripping and Leef Estal)lta.-n.t. H as had many ens experience tn aeveral of the lareest Manufacturiog and Stripping: Esta{lishmenta In Virginia. Best ol References. Addreso liiAN []II' .ACTIJRER." I Je\eraYilJe. Amolia County, Va. FORSALE. A Freab Supply of 100,000 Genuine "DE.Ii:RTONGUE" Flavor ler SMOKING TOBACCO Maoufactoren i n lots to suit pUI'cbuers. at iowest figures MARBUIG BRO'OIERS. 145 147 a11d 149 S. Chari Stretlt, Baltimore, M4. PENNSYLVANIA CIGARS 1M 4NY QUANTITY, IJ.T J'ROII 1110 1;0 per -., Parc1.ased for Caob or Rece!Yed oa Couairnment. Wop, Jo.ller .c 0......, ..___ IllS VJV Street, Provlde11ee, R.. I -hibits. I pgs; Burbank & Nash, 146 hbdsrOrde. r, 199hhda:, 6 ,pgs,; J6_.3o@6.75 3 4 at J1o.75@13S I at JI6. week Dark wrappers, and other plug ki ds, Heavy, We llavo een some very iatereatidg corrc;,spOndenc;e BY THE Huos?N Rr:vER RAILROAD-O-S. E. Thompson, At the Miami 95 hhds.and 1 02 boxes:-Bodied quotations. Light weights, and tiat in bad k beblree a .factor aDd certam metDbers of Congress, s C. H. 154 do; R. H. Arkenburg, so do; 9S hhds and 2 bxs Kentucky and Oh1o cutung tobacco: order, from 1 to 3 c under. In this week's sales we iJ.DK ..a.. 0 baccos,. relative to a Bonded Export Warehouse for tobacoo, WISO & Bendhetlll, 2 do; H. K. Thurber & Co., so do; 4 hhdr old at 55 hhds new at klfo@ had some fioe crops from Clarksville distriet. the leaf of BY whidl wu writ d.iiriog J)lepast week. The WashOrder, 49 do. I5.25; 2 bxs at h for-COIDIII.on smokers to fine cutting which brough,t froiD 14 the lugs off the highSTiliTOI l STOll 118 l 110 Pearl Street ington responses are not suggestive o( a speedy BY THE NATIONAL LINE-R. L. acco., 2o leaf i roo cases coaunon OJ:uo and Seed leaf: est priced brought :We also sold a few lishment of a warehouae, as. it is assumed that there .f;.. C. L. & 0. Meyer, 4 do; Kt'emelb'erg & Cq., 3 1 at 28 at $4@S u at 8 at $8 hhda of ti e cutting leaf at 18 to Ji9c, lugs off same D1JTIE8 ON FOREIGN TOB.&C.X:OS DD CIGARS wiH nat be time to reaeh the nbject at this session. 4 do; Sawyer, Wallace &: Co., 79 do; Pollard, I:ettus & 2I at Jio@14. bringiog Io to IIC ; Really tine crops, suitable for plug ,._,. Tobacc:o, duly 35" per pound, sotet" ... t.fortare. ne doty Is 13 frann,oo ceotlm change is somewhat dull, but p!'ices remain very firm. S[lwyer, & 47 do; S. E. Thompson, 22 do; At .the Morns. Warehouae, 58 al'\d boxes ;-58 seasons about that time are ery ul'lcertain, the re Gold taries from 1 to with very little activity A. C. Lamotte, 13 do, Order, 19 do, I pkge. hhds and 2 boxes Kentucky and Oh10 Cllttlng tobacco! mainder may be planted by rst of July, then having it bebr{ eqtlalto ,., tuoo.) .poobleo .. We g will Jtnli.4ts-Messr Carey & Yale, Fmght Brokers, Brothers, .I4 do; H. Scbubart & CA., 73 do; S. & the week, but eased off. Leaf was, on the whole, }{c. cents on all grades since the issue of our last circular. brthe e orr..pondinll amoUDt.. 'l'W rna wll TepOrt tobacco freights as follows:-Liverpool, per steam, Co., 6 do Alexander Brothers; I dd i M. Oppe. nhelmer lower from the excited prices of the previGlus week. We This we attribute to re ort of ravages of the p; Loa4on, per steam, JSS; per sail, & Brother, 48 Wm. E_ggert & Co., 11 do; G. Falk & quote :-Common lugs, good lugs, 6@8; bug, upon the plal\tS in tbe yarioull tobacco districts. ugow, per stl!!afD\ 3SS Bristol, per ateam, 405. 46 do' Holzman & Deutsch berger, I case common leaf, medium leaf, I I u; good We sold during the past two weeks I62 hhds as follows: Havre, per steam, 4S. s. Antwerp, per 47s 6d; ag rs. leaf, u}.(@13U; fine leaf, _selections, '-Leaf, 2 at x at 12 r5o;7 at n@n.so; per saD, 371 6iL :Bremen, per steam, 421 6d; per sail L BY T 1 1 AND @ 18. Reports from the country contmue bad of the 3 r at r'o@. I o.95 ; I8 at 9@9.90 ; 33 at 8@8.90; a Hamburg, per steam, "'' 0 t, 4I cases; ox, Dl, ls "" o., fly damage, and it may be that half of the plants are 14 a; 7; 4 at 6@6.90. Lugs:-4 at S7,25@7.9o; D( S 44 do' L. '-GerS'hel & Brother. 59 do; Herbst &: Van dstroyq! new beds howevet have been sown and 21 at 6@6.9o; 25 at S@S 95; u at 4@11-9Si 1 at 3 The at the port of New Y,Oik frOJD foreig; should we have .good 'growin!' this U:onth, PADUCAH, KY., May 5 .-Messrs. M. H. Clarki week enditig 1\!by x6 in oded the follow C d S o, vm, 3 u art and good plantmg ieasons m June, then a large crop Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report :-Receipts ._ -oB. 1 3 o. 0 D S L F S may be planted, actually increased oy the fear of a since last report, 594 hhds; to date, xo,oo9 do. Sales, Y THE LD OMINION TEAMSHIP IN.&- f '} d h d J h GLASGOWLinder & Me,yer 292 bxs pipes. Order All & F d J & C at ure an t e recent a vance 1n pnces. t ts a weat er 6 I I hhds; to date, 9 ,6 99 do. The most interesting mney# ; en ancon, 7 ; anssen o., question and it will depend upon "how the wind blows" feature of the week was a favorable change ila the -, 1 5 b 1e t ba. R t3 do; Eloneer Tobaccf Co., 4 do, 3 trcs; P. LonUard whether Wallace's "Locusts" will "bust their backs" weather.' For the past few days it has been pleasant, Veta 6s do F Miranda 11: Co da sA. 0 G & Co., 5 do, do; W, 0 Smitb & Co., 12 do, 8 4 cs. and climb a tree or fly to Broad Street and "chaw the and yesterday a warm rain set in, which has lieen fol104 do; Costa, 160 do; c':' mid; 'J. Jr., 28. do, 2 5 do, 2 5 three qt bu do; we' l1ad a good rain the nigbt of the 4th, lowed by a warm sun. There is every indicatioa that S p Tag & "' do M & Co. 3 Sawyer! W 6 Co.,hiiZfbdo; and it cleared off warm-the first time this year-the with a continuance qf the present weather current prices ... ..._-. n I ., <>:ar In 0 nSOlll LI2 ICS smkg 4 0 llliU IOO Xll t 0 d d 11 I I cs c1gars Howard 1ves 9 do F. I Mjranda & Co. d mercury nsmg o 90 tO ay, an a ve1elat1o IS grow wonld not long be sustained; already, from some cause, do; .H. a, Kelley & eq.,, 8 do; A: s. & 0 7o qtr d'o; Bnll4ey, Moore & JI butts ing Give the plant a chance and be \fHLoutthe market animated, and common and ediiJm T.., .aG w Faber d p k"" Til< d d "' 22 cs do, 29 h f l:ixs do, J 33 qtr bxa do, Ju, M GardiDet grow tho efforts of the flu" t.a kill J.;m At present !1119 sbo-. a slig h eakness, though not suffi.ct-ent to _.- :If p; ar: "" 1or '14 o, nm. &t Co 21 cs mfd, so hif bxs do 1 ntr b.tt de C G r. -. > H. 'l'Hefl Brother, Acker, ; Merrall & Condit F kl f;d f .: v b d u' A.. wntiDI operators seem to have the odds [ Coniinued tm Sevtnlk ] d Kunb dt & c d A I1 r & c d ya, 237 Ci Ill r!fft qt( 01 ..,... r:it.her acramst them. I" P, ar o., 12 o; se m o., 2 o ; Richey, 3 cs smkg, :13 qo mfd, 1 hlf cs do, 8 blf bxs do; J .M...Ceba119a & Co., 1 do. Wise & Bendneini, 44 cs smkg, 2 do mfd, 1 do cigar DAStiLLE, VA., Na., 6.-Me!llrs. Pemberton & CJi.ance in B1UIID.eft L_i;.. F'uta & Astia, _. c11 smlrg, 4 bxs do; A. Hen & Penri, 'I obacco Commission MeJ'Chslls, :-Since.. JKSn of 'Yor lore1gn ports, or Co., 35 cs smkg, 4 do cigarettes; C E. Lee,. s cs tnfd, last report tbialftar):et'llaa p!Weftted much animal.o111svlLLir, KY.-Bickel Be Lacy, Cigar Manufacweek endmg May I6, were as follows:xo qtr do; Dohan, Carroll & Co., 223 cs mfd; Jas. Uon-duri e 'pts the tureu, dissolved; Mr. C. Bickel continues under his hds, xo c 'fnompson & C.,, 6 do; H. K. &t B. ,t. Tor bidding ,.0 e r e oa and own name. d c:asea ; E. && i 54 ; Jd:. Lindheim, 37 ca smq; A. & quality of tbe offerin neratly beinJ better, is one A. Lapp & Co., Manufacturers aad (a9,632 lbs) Wei 5 do; P.'Steiohart. 11 clo; T .A. Jdo; reqpa w re to tab pt'f X.pp. ADVE.G.TISilfG a.&.TES. I

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T H E O'B A 0 0 0 L IL&. :r. MAY17 Ux. FOI.MAN. H. J. DOHAN. 7 BUSLINI SLIP, t4EW YORK. F. C.LlNDL c. F. C. C. HAMILTON, S. MAII.Coso R. AsHCII.OFT. YORK sm WP TOBACCO INSPECTION. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. Certl!c:at.,t ..... fer ... ry c..., aacldellftnd cue b,-cue, aa to namber of Certilicato. N. B.-We Also Sample in Kerchiilts' Pwn Stores. :F. C. LIRDE & CO., .. Philadelphia Branch-E. W. Dickerson, 139 N. 3d St. PRil'ICIPAL 0PW'ICEII-14ll Water !ltn-et, and 18ll to 186 Pearl Street. DW&BmHOU8JIIII-14ll Water, T4, T6 .. T8 Greeawlch 8treeta, an:l Hadll01l Jtlver Rail 'Road epot, St, ]oh11'1 !'ark. GHARLt:) BENSBL a 00., !OBACCO INSPBOroa, TOBACCO INSPECTORS 155 WATER STREET, J r -Water Street. A.T-RECJIIIVED Al'fD CER,Tili'JCATBS AS USUAL. ; ESTABLISHED IN 1862. F. A A. MoALEER A CO., G. I '!!A!C!J!!P!&!!IJ -------BUYER OF proptl7 attea.e. te. r 7 14a w-.tw -'t, NIIIW Yoas:. L. I' .. S.IL-\CLBHOSE. ltOBlUlT L._ MAITL.\M.u ,_. -.. ITLA-ND c1 ALEXANDI.II. MAITLAND. TOl3ACCO AID FAC'l'OB.S, tr 1 1 a""'""r"rs mad e on toW. A, A: p. MAXWELL &: CO., AUO DBALkas JN DOMESTIC; And o t FOREIGN TOBACCO. -I D.' J.' GARTH, SON CO., (Suceeuora to CHAKL. u B F & Co.,) ommission Merchants, NO. 44 BROAD :r .. T Garth, l NEW l"ORK. Da'O::R.Tli:::R.S or HAVANA, SEED LEAF -tat Maiden Laae. New York. THK .COISOLIDATBD TOBACCO CO. UP G PLANTATIONS I I FACTORIES AT. I A.T S:AN, P..ZLXPm .. G-XLR.OY. .All Cigars &114 Tobacco Jbnufaemed 'b7 111 are of CALII'OINIA GIOWN LIAJ', I CURED BY 'THE, CULP PROCESS .1'16 FBON7' sTREET, '-
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MAY 17 J.I.COB BDIIJ.L, .. CIGAR sms, LE.A.F .TOB.A.OCO, SUPERIOlt MAD AND l!rO W.&Ua ftB.B., '2QB8 OOIIJIZCI'nOV'r DBD 'Wil.A.PPEJI. O:i' OUR O'Wlf P.A.OJUJfG, CEDAR WOOD, r ... .. WEISS, ELLER & KAEPPEL, 293, 295 & Monroe St., UW YORK. -eAaW.A.Yt ci.dar St. .... YOIUto CopUal, l1,tHHJ,OH. a.,.,..,. laclllty afl' orded to Deaton -Correopottdellll conoil t ont wltlo Soaa4 Bulk! ... D EGGERT & CO. H IMPullTE:RS 01' :a: .A. v .A. l.\T SBII LiAPLBHIACCI,. Ill PEARL STREET, li1f TORI. :Branch, 9* KaiD St., C1ucbmat1, E. 8. 4. CO., r 1D1>0rt8n aai! Dealen Ia .... P 129 Malden Lane, EDWAII:O P'R.IJEND, l Gus io'RI:aN h EDwA R D Jr. 1!10," lii:XCD.&l'IOB PLA.Cllll, l!lo To Draw Blll8 of Ezdalaoa' "" priiiCipal dtieo or lfa"'1'0; luu Ctrnar Le-. 8f Credit to Ttaftlanject to, 81ght Cbecb, upon whlcb IRtereot Will lte allowed; p&J partk:ulolr attoDtloll to tH NOfOtl ...,.. ..fLcano. ITT 6 CO. llfPORTitllS OF 1: DUI.KR.S Df co, I 8:Z Water St.., New York. J SCH!If!TT c. W .. iiBIL A aao .. MANOFACTUREBS OF CIG.A.RS AND DEALBitS 1W LEAF TOBACCO, ....... IJ, I I'ACK:E:a OF AND DEALEit. IN I ...... Seed Leaf'" AND Aeto, HIW 1'CU. A. !T&rN, I N y rk 1 11'"' ew o partlculu!y fayored. GIG OULDS, PRESSES, STRAPS Importers or and lfO. 101JIA.IDEN L .. ......... IAfJFIANI BROS. & ACTURERS OF FINE TOBACCO, IUNVJ'ACnJRUS OJ' Pill l.lVlNA OI&ARS, 158 haanbera at., IMPORTER OF HAVANA, And Dealer in Domestic XliW'"''ORK. LU A. BLUMtEIN & 00., Co. n'lmlsslo.n Merchants F f.OJACC AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, ... PE.A.RL BTaEET, -. ... ..,....,... EW' V o K:. Packera A f and Dalctela SEED tEA T Pi,ABL STBEET, &.. .. Ga ..... f 68 Water Street, ...... u DAR lr'"'*2'ZB-82'RD'T, ...WYOJQL --... ..... __ CXGAB. XBP AlfD IJUIOATft 0 1' MDJJLDS of OSDJB'attl: II OQ., UIIJ, -KQQIVIb. D&AJ.D, IN Cigar-ft'owld 'Presses, Straps anu p saaa STREET, N. Y. .1# ) TSIMJN MAMUFACTVRER.OJ' l;IOXES tt SltOW FICU i Dealer iD. all ,kinds of Cigar BibhoDB, IIAJIUPACrV&JID IIY GIDUI CIGAR IOLDI, ms&BI.IBm oumaa, &8:' & AU -FACTURER Of TilE PATE.It;Hi.i4iill IIIW Rliisi DAYTON OH-10 e 179 e ,...., :l!'lr. ...-or:J&.. d8 1 r UlldA .. tdpq.nocat tocn ..... ................... rle TbeTra4e ... 011. H. CHALJIEJlB, A. B 5:f' Bekaan St., I'f. Y. tXf e Cuttonwllllia -: .. tO<:'k oil hod. M:f.NUFACTUR'ERS QJ' PRISSU tnttcrs i all ather lachinery for lannfactnriJI CliarS .DeJaiu.DJ. 1 AZLd. ci.ar Bo.::E-. -"'IIPOftTERS OF CIGAR 571 59 &. 61 Lewis St. bet. Delancey and on Particular Attention paid to Sawlnc, .ancl Planing to order. 111ternal Enenue j SANCHEZ, HAYA !'M Iatemal Reoenue Publlablnr 130. :l="aa.. 184. .C. l LA..1111. 8W'Yora (116 IOCCRISOa '!'0 UTI. 4 SMITH P.o. Bo" s.N:. n BT., 11 lra41Da ll'tJII 8114 stdcu. P:au::W '1'1Jh1'G. I Of eYerf deocrlptlon at Lowelt Prices. ,SBND I'OR P;IUCES. IIIIi, TIN .F.OIL. --. .IOUN UROOKE IIIAKUPACTlJRER ('6 TIN FOIL AND BOT'rLI CAPS, I PLAB AliiD
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. i I > .. 1 j. THE 'rOBA.CCO LEAF. :o-r c:J 'X' .... -WESTERN ADVERTiSEMENTS. 6 -MAY 17 ElSTERI lDYERTISEMEITS. MITH & OCJmmi,.... JIIWaJlanta, &Dd Wholesale Dealers in Domestic 117 North Third Street. Philadelphia. L._BAMBERGER 1: CO., DULERS l!f OJ;:JA.OCO, all Q rades of Phl1adalphlafPa. NO. 8H NORTH THHID STREET, PKtLAJ)E1.PHIA. all kinds of LEAF ToBACCO W. EIIIENLOHR & .CO., l'ACIU;itS .t.Nb WHOLEsALE DEALERS IN LBAF TO BACCO, USLWA.SWB ., PIIILADELP,RIA., .. 18 80tl'I'K ll'l'.LOWQ. ,.S. W. Cl.AllX. l'JIIL. BONN. a B.&Y, .., Packers, Commission Kercha.nts & Dealers fn SEED LEAF tc HAVANA TOBACCO, 35 Philadelphia. 1 eDDWBJ.L & CO., JULIUS VETTEBLEIN CO. Tfta.& C Seed Leaf' aDd uar:!l 0 B.&v.oA ToB.&cco, tl f1ft111111illllfl1t J-ltfl, UIMi1 Ol ""IIUIUiliUIW .lilldiQJUb sole Agents for tho a 11oa'I'H w.a.TIIB. 11'1'., "-tJ. S. Solid-Top CIOAR MOULD," _.. II for the of an klodt of Mnufac. t12re4 andrJ"obtleeo, ,. DOHAN & TAITT, .. WILLS a BOll !&; 135 ARCH IT., PHILADELPHIA. Pa. '30SEPB WALLACE. .t..d o.1en la Sacce-. to COOPER &: ": ALTER, I ... a!u, SlffiFF antsioiiJG Phfladelphiai Pa. ; 666; 6&8; &70 .d 672 Nort.b. Elevct.k St., pRJI.&'D:b.Piiu.. .... JIB & KilN Ell, :; w.a..ra.tarer .. raad Dealen ,. r J. D U N N & C 0 ., Jill CRIBS, LllF TOBACCO ... a111111t nh st., Commission Kerch a. n ts, An! 202 Chelbd street. s. WJCor. 15th 1114 Vine Streets, PJIIIDBI'111Ao .,..PHILAD .. I. RIIIALDO 81111 & CO. f TOBACCO, .EC 0 N 0 Nil ST" A.D IEJER!L CODISSinl .0. 31 Jl.nlo Water II-.& .. .. ctll Delawan .1. J, lllaaldo Wa. M. Abbey. :Ph11elpb1a. J-ph Br oote. ,JIOD-B. m &; elf W&Nhra.se, .u.so Jr11LL LllfEB OP CIGARS A.KD JI.UIV F.Ac::T17RBD TOBAOOO, eet. ......... Cook 6 Co., OOJtlfSin "''f!!.lft8, j AadWhehdleD..a-la 21zoan4 of Cigars, ...,.., DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO, 84, X. FROliT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. MANUFACTURER 01' NE c1 c ARS, ND DEALE'If"IR Spanlsb and DOmestic Leaf No. 49 GJCO, KEB.CliUIOFF. GIIIO P. VIIVER!f.AGT. B PACKHRS, GOMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND WAOLESALE DEA.LERS IN Foreign and Dome8tic Leaf Tobaooo, JtO. 98 W. LOMBABJJ BT,, BAL'I'IIIelftl, liD B .. WI a ., MONUMENTAL TOBAeCO Ho. 181 WIS'1' l'U.'l"l' STBbf, IUI"IWI), llaau!acturen ol aD lttdlnloll SKOKIKG 'I'OBA.CCO AND SNUFF, .. 1 X. ALE. 1110 Cloomoben, Y., .. BAT'l'm JlaOS,, 1 Tllar.l lit,. ..... a D. WISCHMEYER. _... __ TATE, MULLER 00., w.K.BA&Ua Tobacco Commission Mercbants BAIKBB and Whlesale Dealen ha tMPORTEO del DOMESTIC LEAF 'l'OBACOO, 5:1 South Gay Street, BALTIMORE, KD. 12 COMMERCE STREET, BALT..aa&, Jl[d, P. A. ..&.LBRECS'r. Wholeale Dealerm Leaf Tobaoeo D .CICARS, 8 S ra.J!nPJCE 11'1' :a&L'I'DIOJLE. Neutlae "Cam>IU..." CI&II I 93 CLAY. STREET, Advertisement&. CASSIUS Wli:LLE:S, L. B. lLt.4,. C. WELLES CO n.MAtLA. & a ':a BErti BESUDEN, coNN. Dseio LEAF DEALER tr;ll'O Oe #' --Dealenin 15.4 l!Jtate Sf:rfie#, LEAF J. DIX &: CO., .. TO i.CC.O, '""'oU. liMo --..:..-"' .-. an4_.,..in. 1 I 16 and I 17 West Front St., 1E:L & 165 Pearl Stret, OINCINN.A.Tt 0 CINCINNATI. wmmJT mD LEAl-LEOPOLD FEISS. 0CilD'00. S. LOWE:dl'rRAL a 00., MANtTF ACTURERS FINE CIGARS, m "LZD TOIAOCO, NO\ 11'2 WEST THIRD STR ET, criNCIIINATI, OHIO. F.l. Packcn an41 Dealers. in OONNEOTIOUrSEED r.EAP B.&CC ; No. I 34 MAIN STREK.T, IIWII Hartford,. Conn. G. W. GBA.VES. aa-oBAOOO, C. O. HOLYOKE, CO\MSSIOM lmltClWlT In 'LEAP tmcflUN'tiFAcmJRED TOBACCO, u -CMWal Y'Aclrl'.. .Bomnt. OHIOjCO NECTICUiT LEAF TOBACCO so.thern Advertiaement-. IJUP !:'OB_.cCo, F. W. SMYTHE &. CO., ch n 8TRI!ET, ..J:ftt:lddiOL. SlrGLA.JID. INSP.ICTOR; JOIIlV w. s-romB, CINCINNATI, OHIO. a.o.,... aad Wuollfactarerorthe World-Ren""'ued JlraD4a o( Smotlq Tobaeco, TOGA" AND M. u. CLARK & BRo., Kill St. Rochester, N.Y. at. Louis Loulavllle Advertlaementa W,ALL1 BELVIN & DAY, Commission Merchants, at 1Jdda1114 Va., .M J0" may wlah to buy ID tlae ooe or tbe otMr market I E. DIBRELL, .coua I I ......

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. A. LICBTENSTEIIf & BROtiffiR, KANUFACTURKRS OF THE "ELK" and "ONWARD" CIQAR' S AM Dealen In LE.U' TQBAOCO, f Nos. 34 arid 341 iewery, NEW OitK. I / ALB. Jha1la S11d ............. :Bv JOHN DETWILER, S. HAWP;S, I'ACK.Ql AND DEAL&& lJif Pine COllnectic\l.t IIIJ .4m:ur L&lnl, I. V. BAI'WII fo SON, c-. ) I H. CLARI & ]nliJTH!1l T B a CAUTION. -It laaoiul' come to mr bowi..S... tut, Ia aneral Ia.._.., Llqorlce P,..._ faloelr repreMilted u bela,r rli maaulactare bu "-olere4 for aa1e by j>artleo toAlttlleirOWD p-o,wbo bove ao autharltr to ..U mr braado, tile sniMat _,.. to CAUTIOJf .0 Tobacco Yanllfactaren oplast the Ame 1D4 to .n. Dotlce that llereaftOI' every caoe of mr maaufac tare will l>e brude4 with m7 Trade-York, ocqaired aader tile Iaof tbe Vaitod Statoo, ... ..,. -pria.q,leol ,.._ c-DtedoitiD&' tlala 'mole-Mark w!UM JAMES McANDREW, S& VV:A'F.$lt STR'Itii"'t'. 1 .-.. NEW YORK. J lNG AVARICIOUS.-A novel defence of avarice is pre sented by Dr. Jl.ichardson of LoAdon, in his work on "Disease of Life." He says that avarice rather tends to the preservation than to the deterioration of the :body. The avaricious man, who seems to the luxurio11s to be debarring from all the pleas ures of the world, is gener ally RJacing himself in the precise conditions [avora le a long and healthy ex istence : 'By liis conomy, says nr. 'Richardson," he is saved from all the worry cident to penury; by his caution he is scr,.ened from all the risks incident to br hi,; regular Ity oJ hours and perfect ap propriation of the sun-light, iP to artificial il lumioatioa, he res t s a n d works in periods precisely accordini with the periodi-of nature; bv bis a stenliousness he takes just enough to live, whicll is pre cisely the right thing to do, according to the .natural rig id la Sow:& FAC'l'S ABOVT TI!JI!: CHINUB.-IL is -a .mistake to suppose a cotem that the Chinese i California re> all 111111lti!led laborers. There re scores of Chinese manufacturing :firms in San Fran <;i sco; there are hundreds of Chin t a i I o r s shoemakers, ctg!.r-makers, t I n s m i 1 h plumbers, jewellers, s li i r t makers, and wvrkers at other trades; there are numerou s Chinese erchants in all lines of busmess; and there are Chine1e physicians and all that are needed. One of the Cbiri ese companies in San Fran. cisco has a membership, as we might say, ofu,ooomt:a, ten-twelfths of whom are employed in the trades we have mentioned, :five-twelfth of the whole number being cigar-makers. The immi gration to this part of the United States from the va rious countries of Europe bas greatly diminished in lhese times, as compared former years; but the of Chinamen to CaEfornia is increasing, POt withstandinc the opposition to it; and about eipt thou and have reached there aida year, thus far. lNDIGKNOVS TO THE SOIL. -A correspondent having written to a Georgia journal asking what crops can best be raised in that State, re ceived the reply: Cottoa ii!.nd .. but principally WHAT TRII: NEW Yoitz:: CIGAR. TRADE wtLL "NoT" Du AT 'tilE Ca:NTarNr"-L.-A city cotemporary, which seems ta have taken the cigar trade under its especial protection ia attempting to state what firms will exhibit at the CenteDaial, arrives at the conclusions as to what they wiD 11DI do :-Messrs S. Jacoby & Co. will participate ie the exhibition and furnish magntticent proofs of the ll,lbancement of the industry under their mana gem eat. Kesan. Kaufman Bros. & Bondy will 1101 exhibit. Meara. Kerbs & Spiess will make a gorgeous display, regarclless of cost. Messrs. M. W. Mendel & Bros. are not 1oin1 to be Messr&. Lederer & Ch. Bondy 4llso d..,.tparttcipate actively. Messn. A. Lic:h enste1n & Bro. have Ml quite decided. Messrs. Sutro & Ne 1111 exhibit. Messn. Belcher & Co., moet liktly, will aake a display of tlaei; Flonda Havana Mr. L. Simcms will trfll be one of exhibitors. Mr. BradfoM e is hourly ex-pecting a oa ,.lualllitthe c:ipr line, which J. propQiln to hi L visit the bi\lon-iblt. llllrL Foster, Hilson "Co., will, y, participate. Messrs. moet K-Partagaa i' a mystery which we can nefDOl' will attempt to unravel. We know very well the and well-merited eulogium which has been pas5ed upon Jamaica cigars by Sir J.P. Grant in an extract from a report quoted aboYe ; we know that periiUns eYea have J:ircumstantially ified the prcldllct of. Retreat Plantation as being ea.tly sa-penor to many of the Havana btallds; __. we can not but bope that shipments will SQOn reach u which wiH our at ease bout the real quality of Jamailca Cigars. It IS well known that-whether be it bec:ause of political or the couaequent neglicellce of work tobacco and cigars of .. mg cast. The'y not the same araaaa.u of 10ft manufactuie IS not half so neat; and latterly, a dmgy, uneven ash and a rancid taste have beea the sir.e qufJ. non of ciga s for which a shillin1 is expended. We can not say tbat we are glad to see this, notwith standing that it opens a more briUiant future for the to bacco planters of Jamaica; for an island which has so and ? well supplied us witb smoking material, w.luch bas the whole to amg its praises e_nthusiastic. acclamation, should not in the minIts prospenty succumb to the petty broils oflocal The future of Jamaica is being built upon the foundations of peace, honestly, and excellence; and 1t does not need that 10isfortnnn showd strike irs. most powerful c;:ompetitor in orc;ier to insare its own future pre-eminence and prosperity W.JURs.Do .rs& Fu;uRES Go ?-As Scotch master teaching a sharp urchin to cipher oa the slate, the precocious pupil put thj: following question to his instructor :- Whaur diz a' thr gang till when they're l'ubbit out?" 5 _1717, \J.. ToBAcco IN ::-TKE COUJtTS.-About years since the RidimMti Wllig; of the 27th ult,, 'Wf!1. T. BlllckweU & Co., of D bam. Nortb Carolina, instituted suit in one of the' courts of that State against W. A. Wright, thee of this city, to recover dam for alleged violation of their trade mark rights, iq which they obtained judgmellt fr large ..an an to restraib Wright from using a which lle. clauned be !:>ad originated. Fro111 this judg ment to the Supreme -court of North Carolina, whiclwlC its June term, t875, the case in favor of hjm. J.,ast winter BlackweD & .Go-petitio!MMI. the Supreme Court to re-hear and reverse its forJROI' on. the g_round that the Court bad erroa.eously assumed that Wnght was operating his trade-mark at Carolina, when 1n fact he was operating It 1n thiS tl'poa the re-hearing the Court affirmed its former dedsion, and held that it was immaterial where Wright operated his oWJt traclemark. J\fter the in' June, 187 5, Wright assigned toW. E. Dibrell ": Co._, the privilege of hi.r. trade-mark for a spe cific hlne. A few days smce Blackwell & Co. instituted suit against Dibrell & Co., in the United States District Court, at Richmond, and the matter will probably come up at the next term of THi: CHEMISTRY. OF .:..A of the New Orleans Timu writes:-Not one person in every miJJion on the of. the globe, bas any idea oi what ts incorporated into the "human body by chewing smoking tobacco-althouglrmillions of men and women daily u se it, in some form or other ..... and doctors also I" hen, in some instance, they require to make the force of natute, bow .befora the awful maje&tyof disease. Hence I am induced to lay before our legio11 of readers of tlie Sunday 'Limn, its chemical analysis, ana the personal mterest in it, among all people and nations. Tobacco is a plant others that has the greatest number of friends among the lords of creation, and at the "ame time the greatest number of enemies, among tlfe ladie$ of,J:reation. Some say chewing is a disglJSting s oking, equally offensive, and both lead to museu apti "'ental dep euion, tending to insanity aod rer deC'ay Of the OOdy eorporate.1 0thers say delicious, fragrant, a meut:rl corporeal rejuvenator, the most SQ-. dal fellow -on record, fhe Best companion in solitude. and years ago it forced itst>lf upon the attention and consideration of the English Parllament for the soldieno sailors and marines o tlie whole army, navy and mer cantile service, imperatively demanded Tobacco-to bacco-prefering t11 be deprived of their rations and. food and drink, rath:r than to go witllout this fragrant weed Some qf the members of Parliament therefore requested fr fess r Everitt, an who for many years the of cbemistr;r in tile University of London_, to mves!Igate "the facts" regardin& tobacco--us absol te value, as to 1ts power to nourisll the and !l'ind, renovate and sustain the physical and metaphystcal force of men. And seVeral varieties from America, Cuba, !:'dexico, Turkey, Cltina tlie East Indies were upon, and each was found to contain, more or less of cellu line, ligmin, albumen. starch, gumglut'en-; gteen-re&in, bitter extract, water, tan, nic acid, citric acid, nitric acid1 silicic 111alic acid, malate of amruonia, malate. of1inie, malate of potas.u, carbon ate of potassa, chlOride of potasium, sulphate of potassa_ crystaliRe acid, of lime, phosphate of lime_ sulphate of alumina, nicotianin, aRd the oil of nicotine, one drop of which will kill a dog in five minutes. The sum total of all these c;hemical com. pounds consist of tbe monadic molecules, alumium carO: bon, calcium, chlorum hydrogenem, potassium, intro.. genum, axygenum, pllosphorium, silicum aud sulphuru1111 in varie\1 hut the tobacco most prized its flavor, aroma and richness ofju!ce, was found to con,.. tain an unusual quantity of potassium. an element 1119& rior in vital forces to all the otber nfteen orders of 01' molecules that constitute the life, aone forcc.anJ individual esteco of 'every beiSC. animal and plant that lives upoil face of tbe earth. Chem istry, answe&"S the question of the wby ancl. wherefore of, the virrues of tobacco, and what it consist& of and wbicn, in the agregate is iouod to be ._igblJ organized tompoWltl of elew.a of the aixte arden, Kfand. divisions of OJJianic molecules thu have deputed by the great J cpova h, to evolve into existence this fracraat plant with ten thousand others, to nourish and &ratify tht mundane lile of man,

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' (' -------------------... JOHN ANDEUON & ctt lL\NUFACTtJRI:RS OF 11U: SIUCimma TID JOHi CA"ttU& TOBACCO B OKIR .. Toltac:co maaufactwers and the trade I R7 .-earl 8treetf geiteTal are particularly req1lUtecl to NEW YOIIK. and test the superior properties this LICORICE, bich, beiagaow mr u B 1!1mnm 4. 'D'Dft brOught to the biglleat perfecticm ia of. UIUIIJo l .I8UIIDA cro DIW.t fe.red under tlae above style of braaL T 1-A AA tmnriJ(Q NU.CX, WearealMSOLE AGENTS for tile ers; wlllola ......... -......_... uclr die & t1r. CJ. G. C'rHOMAS HOYT & CO., WANUFACTUB.II:RS 010 FZm"m oo.L ... Acbowled'ed by couamers to be the lSI.. ., MR. JOHM ANDBRSOII. beat ia the market. And for the braDd Licorice Suclt ; IIE'W YOitK --,..-.t--CHEWING AND SMOKING 'IIO:BACJG88 AB'D .. 0#1'. ....... ....-.......... .. ---olD'. & GO.,. OHARLh P. OSBORNE; .,J. F. FLACQ & CO., In all rsspects equal to CALABRIA. ne na :riB.ft' I'll'., aaOOKLnr, :m. :o.. l!T 'ht !'in Wbolaaale ana. :aetaU ;;;1.. Vlfilll Leaf and laTJ Che111L AliD PBRIQ.11JII JJI OA.JUIOTB. -au...,.. w t :a_ .JOHJI' STREET, BEW YOaK. SMOYilNCit TOBAOOO. MRt. I. B. MilLER & CO., .. !OB!CC 0 'I!IUP !CTORY, (PETEJL ;9. COLLINS, J'U&T.j 97 Columbia Street, NBJVYOBK, ILUCUPACTUUU Or CBIL.aa&A TSD trn. G. B. Miller &: Co. Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, the only GenuiM American Geatle SnufF; Mrs. G. B. Miller&: Co. Jhccaboy ad Scotcll Snail'; A. H. Mickle lc Soe5' Jloac and Grape Tolw:co; Mrs. G. B. Miller a: Oo. Raene Smoldag and Cb.ewing gAll orden promptly executed. IUCBANAN & LYALL, OFFICK, 154 Broad street, New York, FACTOR.Y, 10. 2 FIAST ll!TRICT, S8IITH BROOIUI, of u.i10ilowlor' 'l'ED BlU.lm8 OF I BACCOS l'lnet Na..,., 11, r-. .p, so. ... ,., .. .., rc& Sailor' Cbo ... ""' .. ,., .. p, .. -Challeop. lhc. Plllllp, ___ .. ....,. ....... ._,,._,not. .. ... llANUl' AOTORY AND SALlliROOK, COIW Of AVENUE 0 AND TEIITII STIEET' .Jiew York Cit. B.OVBR Smokinc Tobaooo. MA!fUFACTUR.ED BY WALTER B. PIERCE, lTTIC..l, K. Y, Tblo B......t of Smo ltlnli' Ia u dark oolorecl ... clao thorouahlf' cu1'e u HaYUaa. WMIIlactoo! ](t, GnPe allll A.prlcot, Tbkk, F. W. FELBNER SON, IJ'OBAOOO:; .WOB&S. ., '=-., iUCCESSORS TO F. B. BlSOB.O:I"P, JrciLIOi Jl CO., lloJa A(t.r.; 31 Jroa4, :htall, BALTD(OB8, XD. Depot with F. l3 lllrrB A. TBinT.:, .. II:.W YOB.JL f !DB1CC8 B.liHIII&. ,.. GREEN Sl!L" IMITATJON SPANISH LINEN, P .&1\TOY S'!.IRIPBS, AND OTIIER CHOICE BRANDS OF p4 oU W,.S. of Goal ..... lor ""ttlltc op S..Ok-U.,Tohacco. AIM, of MCMRMBAtlK SKOmtG 'l'OUOCOS, c.u .. .-V'81Dia Pilar. ... SAIIEI & co., W. C.IIKI'l', Bole Jla'ntaoturer, lOG A10'1' OU'AVJJlil:RB ST rt. Pille Kew-Y-1<. MEW YORK. .Kussian American Mfg. Co., & J. A. Lukanin, e Sole Ageota ill America for the EII"""'T FlRH o{ SA.A.TCBY &KANGO'UBY, OF ST. PETZBIIB11BG. B'OUIA, BISml CIGWTTIS &: TUIDSI TOBACCO ......-. The t.u. 'th.e "'GVor1cL o. :a.x aet.. OliTlCII, 63 BBOA.DW.A.Y, KEW YORK. TBEO. DU BOIS, OC)"JK"MT8&:J:O:N M Agent for the Renowned &BUD POINT St. James. PERIQUE TOBACCO, And Corn Huak.Cigarettes. Also, Dealer in Fine :Ea.va.na. a.nd Domestic Cigars. SOB :Pearl Street, BliW YO:RK. ESTA.BLil!IHED I.M!I. K. C. BARKER & CO., W-'ac:taren of the Celebrated FIIICUT TOBACCOS, EAGLE" AND ALL II'ECIALTIS Ftl Teii.\Q:O ANIJFACTUIUS. TOilCCI B IODL N.o. 129 Maiden NIEW YORK. SD11Da A 00., TOBACCO SEALING *AX OFFI'CE, <:bAR STRlt"\, 189 Williaa t., ew YoariL N. Y. IPAWURLJOOBICB B.OOT, IP.A.JIIIIR LIOOBIClB BXTB..&.O'I't DEBB. '1'011fGUII, LA.11KBL LEA VIUo 'I'OJDU. .BB.ur&, () ..... llv., cL0.-1......, c:D111f.&.JI011f, OB..A.JfGB PB.X., .&.IOIIIKD. C.a.a.&.W.A.Y IBBD, OOB.'LUIDBB. IIIIBD, L.A.VBJIDII& II'LO'WJIIU, GVIl .&.a.&.BIO,O_..a.ur .a... POWJUI!BIIID, 8VIl .:YBIUio L'JJIP .&.liD .. WDBR&D, GVJ[ ft..&.Klll .&.liD POWDEI&BDt BSI.IDJITU.L OILI. OLJ:Vlil elL, LlNJO.&. OJlBAil 11'1 OAIE .. UUIIII oq. ,LIIIV AJIIT Dl RBI.& ud aU lhe Speclaltlea for Tobacc:o KaDu!acturera. Ov Patent lo'rilrtl Ccmplul4 Ill l'la'ftl'l, (Uie4 ,. .... n4. 117s.l Ia commudlng general approYal from the lllakers of fnorite brallds. Ita ellidoucy and 8c:ooomy are unqueatioaed. PIICS CUIIIEIT 01 APPUCATIII. V. W. BRINCKERHOFF. .TIKI' WARRANTED PURE TIN, I'CI WU1'!%1fQ CIG.A.IIS D4 CIGAimiS, &4 J.D11II OIGAB BODS. WmEMANN 18-IWZ:r.J.IAM 1'1'. Y. R. R. lD.lDO, laporar of th9 W ell-ICJIOWJl Bnado of LICORICE IIA.SS, "Ansado's Extra" "N. R. A." and ''lfd:. :all:." 14 Breadway, lew York. BELCHER, PARK tc CO., SOLE AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES FOR. -;reIn OF ze F* ELr. MERITO FACTORY, JACKIONYILLE, FLORIOA, 23 College :Plaoe, New York ALL THE ()IGAB.S 011' THE .&.BOVllt J.I'ACTORY ABII:. CLEAR H.&.VAKA. MDQ5LI.+QOUB. S. JACO IITIIIITH c HAr.AM r. 11. :u s o.. 7, & t 'JOY rr., NEW YO:rfK. MAY 17 !II.DJO'T.T. AQOUB. J. IWPOllTEll or "ctNLY FINE" HAVANA '' 'b 16 Cedar Street, N.Y. or SPANISH CiGAR RIBBOJ8 Leatl,..., ... Partapa, eztn. ,_. ,...So, .. ... ......... ,... J5yado, ... .._ .. 'I's ,. :rudo. ......., .... ,, rudo. -s __.... .... ,. ,..ro.. 1-7 0 ......,_ ....... 1 yar4.. ,,. a&.a. HdiaY WULSTEIN, < :ill .. uw.a DltllllU.: ...

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MAY 17. Centennial Supplem n -. --------FIV 01' I I A full line o:f the well-known brands of several of the leading Factories ( r I' .. :i I in kept constantly on hand, we n_,e a few only, as f 'ollows: J "SMIT.E-l & JONES" Black and Bright Work l Manufactured by SAMUEL M. BAILEY, Philadelifhia. II EDWARD HOLBROO K, T I LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, w .&R.BBOVSB I 33 North Water Street, 32 North Delaware venue. Agents for the Brands of MADE BY LAUBENCE LO'r.r!ER, Banner Factory, Richmond, Va. tQ = Besides a great variety of all styles of Bright and Black Chewing and Smoking ',robaccos of all Qualities and Prices to suit the trade. AlsO Agents for McELROY & CO.'S Celebvated AIDerican -STAR CLAY: PlEBS "C. CONWAY" do do I RO. YANCY do do "E. S. TURPIN" Black and Bright Work, ."GILBERT' do do CREOLE do do do "BLA.CK CAKE" Black Sweet Navie s do do do do Bars, do do do do Cavendish, "ROBERT A MAYO'S" Full Pound Navy, "HENRIETTA" Bright Work, "CENTENNIAL" do do IRON CLA,D" do do ";KEYSTONE, do "MERRIMAC" do do I "TRIUMPH:" a':ld Mahogany, s!'X A" do do I "GRANGER CjHIEF" do do LAMASCO : do do ETC. ETC., ETC. J R i chmond, V a. Manufactured by TURPIN & BROTHER, Richmond, Ya. l Manufactured b; __ P H. MAYO & J Richf1lond, V L Manufactured by HARRY C. HOLBROOK Louisville Ky. -} Manufactured by LOUISVILLE 'I'OB. MF'G CO., Louisville, Ky. A very large and Taried display of the above will be found at the}llater Bational Hall, N _-\.isle F. I .J Dealers SOLE FOR J

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Centennial Suppl m n Leaf. M AYJ7 TOBACCO' CIGARS AND SNUFF datio n of the thousands, po ss1bly milhons, of VIs itors to our readers, a s It d oe s to us, tffaithfully execu may become when tastef ully arranged and dlsposeil, 1s from almost all parts of the world who will attend the b1ghest eulogy it 1s poss1ble to bestow. clearly shown not only in this but i n t lie other, and, m Exposition dunng the brief season in which it will be For the conception and productiOn of the re deed, other exhibtts. The transverse sectioes open. Hotels, large and small, stores, saloons, paspecimens of plug and other vanetles of m a nu are arranged m much the same man,er as the elhptlcal vilions, and hostelnes of all kinds, c alculated r ok's exhihltion, the exhi Surmounting &he centre of he east'!rly section ter to the comfort and convenience of visitors, hate tal ll:k 1 n presumably, to the gent us is a typical Southern bird perched upon a drum of golden AT THE been and are bomg erected in the immediate vicinity of i llxl ski lbat i n e manufacturer. But for twist, an? in a box sttuated at the angle formed by the A_ Q. B.A. N D D% 8 P L.A. Y. the grounds. And from these improvements after all, ibe really nner in which Mr. Holbrook's mtersect10n ef the mam wall and 1ts wes terly sectton 15 a it 1s probable the CttyofPhtl adelpht a will denve 1ts chief product10ns have been arranged and d1splayed m the spectmen of bnght plug tobacco, s aid to be th e thinn esl gloryand advantage i n connection with the Centennial space a.:;stgned to them, both he an d the pubhc are inever mad e The !Jieas9re by, three mc;bes, anniversary. The celebration bel ongs to the country debted-it is evident from tbe1r dilig ent occupation-and wetgh only two ounces each A massive w!llnut and Will shed lustre on every town, cny anCl State in tta. to the e and zeal of Mr. Howard R. Sank of Phil ara1lmg encrrclea the enclosure the Union. But the rapid growth of West Philadelphia, delphta, nd Mr. M. W. Rader of New York. The SALMON, HANCOCK & co., RICHMOND whtch has been brought about by the Expoeition, begems of t manufa c turer's collectiOn have recetved a WOODWARD, GARRETT & c o PHILA, A GENT S SIX STATEJ REPIESEITED BY MIIUFICTUIERS. JIEW YORK, PEl!IJia'WLVA: A, M.Ul'YLAND. VIBQDIJA, Kli:l'lTlltiK'I', oaTH longs to Philadelphia alone. Tbe foundations of a rich most a pnate setting of those two Th1s firm. displays from the1r platform a FULL REPORT O F WHAT HAS BEEN DONE BY THE and populous cay have been laid on the opposite bank young men. ment of their bright tobaccos adapted to thetr Caltfo r -TOBACCO TRADE o f the Schuylktll River, as a consequence of hohhng A large semi-circular ma trade, as also a good supply of attractive samples the Centennial ann1versary m that pleasant sect10o of dred square ket i s adapted to g eneral tmde. very distinct impressi.oas are made upon the the city proper, and the permanent gam and glory from IS inclosed by a p ohs lle d P H. MAYO & BRO., RICHMOND 1 RINALDO SANK & co, mind of a visitor the moment he enters tbe grounds de-th1s source will far e xceed a!\ that can possibly be height above the c arpeted 31 :w. WATER sT., PHILA, AGE N TS. voted to the purposes of the Centenmal Expos1hon gamed m any other way through the instrumentality of are arran ged. The exhtbit c nses for p rillClp al These gentlemen have a posmon in close pro x imity The first relates to the feeble praise whtch the press of the celebration To the featur e nearly or quit e f o ur h ed b o xes or plwc to -to the other exhtbitors tor whom M es srs. Sank & Co. tbe country has been accustomed to bestow on the AGRICULTURAL BUILDING bacco of varymg s 1zes. box e s are made of Janey are agents. Their dtsplay ts compactly arranged a n d effort that has been made in Philadelphia to celebrate, has been assigned the cu s t o dy of the treasures of most wood gramed oak rose, and walnut, h1gh l y pobsbed. substantial cons 1suug o f a l ;uge pyra m td, about in a creditable .manner, the first Centenmal anmversary mterest to the various memb e rs of the Tobacco Trade. The exposed port10n of each box 1 covered with plate seven feet 10 diameter at the base and twelve feet 10 ef the Nation's btrth; and the second to the character The Guide Books say 10 the Department of Agncul glass on whicli, in g!lt letters, 1s th namo of t1at r all d he&ht, of plug tobacco in boxes of different sizes and ofthe Exposition 1tself. OutstdeofPhdadelphia the press ture wtll be Pxhtl"llted agnculture and forest products, of tobaccq ns1de. The front layer of tobacQO, 'as seen forms. In .tiavy the Mayos are aatd to be teeruto have been ascharyofpraise,as the preparations pomology fruits from all parts of the world, land am-through t e gl i ss, i composed m almost numberle in-the onginators, their display 1 s espectally full. A hand advanced toward completion, as for a long time 1t was mals, manne an t mal s, fis h c ulture and apparatus, ani stances of almost numberless varietleii of brigh and some Goddess of Ltberty crowns the apex of the pyra me encouragement of the project itself. Not mal and vegetable produc ts used as food or as materials, dark plug tobacco sllaJ ge, grotesque and fantastic mtd. The pyramid stands on a rosewooc! base, and the that a good deal has not been said, in one way or textile substan c e s of veget ab l e o r am mal origm, forms, comming1ed: T pr IIIOiaic fie-h9xes of which it 1 s composed have all glass facmgs, as another, about the undertaking Paragraphs and arllmachmes, impl e m e nts and processes of mauufacture, ures sometim e s seen 'in the a r fl of. o l e do the boxes of nearly all exhibitors, across which, m des mnumerable have appeared on the general subject, agncultural engmeenng a nd ad mimstr atton, t illage and public buildings cr tohbse fl o a t e, iclll7 ed l'_lt d colored letters, are the n a mes of their brand s but so far as has come under our observation, m no general management Why t he man uf a ctures of tobacco ptece of tapestr y, couvey aq 1 ea o the andsome and w1tn the names of their agents a cross the sJdes of the paper pnor to the openmg has there been any earnest should be exhibited in connec t ion wtth the tlungs here mgemous pat\t:rr.s o f tob a cclo s e e n througllthe disc of boxes. Flags attachetl. to golden staffs wave from difattempt made to show the magnitude or beauty of the enumerated would be somethmg of a puzzle were It not each box. To descnbe the patterns m detatl, or parferent parts of thetr enclosure. work that has been done. A coming here and that an addttional paragraph says.-" The articles on Ually lt) would reqmre all th1s pag_e. At the front SAMUEL BAILEY, RICHMOND. J. RINALDO SANK & co., seeking to account for such noticeable rettcence would exhibition 10 this bmldmg wtll be arranged by classes, of the area is a pyramid of large a.ll QS. the PHILA., A Gli:NTS. be puzzled to determine to which feelmg 1t was most and not by countries All arucl e s of the same class kind m e ntioneii, With a d r um of t a> ceo of a)1Mr. Bailey exhtbits m a handsome enclGsure a full attnbutable, envy or dtstrust An intelligent Philadel from all count des will be put t ogether. A very i nter-propnate s1ze made m the form of & motive "head assortment of the plug tobacco manufactured at his phia tobacco commissiOn merchant remarked to us as esting comparisoq will result, as twenty for etgn hght" at the top, from the sumlnU fl( icllJiul a lljme establishment. The boxes are arranged 10 the form of we conversed together regarding both the ExpositiOn countnes and all of the State s wll exhibit But for of toba c co stems and a l o baeco sta on whidi. is a tower and are with flags. Carved figures, and the city of Phtladelphia, that it seemed to htm thts explanatiOn, and the fact that a small quantity of perched a full Sized American eagle with wings ex-by Demuth of thts ctty, 1mpart addlttonal interest an sinplar that so httle pra1se and so much semi-dispar-leaf tobacco is on exhtblt!On, t he VISi tor, after seemg the panded, and measurmg from the t1p of one w101 w the yariet}l to the display. agement of the great enterpnse should find currency fine display made by tobac c o, cigar and snuff manufactip of the other about s t x .eet, also made of tobaeco. TUJtPfN .t:11ROTHER, RICHMOND. 1 RINALDo SANK & co. tbrouga the medtum of t8e press and the unreflectmg turers, would conclude the most appropnate place for From the beak as reamer hangs beanng the Pl;iiLA, AGENTS portion of the puklhc, mertoly because, apparently, the the exposttion of their handtwork would be MEMORIAL motto "Q Plurilus flml'lf'J" and m tt8 talons stlken exhibit of this firm IS located near that of Mr. Centennial anmversary happened to be celebrated in HALL. flags a.re .firmly clutched. at side of the Batley, aud much resembles h1s m arrangement and 1m-Philadelphia, instead of some other ctty of the Un1on THE MANUFACTURES OF TOBACCO. pyramt d IS a staff to w hich banners and rib llo n are atpresstveness. It embraces all the notable styles of plug "For my part," hi' said, "I feel a just pride in whatever h'b tached. At the left hand co t11er a fine India fige-e with tobacco made by these manufacturers reflects credit on our common country be liS origin what Never in che histoiy of pubhc ex 1 mons m any bow and qutver 1s placed Near this figQJ'e s tower oftoLAWRENCE LOTTIER, RICHMOND M. E. M'DOWELL & co. or where It may. The material growth and prosperity countly of the world has there been wttResse.d such bacco boxes of all shapes and s tzes r ses to th h ht f h u d magn1fice n t spectmens of the Tobaccomst's skill as are 1 l 1 e eJg 39 N. WATER ST., PHILA., A GENTS. of New York Chicago, and other cities o t e mte H h E of fifteen feet, crowned with head hghts and stems garA space of about e1'ghteen by e1ght eet 1 s occup1'ed S tc f b h I d d h h now to be seen at AGRICULTURAL ALL, on t e xpo t '' tates, are .acts, o w 1c am as prou an or w 1c E d f landed with ribbons. From this tower the first arc of bv this m. anufacturer 'or the dtsplay of b1 s plug tobacco. I r. 1 1 f h d 1 d 1 sition grounds at Phtladelphla. very epartmeRt o J ,, am as grate.u as am o t e won euu eve opment fi 1 1 d the cmcle of box e s extenrl s along the rear of eft.-On a da1s be has erected a pyram 1 d of handsome boxes, d f h f Ph I d 1 b th h h 1 the great Exposition is lied wtth articles ca cu a te to 1 al '"! an progress o t e cay o 1 a e p 1a, WI w tc d d f c osure to-an cove ;n the centre, where It termmates. over whtch hangs a larr:re p1cture 1n frame of the Banh b 11 'd 'fi d" exctte tfte wonder astonishme n t an a mtratu : m o l .. appen to e more espec1a y 1 enu e 1 f h Thts arc is em bel ished in every concetvable way, head-ner Factory, of which he ,s propr1'etor. Perched upon E be d h h d h man but nowhere m a I the vast aren a o art 1s t ere any nvy, 1t may at once asserte as a not mg thme:' to be met with upon whlch the eye can rest with lights oflarge dimensiOns and other inthe 1 s an eagle in gold. Other tasteful embel-at all to do with the lukewarmness prev10usly shown by terspersmg lt at intervals. Wllhm th e j s a hs"..:..."..nts are distributed about the place All var1 e tt'es d I d h E t d 't more supreme pleasure in the contem})latton of the lfUIJ' our press an peop e towar t e xpos1 ton an s d 1 1 p ramid of boxes, suspended above wh1cb it a exof plug tobacco are exhibited 1n thiS' enclosure but h f N th )d 11 h be umque and than upon the cunous an ove y c 1e promoters. o mg cou we ave en more f act repr:esentauon mad e of tobacco-even t o the { raeesnM'ial features are made of the "Banner Gold Rods" 1 1 be 1 d t th th 1 obJeCtS that have been f ashiOned and formed rom f h r ... -- genera, 1 ra an spon an eo us an e approva acf ture-o t e .amous bell m lndependlilee Hall, w i nch, ''Banner Spun Roll," and "Banner Tw1'st. d d h C I 1 b t d 1 t tobacco, and brought t ogether under thts roo from the cor e to t e entenma anmversanes ce e rae as N on July Fourth, 1776, announced th sign1ng of the At the nght of this e xhibit, in a large fr me and 1n L d h 1 h h 11 tobacco and c1gar manufactones of thi s country. o year at exh'& on an ot er p aces, m w lC a our h' DeclaratiOn of Independence. In size and form this boxes near by, are spectmens of the clay p 1pes manl. d d d f It t t person, no matter how fervid or creallve IS tmagmab c1t1zens, native aa a opte e a common m eres be ell is like the ongmafijl e quaant clapper, f""'ture4 by McElroy & Co. of Philadelphia, or ...._,.ch h 11 d fi I d t h tton, can conceiVe a picture more in spmng, or tter _. .,.-,, '"' just as t ey rea '! o ee m regar o t e one now sue.11 d f h as well as th.e fra c ture bemg ttbfu!IJ tttilate tor Na y" bov 1t a goT( e a gl e With outsp e a d every and dealer in smoking tobacco in the coun bibiton wPl probably be on a stmitar of magnttude 'l"he most remarkable exlub1tions of plug tobacco ever wings. o t h e s&aff tta cb b y toba c co cord and try. Merely as a matter of fact it may be mentioned 'Tbe &'Ound on which the exhtb1t1on buildings are seen are those r e spectively mad e b y Harry C Holbrook tasse ls, a mimature t o bacco hoglbead m e oi t o bacco that they we1gh several bU11d1 ed pound s each and are aectc46 i tself and worth a long JOUrney to see. and Edward Hol bro o k, brother s, of Lout s vtlle, Ky., tn of ht and dark colors A t s 1 d e 6{ t h e s t a ff ar e well I e x ecuted. G old has been hberally expended in biat .Central Park 11 to New York, Fairmount Park is the Centenmal Exposttion. We mention them here two axes Orbi\:ht plu b acco. )ront th 'r produ.etion, asytell u in tbe coatmg that coYUS tq Philadelphia, and it is wtthm the latter charming en jointly because of the1r rela! t onshp and the imi1atity of o it is a i.ri coo. ng a stl ver cup, them. The exhibit a1t(lgether is an appropriate and f h h b h h li' II d b h t d ld d I d I t' d att,active ne. closure, and compnstng a space o 236 acres, t at t e theu exht 1ts, t oug we s a. escn e t. etr presen aan a 'o an s1 ver me a, mscnp 10ns enonng s dedicated to the illustration of the protions separately. Not only has there never been any that they were the ufactur e r for prefious JO N w. CARROLL, LYNCHBURG. LEWIS BREMER's soN s b Uaialed States in the usefal arts and sciences thmg of the kmd seen to compare witll the m exhil nt10ns of ods i tqis country Observmg the PHILA., AGENTS, durmg the century that bas elapsed sine the nation beauty and ingenuity of thetr displ a ys, but i may IJe main xh111k-t el h p m !Jet all, 1t resembles a vast An 1ron table-a small one-decorated with a piece was establiShed are constructed. Taken altogether 1t doubted tf any thmg so truly bea.utllul and '!' ondel'fal auperfictes of exquisne pane l u f g io wood of ever-varying of embrotdered satin, on wh1ch is worked m gl'lden and may be doubted if finer spectmens of the butlder's art, has e ver been 1magmed m such a connec tfOD. Ho shad!!! olor s. Every box and d rum in tt 1s faced s1lve r threads the name of the 111anufacturer and the than is afforded by the G:entenmal buildmgs have ever gentlemen, umted by blood, jdentity of pursuit, and fe with g s, dn h1ch 'appears m.g il t lett e rs the n ames of smgle brand Lone Jack," with a small sliver-mounted Manv of them are marvellous m size, ulity of mental resources as s hown by the1r productwns, the mnhlt)eraale bra11ds d1sp l a yed The boxes are oval case tilled with "Lone Jack" smokmg tobacco man s ctlon aftd delign. Tbe M.u:w ExHIBITION and capable of such htgh achievements tf ope ratmg Jn made of mds oiJ wood, and a re all poltshed an d unpacked cond1Uon, IS all there is in AGRICULTURAL HALL IL lNG is 1,1Be by 464 feet, with a central span of conjur.cuon with one another, happen to be disumted m varmshed. conten comJ"tise all colors and vanettes to mdtcate that a grade of tebacco of this name bas 1,s32 by 120 teet, the longest of thts wtdth ever mtrobusmess, is a query that probab1y suggests 1tself to the of tobacco in plam, lftllqt!ie, all fanciful shapes. Many ever been made and succeeded in wmning its way to duced lR any exhibttion butldmg. The ART GALLERY, mmd of every person who looks at thetr work 111 the of the Mosaic patterns to cAll them such, the great popularity. or, as 1 t 1 s called, MEMORIAL HALL, is 365 by :zro feet Exposttton, and learns that it was placed thete by t o viSitOr qf tbe onderful sp e ci enJ i n th e collectiOn preWILLIAM s. KIMBALL a: co., 1\0CH)tSTER, N. Y. LEWIS MACHIN:&RY HALL is l,4o:z by 36o feet The AGRI members of one family, each' carvmg hts way to r.me vlously not fced D1amon s, Is, squar es, triangles, BREMER's soNs, 322 N. THIRD s1. PHI LA., AGENTs. &SlLTIIRAL B lNG is 826 by 540 feet. HoRTJCULand fortune on his own account. They were certamly parallelograms pyram1ds, cones, come-sectiOns, stars, The dtsplay of thts firm embraces Fme cut Tobacco JIAS,L s3 bJ 193 feet, and a)lPTOprittes to its born to act in unison m the field of acttVfty whtdl 'th!'-suns, moons, and (Ire e s are but a f e w of the alternaand Cigarettes, and is very tasteful in design and execusle!P4 res c!Jf ground. These five comprise have chosen, however ctrcumstances may have comblllll>i tin & ffgures oat every box, eae h b a rtion. They occupy a space of perhaps one hundred the most 1mportant ed1fices on the Centenmal Grounds, to mould and dtrect the current of their hves. morliously d g n a dJustment, color and shade wttb square feet. Thetr pedestalts elaborately carved wal-but ahere are many others withm the enclosure that are We mtend 1n our sketch of what the Tobacco Tntde another, a nd each box selected diSposed w1th refer-nut some four feet h1gh and five or s1x teet m wtdth. very large and beauttful. Within, -as without, the has done to make the ]j:x OSitiOn memorable, to ence size f.lld color so hei g hten the general It is covered with a slab of tessellated marble From decorations in all the bmldiDgs, though for the mos ngidly refram from the use of superlative terms of effe !.at: ed in the c ntre of the e l hptlc are three an oblong formed by four stmtlar slabs of marble, pan 1atended to be temporary, are in the h1ghest style praise. We shall do this, both because, where so large ilrums disposed m fprm of a pyramid, the about twelve inches in Wldth, ,nses an mlald ebony and of art, and might remain for years to come lB attestation many are deservmg, h 1gh encomiUms can not be accorded lower two con t a ming resp Y coiled twtst plate-glass case, covenng the entire base upon which it of the mtelhgence and sk1ll employed upa11 them. without dimwiahmg by repetition the value of the e:rpres and stems, and the upper one beautiful bnght V 1tgmia re'lts and extendm' upward, including roof and dome Philadelphia, u 1 s often remarked, 1s a city or homes, sions due to and des1gned for each, and because, as has leaf tobacco. On the the elhpt1c, above the pyra about ten feet The dome has a dtameter of nearly and the mtluence of the comfortable ho111es m which her already been mtnr.ated, its efforts through mdtvtdual mid, m a rosewood and It ira me, 1s a vessel made of four feet, and ts crowned at the summit by a small mechanics and artizW!s r ,'lll arly seen m the members and m the aggregate have been s o mentonous, tobacco inscnbed "The omtor." Spqn rolls, twuted carved ebony figure. Four ebony globes occupy the pble lin o f tbe buildings, so siply successful, as to be in some mea5W' oqd 1!4 ed es, and rosettes of tobacco, decofour external corners of the case. l!lside the case is as e en to me ntO!'t parte. tbe scope of approving w'lrds to sultab xhi l d t rectwns. Along tqe top of attractive as 1t ts Without, and IS full of mterestmg aruThe same enterprise and liberality on the part of the Throughout the balan<."e of tbts report, as tl'ircf u cipal le:ht to left 4f centre, olea. In a pail, u ill a ve{lsel, in the fQrm of a citlzens of Ph1 ladelphla that have inseired them to leave portion that bas preceded it, the same reserve will be pyramidalabaped boxes jbtting upward, to eac)l of whc ll large fractqred cocoanqt shell, resembling sohd silver, 110 means untried to make b r oil of the an.t-we lball e th,-a&. bare IS attached a sheaf of lo .acCQ stems m color elegantly cllued, cllewm.l' tobacco IS ca:ti.on 10 whose honor 1t is d,. e pelled recttal q!'_ wt1 ers the resembling silver, like tht se m the drum before noted sh hat &i tbe commeadaaion o{ rts. A to make suitable arrangel8ents for the accommoTcco Depanmen o How protty even so tom.,on a thing AS tobacco stems Di d va bed -.u. tam a cho1ce speounen cbewmg t o bacco. Arrange d on gradlllited planes ilr e variQus sampl es of ctgarette& in handsome boxes. Cut ci Jarette toltacco ts e x hibtted tn a box Of consi4erable di aiil nswns that h as the appear a.ce of stlver. At the rear of th e case, and w1thm the enclosure, are pyramids and pails of fine-cut JOHN F. ALLEN II: CO., RICHMOND. LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, PHILA., AGENTS. The area covered by the exhibit of th1s fir m is about two hundred aoctpfty square feet. Observ e d from the front a walnut counter IS seen at the left hand on whtch re ts a show case of about elj!'ht feet in len g th. In th1s case are several-wriettes of cigarettes m laney boxes At the end of the counter are two glass prs, one con tammg and the other smok1ng tGbacco. On :! co ttnrer at the right baud are two J&rs filled w ith "Perique," a brand called "PerfectiOn and va r ious 'amples of straight cut tobacco, all of' th e1r own pro duction. Toward the end of ,thts counter 1 s .a large case, sbowmg every variety of ct,:arettes made by the firm. In the ceatre of the space IS a gilt c ounter case coJtainiDg a gollllen-coloted tobacco, and on the top of th1s case is a vase havtng Similar tobacco m 11, together wuh two large twisted Jumps of tobacco m 1he form of pme apples. At the right of the central case is a pyr am i d of granulated smoking tobacco some ten feet m height. At the left of the center 1s "case of plug to bacco, mcludmg several kinds. Under glass covers, resembhn: cake covers, are lumps of plug tobacco, m form and color closely resembling cakes at a bakery. On the left of these is a pyranud of cigarette,. Stand mg at the rear 1s a larce vase of what the firm denomi nate "Richmond No. 1," SlllOkioc, and at the right of thts are vases of cut cavendtsh and Navy tobaccos. In boxes of all shapes and sizes are mclosed all v a riet1es of foreign (obacco manufactured by the firm, such a'< Havana, Latakta,.Turktsh, etc. Plied m profuston on the cases at other poults are boxes Qj ctgarettes. At the extreme rear are suspeaded three frames repre in -;rarioiJI waya tbe style of the firm. In each IS the trade mark of the firm worked m l eaf tobacco m different ways. Mottoes m letters formed of ctgarettes f all sizes and styles embellish st1ll another frame. These of lllfllullru are very cunous, and form an interestmgback-ground t() the pictnre pr e sented by the exhib1t. The display of stock is full, and has been well selected and arranged for effect, as weU as tw tnd1cate the productive capacity uf the firm P. LORILLARD II: CO., NEW Y:>RK. B. A. VANSCHAICK, 29 N. WAftR. ST., PHILA. AGENT. a'bis firm occup1es a destrable place, embrac1og be tween SIX and seven hundred square feet. Three hand somely; constructed polished walnut counte r s, JOined together, extend round the entire space appropnated by them, each hterally freighted wtth goods made by the firm. Standmg at the end of the longer counter IS a pyramid of plug tobacco boxes of all styles, as also near the center. In front of tbue pJramads are vue s con taining glass jars filled with snaft At int e rvals a long the ceunter are five l ar,e jars collltaining difi'erent kmds of smoking tobacco, "Y acilt," "Club," "Dog Tail,'' "Challenge," etc. Before the front pyramid verx.mteresting memento of the olden time m the form of a glass jar mclosed in an outer vase filled with French Snuff, of good color and flavor, made 116 year aa;o sixteen years \>efore the Declaration of Independenceby the first Pierre Lorillard, the founder of the house. PytaQltds of three pails .each of fiae.cat cbewmg tobacco occupy mtermedtate spaces along the counter. At the right hand of th1s counter is a plate-glass and and ebony mounted case partly filled w1th chotce grades of loose granulated smokmg tobacco arranged m alternating strata of kmd and color. Along the upper layer are arranged in pyramidal forms packages of tohacco representmg many of the brands manufactured by the firm, with wh1ch is entwined a pretty silk flag, whose br1lhant colors impart a pleasing tnue to the goods inside the case. Sur111ount1ng the case are three vases contammg fine-cut and smokmg tobacco, w1th another pyra mid crownmg all. On the opposite side, arranged on a long counter, is a great variety of toltacco in rose and walnut boxes and ba,s, and snufl' ia earthen and other jars and vases. Yacht Club," the "Three Black Crows," "Eureka, "Bonanza," and other brands of smnkmg tobacco are here shown 1n bags of every s1ze and pattern. Extending along the third aounter, thro ugh out lis entire length 1s a costly oval counter c ase of plate&lass and silver, 10 which IS to be seen, m small parcels, samples of every kmd of cut aHi granulated tobac c o and snuff made by !Iitts firm, all 10 the exact form and style 10 wh1ch they are 1 espect1vely placed upon the market, as in fact are all thll goods ijn th1s exhib1t. At the rear o the space is a high and m a ssive tower cqmposed of boxes of plug tobacco of all stzes, s'hapes and degreee of beauty, pyramtdal m form, and measunng, perhaps, at the base, forty feet m circumfer ence and fifteen feet m hel&ht. upward from alternatmg layers of bO:res are api're5 .aJid tan of boxes qf tobacco, jars of anff, and mul d'lud e ot ot er tbmgs in fanCiful form and color. Each box connected with the tower bears a richly colored label and the name of the brand. The summ1t of the tower 1s graced with a v a s e o f fine cut In the centre of the mclo!lure is a pyramid of beautif<1l and patls, about ten feet h1gh, fille d wllh fine cut tobacco m markelable conC:Itlou. Around the base of this pyramid a re !Jiaced great bladders of jar!! and fill alltntermedtate spaces. In addkion to their mouldmgs, the li-onts of the counters are embeU1shed wtthpt lettennc. refernng to the origiBbustaest of the fum. As disclosed to obaerver, the exhibit'attractive and practtcal pearance. K fNNEY BROTHERS, NEW YORK. A beautiful ebony plate glass case mounted on a tMMe iJi me and color Wllh the case IS the first object that meets the eye of the visitor as he approa<'hero the space allotted to this firm. Rismg u p tbe centre of the case I S a c1rcular pyr a m 1 d comjJri S C three sepal'llle plate& of th1ck, crystal glass res11ng on polt s hed brass pillars-about et o b t m e in bei t From the apex of the pyram1d, o: '' lu c p lac a finely moulded glass diSh part1ally filled cut Penque tobacco, nses a cunous.ly wrought glass tern, apparently representmg the blossom of a Peri tobacco plant, several leave:s of genuine Tur tobacco hangmg pendant frot1l the centre of tt. F the base of the blossom, and of the same materiala.as itself, spring forms of tobacco leave s wh1ch com pie If surround it, making It one of the most exqutstte s igns in glass to be seen m the Exposiuon. B e tween the pillars which support the glass plates are g boxes in an mchned poSitiOn contammg spectmen the various brands of cigarettes for whtch the firm celebrated. The ceiling of the ease 1s lined wtth satin. Formmg an angle Wltll the side of the case 1s a pkt form on whtch are to be seen several rolls of Perique to bacco 1n the form in whtch It is brought to market. Though not larfe, the exhibit is a very tasteial IUld credttable oae. GAIL & AX1 BALTIMORE. Ali.THUR HAGEN & CO. 63 N. ntQNT ST.1 PHILA., AUEI'I'fS. A handsomely carved rosewood cabmet, sometlung hk.e fifteeo feet m hetght and breadth, with a pted bronze door at the front, is a description that will prob ably best convey to the mind a conceptlon of the ex ternal appearance of the repository ()f the on elt hibHion belongmg to the abo ve-named firm. The space secured is not so large as the firm might very well have required, but they have eVIdently made the best use posstble of the area 11,t theudisposal. ln81de and out lftde it Y, tas.t'ully dll$01fated a the sbewiag and drawers of the interior haviug the appearance of bnght colored 5atinwood and oak. Wuhm the drawers are samples of wing # baccos. Above the drawers are on Pge Two ]


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