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

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' ;. r VOL XII.--NO. 25 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2,1876 WHOLE NO. 59T lhe Vtolracto ltaf IS PUBLISHED EVE:S.Y WEDNESDAY :U:OB.NING, BY ''The Tobacco Leaf" Pnblishin Go. I :t.4:l Fulton St., New York. EDWARD BURKE --------Editor JOHN G.GRAFF-Business Manager uAll Letters should be plainly addressed "Taa ToBAcco L&AY" PuBLISHING Co. Terma of the Paper: SntGLa CoPJas ................. Io Cents. ON& YAR ... .............. fuk A Nub, 49 droad Cardooo A. H. 66 Broad Crawford E. M. 168 Water. Dohan, Co 104 Front. DuBois Eureoe, 75 Frout Bgprt Wm. Ill Co 171 Pearl Buelbach, F. 13 Sbtb A Fait. G. & Bro., 171 Water 'J'riead E. & G.&. Fo., Water. Gardiner. J. M. il4 Front. Garth D.]., Sen It Co., 4-4 Broad. Guoert { L. & Bro., 16o Water. Genhel & Hro., 191 Pearl. Guthrie & C',. ns FrooL Hamburger I. & Co 151 Water. Hawes, l:baa. B., 119 Maiden Lane. Herbst &r Van Ramdohr, PearL ;Hillma" G. W So Front. Xlnnicut Thomas. lit Broad. Koenig & Subett, 3l9 Bowerr. Kre:ne10erg &: Uo., 16o Pearl. Lachenbruch & Br-o., 164 Water Lam'tte A. C., 1:12 Pearl. Lederer& Fiscbel. 113 Pearl M. H 161 Purl. llaltlaDd Robert L o!k Co., n 81'8ad. Mart1n & Johnson, '79 llerfelc!, Kemper & Co., 131 Maiden Laue. ldeyer A. 0. L & 0., 4J Bea-ver. Oatma:D Alva, 166 Water. Oppeo.beimer, M. & Brether, -8 Water. Ottinger Brothers 48 Broad St. '" Price Wm. M., uo Maiden Laue. Qllin, J .P. & Co., 39:8road. lte\smano. G. 179 Peatl. Sawyer. Wallace & Co., 47 Broacl. SchleJ. el G. 186 Front Scbnult J. Water. B.;hoverhog H. 14a Water. Scttroeer C. H uS Water S.t.eln & Co. 197 Duaor. Straltoa & Storm, 191 Pearl. Stroha &: Retueostetn, 176 Front. Tq, Charles f'. 1: Son, 184 E'ron&... Tataenbont, F. W. 61! Broacl. Telfer, A. Pearl. Upm.aunCarl, t71 Pearl. CtJM,iuint MnYUtJ. R.eJDel Brothers & Co U & 48 PlLce Buyrr of TD&JuD, lle.....,. G. 55 Broad. ToH<&I B,..Aor, Cattua john, u7 Pea.rl. Flocber Cbu. E. & Bro., 131 Water Flacber, Frederick, 41 Broad Char! .. F., 54 llroaam Sq. II: l & 7 DeJer. aufman .Hroe. 41. Bondy, 129 & 151 Grand &orbs IJr, Spies, 35 Bowel)' Levy 'Bros. us & U7 Broome t.lcht....tein A. & Bro. 54 Bowory Llcbtensteiu B1oL & Co. 168 BoweJ7. 114...,..1 M. w. a. Bro, Bowerr Neublll'get M. 185 Pearl lleldenberg & Co. 84 and 86 Reade .a.ltll. Bowery Stochellterg M. o!k Co. 9> and 94 Liberty Stratton & Sterm, 17$ a.nd,18o Pearl Butro & Newmark, 76 Park Place Tabel Rohrberg, 171 Pearl. W&llller It Hahn, 090 II< >9 Bowery. M4ur.utrlr'we Walter Frle53 So11tb. Hen'kell Jacob, :a-._..-&: 295 Monroe. Strauss. S. 17Q & r8r Lewis. ... Wlcko William & Co .. 153 -161 Goerck. Cig11r p,,, C,tl.r 11ntlotAer H'ooth, Daly&: Co., 163 Maiden Lane Crt:"" Ribbt"' Heppeuheimer & Maurer, u It 14 N'. William. Lobenetein & Gans, 101 Maiden l ane. Loth & Co. 444 Broome. Wicke., Wm. & Co., t!3I Goerck. stid Ri6boa Almtran ; J ., 16 Cedar. MrifMtwrtrJ of Tob11cco Tin-Foil, Croeke J. ]., 38 Crosby& 163 .1: Mulberry Im;qrter-s D( TiM Wittemann Brothers, 184 William Tohrco Jlaggi,;: Howard, SaPger & Co., 105 & 107 Chambers Tobacco Labell. The Hatch Lithognphic Oo., 33 34 Vesey Heppenheimer 8r .Maurer u North -william Cigar-Box L.bell and TrimingJ. Heppenheimer & Maurer, u & :1<4N. WUliam. Wulfi'Chas. A., s Chatham. 1'obacco &aling W liZ .. Zla11er W. &-Co., 197 William. Mlz,ifrs. Kinnt)' Bros. Runia Jtioney F. S. 141 West Broadway. AznccJ' for Pn"'IJta 1'ohacco arul Hasl& CirtJrlttes. DuBois Tbeo 69 West Broadway. StraptJ and ()utters, o.r,.,., Mti'"' Browu, A. & F. 57, 61 Lewta Erich H. W'., South. Lobenateiu & Gans, 101 Maiden Laue. Cig11r Moltl Prm &rJ Brown A. &: F., S1 Lewis. Manufaduri!Tof Ci!{'Jr MuldJ. Borgfeldt M. ll. Harlem R. R. F'tDepot, White i)fMJii Tobacto lJqJ Zetlenb R., :101 East Seventy-fifth' Palmi lmfrM"d Tbacco Cull". Kinney Francis S., 141 West Broadway Wulatein Henry, 6t; Third ave. ''La Rlusia-.Cirt.,Ytles. E<:kmeyer & Co., 48 Broad and 48 New Saatchy & Man.J!tnlb)''s R-ussian Russian American Manufacturing Co. J. A. Lukanio, 53 Broadway. M.anufcture,.s of Cl"garrttts, Basch J. & Co., 135 Chatham. JJ Gennao-Amel'lcu, cor. Broadway and Oedar. Inurna.l Rn;mue Books. Jour,.eoseo, C. 37 Liberty. Fw11'r'M arul Dt111Uslic 1Ja1&/rtr4. Stemberyer, M. &. S. 44 Excbangt?"Plaee. of Fie, Log nd Straiglll CuJ Cavendish. Pecare Louis N. 71 john. l1j Metal WtNJd111 Slt0t11 Fipres-Witla awl WitluJut Smoki-c Apjaro,t-,. Delllutb, Wm. & Co., .so Broadway. Ma,w(acturrr of Skow Ft'rttrn. Strauu S. 179 & 1h Dealers SjatUslt. Cig-ar C1dar. Eifert John F., 29[-l9S Monroe. Uptegrove & Gedney, 46S Lombard. l!cbroedet J oo. II: Co .. 81 !'lace. Tate, Muller & Co., st South Gay Wenck E. E., .and .. s South Charles. Wlachmeyer Ed. & Co., 3'il South Calvert. Tobarco Hoftiwm, Lee & Co., '3 Exchange Place. etc. Felper F. W. & Soo, lJO South Charles Marburg Brother&, to 149 S. Chart SL 'Wilkeua H. &:: Co., r81 West .Pratt. Pdm of S..ti-Lef ToN5 South Calver StiM Kerck.ho G & Co., J-49 tsoutb Chutes. Fertiiiurs. Lorentz & BOSTO Ooiuio Holyoke C. 0 .. u Central Wharf. Dalers tn Havana tmd Domeslie Leaf T<> DII<&O and Cigsrs. n.. ... eDport a. LetrA' 59 Broad. BREJIEN, Geraany. To&ucP CtJmmi.rsiOJJ Mtrollants. Falleutein IIi Son. BRIDGEPORT. CON)(, Paekers f Seetl Llf ToiJaccq, Hawes, E. v. 66 Water. BROOKLYN, N. Y. T/JbacCtJ. Flagc Jobn F. & Co., and 178 Firat. ToiHu:co-Cmit MszcAi .. rJ. Wulatein Heary, 15 Myrtle aveuue; MaouftuturM&D. Maurer c. F., 187 Clark. Dtltrs i Lf Tobacc!l. 8audbagen Bros., 17 West Rao al Smythe F. w. & Co., '"North John. LOUISVILLE. Ky. Pluff 1Gbllltco ManMJO"urer. F\nzer J &-lfros., 194-190 Jacob. Manufacturers of .Jaen. Carroll Job W: Sloae, John W. Tob)tt(A Oommiuio11 Mtrcllant. Nowlins, & Co. MIAMISBUBG,p. i11 Llof Tcba C(), Schuberlb, H. C. ;s. Cam.pbelt, Lane & Co ., 484 J:JroOil,d. NEW OBLEAN'I. La. Tohllctf Facto,., and C,mminiDif MertA"" Gunther. Stevenson & Co 16:1 Commoo .K.remelberK, Schaefer ae.d Co., 186 Common. Ap,C;y /or Tobacco 4'1td Ci'gartdtrs. Brooks Wm. I. 43 Natcb.u. PADUCAH, Ky. Tobacc Brolurs. Clark }[.H. & Bro. PETERSBURG VA. 1'(1/M.CCtl M!.r&.44111tS. Roper, LeRoy & Sons. PHil. ADELPHIA. Tobauo W Anathan, M & Co. uo North Third Bamb:f'lr&er L. &: Co 111 Arcb. :Bremer Lewis, Sons, 3ll Borth 'l"blrd. Daley James & Oo., N. E. cor. Tb.ird and Race Dohan & Taitt, 107 Arch. Dunn T. J & Co., r.sth and Vioe. Edwards, G. W. & Co., 6:1 North Front. Hi1enl ohr Wm. & Co., us 8outh Water !.lcUowell M. E: &. Co., 39 North Water. Meyers & RaadalJ, 2S9 Market Moore&: Hay, 35 North. Water Bank j Riualdv & Co., 32 North Water. J!eil c bn B. & Co ,S3t South Second. Sorn:r, Cook & Co., IC5 No,.tb Water Steinet, Smith Bros. &. Knecht, us Race. Teller Broth.ers, 117 North Third. Vetterlein J. & Co., 135 Arch. Wartman M. & Son, 13 Nortb Fifth. Wells&. Roberta, Third and Giu.rd Ave. Woodward, Garrett & Co., 33 :Sorth Water Manufacturer f Smljf nd Smoking Ts-{l(lccos. Wallace Jos. 666-672 North Eleventh MtJ*.facturt,.J J Cig11.r1 Batchelor Br01., 8o8 Market Hildebrand & Klingenberg, 37 North Seventh Knecht, Smith & Co., 131 North Third St. Ludy jno. J. 5 & 5>5 S. :ooth. Theobald A. B Third aod Poplar. Wells & Roberts. fbird and Girard Ave. United States Cigar.Manufactory, 1Sth & VIne Manufacturers of Fine Cig-ars. Frechie A. M..,. Front Klein H. E. Fourth and Chestnut. D/ a1Ui Hick.mao, Me,i1'aw & Co., 212-218 Carter. TDhacco Broker. Fougeray A. R: 33 N. Frout Pl'l:TSBliJRGH. Pa. Manujactu,.ers of Sauff. Weyman & Ero., 79 and 8t Smithfield. Manujaehlrers "Exr:rlsiur Spun Rlr' and 01116-Tbac87 Liberty. PROVIDENCE, B. I. Jobber tn Ct"g-ar&.' Farrington W. P. 125 Dyer. RICHMOND Va. CAmmissfo, Merti4tt. Nolting's Son A \V., Tobacco Exchange. Wise James M. & Peyton, 2-/ Tliir'tetotb. Leaf 'J)obcuco Bro&m. B oyd James Dibrell Wm. Cary. Millo.\. A.' N. Y, ManJactw of "WhalenlL 11:. T., lS. St;!.te. Dealt,. in Ltaf Tob.tJccos. Mosely U. E .. :Mill street. CINCDINA.TI. SAN FRANCISCO. Dtlll1r1 io Havana and DtmustU Le'!fTHc<. The Consolidated Tobacco Co. of California, Beauden Henr\'. 161-r65 Pearl E. Sriargs, Aient. l07 Froot II allay Rich & llrnthcr, us W,t Froat, /RJJii!Ts;, Spanish aflli Vigar Leaf Ttl&uctJ. SPIUNGFIELD. Mau. .lileyer Hy., Front. Smith H. & Co., so llampden WaD&elman F &: <..o. 8:1 ST,1LOUIS,. Ho. M-lrifllCJrtrJ of Finr-Cut tma IobB.&.OOO L:JD.A.::IP Commends itself to every one io any waylntere1ted in Tobacco, either as Growe\', Manufacturer, or D!aler. lt gives annually an immense amount of information reg.uding Tobacco aDd tts manufactures, and thus constitutes itself a v.U wcecw.m that has long since been recognized aa atanding at the head of special trade publicaboos. Its market reports art! foil and exhausthe, aod come from every quarter of the globe where Tobacco is sold. It is the ONLY weekly publication extensively delo'ot.::d to Tobacco. Correspon dence solicited. THE AMENDED REVENUE BILL. In another article we have classified and 'lrr nged the amendments to the revenue law proposed by Mr. Morrison in so far a11h relate t o tobacco and cigars. As presented in that resi.fJ!e, exactly what the Chairman of the Commi:tee of W a}S and Means has and has not done can readily be discerned. On the whole, he is to be commended for providing for a number of modifica tions o{ the existing law that can not prove otherwise beneficial to the Government and the cigar-lllanu facturing interest, though as much can not be said for his efforts in behalf of the members of the tobacco trade. Nor has he done all he might have done, and has been urged to do, for the rdief of cigar-manufac turers. For advising the abolition of the regiMry re quirement praise will be accorded him by both employ ers and employed, .as a more harrassing and, at the same time, more ustless provision of law than the one making the registration of cigar-makers a condition precedent to their employment it would be difficult to find or conceive. The caution-label amendment will meet the approval of cigar-manufacturers, because it is one which they have long solicited, and embodies every recommenda tion made by them on the subject. They ha\'e urged not only that names should be omitted from the labels, but that tht> text of the "Notice" should be extended so as to acquaint the taxpayer with the measure of his duty, and the penalty attending the failure to perform his duty when known. In both particulars Mr. Morri son has adopted the suggestions of the trade. The exigencies of the cigar manufacturing trade long since made the privilege ef using other instruments than old-fashioned branding-irons for branding the ;revenue inscription on cigar-boxes a nece>sity, and the latitude provided for in the amended bill leaves nothing to be desired in tlfis regard. Any thing that will make a legible and du ra ble impression of the inscription rs de clared to be ad missible. If the amendment is enacted metal, equally with wooden boxes, can be perfectly branded without the risk of seizures, such as brought annoyance to the trade and d1scredit on the Bureau last season in some of 1he and South ern States. Though subjecting them to odditional labor, law abiding maaufacturers will welcome the device in t he bill for preventing the refilling of cigarette boxes, which is alleged to have been extensively pl acrised by the less scml)ulous manufacturers of that class of goods. Wi1h every bundle, small and large, stamped, it is reasonably certain that the taxes from cigan:ttes can a! be collected. The request of cigar manufacturers to be allowed to make weekly, instead of daily, record; in their books ap pears to. have failed of appreciation at the hands of the Committee of Ways and Means; as also does their recommendation that tobacco-growers and auctioneers be required to keep records _of their of leaf tobacco the same as licensed dealers. The bill in providir.g for the omission of. names on ( cauti<;>n labels, though satisfying the of very many cigar manufacturerf, ;.vill fail to meec the approval of dealers in manufactured tobacco, who object to the name of the manufacturer anywhere on a package of tobacco, on account -of its revealing the dealer s 5ource of supply and -::umpelling him to be a gratuitous advertiser of :be manufacturer. By the bill the name must still be seen 'in two places on each pack age, on the stamp and on the package itself. The ap parent gain to the dealer by the amendme!lt is, that the FRED'K DeBARY & .CO., 41 43 'Warren Street, New York, SOLE ACENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE EL PRINCIPE DE GALES CIGARS::J .IIU.NUFACTllBJI::D AT THE WEST lidlA.l!ICR OF THE CELEBRATED BL PRINOil'Jii DJil OALEI BA.NllFACTORY OF HAVANA. KEY WEST HAVANA-CIGARS. SEIDENBBRG CO., 84 and 86 READE STREET, NEW YORK, Proprietors of the LA ROSA ESPANOLA FACTORY. ,. KIMBALL, GAULLIEUR a CO., KEY WEST AND IMPORTED CIGARS, 29 Warren St., New York. G. W. HILLM.AN, COI!ISS_ION IN. MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, 80 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.. Plug and Smoking Tobaccos from V1rginia a.nd North Carolina. Factorieso The Celebrated Diamond' Golden Cut Cavendish Smoking Tobacco. MF!LL &. 'L.A WSON' 33 1\.I:URRA Y STREEr:I:. \ N. York, MANUFACTURERS OF THE "EL CLUB DE YATE" KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS. B : 4 V Alf .A T 0 B .A C C 0. CAUTION! We hereby notify all parties who Infringe on our .Trade { w." Acquired under the Ltaws of the United States, that they Will b orosecuted by Law, 85 Pine St. WElL d: CO. WEISS, ELLER & KAEPPEL, IMPORTERS OF. THE BOSE BBA.ND '' HA.YA, N A 220 Pearl Street, New .York. advertisment on each package will be presented twice I tion and shipment for export in such siized lots as may instead of three times to the eye of the purchaser. But be wanted by expor t ers. If these faciBities can be had, this gain is offset by the requirement 1hat the inspecial export warehouses need not be provided. For scription on the package shall be legibly and durably the General Order stores would answer the same impressed thereon. pose. If, for instance, an exporter wants twenty-five Mr. Morrison has omitted altogether to notice the cases out of a lot of one hundred cases received in desire of dealers in manufactured tob acco for bonded store in transit, we want the privilege of breaking up export tobacco warehouses. Ir. this particular his bill the lot to accommodate him. Briefly, we want some is painfully defective, and will be so considered by many arrangement whereby manufacturers can ship goods. ot the leading tobacco merchants of Jhe country. And dirctly to the ports of entry and have them stored. 1t may be here suggested that, 1f lt be now too late to where they can be exam mea by exporters and purincorporate in the bill a provision a uthor izing the chased in lots to suit the requirements of the ex lishment of such warehous-e \there needed, a joint resoporter's trat.:e. Lots that may not be jpurchased immelution providing for their institution should be at once diately we want to have lie in store until they are adopted and put upon its passage. If that can not be taken for shipment. With such an arrangement we done, then, in the language of a merchant, "Congrtss could safely make advances on goods, and exportersshould allow manufactured to be shipped to 1 would be encouraged to increase their p11rchases." General Order stores, there to lie subject to examinaDoes Mr. Morrison know of any valid reason why-.. eiGABETrE FACTORY 01' J. BASCH & CO at 135 Chatham Street,. New York. ..

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2 hese reas onab le facilities should not be enjoyed by the tobacco merchants of the United S\ates? A step in the right direction is taken in t he bill in providing for the cancellation of the manufacturer's bond on proof being furnished of the clearance of goodS' from the port of shipment. Certificates of landing and other .annoyances are obv iated by this p;dvision. Those who may have anticipated a provision in the bill for the reduction of the tax on tobacco, cigars, cigarettes and snuff, as recommended in the report of the Sub.Commi1tee., are to disappointment. The subject is studiously ignored, and, must be ag1in urged next Winter. ____ ..,. ____ WHAT IS PROPOSED TO BE EFFECTED BY THE MORRISON B .EVENUE BILL Reviewing the Morrison Revenue Bill published in full in the previous of THE LEAF, we find the following changes in the existing law recommended in that instrument:CIGARS. First.That the following words be stricken out: "Every cigar-maker shall cause his name and resi dence to be registered, without previous demand, with the collector 'of the district in which such cigar-maker shall be employed; and every manufacturer of cigars employiug any cigar -maker who shall have neglected or refused to make such egistry shall be fined five dollars for each day that such cigar-maker so offending, by neg lect or refusal to regis ter, shall be employed by him ." Suond.That the following words he stricken out: Conditioned tha( he [the manufacturer) shall not employ any person to manufacture cigars who bas not been duly registered as a cigarmaker." Tlzird.That tht: clause IR the law requiring books to be kept by the collectors for the regi!'tration of ci()'ar makers be so modified as to dispenloe with such books. These three alterations made, the registration of with all its attendant annoyances and lTisks, will be at an end. Fourth.-That sectLon 3 be so amended as to read as follows :"And be it further enacted, That every manufacturer of cigars shall securely affix, by pasting on earh box -containing cigars manufactured by or for him, a label -on which shall be printed, together with the number of .his manufactory ; and the district and State in which it is -sit uated, these words:" 'NoTICE.The manufacturer of the cigars herein contained has complied w!th all the requirements of taw. Every is cautioned not to use boll for cigars agam, or the stamp thereon agam, nor to 1'emove the contents of this box without destro y said -stamp, under the penalties provided by law in such -cases. ''' As amended, this provision makes it no longer neces -sary to have the manufactur,:r's or proprietor's name -appear on the caution label. Fifth.-That section 3o397 be so amenlied with all the Jaw. Every person is -<:autioned not to use e1ther this package for tobacco again, or the stamp tllere_on again, nor. to the contents of this package without destroymg said stamp, under the penalties P'rescribed by law in s.uch .Pro vided, That on wooden packages contammg '-dish, plug, twist, or firneCUt tobacc?, havmg ;the manufacturer's nanne stenciled, stamped, mdented, .burned or impressed inno the box in a legible and dura ble manner, th e or man_ufacturer's name may be omitted from th. e nottce prescnbed in thts ;tion." This provision is designed to harmonize with the similar one relating t o But it fails to meet the wishes of tobacco dealelfs, who are generally desirous of '.ha.vinJil the name omitted f;om_the boxes : .as well as from the LEAF RECORD BOOKS. Eirht/z..That section 3,360 be amended to read :" Every dealer in leaf tobacco shall make daily entries in two books kept for that purpose, one book to be furnished by the Government, under euch regulations as the Commissioner of Internal Revenue shall prescribe, of the number of hogsheads, cases. and pounds of eaf tobacco purchased or received by him -on assignment, consignment, transfer, or otherwise, and of whom purchased or received, and the number of hogsheads, cases or pounds sold by bin, with the name and residence, in each instance, of the person to whom sold, and, if to whom shipped, and to what district; one o f these boAks shall be kept at his place of business, and shall be open at all hours to the inspection of, any internal revenue officer or agent, and the other shall, at the end of each and every year, or, upon the discontinu ance of bu$iness of any leaf dealer, be handed over to the collector of his dfstrict for the use of the Govern ment. And every dealer of leaf who willfully neglects or refuses t o keep the books herein provided for, and in the manner which shall be prescnbed by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, or to to the collector of his district, as herein provided, the duplicate copy containing his daily transactions, as aforesaid, shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five thousand dollars, and imprisoned not more than one year." The compulsory keeping of {wo books of record, in place of one, as at present is obviously the object ol this amendment; it b eing deemed qesirable to place the Government in possession annually of copies of the records. SCRAPS, CUTTINGS AND CLIPPINGS. Ninlh.-That section 3,377 be amen.ded to read as :-.. "And providedfurther, That fine-cut shorts, the refuse of fine cut chewing toLacco, refuse scraps, cl i ppings, cuttings, and sweepings of tobacco may be solei in bulk as material, anonds provided for in section 24 of the found to sati!ofy a judgment for $22,ooOL "Tbere is an ther thing: Green has sixty days' time, act of F;ebruary 187 s, which section the Morrison bill, under the law of Kentucky, in which to file his schedule, accordingly, rec01t;Jmends to have stricken out. and two yP.ars are allowed an assignee in which to set JUNOR EDITORIALS. NoT A l'uRK.-" The attendants at the Turkish' de partment are deceptive looking. Who would have thought that the fe1'9a le who deals out Turkish tobacco in the Building WIIS a Swiss ?" THE _CHARMS OF Music,-Messrs. Lorillard, of New York, have arranged for a series of piano' recitals in the tobacco section in Agricwltural Hall, to be given daily from ro to 12 A.M and 1 to 3 P.M I ToBACCO IN CHARLOTTE, V A.-Coulter Powell raised on two acres of his land, at Drake's last year, r,400 pounds of tobacco, using 200 pounds of guano. From this land he harvested this year thirty bushels of wheat, which he sold at $1.35 a buehel. STATISTICAL.;.....We have 6,ooo,ooo farmers, r,2oo,ooc trades people, 2,7oo,ooo mechanics, 2 6oo,ooo profes sional men, 43,000 clergymen, 4o,ooo lawyers, 129,822 teachers, 62,ooo doctors, 2,ooo actors, 6,200 journalists, J,ooo,ooo laborers, and 975, o oo domestic servants. MEssRs. ]AMES GrLL & Co., PEARL STREET, NEw YoRK.-The suspension of this firm is announced The indebtedness of the firre to tobacco tradesmen here is said to he from six to eight thousaml dollars. It is also said that 1 hey intend to pay -their obligations to the to bacco trade in full. TEN THOUSAND-DOLLAR FIRE AT FREDERICKS HALL, LOUISA CouNTY .-Freciericks Hall (Va.), July 27.N. \V. Harris's tobacco facto-ry, L. Johnson's shop, and two smaller houses were destroyed by fire to-day. The fire was caused by sparks from an engine of a freight train. Loss heavy; not less than $ro,ooo. No insurance. ToTAL DuTYPAID following are the aggregate amounts of, tobacco and ci'gars entered for home consumption at the Port of London for the six months ending June 30, as compared with those in the same period of the three previous years:-Tobacco-1876, l),llt2,346 lbs; 1875, 9,8o2,45 lbs; 1874,9,236,952 lbs; 1873 9,094 935 lbs. Cigars-1876, 481,240 lbs; r875, 435,894 lbs; 1874; 418,872 lbs; x873, 384,76o lbs ONE WAY TO CoLLECT A BILL.-August Hockenjos, a c igar m a ker, of Newark, was brought before Justice Oth, on Thursday, and put under bonds to answer a c!tat ge of atrocious assault and battery, preferred by Lawrence Roesler, a saloon keeper at No. 66 Com meree Street. Hockenjos went to Roesler's store to collect a bill, and when Roesler refused to pay him he beat him on the head with a billiard cue, and also broke several ol his fingers in the scuffle with him Roesler is confined to his bed. INCREASED BUSINESS FACILITIES.-C. Jourgensen, Stationer, 37 Liberty Street and 46 Maiden Lane, has enlarged his premises so as 'to secure a frontage on Maiden Lane, in addition to the old entrance on Lib erty Street, Mr. J ourgensen does his own printing and binding. His stock of stationery is full and oJ the best quality. His establishment furnishes ninety per cent. of the books and blanks used by internal revenue tax payers. Any article and any information COilnected with revenue business can be obtained at this old house. PERSGNAL.-Mr. Robert Dixon, representing the house of Robert Dixon & Co., Melbourne, and Dixon & Sons, Sydney, Australia., tobacco merchants and. importers, tie his affairs. Green has a right to apply for a draw. back of $7, ooo for services rendered in the Fields mat ter. Green has 4,ooo shares of stock in the Madison County National Bank, which are worth $56 ooo but they have been hypothecated by Green to a party who indorsed for him and when this judgment was rendered they attached his bank stock, and I don't know whether it will hold or not He has Missouri State bonc:ls, worth nominally about $ 7 ,ooo, but a good many of them have been repudiated, for having been as was alleged, issued fraudulently. He is also interested in the Richmond Coal Mining Cpmpany, but it is doubtful if his interest there is worth any thing, a:; the Company can not work their mine successfully. Green owns gas stock worth about $5oo. The real estate m ---, Madison County, was attached at rather a low valuation-about $13,ooo -for judgment. Green owns 3,500 acres of land in Illinois, in Warren, Henderson and Knox Counties, and over will be the struggle, or, at least, ur.-on this will be the main reliance of Green's individual creditors, as also of t}le creditors of Green & Meyer. He has, besides, 40 acres of land seven and a half miles from Chicago, which he sold about a year ago for $4o,ooo, but as the purchaser did not pay Green obtained possession of it again. It is for.feited to the State for taxes. The of the firm 10 New York, Philadel phia, Baltimore, Rich mond, Danville and Lynchburg, Va., and Cincinnati, amounted to about $52,ooo, ofwhich about $3o,ooo are due in New York. Green's individual liabilities-secured debts --amount to $55, ooo. There is a judgment ag'linst him of $22,ooo, and a mortgage on his Illiuois lands cf $S,obo. He owes $5o,ooo which are not se cured, and is liable for $r5,ooo besides, as security for l)js brother, who is said to be also involved." Report of the Sub-Committee of Ways and Means RELATIOI TO TOBACCO AID CIGARS UNDER THE INTERNAL REVENUE SYSTEM. [Concluded from Last Week) In the table now presented, based on that on pages 152-3 of Commissioner's Report for x875, it will be seen, comparing the years r867 and r875, how rapidly and singularly t:Je burden has been shifted from certain States to others: States. NORTHEASTERN STATES. Maine _________________ New Hampshire _________ 2,88z,147o Vermont--------------986,279 35 Massachusetts. _________ 28,o88,o77.6o Rhode lslaqd ________ __ 5,049,974oo Connecticut-----------7,582,970 MIDDLE STATES. New York _________ -----s8,825,I59o6 New Jersey _____________ 7,89o,262.6I Pennsylvania ----_--_-.27,58o,633o Delaware ___ --_-----__ --785,967 28 Total ----_-_-95,o82,o21.95_ NORTHWESTERN STATES. Ohio -----------------.19,902,527.66 Indiana. __ ------__ ---.-4,122,863 98 Illinois ___ -__ --__ -----x2,II2,985.84 Michigan ____________ --31112,070,47 Wisconsin -.------. 2,5 r 3,025.41 Iowa----------21074,052 Minnesota _____ ---------452,104-42 Sro7,476.rs 2 99 58,582.r8 2,7o8,or4.29 231,978.oo 627,717-96 I 5,238,88r.8 I 2,363,469 6, I 57,960 04 360,J31.03 14,662,720. I 7 4,653.05 1716J4,626.71 1,9310284.80 z,j22,o76 I 104012 I 7.69 22&,362.45 ... """'' -.. --...1:-> o 0'\\0 U'\ t-ol oow "'"" -...r \0 :;,.. 1:.> "oo <:n OOCN tN \C. t.N 'I 0 00 .... \ob\ ... o-. 0\\0 0 ...., ,.. 0 0\W -t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wealth. '""\0-.l\OUJ\0 I J Per cent. of population. .... tl:l (..,.) '"" 0\ ... -.:c-.:r(H Ooi.. I Per cent. of wealth. 6, Z I Per cent. of 0 "l N ,.;:a. 00 -o "'"" "' revenue. o -o c.n 0\ I N""' ...'D .... O.j:o.\Q ...... c.n-..t""' 000-t oooooo 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000'0 000000 oooo:oo I 'tl' I """"" t.l(,N .., '-I ..... _, oow b 0\\Q (.n 0\ 0 cooo:;:.o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o o o I 000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,I Proportion of revenue to population. Proportion of revenue to wealth "'"""" I Proportion of combined !0 !0 :-' !" !=' ?" tobacco and spirits, and increase. This table that the South, Middle, the North western, and the Pacific States pay of internal revepue largely in excess of due proportion, based on pop ulation or wealth, and that this would result even if an income -tax were imposed, as well as one on tobacco and spirits The incom e tax was very fruitful of revenue, and this even in the latter years of its existence \ during which it was gradually reduced until it had fallen to $14,436,86r.78 This will appear by the following table: r864----------------------$20,296,7 31.74 x86s-----------------------32,o5o,or 7 i866. ------------------721982,159 r867. ----------------------.66,or4,429.54 r868_ -----------!..-. ----41,445,598.36 1869-------------------.---3417911835 x87o--.--------------....... -37,775,873.62 1871------------------. ---.191162,65o .75 1872------------------.---. 141436,861.78 When it is remembered that the tobacco and spirits tax is eonflned to the ag ricultural and manufacturing industry employed in tobacco and spirits from grain and fruit, that all the agriculture and manufacture in cotton, sugar, wool, and hemp are exempt, that all the mining in coal, iron, gold, silver, lead, copper, etc., and all manufac tures from those, are exempt, that the incomes and prof its of the capitalist and the are from tax. ation, and that against the favored many, the burdens of one. third of the revenue of the country are borne by the unfavored few, who till the soil, and whose profits are notoriously less than those of persons engaged in manu tactures and commerce and speculation, it seems to the committee that there is a strong call for a more equal distribution of burdens, in order to an equal share of the blessings of the Government. Much demand is made for a reduction ot the tariff on imports-for taking off numerous annoying internal-revAUG 2. enue taxes, stamps on checks, etc and for the reduction of taxes on tobacco and liquors. If the reduction of taxes on tobacco which is proposed and that suggested in respect to liquors, should reduc: the at all, the can be more than made up by restonng a moderate mcome tax, and by the selection of a few other subjects, which would be remunerative in revenue without being oppressi\ e. What the country needs is to lessen expenditurl!s by a strict ecomony con sistent with efficiency in administration, and' to reduce all taxation to the lowest revenue standard by a fair dis tribution of burdens requisite for the needs of the Gov ernment. Bounties and drawbacks on none, and equality of burdens by, and of blessing to, all sections and to all .and to all men, is the sound policy dictated by ]ust pnncrples. In the present state of the public debt, and looking to the necessary expenses of the Government, both forms of taxation will still be needed. To collect all revenue from imports would li>e illllpossible, and if possible, would cripple our foreign commerce. To collect all from in ternal taxes would be as impossible and inexpedient. A wise and judicious selection of a, few leading sub jects ot internal taxation would be sufficient in that branch of our revenue And while much has been no doubt done to check the power of officials in this depart ment, so often arbitrarily exercised iD remote sections to the oppression of the ignorant and
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AlTG. 2 THE TOBACCO MARKET. DOMESTIC. NEw YoRK, August r. The business of the week in the tobacco market has been steady, but without nottceable acttvlty. In Wes_ter.n leaf the apparent aggregate very large, but thts IS mamly owmg to the fact that the footmgs embrace sales previously effected t)ut uot reported. Regte buyers have been busy throughout the week, and one large tion is reported for Regie account. The market exhtbtts no unusual feature. Messrs. Sawver, Wallace & Co. report :-Receipts during the past.month, includmg Virgima, 18,r I4 hhds; exports, 14,027 do; and sales, 7 ,ooo do, of which 6,: oo do for export, principally to the French and Italian Regies. The stock in inspections shows an increase of 5,340 hhds, but a good deal of thts has _been sold, and awaits shipment. We doubt if the stock m factors hands has been much increased. Pnces aile ceitamly fuller than a month aJi!"o, but we see no occaston to alter quotations. True the Western markets have advanced constderably of la1te, but still are no higher than they were m May during the bug excitement, having declmed smartly tn the mean time while, on the contrary, our quotattons have been The latest crop news continues unfavorable, but we hope that the present change of the weather may help 1t. let week. 2d week. 3d week 4oth week o;tb wre'k. Total Jan __ 473 r,o68 720 792 347 3,408 Feb __ 286 645 662 345 2,500 March 300 694 847 476 5,ooo ApnL 9S3 947 936 1,934 4,Soo May.I,382 I;274 2,246 2,4s7 r,141 8,soo June. 192 946 470 412 1,180 3,2oo July 731 862 I,348 4,059 7,ooo Messrs. Sawyer, Wallace & Co.'s Ctrcular for July says :-Recei;;ts in July, 1S76 (mcludmg 1,443 Vngima), r8,114 hhds; I875, 6,937 do; 1874, I 7,883 do. Smce January r, 1876 (including Io,p7 Virgmia), 76,636 hhds; 1875, do; 1874, 7e,I77 do. In cludmg New Orleans the recetpts of Western crop are 88,871 hhds this year, against 27,987 do last year, and 74,474 do in I874. Exports in July, 1876, I4,027 hhds, r875, 6,3r3 do; 1874, x6,577 do. Since January 1, 1876, 4S,772 hhds, I87S 24,210 do; I874, 40,0144 do. Includmg New Or leans they are 59,I91 hhds thts year, agamst 26,197 do last year, and 49,9I2 do in xS74. Sales IR July, 1876, 7,ooo hhds: I875, 2,630 do; xS74, I8,ooo do. Smce January I, 1876,34,400 hhds; 1875, I8,78o do; 1S74, 46,700 do. Including New Orleans they are 47,0S3 hhcs thL!i year, against 20,994 do last year, and 58.461 do m 1874 Although the sales foot up well, they have been con fined to a few purchasers fol" Germany, Italy and Ffance, and the market has bee1 n generally qUiet. The home trade has done little, and there has been an al most entire absence of small bu, yers, whose datly trans actions usually make thtnS liveUy. Although the crop news has been unfavorable, and other markets have felt its influence, ours has been devmd of speculative spint. We note 6,092 hhds for export, to Regtes, but including a fair quantity of ncb spmnmg leaf and colory Mason C9unty lugs fM Bremen; I1I9S bhds to manufacturers; I37 to cutters, and 133 to job hers; and smce rst J 'lnuary, 1 S76, to manufacturers, 4,091 hhds; cutters, I1377; jobbers, 1,729; export, 23,-767; speculation 3,290. 1st January, 87 5, to manu facturers, 2,683 hkds; cutters, 96I; JObbers, I,417; export, I2,949i speculation 257. rst.January, 1874, to manufacturers, 6,219; cutters, 2,Ioo; JObbers, 3,347 ; export, 14,658; speculation, 2o1472 While prices are certainlv fuller than a month ago, they appear to be covered by our quotations, wh1ch .re main unaltered. Really rech hhds wtll bnng outs1de figures, but they are few and far between. Colory Ma son lugs, at and leaf at free from fro.st, sells readily. Common lugs and old stock ltttle m quired for yet. The Engltsh markets are qUieter, Without change m prices. Bremen disposes readily of large receipts at satisfac tory profits, retaining a stock. WesterR markets tend upward, and. prices are back again to May quotations dunng the lug excttement, wtth a good shtppmg c!emand, and a growmg speculation by farmers and countrv operators. The weather has not been very unfavorable for the crop but there has been some fatahty about 1 t from the first,' and tt grows badl y, whtle a large proportion of the late situngs has dted. Estimates vary from for the West, of which Clarksville and Western d1stnct or less, and Henderson, J14issouri and Ealitern Ken tucky a small average; Virgtnta, ; Maryland Ohio, not much less than last Jfear. It seems certam that substantial spinning tobacco is to be very scarce. Vtrgtnia Leaf-Ther.e have been some fair sales Virgmta leaf since c;lUr last. stock on h_and has improved m quantlty and qua!tty, and fine bnght and mottled wrappers, as, also, good smokers, are now avail able. The advance m Vnginia has made ttself felt here at :ast, and fine goods are bnngiug, 10 some m five cents a pound more than could be obtained a week or two ago. Seed Leaf-The sales of Seed leaf were rather under those of the precedmg week, but the trade 10 this arti cle has. nevertheless, been reasonably good, the sales reaching 1,350 cases. Foreign advices are gradually improving. Messrs. Chas. E. Fischer & Bro. Tobacco Brokers, report as follows concernwg Seed leaf :-We have nothing noteworthy to report. The amount of lntsiness done falls short of that of last week. In all about r,35o cases changed hands, of whtch for shippmg purposes about 8oo cases. Connedicut-Oniy about 200 cases changed hands, mostly I874 crop at I3@2oc. for wrappers; also 51 do crop I8p wrappers at I6*c, and 1873 crop wrappers, more or less in a. retail way, at 1S@46c. Ma/sachusdfs remained quiet, the offerings of this kind are hm1ted, mostly of an mfenor character; r,ooo cases, mcluding a small parcel of wrappers at 1 3c. wtll cover the week's sales. New York Stale 'met "'ith little attentton. wllh the prevtous week a light business only was done. In all 150 cases em bracing rS74 crop wrappers at I S@48c, 187 5 assorted lots at 17@2oc. were sold. Ohzo was in demand for export, sales were made amounupg to 500 cases at for 1875, and 6 7.( c for r874 crop. Wtsconsm and Westem met w1th a better demand. Of thts kmd 350 cases crop of rS75 were sold for the week, for wh1ch and for two small better lots s@s?.(c. was pa:d. THE TOBA.CC. O LEA 1'. Crop of 1874-New England, 6oo cases. Pensylvama -I66 cases. Ohio, 1,2oo cases, of whtch for export I,qs do. New York, rso cases, of which for export so do. Ilhnms, So cases, of which for export 30 do. Wisconsm, 72 cases, of which for export 9 do. Crop of r875-New England, I,ooo of whtch for export so do. Pennsylvama, 1,003 cases, of which for export 822 do. Ohio, Soo of which for eJ,epnng reported aalea nd of aeed leaf aa furniahmc the pr1cea that should be obwned for t!lem at tirat t.and, aa these refer m moat matances to old cropa wh1ch have been held nearly a year, and the profit on whicil must naturally Include the 1ntereat on capital Invested. Growers cannot expect even 1n the case of new crops, to sell them for the nme pnces :u are obt1mcd on a Je-sale ben:. Of cuurae every re.ule must be at an adnnce, and therefore the price obtainable by the lfOWOR will &!ways be aomewhat lowei tnan our quotwons. QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE PRICES. IV('Stein-Ltght leaf. ct" Crop 1875 Common to good luge. @ 7 Assorted Lots .. .. .. 5 @ 6 Common leat..... 8 9 1 Crop J8?'3 Medium.. @ u ASEorted L ots ... 8 @ 9 G d ll ,r.nJ3 00 14 @16 J York 1 873 and 1 87 .. Fine ... .. .. .. 16 r.:i'>J8 Assorted Lots .. 7 @ 8 Selections 1 1Yzs consm.-Crop 18'13 and 187.; Heavy L eaf-1 ssorted Lots.. .. ..... 6 @ 7Ji .... :,: ltoretgn.Medium...... I HavanaF11 Com. Ss @90 Good ..... .. .. .. .. .. 14 @16 do Good do 9> @98 Fine. .................. 16 t7 do Fme do 1..0o@1 tS Selections .............. 17 @18 1 Extra Fme 1 115 1 25 V1rrmza Leaf-; Y ara, 1 and n Cut assorted ss @go Dad";; heavy f:!sie'O:f:::: Manufactured-In Bond. Tu l4 cts. d o med.togood 12 perponnd do extra !ilhlp'g, 14 @16 ; Pound: -BBIGlrl'. Bngbt Yello w W orkmK-1 Extra fine. c @50 F1llers .............. --10 @10 F10e ................... @i Wrappers ...... 20 @*5 Good ......... ........ 28 @3 Enght Yellow Smolung-1 Med.tum ...... 23 @2 ..................... 8 @ 10 r Lommen ....... ........... 18 Med1um to i'OOd ......... 1 5 @20 / LJi{bt Pre11sed, extra Ane 35 (m4: Extra fine .............. 25 @35 LlgbtPr Oltto-In'or to good oom. 5 @7 I Quarter 1-'vunds.-FiDe .... 28 @30 HrownandGreemalo 7 Aled1um .............. .. 23 @26 :Medium and fine red 8 @to Common 18 @:20 Com. to med. spangled 7 @ 9 .Navy Pounds -Fme ...... 26 @,Sli Fine epangled to yellow 10 @ .va,.,taotd-F'st'd t.o com-Navy Half Pound1 and Tlllrd. won ......... -. 3 @ F1ne ................... 23 @.28 Seuod Common...... Fancy Tobae&O'--Loog10's 28 @80 Good do 6 @6 Navy, {'a and S'o ....... 20 @80 Medium................ 8 \ @ 9 l'oc ketPieceo .. .......... 25 @80 Good to tine red......... 9 @u Br.gbt Twi s t (Va) 12 mch 22 fgl40 Fancy ...... -->3 @>o Gold Baro, 6mch SO @iO Upper Country........ 1.6Ji@>5 Rough & Beady ......... 25 @Sli Ground lePf. new..... 3 @ 10 Buc:s: q,uot.atlonM f'or Seed Lea:f To. Na:ty Pounds-Fme....... 26 @28 baecoa aaitable t"or Home :Medium ............... 18 @25 Trade. Navy Half Poundlraftd Tlllrdo-Canructu:tlt-Crop 1871 to 1878 Pine ... ..... .... ... 21 @26 QuarterPcnmd s.-Fino 25 @28 Common Wrappers .... 18 @23 Uoocl ..... .. ... 20 @2 3 Good Wrappers .... go @4 o Common to medium US Select1ons 45 @5.5 F'ita and Fours.... 18 @25 CroJ> cf ISH Pfck e t Piew .............. 18 Fillers 6 @ 7 1'w1st ......... 30 @37 Sec onds.-..... 9 @a ft.t rty-1\uos ......... .... 45 @00 Wrappers ........... 14 @25 10"13 and 12 '&, Selectioos ............. 35 @so Fine .................... 2S @26 CroJ' 18,5. Good ............. 18 fil20 Fillers ............. 6 @ S Common &nd mec!.ll.t;_ 13 @18 Seconds ..................... 12 (g)1.5 Granulated Smoking .. lWana&luuetts-Crop 1871 to -t Medium togood ........ a F1llers .............. ... S 6 Good to fine ............ 5-l@1 20 Seconds................ 8 @o Wrappers ............... 15 @:ro Runo1ni" Lots...... 8 n Pe,nsylvaMia-Crop 1871 and 1872. Ftllera................. 7 NTHLY JOURNAl for 8mokero. Pmblltbed a& No. 10 Lord N8Yon atroet, Liverpool, EniJ land wl!ere ubsoripUons ma7 be ad4reued. or to Ule Toa.ooo LAJ' Pnce two ohilllngtl (Englieh) per 1on11111. 'frade Adverttaementa, 20 sh1lling per Jnch. lio advertl.eements for a &horter period than eb. months. Mr.cb.iDery for Sale, Dueiness Adctresa Announcementl, &c. la -per line. No for Advertising v.-"11'1 unlea accompanied by the c orreepondin& amount. nU in'"arbbly be to. ADVERTISING RATES. ONE SQ,UAllE (lto NONP..A.l\EIL Lil'liE!J), OVER ONE COLUMN, ONE YEAR .. $32 01 DO. DO. SIX MONTHS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 17.01 DO. DO. THREE MONTHS . 10.00 OVER TWO COLUMNS, ONE YEAR .. ........ ...... 5800 DO DO SIX MONTHS -. .. .... 32.QOo DO. DO. THREE MONTHS. .. 17.00 TWO SQ,11ARES (28 NONPAREIL LINES). OVER TWO COLUMNS ONE YEAR .... .. Sl15.00 DO. DO. 'SIX MONTHS .................... 5800 DO. DO THREE MONTHS............ .. .. .. 82.00 FOUR SQ,UARKS (56 NONPAREIL LINES). OVER TWO COLUMNS, ONE YEAR ........................ 22000 DO. DO SIX MONTHS . ..... 116 01) DO. DO. THREE MONTHS.... ...... .. 110 00 FIRST PAGE RATES, ONE SQUARE, OVER TWO WIDE COLUMNS: ONE YEAR $165.08 TWO SQUARES, DO DO. ONE YEAR. 300 00 THREE SQUARES, DO. DO ONE YEAR 450,00 11
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::Jr.EX: FORMA.!(. M. J DOHAN. THOS. CARRCLL DOHAN, CARROLL & CO., TOBACCO tJonmission Merchants, 104 FRONT STREET, .J, 0. BOX 4365. NEW YORK Ager.ts for the followiug well-known and reliable Manufacturers: 1. PACE, W. J. YARBROUGH & SOliS, l'URPIIII a BRO., J. H. L J. GRANT & CO., L. H. FRAYSER a CO., T. W. PEMBERTOI, R. W. OLIVER, JOHI R. PACE a co., JOHN w I CARROLL, and others. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ORIG1NAL Oablc -Coil, Donne Bouche, 4s and 5s, Single and Double Thick. ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED JACK & BROWN DICK SMOKING TOBACCO: Large Stocks of Manufactured TQbacco of Every Description, Suitable for the Home Trade ad for Foreign Markets, a!GI-'TIIBD SIOIII& TOBACCO, ... t I : 7 BURLING SUP, NEW YORK. F. C. LINDL C. F. LINDE. C. C. HAMILToN. S. MARCOSO. R. ASHCROFT. :x NE""\V ""YORk sinulbF TOBAcco INSPECTION. SAMPLED. Certi4cates fer every cas e. aud delivered case by cue, as t o numbe r of Certificate. li. we Also Simple in -Own .,, F; 0. LINDE & CO., r "' Philadelphia B rranch-E: W. Dickerson, 139 N. 3d St. PRINCJ:PAJ, and 182 to 1811 Pearl Street. 'Vater) 74-, 76 78 Greenwich Streets, an1 Hudson River Rail R oad Depot, St, John'! .ftark G. REUSENS, & CO., BUYER OF TOBACCO INSPECTORS 0 B A C C 0, 1 78Yz Water 86 MOAD STREET, CA,SES RECEIVED AND ISSUED AS USUAL. JfEWYORK ESTABLISHED IN 1862. CHARLES FINKE, rF. & A. & co., INSPECTOR; lOBACCO INSP.RCTOBS 15 WATER N'evv T'o:rk.. Ordero !Cor Samplinll' in, the Coa':try .. CCUNTRY SAMPLING PROMPTLY AT-!)rOJnptiy atf!:nd C1. to. 'I'ENDED TO, :l.47 water street, NEw vo:R:a:: JONAS m:Tz, 6i NOBT:E FB.ONT STBEET. ALEXAN DI!:K J\IAITL;,NJJ. L. F S.114ACLEI:i0SE. ROBERT L. MAITLAND. ROBERT L. MAITLAND & CO., Tobacco aDd Cotton Factors=' And General Commission Merchants,l 43 DB.OAD SIJ!IIlJIII'l', :N::BW '2'0B.K. ADVANCEMENTS IIIADE ON CONSIGXJIIENTS TO LONDON AND LIVERPOOL. Agents for :M:essrs. CAMERON & Celebrated. Bnnds of Manufactured Tobae:o. -'"W<>LPlt .TROIIN GUIDO REITZENST'"" n. 1 GARTH, s oN & co & REITZENSTEIN. (Successors to CHARLas B. FALLEN>TKIN & Co.,) WMMISSION MERCHANTS, Commission Merchants, Ail;O DI!Al.BRS IN D 0 ME S TIC N(). 44 BROAD ST And lmport-ers of D. T. l FOREIGN NEW YORK. 1.16 FIJON';!.' STR; I!J]IJT,, l:l'EW YORE: r, QVIX & 00., SAWYER, WALLACE" .co., TOBACCO PAGTORS, .COMKlSSION KEltCHANTS, Western and Virginia leaf, No. 47 Broad Street, NEW YORK. W. TATG!NBORS'I'. "l'Q::SACCO .AND mm mwrr. 88 BROAD STREET, .. Nl!:'.'fYOJt :I'AT1\IAK & CO., 'Cotton and Tobacco Factors, .AND .COMMISSION' MERICHANTS, '[O & 7 2 BROAD ST. ; NEW YORK OTTINGER & i39 BROAD STREET, P 0. BOX :i,'10'1, NEW YORK TBIJMAS KINNICUTT1 DNTt1CIY and VIRGiliA Leaf Tobacco, No. 52 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. PRESCOTT BURBANK. GEO. P. NASH, BURBANK & NASH, TOBACCO AND smm .. g DB.OAD ST. X. '2'. A. H. CARDOZO, -KENTU.CKY.. :TOBACCO & COTTON FACTOK ILIAF AND 48 DB.OAD STB.. II::B'l' I General Commjy;on No. 88 BROAD STREET, N. Y, THE TOBACCO LEAF. WILL!Alil WICKE. A. R.ouu:a. WM. WICKE tc CO., 153, 155, 157 159 & 161 Goerck st., N'EW MATERIAL AID SliPERIIII Mill :Oealeril in Spanish ad German Cigar Ribbons. A. liEN. & CO., OF EDW'D HEN. 43 Liberty Street; (P.o. Box 3628) Ne'W IMPDRTHBS UP MHBBSCHAUM, BRIHB & CLAY PIPHS. SPECIALTY -OF-; SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Manufa,turers{ Agents for the sale of all Popular Brands of VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA & WESTERN Smoking. & Fine Cut Tobaccos. DEPOT FOR AGENTS. FOR I JOHN F. ALLEN &. CO.S BRANDS OF, SJ.IOlCING T:IBACCO AND CIGARI ETTES, Manu.f'actured FINE CUT, FAVORITE DARK NAVY; do do; Manu-taetured by Spaulding&:. Merrick. OLD GLORY; SWEET MORSEL do do; HONEY AND .PEACH BRIGHT NAVY; CHARM OF THE WEST; SWEET BURLEY; QUEEN BEE; TRUMPS; And all Popqlar Brands of FANCY and LIGHT PRI::SSED. WIG WAG; JB Pails and Barrels. BUGLE; E. T PILBINTON & GO.J S CELEBRATED II FRUITS FLOWERS ll "(10DONWEALTH ', < I CliOke,' all d'" '. lJ. SKOE.INC B;TPRIC E LISTS FURl'IISHED ON APPLICATION -FRANC IS s:PATENT IMPROVED TOBACCO CUTTER. d 'th I 1 k rklng npon inclined This improved for Tohbacc o 15t !.:f'c: is a oox with sides at bearings operabng w1lh a sltdmg s ear cu upon right anStes and bottom paralle l with uid knife. tobaccos can be cut in thei r hard state, without any cas1.-.g or any requires n o skill' to operate it i its construction is It kfM and difficult to disorder. ofthPRrCE OF MACHINE COMPLETE, with Press 1210 net cash, Office-141 West ::Sroacl"Way, N.Y N B .-The attention of manufacturers of Turkish, and all Fancy Tobaccos, Straight Cuts, Bright Leaf, etc., e!c., i! particularly called to t hJs Machme. APPLEBY HELME, MANUFACTURERS OF THE &AIL ROAD MILLS ccaboy Snuff, French Rappee Snuff, American Gent. Snuff, Scotch S Lundy Foot Snuff. roar VIR&iiiis OSiOiiiiGG TOBACco. Vie Rail Road, Our Choice, Colorado, 8 Q Uncle Tom, Navy _Clippings, Black Torn .. .t 33 Water anq. as Pine. Sts., N Y 8 APLLEBY. !or l'ri:e r.i&\ .A.ddresa or applf as above. GEO. w. AUG. 2 VIRGINIA .MARTIN & r bca. COMMISSION MER-cHANTS, No. 79 Front New York. EUGBIB DU BOIS, A PARKEB. ROSS H HOLMES "COLTP ARK'ii,UHOLiES"&'i. CODISSIOIIKBCJUNT, Manufacturers of the Celebrated 'I 5 PB.OXT S'l'JILBJI IJ!I' NERVE NEW YORK And other Brands o FOX, DlLLS & CO., Chewiltg an.d Sm_oking Tobacci>Sj Importers of SPANISH &3. 65 &; G'7 Je:eronAve .. :DETROIT, HICH. The NERVE Is sold by First-class Dealers ltroughout the United States, and we claim it (O be the "BEST" F(NB-CUT TOBACCO that caa The Wholesale Trade a Specialty. HElmY W 'ULSTEIN, SUCCESSOR TO iorgfeldt & Deghuet1 PATENT TOBACCO IACHINHRY, 67 Thira Av.enue, NEW YORK. Const > ntl y on hand the Best Improved Hand Steam Machines for Cuttmg and Tobacco. AND PACKERS OF SEED LEAF TQBCCOS 1'I5 WAT::BB. S'l'B::B::B'l', NEW YORK, .ALL KINDS OF SKBD LEAP TOBACCO. 142 WATER ST., NEW YORK. u-Pac kimg House in New Milford. Conn. W. SCROVERLING & CO, DEMELB:UG a: co., 160 PEARL ST., NEW YoRK. J. D. DE:DLBJ:BG .t CO., BALTIMORE, Mit. XBEDLBEB.G, SCRAEFD & CO., NEW ORLEANS, LA.' !UKELBERG .t .CO., LouiSVILLE, K v.: TIIBAttO WALTER FRtEDMAN 8 FREISE, FALLENSTEIN. & SON,. REYNES BROTHERS & co.,' I IMPORTERS OF TOBACCO_ COMMISSION Mere hants, HAVANA TOBACCO 48 & 48. ::Bxchange rlace, 20 3 Pear1 Street, N e"""" York.. NE,W YORK. JAS. M. GARDINER,. TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANT, CBA.S. F. T JtG & SOl, of SPANISH and Deal .. sln all klnda of : S4 Front Street, Ne'W York, LEA. F TOBACCO, 184 Front Street, IS RECEIVING DIRECT FROM VIRGINIA CONSIGNMENTS OF KBW -MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. Export Oraers for Plug Tobacco Promptly Filled. G. SCHLEGEL, PO BOX5nSO. WILLIAM M. PRICE, LEAF TOBACCO, 119 MAIDEN LANE, New York. EST.A:BLXS:IIED 1822. "COPEIHAGBN SNUFF," Manufactured only by WEYMAN BROTH>ER, Secured hv 26, x86s. An on ourcopyr1ght wdl be riS'Of'Ouuly pros SNUFF, every grade o f WEYMAN & BRO,. '79 & 81 Smithfield Street. Pittsbur gh, Pe.. TOBACCO POUCH MOUTH PIECES. Hifta Team POUCH Out o the Poorest TOBACCO Can be easH;r Attached or D etaehed. 0 P&TENTEE AND PROPRIETOR, B.JIIORAHAN,365HoytSt.,Brookll ',N.Y. B.. Z::BJ.J.IIKB.Av MANUEACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF MUSLIN. AND LINEN TOBACCO BAGS, 202 East Seventyflfth St., New York, Orden promptly O&ttennt, AND DKALKR IN ALL KINDS .OF LEAF TOBACCO, 1 '7S Pea,z:l Street, Set. & Cedar, NEW YORK. N. LAOHENBRUCB & BRO., No. 164 Water Street, New York, WHOLBSALB DEALERS IK HAVANA & DOMESTIC Lea:f M. OPPENHEIMER & BRO. DEALERS IN VEGA It, BERNHEIM sEED, LEAF uo H avua IMPORTERSOF TOBACCO, HAVANA TOBACCO 138_ WATER STREET, Aln.CI. OZG.A.B..S.. NEW YORK.. !S"' !'E&B.L STBEET. NEW YO!tlt. F MIRANDA .J}_ co Lithographer, Printer and Manu-, gc {actme1 ot IMPORTERS OF CIQAR AND TOBACCO LABELS, CHABLIS A. WULFP, BAVAIJ. LJJ.F TOBACCO AND oF THR BRAND oF Patent Transparent Crystal Glass and CICARS "RITICA," s:rcxs, 222 Pearl St. New York. 61 c:a.a;th.a.D1 &1::ree1: BASCH &. FISCHER, IMPORTERS OF HAVANA. SBHD LHAPCKTOOB A c c D' 155 Water St., Nearll:a.idenLane, NEW YORK. RIVERA & GARCIA, Manulacturen of CIGARS, And Importen of HAVANA LEAF TOBACCIJ '71 Kaide:a. X.a.:a.e, N. T.

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THE TOBACCO-LEAF. SCRRODBit a BON; 178 WATER STREET NEW YORK, :i=i0:PoTEB.a. o:r &P.A.:NDDJ: PACKERS OF DOMESTIC CEDAR WOOD, LEAF T0BACCO I I" 295 & MQnr.oe St., Importers of and Dealers in NEW YORK. TBI &IBIAI BAll, ...-.. ..... .. BR.O.&.DW AY, c o r. Cedar St. :NEW YORK. PACKER, MERCHANT .&.ncf. Wholeaal e Dealer J LEAF Cop,tal -$1,000,000. Every facility a fforded to Dealers a n d Correspondents aao PEAB.L N'EW TO:a.E. consistent with Sound Banting. H. ROCHOLL, President. 191 Pearl Street, New York WM BATJER. tc :a: A 'V A N A CODISSION' KERCliANTS & IK:POltTERS CF WASSERVQGEL, liEINBACH & CO., G-ENEJB.AX.. .SBBD LBAPLETONBAGCO, C::I.a..y P40" Ill PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. 7,7 W A 'l'Z:S. ST., llif::S:W 9!1 K&in S t., Cii!Citmat.i, 0 STORM, MANUFACTURERS._ OF CIGARS, AN]) DEALERS IN LEAF 178 &. 1 SO PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. Com.missionMerchaJt ts : No. 4 Street, 'CHICAGO. i,. Licoriee Paste, LOBENSTEIN & GAlS, -SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS O F THE GENUINE W.&M. E .t B. FRIEND & CO., Importers and Dealers ln. LE' A f011A.ceo, 129 Matden Lane.; GIGAR. MOULDS, P R E SSES, STRAPS. & CUTTERS, WISE & BENDBEIM, 106 Cll:ADERS STBEET, and 121 BOWEB:!; SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WELL-KNOWN -POWDERE!;}UCORlGE, GUM ARABIC, OLIVE Ofl, OTTO ROSEi,. .. Tonqua Beans, Importer s of German a.nd. 'Sparush C i gar Ribbons, NO. 101 MAIDEN LANE, l'iEW YORK. And all other lVa:tia ls for Flav or ing used by Man u fact ure rs, including the 6nesit-B.. T. P AUCETT a 00/S _Essential Oils. W H. Schieffelin & Co. NO.UEXCHANGEPLACE,N.Y KAUFMANN BROS. & BONDY PAVOBITB Dm!l 170 ad 1 7 2 WILLIAM S'I'UE'I', NEW YOX:r. TO::EJAOOO, ALIIO JOBBERS II[ ALL KIJIDS Oil' VIRGINIA &. l'fOilTH OAROLINA. PLUG AJID IUIOKil'IIG. TOBACCOS. Draw BIIIsofEchangeonth e prln clpa l cities orEu ..... .... NUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGAR rope iuue Circular Letters of Credi t t o Travelen, an4l rfr.ant Commercial Credits ; receive M!lney.o o D.e-a-U, subject to Sirht Checks, upou WhiCh mtereltt 12"" ... 131 CB. As-'11!11'1!1-, -w -o.-. -Willbeallowecl;paypartlculoratteutloutothe Negotl Ulo ,..&I A -ldior o{ LoaAS. J. SCHMITT & CO. Sheet Metal Moulds Thls 1! the r:mly Mould s u :tahle for the Man.ufac ture of Fine Havana Cigars.. L af ..,.obacco ;, we ll kuown to be the best preserv<.bv e e -..;.& :f FINE.CIG.AES ISIL B OWERY N E W YORK. 0 LEAF TOBACCO, A.. & F. B ROWN, MANUFACTURERS OF n CUT HillE &. co.' 125 & 127 BROOME ST. NEW MANUFACTURER OF T H E C E L B RATED BRANDS OF 226 Front street. COPE'S TOBAO CO PLANT FJ.D.e-cut COMMISSION Oneida Chief and Sunset .. CIGAR MOULD PRESSES & STRAPa Cfuai' Cutters & all utner M achinery for Mannfactnrin! Ci[au A MONTHLY JOURNA L FOR SMOKE RS. SCHAAP tc PUBLISHED AT llo. 1 0 LOR D N E LSON STREET, LIVERPOOL, EN&UIID, kets. TOBA C C O PACKED I N FrieS', Two Shillings (Eng lish ) per Annum. T 0 b a c c 0 B .. r 0 k e r s' AHNER & DEHLSJ Whe1e Subscriptions may addr essed or to 'THE TOBACCO LEAF" OFFICE. LEAP "TOBACCO 1SO Jle&Z'l St [CINCINNA'I'I 1 II! ., ,oam. KAKtJFAcTtrRERs oF NEw YoRx, Agen .... for the Renowned KJCIIASL AHMSa,} NEW Y 'ORK t. JOHLBDBRIR & FISCHEL. CIL CIL I1 C.. GRAND POINT St. Jamr s La PERIQUE TOBA'COO, F L AV I R And Corn Husk Cigarettes. C 1 G I R I Also. Dealer i n 'Fine Havana ancr Domestic Cigars. es West YOB.E. iMPORTER S OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS. 57, 59 & 61 Lewi s St. bet. Del a ncey and Rivington NEW YORK. G911 HEPPENHEIMER & MAURER" Practle&l. L:L"th.o&ra.p:h.er: ENCRAVERSAND PRINTERS,: BY STEAM POWER AJID HAND PRES!!ES. :qfactn r ers pal'ticuiar!y .tl ., NEW YORK. N LX p E. G-X Lit. 0 y. or Pric eo. Harana & Loaf Tobacco. I H C"RK & BROTtn'l) AU Cigars and Tobacco Kanufachred by us are of CALIFOlni u LEAF, SEND FOR PJUCEs. I JJ4 ,Ul!I.U. rl60 St., Y'ork. A. OATMAN cuRl: D By TH-E c u L p p 0 E 8 s. T .IN F'OIL.. moBACCO 'DROVERS .1. KASPROWICZ a BRO. IMPORTER O F b acco .J. CROOKE, Fine s e K 8 I A J KANUJ'ACTUJUUlS OJ' prices compe te wit h the bette r class o f Dom est1c C1gars MANUFACTURER "" C LABKSVILLE,Tean., PINE HAVANA CIGARS, H A v_ N TIN CAPS, HOPKINsviLLE, K,- -And Dealer m Domest1c DEPTH AND DELic.A.cv or n:A.vo:a tmStr:aPASSED, notLmG :m..Ls cnos.u a.na 1s3 ---------, PADUCAH, K;y, :233 Creenwlch Street, w hile they c ontain LESS N IC OTIN'E t h an tobacco cure d by any other known proces s MULBERRY STREETS. NEW YOI!.X. T ABEL If, ROBRJERG c '.,.:,-YOJUt;' 0 LHAP TOBACCO office Salesroom, No. :A. F e Manu;;l:;..ars. A. C. L. & 0. MEYER, And Branch Water St. New York. Flne Clgars In ..,. a Fore1gn &. Domestlc Woods, FoRwARDING A N D 166 Water Street, Exclusive l y for the .ro:anma TUDE, 183 MAIDEN LANE NEW YORK. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NEW YO.,.K. A n d Dealerm EGG IIARBOR C ITY, N.J. SPANISH CIGAR BOX C-EDAR -2 nEAVEn s T. NEw 1.-onK. M. S ALoMON, M ...,_ E SALOMON R. SALoMoN. LEAP TOBACCO, Branch Offlce1 171. PEARL ST., "' AddressbyPostP.O.BoxsiJ' .-..:: 2 1 B 0 WE R y 1'\Te--vcr 'Yor]&, A SpeclaHJ. paidtotheforwardingofTobacco. E. SPINGARN & co., PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, NEWYORK. r _____ ......___,.;,.. -J. SAN JU'LIAN. co., L. GE.RSHEL & BRO., HAVANA& nOMEST:cTOBACCO Havana Cia-ars. .. a HIAVAi A _. !l!.!L CIGARS, SEED "'LEAf' ToBACco, ss MAIDEN .. :.NE, N. ........ ..,..y STREET: Leaf Tobacco, 0 LABELQ v I:ICTORJES AT 484 BROAD STREET, IE\.IJARI 19.J PE.ABL STREET, "III'IIAWifL au&. .a..v.,.uUL ...... OPn<.,unr. .&. NEW YORK 88 Wall S t., AIWINCALDWELLN .J r..msKIILo :r. GOIIDJ:Z A oo., For Smoking and Manufactured Tobacco, aoc: v 41 ........;;--..........,=-o,-------S. G&RSHKL. toordK. NOWLINb, l'OUNGER & CO., I mpo rtersan:l?.bnufactumsof ;;"IJRNISHED B Y M H CLARK & BRO JULIAN AllEN, GERiriAK AND SCOTCH' A FREY BROS. & co. ., i and Havana Cla v Pi pes, THE HATCH LITHOGRAPHIC COIP NY, nflmTli' Clf!HlO 'anil W ii!Jivcthe lrpersoualatt e ntiou t o the ale a ucl pur t.X) .,.Sole Depot for ::a m Ull 1110 u J.llll& u LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS. citaM"' TO::aAooo, Heinri c h Goeb e l Sohne, 82 & 84 VESEY STREET, NEW YOBK, Dealers in Leaf Tobacco, Leaf Tobacco. N. v. BeDuin a rossalerode Pipes, AT GREATLY0REDUCED PRICES. 172 Water Street, 12st Maiden J.aue. Bl'. "2'. 4.4: Veeew Street. New York OLABKSVILLE, TJJNN, /

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Philadelphia & CO., BIIW()DIOIU TO STEINER, SIIIITH BROS, otr. KNECHT, BEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF TOBACCO_ g AlfD lii.Alf11FACTUBEB.S OF AJrD DEALERS Ill CIGARS. 131 Korth Third Street, Pb.iladelphia. BROS., Cemmfsslcm Met"chants, md Wholesale Dealers in Po:reiBD and Domestic Leal" Tobacco, 117 North Third Street, Philadelphia. L. BAMBERGER & CO., ATHAN & CO., Packers; Commission Merchants AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, No. 220 North Third sit., Philadelphia. W. EIRENLOHR & CO., PACK.ll{S AND WHOLF;SALE DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, :tt5 11. WATER ST., PHILADELP.RIA., .SO 18 llfJIUTH SECOND ST., ST. LOYIS. W EISENLOHR, S. W. CLARK. PHIL. BONN. A NEW DEPARTURE! by t JAME:s ; DALEY-tc CO., KB'Il\Jl&ST OOB.JfEB. TJIIlU) AJfD RAVE STR.EET& PHILADELPHIA All kiads oiLeaf Tobaci::" o Re-aeleeted and Re-packed in cases, ranging from 30 to_ 7o pounds, at Lowes rket l .,rice guaranteed actual weight and free from frost-bitten, uncured or rubb1sh leaf of any kind. 4Do Gener.'.t Supply Store of every article e:ouaected with the trade. X. B.-Drders fw small caes receive prompt attention. 1 MOORE a RAY, Pa.ckers, Commission Merchants & Dea.lers in SEED LEAF tc HAVANA TOBACCO, 3No. 35 North Water-st., Philadelphia. I. E. McDOWELL & CO., JULIUS VETTERLEIN & CO. TOBACCO Seed Leaf and General Commission Merchants, RAv 39 NORTH WATER ST., Philadelphia. "U.S. Solid Top CICAR MOULD," U"" Agents for the sale of all kinds of Manufac tured and Leaf Tobacco. ""a 135 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA. Pa. T H E 'l 0 B A C C 0 LEA F. Baltimore Adverlisemea.ts. "WM. A. BOYD & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN lmP!CTDBD AID LI!P TOBACCO, CIAIIS, } 33 SOUTH ST., BALTIMORE. THOll. W. VROl!IER. L. "'VV. GUNTHER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND TOBACCO FACTOR, No; 9 &00'1"S GA"5r STBFJ.::&JT. -ll A r. IJ.IlM 0 1\ B M D. AUG. 2 HENRY BESUDIN, & IRO .-DEALER-IN EASTERI IDVERTISEIEITS. WESTERN ADVE.K'.l'J.b..ti.Ll.A.&1.!J. .&.o.-I CIAclnnati and Toledo Adverti&;;;;;,ta:-= --J--D-1-X--,--C-Q--e gc; "' Packer aad Dealer11 in cnmrnm : uu Dealers in LEAF TOBACCO, LEAF. TOBACCO, 217 STATE STIEET, HA.RTPORD COl'illo I 15 and I I 7 -West Front 8t., 1(.1. 163, &'165 Pearl Stret, Betwe e n Race .aad 'Elm, Wl\ WESTPHAL, CO!OIISSI05 ltEllCJU.lft, lOOl b a o c o, C Add LOUIS KROHN. LEOPOLD FEISS. MOSES t StatA St Hartford. CODll. Liberal Advancements Made Oil onSlinments to my ress. CEO. KERCK.H(JFF tc CO., -K,...IOBU (lEISS co 1 Packers of Saaci Leaf n f ., OONNEOTICUTSEED LEAP AND DEALERS IN SPANISH TOBACGOS, MANUFACTURERS OF 49 South (:lharles St., Baltimore, Md. No. 134 MAIN STREET, GEO. KERCKHOFF. GEO. P. UNVERZAGT. Hartford, Conn. U&-188 F BECKER. BECKER c. BBROTIIERS,' .b. BECKE::: t4'0RMAN H UBRARD. 0. ltllla N ORMAN HUBBARD & CO., Paclten aod lo 'AND DEALERS IN PACKERS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND W AOLESALE IN Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, NO. 98 W. LOMBARD ST., BALTDIORE, MD Office and Salesroom, 126_. Vine Street: CONNIO'!'Ictrr SUD I.IA!' TOBACCO, HS STAR *l'B.JJIIIIJI, --. HART-FORD, ciNCINNA.TI, o. 25 SOUTH CALVERT ST. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AMBROSIA o&.O ei:oc,'" HOFFMAN, LEE A co., 12 COMMERCE STREET, w. G. MORRIS, TOBACCO WORKS. LVNClm'O'IG, VA. roBAcco BALTIMORE, !lid. Leaf Tobacco SPENCE BROTHERS & co., ---, ---ME_BCH.m'S, B:RO:K.EB., EA.::; s::::::..di!H2I&T. JSBOBYJJom,' ----------63 E:s:cha.nge Place, :Baltimore, Hcl. CommisslonandWholesaleDealersin OFFICE, 4 COLLEGE BUILDING. CINCINNATI, 0 0. nJlr D 0 H A N & T A I T T' H. E. KLEIN' WE authorize SIGHT DRAFT for amount of TAX, T ........ AND Ana 71 West '1!1..-..J. St., .. ati, Toba.cco ..... f. A. PRAGUE, No. .;!,REET, An! Importer or Choice :Brr.n4a or p. A. ALBRECHT. .lND CIG.UIS, BENR. y MEYE_R, IF Gives Special Attention to :Srlght Wrappel'll; 1 0'1 ARCH STREET' JIA V Al,q' A CICAE.S Who esale Dealer in 11 II E :o:ehaage Plaee, BALTIMORE. (lOIDIISSIOlf liiEB.(lH.ANTr LEAF TOBACCO and iilmokers, "'-_... Philadelphia, OFFICE AND SALESROOM, L f T b And Wlloleul Dealer in,. INSPECTOR 1lo E. COR. 4th aad CHESTNUT liTS., ea 0 acco w DRESEL co 0 H I 0 !': c 0 N N E c TIc u T PHILADELPHIA. AND CICARS, CINCINNA_TI, OHIO. BATCHELOR BROS I ., TOBACCO j M. WISa, Danville, Va. P. WtiiS. Richmond. I J J ADS 1.. & .PEYTON WISE. COlQIISSION KERCRANTS: "PECULIAR" MICHAEL WARTMAN & SQN, 16SFll.EDERICKST BALTUIORE. 87 'GAY STREET, 48. :Front C I C A R Commission 'I!!.AL'mKOU, KD., D,. E. MOSBLY, Forand. WHOLESALE DEALERS In' 3. :Z, Wlilil'fCE, To B A_ c c Q P' o r the l'urchase of LEAF TOBACCO. DEALER IN BAVAl{A &. F. W. DO.HRMA.NN,. LIAF AID Tobacco Shipping comssmN DRCH.m& __ ..;;;;;;;;. __ P-HI-LA-DE-LP-HIA....;. o z a-A :a a. AND LEAP TOBACCO BROKER. 18 NOR 'I'll FJ:FTH ST., and S. W. Ce c ,, 'L, t LEAF TOBACCOS .ldclress u at lichmond or Dauville, Va., As you may wish to buy in tile one or the other market WM. E. DIBRELL, WILLS &. ROBERTS, WATER aad ARCH STS., ommlSSlQn PHILADELPRXA. Pa, Manufacturers of Cigars, J'OSIPB WALLACE. And Dealers ln to COOPER & W' AL.E.R. tODI&Tim'f Lill Maoufacturero o! ,. & '8 ST. OHARI,q ST., l!l.W., eor. LoDlhard St BALTIMORE. I!ID, MERFELD & KEMPER, PACKERS OF A. R. FOUGERAY. N 0. BUilGl SEt.IRSocEhes&ter,BNR. Yo : LH. TOJIPCO uorn TOBACCO o. BOX 2733. Jlr Jib IUU,. I 141:10 CU7 su-a.t MANUFACTURERS AGENT. F. w. SMYTHE & co .s-rE:AM: RICHMOND. vA. OoJ:l.D.eouou't Seed. THTRD STREET., Gl!RA.RD AVE SNUFF and SMOKING TBBAG.CD. Philadelphia, Pa. 668,.670 and 672 North Eleventh Sl, pRJT,A'Dl!li.PHJA. IILDEBRAND & KLINIENBERI, Kanufactarers of and Dealers I a T, J 0 U N N & C 0, Ancl Wb>l.ale Deolen ID :Ea.va.na. and Ya.i'a. Tobaccos, 1 1 7 Lombard Street, BALTUIORE. liD. 33 ;A. CIGAR Box FACToRY. [_A: W NiJLTINB'S 1 ; .. successor to A. W. Nolting, PINK &l&ARS, 1 : .. lo.lllortlllthSt,, lercha.nts, J._ VIRCINIA .. SMOKINC TOBACCOS. And 202 Chestnut Cfilce: S. W.ICor. 15th and Vine Streets, I L 0 N E J A C K 1 AN D B R 0 W N D I C K PHILADEL..PHIA. PHILADELPHIA. ( V J. RIBALDO SAlfK: &. CO. TOB)l.CCO, GENERAL CODISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 31 North Water Street .SO No. 30 North Delaware' J, illnaldo Sank.} Wm M. Abbey. Philadelphia. Joseph Brooke. I JOHN B. BElL & 00.5 Lea.f Toba.cco War'ehouse, FULL LINES or CIGARS AlWD IIIA.ll11 FACTURED TOBACCO, 531 South 2d Street, .. PHILADELPHIA. -. -I IIBILo -:,-1-l Sorver, Cook .A P ACXERS, COMKISSION And Wholesale Dealen in LEAF TOBACCO, lOS K. WAIJ.IBB BIIJI.j PHILAD&LPHIA.. Manufactory, 12th Street, tyncuburg, a. A. M. FRECBIE, Orden respectfully solicited and promptly attended ta. H Price sent o n apphcabon. MANUFACTURER OF THE "ECO N 0 IVII S .T" :Sra.nci of Cigars, AND DEAL-ER IN LEAF" 64N. FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. A. H. THEOBALD, MANUFACTURER OF FINE CICARS, AND DEALER IN Spanish and Domestic Tobacco, N. W. eor. 34 & Poplar Sto Philadelphia, G. W. HICKJ![Al'f, EDW'D T. li(EGRAW. J. A. MORTON. B!NIBI TOBACCO PACTORY. HICKMAN, MEGRAW & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLUG, CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACGOS, Nos. 212, 214, 216 and 218 CARTER STREET, ( PIIII.ADBI.PBIAi Pa. IJIITEII tiGAII JOHN J. LUDY, GEO. W, EDWARDS & GO,, Manufa cturer of the Celcbl"&ted T. J. DUNN cf CO., Props., S '[ d L'ttl W d DEALERS JN s. w. ()or. Fifteenth and Vb.e Streeta, nnnysi fl an I e an erer LIAP TOBACCO & CI&ABS, The .,, KINIJ TOBACCO 8ft Nort' h Front Street e -Pri'ce of Ciprs maoalactured at thlo factory lent NAVY & SMD iil5 on Forelgu and Key Weat reoda at lm _.., ,;.___ uUiu.at>cttucn' pricea. .__._, 523 & 525 SO'O"l'B: ZOt.'l S'l', PmlA. 10 NORT:-1 JOHN STREET, CLAY LIVERPOOL. ENGL.&ND. CINCINXATI, O, St Louia and Louisville Advertisements. BEL VINr & co., t & l nomTZill & CO .. Importers of HAVANA CIGARS. malers and Merchants And Brokers in LEAF TOBACCO, Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, llll AND GENERAL !IIERCHANDISE, Cb.'ioe Brand of Imported licorice alwa.,.on band. 210 II S d St t St L 1 M Ll;,ral Cash advances made on Consignmen ts .. o. aeon ree ou o. __ .4. C 0 0 AND General. Commission Merchant, TOBAC<;o EXCHANGE, 'V"a. R. A. .lifiLLS, TOBACCO BROKER AND Commission 1\lercbant. Office i!'l Tobacco Exc:!U4'l;'Ji!, :Shockoe Slip, G. W. WICKS & CO., VON PHUL & LADD, for the Sale of --------LHAF TOBACCO BUYHRS, VIT[lllla, Missonri, and LB ROY BOPBR & SOil T 0 .ACCO J TOBJLG G 0 _. '""' doalernd rortcrswhich v:i l have careful 291 West Main Street COMMISSI aN MER CHANTS, Thmugh to pomts abroad St: I cured at !owe;t rates. LOU IS VILLE, Ky. GEO. w WICKS. )r. FUREY. 41'BUBSBVB.CI, VA. Five :Brothers Tobacco Works J. E. HAY JOHN FINZER. BEN. F!NZER, FRED. FINZER RUDOLPH FINZER, NICHOLAS FINZER, DEALER I N WES7ERN John Finzer & Bros.," LE'AF ceo MANUFACTURERS OF I PI VI B R 0 S. NAVY'' 27 South Street TOBACCO, O!Bee & SAlesroom, 19i & 196 JACO:S S'l'., St. LOUIS, lwao. LOUISVILLE, KY. J. H. PEMIBERTON. JAS. G. PENN. PEMBERTON A PENN, Tobacc:o Commission Merchants With a long expo ienct in th e businns offer their servires to fill 01de1s for L ea} (lj" Mantrfllclured Tobaccos PAJ\VILLE, VA..

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J. AUG. 2 THE T 0 B A C C 0 LEAF. 7 SUTRO de NEWMARK, KAl'ftTF..&.C'1'11BiZS OF OJ: GARS:. AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, PARK PLACE, NEW YORK. KERBS &. SPlESS, Manufacturers of Fine Cigars, aDd DealeJ!IS ln LBAP IIJ.IIOB.A.OOO, ADoLPH KERBS. 35 Bowery' New york. Lours SPIESS, Jl. IL FOSTER. liD. HILSON. RUDOLPH WYMAl'l RELIANCE C ii&AR IANUPACTORY. FOSTER, HILSON i, CO., Too TRUE-Trying to do business without advert.ising, is like winking at a prettv girl in the dark. You may know what you are doing but nobody else does. THE LATEST.-The Kansas City Timtts says: "There was no preaching in this tow n last Sunday, and in of a practical joke perpetrated by a lively young girl. The young girl, inspired by the world ; the flesh, and a little devil mixed, sat down late on Saturday evening, and sent a note to each of the pastors. The missives were on tinted paper, and written nicely. They each contained these words: All is discoveredfly.' Nine of the fled t-> St. Louis, anJ three went \Vest." SEEKING TO BE TRUSTED. -According to the Union, a Schenectady boy prJ.nced up to his mother yesterday and said: "Ma, hain't I been good since I bec:an to go to Suflday school?" Yes, my lamb,'' answered the mater n al, fondly. "And you trust me now, don't you rna?" 'Yes darling," she replied again "Then," spoke u p the little innocent, "what makes you kP.ep the cookies locked up in the pantry the same as ever?" A strange loo k entered the mother's eye as she endeavored to solve her little son's deep ness with the heel end of her slirper. MARY: HAD A LITTLEHoBBV.-Marv Clemmer Ames, complai n s that smok ing is done in the Chamber o[ the House of Represen tives, and that the spitting of tobacco juice on the car .. pet is common. "The pale blue carpet," she says, in the 77 .t 79 CK.AlmEBS S'l'. 3 Doors West of llroad1r11, N. MANUFACTURERS OF Fine AND SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE PATENTED WILLOW CIGAR BOX. Y., Indttjmdmt," is about as soiled as a stable floor. I walked through it, when it was empty, the other morn ing, and was astl)nished, not at the number of spittoons j -. EDWARD SAMUELSON tc CO., 62 DALE STREET, Lrverpool, .. HER J!(A.JJCSTYS ADJIIR.ALTY,) .f ; CHARLES S. HAWES, PACKER AND DEALER IN Fine Connecticut Seed Leaf, 118 MAIDEN I.Al'OI, T'c::>rk. E. V. :EA. WES, Briageport, Conn. FOR SALE. 320 Cases of l.ood PennsJIYanla Seed Leaf Tobacco, Bv JOHN DETWiLER, &. LICHTENSTEIN & BROtHER, MANUFACTURERS OF THE "ELK" and u ONWARD" CICARS, And. Dealer-s in LEAF TOllAOCO, Nos. 34 and Bowery, NEW YORK. ::au AT EAST PROSPECT, YORK C 'O., PA. It can be seen hyapplyt n!f to Samuel Kocher, Cigar T I B!CCO LEAP p, about fiye mile.aouth of WriabbvLlh:. INDIAN HAVANAHS, Price 15 Dollars per 1,000 in London, in Bond. These Cigau. are neatly roUt:tl in Havana h pattern, are well flav ored, and are made on tht: pro:mise s by Kl:SSRS. CAM?SELL tJ 00., Wo:ks, Dbdlgul, Xaa=as l'residen::y, Indie., From Tobaoco g rown and cured uuc1eT th4eir .. wn These Ctg;;r s ate favorahly kr l n\\ n in fndi1a.. AGENT:i-M.t::,SR.,, F. :S. PlOWRlGH'l & CO 41 Basin.l{hall Strett Londo11, E. C 7 5.-Havan::th P"tttrn Wf"hthinq t6:; In 01 lb. di Uol.Lar-s per r. ooo. f rt!e in Bond,. in Gt. Britain, KEYS!OIB CLAY TOBACCO PIPE WO-RKS. JIAN1JFACTURII:RS OF FllliiT-CLASS C:J..-,y :P>_,, PENINGTON, PRICE & CO., STi OCU'O n'i ffrPASit:: SPBISH LIRUOBICit TIJBIISI LIIUOBICR TRJI t1l'IDERSIGNED COl'fTI.JnlES '1'0 UIPORT A:ND JIANlJFACTlJRE PURE SPAl'fiSH AND Tll'RKEY LIQ110.1CII: OF Ul'IIFOB.II Q.UALITY AND GUARANTEED TO GIVIIl IATISFAC::TIOliTOEVSRY TOBACCO JIANUFAC::Tl!RER USING THE SAlliE. THB OLD FAVOB.ITJII BRAND OFJ, C, -y Ca. IS ALWAYS READY FOR DIBLIVBRT AT THE SHORTEST IIOTICE, ALSO A. Q. c., P, <>AND HJ!J OTHER BRANDS OF TVllKIIH PASTE, ALL OF WHICH .A.RJC GIVI:'(G l'SC::REASED IATIIFACI'IOII, AS IIIIT.AIIC::ED BY THill BAPIDLT GB.OWIIIG DEJl.UID AND Ell 'l'IRE AII811:1'1C::E OF OOliiPL..Ul'ITII. CAUTION. -It having come to my knowledl'e that, in eeTerai J11 atancet, Liquorice Paste fa lsel y tepresented as being" of my manufacture has been ofFered for sale by parties to 1uJt their own purpoaea, wbo have no to .. n my brenda, the present serves to CAUTION Tobacco Manufacturers qaiost the same and to aive ootlce that every case of my manufa.c ture win be branded with my Trade-Mark, acquired under the laws of the United States, and any unprin cipted perooa coanterfeitin&' thi a Trade-Mult will be ril'orouJy prosecuted ... JAMES C. McANDREW, 8& WV.&TBB. STB.BBT. but that they had rarely been used; that tobacco quids stained the delicate tints of the carpet, and that the piles of debris had been swept into the corners. A nastier place would be diffi cult to imagine. Even the outside porticos and steps are furnished with these suitable receptacles in yaiH, while the entire surface of the steps of the great marble wings are a disgrace to the nation The marble reeks with tobacco excrescnces from beginning to end, and is discol ored from top t o bottom.'' A FRENCH CRITIC ON AMERICAN LIVING-The de fects I have pointed out in your ho!el management, says a wnter in the August Galaxy, uggest their own cu re, and to the carefu l con sidera tion of your people I would submit the follow ; ng observations :-In the first place,vourbreakfast is a mis take. Usually, immediately after you rise from your beds y o u partake of a heavy meal of steaks or chops, garnished with potatoes, followed by three or four eggs a n d surmounted by hot rolls and buckwheat cakes. The di gestive organs, of a healthy person are not now in a con dition to receive such a meal. Not tiil two or three hours after one has awakened do they recover from the aoathy which sleep produces: In France, Germany, Italy, in civilized countries in the East throughout the West Indies, aruong the English, Spanish and French Creole8, this law of our nature is recognized and respected. You may be less prejudiced against my suggestiOns if I furnish you witil illustrations from a col ony of Anglo-Saxon origin instead of French. Let me submit the mode of living among the white inhabitants of Barbadoes, which is sim iliar to that in of the Antilles. On rising a cup of coffee and biscuit (the equi valent to the cafe au fait a!ld roll of the French and Italian) then a bath, then the mates of the family proceed to their pl"'ces of business, usual!v about seven A. M. and at this hour profession als, merchants and bankers may be found at their offices; at about ten A. M. a large portion of therr duties for the day are performed. The letters are read and answer ed. So -much responsibility is 1 emoved from the ir n1inds that they are now in a fit condition to digest a sub stantial meal. They now re turn to their homes for break fast, when they partake of fish and chops, accompanied by the inevitable rice, andfol lowed by fruit, the whole washed down with claret or bitter ale, and a cup oftea or coffee after the meal. The n!lxt and last meal for the NEW YORK. .._ I.> day is dinner. This is usually / taken between five and seven. And if possible this meal should be taken alter the day's work is over. You will eventually become a nation 9f dyspeptics if your men of business will persist in dming in the midst of their hours of business, and refuse themselves sufficient t im e to masticate and digest what they eat. [ Conti,ued froM Tllird Pagtt.] warded turns out IDQre or less cases. Our growers are busy cleaning their g10wing crop, which is now growing rapidly, or as a party remarked to me the tobacco was growing so fast you could hear it "crack." I hope it may continue to grow, and make as good a crop as ever was grown in Ohio. PADUCAH, KY., 'July M. H. Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report :-Receipts since last reporr, 575 hhds; to date, r7,769 hhd!;. Sales, 592 khds; to date, 17,609 hhds. Rejections for the week, 71 hhds. Country fpecu!ators were free buyers through out the week, and our market was excited and irregular with an advance of about on lugs and I@r on leaf. W:e quote:-Common lugs, medium to good lugs, common le af, 9@t1; medium leaf, u@r3; good leaf, IJ'@IS; fine and selections, I5Yz@ I8. The weather during the ptst week has been dry and extremely warm, and plan ter$ bring in more gloomy reports regarding the crop. PHILADELPHIA, 'July 31.-Mr. A. R. Fougeray, Manufacturers' Agent, rerorts :-That while busines in the aggregate. is exceedingly limited among some of o ur principal there is still a strong disposition evinced to pick up and take hold of old reliable firstc!ass:Ma;;ufactured Hard 7 obacC(Js, for the reason that the belief has become general, and intelligently understood, that it w1ll be impossible for n.anufacturers to make new good; and pay the price of raw material at the breaks, and have them sold at the present low figures without a deterioration of some kind in the manipulation of the manufactured material hence; dealers feel a confidence in purchasing that what they know all about and are disposed to buy, notwithstanding the business being re, on account of suffering more or less by important fact that these times more especially require, E"port tax.________ sc. Duty ___________ __ soc. drouth, but still the majority of acreage looks very and they must have, goods which will give satisfaction DutY------------35c. Expenses-----sc. promising. Some farm ers say their tobacco wi!l and please an exceedingly fastidious smoking public. Allowance of stems._ 22c. not do at all, on account of being limed and manured New leaf continues to rrieet with favor and is con-Expenses.--.------roc. f,r.oo. heavily in the spring and plowed under, ana not getting stantly inquired after, while exports are fully up the moistu're in sufficient quantity to start the plants. to a general average ; for example :-To Liver$I.22 However, to-day and all of yesterday we have the first pool, via steamer Illinois of the American line This estimate shows that the importer of scraps has settled rain of the season. It is raimng splendidly, aad of Western and Virginia leaf, .329,280 Jbs. To an item of 22, cents per pound in his favor aad against will without doubt soak through to reach lime and Barbadoes, via brig Glance, of Pennsylvania and Westthe importer of leaf tobacco. mamrre, when you will be surprised to hear long ern leaf, 15,083 Ibs-with receipts of 293 cases Connec-To cigar manufacture.rs it might be an advantage to how promising the tobacco crop of I876 will be. Some ti-C1lt, 275 do Pennsylvania, 72 do Ohio. so do \ 1 'sconk f db patches-but very few of them-have what we term slut rna e an apparent savtng o 22 cents per poun y um the Grocer and Prov ision Dealer. J The transactions were 1,84 3 hhds, 2 oo trcs, and 24 boxes. leaf scraps would also rapidly accumulate, to the further The. tolal value of exports of the port of Ba\ti1 continue my quotations :-Lugs, 7 @ 9 c; common to detriment of the general cigar interest. more for the six months ending June 30 I876, has been medium leaf, 8@uc; good leaf, 12@I4c; fine, IS@t6c, $r8,6r3,r44, a gain of $4,442,630 o ver the same period extra 17@r8c. The above prices are for shippiog grades NEW REDEMPTION oF STAMPS.-Office of of last ye ar. This is a gratifying result in the sum; it is and embrace all grades, from common lugs to fine comisioner of Internal Revenue, Washington, D. C., July 12, still more gratifying when we come to analyse the de nential and English shipping. Manufacturing lugs are I876-The act approved July I2, entitled" An act rehtail. The corn export has jumped from 4,716,293 bush worth from 7@roc; common leaf, 8@uc; good 12@,4c; tive to the redemption of unused stamps," rrovides els to 11,937 bushels, ani! this is l'robably a perma fine, I$@I8c; extra bright fillers and smokers, 2o, ,5 @ "that the fourteenth section e>f the act passed February nen t gain. It has certainly seemed so formidable as to Joc; extra black wrappers, r8@2oc Bright wrappers 8, 1875, entitled An act to amend existing customs and force the New York trunk-lines to sa. crifice their profits are worth from 15@8sc, according to quality; mahogany internal revenue laws, and for other J1urpeses,' be, and upon the altar of cutthroat competition, to which the wrappers, rs@6oc. Transactions for the week, I,532 the same is hereby repealed; and allunused stamps Baltimore trunk lines have cheerfully and effectively hhds, 176 Ires, and 3 7 bxs. shall .be redeemed when properly presented, as was done responded. The exports of corn-meal have also nearly prior to the' passage of the aforesaid act: Provided, doubled but those of flour have just neld their own, ST. LOUIS, 'July 19.-Mr. J. E Haynes, Dealer in That from and alter the passage of this act no allowance while those of wheat have largely decreased. It seems Leaf Tobacco, reports I 374 against shall be made for documentary stamps, except those of to be the case that Baltimore is not yet a good market 1,013 the pr, evious. The markethas continued denomination of two cents, which, when presented for any but the local wheat crop, and that is by no strong for all descnpuons of lugs and leaf, and prices to the Commissioner of InternatRevenue, are not found means large enough for the domestic mills. Eventually have advanced for good and shipping grades of to be in the same condition as when issued by the Inwe will get our share of No. 2 Milwauke'l wheat, and leaf. There has been no reaction whatever in the ternal Revenue Departi'Dent, or, if so required by the then we wiil be in a position to export more largely. Tbe steady upward tendency of the market, and while bright said Commissioner, when the person presenting the same petroleum shipments have risen from I2,8IO,I90 to 17, and colory wrappers of medium quality have not shown can not satisfactorily trace the history thereof from their 849,59 8 gallons, of which Hamburg, Bremen, Stettin, the relative strength of other kinds, advices from Vir-issue to their presentation as aforesaid." Amsterdam .and Antwerp have taken I4,COO,OOO gallons, ginia are such that when these are effered unsatisfactory In accordance with the above provision of law, the France r,ooo,ooo, and Southern Europe 9oo,ooo. Great prices are promp t ly rejected. Speaking of Virginia topublic is hereby notified that the redemption of docu Britain has taken from us 6 ){millions of pounds ef oil. bacco, there are ad vices of advanced prices at Richmentary stamps will be resumed, subject to all the limicake, which finds its market here chiefly from Ohio. The mo11d, Lynchburg. Danville aud other Virginia marts, tations imposed by the act. same coun try has taken two million pounds of bacon, from the belier that not more than half an Stamps which are in the same condition as when issued and tvoo and one half m;llions of lard. Our total exports average crop can be made in Virginia and North Careby this Department may be forwarded to this office for of provisions are nearly double those of last year. The !ina, under the most favorable circumstances. In regard redemption or exchange. If for redemption, they must tobacco figures are particularly encouraging. The ex to the Western cfop, we learn that Keutucky is not in every case be accompanied by a claim, made out up o n ports of 'leaf are 28,929 hogsheads:, against 13,023 for likely to yield more than thiee-fourths of an average the form prescribed for that purpose, which will be furlast year, and the exports of manufactured tobacco have crop, and Tennessee more than one-half an average. nished upon application. very nearly doubleQ. Parties who have recently visited the tobacco-growing If the evidence is satisfactory to the amount or value, Of our exports, in value, Great Britain has taken regions of our own State say that, a large part of the af:er deducting the sum of five (5) per cent., as required nearly $Io,ooo,ooo; Germany, Holland and Belgium crop is in very feu! condition, and has grown but' little, by section 3.426, Statutes of the United States, $.s,soo,ooo; Brazil $t,3oo ,ooo; other ports in South and a good deal o th e crop is "freuching ''and<( butwill be refunded America and West Indies only a little over a million. toning." In some loc alities, wh((_re the plants have Stamps which the owner desires exchanged need not In a normal and rational state of trade our exports to been washed out, the crop has been abandoned, so that be accompanied by a claim, but a letter stating such deBrazil should equal those to Great Britain, and our exa the who'le for "the -8tate we can not have over threesire should invariably accompany the stamps. ports to the rest of South .A-merica and the West Indies fourths of a crop. Saks from Thurs?ay to yesterday The stamps should be transmitted at tqe r isk and exshould be $ro,ooo,ooo a year, measured simply by what inclusive. 289 lihds: 3 at Sr.ro@1.70 (scraps); 3 a: 3.10 pense of the owner. we buy there and wbat these regions buy abroaJ, and @3.8o; 1 8 at @4.90i 41 at 5@5.go; 39 at !)@6 9o; 34, It s h ould be distinctly understood that the limitations should be induced to buy here. It argues a sickly con at 7@7 9b; 40 at 8@8.90; 35 at 9@9.90 ; 28. at I o@ 10.7 s ; imposed by the act above quoted will under no circumditi,on of trade when Baltimore merchants continue to 23 at u@II.7Si 9 at 12@12.25 i 4 at I3@13.75; 5 at sta11ces be departed from, and it will be useless to forbuy coffee in Brazil and raw sugar in Cuba with ex r4@I4-.75; z at 15.75; 1 at 16.5o;_2 at 17@I7i I at ward stamps which have been canceled, or which are change on London, sending out their ships in ballast, 2 1.5o: 1 at 63 (fine Kentucky bright wrapper): and I9 not in every respect in the same condition as when iswhen they know that the Brazilian and Cubaq merchants bxs at $3.20@18.75 In the same time IS hhds were sued by this office. The abrasion of the gum upon .the at once proceed to convert the btlls he send them into passed, and bids were rejected on 8t hhds at $3.60@46, backs of stamps will be deemed such a change from the English merchanclise for sale ab home.. Of our flour and r box at 8.90. To day the were i11different, original condition as to necessitate their rejection by 144,958 barrels went to Brazil; 38,97I to West l'ndies; and quite irregular, a good deal out of condition, with this office, as required by the terms of the act. # tq British and I2,278 barrels to Great many small and the market was con sequently In all cases where stamps of larger denommatwns Bntam. \Ve are still able to send abroad quercitron quiet and easier: but lower bids were promptly than ho are presented, their history, from their issue staves, shooks and heads, and some lumber, but The rejected bids were large in proportion to the offerbv the Government to their presentation, should be rapid disappearance of our forests forbids us to look for Sales 75 hhds: 2 at $3.80@3o; 8 at 4@4o; 7 traced by means of sworn statements from each owner a long continuance of this source o!f revenue. For the t 5@5.90; 8 at' 6@6 .7o; II at 7 Io@7 9o; 7 at 8.10@through whose hands they have passed. present, and until our exports of manufactures largely 8.9o; IS at 9@9.8o; 4 at 1o@to.75; 4 at I 1.25@1 l. 75; Claims should invariably be sworn to, and the blanks we must look to grain, milling products, tobacco, 3 at r3@I3. 5o; I 16.5o; 3 2o@2o.so, :1 at 30@33; 7 therein should be carefully filled out, so far as the affiand for our chief exports. When bxs at 4.20@6. Btds were reJected on 43 hhds at $5@ ant is able to do so, but the date of purchase and name we have properly recufied our commerce tariff. cur '3 5 of person from whom purchased will not be insisted a?d navigation, we !flay expect to do bus-We lugs, common, $4.25@4o; upon. mess with the West Ind1es and South America in the factory lugs, fair to goocl, $4.75 @5.25; planters' Claims will be acted upon by this office in the order manufactures of wood, leather, paper, iron and fancy duk com01on to good, 4; planters' in which they are received, and in all cases as early afarticles. We should easily supply South America with br_ight to good, 5.oo@7.oo; inferior dark te.r their as the condition of the public business its machinery:. bridges, r!'-ilroad and things of this mtxed leaf, 6 .o o@7.oo ; common dark sh1pwill permu. H. C. ROGERS, sort, for wh1ch the demand w1ll soon be very large. ping ldf, 7o@8.so; mechum dark shipping leaf, Acting Commissiom:r. Brazil ,' the Argentine country, Pe1 u and Chili are all g.oo@1o'.5o; good dark shipping leaf, u.oo@u.oo; building very long trunk lines through regions the utgood red or brown do (supple II.50@12.5o; fine CAN'T PASS.-The :report of tl:e. M E. Conferencet most fertility, which when they have begun to open or brown do, IJ.oo@IS.co.; med1um red manufactur on the tobacco qyestion recommends conferences not wtll need feeding lines aggregating ten mg do, 9 @ I r.oo; good mediUm manufactu!mg do, 12 to pass candidates for the ministry who use the weed. Urnes thetr length. So also there is no visible reason @14; medium bright Missouri wrapping leai, 15 not be able to,o;upply the @2o; eood bnght, 25@35; fine do, 4o@65. Our REVENUE RI!TUBNS IN GREAT BRITAIN.-Unusua\ Amencan troptcs wuh bitter beers quite as good and quotations refer to full-weight hbds; light-weigl t packto the rev.enue returns for than Bass." All these things can be ages generally to SJ lower. 1 quarter endmg June 30, JUSt pubhshed. Of the tnme done, and bemg spen to enterprise, should be done ..

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. THE T .OBACCO--LEAF. AUG. 2 ,-t : Tobacoa Manufacturers. rrHOMAS HOYT I; CO" JIIANUFACT"GRERS Q!F Tqbacco 1\lr.J.nufact.urers. I LICORICE. JOHN AKDERSON & ,PASTE. >.tA..."lLFA<.'TURERS OF w .AJ:.I.IS .A CO. Slltll un wrnm TOBACCOS 114 nnd 116 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK, :Be.J _, direct t!>e attenti<>1l of tbe 111 T.-:co throoghol t the Unit ..... SU.tacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller lc Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing liir Al'l orders prom ptly executed. !UCHANAN &, LYALL, A OFFICE, 84 Broad street, New York, FACTORY, 10. 2 FIRST tiiSTRICT, SOUTH BROOkLYN, I Manufacturers of the follo,..log i--"' CELEBRATED BRAXDS 01' TOBAt#OO: WOB.KS. SUCCESSOR,; TO F. H. BISCHOFF, BALTIMORE, MD. Depot with F. Engelbach. 13 SIXTH A. VENUE, NEW YORK. TOBACCG BAGGING. IMITATION SPANISH LINEN, F ANOY STRIPES, And a1J Wo,da of Goode used for puttiP.I' up Smok.inaTobacco. Also, complete assort..mellt of Smokers' ArUdes for the Trade. IWWIBD SANGER & CO., 1015 & 107 CHA.MBEH8 8':1. NEW YORK. GIFFORD, SHERMAN & INNIS, 120 William StreetJ NEWYOlUt THE IMPROVED H .OWE SCALES, THE ONLY SCALE JIIAD:Il WITH Protected Bearings. PACE tc CO., GENERAL AGENTS, No. s Park Place, New York. S CALES REPAIRED. cb ::1\S:." 14 New York. JOSEPH & CO.J M .ANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF CIGAR RIBBONS. CO.NSTANTLY ON HANP A FULL ASSORTMENT AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Faetory: ,Sleeronm: WES:r t.litk ST., 4t.t. BROOJIIE ST. York. 'r$:)EA.CCOS Planet Na'7, n, "-' -41, !511 6e, ,a, Ss, gs, Sailor's Choce, u, }is, )o, ,.s, ss, 6s, 7'!1, 8'!1, 9$ 101. Ch&llenge, ltx:. I King Philip, "t .. .-F ORIGIN' AL FOB.. TEI"E O:J:GrA::R& C>F "J::'EI"E W.ubiogton, )io, > Grape and Apricot, Neptune, Double Thick. Unconquered, brt. drk. "ACME" FanCJ Brt. Monte Mltcholl, Po11mds, )larraganaett,_ Tec.......,b,_ Alexandra, P-1Eetabliabed .s59 GREEN SEAL". EL. MERITO FACTORY, AND OTHER CHOICE BRANDS OF Flounden, Gold 'Ban, :r.tmll!.SC:EA.W SMOltlNG TOBACCOS, ':'. WlLLlAM avea.ue.ut I'IAVID C.. LYALL. Cut from Vtrjfinia Plug. Kcmo! t CO., Sole Ag'ts, 3l Brolf.d, :Bostl11::. W. C. mmET, Sole ld:a.nufacturer, 74 Plae Street, New-York. Russian American Mfg. Co., & ]. A. Lukanin, S ole Agents in America for the EMINBNT FIRM of SAA.TCI-:LY & ... M:ANGOUBY, 01' IUSSIO CIGABHTTBS & TlJBKISH TOBACCO The ::1!"1D.-1: i:n 'the Po O. Box OFFICE, 53 BROA.DWA.Y, NEW YORK. HI&A.M \VALKER Prest. J f SAxroN, Sec'y and Treas. liiRAM GRANGER1 Supt. WALKBB, CO., MANUFACTURERS OF G-LOBE FINECUT CHEWING &SMOKINGi TOBACCOS, 31, 33 & 3 5 Atwater St., East, DETROIT, HICH. ESTABLISHED ISIS. K. C. BARKER &. .CO., Manufacturers ot the FINE-CUT TOBACCOS, EAGLE" ;o. S2 AND .. > Also a ll other grades of t" Fine-Cut a.nd Smoking 'l'oba.occa, ?"1 DETROIT, MICH. Aside from packing our "AMERICAN EAGLE" and "CLIPPER" in the usual. d&ed wo04tD packages, ao. 40 and 6olbtt., -Ne also ptlt both of these Jl'Tillde5 up ve11 nict-ly tn 0Ns OUNCB Tuc FoiL PAcKA9Es, .. acked in if and Jt1 Gross boJr:es. prices made to the Jobbing trade. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 23 College Pla.oe, Ne'W' Tork. ALL THE CIGA.RS OF TUE A.BOVE FA.C'l'ORY ARE CLEA.R HA.VA.NA. .ERNST REJALL. JULlUS BE CKER, REJALL & BECl:(EB, MANUFACTURERS OF AND IMPORTERS OF FRENCH BRIAR PIPES & SMOKERS' ARTICLES No. H Chambers MISCELI,A.NEOUS. .D1ISC.l;.LANEOUS. WM. DEMUTH & BO I Til& SOU MAJriUJI'A'"""'JtL'tl OP ,.....__ .._'" 200 r BRIAR AliD APPI.z.WOOB SQUARE, PIPES, WITH RBBBIR Bl!S, .Import.era of all kinds of Smokers' Articlll. SH9,W FIGURES, JN ME'l'AL ANTI WOOD, A SPECIALTY. '501 BROADWAY.' '-NE'W' YOBK.. UPTEGROVE & GEDNEY L DEALERS IN -WICD fiGIJ C1gar-Box Manufacturers, 465 to 475 .East Tenth Street, 183 to 161 COERCK ST.,' esh-.... And numerous other CELEBRATED. BRANDS of c ., 'FOBACOO. &(Van Ramdohr., HAVANA tc SEED LEAF TOE.A.ces (I) c: .c ::E 0 ;,Q 0 tI8g PEARL STREET, : NEW YORK. :&7 THIID AYEIUE, lEW YORI. .,. LIBERAL MADE ON Constantly on hand the Best Hand and Steam P. LORILLARD & GO.'S TOBACCO miFiCTOiJ;Tb-, Jersey O:l:ty_, Jersey .,. e i!:> OFFICES:-16, 18"" 0 CHAJIIBEJUI iTRBICT, JrB:W YORK, 01aest Tobacco House and Largest Tax Payers in U.S. This Factory Ia not escelleci by a.ny either 1n S_l.l., Appo.i-t., o r 1> Quallt of' Good. produced. For full descrlptton, see u N. Y. TOBACCO 1.EA F of Oc.t. 13, 18?5. We continue to offer choice brand of Bri&'llt D;:.k and grades of PLUG or M;'-N';!FACTURED TOBACCO; Superior FIN.ECUT CHEWING TOBA<:CO, varri>ua tlllds of SMOKI;.G as (or Kllltck.mct), and .and te Qualities of SNUfF, at the &Oit fatorable prices. A critk:al eumWatio.a of tllo coods Wltll the preducta of other factones InVIted A Pnce List malled upon application: I I I I : I i I I I CIGARETTE FACTORY OF J. BASCH & CO., a.t 135 Chatham Street;-Nei\r'York:


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