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

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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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' VOL. XIII.--NO. [ .. NEW WEDNESDA-Y, MAY 9, 1877. T WHOLE N(). 637 VLht lobaeto ltaf (ESTABLISHED 186 ) IS PUBLISHED IVEIY WEDNESDAY KOINING, BY "ftc fobacco Loaf" PublishiD! Co., lti2 .Fu.ltoR St., New York. EDWARD BURKE --------Editor JOHN G.GRAFF-Business Manager 8" All Lettel'll should be plalnlyaddreased _,Taa TOBACCO l.&AF01 PUBLISHING Co. Terms of the Paper: SIJIGL Cor1u ... . 10 Centl. .:: :. : : : :: :::: :::: '. liiiJ""' Re111ember tbat the cost to the or aoathly sa.becriber is LUI TRAM EIGHT CANTS a WEEK,' ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ABROAD. GaaAT BRITAIN ANu ;:ANA))A ............ fs-04 Ba .. &N, HAMI!Uilto A. TlUt COtiTINilNT .. 50 4 AUSTRALIA, &TC,. v S CuaA. ....................................... S 04 No orden for '"" r.t-fler ill be considered, qlesa aecompanie,1 cerreapontling amount. ..,-tlemittao" ln every instance. be .-ade by moRe} oUer. c;:heck or drafL Hilla are Jlable to .,be stolen, and can onlJ be aent at tile reateit -..o aeoder. [FOr Ath!n'tisic-P4're.] 11181DSS DI&IOfOIJ 9f ADVJ&T18118. KEW YORK. Tobcc" 11' .,., Allaer &: Deblo, ,,.,. PearL Allen. Jalian. 171 Water. Barnett S. 161 Water floclre< Water -eJI,.S.Plae ........... 11w .... t C-E. M. 168 Water. Dolwl, Carroll It Co "'' Vroat. DuBola 75 Frnat J1aert w ... Ill Co., 171 ParL 1 BD&'elltocb. F. 15 Sl:rt1> A v I'Ds. Dll!o a: Co., '"Water. J'fieDenlg H. 319 Bowery. &.te:aeaoerg &: Uo. 16n Pearl. Lachenbruoh & Bro., 164 W'atcr Las1ut;. e A C., 1 n PearL Fischel, 113 Pearl LeYin M. H 162 Pearl. Lichtenstein Bros. u Bowery l<laud Robert L. & Co., 4S 8road. Martla & '19 Froat Meyer A. 0. L & 0., 43 Beaftr, Nash G. P. 48 Broad, Neuburge r&: Steinecke, J3J Maiden Lan e Oatman Alva, 166 Wate J. Ottinger Brothers 48 Broad St. (i)wen Frank E. 3 9 Broad Price Wm. M uo MaideR Lane. Oulu, ] P. Ill C o 39 llroad. llelamann. G. tiJS t-e. Sawyer, Wallace lr 47 Broad. Schmitt J 162 Water. Scboverbng H. 1"'2 Wat-er Sc!ueeder & Bon. 178 Water. Schroede r & Koch, a46 Pearl. Scllubart H. & Co., 146 Water Scoville A. H. & Co., 170 Watel E. ff; Co., 11 lfpit& .D':t C. H n8 Water SQuires, Taylor&: 45 ,Broad Stralton & Stom., 178 & 18e Pead. Strollo 4i Reitzenllt.eia. 176 Front. Sutt.oo, Jobn R-. 117 Caul Taj. V. II< Son, Fruat Tatce=ont F. W. a. co 68 Broad. T-peou, S :&& Co., 54 and 56 Broacl. u_...a, Carl, 171 Peart. Van It Co. t6S Water B41eptJt7. a.tbrle A: ('.P US J'ronL Lef To6otco Sulll, us A 117 Bzoome Llcbteaateln A. & Bro. 34 A 3 l!Owery Llchteasteln B1oe. do Co. :o68 Bower)'. lleudel },{, W:. & .Bro,."' iloWUT lleldoubeqr 6: C... 84 and 86 lhaltll. B .a.. 1 Dowery Smith M. M. 4 2 Vesey StacMl-..r& M. A Co. 9 aDd 94 Liberty .,_.toll di H.tarm, IJ8 nd J8o Pearl Sutro & Newmark, 76 Park Pli.co of JI'IIU JUw.:. C/rorl Boanett, Scheuck &: Earle, 53 to 51 Park Place Faater, & Co. 77 &: t.:hamben. Haya & Co., IJO, aa &: 114M. Wae. ,,......,., of H= ...... J Cicar. Almlrall J, J. 16 c.-r GMcla F. W a t e r Goa&aloa A. 16-t Water Messenger T. H & Ct>. z-51 Maiden rucaat L. Sanches. Ha.,._ Rt Co.. tp to 154 Malden Lane. Bco, ille A. tl. & Co. 110 Water Seidenberg & Co. 84 and 86 Reade loi-OD M. "" lt. Malden v..-.& Bembeim, 187 Vearl F.....,, 1D3 Pout w-. Eller a. K.aeppel, I"" PnrL t bor v. M-artine& & Co. 190 Pearl Mamifaa,.,..,., of KIJI W.d arul r.,.,.,m" a-... Hr-. Do florY Pred'k 111 eo. ... ..,., wllkFall A Lawsou, JJ Murray. leldeaberg & Co., 84 aDd 86 Reade DUBo :.JWUr of x.;,u. P-. ........ N. R..ooBwadway. OUI'osd, 81aerm.an Innl.S, JM W!Utam W2llio & 29 4 Jl S. William llc"l..nrt.rew JameS C., 55 Water Weaver4r. Sterry, J:4 Cedar. Zuricaldu & Argqimbau, tn Pearl ... 4r lcltl. HHI!er's R. Sons & Co. 6o Cedar. Scitie.elio W. H. Co., 110 aad rit Wilham. OLARKSVILLE, Llu "u A Cotterill, Feuaer & E ;eooud. Pease's c.:u1t1r. Hoglen A Peaoe, Thlr4 St. and Caaal. F .O... 1'61!7, DE.TROIT. Bioi&. Manufat Louis onJ Trt"'"''"lr' &. Maurer. J2 &: 111N. Wilham. WIIIJI'Chu. A.,. 51 Chatham. 1 .. bMtO &QJing JY,,t, Zlnuer W. A Co 197 William. M4nfrs, of Km.uy Bros. Cit'"'"'' IC.klney F. S. 141 West Bruaway. : 1 Rus&i,. Cir4ntU& Eckll'eyer II: Co..S Broad aud .S Ne"" Mmr,.j.utur Co.'s Cincinnati C iga r Moulds. Ordenstein H 3o6 Broadway J"aknt ImprMJ&i Tobtuco Cutter. Kinney Francis S., 1-4-1 West Broadway Cutti ng-Mackinery. Wulatela Hehry, II-4-Cent;e. Banks, Genn&n.A.me rt.can, cor. Broadway and Cedar. Intfi Poper. Ma:r Brotloera, 37Kaldea Laae C.'g4r Sta111p Canulkr. Cooke G. K. & Co. 9:1 Chamber T,IMccicwter /n-CirGffttl M,wf,ut.rinr. C.-ley J. W. 334, Broadwar ,' Ct(".:rP ..u.,.,, Claar Packer' Soctety, S. Michali &: Ca., 175 1!:. Houstoa,or E. M. Oatter?am_, 109 Norfolk ALBANY W.T. ManuftUturtrs of T.Oau. Greer'l A. 8oDB. -'21 Broad war. BALTUIOKE. Tao 1Y rello111is. Barker & W aggne<, :t9 South G..,. 1 Boyd W. A. /11: Co., 33 6outh. Guutber, L. W. g South Gay -Kerckhoff tk Co.. 49 8ot1th Char lee. K.remelberg, J. D, and Oo. Mallory D. D.; E E.. We"ttck, Manager; "'b and Lombard Parlett B. F. & 92 Lombard. Schroeder }01. & Co .. 81 Exchange Place, Tate. Muller tJ Co 69 Exchange Place Wia.hme:rer Ed. & Go., 3 South Calvert .Mi11111{Mturn'l, ttc. Felgaer F W & Son, 90 South Charles M.arborg Brothers, 1"'5 to 1.49 S. Obarlea St. W'Ukens H &Oo 181 West .Pratt. P.tent Rolli,., IC.erckholf G. & Co., 149 South Cbarlea. BOSTO:a. Ooissio McreUrut Holyoke e. 0., n Ceatral Wharf. -/)UI/ffS m Havana tmd DtJtnutit Lmf To, boao 4nd c;, .. ,. D&Yeajoort Lese 119 'Broad. r Dlll" s in oil Kinds of Laf Tbacc Bemis Emery, 3J Ceotral WhaX. M4rmja&tr.rersof Smokinc Toboad Cigars Raddin, F L & J. A., 136 BREKEJI'. Gena-,.. Tobuo CommissiOfl Mffohants, fallenstelu & Son. BIUDGEPORT. CO:NW Patktrs / Stet/ Ltf TobtU Cicn. M.,..rtwrnof Cia,..la114 D,lw m YaurU c. F., Ii, crark. Deltrs ;, Luzf ToMeo. Sand hagen BrGa., 17 West Randolph. of Fi CJu C4<'111iog II s...tig, niiDpanish a11d Girar Lepj T.&l< State. London & .Bidwell, and 'uS State A. L. & F., x34 Main. Westphal Wm., u S State. 1 HOPKINSVILLE, KJ' Broiers. Clark, M. H & Bro. LANCASTE8. Pa. l )er;ler in Uaf Ttilnueo. Skiles & Fuy. 6r and 65 North Duke. LlVERP09L. J:q. Smythe F. 'W", & Co., 10 North john. 'r LOUISVILLE. Ky. :Pi'J4g Tobah M. B. ;Johbtrs in II i.inth of MttifctartJ Treo lpt;rteJ mJ DOf7l,:.tt.iC Otrs. Green&. Meyer.1 18 West Matn-. DryiK Fa..tories D etiler s i n Leaf bac .. -o. Falconu& Co., 81 &'83 Eighth PragoffW. F., 394 West Main Stnn11Ur a11d in Cutting Tobacco. Clark,] amel!l, Thirteenth and Rowan. TobaecD F(fciors -.nd CDMmi .nio,. Mtrelua,il. Kreme lberg & Co. Eleventh aod Main Garth & C o. Nintb and Market LYNCHBURG. Va. Maoufaohan &: Taitt, 107 Arch. Dunn T. J. & Co., 15th and Vine, Bisenlohr Wm. & Co., liS IX>utb. Water Joseph, 62 N orth Front lLcD<>well M.. E: & Co n North Water, Moore & Hay, 35 North Watp. Sank J. Rinaldo & Oo.1 S2 North Water. &ner, Cook. & Co., Je! North Water 8tehier, Smith Bros. & Knecht, U! Race. Brothers, 111 North Third Vetterlein J, & Co., 135 Arcb : Wartman M. & Son, 13 North Fifth. Wells A. J., Third and Glrard Ave. Woodward, Garrett & Co., 33 North Water Imp. of Hav. Tob, aJ and Dealer i Serd Lef Cc:'Stas J. 131 Walnut frlanufa5 S. ooth. Theobald A H .. Third aod Poplar. Wells A. J rh!rd and Girard Ave. United Su.tes Cipr Manufactory, JSU. &: ,VIne. .B,..oker. A. R. 33 N Frout J14i 's Agt. {tJt' Plug ond Smoking ToOaI.O&c: l,.,. '1 CIGAR FACTORY OF NEW YORK. I a 88 READE STRE:E;T, l\TEW YORK, Importers of Ha, va,na, T .oba,cco,' ALSO MANUFACTURERS 'OF .THE WEST GEO. W READ & CO., --186 to 200 LEWIS ST .; foot FHth anti Sixth Street, E. R., NEW YORK. 11<7 STEAK BAJI'D SAW AJI'D BOARD G. W. BILLMAN, COllliiSSIOR IIERCBAIT-II MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, SO FrQ::n:t S'tree"t, 'Ne-.gv Ye>rk.. Plug and Smoking Tobaccos from VIrginia & North Carolina Factories. Th e Celebrated Diamond Colden Cut Cavendish Smoking Tobacco. IMPORTERS OF THE BOSE BliND .. Alabama ............ Atizona ..... ,. ... .Arkansas .......... California ......... .. Colorado ........... Connecicut ......... Dakota .... ........ Delaware ........... District of Columbia .. Florida ............ G eo rgia ............ Idaho ............. Illinois .. ....... Indiana ........... .. Iowa .............. Kansas ............ .......... LoutsJana .......... Maine .... ........ .. Marvland .......... Massachusetts .... .. Michigan .......... Minnesota ........ MissiasiJ!pi .. Pearl Street,. SOLE IMPORTERS, 65 Pin.e\l Street, York. J'c.unds. Pounds. 413 Mis souri.... .. .. .. 6,473,833 9,312 Montana .......... .. 12, 274 Nebraska ........ 228, 768 Nevada ...... .... 1,8 New Hampshire.,, .. 4,789 New Jersey ......... 530 New Mexico .... ... 13,887 York .... ... .. 1,032 North Carolina ..... 8 0hio .............. 446,545 Oregon ..... ....... .... Pennsylvania ..... 9,304, 795 Rhode Island ....... I 56,877 South Carolina ..... 890,258 Tennessee ....... 11,70 2 Texas ............ .. 11,109 1,177 r,562 5.7 49,003 9.839,173 2,61 I 1,923,913 795 5.422 258,562 44,3<)0 7o36J,]23 Utah .. ........... : Vermont.... .. .. .. 694 7 Virginia... . 28,442,928 3 670,090 Washington Territory 516,419 West Virginia..... I 19,530 4,661,077 Wisconsin.... 3,26<},210 2,712 Wyoming ......... .. 288 Showing an aggregate of I071040120I .pounds, or 32 pounds Jess than the quantity returned as re ported abote, the slight deficiency resulting from the rejection of fra ct ions. To the large exhibit made by Virginia may also be added a portion of the tobacco credited to the export account, the remainder enuring to North Carolina, New York, New. Jersey, Ohio, I lli nois, Ken tucky and Mi sso uri. In the State of Maine,-it will be observed, the tobacr;o manufacture is in its infancy. MINOR EDITORIALS AND NEWS ITEMS PAPER PACKAGEs.-In some comments and corre. spondence on our second page and a card on our seventh page the claims and merits c>f the paper packages designed for the use of fine cut tobacco manufacturers, and mal)ufactured by the New York Paper Barrel .Company, are presented. .)

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.. SUIT GAtNED -Kmney Brother have won the1r sutt for mfrmgerAent o( the1r Cigarette trade marks l'a rliculars m our next tssue So Southern Vugm1a farmers are -plantmg m_o u: lhan ever be(ore1 wtth the pros pect of a large' crop OHIO of gO?,d 1876 Oh1o Leaf, a returned local dealer says, still hold off for last fall's The less deurable leaJ 1s selhng low. pnces OPEN IN A FEW DAYS -Messrs P Lonllard &: Co. w11l open the1r new New York salesroom at 114 Water Street w1thin the next few days. TOBACCO PREFERRED -A, poor man m J effenon County offered h1s saw for sale to buy food for his suffenng fam1ly, and took two fifths of Jts value in crackers and thre .fifths m tobacco. CHANGE F BASE -'Mr James T Crawford, cigar manufacturer has .removed to 85 Ma1den Lane, a few doors above the place occup1ed.. by him for a number of years past. Low PtfiCE -Bow pnces 1 he_ Connecticut iJ,ver Valley are putting money 10 1he pockets of the farmets The alternat1ve presented was not agreeable but 1ts cheerful acceptance w1ll e 1nthe end. McCoy, who represeiltec;l several-New York Houses m There was but little if any w1nter k1lhng. Prepa-$1,6oo draft' was also oa1d by Me11srs Stra1ton & Storm the matter, worth of goowon the contrary, wrote a letter to the New Yorldirm on Cleveland He further cl lumed that Mr. A. Miller, h1s ever the 28th, in wh1ch they said that they could not send father-In-law, and father of:Mr. til e{, h1s partner, had In Maryland the 1876 tobacco crop 1s a fa1lure, both the same, and thereupon made a voluntary ass1gnment." achatlel mottgage to tbe amountof$8,ooo on the There 1 s so little that can be satd of our market of mteres t vama and Connecticut leaf tobacco -A few Ieadmg CrNCINNATt, OHio -Newburgh Bros & Co, C 1gar 1\fanufac convemence, whe\h r we have a legal to use these of tobacco and c 1 gars, and their aceount, It 1 5 believed, that tt has become an uupleas a 'l t task to mak11 out a report All firms of Baltimore have been and now are buymg m turers' dissol v ed. packages for the above menlloned purpose and much was satt sfactory. Oa Saturday, when convmced of them I can say that there Js no change worthy o f note. Pnces remam L d h C V II H M 1'. Keeshan, Tobacco Manufacturer, d1ssolved. bl W fi d e ca cane 1 stamps oa th m much firm and unchanged. The tra esac llons were 1,078 hhds, 91 trcs, ancaster County an 1 e onnecl!cut a ey.-enry o tge e n w n e e ability to secure an expected loan, they wrote to the New 73 boxe s I continue quotatwns M d I I f b C 11 1 WHEELING VA -Howell, Paull & Smclau, 1 obacco, d1s more effectually than by wooden packages Yo k fi 1 t t 1 1 d h h k eyer, ea er m ea to acco, mcmnau, WI eave solved. r rm sa mg 1 was use ess o sen t em c ec 5, SAN FRANCISCO, Aprzt24 -Our special correswlth h1s fam1ly m the steamer Nukar, May :z6, for a MoN1BEAL CAJndent reports to THE TonAcco LJ:AF as follows -We have general tour of Europe.-Messrs S. Lowenthal & Co dissolved, Mr J L. Mos s w11l hqUJdate the busmeass. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OF INTERNAL } pected and 111ost lamentable failure. No firm m P1tts-nothmg particular to chromcle except that business m general 15 are sa1d to be among the heav1est packers this season I REVENUE, WASHINGTON, Apt.! J, 187 7 burgh was more respected, and no gentlemen enjoyed not very hvely Sales m uaf are very hght; stock tn warehouses 10 the M 1 aml Valley Their house is one of New Firms. GENTLEMEN :-1 have receiVed your letter of th(i.;zd a htgher character for upnght honest Chnsuan men and < route far above the u&ual standard, though fine Penosylvama the larg;Ht m the State of Obto -H Nletert, of Cmcm -mstant calling my attenll:m to a Seamless and' Dovethan the Messrs. Weyman." ,:r. Watson further adds wrarpers wlil always find a good hete, and the same can NEW L eopold Mtller, Wholesale Tobacco and 278 D d b Ba I .... be .. ,d of extra good Havana fillers. Medium and low grades are natt, has aSSOCiated With himself Mr J c. Yost, under West and I 7g Greenwtcli tailed Paper rum, ma e y tile NeW-erk Paper rre -that the charJe of false pretences cannot be let?ally sold at rresent bclo,. New York rates Crseem to be dull as firm name ofH Nletert, Jr. & Co' at ra2 West SecOJt d PITTSBURGH, PA -J c Cosgrove, Dealerin Snuff, Tobacco and Company under lettet'9' patentJasaed to Mr. J. s. Thorn sus tamed agamst his client. We have not space for some 0 the leadmg factones have reduced their pnces toconmder Street, that c 1 ty, for the purP.ose of domg a wholesale C1gars,131 F'ifth Avenue sou. You allege tha y.ou tina th1s dr, um supenor to his letter ill able extent Plg and are about as usual b11s1aessm Havana and domestic leaf tobacco. 'w. A Hey son any other so &r1Wilt and 'Prer from Mr Joseph Albree, assignee, we are also 1n ST LOUIS, 2 -Mr. J. E. Haynes, Dealer in warehouse 1 s a coftllnodiourone, four atones m hetght. F. Johnson, 10 Topacco and Ctgiiora, and Market. servallve power IS concerned, {or 'J)ackmg manufactured receipt of a commumcatlon, which, for t4e re&son stated Leaf tobacco, reportS for THE ToaAcco LI!AF -Re(:elved 721 E K Xunz, Dealor.Jn obacco aJMi.Qigars, 72 S!Dlthlield Street tobacco I presu"!e you refer solely to fine cut above, we must condense. Mr Albree tefers I.D Jerms hhds, agamst 876 the I previous weet Whtle the markets for B.F 0 M r. A ) L H 1 s h (c c D 1 L---'T b h t I) fi t h the ) t 1 lueadstuffs in.d proyJSIOns have been cauSed to advance rap 1dly u"u .... Ss AILUJtl!, n onuay, prl 30, .no: urm:: YNCHBURG, .-o t, c ae erA o., ea era Ill ""' o acco, e ewmg 0 ace?, U ne cu ewmg IS on Y CQ of flsapproval to the arrest of Mr. F.! Weyman, aod and largely byltbe European war news, cotton, baa not of Boroughs & Wmg1 of Richmond, Va failed to meet formerly John D Holt tobacco allowed to be packed m bulk packages Y1Ml nks from h1s knowledge o{ all the facts there was no been favora,bly on the contrary, 1f tnlluenced at all thereby thetr obligation' ,aturing that day Tihe firm, Agent le Haimes,; Co, Second and Walnut Thomson the mventor one of the packages to which d k h f h h of the otfenngs, wluch ljave been mostly poor There has been an v .,. "-"' >q, r ays, new not mg 0 t e C arge I can not he excess of mfenor lug s and soft tobacco, and sellers have been trade as agents for the sale of manufactured tobacco Gosshet & Co, Dealers f n and e1gars, Stxth and Vme you refer, With your bra.!!d and trade-contmues, "at present giVe you much matenal, as re-w1lbng to accept low pnces rather than hold over tobacco not 10 and supplies The liabilities are li marks, and we1ghts attached ; also a ten-pound y evenue sted b)!' you, for an ob1tuary, but mclose cuttings keepmg order On th'l other hand, good, nch sh1pptng and good be $75, 000 and $roo,ooo ; the assets, w h of and Dealers m To stamp affixed and cancelled I have c:o.refully exa from Chronzcle and Gazelle which trut!Jfully represent sound manufactunng grades, whch a r e scarce, have been m steady, ccmsrst cli1efiy of debts due them,-the firm. boll will J .H Bnnknvm. Dealer m Tobacco a n d Manufacturer of C 1 gars, med this package wtth reference to the-JIIOQe of affixmg the feehngs of the enure good demand In the past day or so otfenngs have tin proved t h d ot d Th fi h .. I ,j 1 w "ifth s d II th t f b d d f ffi s omewhat In c:ondltlOil Sales from Thursday to yesterday ln-approxtma t e1r m e e e rm av.. ate 109 e t treet an cance mg e s amp, o ran mg, ap o a xmg ffhe ass 1 gnees had been wa1tmg forW1lham's recovery clus 1 v e hhds 4 at $2ra>2 go, 212 at 13 3 90, 45 at J4tjj4 90, been actma as tgents for Messrs Zuncalday & Ar gmm H Nietent, Jr J C. Yast, Dealers m Havana ao Domestic Leaf th,.e caution nouce, and am satisfied that, m these I ebehevmg that h1s knowledge of his father's estate would "43 at $ 5ra15 90, 43 at 16 6 8o, 21 at $7'iii7 ,a, 13 ar 18 Iotjj8 go, bau of th7s City. We hav uuormed howeye Tobacco, under style H Netent, Jr & C o West Second spects, the package fully meets the requnements of the enable us to make a full statement to the creditors of 5 at $gta19 30, r at $10 75, 4 Vugm1a wrappers at JJS so, 19.so, 1 CoLUMBUS, D -M & Yassm, Dealers m Tob)lcco and f I I r 1 I f .. 6 6 b 8 that the New York house will lose very little by e c1 gars, 33 N o rth Htgh Stree t law and .o the regu allons am, theretore, c ear yo the cause of failure. Wah present mformauon, we are .. 4 4 s o 3 oxes a ,.z 25@ .so, and I wagon oad looseatf3 f I th d I r f h h th t b th 1 1 ht t th I In the oame time 7 hhds (6 Vugmta) were passed, and btds were a1 ure, as err agen a on y a .ew cases o t en t e opm1on a you ave e ega ng 0 use IS of the opm1on that the fa1lure may be attributed to the d o6 hhd u f 1 d r k fi rejecte on I sat ,2 70'iil9 35,and 2 leaf at ll9'iil27 bconce on bal\<1. A CA.l\D.-,IfOAca rR or.. to su mtt I s or t e sa e 0 lt acco to rene ship .. can ani folllo onpply tMili "ant J public DDllde th-Messrs D H MeA pm Co 146 to ISS Avenue D, large busmess r equmng considerable cash resources an IS oxes a. 2 40@ I s were Tejecte on IO hhds at P.) Government are tpformed that their prop!lfiais wil be Cgara under the rand Dill CAYO.: trEIO, we oaaare N y k C t We quote new crop -lnfenor trahy lugs, ,2,50 75, T the Trad can be properly made under our h ) d fi d I K "' .,.. ... I 77 IS .-s,roo,ooo 1 en c y ea oupe"ISJon We call attention to lhe follOwing ...... of-wlaleh welwlll rve t e ongma an n It correct IMBALL, n9m,cal) have probably for several years exceeded the dark leaf, t>s oo@6 oo, !flledJUm dark leaf, $6.oo'iil7 oo, mediuJD red I875 and 1876 crops, marked K. A., K. B, and K C ,., 1 LONDRES GRANDE 11 ,I,. 3 1877. Head of the Tobacco DIVISion. profits from the busm ess. Wilham p Weyman was leaf > 17 oora>lP.so, good red leaf, Ill oora>rooo Tobacco m boxes, and d1v1ded lnto three lotio( I,7oo,ooo k1los each, :rd.REGALIA REINAS LONDRES GRANDE,. 1 10 bo P b h N 8 6 d d M and small, Irregular pack.es, S0@7Sc per 100 lba lesa :z,ooo,ooo kilos. Vugima leaf, 1875 and 1 876 crops, lfF.GALIACOMMEILFAUT .. CONCHAS "'" FAILURE AND SUICIDE. rn m Jtts urg ov. 13 1 3 ; le ay 3, 1877." sTATEWENT. marked V. A' v. B., aud v. c., diwded Into two ots of rPJ'fRES Ia : ::I :.: [Frum the Pittsburgh Gazelle] Stock In warehouses, April I. .. 1,657 hhds :r,ooo,ooo kilos. each. hu!'Sday, June 7 -Ist ll,aoo REGALIA PRENs;o/sEINAS ,., ,., The fa1lure on Saturday,Apnl :z8, of Weyman Brothers, The fa1lure of the well known tobacco firm of Messrs Recepts 10 Apnl at warehouses 2,6o4 hhds 000 ktlos Maryland leaf, 1 g 75 and I8?6 crops, marked B-ctfolly, HORACE R KELLY&: co.-An. tobacco manufacturers, Putsburgh, Pa, was followed on Wtlliam P. Weyman & Brother, whtch occurred recently Recetpts 1n Apnlshtpped through 6o6 hhds M A 1 M B., and M. c., diVIded mto two lots of Th'llrsday mornmg, May 3 by the death, by h1s own was agam bro_ught promn,1ently and pamfully to the at x,roo,ooo kllQJ. ac)h :zd -t,2oo,ooo kiloi. Ohtol leaf, liOTES OF TRA. VEL, band, of Mr Wtlham P Weyman, semor member of ten lion of the pubhc, yesterday morning, by the startling Total m Apnl, J,:uo hhds the firm Rarely does1t fall to thl! lot of a JOUrnalist to announcement that Wtlham P. Weyman, the semor Shpments m Apnl 1,931 hhds 1875 and 1876 cropa, mar\ced 0 A., 0. B., and 0. C, d I b f b fi h d d d b Offerings m Apnl at warehouses 2,JIJ hhds ancf divided into wo lots ol kilos. each. BY OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT be compelled to recor a more me ancholy senes of mem er o t e rm, a committe SUlCI e y cuttmg Dehvenes warehouses m .6-pnl 1 ,714 hhds Further infcrmauon can be 0 htntd at the French CrNCINNATr.May, t877 misfortunes than has been thus suddenly precipitated his throat, at his residence, Allegheny avenue, Allegheny Stock m warehouses, May 1 :z,547 hhds Consulates at New York, .Baltimore, Rfchmond, and EDITOR ToBACCO .-On my entire tour from upon thts long estabhshed and very deservedly It 1s a fact, not generally known, that th1s gentlewan, WINSTON, N C, May s.-Messrs. J. L. Penn & New Orleans. Newark ro Philadelphia anrl Baltimore, Harnsburg, popular tobacco manufacturmg house, and the sympalhy owmg to tl\e severe mental stram to wh1ch he had been Co. Leaf Tobacco Commission Merchants, report to THE To co Wheelmg, Columbus and Dayton, I found the feeling oft he entire community will be extended to the subJected for some time past, had become msane, and, LEAF -Smce our last there has been no change m our ABOUT OuR NEw DIRECTORY -The Amcn,;an Agn' among our tradesmen, in all the different branches-member of the firm and the fam1ly of the de<;eased m smce Saturday last, bad been qu1te Violent at times He market worthy of spt>c1al Recepts continue full woU.MKDe culturut m 1 ts May number says _THE TOBACCO leaf, c1gars, or manufactured tobacco-the same, and their affliction. Refernng to the failure, a Pittsburgh had been placed under the med1cal care of Dr F lemmg, httle tmprovement m quahty of the oll'ermgs Our buyers, leaf TRADE DIRECTORY JUSt rom the office that IS, that we have had a dull wmter, yet that a fatr dispatch to the New York Herald of May 2 says -and on Sunday mght, havmg preVailed on his w1fe to dealers, speculators and manu f acturers show very little mclinauon ,.. d J h S f h fi f S & r h d b to buy, and the1r btddmg 1s done very cauttcuoly. Thu may be of "THE ,1 tlBACC O LEAF," a trade JOUrnal ed1ted but late busmess IS expected The consump "Toay o n tra1ton, o t e rm o trauon take a separate room, 1or t e ou le purpose of asstgned, to a certam extent, to the scarctty of all des1rable toby Edward Burke, 142 Fullon Sueet, New York, twn has actuall y fallen off, aRd 1t IS but natural, as Storm, c1gar and raerchants of New obtammg much needed rest and attendmg to a s1ck baccos yet the1r very movement shows a lack of 10 IS a cunosuy m the way of a spec1al Directory It many mJ!ls and factones of all kmds are at a staadsull York, had the members of the firm of Weyman Brothers child, he made an attempt to take h1s life that well mgh trade generally To day we quote -Primngs and froted stock, cla1ms to giVe the name of every person connected with and the mechamcs are out of work. The country mer arrested fol' obtammg money by lalse pretences. A proved successful He left h1s room about :1 o'clock to 3c, lugs, dark common, to do good, to h b d h U d S C d d h t b I h t h t II d d 1 day Or t wo ago Weyman Brothers, who are exteRslve a.t mght, and proceedmg to another room tmm"'dlatelv_ leaf, dark common, 6 to&, do gootl, 7" to smokers, common, t e to acco tra e m t e mte tales, ana a, an c an uys on v w a e ac ua y nee s, an specu a---v 6 to do good, 9 to uc, do fine, 11 to 15c, do fancy, 18 to23c the ctty of Havana, 11.nd while 1t ts a wonder to outsiders, tlon 1s out of the question With the advancmg season manufacturers of tobacco m th1s ctty, fat led, wua liabtl-lw.low that occup1ed by a servant g1rl, had fastened a In fine we note no change agamst our last quotations, and must be very useful to those mterested." and finer weather, more trade may be looked for, and 1t1es eslimated st Szoo,ooo Mr S t ra!lon alleges that rope ms1de a closet to some hooks, passed the rope conttnue the same One of the most promment C!Ji:ar manufactunng and wllh real estate all over the country at the lowest the Messrs Weyman obta1ned from the1r firm 1n over the closet door, got upon a cha1r, adJUSted the cord FOREIGN. tobacco 1 mporUAg hou ses m San Francisco wnte that buildmg w11l commence, and the laborer, who has suf money. It was on the 23d of Apnl that Weyman around h1s neck, and then swung off by k1ckmg the LIVERPOOL, Apnl ::rr.-Messrs F. W Smythe & "We are 10 rece 1pt of one of your new Tobacco Trade fered so much all wmter will be able not only to pro-Brothers wrote to Stra1ton & Storm a letter askmg for chatr from under hts feet. The notse of the upsettmg co, Tobacco Commsston Merchant&, report to TBE ToBAcco .!D1rectones, and must say that we find the same up to v1de for h1s fam1ly, but,w1ll h1mself enJOY the luxury of or $s,ooo, m wh1ch they stated, "We will make of the chair, and the sudden c:losmg of the cleset door LEAF -Durtng the past week there was somehat 1mproved the mark' m every particular. It IS as complete a work a good chew and smoke Th1s IS the very way our no promise we cannot fulfil The prosecutors answered by the pressure of the s1:1spended body agamst 1t, demand from manufaciUrers resulting m retail sales to a moderate wlil all expectattons We have good use for fnends arr;ue, and they are nght. In all the CitieS and by telegraph that 1f the defendants would send theu aroused the g1rl m the room above, who lmmedtately extent We have not heard o( any sales, etther for Afrlca or the I ks r h t d h A 1 1 M W Th r d Contment Pnces show no matenal change Imports, g2, de 1t, and 115 services m our office will be valuable." towns passed, I saw Improvements and bu1ldmgs com-chec tor I e amount m 1me to eposlt t em ou pn gave the a arm to rs eyman e Wile an servant hvenes 433, stock 30,920 agamst 23,970 hbds same time lut year. menced. Pittsburg 1s bulidmg a new bndge, Dayton 30 they m1ght draw for whereupon the defen both rushed down starrs, and on entenng the room at A ScHUNEMAN & Co AND THEIR CREDITORsThe case of this Detroit c1gar manufactunng firm has been reported to us by one of the1r credttor& as fol lows -1 he firm's paper went to protest Oil December 18th last. Dunng the prevwus three or four months they bought at vanous limes about $2o,ooo worth of leaf tobacco from parties m New York and Hartford, Conn, on credit thetr paper was protested the New York credttors replevmcd their goods, and Mr Frank new railroads, and the farmers along the !me are makdants on Apnl 25 drew on the New York firm fov once comprehended the Situation. Mrs. Weyman LONDON, Apnl25 -Messrs Grant, Chambers & fli I Th "" r ot d h 1 tt t 1 th t th ld d h bod h h ld h 1 h Co report to THE ToBAc co LEAF -There IS no chagne to re p o rt 1ng great e orts to ra1se arger crops. e .. o.edo ,a>4oo, an wrote t em a e er s a mg a ey wou r.11se t e y up on er s ou ers, w 1 e t e servant 10 the market dunng the past week !he transactions m Blade of May 1, published a comprehensive crop re send the checks m t1me for deposit on Apnl 30. Upon cut the cord, and m this way hfe was saved In about tobacco have been upon a hm1ted scale, buyers thowrng no in port, gathered from observalloas m about three hunrece1pt of th1s letter and upon the faith of th1s pretence, two hours conSCiousness returned, and the unfortunate chnal>on to take what they reqmre beyond theu ommediate need. dred places m Oh10, Michtgan, Ind1ana, Illmms, Iowa as alleged, the New York firm paid the draft. On Apnl man was then kept, by order of h1s phys!ctan, under the For export there has been rather more demand Western ut{and and M1ssoun The tenor of all us reports 1s h1ghly :r6 the defendants agam drew on the New York firm stnctest surve1llance An expenenced hospital nurse Strzps have had but httle atte:nuon, and the sales have been f I II th h d h cor "1,6Ao, and wrote them a letter statmg that they was h1red to attend h1m, and he conunued to 1mprove but tnOmg Vrgm8118fand Slrtf have fully m the dull grau ymg n a e w ea. grewmg 1stncts t e pros'' #I character of the marke, M.aryla"J and 0/tro of good color are pect 1s unusually good-better thl!n has been known would send the checks on Fnday, the 27th, which so satlsfactonly that the physiCian was JUStified m pro much wanted, and would bnng f ;.ll pnces. Caw..U.II conbnues for many years Many call It the best ever known would reach the New York firm on Saturday, 28th Th1s nouncmg the msa01ty only temporary. dull of sale, pnces eas1er

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:MAY 9. TH.E ... ---TIIEa'l'OBA.OOO IIABK..tOJ mg that the heavy sub tant al grades are thus tar only poorly rep resented. Pnces have remamed steady wnh hardly any chat gea except the lower grades wh1ch are eas1er Several new goods were disposed of but not of a suffic ent quanttty to estabhsh quotauons The long expected outbreak of hosuhlles between RusSia and Turkey has had no mfluence upon our market .01'1011. Growe I'll of Seed tobacco are caut oned against accepllo,r the repOrt eo : DOMESliC Nw:w May 81 There bas been no perceptible change m th,. Leaf tobacco market smce our laat All departments may be called quiet but 1n no sense dull, as there Hrall the 11111e something domg and the reapecuve fooUPCS are re speckble 1f not as large u could be des1re 'In Western leaf manufacturers have dealt w1th more freedom and a fair busmess waP done for export fhe reported frost near Lowsv1lle and Henderson appears not to have InJured the } oung tollacco plants, tlie prospect of wb1ch llllolld to be good. T.he advance m gram 11 the attentiOn of farmers to Cereals IDStelld o{ tobacco, a cucumstance that may dJmm1sh the average V:rgtma Leaf.There ts sttll a good demand for good dark and bnght wrappers bu we note compla nts from manufacturers of the quality of some of the stock arnvmg We hear.of sales of mottled wrappers crot s wh ch have bee held nearly a year and tbe profit OD which muat naturally include the lnteretit on capatat iovestcd Grower. caooot ezpect even 1n tbe case of new cropa to seJI them for the same prices a1 are ob.. taioed on are aale here Of courat: -.very re-aale muat .,. at 6l adYance and therefore the price obUlaable by tile crowen will alwa,.. le som.ewbat lower thao our quota1loo1 QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE PR.ICES WESTBRN LEAF tM HI ., Ll'-Luw X Common 8 69 9!f llledium to Good '3 @J! Fine ._ &elecuou VIRGIN !A LEAF Cto 6 4j 7 8 @ 9 10 .,, 16 @ CAUTION. Seed Leaf-The demand for Seed leaf for home trade contmues fa r but nothmg of consequence s domg for export We lind upon mqmry among dealers who have been exam1mpg and buymg 1876 Connecllcut that opmwns differ as uual, re spect1ng ts mer ts Some con81dermg the crop as and assummg that 1t can not be otherwrse th the dry seasons tt had for growmg and cur ng And others and these the most numerous speaking well of the crop In the Gplmott of onrinn 'It 1s the best crop they have had m the Valley smce 1869 It will go through fermentation satisfactonly and burns and tastes well 17 30 1:5 Dark heavJIUp 1 @ 8Jo do low leaf 9 @ll H It haY ng come to my knowledge that tn several mstance' Liquorice Paste falsely represented u belDg of my manufacture hu offered for aale by part ea to su t their own par poseo who have DO autborl\}' to llmJ bran do the preaeDt oorveoto CAlJ'l'IOJf all Tobacc1> Manufacturer. arasn!lt the tame and to five not ce that hereafter every caae of my manufacture Wtll be branded with my Trade Mark acqutred the laws of the United States and aay unprinctpled person coanterfeltins th11 Mark WJll be rigorosl:r prosecuted of tobacco thiS season 45 s do med to JOOd 11 "@ 13 do extra sh1p g 14: @17 Black Wrappers 18 @n Wmtm Leaf-Receipts m Apnl (mclud ng V rg1ma) 4.40:1 hhds Exports, 2 8o3 hhds. !!Sales 3 soo hhds. The stock m warehouses reduced I86 hhds Smce I!t mstant there bas been a moderate demand, and the sales are 640 hhds 252 to rna o fac turers, and 388 for export pnnc1pally to G1braltar There s as yet no general demand for new crop and quotatiOns still apply to the old lit 2d week. ld week 4:tb week. 6th week To a h I 351 1 993 866 659 s ooo 451 877 688 434 3 400 433 S23 541 436 727 2 6oo 347 6ol 8o4 I,007 741 3 soo May 64o b4o Messrs Sawyer Wallace & Co s Monthly Tobacc o Cm:plar of May 1 says -Amencan Leaf Tobacco -Recetpts 11 Apnl 1 877 (mcluding 771 Vugtma) 4.402 hhds 1876 9 J6' lohds 187, 2 964 hhds 1874. 11 043 hhds Smce January I 1871 (mclud ng 3 443 Vugm1a,) II 982 hhds I876 28 484 hhds 1875 8 327 hhds 1874. 26 4S8 hhds Incl ud ng New Orleans the rece1pts of "\Vestern crop are 9 o63 hhds thts year agamst 3 5 150 hhds last year 6 976 hhds 10 1875 and 25 I49 hlids m I874 Exports m Apr 1 1 877 2 8o3 bhds 1876 6 796 hhds 1 87S 2 979 hhds 1874 3 sB+ I hds S1nce January 1 I877 I4 ;,14 hhds 1876 1 8 oo4 hhds 1875 9 1 J 1 hhds I874. 12 89 8 hhds Includrng Ne v 01leans they are 16 824 hhds ths year aga nst I9 866 hhds last vear 9 799 hhds m I875 and I7 6cJ9 hhd< n 1874 Sales 10 Apnl 1877 3 soo hhds 1876 4.8oo hhds, 187_, 4 200 bbd s 1874. 3 8oo hhds Smce January 1 1877 I4 5oo hb ds 1 876 IS 700 hhds 1875 9 950 hhds I874 I I 700 hhda lncludmg New Orleans they are 16 824 hhds th1s year agarnsl19,515 hhdslastyear Io z.,obhds rn 1875 and 16957 hhds 10 I874 We have to nole a somewhat 1mpro ved demand during the past month Sh1ppers took about l4 of the quant ty sold, the remaa11der was purcbased by our home trade Wed v de the sales as follows 2 349 hhds for export (mcludmg about I ooo for Span, and 33 for Canada) 79 for Boston 461 to JObbers, 463 to manufacturers and 178 (mostly Mason County), to cutters and smce January 1 -1877 to manufacturers 4 S98 hhds cutters, I 154 JObbers 1 752 export, 6 991 specula! on 25 1876 to manufac turera 2 -l8o hhds, cutters 872 JObbers, 8o6 expo1 t, 11 722 spec 1875 to manufacturers I 306 hhds Cutters 566 JOb bers 777 export 6 845 s:>eculation 1874 to manufacturers 3 ..as hhds cutters 631 Jobbers, 1 072 export, 6 047 speculation 737 In the continued absence of any general demand for new to bacco we repeat quotattons for old crop aga1n ren1ark1ng that those gtnn for preVIous years applied to "ew crop There have been a few sales of new factory, and planters lugs at 4}ic also, some parcels of the lower grades of Mason County a ltd Kentucky River growths at S.al6,%'c and a few wrappers at I21@I5C KONTHLY S1.&fEWBNT OF THE SfOC.K AT INSP.BCTIONS Stock on hand April I, 1877 I7 429 hbds Rece1ved amce 2 33S hhds Delivered smce Stock on hand May I I877 Stock 1n L verpool Apnl 1 Stock ID London I Stock rn Bremen Apnll Stock m New Orleans Apnl as Steck m Balllmnre, April 28 Stock m New York May I kkds I877 3' S20 4,628 6 375 IZ.456 I7 243 19 764 hhds 2 52 I hhds 17 243 hhdf kMs 11/.ds 1876 II7S :z4.73o 30 65o 12 643 I6,JOI 1 oo6 2 290 I2 713 4 4-So 16 098 I6 898 23 7'}5 39 555 88 2II 90 985 IIO 174 English markets have contmued very qu et A fau busmess has been done m Bremen dur ng the past month pr nbpally m sub stanttal lea' and lugs and the lower grades of old Mason County We Jearn however that pnces m most mstances were unsatlsfac tory to sellers The new crop thus far attracts very httle atten hon Favorable weather for handhng the cr o p has caused lar g ely mcreased receipts and sales at the vano us Western markets Throughout the month pnces were pret t y well mamtamed, except for tobacco m very soft cond1tton but at the close they are re ported more trregular But a small port1on of the rece1pts m our own market have been sampleal We can not therefore speak from personal observation as to the quahty of th1s crop but those who have had opportumty to exam ne pronounce 1t on the aver age the poorest for many years fo our .ountry fnends we say agam, keep your average pnce down and the of your pur. chases up so far aa po.s1ble unless you w1sh to have anotner un profitable year and wo don t believe you de We are..1nformed that the Itahan Government 'llllLprobabl>j want th1s year about I8 ooo hhd.s and Fran!"' 7 soo hhds Kentucky tobacco but noth mg pos1tive IS known as yet ItXFOR.TS OF TOBA.CCO FROM NEW YORK FROM APR.IL I TO 30 INCLVSIV&. 334.hbds 434 hhds 712 hbd.s 388 hhds 480 hhds 9S hhds 36o hhds Total 2 8o3 hhds From the ctrcular of Mr Fred F1scher '1\'e collate the followmg synops1s of exports from New York and New Orleans from Janu ary I to date s HJ.J, JS s 'o61 "' ,.,a 140 4 6$7 1876 J877 Hlld com 3 @ 5 ..,..., ... ....__r., d to com Brown aud GreeuJ&ll 5 mon Medium a.nd tine red 7 @ 9 Seund Common Com to m e d spangled 6 @ S Good de. 3 @ 4 5 @ 6 I @ 9 9 @sa II @15 4 @:to 3 @ 8 MaJSacAumt.r--About r so cases were sold m small loto mostly 1875 crop assorted for wh1ch from 81@Ioc was reahzed '\c v Yd5C for 1875 crop assorted 81@ 1oc for I875 crop low assorted and 9.al 10c for 1874 cr o p fillers 0.4ro-Owmg to some extent to 1 m ted offer ngs of good lots but a small busmess can be recorded Not more than 200 cases 'were purchased at 61@VC for I875 crop and I2'een d one Some 150 cases I875 crop New England wrapl'en at pnces rangmg from zo to 30c were taken for the mtenor of Gormany and Austna and a lew hundred cases 1874 5 Oh1o for Bremen and compnse the entire transacllons Our home trade shows no Improvement only a moderate JObbmg bus ness hav ng been done Sales -Crops prevwus to and mcludmg the one of 1S74 -New Engla nd 400 cases Pennsylvama 300 do New York IOO do Oh10 (crop of 1873) includmg Ioo cases shipped for owners account 400do ofwh1chforexport, 100 do W1sconsm 200 do Crop of Ill75 -Ne England 1 ooo cases of wbtch for export I 50 cases Pennsylvama 1 ooo cases New York 2oo do ub o (mcludmg crop of 1874) soo do, of wh1ch for export 450 do W!Scoqsm 200 do total sales 4 300 cases ofwh1cb for export 700 do Export of Seed leaf smce J nuary I 8 910 cases arne hme last year I I 772 cases In our Ja:st ISS\le we mentioned the stead1ly mcreasmg consumption of Cigarettes The followmg statements we have taken from offic1al reports kmdly furn1shed to us by Mr Edward Young Ch1ef of Bureau of Stallst!stlcs W asbmgton Domestic and 1m ported c1garettes entered for con sumpllon dunng the fiscal year ended June jo 1873 17 353 6o+; do I874 29 I03 984 do 187) 4I,328 000 do I876, 77.420 S86 Another enormous mcrease m the consumption of cagarettes has taken place smce the close of the last year the sgmlicance of wh1ch can be but demonstrated at the end of the next fiscal year June 30 I877 Our Bremen spec al dated Apr 1 2I says -Qmte contrary to expectal:lons a remarkably small busmess only was done m Seed luf tobacco 32 cases 1875 crop Ohw at 2.7 pf bemg all was sold 1 be stock remauung m first hands bemg more or less of an undes1rable character may account for the falhng off m the amount sold compared th eur preVIous weeks report Addt tiona! sample sh1pments of 1876 crop Oh10 have been shown here uf late ancl there seems to be a great d ffe rence m lots some of wh1ch sho v very fine tob accos wh1le others are de dedly poor and fit for c uttmg purposes only In the former kmd a large bus1 ness may be looked for prov1ded owners v1ews as to pnces conform w \ h those of the trade here Spamsh -The Messrs F1scher report "Havana m fan dema d w1th sales of about 700 bales at former quotahons E t1 e month sale were made of 3 700 bales ST.CTEMENT OP BTOCIKI OF SPANJSir TOB.lCOO Havana Cuba Ya a B a e s Bales i::tock on band April 1 877 '5 236 so R.ece1ved stnce h! Total Sales & Resb pm ts to April 30 77 30 651 5 000 19 so so Stock on hand May st 817 '5 66s 19 ss 68o StGCk on hand May ast 1876 t6 145 234 s6 379 Stock on """d May zst 1875 6 3l7 7 161 Manufactured-A regular trade has been done 1n manufactured tobacco for the week and for the month a faar quan hty exported IS shown The market s Wltho ut noticeable feature I be exports for the week were 91 997 pounds SmokmgThe demand for smokmg tobacco contm ues w1thout apprec1able change C1gars -Manufacturers report a steady mqulfy, but no noticeable actiVIty m any part1cular lines of good's Importers are domg a fau bus ness for the season Gold opened at and closed at 106Ji Fpu1gn Exchange -Messrs. M & S Sternberger, report as follows to THE TOBACCO LEAF -No bus mess domg the leadmg banks lowered theu rates to day ,li cent and st 11 with th1s decline gold will be sbtpped to morrow to the extent of one mllhon r.ve quote -Bankers nommal rates are 490 and 487 ,li fur 6o days and demand sterling respechvely Selhng rates 487 for 6o days 489,li for demand Commeroal, 6o days 48S.al4BS.Ji Pans-Bankers 3 days 512" 6o days 5'5 Commercial 6o days 3 days, 512}i 6o days 515 CommoTClal 6o days 518,%' Fntghts -Messrs Carey & Yale, Freght Brokers, report tobacco freghts to l'HE ToBACco LEAF as follows -L1v erpool per steam nomma\ per sa1l 35s London per steam 3SS pe SO Quarter 28 MedJm %4 Common 20 l'ia"'f Pound> -Fine 86 (1.86 !s net. 2ll Y, G S WaJJ s Ex 4:60 lbs net 27 DOMESTIC RECEIPTS 30 19 19 I9 21 The arnvals :tt the port of New York from domeshc mtenor and coastw1se ports for the week e d ng May 8 were 1 755 hhds H trcs 133 qtr trcs 3 143 cases 10 bbls 42 bxs 397 three qtr lxs 297 half bxs 6o thlTd bxs 164 qtr bxs 24 e1ghtb blts 5 kegs 474 cadd1es 216 half caddies 89 cases c1gars 9 do c gar ettes 4 trcs snuff IO bbls do IO half bbls do 55 cases do 4 crates do 1 I 1>xs do 9 Jars do Io bxs p1pes consigned as follows BY ERIE RAILROAD-S E Thompson & Co 87 hhds Pollard Pettus & Co 75 do D J Garth Son & Co 86 do T H Puryear 2. do Garrott & Grmter S:z do Sawyer, Wallace&Co 86 do S S Edmonston & Brother 7 do J D Ke1lly Jr IZ do Blake more Mayo & Co 40 do Jarvts & Co 48 do, SqulTea, Taylor Co IS do D H McAlpm It Co 5 do R L Co :z do S Ruppel, 31 cases, Order 185 hhds 4 cases BY THE HUDSON RIVBil RAILROAD -Kunhardt & Co % hhds J H Moore & Co 1 do, F C Lmde & Co I 10 cases, W e1aa, Eller & Kaeppel, IS do C E F1scher &'Brother 48 oio J L Gassert & Brother Io:z do, Kerbs & Sp1esa, I71 do, W1se & Bend he1m So do E & G Fnend & Co 9 do E Rosenwald & Bro 209 do BY THE NATIONAL LINE -Blakemore Mayo & Co 66 hhds Sawyer Wallace It Co :aa do R L Maatland 1r. Co 39 do, J H Moore & Co 22 do Pollard Pettus & Co 16 do Drew & De:me :z8 do P LonllarJ & Co 37 do Garrott & Gnnter, 29 do W 0 Sm1th & Co so do Kremelberg Co I 5 do Toe!, Rose & Co I:Z do Jarvis 1r. Co :ZI do Sqwres, Taylor & Co, 24 do, S E Thompson & Co 3 do Order 99 do Bv PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD -Charles F Tag Son I case lea( N Lachenbruch & Brother 42 do M H Levm 8o de H Schubart & Company I26 do Havemeyers & Vge hus 22 do S Ruppel 39 do Esberg Bachman & Co 50 do Bunzl & Dorm1tzer I box do I Shack 1 do J M Gardmer 1 case c1gars Castme Sm1th & Co 1 do Appleby & Helme 4 cases tobacco 2 pal do 3 crates do 4 trcs snuff 55 cases do 4 crates do 6 bbls do Io half bbls do I I bxs do 9 Jars do Bv THE NEw JERSEY CENrllL RAILROAD -Dohan Carroll Co I5I cases, Kerbs & Sp>ess 88 ao E Spmgarn Co S6 do J os Sehgsberg 34 do BY THE NEW YORK AND NEW HAVEN StEAKBOAT LINE A Cohn I68 cases Ill Oppenhe mer 1r. Brother 34 do Basch & F1scher 42 do Esberg Bachman & Co 7o do C Vogt 1 do L Arens 11 do S 1raub 3 do Levy Neugass 64 do, Charles F Tag Son 49 do Ill Westheim Co, 65 do Dav1s Day 8 do M Zmcker I do E Hoffman & Son, IJ do D E Rose I case c1gars Messrs Robert L Man land Co remark n the1r May Circular -We have to report a qu1et busmess for month and but for the purchases for Spaan the ulea would have been mslgntlicant The total sales add up 3 500 hhds of which exporters have taken s,400 hhda, manufacturers 700 hhda, and JDbbera 400 hhds lnas much as the busmeas m new crop has been so hm1ted we have agam to quote old crop m wh1ch there 1s no change m pnce In new the transachons have been confined to a few wrappers and aeveral small parcels of lugs, the latter at from tog May 8 were as follows -Bv THE NEw YoRK AND HARTFORD SrEAKBoAT LINE H Schubart & Co 2 cases L Gersbel & Brother 118 de E Hoffman & Son 52 do, Joseph Mayers Sons, a7o do Stra1ton Storm 1 do E Rosenwald 1r. Brother 3 do F Schulz 13 do, A Blumlem & Co 13 do E M Crawford, 16 do J. J Gans Son & Co 2I do N Lachenbruch & Brother, 40 do, M Westhe1m & Co 18 do M L.._HunUing, 24 do The May C1rcular of Mesara D J Garth Sou & Co says -Thts marht was w1thout special feature of 'Interest Busmess for the month was ctrcnmscnbed m quantity and mamly confined to old stock of wh1ch but little remams of a really deslTable charac ter Common Jllldea for Sp:uush account figured most consp11:u ously Ul the aalea recorded, and the contractor IS still bammenng away for adthtio.al suppha There were several export orders m the market for old leaf of decided character, th e absence of whtcb precluded busmess Rece1pta of new crop continue on the 1n crease, bJlt a 1111all however has yet been sampled, and that mamly of common grades and such leaf as was smtab1e lor manufactunng wrappers Sampl ng w1ll become geoenll com Dlencmg w1th the present month and we hope to be able before long to report an active market. The prospect for localizing the Turco Ruulan war appears favorable from latest foretgn news and 1f such pruves the fact we caa see no obstacle 111 the way of a healthy busmess m tobacco H however the present comphca t1ons should be utended mvolv1ng other European powen aenous restncttons w1ll no doubt be temporarily thrmmn the way of our usual fore1gn trade r Mr John Cattus Tobacco Broker obsene lft-hs Kentucky Tobacco -A liftle more hfe has been percept1ble dunpg the past month and though our market IS far frllln bemg an achve one yet a 10mewbat freer movement ,. too rare and welcome a VISitor to be passed over 1.11 lilence Without draw1ng aomo happy conclusons for the future and taking mto cons1derahon the maug uration of weekly auclica ll&les ID our place to commence on the 15th mit It 1s almost Ail: IIJ pred1ct that dull tunes are things of the past and wdl never trouble us agan-at least these are the hopes and wishes of allirienda 1n thta staple Sales for the month amount to 3 soo hhds of which 2.400 hhds for export and r,too hhda for home trade and maa!IW:turers W1ija mote apdugllke and mo11t weather to price tobaecol, the atnvals have been some what on the inc:nue, tbough they fall yet COD&iderably short tn comparson to last year s receipts The condition of new has undoubteeJy been greatly benefited by the o( last year' crop a11d favorably wtth 1ts predecessor In regard to the quali1y 1t 1s apparent now that some tobaccos have been cut m a green and unnpe alate where thiS has not been the case. the leaf shows and useful texture, always allow BREMEN -36 hhds I6 do stems, I30 cases, :z:z6 bales BRISTOL -148 hhds BaniSH AFRIC A -3 bhds I6 pkgs (2 350 lbs) mfd BRITISA HoNDUitA S -I hhd 59 pkgs (5 008 lbs) mfd BRITISH WEST INDIES -:z bhds I3 bales 8:z pkgs (8 2Bz lbs) mfd CADIZ -419 hhds CoRVNNA -33I hhds CvBA.--65 pkgs (7 zoo lbs) mfd DANISH WEST (MDIRS -4 hbds 44 pkgs (I 615 lbs) mfd FREJJCH WEST INDIES -s hhds GIBRALTAR -25 hhds, 291 cases GLASGOW -14 bhds 30 pkgs (S0:Z66 lbs) mfd HA'MBVRG -100 cases 30 bales HAVR.E -250 bhds HAY1I -I hhd 146 bales so pkgs (I :zso lbs) mfd. LIVERPOOL !.....86 f.hds pkgs (24.o40 lbs) mfd Puu -189 pkga (29 985 lbs) mfd v S oF CoLoKBIA -I6o bales 116 pkgs (8,Sss lbs) mfd VENII2UELA -2 cases, 2 pkgs (176 lbs) mfd 1\rrlca. 170 Alicaote 419 Antwerp 66! 7 .. ., 139 Bordeaux 441 Jlrazll I Bremen 5844 ] 9'9 Brio to! A.uatralia. 73 17 E fnd1e1 34' Gui&D& ., Hooduraa !fA Coli W lndleo 33 CadlZ f'..Mlacla 470 CAm Iica 3 20 Cb1ll '57 397 CbiDa 4'4 Clsplatlne 15 Col mba 68 .... $61 uo Bv THE NEw Yoa.K AND BR.rDGEPORT STIIAYBOAT LINKE Rosenwald & Brother 24 cases Lobenstem & Gans, II do BY THE NoRTH R[VER BOATS -Blakemore, Mayo lr. Co, 55 hhds Taylor & Co d_do S E Thompson It Co Io do, R L Ma1tlana & Co 1 G!o J H Moore & Co xs do Sawyer Wallace & Co I2 do Kremelberg & Co 24 do, Pollard, Pettus & Cp 11 do Order, r8I do Bt TkE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP LINE-S E Thompson 20 hhds Allen & Faucon 2 do Pollard Pettus & Co 1 do, P LOrillard & Co 9 do 17 trcs Joseph D Evans&: Co, 3 hhds, 1o trcs 47 cases mfd so half bxs do 2 caddies do W 0 SJruth 8: Co u hbds, :.s trcs, 66 cases mfd, 70 three qtr bxa do, Joseph D Kedly Jr I9 hhds 13 casea mid ISO tliree-qtr bxa do; F E Owen 1 trc P10neer Tobacco Co IS do E DuBo1a, 133 qtr bxs mfd 37 cases do 93 three qtr boxes do, Dohan, Carroll & Co 9 cases mfd 399 cadd1es do 216 half cado;bes do 137 half bxs do 40 third bas do 41 qtr bxs do Martm & Johnoon 24 cases smkg 18 do mfd, 2 half bxs do 4 cadd1es do, :z cases Cigarettes Jas Ill Garcimer 1 case mfd 44 half bxs do 20 thud bxs do 24 e1ghth bxa do W1se &: Bendhe m 17 cases smkg, 3 do mfd 18 qtr bxs do 7 cases Cigarettes Allen & Co 2 50 cases s'tlkg I4 do mfd, 24 half bxs do IJoseph H Thompson & Ce>. 2 mfd aS three-qts bxs do 5 qtr bxs do Bulkley, Moore & Co 11 cases mfd, 40 half bxa do I 1 qtr bxs do, 6<) cadd1e1 do D S Moore IO cases mfd 5 kegs do, I Falk I2 cases smkg James C McAndrew, 8 do Wm Broadhurst J r 30 cases mfd C E Lee 5 do F H Leggett & Co I do R W Cameron & Co 10 do, W H Crossman & Co 5 do A C Lamotte S do, R L Ma1tland & Co 10 do A Hen & Co 1 clo, W A Leaman, 40 bxa do, Blakemore Mayo It Co 56 three qtr bxs do H K Thurber & Co 1 box pper, p Mamgles & Co 9 do Order 32 hhds 1 trc 8g qtr bxs do 1\Y IHE NEw YoRK AND BA! rrM:ORE TRANSPORTATION LIN1t. W1ae &: Bendhem 53 cases smkg 10 bbls do 1 case cbewmg 4 bbls snuff M Lmdhem 3 cases smkg M Falk I6 do CoAS'lWISE PROM KEY WEaT -F DeBary & Co 18 cues c1gara McFall & La\\ SOil 6 do, F Marero, I do Se1denberg & Co 61 do 22 b.les scraps Straiten & Storm :o6 bales scraps, V Martmez Ybor & Co. 17 do :a tJcs do, 4 bales leaf CoASTWISE FROM FERNANDINA -Order, 2 pkgs Coruona Cuba Du WI 7SI 9 ... 41 44-969 BALTIMORE, May S -Messrs Ed. W1schmeyer 6 96 & Co Tobacco Comml5510n Merchants report to THE ToBACCo 1 LEAF -The market for Ltof Tob.cc" remams m the same general DutcbW L 16 oal t JIB Fr WI 3" j AMES C. McANDREW, 55 Water Str.eet, New York. AWARDEb FOR TOBAQCO, lr:Dr:ZCVT TOBACCO, SIDliNG TOB!CCO AND SIUPP. -Office: 20 Chambers St., New York. E:M.LOY 2,000 HANDS PA.TU ,II GOVER!IlliiENT t3,000,000 THIS YEAR cond1twn as heretofore There IS a g ood demand for new crop BAcco LEAF -S1nce our last report rece1pts have been full Oluo and It IS selhng freely at steady pr ces For Maryland Offer ngs made up m greater part of the new crop w 1th no though of wh1ch the receipts a1e qmte 1 beral the market ts dull Improvement m quah7 We have to contmue the former report of generllly however sales to a moderate extent are makmg The the unusual scarcity o all classes of stock Frrst claJS quality of tho offermgs s generally undesuable whtch restncts fillers and wrappers are rarely seen of these the y 1 eld will doubt busmess but good grade wh1ch are wanted lind sale at full fall far short m propOJtlon to the common types Our market pnces The bulk of the recetts are added to the stock ID factots no mcreaae of mterest Pnccs generally have 'l'emamed llands and wlll have to wa1t the lillmg of the French contracts We un, ch:ln!:ecl, whde the market perhaps shows some mclmauon to contmue our quotations I th1s week 897 hh& Maryland 1 espectally m common goods. We could make no 709 do Oh10 3 do Kentucky 3 do V ri(Ima total I 6I2 hbds. our last quotahons and would contmue the same Exported same penod -Per teamer for Bremen 228 and frosted stock,r}i to 3c, lugs dark common 3 to sc, hhds Maryland 66 tlo Ohw 163 do Kentucu and 11 bhds Vugtma 5.aJ7c, leaf dark common, 5 to 7 ,lie, do good, 7 to tcbacco, 387 hhds Stems 117 cases Seed Leaf 6 to 8c \io goOd 9 to 12}ic do line I3 to-16c; Statuntnl do fancy 18 to 27c leaf best common 8 to roc do good 10 to January I I877 Stock on hand 1n State Tobacco I:Z}ic, fiDe best fiilmg, to I6c wrappers common beltj 15 to Warehouse and on sh1pboard, not cleared I8c; do good 18 to 25c do line 30 to 4<>C do fancy 45 to 6oc, Inspected th1s week mahogarues common 12 to 18c do good r8 to 25c extra, none Inspected prevwusly since January I offered. In old stocks the offenngs c ontmue to fall off and pnces Exports of Maryland and Ob o January I Shq>ped coastw1se same time 6 974 bhds 1 soo hhds 8,474 hhds Stock m warehouse thiS daY; and on sh1pboard not cleared 13 674 hhd.s Manufatrurtd Tobaceo.--We have agam to report a dull market Stock m the ltands of rece1 vors IS liberal, but demand from the trade lun ted Exported th1s week 200 lbs to Bremen Received per Bait more & Ohio Railroad from Danville 474 boxes cases 8 bundles and from Lynchburgh I45 boxes I27 per R1chmond Steamers 145 boxes 212 packages 355 cases IO bundlc;s per Norfolk steamrrs 5 nackages per Petersburg steamers 3 r 3 do CINCINNATI, May S -Mr F A Prague, Tobacco Inspect o r reports to THE foBA.cco LEAF -Rece1pts and offenngs at auct1011 th1s week show no tmprovement m either quantity or quahty Pnces tn the ear her part o f the week were not qmte so strong for low and common grades hut towards and at the close they recovered fully the r Iarmer trength and are now full up to quotatiOns For all the better sorts of both old and new cuttmg stock the market has ruled linn and steady There 1s no change m old c1ga r stock for e1ther Wiscoonn or Ok o 1t bemg m act1ve demand when of good qualty The new Wrsconnn now commg forward IS generally m the sweat and ought not to be opened ttll later m the season as 1ts h1gh order prevents JUStiCe bemg done 11 The offenngs at auchon reported by the warehouse> for the week and the expLred port on of the current month and follows hhds bxs I8I 17 145 43 204 3 Io8 147 r--Month---, hhds bxs I81 I7 I4S 43 204 3 Io8 147 3 001 2,472 2 731 I9Il '507 Totals I877 785 64 785 64 11 622 3 723 Totals 1876 67" 16I 670 I6I 9.432 Totals 1875 S32 147 532 300 8 576 3 170 Totals, I874 76I I63 86s 3o6 1,.,:zl9 4 398 The offermgs at auctwn for the week montlland year (exceptmg Seed leaf) were subd1v1ded as follows ,--M5 95 92 at $6.al7 95 29 at $81@9 95 ao at 5IOI@I3 25 3 hhds old at 8 8S.aliS so u:o hhds and I boxes New Pendleton tounty Ky D str ct $2 3S'>S 9S at $6@7 95 15 at 8 IS.al9 so, 1 8 at $61@7 75 II at $8@ 9 so 31 at $101@14 so Sat $I7 oo 63 cases lndana 37 at $2 7 1@8)f 9 1@12 7 1@9 10 I@I3 Frozen trashy or ligures 8}ii@IO I2 <@I8 9 1@11 I3 @I6 m bad order from to 2c under above Messrs Wm G llle1er & Co report -Our market last month has shown less steadmess, and w th largely mcreasmg rocetpts pncea hale shown a aec nmg tendency Cond1tton and quahty of the crop haye not 1m proved and rem am unsatisfactory PADUCAH, Ky" Mav 1 -Mes3rs Buckner & Ter nils crrcular says -I 222 hhds oold dunng Apt1l as follows hhds goed leaf froq. 10 to 15c; I63 hhds medmm lea from $8 oo to 9 25 236 hhds commoli le f from 5 75 to 8 25 I25 hhds fine lugs, from S oo to 6 so ,.oo hhlls 1 m od lugs, from 4 oo to 5 oo zoo hbds common lugs from 3 25 to 3 9S 141 hhds factory trash from 2 oo to 3 25 We had durmg the past month the first good sea sons for stnppmg prlzmg stnce last fall and recetpts at once rap1dly mcreased and co tnue heavy at th1s ttme fhe prop01t1on of desuable tobacco w01 very small [ and the or.der but a slight Improvement over that of prev10us ofier1ngs Our sales dur mg the month as Will be seen from aqpv rejlort, consisted m the main o'f trash lugs and nondescnpt or common leaf-mostly 1n unsafe c o ndJt1on and 15 dly mixed 10 colors Poor luga and mfer 1or green leaf contmue low on account of then great abundance 10 the last crop but all good c o lored well ordered substanllal tobac co, bQth leaf and lugs arO"m demand and are eagerly taken at full and pnces PHILADELPHIA, Nay 7 -.Mr Arthur R Fougeray Manufacturers Agent reports to THE To!IAcco LEAFThe past week s transacllons n Manufacturt J Plug Tobacco sllll show but bttle encouragement to sh1ppers of hard tobacw to th1s market for w th the exception of two or three well known mauu facturers whose goods are thoroughly Introduced and have hecome household words espectally with the male port10n of the family, 1t has beco!lle next to ,.an mposstb1hty to obtam anyth1ns hke a faar pnce for goods, no matter how line the material or excellent the work unless certam manufacturers' name8 are en "aved on the boxes Nevertheless be 1t saad to the credit of these spec1al manufacturers they have earned this reputanon by honoTablc means and long contmued perseverance We should like very much to add a number more of as equally good manufac turers wh1ch we have tn our eye to the hst, but to. be successful these times 1t 1s neJ;csaary to push and work hard and faithful, keeomg m v ew the one great object-conquer I can report a better grade of jim cut bemg offered and sold m our markets at the present t1me a change wh1ch was compulsory, or otberw1se we would nave have had line cut chewmg 1n bul k dnxen out of the markt, for hard tobaccos have certainly maJFe a fearful mroad on cut goods 1n the past few months Receipts from all sechons, 886 boxes, 1 216 cadd1es 9Io cases 42 kegs and 532 pa1ls Ltf Tobacco -Sales of Seed leaf ror domestic Uie the past week shows no 1mprovmg change4buyers still conhnue to purchaae from day so day u their postttve demands reqmr< and even then the sales wb1ch are JDade are very unsatisfactory tspec1ally 1n Con/mutt/ on Suomi Page SK:ILBS a PR.EY, Psokers and Tohaooo. 81 aad 68 !Jprth Duke St.

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'-.. H.J. DOHAN. THOS. CARROL!. DOHAN, OABBOLt &; 00., l. TOBAGCO Merchants, 104 FRONT STREIT, < 0. BOlt '386. NEW YORK. A..er.ts for the well-known and reliable Manufacturers: I. B. PACE, W. J, YARBROUIII_I SOlS, TUBPII I BRO., C. T. BIIFORD, HODUI I MYERS, L, H. FIIAYSER I CO., L. J. BRAIT I co., R. I GUYER' T. W. PEMBRTOII, 1 JOHN W. CARROLL, and others. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ORIGINAL Oable Coli, Donne Bouche, 48 and Be, Single and Double Thick. ALSO, AGENTS FOR _THE CELEBRATED_! JACK & BROWN DICK SMOKING TOBACCO. Stocks of Manufactured. Tobacco of Every Description, Suitable for the Home, Trade for Foreign Markets, K.ep1: Oo:n.s1:a:n.1:l. y o :n. EJ:a:n.d.. :ROBT S. BOWNE, 11&1 TONHD SlUM& TOBACCO 25 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. F. C.LINDL C! F. LINDE. C. C. HAMILTON. S. MARCOSO. R. AsHCROFT: NE'"\V YORK SHHD LHAF TOBACCO INSPHCTION. TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED.' Certificates &Iven for eery case, and delivered case by case as to number of Cerilficate. :r. B.-We Also Sample in Merchants' Own-Stores. ,._ l'. C. LINDE & CO., --Philadelphia Branch-E. W. Dickerson, 139 N. 3d St. PRil'ICIPAL OII'FICE8-\4-,. Water Street, and 18,. to 18e Pearl Street. Water, '14, 7"6 "-78 Greenwich Streets, an:l Hudson lliver RaH Road Depot, St. ] ohn's Park. BENSEL d: CO., TOBACCO INSPECTORS W A 'l'lC:R. S'l':R.:Z:Z'l'. CASES RECEIVED AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED AS USUAL. OUR BRANCH HOUSESo J.P. HJI:i:R & CO. Syracuse, N.Y.; J, R. DE;CKER, Elm'in, N.Y.; H. FORREST, Lancaster, Pa.; E. WISCHMEYER Ill CO., Balt1more, )old. ; J.P. CARL, Hatfiel d, Mass CHARLES FINKE, :atAY l'OBAOOO INSPECTOR, French Cigarette Pa.per, -37 LANE ir'CQVIITRY -.-' -1 t PIDLADELPHu :NEW_ YOB.Ii.t JONAS KE'l'Z, 64 NClt'rll !'l!.CNT S'l'l!.EE'l' ALEXANDER MAITLAN"D. L ;F. S. :t.IACLEHOSE. ROBERT L. MAITLAND. ROBERT MAITLAND & CO., Tobacco and Cotton -Factors!' And General Commission Merchants, 43 BBOAD STB.BIIT, KIIW YOB.K. ADVANCEMENTS MADE ON CONSIGNlllENTS TO LONDON AND LIVERPOOL. l Agents for llessrs. W:t4. CAMERON & BRO.'S Celebrated. Brana.s of 14a.nufacturea. 'l'ohcco. D. J. GARTH, CHARLES M. GARTH, HENRY SCHROEDER. D. tr. Q..A..::Fl. SON" CO COMMISSION :MBB.CIIAXTS 44 Broad Street, New York. BRANCH HOUSE 1 GARTH &. CO. Ninth and. ll:a.rket Sts., Louisville, K & co: G. .tnun u"w. TOBAccO, IIHI'al Ctm ... nlon Merolluts, S4 & s6 BROAD ST., P.O. -z 3698. KEW YORK. NEW YORK. F. w. H. StaeaaT. F. W TATIENHORST & CO., T.-O:S.ACCO -AJ:CD-SUEIAL 68 BROAD STREET, lii'EW YORK.. Oft!NGIR & BBOTHQ)_ KENTUCKY LEAF ... BBOAD STB.IIIIT, I N'e_... T"ork.. lSD .--oAD STREET, XEWYOBK.. P. 0. BOX .,'JO'J, lii'EW YOB.g. AND GEIEUL -AI BaOAD STBBBT, l.\Te REW YORK, IMPORTERS 011' Meerach&um, Bri&r ro VI o g oo or.. 0 M Kanuf&etartrs' Agents for the sale of aU Popular Brands of YIRCtNIA, NORTH CAROLINA I& WESTERN Ka.nufa.ctureti, Smoking & Fine-Cut Toba.ccos, A.GIIINT!II FOR .JOHN F. ALLEN & CO.'S RICHMOND, V-'- BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCOS AI'ID CIGARETTES, SAil[, AYRES' "IITOO," etclo DICPO"l' FOR .J. W. CARROLL'S LOI'IE ..J"AOK, DROWI'I DUJK, etc. LOUISIANA PEBIQUE, Ct and ill Carrots. .. FOR W. T. 81-ACICWSI.L per rta-orou t yproaecuted. 0 Wllere Subocriptloao may be addnOMd, or to TBB TOBACCO LBA. .. OinPICB. AJDBICAK S1JB8CJJUPTIOJJBo 16 era. PllB A10f1JJI, POSTAGE PAID. .&.PAR:O:R. O ROSI> H. HOLMES. JS. COl.T. SIMON KANDLEBAUM, SpeciaL P !RKIR HOLIES & CO., Manufacturer. of the Celebrated NERVE Aud other Brands of J. E. SAxrotor, Sec'y and Treas. HIRAM GRANGila, Supt. W ALDB, Mt&BAW CD., MANUFACTURERS OF a-:x..o::a:m FINECUT CHEWING &SMOKING1 TOBACCOS, .$1, 33 &. 36 Atwater St., East, DETROIT, lOCH. Manufacturers or RAPPaa, CoNCJtass and ScOTCH SNr.rP, and every grade or Smoking Tob.icco "WEYMAN & BitO 79 & 81 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh Pa. I JOSEPH]. ALMIRALL, IMPORTER OF "ONLY FINB" HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO 18 CEDAR. STREET. lii'EW YORK. PRICE LIST OF SPANISH CICAR RIBBONS: Broad Red, s-8 7a .yards, S I.!S Jr.epanola. s 8 72 yards, I 70 Narrow Red, nr Figaro, 72 yards, r. 35 TE!!ciiS-NET CASH. 19 Maide-n Lane NEAR wATER-sTREET, NE"W-YO.RK. NEW YORK. J. L. GASSERT. l'!. L GASSERT J. L. GASSERT & CODISSION mCIWITS. ....._.. A.ND DEALE.RS IN ALL KINDS 01' LEAF THACCOI No. 180 Water St., New Y'ork & 1 --....-u.u.. JUtr'921J'I. ,. .. J,lll!f!P G. R.BISM.ANR, Commission Merchant, AXD D&At.aa Ul AU. Kll'lDS OF LEAF T .OBACCO, 1SS Pearl Street, .__y NEW YORK N. LACBBIBBUOJI & BIO., BASCH a, FISC ... ER, No.164-WatcrStrcct,NcwYork, m _PORTERS OF HAVANA AND PACKERS OF SHHD LHAP -;.TOBACCO, 155 Wate St., NtarKaid.enLau, NEW YORK co., rOBACCO AID CIGARS, A N D DIIAJ..mtS 1B SNUFF, PIPES, etc., ttmJRIES IT 484 !HIOlD STREEt', IEWIRI .AKD llf t::ALDWELL N. 6. WIIOL&SALB DULDS IH HA Y .ANA I& DOMESTIC Leal' Tobacco. L. GIRSBBL a BRO.,, PACKJIJlS AND DEALERS IN "' SBBD LEAP TOBACCO, 19 I PEARL STREET ,:;:. !: :::::: NEW YORK, ----

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MAY 9. & .r&GOB BIIIILL, ..... MANUrACfWRU W CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIOR. MAD AND Prime Quality of CEDAR WOOD, 393, 295 &: Monroe St., NEW YORK. PR.A.sEB.'& t:IGlR SHOW CASES t:s s l;J ) POB HOTELS AJQ) GROCERS. Cor. W.Broad.wayti&Reade St., Ne'W'YoTk. fBi &EBIAI lmUAI Ull BROADWAY, cor. Cedar St. NEW YORK. Co.pttal, $1,000,000. 1yery facility afforJe d to J?ealen a n d Correspondent! c o nsh; tt::nl with Sound Banking. H. ROCHOLL, Prnld eat. :liP. RBADDG, Caahler. WM EGGERT & CO. U. P URTER S OF A N D IN SIBD LH!P TOBACC[ 171 PEARL STR'EET, NEW YORK. 94 Main St., Cincinnati, O & G. FRIEND & CO., J m:porlera and Dealen l u LBAF .TOBACCO, 1 :19 Malden Lane. A N D JOBB E R I N SEED LEAF TOBACCOS, 112 Water Street, New York. a S. STIRKBERGIR, 1111&1 AID BAmBS. I!lo. -Bli:CHANGE PLA.CB, l'f, Y. Draw BUts o f Ezcbange o n tbe p ri ncipal cities of Europe issue C ln:D lar Letter sGfCre d i t t o Tra'felers, .and grai.t Commercial Credi t s ; rf.!ceive Mc ney o n Deposit, 1 u bjec t o Sight C h ec'ks u p o u whlc h lntert ...twill b,. allowed; pa_y p articular to t h e "Negotiation of Loa n s. J. SOAKrrT, IMPORTER OF AND DEALE R IN LU.P TOBACCO. 1116 Stzwet. GIN'"SSION A N D [lUll W TIIICCO Fll EIPORT. THE TOBACCO LEAI'o. (SUOOESSOR8 TO PALJIEB. 4lo !!COVILLE,) IKPO:RT:&:aS o:r S:P.6.1CJ'ISB AND JOBBERS I N ALL K INDS OF LEAF TOBACCO, 19o .a.na S'I'B.UIJI, lVIIW "20B.B. OOM.&iiiCIJT SEED LEAF WRAPPER 01' OUR OWJI PACKIXG. STORM, MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS, !AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, !f:i 178 &. 180 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK T H MESSENGE R S'. LAII.R EMURE J 81 MAIDEN LANE, LEAF TOBACCO IN BALES Al'D HOGSHEADS FOR FOREIGN MARKETS CO., I 73 and I 75 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK, WHOLESALE DEALERS AND AGEIIT& FOR All New York Factories: P. LoriUard & D. H. :lloAlpin & Co.," Thos. Hoyt & Co Etc. Product thefiru_t Work. Maku no cretUein the lnmche Maku a perfe c t hea d .Pruerou the fo
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,. 'l'BE. TOBACCO LEAF. ----: Achrertillem.entll. Baltimore Advertiaem.ea.ta. WESTERN _ADVERTISEMENTS EASTERI R.MALLAY & BRO J. DIX 1: CO.,-Packer n4 iA KNECHT, MITH & CO., ft l'l'll....a, 'BJIITH MOll. .-, BEALBJ(S lN ALI. K1NDS. OF 1 mr -uu. rnmmm.uwr 217 SflTE ftl&t, LBAF TOBACCO, .&.liD ILUI1JF.&.CT1JBEBS ol' m DE&u:as nr CIGA.BS. 1U 'ftircl atreet, rlailaclelphia. Deakirs iu LEAF TOBACCO, BROTHERS, Palltn, Comllloa lcrahuts1 and Wholtllle Dnters )n L. "VV. j GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, 98 WEST SECOND' ST.,, Betweela Vlno aa4 Raci. Streets, Between Race aud Elm, OINOINIUTL 0. WlL WB8TPHAL, COMJUSSIOlf And Dealer Ill Foreign and Domestio Leaf Tobaooo, North Philadelphia. 1 PACKERS .4-ND WHOLESALE D EALERS IN LE.AF T 0 B .A C C 0, AND TOBACCO FACTOR, No:; 9 &00'1'B GAY &T::a.:.m::&JT. DAJ.T.a.MOall, .J:. Liberal Advancements !4adc on Consignments to my Address. CEO. KERCKFIOFF tc CO., Packers of Seed. BOHI, FEJsS i 1:0;, .. MANUFACTURERS OF'--I LEAF TOBACCO. 11D &. 'VV'a'ter .S't., Ph.:l.l.ad.el.ph:l.a. W. l!.ISENLOHR, Sl W. CLARK; ====== ------------L. BAMBERGER &: CO., DEALERS lN AND DEALERS IN SPANISH-TOBACGOS, 49 South Charles St., Baltimore, Md. c. GEO. KER-CKHOFF. GBO. P, UI!IVBRZ,AGT. .. AND DEALERS IN B ... WILKENS a -co., INSPECTOR AND BAILER, 3!1 OBR'I'll.4li WBA&P, BOSTON. HINSDALE SMITH&. SON, (Succeoooro to H.SMITH & CO ) PACKERS AJrD JOBBERS OF Connecticut Lea.f Tobacco 1LEAFtTOBACCO, And Manufacturers o f all Grade of Cigars, No.2l11 Arcit. St., --LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, MONUMENTAL CITY-TOBACCO WORKS, No. 18l WEST PU'l"1' STIU'l', lW.'l'IKOiil, Manuracture!' of all ki11ds oq! & 185 WEST ,THIRD 20 HAMPDEN Springfield, Mass. Wholesale Dealers ia lLEAF" AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO; NO. 322 NORTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA .. A large assortment of all kindS of LBAF ToBACCO constant! on hand. ANArHAN k AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I SM:OKING TO:UACCO AND SNUFF, ED. WISCHMEYER. HY WlSG;_ ED. WISCHMEYER & CO., ComiHission Merchan-ts, AND DEALERS IN PLUG TOBACCO 1: CIGARS, 39 SOUTH CALVERT STWEET, N11Aa LoM8AaD STanT, B.&.LTJKO.K."-CORKER OF ELJI STREET, CXNCINN.A.'I'I, OKIO. I a co., FINE CIG!RS, AND DEALERS. IN L'EAF TOBACCO, 1eo _w:a:s-r S'I':BJC:a:'I', CINCINNATI, OHIO. F. G. ,Tobaooo Works, Toledo, Ohio, CHARLES R. MESSINGER, MANUFACTURER OF The Oel.e'bratod NORTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. W. G, MORRIS, A .MBROSIA I. E. McDOWELL & CO., JULIUS VKTTERLEIN & CO.. cammiuionan4WboteaatDalroln Leaf TobaCCO TOBAC.CQ WORKS. TOBACCO Seed Leaf' and And Wb>leoalo l)ealenoiD LU.I' AJJD SPENCE BROTHERS" co. I ANI> Ha.va.na. and. Ya.ra. Ka.nufa.ctured Tobacco .:e::n.e>KEB., lNG 6o and 82 JIAVAU 117 Lombard Street, ... .lND-ao&BS, OFFICE, 4 coLLEGE BVILD li!I.A.&T T:a:::r::a::o sor. General C&mmiSSiml lerchaJts,: Solo Agents forth uALTDtoRE.:am. _, 1 :a:xo ....... Plaee, a.u.TIXoR:a:. s7 West !'rODt. Bt., cmciJmati. <:INciN1uTI, ouro. 39 NORTH WATER sT.,.-..n&delphla. "U.S. Solid-Top CIOAR MOULD," ..:====:;:=====::;::======:::::;:;::;;:;::= I U" 135 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA. Pa. PJlfl&delphia '-A.dvertisem.ebtll. DOHAN & TAITT,. RADY & co., HIGHEST PRIZE IIIBDAL AND DIPLOMA AWARDED AT THE CBNTBNliiAL 211 NOli.Tll: 'l'BmD S'l'., Philaclelphia., Pa.., BXJIIBITION OF 1876. nwto CUIIISSIDI om, coMmissioN MERCHANTs RoBIRso a ARnaaws PATIIT MAcmBat A.R.CH STREET, FOR THE SALE or Roll, Twist and Spun Tobaooo: ..-.to'2' Ohio and Other Leaf Tobaccos, BilBY MIYIR & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Wholesale Dealen OHJO AND CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO, 4:8 Front St CinoiDD.ati, 0. HtNSDALE SMITH, C. 0. HOLYOKE, COKKISSION DRCBANT In LEAF and MANUF AOTUB.ED 'l'OBAOOO, 1.2 Centt"al Wharf, Bostott. Southern Advertisem.ea:t .. J. M. w,.., Daovllle, Va. P. w, ., YIU' JAm I & PiYTQlf WISl COMMISSION DRClLUrl'S Fortbel'arcllueof .- LEAF TOBACCO. A44relr'l!l at :BlchmOD4-or Du6, 'Va.t As you may wish to buy In tbe one or the othw aaartet WM. E. DIBRELL, LBAP TOBACCO-IIDDB, 1410 Cary str-t RICHMOND. VA. AND Philadelphia, 'Constp ... enu or OHIO eopeciallysoliclted. BATCHELOR BROS MICHA'EL WARTMAN A SON, F. w. No. fl f. co -LR 'ROY BBPIIl-IIS, "PECULIAR" Commission !!erchanta; N. 'Vtne and rror.t Skeets. .II. .and .. TODAO C 0 I CIN-CINNATI, o. IN COMMISSION MERCHANTS For and WHOLESALE DEALER:; In Wl AID IAIDFAtTWD oza/.A.::n.a. II JrORTII Jl'lft'll ST., a.11d 8, W. Co WATBa and AR()H ST8,, p, O.JJO'X US$, LEAF. TOBACCO, & CO., 12U WKarbt.s-t., bet. KaJn. Ueconcl.Sts., IIB'1'11&8JIVaG, 'W'A. PHILADELPHIA. Pa. A. J. Manufacturer ot J'OSIPJI WALLlCii Th,ia Machine ECONOltiiZES LABOR. and WRAPPER, etc., and makes smooth and ;ven It is attended by Or' and will make from to 3)\ lochet in diametel'. Tbl is tho VERY lllACBI!IIB W.un>ED BY AJIERICAN MANUFACTV&BRS. Apply Jo.-Circularo V n. Louu .. ImDortD!IS of HA l \)A ,IG'RS, CA.i<:e11ran4sllof-lmport e dllc0l!ll:ealwaysonhan4. IIi Al1 \J A J. H. PDIBERTON, JAs. G. Pxll
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'MAY 9. SPIESS, KERBS a Manufacturers of Fine Cigars, Jl.Dd Dsala:.s in LEAF TOBJlCQO, 1014, 1016, 1018, 1020 SECOND AVENUE, 310, 312, 314 F'IFTY-FOURTH STREET. ADOLF KE'RRS. LOUIS SPIESS. .ll,IL FOSTBL ED. HILSON, WYMAK BELIANUB OI&AR IANUF.ACTORY. I FOSTER, HILSON "' co .. .y. "\ 1. -. ,. '! 'T'1 79 CllAKBEBS S'l'. 3 Doors W eat. of :Bro&4 wq, N. Y .. MANUFACTURERS pF Fine AND SOLE P'ROPRIETOB.S OF THE -"' r, j \ :; \ \ ./. ..._""" PATENTED WILLOW. CIGAR BOX. l. HIRSCHHORN & CO. :N'o. ss w .A.'I'::m:a s-r:a::m::m'I', MANUFACTURERS OF[ FINE. JLW:IADE CIGARS, AND SOLE !ANUF ACTURERS AND JOliN W J CARROLL, Sole Maaufactore r ot the :.-amotls and Wel'ld renowned Brand of VIRCINIA SMOKINC T88ACC08, LOIE J ACI AND BROW I DICK, Manufactory: TWELFTH STREET, LYNCHBURG, VA. aDd prompUJ_ t o. < -__:_ Price Lbt --nRft' PRIIIIII -Q&I,, Vlllllfl'IA IIIXIIIBITIOB, U'J3, CARL MANUFACTUR.J!!Il Of :K :&I E B. & 0 :13: .A.'D' AND AMBER. GOODS, 398 GRAND XEW YORK. AND VIENNA; Austria. :M. SALOMON, M. ell B. S.&LOl.Y.IOl\1', PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, AND IMPORTERS OF Havana Tobacco and Ci.al;ars, '5 MAIDEN "(, \ T H E T 0 B A C C 0 L E A .. MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF -; THREE THOUSAND POUNDS TO THE AcRE.-BY E R. B ;LLINGs.-[From th Hartford Courantl.-The early w riters on t o bacco we r e fond of extol l ing the rare v i rtues, r e markat>le quali tie s and pecul iar kin d of soil required for this singu la r plan t Some writers ga ve curiou s a cco u n ts of t h e s i ze of the weed, and inLobel's "History of plants, print e d at. Antwerp (157 6 ) is a. cut represen tin g the weed as a t taining the height of our largest trees, while th e leaves we should jud g e might mea s ure at least ten fee t i n l e ngth Dr. Liebault in his work entitled the Collin try Farm" (16 o 6) in co, sa y s that it "craveth a fat soil.' & Phy sic1ans wrote of its wonderful cura fve p ower s-that it could heal the sick, was a certain cure for the gout, as well as very usefu l i n colds and fevers. Others still asserted that its use im proved one's In Edward Sharpham' s comedy, The Fleire (16r5) one of the characters (who is a fashion able smoker) says to anothe r : "Before I took tob acco I was an arrant ass," and adds, "Faiih these gentlemen have long used my company, yet you see how tobacco hath already refined their spirits. ''We have no de>ire to enroll our name with that of either class al luded to, yet the honest grower of the plant may thillk s o, a fter rea ding the t i tle of this article. At first thought it may be supposed that 8, ooo pounds of leaf tobacco can not be grown on a single acre of laRd, but whell the method adopted is fully it can be doubted by even the most incredulous. D o ubtl e ss some at least w!to read this article have grown 2 300 pound s or even J,soo pounds, of tobacco to the acre, and we remember to h a ve read several years ago of a tobacco grower in Massachusetts who raised 2,6oo pounds of leaf tobacco on a single acre of ground .. These amounts are usually considered very large, and when it is affirmed that one ton and a half of tobacco has been obtai ned from a single acre, many \\-ill regard it as I simply a bar room story or wholly a myth. SMOKE.RS'. 501 YORK. I Centennial Medals awarded far Beauty, of Design, Skill Displa.yea in Fabrication, POPULAR .ST LE and CHEAPNESS. d 0 "" 0 Et fr1 r-tJrl .n Cl) pf f-< J. OF OJ&ABIII'Pl'llll ABD PIII ...... 'OJI JIIADIII TO POREJGJII FOU.K !KI,UA.RES (66 Lllaea.) Cl01IJI'I'IUJn. Ill BQIID DIIUI:CI' rBOJII JIEW ORa.L Over Two Columns, One Y ear .................................... .. oa.oo -..,. do d o Six Mqnths, '"5"" I do do Thre e Moutho, 6o.oo ,J 1 1 J.lllRST PA.GE-Oae lq_re, (I lJoDpaNU Llaeo.) JfO& &AJ,E. A Freola Supr,tfEol 1' PpumloGenalue' D ERTONGUE" Fl..-r, J"breeMonths ................................... ..................... ,., _.. lor ... ACCO M anuf:u:tnr.n, ... Six M o'.\ths .................. $4o .oo I One Yeaz ................ ... H,OO ia loti to aut t purc ba&entt...at igu.rea Transiena Advertisements on the 310 Cent per Line lor MARBUR.G BROTHE.KS. each ineertion Names a l one in "Ba!dneu Dlnc;tory or Adtsrtlllei'A,111 14!. 147 aDd 149 S. Charles Strt'!et, Baltimore, &14. .Fiat Paae, Oae Year ................. ......... ..... .......

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THE TOBACCO LEAF. M'AY 9. Tobacco Brokers. ANDERSON& LICORICE. I 1.:1CORICE .,-PASTE.; ,JOHN BOKER J(ANl.J 1' ACTUlli!.RS OF '1'11 DB mm TOBACCOS TOBACCO 00. 114-nnd 116 LIBERTY STREET, NEW Tobacco the tude 27 Pearl Street, in geReral are particularly requested to NEW YORK. examine and test the superior properdls n1J act I FIB"BD BRO a.. to di...,. tbe attention or the Del;le toO& .EAKL ST., NEW YORK, Harvest, Surprise & Seaside Galuy, Ivl!o!lhee and Eellwether, Gn.nul&te4 Idee ..... a-t, Seleet aad OnllaiUl')', otaatly on hand .. LEAF TOBACCO, & R.. SMITH: l G l P rt Z S. COMSTOCK, euera a neu. Ill W. L<1CKWOOD, Special. Fircsi6e, Jolly Boys aoo Red LOll! Cit AIIUIIIAU, WALLIS l CO.t &2 BROAD ST., NEW YORK. 29 .t 31 Bou.t.h W'!ll!am Street CHAKL&8 F. QSBORNE, All Grades Snua. LICORICE PASTE AND STICKS. JAMES. .G. J'obuc c o Bro7t:ery CI6ARITITS, TOBACCOS. ... :RICE PJl'ER.. WJBUCHANAN & LYALt::LL; Of:B.ee :-54 :Bro-c! St., Hew York--P-O.BOX nn. Factory:-No. 2 FIRST DISTR1CT, SOUTH BROOKLYN MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BRA:NDS OF PLUG, CHEWING aad SMOKING TOE.A.CCO. S V PL PLANET AVV u G I 8AILORS l'" ... ::-e., 'Jo, So, 9, CIBA.LLEI'(QE 1...; 'wA.sJ:i .. II e., 'Jo, ... 9&, 101. XITCHELL. i'IARRAGA!f Thlek, brt. drk. JIAGGDa Bl1CHAN-Uf, 10o. JACK 0P ()Ll1JIII PH,ILIPSIIUI8ATION, FL0l1 ...... 1111COI'IQ1JJEREP GRAPE AND APBICXI'I' P.A.LX. GOL u BARir. PliiD:-:e.1 1 oo. PEEIU.IIR l!loT .A. 'VT a POt,KET PIECES. ,.. P:E:N"::m c:rt:J'T O:&::m VV :El!lol'Cih ACME. Q .... w . w. s. ITEB1. 7l Erra.A, p, S. BAB.ACCO .Ll'ID A.TELL.lt DE B.OSA1 EXCELSIOR JIILLB. :J'AVORITE llllldo8 I'QWDERED LICORI()III, Ql1JI ARABJC, OLIVE OJL, BE.&.l'l .. No. M BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. M::B.ADER & SON, TOBACCO BROKERS And a'l Soecialties for T ooacc::o facturers. No. 50 Beaver Patent Powclered Licoric&, l NEW YORK. WEAVER & STERRY, A. sHACK, 1 MO. STREET. TOBAGCO BROKER, ) .. .L. 1 No. 129 Maiden Lane. I X L MEW OWDE'RED fP POWDERED LIQUORICE. LICJO.RICE FDIEST Qt7ALITY. .... faetu'et a& Poughkeepsie, New York. GIFFOBD, IBERIAN & INNIS, 110 'Wlll1am Street. I NEW YOU. SMOKINC AND CICARETTE TOBACCO. l\T R AwrSADO VIRGINIA BRIGHT CUT CAVENDISH .... n:s.ELY .A.ND FINELY POWDERED WO::a.:LDs ::r .Il\ AND :i:t 'tT:BY IMPoRn:R oF sPANisH L1coa1cE .aooT, P.o. Office: Central Street, LICODICB. PA(ITB, (ITJC(t', ExTRAcT, -==::=-==:--:-:=::: ...... =-----2lL:2H!;._:T!;02;D!?_D!!.:.,;, u ll ll ll LAl1REL LEAVES, DmoT AXD Aaacnr AND ALL sPECIALTIEs Foa TONKA BEANs, oF THE MANUFAcTuRE ov Q 0 0 D WIN & C 0 TOBAcco HANUFAcruaERs cxNNA'lloN, G W G "1 &, A MANUFACTunRs ol' 14 Broadway, New York. oRANGE 1 ANI8EBD, CARAWAY SEED, "' :x:, s')ne Cut Tob'lcco sPANISH ::::: ... BALTIMORE .L "' LICORICE(PASTE QUJIARABIC,&RAJlVANDPOWDERED, Ol1lll JIYRRH, Ll1111P .LND POWDERED, 207 c.. 209 WATER STREET PIL. AR"BRANDt-Gl1JI TRA.QA.C.LNTH, FLAKE AND f ft POWDERED, 121 BOWERY NEW YORK NEW YORK ESSENTIAL OILS, ( I 0 Ye bee to. call the of Tobacce Manur-OLIVE OIL, Ll1C only Genuine American Gentle .-n Snuff; :M..,.. G. II. Miller & Co. Maccaboy aad Scotch Snuff; A. H. Mickle & Sons' Forest ltose and 1Grape Tohacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller &: Co. Reserve Smokbag and Chewing Tol>><:co. Dr All oreral!pdlea nude to tbe Jobbllll trade. .., -INI BRIER AND. FANCY WOODS, MANUFACTURED BY BARVBY a FORD, SAl-ESROOM-36& & 38'1' CAXAL &"rBBE"r, liEW YORE, I' AQTQRYLEDGER PLACEt PHILADELffl! BUEHLER POLHAUS, 'Q,BIUKB iUO[iiiSCiiiicLA PHIS. And all Kinds of SMOKERS' A TICLES. 83 Chambers and 65 Reade Streets,' New York. -----REJALL & BECKER, MANUFACTUREl!.S OF IEERSOBAUI & AlBER GOODS, AND I:IIPORTERS OP FRENCH PIPES-ARTICLES ll'o. 5 Chambers Street, l!lol'e't'V York. PRXCE LXST OF SPAlUSH AMERICAN & GERKAN CIGAR RIBBONS. Yds. Yd 9road Yellow s 8 Extra o $:a oo Na.rraw Yellow "4-8 No 1 Broad Yellow s-8 No. t r So Narrow Yellow 4_8 u. 111 Broad Yellow 5-8 7:J 1 6S Narrow Yellow :.a u 71 Broad Yellow s 8 72: 45 Loudres Yellow :-8 ,. 72 Hroad Rtod s 8 ?:1 I 90 Londre1 Yellow 1-s u 2 34 Broad Red s 8 ,, 75 Loqdre. Yellow I3 34 Red 5-8 72: 1 SS Londrea Chico -4 3 34 s 8 1 72 1 90 Londrea Vellow u 3+ Espanola s-8 2 12: I 75 Londrea Yellow ,-a :u JS 34 Eapauola s-8 3 72 1 53 Londrea Yellow ;S r6 :tO l4 Narrow Rtd 4-8 ,, 1 55 Loqrlrcs Red 7_a H 1 3 Nan ow Red 4-8 72 c 40 Loud ret R.ed 3-- 2 3 Narrow o4-8 3 72 1 o Red Bos: Ribbon 5 : Yellow llox Ribbon 3-1 71 ::ms:tra. S-tyle Fl.:l.bbou.. J!WI:a.de flo RIBBONS CUT It PRINTED ANY SIZ.E AND STYLE. .A.LL ORDERS PROJIIPTL T EXECl1TED. TE.RJIS CASH. Price of Cigar Boxes P.Dd Sample of IU111ton Seat oa Applicatloa 20Q CHAT AM IMPROVED HOWH 8GALH8. 'ltuo '""7 :ocale made wnll !'. ua-4 by the following emtaeat P. LORILL.A.RD a:. C::O New York BVCBAliAJI a:. LYALL:"New Yook' .JA.8. B. lttchmoad, Va.; P. JI.L TO a:. BRO., ltt,hmond, Va.; VBir.LBLJC a:. co., Pete1sburg, va.1 BROil,. Louiavlllo, BPTI&HOVI & &EDUY, SPAIISH CEDAR' TINFOIL FOR CIGAR BOXES. AGENTs FOR Warranted Pure Tin, FO:S. WB.APPING C1GA:S.S ani CIG.A.UT'l'ES, all4 Ll::lDIIG ClG-Ai BOua. OSTRUM'S CIGAR-BOX HAILING MACHINE. OF BROOKLYN, :N. Y. BUSINESS OFFICEI: 124 Water St., New: York, 16 Central Wharf, Boston ; 25 Lake Street, Chicago; 51 IORTB WATER STRiiT, PBILADILPBIA. Factory : ;No. 1 First District, N. Y. THE OEJ.EBRATED 'J.1IB CELEBRATED ''IA,.CBLESS,' "PBUIT .GAKE," BRICHT, All Sizes; '' PXON"E:Iii'R." Dark, all Sizee. .WITTEMAII BROTHERS, 18, WJLLIAII S'l'JUbrl'. J(, Y UfM. ZJRSIIBB. a GO., -roBACCO WAl. And Importers tf GIJceriat.Jnp. a... M. 189' WUliNRSt.. '8W ..-.a. :1. QOJ:JIZI. .. oo lmpotters au. \ .MauufKturqw of GERJ[Alll' .AJlD 8-TCB Clal: .. o!'f!p. e Heinrich Goebel Sol-Ine, Genuine GrossaiiRerode Plpa, 129 Maideu. l.ane. K. 1!'. ESTABLISHED 1'1'98. Cigar ManufacturerS} Are informed that we are abte to IUpply the Trade with flnt cla11 PACDJI4 at IIIMd notice. Ploaae' address correspond.eaee ta tM t CIGAR PAC SOCIETY, S MICHALIS & CO., 115 E Ho...ton Stroot; or E. M. GATTEJlDAM !Coatroller of -Taccln), 109, Norfolk Street, New York City. 11'1 OBD.AB ST., NE. W YOBJ\ ..., josEPH LOTH &i CO., MANt:FA.CTUREilS OF ALL KINDS OF CIGAR RIBBONS. CONSTAI'TLY. ON HAXD A FULL ASSORl'ME T t LOW'ES'l' MARKET blCES. c Factory t 8aleI'Oo : WEST t,5..._ ST., t,t,6 BROOJIII!i: ST, York. ALBX. Jt. YAK RAMDOHR