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

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VOL. XIII.--NO. 42. [ESTABLISHED 1864.] NEW--YORK; MON:QAy, 2.6, 1877. WHOLE NO. 666 [EIITA.BLISIIED 1864.] PUBLIIIJIED. Every MONDAY Morning -BY-I( The Tobacco Lear" PnblislliDa: Go., 142 :Fultoa St., N.,.. York. EDWARD BURKE, Editor. JOHN G. GRAFF, Business M:ana2cr. ,.,All Letlenl okould be plainly add...,.,,O, .. THE Tos.coo LE..u',. PuBLI8Bnm Co. TERIIIS OJ.I' THE PAPEB. 8INOLJJ: OoPIU ... 0 10 Cftl.t.R ..: :.: ::: .. : :::.:: .::. :'4J'J ar Remember that the coot to the Yearly or Monthly s ubecriber 1& L&M TBAM EtaBT C\-re PER WD31. AID."UAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ABROAD Ga.u.T BRITAllf AND (axADA. ........ 15.04 BllEIID. H.AilBURO Al'fD 1'11& CoN"l'iKK;Nt. fl.04 AUATIW.Ll, ETc via EJniiL&ND .. .. .. .. .. 5.04 CUBA ........................................ 5.111 No onlei'B for the paper will be <lt Brotbero, 11!8 Water. Koenig H Sll911ow..,. JCremelberg 1< Co. 160 Pearl. L&chenhrucb I< Bro. 104 Water. Lederer &: :J'Iaobel, :113 Pearl. Levin IlL H IIIII Pearl LichteDStein Broo 121 Bowery. Lohell!IOOin & Gano, 101 lllalden Lane. lllaltland Robert L. &: Co. 48 Broad. llartln J. W. I'U Front llueller Erru!t I< Co 122 Pearl N euberger li Sleiuecke, 18llllaiden LaDe oatman Alva,118 Water. Ottinger Brothero. 48 Broad. Paullll!ch II. 147 Water Pnce Wm. X 119 Halden Lane. llei8m&Dn G 1!!8 Pearl Sawyer, WalJace & Oo. 47 Broad. 8chm!U J. 8118 TIUrd Av. 8choverlln H. 1411 Water. 8chroeder & Bon, 178 Water. Schub&rt H &; Co. 1411 W-r. lloovWe A H & Co. 1'10 W&ler Solngarn E. & Co. s Burilng Slh>. Slraiton & Storm, 178 8Dd 180 P"ea.rJ. Btrohn &: lleltzensteln, 176 Front. SUtton John R. 217 Canal Taf:, Cbarleo F & SOD. 104 Front. Tateenhom F w. & Co as Broad. Tbompooa. 8. E. & Co. M &nd 156 Broad. Upma.nn, Carl, 178 Pearl. Tobc=i> for Aleating Pllllhlto 0. 11. 188 Pearl LIUie 'l'bomaa G 1911 Pe&rl. Comm.:..ion Jlerclumtll : Reyneo & Oo ., 48 &: 48 Eicbange Place. Buyer of Toba<:accoo. Andenoon John&: Co. 114. 11e ADd 117 Liberty. lluehanan & Lyall M Broad. llucbDer D. 1118 aDd llU ;Duane. Goodwin&: Co. 001 & 209 Water. Hoyt Thomas & Go. 40f Pear1. Kinney Broo. 141 Weot Broadw&.J' Lorlllard P &: Oo. 114 Water. :McAlpin D. H. & Co. cor Avenue D and Tenth. )!!ller G. B. & Co. 111 Columbia. l'loneer Toh&ooo Company, l:U Water. ...4gentl !Or Ch.eu:ling and SrrWidno etc. Engelb&cb F. W B. W88hingion Square Hen A. & Co. 43 Liberty. Lindhelm IlL 169 Water Wille & Bendhelll\, 121 Bowery Jlau.tacturen of Olgan. Bondy Charleo, M Bowery. Glaccum & 8cbl01180ll', 16 Bivington. Hartoorn J. A. 21 Bowery Heilbroner &: J ooepbs, 6114 to 640 E. Sixteenth Hlroch D. & Co. 128 and 1110 Bivington ADd 88 Wall. Hirllchhorn L. &: Oo. ll9 W&ter. Kaufman Broo. II: Bondy, Ul9 &: 181 Grand. Kerbo & Bpi.... 1014 to tWO Beooa d A v &nd 810 to 814 Flft.r-tourtb Le"J' Broo, IIIIi and 121 Broome Lfclilienoteln Broo. & Oo 11118 and 2'10 Bowery Lichtenol,.eln A & Co. -M'and ..ao.. & -Oo. 101 Bowery Jrlnclelll. w. &: Bro. 161-t Bowery Orgler S. :1116&od 'llfl Greenwkh Bokohl -&: 8oeltOrler of Clati Pipu. Bat:ler H. & lkotker 'It Water Buebler & PolhaW!, 88 Chambero Demuth Wm. & Oo. 601 Broad,.&y Goebel J & Co. lllllll&ldeD Lane. Hen A. & Co. 48 Liberty Kautmaun Broo. & BoDdy, 1119 and 1 8 1 Grandi .ICGIW/cwturer of Briar Pipu Importers of dmokenl' .drtlcle.. Buehler &: PolbaUB, 88 Chamhen Demuth Wm. & Oo 601 Harvey & Ford. 11115 and 8117 Hen A & Oo. 41! Libert)' Kanfmnn Broo. & J!oli Oedar Zurlcalday & Argulmhau, 102 Pearl Man\4/acturers oJ Tobocoo Ftawws. Hfllier'o R. Sons & Co. 60 Cedar 8chleftellD W H. &: Co. 170 and 17\l William Importers of Gumr, Tonqua Be4m, ct>. llerrfck T. H & Co. 130 and 111:1 Willl&m .Mat nifact14TeTJ of .Po1.odered Licorfue. Brinkerholr V W. 47 Cedar Hfllier's R..SOns & Oo. 60 Cedar Weaver & SteiTJ", 24. Cedar Seed Leaf Tobacco I>Up Co 45 Broad Tobacco Pruo475 East Tenth Steam BfXtlf'd Outting md Band Saw Mill frw Cutting OigarBox Wood. Read Geo. W & Co. LewiB Spa.nith and German Cigar Heppenhe!mer & Maure;J 22 and 2.4 N. WOllam Lobenetein & Oa.nts,_ 101 Maiden Lane Loth J os. & Co. 444 Broome Strauss Simon, 179 Lewis Wicke Wm. e.dw&y Tol>acoo Lrme 11 Rtwkln Oigo.rettu. J:ckmey.,.. & Oo. 48 Broad &nd 48 New lfanufactu...... of &aiCigar Buc haDa.n & Lyall, M Broad Man-vjacturers of Oi(}OrlacMco. Conrad Chas. H & Co Trowbridge W. H. Buyer of Leaf T obacco. PriceJ. M. DETROIT, Mich. ManuFrs of C hewing and Smoking Toba cco. Barker K. C & Co. 74 and 76 Je1Terson A.v P&rker A. & Co. 49 to IS7 Jefterson.A.v Walker, McOraw & Co. 31 to 35 Atwater .lfanufactlir ers oj Ciga rs a;ut Dealen1 in Leaf ., .. Sullivan & Burk, 48 and !0 Congress, East 1 MaiuMco. B laCkwell W. T & Co DulceW. Lyono z. I & Co EVANSVILLE, Incl. Tob&coo Commiuion Mrchantl. .Morris C. J &: Co Tobacco Broker. NoeiW. T HAVANA, Culta. .U..f Tobt1uo ()o,nmiiWm Ml!1'cltanl. Deetjen, J .Alfred, 67 C&lzado del Honte Cigar Vallejo y Granda, Calle Ban Rotael No. HARTFORD, CoDDo Packers and Deakr in &Ob Xre'melberg, f5.cbaetrer & Co. Common PADUCAH, Kr I To'bal:ch Broker. Clar.k M. H. & Bro. Puryi!at T H.J Manufacturer fJ/ Tobacco. & Burgauer PETERSBURG, Va. Tobacco M eroha.nta Roper LeRoy &: Sons Manufacturers of Plug and Smoking Tobacco a.n4 Dea"ler in Leaf Tobncco. Ven&ble 8. W. & Co. Manu{CJetrcrs o f Sweet Nrwy .Chewing. Jackson C. A & Co. PHILADELPlUA. Tobac co Warehou.se3. Tobacco Warehousu. Ana than M &: Co. 220 North Third Bamberger L. & Co. 111 :.l.rch B i-emer's Lewis Sons. 822 North Third 'Courtney James A. 53 North Front Dohan & Taitt 107 Arch Barker & Waggner, 29 South Gay Boyd W. A & Co. 8:l Boutll. Gunther L. W Y Buuth Gay Kerckholf & Oo. t9 South Charles Kreme lberg J D. & Co .Mallory D. D.; E. E. Wenck, Hanager1 and 48 SOuth ChArles Marriott, G. H. M 25 Oennan .. :,=: Place Tate, Jdull&r &: Oo. 69 Wlacnmeyer Ed. &: Co. 89 South Calvert Tobacco Jlan.ufacturerl. Fe]Jm.er F. W & Son, 90 South Charles Gail & Ju 28 Barre llarburg Brotben;, 145 to 14g South Charleo Wilkens H & Co. 181 w..,t Pratt Patent Stem. Rollers. Koroltholr G. & Co., lt9 South Charleo Paclc.r& of Seed Leaf and Importer& of Ha van a 1'obauo. Becker Broo. 116 Lombard BOSTON, II .... Oonnnia.W?i Muchcn.t. Holyoke C 0 12 OenlralWbart iti Havana atld Leaf To-- bacco a Ad Cigars. DaY-port & Lese 69 Broad. .Maftu/a.Ct'rl o f Srtwlting Tobacco and Oigar8. lladdln, F L. & J. A. 1 86 Hanoer Tobac co Co11unission Merchant & FalleiU!Itein & Son .. B:ROOJU.YN. N.Y. Man"-fac:N.ren of Chewing and Smoking 1bbacco. Flagg John F & Oo. 176 and 178 Fr8t CHICAGO,m. W71olual< Dealer in &aceo and Oigar. Lacco, lleyer Hy. & Co. 46 Front Woinkelman F & Co. 112 FrnD t Nan".(acturert of FineOut C!hewi:ng and Snwki"fl Tobacco. Spence Broo. & Co 62 and M East Third LeaJ Tobacco Broker11. DohrmaDD F. W. corn. e. VIne and l'n>nt .Morrl8 W. G. 87 W. Front Man".(acturerr of Cigars attd D ealerB in Leaf Tobat:co. Krohn, Fefso & Co, 161 to 165 W. Third cor Elm Lowenthal S. I< Co. 100 Weot Fourth Tietig H. & Bro. :115 W. Filth Wei! .Kahn & Oo. 134 Main Sheet Metnl Ciga r Moulth. Duhrul Napoleon & Co. 441 and 443 Plwn Leal Thbacco Inspection. Prague F. A. 9ll West Front stream Oi.garBox Factorv. Geise B & Brother, ga Clay .Dunn T J. F ifteenth and Vine Eisenlohr Wm. & Co. 115 South Water Loeb Jooepb, 62 North Front McDowell M. E. & Co: I)'!) North Water Moore & Hay a5 North \Vater Sank J. Rinaldo&: Co. 32 North Water Sarver, Cook &: Co. 105 North W&ter Teller Bro .. hers, 117 .Nort.h Third WOOowa.rd GaJTett & (;o., 33 North Water Han11j'r& of F'iruJ Cigars and Tobacco Oigaretta Gumpert Broo. 1341 Chestnut Importerof Havana Tobacco and Cigars and Dealer in &l Leaf. Costa.s J. 131 Walnut Manufacltfrtr& of Plug Tobacco. Miller Cills & Co 212 to 218 Carter Manujru;tur e r o f S-nu1f and Sm.ok"'ing Tobacco. Wallace Jas. G66 to 672 North Eleventh Manufacturers o f Cigars Batchelor Bros. Market Hildebrand & 87 North Seventh Ludv Jno J. 528 and 525 Soutb. Twentieth MIU'8hal.l, T W. 12 North Fotulh. Theobald A. H Thfrd and Poplar Dunn 'T. J.' Fifteenth iuld Vine To Exchange ROCHESTER,]![, Y. of Tobacco. Whalen R. &: T. 182 State ManU!actur c:,: IY&ACUIE, lf, Y. Pot.:k.ro in &eel Leaf and Dealer in Ha"""" Tobacce Hler G. P & Co. 25 North Sallnll Manufac!1trers of Cigar Bou. Lieret &: Blasdel, 168 arid 1711 East Water Patmt.t Tobdccb 8trippel' Hull D. H 86 West Geneeee TOLEDO,O. Manuj'a<(,....,. of and Smoking To-Messin"ger Charles R. Man'Uja.ctu.rers of Tobacco Dampener1 and Spraye rs. Messinger C R. and Smith Jona.. WESTFIELD, llaoo. and Dealer in Set!d Uaf Tobacco. Buschmann J obn C NEW' YORK, M(}!qDAY, NOVEXBER 26, 1877. WILLIAM AUG. ROESLER. \CKE co., ciGAR BOX ltlAN1JF AttrOKBR.s, 'tsa: to .16't '9oerck BEST MATERIAL & SUPER R .ft1AKE. :a, E :.: "0:. 0 B D PRICE l.IST Spani&b, American and. German, C-ar Broad T eUo .................. Eztra ... 6-tltwo.l, '1'2 yd. 11.86 ....... No.1 .. .. 6-fl. .. 'Tiyct. l.'TO .. .. .. 2 .... 6-fl '1'2 ,... 1.80 2a ... :r8 ,.,.... 1.40 '' 3 .... 6-8 '1'2-ydo 1.4o0 Bread Bed. 1 ... 3-8 'l'lyct. 1.80 .. 2 .6-8 'l'2 ycb 1.'TO ................... 3 .. .6-8 .. 't2,.... 1.60 :.::.: : : ::::: :: Lt-1 .. .. . .. . .... . 3 .... 6-fl 'l'2 ,.... 1.60 Narrow Bed ................. 1 .. 6-8 'Nycl. 1.60 .. .. ... ,. .. ..... 2 .... .&-8 'T2ycl. 1.30 N..:..ow t:!:: ::= t36 .. .. .. .......... 2 .... 6-8 'l'2 yds 1.20 .... . .. ... 3 .. 't2ycb o.86 Londree . ""'QV. :El.E.A.D d, OQ_., iee 1:c:> BOO :Lo:BI"'VV::E& &T l!lir:m"'VV DIRIGO. CIGAR -. CO.,. IAN UP ACT U B B B S 0 P PI I H C I & A B s FACTORY. FRANK McCOY.) rEDWARD T McCOY HAVANA 'TOBACCO. OA UTION" I WE HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PARTIES WHO INFRINCE ON OUR TRADE I w. a c. I Acquired under the LawsoftheUnited States,thattheywlll be prosecuted byLaw. Ofllce, 65 Pine St. &, CO. SUTTER BROS., Dealers in LEAP Chicago, Ill. _Western Cigar Manufacturers will finii. it to their advantage t() deal with us.

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2 and female at present engaged progress whwh the apprentice girls are makjng and the determmatwn of the manufacturers not to make any conc98SIOUS to their late workmen To secure thiS m a preciSe form was the sole obJect of our mvestlgations and as will be seAn we per fectly succeeded ill the undertakmg the manufuc turers graciOusly replymg to each mterrogatory with cheerfulness and promptitude The workmen /on strike 1t 18 evident from the revelatiOns made R-fUr sketch may as well abandon the Idea 'which th?t to entertam that the manufacturers must ultiiDately y1eld to the demands of the C1gar Makers Uruon J udg}Jlg from tljmr wordsand manner any departure now ()r hereafte r from the attitude of resiStance winch they have aBIIumed 1.8 not to be expected We behave w e hazard n Jthmg m saymg there IS not a smg,le me!!} her of the N lonal C1gar .A!IsoCJa.tion not now emplOyillg Uruon men who would notr jn"efer abandoning busmess to y1eldmg to what he believes IS the unJust demands of the U ruon The manufacturers illdiVJdually and collect1veiy a1e firmly to yield That thev are m a conditiOn llv has been 8Jll1Cably settled between the P H. S anJ those Of the trade WhO hold different VleWS on the !subJect by electmg a new Board of Trade ()tleasantness the trade at the warehouses was at 8. standstill for aoout ten dayM and the Bulls succeeded ih sendmg leaf up about 10 cents a pound or :more The Danville New11. says -Board of Trade all Hunkee -We have the pleasure to an nounce that all the diffi culties heretofore ex1stmg m the tobjl.cco trade of Danville have been 8Jll1Cably settled and that 1lll the buyers are 'I egularly attendmg the P W Farrell Esq has been e!e(lted Pres 1dent T L Brown Esq. VIce President and Capt W T Law Secretary and Treasurer We congratulate the upon this fact -as tne tobacco trade can now on as usual unmterrupted by these local d1ssensi us They may now dehver their tobacco at the warehouses w1th the assurance that they will obtain full market value manufactories are closmg up the year others are working half force to fill orders on hand The leaf mru;ketlil are all short of desirable goods and for those wbwh are good too high prwes are asked to msure ready sale Petersburg IS qmte short of leaf and Richmond commiSSion merchants ill many cases take their samples to the Petersburg Exchange and have their goods sold there The stock of old leaf tobacco on hand m all the VIrgmm markets IS very small and especially so m Dim ville where It IS smaller than usual Smoking tobacco manufacturers almost w1thout exception are busy and overrun with orders The new crop as everybody knows will be a large one but with regard to the quality of 1t professiOnals differ m their opm10ns and th1s IS noticeably case m the tobacco regiOn of Danville where the brightest tobacco grows PENNSYLVANIA Lane t er Lancaster Co Novembe:r ponden wntes as follows -The we:at11er mgly fine for so near Thanksgivillg are still busily-e"gaged ill stnppmg 1 877 crop m some illstances as htgh as 1 800 pounds ill one bulk The maJority of rmsers ."lr e at strwpmg but not as strong as quoted above full early as some apprehend damage by ea{ly sweatmg m bulk This crop IS I think one of the rmsed m this county for qmte a number of years arld IS very da1k even the short tobacco IS fine and freb from holes From present appe ranees 1t seems though dealers are afra1d they will not all get t obahco enough m Old L ancaster as has been reported some two weeks ago that partws al\l offermg high for the weed even if only a part IS bemg strippe As I could not trace It at tliat t1me to a trustwo thy source I gave It no credence but news came m on Saturday based on rehable authonty that a rarty from our town made an offer on 3 acres (nearly al bemg stripped) of 20c through (wrappers fillers and seconds) and another gentleman was offermg 24c for wrai!pers and 5c for fillers but what amount of acres COjlld not state So by these figures 1t shows that fa prlCeS can be expected for 1877 crop Dealers are still f!!lllmg on the slow m our City but the New York IS mterfermg somewhat at present but as soon as manufacturmg commences no doubt a full supply 1ll be needed and every available case of Pennsylvarua leaf will long be bought b efore 1877 1s m order to work Failures and Busmess ALLEGHEIIT PA -Peter Engelbrecht Tobacco advertised to be sold out by sher 1l' BALTIMORE MnW J Burnham & Co C gars nnd Tobacco Wm H ]l[cCabe (the Co) ha s g \CD a chattel mortgage to W J Burnham Chas l Lappe C1gar Packer chattel mortl(age 'I hater NOV 26 pe01ally worthy of note The first 1s that the production of manufactured tobacco for the last fiscal year was greater than for any other tl.sca.l year embraced w1thin the reports of this office 1th the smgle exceptiOn of the year ended June 30 1875 The second 18 that a larger amount of money was collected from ma.uufac tured tobacco put upon the market for coQSumptiOn than durmg any preVIous fiscal year and the third 18 the pleasmg one that a greater quantity of manufac tured tobacco and :QJ.ore c1gars were removed directly from the manufacfi\>nes for exportatiOn to foreign countne s iunng the last year than durillg any preVIous year of whwh an account has been kept These results are b elieved to be largely due to those proVISIOns of law wh1ch were mtended to give to the Government a gen11ral controJ over the move1nents of raw or leaf 1;o bacco regulatmg salelttansfer and shipment and preventing 1ts being sold for di.reoS eonsumption Wltnout tlie payment of any tax and m competitiOn w1th manufactured and tax prud tobacco and a con tmuance of these features of said l a w IS necessary to mamtam the piesent abount of IeCeipts from said source The CommlSsiOner renews m thiS connectiOn the recommendat10n which h e subrmtted ill blBlast annual report of additiOns to the law now m force An Important Document The followmg notice s1gned as will be seen by the promment local leaf tobacco buyers for the home and tormgn trade represents very clearly the feeling of those gentlemen regardmg the subJect of tobacco m spectwns as referred to at length m our previous ISSUe-TO THE TOBACCO FACTORS GENTLEMEN -We beg to notify you herew1th of our illtentiOn not to pay more than one dollar per hogshead for outage after the 1st of January next and of our agreement entered mto hereby not to purchase after that date tobacco stored m warehous that exact a h1gher rate unless factors deduct the difference from the :>ills of purchase -Respectfully G Reusens Toel Rose & Co Fatman & CD Chas Lulillg & Co I A Paul1 Reynes Bros & Co Carl Upmann Kremelberg & Co Ernst Muller & Co Henry E Sprague R H Arkenburgh Hermann Koop & Co Galwey & Casado Ottmger & Bro Buchanan & Lyall P Lorillard & Co D. H McAlpill & Cq Chas F Tag & Son Er1ch Meyer M Abenherm & C'o M Pappenhermer C E Hunt Jansen & Co S S Edmonston & Co Argwm bau Walb & Co G B Miller & Co tobacco manufacturers).. H A. Suau & Son C H Lthenthal Thos Hoyt & uo G A smck & Co The Pioneer To bacco Company -New ork Novemher 22 1877 (Cont2nued om Th2rd Page) 8 00@10 00 medtum. b:ill b 1ght wrappmg l eaf 15 00@18 00 medmm bnght .;wmpp ng leu 20 00@20 00 good to fatr bnght wmpp n g leaf 35 00@40 00 Tobacco m boxes and small Irregular packages generall 50c@$1 ifl 100 tbs less than quotations for full s1zed ho gs head s Hereafter and until co there will be puhhc sales only Tuesday and Fnday o each week FO EIGN AMSTERDAM Novem 10-Messrs Schaap&Van Veen fobacco Brokers 1e ort to THE TOBAOOO LEAF as follows -The m oveme nt d rmg the last week was of httle mportance for our m t cle Sales consisted of 85 hhds of Mar} land 830 bales of Sum tra and 1 941 lJales of Java to bacco mostly parcels wb ch ere not granted by tenders last month Imports w ere to 220 bhds of Maryland 46 hhds Mason County 9 hhds f V rgmm and 396 bales of Java. Stock to day -a90 hhd s Ma land 65 do Mason County 21 do Kentucky do Vug ma t 000 bales East India 1 2ti9 do Marula do Sumatra 20 8 8 do Java ANTWERP Novembe1 1 5 -Mr VIctor Forge To bacco Importer reports to 'llHE TOBACCo LEAF as follows On account of the pr1ces mad e by holders for all Amencan tobaccos a nd so e more demand on the part of manufacturers and dealers r tobacco market ba8 been qmte I vely dur ng last month a d 1 301 hhds Kentucky and 192 V ug1ma chan""d bands par q of the latter for export Prices though low are :lirm It IS now a fact qmte certain tba. the tobacco crop IS one of the lar!)est and finest ever rwsed m Belg urn of beaut ful color al.d m many cases the leaves are of such a large Size that never b been before seen m thiS country Kentucky V rgJma. Maaon Oo Stock October 1 2 1B6 17 31 Arnvals m October 1 029 247 195 Sales m October 3165 1 301 264 192 226 65 SAN FRANCISCO CIGAR MANUFACTURERS Al>'D THE CHINESE.The cigar manufacturers of San Francisco have bElen mterv1ewed by a comrmttee appomted by the C1gar Makers Assoc1at10n The houses w ere lead mg houses like Ordenstem & Co E Goslmsli:y & Co Maynsch Bros & Co J W Shaeffer & Co L e wiS Bros & Co were called upon and on the question bemg put to them declared that they would be willmg to emf>loy white men m J?ljtce of Chillamen In connectiOn Wlth this the St Lou111 ReJ?Ublwan says -The cigar manufacturers of San Franc11!Co have been, compelled by popular pressure to conse1;1t to discharge thmr Chmese workmen and employ only white men But this may not settle the difficult.Y The Chmese are a s tfty ace and the discharged workmen w1ll proba bly go mto cigar makmg on the own account estab hslnngittle shop!! oyer the city and thllll' old emp oyers !f they shoulif do th1s they would soon get cont ol of the :fyr-even FrnnclSCO hoodlu 'fill buy thefr Cigar,B can get them DeFord & Thay e r Importers w Leaf Tobacco suspended Stock :November 1 payment 1 864 72 161 cheapes even 1t be "t t mese shop A CHE)!:RFUL VIE" THE MARKET -When mqmrmg the condition of the tobacco ma11ket-of our triends Messrs Sawyer Wallace & Co cur ;reporte.ll vas referred to a. pwture on the wall of the1r sample room representmg apparently a. s funeral A closer examm at10 n revealed m the rag15ed wretched looking pall bearers several of our J2rinCipal factors 'I he tall figure of the President of the Tobacco Exchange to be domg Its best w1th the aid of a crutch to support his J!art at the head of the coffin He con tmued to smoke the mvanable pipe at the same t1me clutchmg a paper of Solace handed h1m by a small urchm standtttg on t1p toe whO!!e features revealed his heutenant Newman On the futth r Side ofl the coffin appeared Mr Grmter rather stoopmg under hi load Toward the rear Mr s roJmllt form 18 sorely t o keep the concer:Q from shdmg to the ground. while opposite hun what appeated to be the moon was nsmg JUSt above the:melanclioly burden 'but this .. e were an exact representatiOn of the ball! crown of }Ir Yollard s head l!,ollowmg the processiOn IS Mr Murphy hrs arms flung m the air m an agony of gnef1 w:qile m the drstance the retreatmg form of a man oearmg a carpet-ba!$labelled R H A E' ansville Ind su gestls that thiS 1s none of Mr Arkenburgh s funeral W1th him .N :w York if!i pland out tb bacco m rket and h e IS f ollowmg as fast as legs can carry h1m the adv1ce of, the illll8tq,_ous Greeley Go West y ung man go West Perhapsothe most stnkmg lkenesses are those of the grave diggers (who by the ay are the only decently dressed persons)ll the Mr R eusens w1th shovel over hiS hoUlaer and cigar m mouth ready to bury the cormng YICtiiA all bearers aud all and Mr With J!x*ndod harids and smiling cpuntenance wei cormng t em to t:l1e hospitable grave 'We were 1.D' f01med at the artiSt was Mr Sawyers you:(lgest son and that a few days SillCe he took off band portrmts of the from which he s 1876 862 lbs 1877 4 560 114 tbs ten months ended October 3 1875 38 816 538 lbs 1876 89 686 197 tbs 1877 41 163 647 s Exports of unmanufactured to biiCOO -Month ended Octo er 31 187/l 1 217 189 lbs 1876 1 155 102 tbs 1877 994 210 1 s ten months ended October S1 1875 12 266 711 lbs 1876 9 38 971 tbs 1877 10 229 223 lbs Unmanufactured tobacco m all bonded warehouses October 31 1875 82 100 693 tbs 187 97 640 009 tbs 1877 111 960 877 tbs LONDON November -:Messrs Grant Chambers & Co Tobacco Commlll81on Merchants report to THE LEAF as follows There ha s been but a smal l bus mess done m Amencan tobacco the week but buyers are lookmg round for the better ci&Siles which n the present state of the stocks are far from abun ant parcels of prevwus Imports are sought after Western l'af and str ps lln vc sold at low er pnces :line quahtoes ar e m re11u est Vugm.a leaf and stnpsLittle has been done fine br ght of the former are m demand Maryland and Ob o-Thc lo,.er classes are only the b ngbt sort s meet a ready sale Cavend s h IS SlOW of sale MANILA Septemher 18 -Messrs P ee le Hubbell & Co s report Leaf Tobacco -At tbe auctiOn on the 12th 1nst 700 qtls of the 9 500 oll'erefl (last years c op) were sold v1z 10 lot s each 50 qtls-500 qtls No I I sabe la at up set pllec of $68 per qtl 1 lot each 1 qtls -100 qtls No 4 do at upset priCe of $12 per qtl 1 lot each 100 qtls-100 qtls No 4 Cagayan at upset pr cc pf 1:1 pe1 otl leavmg unsold 1 900 qtls No 4 Isab e l a and 6 000 tis No 4 Cag ayan Cigars -No sale IS as yet bn one Ill to take place s h ortl y Exchange -Hate or 6 montbs cred1t paper htls 3dvanced to 41@4 for tf.s mail owmg to the scarCity of money and small d emand r b Its Exported -Per Janet F'mgu81m to London 75 1>f c arS MELBOURNE Octa 3 -Mr H C Fraser of Messrs FniSer & Co Toba o Brok e r m b s c rcular says l'hc operations m th s s tapl e s nee the departure of last mail have been of a I nuted char ter w th the except on of one sale at auct on and tlje qUittance of some 136 packages Tw1st and 57 packages Ten s by pr fe treaty I ttlc business has been done and general dullness b p e rvaded the Import market fbere IS a pusbmg trade don m coloma! made which bas op e rated agamst mported tob cos pnces for the best brnnds raugmg higher for the latter The quantit;r of native grown l cnf mude up this y;ear IS Ia aely Ill ex cess of any previous year tbe Customs th ereby 1Csmg a l a rge sum and 1t seems probable 11\at th1s system ca[not obtam much longer Without 11n exc1se tax bemg rmposed which Will doubtless be done when th e loss sustamed.by I r evenue annually 1s thoroughly realized by the Government Twist'-Vcry li'ttle dowg at present The only dunng the month have been the sale of 36 qtr trcs 26 e 1 g l h trcs and 74 cases Black Swan Tw1st pnvat e ly ln other ands no sales hav e come our not ce Tens-There bas been httle demand The sale of 37 cases and 20 three qtr bxs Over the Water leDl! comprises the only sale made by Import rs AromatiCs-One publtc sale has been held dunng the month but the pnccs realized were not so good all round, as thae obtnmed at the prev!0\18 sale light pressed work espec ally bowing a dechne Leaf-Some 53 packages of V1rgiman stnp ahd leaf were offered at auctiOn but the whole lot \\ere p ed m without finding buyers Tw1st The quotations are 8S under -Southern 1s 2d@ls 7d Barre t's Anchor ls 5d Bluclt Swan 1 s 6d Rnvcn 1s 7d St Andrew s ls IIUd Our Gamel. 1s 6d Shellard s 1s 6d Mazep p,a 1s 6d m half and qtr trcs and cases Q IOtaiions nomwal reus-Northern 7d@8d best brands med111m 7@9d Southern 1s 4d@1s 6d best brands. I Half P ounds-Northern 6@8d Southern (Tortoise !lhell) 9d@1s 7d Soethcrn (Black) 10d@1s 4d Aromat c-Western Hahes none Pounds none Southern Pounds 10d@ 1s 3d Light Pressed Po=ds 1s 2d@2s Halves none Tw st ls@1s 5d Pocket Pieces 10d@1s 2d Gold Ba1'8 1s@1s 2Ud Navy Half Pounds and Pounds 11!@h 7d eights sixes etc 1s@ls 2d Cigars-Cheroots and Manilas H. S 75@85s Cheroots 80s Ormond s 32s 6d@35s Stocks -1i!clbournc September 22 1877 93 half trcs 1 796 qtr trcs and kegs 3 582 three qtr bxs and bxs 4 478 cases mfd 477 casks and bbds lOa cases 949 bales and bdls unmfd 996 cases c gars S) dney September 21 18 7 163 995 lhs mfd 798 876 lbs unmfd a
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NOV. 26. THE TOBACCO MARKET. DOllESTIC. NEW YORK, November 24. The leaf tobacco market as a whole has been without special feature the past week Ear.h branch of the trade shows a steady demand, but no sales of noticeable magnitude have been reported ill the leadmg domestic varieties. For Western leaf the inquiry is apparently un changed. There lS the same desire as preVIously noted to realize, and the demand for export IS general and pretty fatr. Some lugs have been bought for.the open markets at low pr1ees, and both o the Regte buyers have operated ill styles adapted to their respective wants The home trade is hardly as brisk as could he wlShed, or as might be expected at this season The presence of about 600 hogsheads of the Torian stock from New Orleans, though not yet sampled, and the prospect of further receipts from the same source to the extent of 1, 000 to 1,200 hogsheads, serve to make the surplus supply of low grades hang rather heaVIly on the market. But after makillg all allowances for depressing inftuences of all kmds, the tone of the mar ket may lie said to be good. Mel!lsrs. Sawyer, Wallace & Co. report to THE ToBAC co LEAF as follows -Wat<>rn Leaf-The market has hecn very quiet dUlmg the pn.st week, although 922 hhds are sold Of these 675 were for export, largely to Spam, 152 Mason County to IWl.llufacturers, and 95 to JObhers. We note no change m pnc!' s< and shiilf'l>ROSEOU'l:'E""OO the 1\ill extent ortlie lower than q,uotations .. y ________ en good lugs, 4 oo@!i 50, common leaf, 5. @6 50, me(hum do, 7 00@8 00, good 1' 9 OO@L 1IIRI, do, QO, OF W,HOLESA.LE .PBICES N01.le'miJe,. 22 -1 hhd at 4 05, 1 at 4. 75, 1 t 3 10, 1 aU 05, at 3.9G, at IMO, 1 at 3 75, 1 a5'880, 1 at 35, 1 at 7 20 1 at J,.SS, 1 at 3.15, 1 at 4 05, 1 at 8 90, 1 at 8 30, olfered 111 hhds; re]ecteil, 3, sold, 12 Quotatwns -Com on lugs, $2 75@ 3.50 good do, 4 00@4 601 common leaf, 5100@6 00, medmm Bright VIRGINIA>LEAF-Nn To&cco do, 6.30@7'.50, good do, 8 00@10 00; fine, 1 50@12 00 common to medtum 15 @25 Vtrgima LeafWe note fatr sale to local rrulmJ1 Good to very good ZT .@35 .JJ Fine to extra fine 40 of both brtght wrappers and smokers Smokers (old or new) 16 25 &ea..Leaf.-TherelS no apparent in Dapplewmppers :ll oo th1s branch of trade, neither the home nor fo e1gn tlemand1Jeing brtsk. While the cigar makers' strike lasts lgood local mqmry IS, of MtUsi!. npt to be ant.icipa.ted, and, p ss1b1y, nnt1l trade generally rev1ve m Germany there IS htt e bey\)nd what are receiVIng to be expected from Europe The reported sales foc the 'Week were 1 000 cases Messrs Chas E F1scber & B10 Tobacc Brpkers, 181 W n ter Stroot, rep01 t to THE TOBACCO LEAF qs follows concern ing Seed leaf -The market remaineQ. quieti with sa es pnnet pally for home tr:>de, amountmg in all to 1,000 cases Puces nnderwent no change. I C\mnuli<>ut---'N o sales of any size were made, the bpsiness done being more or less m small lots, mostly crop 1876 wrap pers, for whic1I from 13@18c was oaia BOO cases changed hands I 1 CMes .-were d1sposed of at 10@14c for wrappers of crop' 1876 Ile1JJ York. State-Nothing of any Importance transpned in this son. t Pen11411l011nic received but little attentiorl 250 cases crop 1876, part 8880rted at 12@15c, and part W(appers at 20@25c, Will cover the' sales Of this week ( Ohw--The ,stock on hand having gradually been absorbed, and prices to be obtnmed offermg very l1ttle mducement to receivers here, a sm!all busmess only could be done 150 case-s were taken for home trade, for wh1ch from 8@13c was pad Wisconsin found takers to the extent of 150 cases assorted, crop 1876, at Our special Bremen Novembe r 10, 1877, &aysSeed leaf QOnlinnes in fa1r demand, w1tll sales of 653 cases 1876 crop Oh10, 320 do 1874 and 1875 do Ohio, and do 1876 llp Wsconsm, mll.king a total of 1,017 cases Spanillk.For Havana tobacco there was a fair mqUiry, the reporttd sales reachmg BOO bales at 80@90c for fatr to 10 for good to fine lot., with two vegas at fUl5'. The event of the wee!' m this b'ranch 'of trlde Wll8 the sale o 3]lrominentlocal ffrm of 400'brile of :One, choice o l d V1UUA fillers-.t pl'-\lle abve quoted. ,An impbr:&er jft&&. Nlui'Ded Havana in an interview with us -"{,think the 187T Vrt!!lta tobacco IS poor Ill qunht,y and h gh 1u pnce Some o.f tile wrappers fire -..ery-gc!Od. blrt1oo big Uruted States The tillers ou the average are too m body for th1s country In the Partidos are some falr bnt tblt pnces asked a r e above the ideas of buyera-i.n this country, and a large portion IS not very good m qualjty The Remed1os mdicate !\ pretty good crop through and through, yet extremely high m priCe, commanding a range equ!Ll to that f01 the Vitelta tobaeco m former years. The bulk of the Remedioa crop has been solo to German;r. and but a sm"ll port10n in Havana for sale to the Umted States Manufactured -Business m this branch :has been of the average weekly descupt10u, w1th sal es of all styles for both home and f01cign account, but w1th l ess than usu a l for export, the sh i pments reaching only 68,98Q pounds A correspondent wntes -"Trade bas heen extremely quiet, w1Lh some few small orders for export, and also a few common b r 1ghts hetng quitted for home tracle tllings are rather now, we thmk 11 ls always so at th1s time of the year. fhere are many parcels of tobacco offering at quite low pr.ces now, and we thtnk parttes wou l d do well to secure them, M reliable goods will be scarce and wanted before spung While 11 1s 1eported we h"ve a large crop of Icaf, it will be many montbs bef01e we can have any new tobacco i n the market, and it will not he safe to use 1t, particularly m bnght work, for a long time. Goods have been selling at very small margms this year, and even If leaf 1s a tnfle lower we hardly look for much change from present prices, which are low enough We are mformed that ther e have heen several large purchases of goods, black work, from Camada, parties being able to hold the goods here and ship at Will m snch s1zed lots as desued When too late our manufacturers will see the p r opriety, advantage and necess1ty of ha\'mg a bondep ware house here Some of our lage manufacturers are having a squabble over the1r respective tags, and we understand not onl y dictating terms to each other but d1ctatmg tbetr qus tomers at what puce and to whom they sh&Jl and shall not sell their goods." Complnmt is made to us tllat fine-cut chewmg tobacco made m th1s city I S offered m the market as low as 34 ceuts per pound in barrels and half barrels, and 36 cents m p11.ils How this can be done at a profit and yet use Kentucky leaf is one of those things which puzzles the w iJf and d1stracts the mmd of the ord1nary tradesman P10bably the There is no pwfit in 1t. Well then is 1t worth whilo to do busmess m that way' That's the question next m order Smoking -ThiS market 1s unchanged. There is a steady inqmry for all popular brands, but no perceptible mcrease in the weekly volume of sales Oigars.-The difficulty now IS not to sell c1gars of whatever k ind or color, but to make them. Both and importers report a fair inqmry Gold opened at 102% and closed at 102%. Exchange -Messrs. M & S. Sternberger, Bankers, report to Tm;; ToBACn, steam 85s siW, aos; Glli'Bgow, .t 35s .BfiiiWI, st m, 45s, Havre." steam, $12, ..AI>twCI'p ste (j()s, l!lmbur steam, 47s 6d, Bremeo, BtealDr,7al6' IMPORTS The arrivals at the port of New Yorl{ from forell)D ports for the week ending November 24, mcluded tllefullo'IVtilg-con fligaiiWnts:BREMEN -Chas F Tag & Son, 38 bales to acco. LoMDOM --9rller, fl ballii< tOIJS..:cO. Romnnnr -Win Den!uth & Co 510 xs pipes, Kauf man Bros. & Bo n dy, 139 cases clay pipe @45 @35 CIGARS HAvana per J\1 $50@150 J Seed, perM Seed and Hava.na perM 4.0@ 90 GRANULATED SMOKING TOBAOOO .Medium to good $88 @54 I G<>od to line SNUFF DOMESTIC RECEIPTS $16@40 SM oo 30 1.9 19 19 21 The arrivals at the port of New York from domestic interwr and coastwse ports fo1 the week eudmg Nowem\)er 24 were 1,222 hhds, 55 trcs, 102 qtr trcs, 2.160 cn.ses, 42 pkgs, 80 bale s, 13 bxs, 146 three qtr bxs, 31 half-bxs, li third bxs, 8S qtr bxs, 56 caddies, 6 kegs, 2 bbls, 50 ha1f e>tdd.es, 106 tem Bros, 51, cases E. M Craw fprd, 39 do, Chas .J!' !la.g & Son, 13.5 do, F Schulz, 5 do, Havemeyers & Vgehus, 1-96-do; Bupzlj)O"Dorillltze, 5 dO: Fq D11ls & Co., 41 di; H W asse1man, 10 do .BY TIIE"NE YoRK AND BRIDGEPORT STEAMllOAT LINE Lobenstem & ,Gans, 13 cases, N Lachenbruch &r Bro 38 4o, Jos )layers' Sons, 3 do Jos H. Bergmann, 8 do J tahl & Bro 4 de, Fessler, 2 do BY THE OLD DoMINION STEAMSllii' LINE -Sa'Wyer, Wallace & Co., 3 hhd FWlcb, Edye & Go, 3 do Faucon & Cmoll. :1, do, Pollard :,Pettus & Co 7 d :J box. P. ,J!otilJN!d &II Co 9 hhds, Ires, 3 hxs flJllples, IJtichanan & Lyall, 2 do, 1 do, 1 do, 0 Sm1th & Co 17 .bhds, 6 trts, 18 cases mfd', 411hrecqtr QliSUQ, Whiton & Co,) ) S Kmney, 2 do Charles Jil T.,.g & Son, 3 do, E ltlu case!! mfd, 102 25,660 hhds 13,8il0 hhds J.w<:u;cQ.--om<"< in the h ands of is confined to wants of cousump twn replemshmg of dealers No change in pnces Ex ported -11,126 lbs to Rotterdam Recmved per Richmond steanicrs 292 bxs, 183 pkgs, 32 cases, and 9 bdls; per N or!olk steamer s, 220 pkgs and 84 bxs, per Petersburg steamers, 14 pkgs, 10 bxs, 19 bdls, and 13 cases CINOINN.Al.TI, 24 -Mr. F A Prague, Leaf Tobacco nspector, rep01ts to THE TonAoco LEAF as follo"(S The market,. or leaf tob!I,!:oo reJllains essentially unchanged, w1th 'lo cqn tmned ood demand from cutters and plug mann facturers for the sty1es sii1ted 'to \lietr ic?pect1ve wants 'Tho offerings at auctioll fo the w.,ek number 912 hhds and 10 b.>:s, exclus1v of Seed leaf, a off from previous week of about 100 hhd There has also heen falhng: o:tf m quality, which would lljl<\ICate tbnt the stocks held shippers are not of the cha1acter that tb,ey themselves had thought and had led the trade here to hehcvc The chiCf cause bf d1sa\}pomtment 1s the unus ual amount of fun ked or unsound to]lacco, wh1cb 1s evideptly due to the l ..ck of body caused by house-burn A. few hhds of the new crop have been sold this week at prices 1angmg from $3 50 for common to $8.80 for co lo-ry leaf/ Oh10 nnd Wisconsm Seed in good demand at full pnces. '!'he o onngs at auctonteported by the warehouses for the week an the expired portion of the current month and year ollowsli1uls. bu. 2()5 lj 2:;7 1!!1 1 134 125 3 ,....---MONTIT---.. /lAds bu 886 197 969 18 530 287 1158 Ht 600 8 1877 912 iO 3,652 Totals, 1876 ,lJll3 2()5 2,'ltl6 526 757 546 'J'otals 1875 422 211 1,189 Total$, 1874 608 483 2,075 1,Q67 The sales ere ns iollows,-874 hlld Mo.n Co., Ky D1strict tmsh, lugs and l e 28 at 2.60@3 90 93 at 4@5.95, 175 at 6@7 !l(i, 4,5 at 8@9 85, 24 at 10 @1 ... 75, at 15 25@18. 7fj! lut 21.25. 266 ds Brown Co 0., 23 47 5 95, 10!l at 6@7 85, at 8.05@9 70, 38 at 10@14.-SO, 12 at 1S@ 18 211, 2 at 25 bacco; 1 at 3 50@5..00, 3 at 7 .i!O@B SO. 2 boxes 1\t 8 84 and 2 b>:s Owe Qo. K DiS\;lct. 1 at :l-95, 29 4@5 00, 7 at 8@9, 1 at 14 75 13 hhds new 160 h ds Co., Ky, D1st1'1ct 25 at at 4@5 62 at1ce of our former quoCrittendon, Linngllton, Marshall, Calloway, Ful ton, HICkmanJ tatwus fn commoner sorts there 1 s little change ,to note Graveo and McCracken, m this State, aud embraced a regards tlle qnal1ty of the crop thus far exh 1 b 1ted It 1 s quite 1 van. assortment of grades and style:j The puces, .although t:lle former presumption of many of our trade, yet decfu:ling from ncar the opomng to the close of the year, were, v.e may n t JUdge, as the offermgs now a.re made nJl prmcpally at all trmcs., as h g!J and often .lug her t an the cond1t1on of the. of the re use or the wmding up of tile crop Now that we seaboard and fore1gn markets would ust1fy, and will bear a have had n nnusually line season (well SUited for the handling flatteno.g companson with val ues m other interior ll)arkets of leaf), ,-,l,c may look for and expect full ollenngs, after wluch The last crop., mcludmg the product10 of the entire country, pnces w11 ease down The market now (as prevwusly rewas an one m quantity, but t e poorest and most un ported) IS on great extent supported by expenmental b 1 dders. desuable m quality, perhaps, ever nus d m tbe West, and the We make no change agamst our last quotations, and continue most diflicult to handle w1th any degr e of satisfaction '!'hose the same DURH M, N. C Novemlier p -Messrs. Walker, Lyon & C of the Farmers' Warehouse, report to THE To LE F as follows -SIJlCC our last report our rece1pts have been eavy of old stock ,md t he tenoency of the market b,as been t lower the prices while reperpts otne}V have inCH!ased p11ces decidedly bette r Our opmion as to the general ou look has not changed "!'here will be mthet a sho r t supply of ne bllgbt smokers and wrappers, and a lage excess o1 common ,md medtu!ll stock, w h1ch will ef necessity force common und medium stock to sell a low pnces, w hue good cOlory w1ll be compamtively lugh HOPKINSVILLE, KY N(Jve:mher 24.--George V. 'homr.1son1 Tobacco and Gram Boker, repo r ts to 'l'HE To L>:NF: -We have had .fine seasons, and planters have progress 1n stnpp1ng t0bacco As far as I crop 11 of good color, free from worm forrwwitof good SIZe.,llolld willlu.g qmte hght. I I have seen !Wid beard that the crop will was I .ilea" of some sales at fiAvi.NA -A Gonzales, 2B5 'bales tobacco; F Garcia, 1to do, G Hernandez, 73 do, Sanchez, Hay,, & CQ 129 do; Sfrohp. & Re1tzenstetn, 1!82 do; Vi&'Bernhetm, 379 <\1, lt D Tura, 64do,M &E. Salomo9. 3 dQ., C. F. Hagsn, 80do,J Cote, 20 do; dd; S Rosenbaum &; 'Co. 100 do, Weil & Co, 221 do, Kuhn._ Loeb .t Co, 280 do, Sch r oeder & Boa, 7 do, L. Kunlla.rd' & Co do; l'tl &; E. Salomon, 18 case!! ofgars, ChM II' Tag & Son, 1 do, P HSrmony's Nephews & Co, 1 d!Y; D A.ldar, Purdy & NichoiM, 10 du, L. P & J .F r ank, 5 do; Fred'k Probst & Co, 1 dp; G. W Fabar, 9 dO, S Liuington & Soffi, 7l.do;-Ji<>v.t00 Ives, 27 do, H R. Keliy& Co, 10 do, J.flchae s dfil,lJI!lamanu, 4 do, R Courtney & Bro, 8 do, R. Su-o el, 13 do, A l ex l;kown & SoDI!, 4 ao; A, Ow A Ul jo, EsiMirg Bachman & Co ,4do; Kunba.rdt &Co., 83 do.; C. E Valrn., 1 box cut tobacco qtr trcs do, 3 ke!!S do, 100 three qb:..llxs Oo 48 cases 53 half llxs do, 5 qtr bxs do 57 caddJes do, Allen & Co. 440 cases smkg, 6 do mfd, W1se & 46 Rece1pts of liconce at port of New York or :weet ending November 24, 1877 .-JIIJiles C McAndrew, er H. H. Wrghl from Smyrna, a,sos bales llcJlen, do; E C Hazard & Go, 6 tlo. Hush, & Cd. 40 Phil" Hart, :! do I Fallt, ()do J F .r. Xiques, 4 do, John Blakely, 4 do, Moore, J enkl.ns & Co 2 cases mfd, H K. & F B 1l'hurher & Co 7 cases mfd, James M Gnrdmer 5 half bxs mfd, 5 third bxs SKILES I'B.EY, > 1 Pack ers and Dealers in Pemisylv"\-nia, Lea.f Tobacco 61 and 63 .'

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H. J. DOliAN. THOS. CARROL!,. DOHAN, CARROLL. & CO., 'I ToB A cco Mere han ts, 104 FRONT STREET, : : Suitable tor the Home Trade aad for FocW... M:ul<..ts. VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY, :a.eaa. ... w ..... !OBACCO GODISSIOI IBICBIT, 84 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK. EXPORT ORDBRII FOR PL11G TOB&OOO PROMPTLY FILLED. 'ALEXANDER MAITLAND. L. F. S MACLKHOSII: ll.OBERT L. MAITLAND. ROii:RT L. MAITLAND 1: COr, .Tobacco Factors. General M:e1ohants, 43 Street, ll'ew York, AGENTS FOR THE WELL-KNOWN Brands of Tobacco, Manufactared Expressly for EXPORT TO AUSTRALIAN :1.11d OTHER FOREIGN PORTS: AT li!YANDER ,,mox & co AUSTBAIJAW TWIST-8'1' AllfDIJ.BWS, lJ.ft 'l VBinJII, C:A.BLE, OUIJ. GA.IIB, BLACK 'V'Ao DIAMOJIID. AUS'l'llALIAN LUMPS-SIGllfET OP VIRGINIA, VB!IIUS, ALL THE RAG, FLOWEIJ. OF ALL llfATIOJirll, r ENGLISH LUIIP8-PIJ.Il'IVE ALFRED ,WILLIAM CAIERON & BRO., TWIST-IJ.A.VB!Ir, lilA. 'VAl AUSTRALIAN LUMPS-TWO SEAS,. OUR JHIEF, ORION. IKDIAX LUMPS-HAVELOCK, VH&R IIIBK, .. v ENGLISH LUIIPS-VIVTOIJ.Y, KOVAL NA.VT,.&V. : SOlJ'l'H .AllllllUOAK LUMPS-I;oA DB LIVIA, LA Jli'ELIVIDAD. F. c. LINDE. c. F LINDE. c c. HAMILTON. 8. MARC080. R. ASHCROFT. J.llllii"E"'WV' SHHD LHAF TOBACCO INSPHCTION TOBACCO INSPECTED OR SAMPLED. Certificates given for e v ery case, and delivered case by caae, as to number of Oertiftcate. N. B.-We Also Sample in Merchants' Own Stores. F. C. LINDE & CO., Philadelphia Branch-E. w. DICKERSON, Corner Arch and Water Streets. PRINCIPAL OFFICE!J-142 WATER STREET, and 182 to 186 PEARL STREET. W AREHOUSE!J-142 WATER, '74, '76 & 78 GREENWICH STREETS, and RUDSON RIVER RAILROAD DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S PARK. .BENSEL & CO., INSPKCTOBS, WATER STREET, NEW YORK. SYRACUSE. DRANCl{=G. P. HIER & CO. ELMIRA de ........ }. R. DECKER. do E .WISCHMEYER & CO HARTFORD .:_ do .. ...... W. WESTPHAL. HATFIELD, Mass., do ........... J. & P. SARL. CHARLES FINKE, TOBACCO INSPECTOR 155 WATER;ST., NEW YORK. COUNTRY PROI.UPTJ.Y ATTENDED TO, PHILADELPHIA BRANCH:JONAS METZ, 64 North Front St. D. J. GARTH, CHARLES lll. GARTH, HENRY SCHROEDER. D. J. Ga:r'th, Son. & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS 44 Broad S"tree"t, N'. 'Y. BR..A.WCB BOUSE: GARTH & CO., 390 MAIN STREET, {UP STAIRS)ILOUISVILLE, Ky. 111_ PAUCON, THOS, CARROLL, :rr P&'U.CCD. &, Ca.rrc:U., COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR THE SALB 01' Kentucky and Virginia Leaf Tobacco, 50 BROAD ST.:"NEW YORK. THE TOBACCO LE.AF. KAXUFAOTUJUlD TOJIACCOII ra..,o.-DA.Rir!i'AVY, B!IVil.iliTlllifilll DARK otWEBT MO&IIBL DA.RK llfA.VT, HOlliB'I' AJIID PICA.VH BRIGHT !IAY'I'; ,-..t.ND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF FANCY AND LIGHT PRESSED. :FIXE CUT MANlJFACTIJR.l:D BY SPAULDING"" MER.IUCit: OLD GLOfly;-CHA:l\lll--0'1' 'llcl to the Trade. THE BEST ALL-TOBACCO CIGARETTE "BETWEEN THE ACTS" Nmvv Yomr. MANUFACTURER OP PINE CIGARS. Eltalo:U...hed. 1889. TOBACCO LABEL s, ro:a. 8KOKDr& AJn) :MAlVVI'AC':rVJLII:D .FURNISHED BY THE HAT CJ!x.J.!ti!PJ!!tiJJ! C 0 M P A N Y, 32 a. 34 VBSJI1r S'l'BJIJII!l', 11':11117 1r0Bll, AT GR.IlATLY REDUCED PIUCE& LEVY BROTHERS,. O::f', EL PRINCliPE DE GAL:J:8 BRAND Oll'HAVA!IAAl'IDKBYWEST VIGAIJ.S, Cir"::!... A .. 190 PEAitL ST., NE:W YORK 125 & .127 BROOME NEW. YORK. .... l' ANCY SM:OKING PIPES -INPRIER AND FANCY WOODS, MANUFACTURED BY HARVEY a FORD, SALESR.OOM-386 & 381 CANAL STR.IlET, NEW YORK. FACTORY-LEDGER. PLACE, PJUI.AD'ELJ>BI.&, ---_,_, REJALL & BECKER, MANUFACTURERS OF IEERSCHAUtY. & AMBER GOODS, AND IMPORTERS OF FRENCH BRIAR PIPES 81. SMOKERS' ARTICLES FIRST PIJ.IZE MEDAL, VIENNA BXHIDITIO.-, 187'3, 1\To. StSt C:hambers Street, N"e,.;r 'Y"ork.. CARL 'VV'EIS, MANUFACTURER OF I l.\11: Em B. S 0 El: AU :M: AND AMBER GOODS, 398 GRAND ST., NEW YORX, AND VIENNA,& Austria. BU.EHLER tc POLHAUS, Q,-BBIKB i00[iiiiiCiii i CLAY PIPit And all Kinds of SMOKERS' ATICLES. 83 Chambers and. 65 Reacle Streets, New York. D. B. HULL'S o\bOLPH STROK!t CUlt)() RSJTZIIN'STaUt STROHN 81. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ALSO DEALERS 11'(1 DOMESTIC And lmportlc.!n of 1 FOREIGN TOBACCO REYNES BROTHERS & CO., Commission Kercb.a.nts, 48 a. 48 llxchaDge Place, Ne"VU" York.. NOV.26 B. Y. OomJillallionlllleroll-.. BULKLEY & MOORE, VIRGINIA Tobacco Commieien lllerchants -IMTCA .. .. ... ": IUGIII DD COBISSIDI UB'CIUIT, vs R.Oa"l' .... I NEW YORK-FOX, DILLS & CO., I Importers of SPANI8H AND 01' SEED LEAF TOBCCOS 19'S WATB& S'ISBIIII', Jn:W TOBit. I. M. CRAWFORD, IMPORTER lr DJ!.ALElliN LE-AF TOBACCO,; 1SS' Water. Street, P.-o. aox sue. NEW YORK: M. B. LEVIN, IMPORTER of HAVANA AND DEALER IN ALL KlND8 OF LEAP TOBACCO, 162 Pe1rl Street, lew York. lt. STJMacca, X:. Nsu.URG&a NEUBUR8ER & STEINECKE, Importen of SPAJIJSH aod Doolerola .I..EAF TOBACCO; OOIUII8SIOW MEROIIAJf'l'S AND PACKERS OF SEBD LEAl!', 131 Malden Lane. New York. H. KOENIG, WHOLESALII: DEALEll IN RAVIN! AND SKID LKAP No. 329 Bowery, New York. B. SUBIDlT, WHOLESALE DEALEll IN :a: A VAN' .A. -.a.a--DODSTIC LEAF TOBACCO, 14 North Canal Street, CHICAGO ILL, B. SCBOVERLIIG, ALL KI!ID8 OF SBBD LBAP TOBAGCO f J4.2 WA'l'ER ST., Jn:W TORX. 'Q" PacldDC House in"N";w Milford. Conn. _, l W. KHOVERLillfG A> CO, at co., 160 PEARL ST., NEw YoRK. J. D. DEK!IJIEltG .t CO., BALTIMORE, Mlt. IU!JtEIJIUG, SCILU:FEB .t CO., NEW ORLEANS, LA. UEKBI.!EiG .t CO., LoUISVILLE, Kv. CBAS. F. T.I:G & S9R, lm.porten of SPANISH aad Dealen ln aH kioda of LEAF TOBACCO, 184 Front Street, ... 1r0a&. I :1.76 FBONT STREET,; :t;EW YOU. VEGA & BERNHEIM, E. SPINGARN & CO., PlTEIT TOBACCO STRIPPER. PATEllfTED IIIARVH 14, 187B. The lost Perfect and Rapid Stripper In the World. FEIJX GARCIA, IJIPORTER OF THE BRAND OF "Pl.or de P .G-." HAVANA LEAF TOBAGGO -.um-167 WATER ST., New York. IMPORTERS or DULDI "' HAVANA TOBACCO bfi'\V TOII.lt. NEAR W,4.TER-STR&ET, NEW-YORK. CARL UP._.ANN G. BEISMAlVR, .au. Commission Merchant, TOBACCO .... p PIIALRI .ALLitliQ)8.,. -ANDGeneral Commission 178 Pearl Street, N":JII'VU' 'Y"OD.:&:. LEAF TOBACCO, Pearl Street, -' NEW YORK. s -.TIIOMHOI<, K.P.Guoar; ltokohl Bros. & LEERET & BLASDEL CODISSION IIRCH!llTS. 'S-.1. TBO:.J'SOR & CO., Ci\.1 REUSENS, MANUFACTURKKS OF MANUFACTURERS OF. 1 AND DE.u.us IN ALL KINDS or WM. M .. PRICE, N. LAOIIBIBBUCB & BB.0.1 tmm iii_;;!!TBN rmm. ToBA"Cco FINE CIGARS, Oig'ar:Bozes LEAF TltBACCO, LEAP 8aeral Clllllllslltl lhrolauta, as3 p3.A2ti. ST., 168 & 170 East Water St., No. eo Wter st New Y'ork. 19 Kaiden Lane, 54 & s6 BROAD ST., N STREET, NEW YORK. N. Y. NEW YORK. P.o.-aoe. liBW YORK. :KBW yo... HBPPENHEIMER MAUREII:'S CIGAR BOX L. GIRB. BEL a 110., SAWYER, WALUCE & CO., COKKISSION KEltCHANTS, ':No. 47 Broad Street, '-. NEW YORK. ... l A. B. CARDOZO, TOB!CaJ & COTTON .u!D ltnlral Commluloa Mll'elllnt, N 68 BROAD S'l'aBMo ----. rr:w. TATOO:MHOUT, H. s......... LABELS A D TRIMMINGS. :J'AT8ENHORST co., OfJ.'IIGIR & BROTHQ) TO:BACCO -ANDKENT'UCKY DIAL LEAF 88 BROAD STREET. -18 BROAD Sr.l'IUIIIIJ' ... NEW YORK. :N'e'PV York. PACKJIRS AND DEALERS IN SEED LEAP TOBACCO, 191 PEARL STREET, French Cigarette Paper,; 37 MAIDEN ___ NEW YORK. Bov ... No.164 Water Street, New York, VIO HAVANA: DOMESTIC Leerf Tobacco. J. A. HARTCORN, Kaaabctllte1' or Fine Oigars, Aad Dealer ID LBAF TOBACCO. 21 BOWERY, -WTOBK, '01 a -.

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NOV. 26 JACOB BDDLL, ( MANUJ' ACTYREJI. ... TBIGIIIAI Allllt!l .BAJI BBOADW .&. Y cor. lt,of about 600 lh., aDd oaa be Eaail7 Worketl. The Tobacco, DRY OR MOIST, SANCHI:Z, HAYA tc CO., I 30, I 32 A 134 'MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK, MANUFACTURERS .A:warde4 Eighllt. Kedal E:rh!b!tien, 1876, ALSO IMPORTERs OV HAVANA CIGARS & LEAF TOBACCO;, SIMON STRAUSS, MANUFACTURER OF C 'ICAR BOXES tc SHOW Importer of a.na Dealer in Spanish Cigar Itibbons, GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS, PRESSES,"' STRAPS, CUTTERS, ETC.,, .. & 1S1 J.:B'WIS STB.:B:BT, l'f:B'W 'rOBE. All kind F l g ure Cut to' Order and Repaired in the Det St.yle. The Trade 8uppU LOBBNSTEIN & GUS I WHOLESALE DEALERS I N SEED AND .TOBACCOSJ SOLE AGENTS AND JMPORTERS OF THE GENUINE W. II:IL O::J:G-.A.R. :M:O"'CLD&, PRESSES, STRAPS,.& 11 Importers ef Garman and. Spanish Cigar I.._* No.' 101 liiiAIDEli LANE. lfEW YORK. ::l::n.'tea.d. OlR.'C'.ailEII:::I:N'G :i::T, And Causes No Loss in Weiglit by Dust. ...: 166 Water Street, NEW YOBK, :K. K. SMITH, BIND DDB CI&ABS, No. 42 VESEY STREET, NI.W YORK. 'I"Rit lOBBING TBADII: SOLICIT&D ONLY, ... ,._ .;a 111 RJ:VDVGTOX XEW' Yb:RK. Proprletoro of the Ce!ebnte d Draa do "&EPlJIIL'lC" aad "HIGH .AlQ) DBY ," Oth .. r J"aynrite Brande made,.., order. OFFICE G.lCOW&CD. "PRICE, $35. Boxinl_!nd Shipping, $1 .50. OFFICESs 610 Eaat Nineteenth St., 156 Water Street, P.?LOBII.I.&JID a CO. AWARDED HIGHEST MEDALS FOR PLUG TO-BACCO OFFICE-No. Ill FIRST ST., JERSEY CITY, N. _J. New York Salesrooms---lo. 114 Water St., one door from Wll BIIKI'LeY s,.-o BAI'IDL PAT 1J. L OOVEBI!rDIBl'IT ,3,0011,000 'JI'BI8 y.,.._

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THE TOBACCO ... NOV. 26 ll" A large assortment qf all kinds of LLV. ToBAcco constantiv on hand..l!f 'Jl}f. s KlJVfLA ( \ FAIR T! I ( .,.,.,1\ ... I GUMPERT MANUFACB of FINH CI&AlfS, I. B. McDOWELL & CO., TOBACCO AND ooneral Commi&sion Merchants, DOHAN'&. TAITT. I o:u.neoUcu.:t Seed And wh>i.;._te HENRY BESUDEN, 1 "J. DIX &: DEALER IN Packer IUid Dealers in B'B.OKBRS, 1115 & FRONT tB!l TOBACCO, w 146 & 148 WEST SECOND ST., I l JIAR1l'li'ORD C01'f1lo CINCINNATI, 0. WESTPHAL, CObiSSIO I And Dealer ta ''IaB sT.&TB pp coNNECTICUT 1 TOBACCO JldlJFACTUBJNG GO.,. Choice UG "! TO:QACCO, HiNSDALE SMITH & SON,, Alld Pi.te .oteea oJ the Celebrated Bran.d of ( ucce!tmrt to H. SMITH & CO ) p R O G R E S S PACKERs' AND JOBBERS o F IN ALL Sf!:APES AND WEIGHTS. Connecticut Lea.f Tobacco; 113"' EVERY PLU(J HAS OUR PATENT FASTENER AT THE END. -g I 20 HAMPDEN ST., Springfield, Ma:ss. E,.,lL 5.-'l:H S. LqWEl\TTBAL a CO., I M.A!NfJJFAQTURERS EINE CIG1!RS, c. o. HOLYOKE, J laltC114Nl'. MANUFACTURER OF -A, .(! The
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....... NOV. 2 6 THE T 0 B .A. C C 0 LE.AP SUTRO lYIARK, D:EIPO'T Al'ID AG:Eil'IOY O F THE MANUFACTuRE OF C:.I:GARS:; &.W.&AIL &AX, AKD DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, 16 PA.BX NEW YORK, .1 .... f.. -SALTIMORE, -AT121 _NEW YORK Manufacturers of Fine C1gars, And DealeJIIS i:D LEAF TOBACCO, ECKMEYER & CO., 48 BROAD I 48 lEW STREETS, SOLE AGENTS FOR T H E U. S. OF 1014, 1016, 1018 101a0 A VENUE, -310, 312, 314 FJF"'::'Y-FOURTH STREET. H nssian & Turkish Tobacco ADOLF l<,ERBS, "YC>::E'l.::a::. LOU!li SPIESS. -OF-COMPAGNIE LAFERME ED. HlLSON. llUDOLPH WY....U. S T P E T E R S B1JRG, M OSCOW, WARSAW ODESSA, DRES DEN .. NEW YORK, P.O. Box 4786. M. W. MENDEL a: BRO. MANUFACTURERS CIGARS AND ::JEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, CAUTION. It ha in g come to m y knowledge that, t n s e ve r al instance-. Liquor ice Pa'lte falsely represented as b ei a g of my manaJacture hu bee'Q. ol'ered fo r aale hy parties to IGit tbelr own pa.r. poses, w h o have o o a u thority t o &I'J)l my braada, the pteaent aerve1 t o CA.1J'1'10If all Tobacco Manufacturen against t he ume ao d t o glve notic e that hereafter ever7 caae o f my mao111acture will be b randed with mr Trade Ma rk, a c q uired u n der the laW'I of t he United States. !In uay uoprioc lpled pertoll cou a tod'etttne t bia Trade Mark will be prosecuted. JAMES C. :McANDREW, 55 Water Street,' New York. Mark e t ) R eports. for No. 1 good.s .. Low-grade tobacco does not bring a large price, and i t o u g h t not. of tobacco. that Hartford (Conn.) Post, NoV6mber 22.--During will not wrap over 10,000 or 12,000 c1gars, and the past week. the dep:ression in the local tobacc o at t hat, mustbe &ol d low. But good.; _fine leaf t s cer market has continued, with but few lifts. What little tainly im{lroving. We report sales m Northfield of bas been so l d has gon e West, some of it as far as St. 215 cases m all, at 11> and 10c; at Hatfiel d, 6 cases low: Louis. One fum sold 50 cases 1 875 wrappers, grade at 8 and 4c; What ely, 9 cases at 14, 10 and 5c; at 20@80c Other lots are small, and pr1ces to corres-Gill 11 cases at 15 and Ashfield, 13 cases at pond. to r e w eigh, Three instances are r eporte d of farmet'S Columbia (Pa.) Courant, 22.-Very little being offered 15c throu"'h, on the pol es, which were tobacco is now changing hands In th1s sectwn. The declined. The continued' reports of a '64 crop in the _prices range from 8 to 10 cents for goods. Extra Vallev this year flow in on every hand. -quality'will bring a little more. Lancas t er (Pa. ) New Era N ovember 3.-Considerable Boston (Mass.) American Cultivator, N ove mb e r 24.-activity has again manifested itself in our home Connecticut Valley ':j;obacco Marl< et-We have but market. Buye.rs been about as ustlal, and in a few sales -to report 1n the Valley. The bulk of., the number of cases sales have been effected. The deman d b u siness appears to be ln the crOJ? o f 1877 We hear of is still mainl y f o r grades, and were packers d i s .continued sales to be delivered m th bundl e or unpos e d to close out that part of tl?-eir goods the y would 'liSBorted We haT e now learned ,that on 8 tons, re nave little difficulty in d o ing so A large N e w York ported as sold on private terms, the price was actually buyer has als o beE>n on the ground in search ot fine He through, delivered in bundl es. This is equal to g oods, but owin g to the rel uctan c of holders to sell fully 16c when we consider labor and loss. We have their packings in this piecemeal way, he l eft without to report a l o t so l d in Montague of 4 acres, to be de making purchases. W e report a sale o f 350 cases livered i n tlie Iiundl e, at At Hatfield we have medium goods to a Ne}l' York,purc ha$8r at .12 cents. the sale of 5 tons, delivered in t h e bundle, at 127fc Another of 250 cases of. the same kind of goods at the thr o ugh also t h e sal e of 17 cases of low grade crop of same price which also go t o tha t city. A buyer 1876 at & and 1 case at 4c, marked weights. At North from Syracuse succee d e d in up running lots Radley lot of new crop, in the lmndle, at l2c of 40, 50 and 60 cases, in all 250 at through. These sal es indicate a healthier in our 12 and 15 cents. Most of this cons1sted of the packings Jocal market. It makes about ten per cent. differenc e of small dealer in the t o 'wns adjacent to the city. with the grower who sells. at present or M_iarnisom-g 0.) Bullet i n, N o vembC"I 9.-No sales or :re-weighs his crop after sweatmg tt, ev n prov1dmg 1t offers during the week r eporte d. New crops are held .all sweats without injury. at 8@10c for best grades. Weathe r cold and variable. BOIJton (Ma..) American Cultivat01, ovember 10 The thermomete r rose, W ednesday night, and a heavy (Jonnecti91rt Valley Tobacco _has rain morning bid_s fair, at _this writing, to been very quiet.for some two weeks, very httle domg, brmg crops m case. V ery httle s tr1ppmg has thus far .and but few "buy6l'S t!el!ll for. the _last w.eek, and eye n been done, but the work; will soon be co=enced these are desirous of cheapempg, 1f th:e pr1ces whe n w e expect to r eceive samP-les and be able to .asked by the grower. There 1 a f eelmg that .. fl,Jlly and defimtely of theo'VILI&, V.L B. '.ICHTENSTEilC'. -Lady (at the Cliureh Fmr).-" Sir, woulli you lik'e to t 'ake a chance for a punch bowl 1 Thank you madam. N ever drink." "'Well, thet/, you better buy some of clgaT ettes. "No, no! Thank you. Never smoke." 1 Lady (pettishly).-" So l Ahem-I would offe r you a cake of soaJ?,-but-I am afraid you have 1io use for that, either. 1 Why not. '' Because I suppose you never w.ash." Exit gentin confusion.-Exchange. OJEI:C>:J;O:IIII I East Hartford Property FOR. s.A..:hE.t UJ!Ied for Boxes having mnged Fronts, whJch, whe n folded d o wn, expo&& to view the ends or the Cigars contained in the Box. These Catches are mude of Flat Sheet 1\:Ietnl, a.nd a r e piV:oted to the upper eclges of the eud boards in such o. way that their turn-down front parts lap o'"er the fo.ce of the closed f ront. T11e Catc h es then serve to h ol d the front closed i n8t tho box, but can he nsidn to allow the front to be let down. A"-'D PRICES ON APPLICATI ON. LICHTENSTEIN BROS. & CO., 2'70 Do1very, Nc'v York. ,.. ... ADVERTISINC RATES. ONE SQUARE (14 \'ionpiU'ell Linn. ) Over One Column, On e Ye..'\r, $32.00 I Over Two Columns, One Year, $58 00 do do 81x: .Knths l7.0i do do Six Months. do do Three Month. 10.00 do do Three Monlha, 17.00 TWO S(lUARES (28 Nonpareil Line. ) Over Two Columns One Year ........................... -........... S115.00 do do Six: Months $..';8.00 do do Three Months .. 3i.OO F OVH sqUARES Nonpareil Llneo, ) Over Two Columlll!, One Year ....................................... do do Six Months .. $115.001 do do Three :r.Iooths 60.00 FIRST PAGE-4)no Square, (14 Nonpareil Lines.) Over Two Columns, One Year........ . . . . ............. $Hi5 .. 00 SEVENTH PAGE-One Square, (14 Nonpareil Linea,) :::::::::::::: :s:w:oo :::::::::::::::: 7 Transient Advertisements on the Seventh Pa.ge, 3D Cents per Li.!le tor each ins e r tion. Names and Addresses alone in "Business,.pil-ectocy cr Ftrst P age, One Yea.:. .... ...................... . ;, .. ;., $::;;;1.2.;;;";:01l:._ __________ __.

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a THE TOBACCO NOV. 26 Tobacco u.rers LXCORICE. JOHN ANDERSON & CO I LICORICE PASTE. MANUFACTURERS OF THE W .A.:t.US &. CO. JOHN TOBACCO BROKER THOMI\S HOYT & co_., lfA"!VF ACTVRERS OF FXNECUT CHEWING AND SMOKING'a SIIVI"J" OVR BRANDS CHEWIMG: SUA& iliUitJI, .AftO .&L JIUQ-B'J!' OWIIII', .noaA .AJIO .. t. .. t.06 PBAaL r'l't B&W TOA. &. SMITH, } Gacco; Mrs. G. B. Mill er ;a Oo. R-ne Smoking and Chewin& Tobocco. tr' All o..ara promptly executed. OlUliDA TOBACCO WOB.Ka. ,THE CELEBRATED D. BUCHNER & CO. EstabUhed ,,! .. W !Fonnerly S S EoMONOTON & Bo.,) 'I ORIGINAL SEAL,'' M.AKUJPACTUJtSilS OF And e United States, G""'t Jlr!taln,Fraace and