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

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I vo L. XVII.---N 0. 10. IES'l'ABLISHED 18M.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY; APRIL 9, 1881. ...... Choice VUEL TA ABAJO Jobacco. All Parties are Cautioned any Infringement of this Brand. I ::::-:: .. .. .. 190 :J?ear1 &"'tree"t, ;york. street, '' r aa :Murray st., New :York., I s.:J.e.l J. l J. L "{! .AUGUSTIN. .. . . .. u1 J n 1 1 1 ., 1 11 ... J c: ,, . . . . _,_ (LA-TE OF HEN & CO.) I '' a.D.d :lD. 1T 1. I J ."' FOB.EIGN :Alm DOMESTIC.! !.-. ,-' ' I l lanutactnrers' Agflllts ror a11 tkc Brands or Fine cut,. smoiin[ aod Pll!L Tobaeco ant -I"' t I f l Sole Agents. for Tobacco aad ; 3olc!lilitifBr Anen&Gblter's CJDIOND GEm: !obaeeo&ei!amtcs; .... tl l I ., --..... Sole-Agents of COPENHAGEN SNDFF; 1 .. 1 J 1 ., I J I I lmpaners=ofJ l'ftl!liOh 'aper? inHReams ; :N"o! '11 "''DV AR.'KE.N J. I, l ,J .., l n _J lYL LILIENTHAL,. I L1 "th.oarapl:l.1o Pri.:n. "ters, .) o. Bo>< imu.J AUG. ROESLER MANOFA()'fORERS, Cor. Goerck & Tldrd Sts., TO'OR.:K.. _PRICE LIST .OF CIGAR RIBBONS .._. Y.U.W ......... :;:,;.aaa :.w ....... ILU .. .. ................... 1 .. .... .. '10 1.66 ................ ..... 64 '"'""""'"' .. .. ..... .. '18 '*' Liao ...... ......... a .... 54 :aa .._. ...................... L .... i-8 '10711'! lAO .. .. ........ .... ..... .. .. ..... i-8 .. '10,... 1.60 .. .......................... il 1.30 .... .,. ................. ...... .. .... 5 .. '10 1.80 "'" : "'""""""" ,",. a .... 5 '10 7cb ,1,60 ................... ... a .... &I o: '10)'11'! 1.30 -Becl ....... ,. ........ 1 .... H '0 711'! 1.36 .. .... w .. '107cla ................. a .' ... H 107u -Yeliow ............. 1 .... ,H '10)'11'! ............. 2 H 10)'11'! 1JIO ............. a .... w .. 10,... n.so 8os 1U111101l Bed.: ............ ; ... ... l!HJ 10 7cb 0.10 '" Yellcnr ............ l!HJ 10 ,-cia 0.85 LoMidNo. (CJdoo).. 1 .... 8-8 1 :U J'U l.JO w IOJdoo) .. !l ... &-8 34)'11'! 9.96 r..-.. 1r.u... .............. l ... 'Jo(l .. :u,.u. 1 ,45 .. .. ...... ...... .. ... ,.,... .. :u,.. l.20 .. ............. s .... u-us .. :u ,.U' LlO ,, ............. "to .. : .u-'18" :u7c1a L-r ... ............. "}5 .... 1-8 .. :u,.cb 0.110 ............. "llQ .... Ja-18" :U 7cb, 0.80 ............. "6C) .... :U:ra 0..:> tT II .. ''100 ..1-8 U 34:74& O'o'06 > ""''wl.w.-..SVf.pea .. 110 .. 13-18" :..,.... 0".60 II I M "JOOooH :U)'U 0.6() .. ..... : ........... l ..... 'J-s .... 31. 7 i"(,. .... .............. a ; .... Jll-18" :u,.u Ll6 ........ DwttJa7e1lowedc'"' 107cb 1.66 ID. I'!' i-1 'fO ,.U L&O ....,_ .. H 10,.c1a 1.30 -..a Y.U. d wttJa ledc.... 1 10:rcb J.N IDa.. ..... .. il 10,. .. Ld Da r ... I w ... eda:e ..... i-8 1!))'U IAel Noriega ,,, __ ................ .' ... il 60:rcb 0 .4 0 Elrtra Styles of Ribbons Made toOrder. RIBBONS"CUT & PRINTED ANJ SIZE AN'osTYLE. .&D Orden PromptiJ' Bxeoa..._ ..... Cadl, Prices of Cigar and Samples of Ribbon& Sent on Aeploatlon. )C Geo. W. Read & Co., l!I.&N11FA.CTVBEBS o'll f I ( t" ) I ) pt._. L -UMBER! l mEGROWING POPULA!UTY OF OuR Cui, and Press:D.ried -4nd otbu Ll!mber, as SOLIU.Y l!I&NVJi' By, p 8, preventa ov keeping Btock on hand, 1<> any extl!nt, and bul!UfacWrel'll will do well to anticipate tjlelr wants, forward order11 110me -time before requiring. We 0011-tinue manufacture eear, S eamo.re, Buttera.nt and Poplar, at most satlSfac r two new woods, will 1lle found verydeMrable. Wh n ready for market, !"' lu.d riew customers will be dul,y Odyised. 1 '' I. Baacl and Ve-r Mm. 1 luad ,Warerooma: 200 LeWis St., root 5th Uth sts., E. R. l"j I :ac I -Will be proeeoUtlwd to the Nit' xtent of the Law. 11i8":LXESB:R.T'Y' (P, o,-iaex SGliBJ. "'FO:IE'I.JiiiE.p IMPORTER BRIAR AND P;IPES,. .. .,_-7 SPECIALTY OF SM,OKERS' I -AND-TOBACCONISTS' SUPPLIES. HANUFAaruRER r;-01'--WOODEN SHOW AGURES. l ., Banu1lleturent Apnt Cor the Sale of" aD Popular Bralula Ol 1 VfRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA & WESTERN MANUFACTURED, SMOKING & FINE-CUT TOBACCOS, Depot tor ALLEN &: GINTER'S Blclunond, Va,, Branda oC SmoklD& T!>.._.,_ Clcan&ℓ ,, ;1, W, OABROLL'I "LONE ;#.&CK.," "BROWN DICK.," etc.j 5, T, .PILK.INTQ_N & C..lebrated '' FRVITS AND FLOWEB81 Bmoklnc To'baecoJ lii.I:BB'IJRQ "SEAL OF NOHorH CAKO&INA,., 1 1 LOUISIANA. PERiqUE, Cut and In ,Carrot. '1. I 1 1 W, T, BL.I.CK.WELL &: CO,tS GEN'IJINE D11BHA., Tbaeeo;. r 1 l rtf 1 Wlll. s. IUn.Bf'.LL & co.s "V&NITIIl" F.&IR" To'baeco and ., Sole Ag;nt fot H. PL Jones A Co.'s "TAR. c. Campbell i o1 .,. C:l.garetteff, Tobacco, 1ci I!Jaa,1ilaetured .,. _!;J>AULDING & 'MERB.ICK:-,ld BarleJ', ql'eeu Be!>t r ... inl'!'> Wtc Wq, In paD r T I 1 I lri PRICJl h .LIBTS Ho ICJ;BVB.I.RT1 B 1(1 f II I& .' I U' &, ''. of" the,Celebrated Copenhagen.snuff. and'Cut &'PH .SJJ!Oligg Retail Store. lc.-Oftlce: 81 Smithfield St. Factory: fi &: 7 at ll2 Liberty 'L .. ;, I f PA.. rl I ,, G .BNER.&L SELLING .1., llODIN80if, U4 W.I.TER S'ftiEE'i", NBW-rlBII:, "lei Dllel, 11 Warren 8t. B.I.LTIMOIUII Ha:t
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r A!OIUAL I!UB8CRil'TlONS ABROAD ..... T lllln:JJN .lND C.u<4DA... . .. ............... l&.cM HA.IrBuno AND TRK C:0..""1'1MDT. 5.01 'E'J.IO. -via ENGIJ.MD. ........ 15.01: 0.... ........................................................... 11.0& TOBACCO LEAl'. APR.9 Total. ............... .......... .... 2,316 -.ECEIPTS 01' .PENNSYLVANIA TOBACCO, During the past month (M&l"ch) the following firms in this city the amounts of Perms:rtnmia tobacco opposite their names: Cases. Chas. Tag & So1J1. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 466 A. Qobn .:.. .... .... ... ........ IS R. Monne & Bro. . .. . . .. .. .. 47 L. & E. Wertheimer.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 162 C. Jacobs. . . . . . . . . 33 J. S. Gans' Son & Co............. .. .. .. 61 G. W. Gail & Ax ..................... .. 42 E. Spingarn & Co ............. .. .. .. .. .. 3 Scb warz & Weil.. ....... :.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 63 M. Neuburger & Co ........................ 79 S. Rossin & Son. . . . . . . 300 E. & G. Friend & Co ...................... 300 Schroeder & Bon......... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Levy Bros............................. ... 46 Leopold Arens........................... 25 Cohn & Stein. : ................... : ....... 100 Bunzl & Dormitzer .. : .. .. .. . .. .. 40 N.l-L!!.Chenbruch & Bro................... 86 Joseph Mayer's Sons :.................. ... 39 .H. Scbubart & Co ........................ 106 B. Grotta .. ........... : .. .. .. . . 25 L. Neuga.ss ... . . . . . 100 L. & E. Kaufman.. . .. .. . ... .. li A::S .ROaeilbaum & Co................... 118 L. Gershel & Bro. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 50 E. Hoflma;n & Son.. .. .. .. .. .. . 1 .. E." qo&linsky & Co.. .. . . . .. .. 150 Kerbs & Spiess ............... . .. fuhtBnstein Bros. & Co. .. .. . .. .. 872 Block a; .. .. .. .. .. .. 48 & ll'ieabeT o o o o oo oo C o oo oo o 00 o o 0 0 00 o o 44 }[, ....... .. .. .. 3 Strohri & Reitzenstein. .. .. .. .. .. so Sutro &)Newmark ........................ 138 S. Michaelis & Co_.. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. 29 'M. W.'Men
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APRIL 9 New York, $290.44; C. M:. S. I., \$152 49 F Truns, Philadelphia. $327 05; F. Htrech, York, $360; M. Weiler, New York, $300, the >arket National Bank, New York, $500. Tho habtli tes are said to amount to about $35,000. As the asstg 'we has not yet completed his examinatiOn of the of the firm, the assets cannot be gtven, but tt ts thought tba.t they wtll ue suffictent to pay a satlBfac torl dividend. Repor ed Failures an4 Business .. [From "'BaA:Dirl'aaT'a. ''1 0 w Becl< ctnn, etc cl>attel mortpge given for $425 6S P: -L. B. 'rraU.ue,' cigar box manufacturer; judgment Geise, cigar boxes, realty mortgage given for ,1,'1112. lga t loeed by oherilf bill of sale ef stock, fixc Eckert, cigar manufacturer, realty mortgage Jrpe New York Leaf Tobacco Board of Trade held its regJJlar month]); at tts rooms, 178 Pearl Street, on Tuesday. Mr. CQ.Slmtr Tag, the prestdent of the board occupied. the. chaJ,r, and Mr.J. Hamburger acted as After the reading of the mmutes of the previous meeting, the ptestdent announced that m con formtty with a PeliQlutwn prevtousl y passed, provtdmg for the mcorporation of the board, as provtded by an ct of the Legtslature for the mcorporatwn of ex or boards .of trade, piii!Sed May 3, 1877, he had appomted the followmg members of the board as a Trtistees:-Casimtr Tag. J. Hoffman, I M. Hon, I. RqS{lny.1 S and 3; tQ.hn Shuman, Mjller, whom he served for several years, and in after thev control a very heavy trade the cig&:rl:lo'x. j an acre, at 20 and 3; John .Aley, 7i an acre, life was accustomed to refer wtth pnde to his former and other users of lumber all over the at 118, 6 and 3; Aaron Shenk, at 21, Bl:ld 8; Benj. Hees,1 the acqu!lintance 9f persollS' -connected with the sb ducementa m the hne o! ooardi and at 10, 6 and 3; Cbr1sttan Keeperti! i at 18, 6 and 3, called ,Un4ergrouhd Rat! road', an associatiOn formed veneers poplar sycamore, butternut and Davtd Warfel, at 5 and 3. Michael DaviS, for Jos. for the of smuggling eSt:aped illaves across the and in' panel 111nd 'brush stock. Mayers1 Sons, bpug?t in ,West Earl: lme inL hand a fhll liiJe of fo'b .l t 4, 3; .Jojln 'Huffqrd, 1 at anu Jl; end,rgettc of_ the minor workers m the cause was Louis and domestic woods, lli logs, p!a kfl ; J!l. W. 1 8,_6 a!lff 3;. Edwilii mXdorf, 1 'In 'afteryear8 the old man never weaned veneers. We our. ace, ai(llf4ndS, Abranam 1 acre, at 7 of relating of his experience wtth runaway want or anythmg in ththr.line to gtve them a call. -1 S i Isaae Sheafter, ,1\_t and 3; ,Wm. slaves. Ofterl he satd, he and hts colleagues packed Commerczal Journal. 1 '' f ,wons, l! acre, ali 10, fi and 3, Jacob Ztegler, acres, the fugitivlll' in barrels or bo)(es, and sent them across 1 1 4 and 2. ,, t ,, 1 the line as merchandise. He was more once ar LANCASTER, EA., .pril 7. rested for his complictty in ruding slaves to escape, but Our Special Seed Leaf Correspondence. So trifling have the operations m tobacco of the 1879 always was released. Suffield, Conn., ApriliS.-Tobacco has been all crop become, that they are hardly worthy of record He was well known to all the freat anti slaver)C bought un in town, and only a few lots remam here No longer do we hear of sales of large quanttties, but champions, and he delighted to recal hts acquaintance and tb:6tii' unsold. Prices have ranged for wrappers only lO, 15 or 20 cases at a ttme to UJ&nufacturers by w1th such men as Gerrlt Arthur and Lewts all the way from 14 to 16 cents, where the lots have local dealers who hold any of the goods. One hun Tappan, and Horace Greeley. ue WllS not forgotten been AOld at two or more prtces, according to the dtei cases will cover the sales since our last report. after the Underground Railroad had fimshed Its 0 ( kinds made in assortmg Some tobacco The activity m our new crop has not been so great work. Its supporters and originators remembered hts has been sold m the bundle, but the great bulk of the during the past week, but thts is, not due to any fall faithful serviCes, and rewarded them with a pension. crop has been assorted. Our local buyers have been m! off m the demand for the goods. There are several ome years ago, when Horace Greeley was the-edttor active, 118 well as a number of New York buyers. One ot er very good reasons, .one of which was the unfav of tjle Tribunet Louis Napoleon was the janitor of the York buyer has purchased m Massachusetts, but or ble weather, m the latter part of last week, oUl. Tn'bune building, and was attached to Dr. Greeley lB and packing the leaf here. Westfield and and bttterly cold m the part of thiS week, w1th by ties of friendship. Ha5tford buyers have bought quite a quantity of leaf occastonal falls of snow. Thus some of the buyers ------'"'OBAcc'o. and have secured some good tobacco Som'l large were kept at home, not canng to travel over bad roads THJl PRIVATEER crops are reported here. Mr. Leroy Gillette obtained m such weather, and the deliveries fell off constder The recent'llec tston of the Enghsh.Court of Appeal from nearly two acres of ground (11,000 to 12,000 ably for the same reason. Another score upon which in the case of-Berna.ud and others agamst Rodocana.cht plants) !S 000 pounds of tobacco, 3,500 pounds of whtch small delivenes may be accounted for. is, that the first 'and others, i of mteree m thte country on account of wtapJ16rS. There will be a larger area I;Jlanted to of April is among the things b1' tl)e' p8,st. All grower!! its bearings on the disputed problem of the Alabama Havana Seed tobacco. Mr. Edwatd Austm, the well whdbad sold their crops betore tha't 'day'made baste The defendants,! who aFe merchants in Lon-' knOV!'n COII\_misslOn merchant, lS a lar_ge quan to'deliver them at the warehOUI!eB morder to :get their don, were partially insured by the plaintiffs on a tttf" Of loof at his He 1s an extensive money in time to 'meet the demanas genera,lly maJl.e quanttty of tobacco sh1pped from th1a port for Genoa grower of Havana Seed tobacco. There w ill )>e ;more upon them.; Aml they were so far successful tliat on board one of the vessels burned by Capt Semmes tobjl.(:co grown this season tha:O last we think, though nearly all the tobacco purchased until then was del,iv The msnrance-,500-wllS patd on pt-esentation of the' 1P,crease wUI not be Schooners from New ered. Saturday th,e d ehvertes very sensibly' dimin proof of loesj but when the United States its York p.'re already unloading manure at the yartous ished, not more than one load bemg seen 'where It Court of Clrums, 1ns assocmtes pre tob,cco growing towM along the River, dozen could be seen on ahrlost anr Pf!JVipqs sen ted a for the difference the' value of ans 3211 G4.n Bxemen, SISs\ Slls 14. Ham\mrg, .. 85s liZ& N. JOHN CATTtJiil -Kentucky Tobacco Our market lraS SOLE .ACENTS. rrtamfested no un:provement durmg the past DlCindl.. a;nd has remamed m 1ts apathettc qwotude, !.muted f{)r tmmedmte wants. Regte buyers have 'doue comparattvely httle, Spam took about 600 hhds, and a few hundred ho-gsheads were sold for Fnw February 481 1,384 li48 612 2,925 March .. 946 1,037 34-i 773 1 3,100 April 2 ,018 2,018 R. HAGEDORN -Receipts this month-Western 1,020 hhds. Last year, 1,'031 hhds From"New Orleans 2 do. 15 de. cio. Baltimore 50 do. 3 do. do. Virginia 501 de. 306 do. Total. .... 1,578 hhds. :Total .... 1,355 hhds. Recetpts thiS year:, Western 12,275 hhds. Last year, 8,771 hhds. From New Orleans 42 do 75 do. do Baltimore. 313 do. 27 do. do Vtrgr.ma 5 ,4ll7 do. l t do. Italy. Total transactwns sum up 3,100 hhds, of wJrich for export 1,800 hhds, manufacturers, 85()-do, and job bers 450 de. As noticed m my last Cl!l'Cular, the market bas Cll& tmued to rule m buyers' favor; and though no acWal. declme m q uotat1onB' can be satd to have takell plaee. yet holders show' more mclination to rid themselves of old stocke, probably m order to take hold of the new oror. Arrivals of new tobacco have been more liberal, bat yet transactwruJ m same were qUite moderate, lieiJJ. limited to a few speCialties and some sample ordere.. The quality of same bas, however. not tmproved, UML far new tobaccos meet orily wtth dlBBppoint ment. Exports during past month have been large, princi pally to Regte ports, which redtlces.BOmCIW hat our llklck. whtch, however, remams qu1te ampleior all requirements. 1 Vt1rgmia Leaf-Tpe Virginia leaf market for 1;be past week has been qmte acttve Some good aalea were made of and alao a few t1ercea o( smokers. -Seed Leaf-Tlie demand fpr Seed leaf has moderate during the past week, the total sales footmg up only 1,125 cs, but mcluding .a var1et1es of the 1879 growth. J s. GANssoN&Co., tobacco brokerS, 84and 86W.a Street, report as follows:-The seed leaf been very quiet total sales were 1,121> cases, divid.ell--400 cs. 1879 Pennsylvanta-F&km! : .. .............. Assorted. Wmppers 150 cs. 1879 New England....: .. 18 .. Wrappers ........ 15 @30 200 cs. 1879 State p.t. Total. ,.... 18,037 do. 14,962 do. 200 cs. 1879'0hw E xp' t Manf J ob'rs Specu Unk'n. Total 175 cs 1 879 WISconsin Sales for tha w eek 1,799 171 4 3 ... 2,013 hds Spanish-The inquiry for Havana. resulted in sales Sales for tho month hds of 400 bales of fillers at 82c@$1.20. Exporlll for the week, hhds For the month, 845 hhds Manufactured-The past week has shown DO J At New Orleans-. provement m busmess. 1 We hear complaints on evetr7: Recetpts from Jan 1, to April 2, 1881, 1,111 hhds; stde of nothmg lioing. ,There contmues the usual a.garnst 1,122 hhds 1n. 18130, .sales. thts small demand. for cheap tw.i,sts and 11 ineb, bll$ i\ ) exports: foretgn, 20 .hhds; domesttc, 2 hhds. agamst seems 1m possible to. find anythmg souucl under 8.2@Ac 'I 22 m 1880. Stock on hand and on shtpboard not per pound; and that.tsrchea.p enough, 1f buyers w0111il4 r cleared Apl'il 2, 423-hhdil. I r only think so. If they ean find goods at ibeir pmoe. a 1 1 THE T01lAoco cmcuL.as-APRIL 1 : seems to make verylittle difference what the filler Con' I>AWYEn, W.u.ui1El &: eo -.:.ir!U1U/Jn .Ua( 7'oliaUo-Re 81Bts of. 1:Manufactllrers are acting unwillelf in CMercelpts m March, 1881 (mcludlng 1,809 hhds Vugtma), 6,206 mg to such a trade. In the same way It 18 beOombtj'-1 hjldB; !880, 5,586 llhcts, 1879, 4.328 hhcts; 1878, 9,068 hhds bad m the export trade. The expofts ,tor the ', 3,691 hhds Smce Jan. 1881 (includmg 4.906 Vugima), were '170,652 pounds. 1 ; 1 16,4M hhds, 1880.,13,60'Z hhds l.B79, J Smokmg-Tbere has "besn an average 'Yeekly 'l!uai hbd s; 1877, 7,580 hhds. We hegi11 to fear we are poor nl!ss done m the more popular grades an:1 sty)esof_, prGpb8111r I smoking tobaCCO, thougP, the e&nDOt Ue caJie_ March, 1881, 11,822 hhds ;1880, 4,882 hhds, 1879, a lively one iA this or any oijler department. vr., 7 ,ft32 hhds 1878, 4 ,392 hhda 1877, 2,478 bhds. Stnce Jan 1, Cigars-The cigar market is comparatively dull..., 1881. 21.890 jilids, 1880, 16,766 hhds, 1879'; 14,092 hhds, 1878, th movements of cu:mr-makere which 11eem \op hhds,.1877, ly1.711 hbds e -..-:: _.__ 1n March J881, 8.100 hhds; 1880, 8,300; 1879, 6,000 dtrected w1thout spe.ClaL encl or rum,. except \om ..... hhds, 1878 2,500 hhllll, 1877,2,600 hbds Jan 1, 1881, mtschief and 'he waite of painters, brieklay 12,400 hhd 187)), 14 ,400 1878, 8,700 ers an.d other str1king mecbam<:B, htil.p to add to ib&-hbds, 1877, ll,Oj)O blids 11 prevailing apa;thy: 1 1 The aa.les ihV1de(a.s1follows.-.1h12 for export, mostly to 1 -Regtes; 849, m06\ly Vugirur. to manufacturers, IIDd 489 to JPbCtgar--box Ceda1'-The quotat1ons are : Mexieaa bers. And stnce Jan 1.-, cedar, cents per loot; Cuban, @11 qnW. r
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4.. 9:; Purd7 _. liiaabmy & t&''7'do: Ji' Garcia Bro& Co 11 do; Chas T Bauer & Co 4 do a W fiber 11 M.Mar\mez 1 do; lbchaelia _.Linde 2 do Howard Ives o do, H R Kelly & Oo 2 do, L P & J Frank 6 do, W H Thomas & Bro 111 do, R D Jookson 6 do, J Ward Lydecker 1 do. Dowmng. Sheldon & Co 2 do, A Slme 3 do, A Owen 4 do, J & W Sehgmann 3 do: F Alexandre & Sons 8 do, Powell & Coleman 3 do, Acker, Merrall & Cond1t 13 do Park & Tilford 20 do, Merchants DISpatch Co 11 do Rece1 pts of l!Conce at of New York for week, reported expreYlV for THE ToBACCO LEAF -Zuncalday & Argtllmhau, per Gladys, from Catama 30 pkgs (8240 lbs) liconce root EXPORTS From the pon of New York to formgn porta for the week were as follows .Antlcerp-180 hhde, 4Q bales. Braeil-3 cases .BrNMn,--20 hhds, 39 csses. 229 hales. .Brilkl!-20 hhds. IJrili8/l. .Amtralia-30 caacs, 402 pkgs (80,411 lbs) mfd JJritilhPI>-m Afrsca-9 hhds, 64 pkgs (9,748lbs) mfd Bnti.Bh Westlndwa-2 hhds, 7 csses, 1 bale, 154 pkgs (21,20a lbs) mfd Oanada-454 bales pkgs (10,08Q lbs) m!d, 0611tral.Amerua-10 pk.r;s (1,600 lbs) mfd Da:nW. Wt.!! Ind1es-l pkg (20 lbs) mfd Dutch w .. t rr.a ... -11. bales, 7 pkgs (1,671 lbs) rofd. West lndus-36 hbds, 1 c!'l$e GialgQtD-9 hhds. 25 pkgs (4,400 lbs) mfd Hatniurg,--10 hhds. 469 10 pkgs (1,600 lhs) mfd hbd s Haglli-9 hhds, 4 cases, 128 bales LM]>ool-168 hhds, 16 cases, 50 pkgs (8,851lbs) mfd. _London,.-77 hhds, 10 cases 134 pkgs (24,829 .bs) rnfd. .Mrico--10 cases, 1 pkg (160 Ills) mfd lww Ric<>-40 pkgs (4,600 lbsJ mfd. U. 1ft Qf Colom/na-78 bales, 24 pkgs (2,624lbs) rnfd pkgs (352 lbs) mfd Jal'OiilTS II'ROH THErPORT 01!' NEW YORK TO II'OREJGN PORTS I'ROH JANUARY 1, 1881, TO APRIL 8, 1881. Hhds. C&ses Bales Lbs rofd Aden. ... ... Afnoa ............ .. 210 Amsterdam . 117 .A>Itwerp....... . 1,085 Austl:ia. .. .. .. Jlygtnltia.... 152 Brellllln ... .......... 1,4'B Bntisll N. A. Colomes.. 72 C anada..... ...... Central Amerrca 4 China and Japan Copenhar;en East IndieS .. Franee ......... -' .. 3,309 G1braltar 9:i Glasgow ,. . 251 Hambw:g.... 15 1 Italy .. .. .. .. 7, 703 Lrverpool .. 1 428 LondOl!l .. . 700, Other BritiSh Ports 395 Malta 158 Mexico............ .. 1 New "Zealand Portuga l . . 188 Rotterdam. 540 SandwiCh Islands Spa10 ................. G,071 SOutli Amenca. 329 West lndiea. . .. 368 23,608 36 648 98 3,400 1 21 14 667 91 O 33 337 11 33 4 203 21 42 260 6,637 1W '""44 7,613 1,4011 28 100 12 62 1,532 2,408 8S3 14,393 6,380 7, 2 14 11,464 360 1,028 28,789 711,299 33,866 23,688 207,295 17,302 1,220 10,335 137,915 3,757 00 21,340 227,128 337,380 1,617,068 QUOTATIONS of WHOLESALE PRICES. PARTICULAR NOTICE. :C.ery ouppooed to be at an advance on tint -. tho prlohtAID&ble bJ' g4 t18 OM ... r.o.s..iwd14C16.t:I8C!t 28 @<15 Navy lOs or Pocket Plecoe Gold Bani 80 @45 N"'l"'head &wi&1i 2101111 ti awll2-1Dcll twist 00 @35 CIGARS, Ha......., perK $MOI50 J Seed, per It! Seed and 'Havana per H 400 UR.Ul.IJLATBD IIMOIING TOBACCO, 15040 ... -IGJodto-1 11ft1Jpp; '' (SUbject to dilcoUD\ t<> the who!M&Ie JA.merlcanGeDtlemao --0-'lt BooCCh .. Luadytoo& 66. B&ppee, J'reach '1'20-LICORICE PASTE, Tmwlta-..... tl." "'l' w S" 'A. US." "G." t "Star" uM ,1;,., '"P G ",6 DOJIESTIO REOEIPTS. 18 18 18 ld 21 18 19 The domestJ.e the port of New York for the week were as foUowe.1048 hlul8, 254 trcs, 33 trcs, 29ii9 cs leaf, 2 biles do, 1164 cs smkg, 826 do mfd, 81 bxs do. 6 % bxs do, 54 bxs do, 23 bxs do, 523 !4-txs do, 10 1 6 bxs do, 48 J.t-bxs ao, 121 cads do, 260 cads do, 11 cs cigarettes, 4 trcs snUff, 84 bbls do, 16 bbls do, 2 crates do. M kegs tlo, 9 jars do, 769 bxs do, 100 bxs pipes, 1 box samples, cons1gned as tallows IJr I/Jri4 RaUrodd-Pollard, Pettus & CO 48 hhds, D J Ganh, Son.t; Oo 14do; Sawyer, Wallace & Co ad-P' C Linde & Co 14 do, M 13 do; Havemeyers & Vtgehua 4 do; Basch .t: Ft!cher 43 do; N Laehenbrocll & B'ro do: Chaa F 'fag & Son 268 do; E Gosliaaln & Co 2ii9 do, ltl Neuburger:& Co 1 do, L & E Knuf man 16 do, L & E Wel1be1mer GS do, L Gerobel & Bro 6 do; E Hollman & Son 1 do, & Sp1ess 54 do; LichteOlltem Bros & Co 177 do, Block & L10dbe1m 48 do. Joseph Mayers' So,nsl do, H Schubart & Co 1 do, G W Helme 27 cs mfd, 4 tree Slluft, 84 bbls do, 16 }tbbls do, 768 bxs do, 56. kegs do, 9 Jar do, 2 cralils do. 1 By tliminiml 8te4tmkip Li.u Poll a rd, Pettus & Co 311 hhds; J J Thomas 5 do; ME' Weideofcld 10 do. FE Owen 4 hhds, 44 trcs. Je>a D Evans & Co2 hhdt! 15 cs mfd, W 0 Smith & Co 89 hhds, 1:16 tree, 2 cs amkg. 100 do mfd. 0 do c1garettes, R ltl Allen & Oo 1 trc R A Mills II do, P Lor1llard & Co :11 do, 1 box samples: E DnBo1o 86 U cs mfd, 40 cads ao, 811 M biS do, ME McDowell & Co 007 C8 smkg. 210 do Iong-ent, li do mfd, II 34 bxs do, Dohan, Carroll & Co 29 es mfd. bxs do, 10 bxs do. G W Hllhhan li-es mfd. 5 )il bxs d"o, 24 ct>do do, Ji Wirt Mathews 2 cs smkg, 4 !4-bxs do, Jas M Gardiner 1 cs smkg. 1 do mfC:, 29 bndo, 7 }4 bxs d(); H K a. J'B Tl)nrber & Oo.21i da smkg, 3 domfd, 10 .J,j; bxs do, J D lleilly, Jr 10 cs mfd, 6% bxs do: H Welsh 6 cs smkg, 1 do m!d, 73 bxs do, 4 cads do, 200 do Augustm & Dusel 1 cs smkg, II do c1gar ettes: Leopold M11ler 60 cs smkg A Heu 22 do; P Hart 2 do. W1se & Dendhe1m 70 do, Fa Leggett & Co 400 J4-b.x,il do; Kaufmann Bros & Boody 100 bxs p1pes, Thompson. 111oore & Co 13 cs smkg, 66 do mfd, 35 cads do, Order 52 bhds, 53 cs smkg .149 do mfd 8 uxs do, 20 do 8 do, 62 )4 bxs do, 10 1 6 bxs do, 43 bxs do, 16 cads do, GO cads do, 1 cs c1garettes, 1 box snuff coastwue Jom Savannah-Pollard, Pettus & Co 24. hhds Coastwue fro>n Ne1JJ Orlean&-Order 2 hhds B11-tlind Baltrrum 'Jlramportatwn Llns A Lauterbach 2 bales leaf, Jeffreys & Co 1 cs smkg, Order 150 hhds. GoasttJJWJ(mn Key WMt--The rece1pts bythisweek'ssteamer will be g1ven 10 our next 1ssue Eastern Markets. PHILADELPHIA, Apnl 7.-M.r. A. R Fougeray, To bacco Manuf l\(lturers' Agent, reports to THE ToBACCO LBAl' The past week'.s busmess 10 manufacturP.d hard tobaccos sho\\S but shgbt Improvement beyond the extra efforts bemg made by three of our promment manufacturers to obtano. a port10n of the daily sales of this City to local and country trade so far theu mducements offered have met With success, and appear favorable for future operallons It now looli:s as 1f hereafter a dlvis10n of the spo1ls will be necessary Pnces hold steady 1or A No 1 goods F'ine Out.!Move exceedmgly slow Smoking Tobacco-Gradual but constant for undoubted reliable brands Cigars-A fa1r trade for 0 K goods Snuff-The demand all that can be expected boxes, 4,628 caddies, 696 cases, and 229 pa.illl of fine cuts Exported of manufactured tobacco. To L1verpool, per steamer Ob10, 8,000 lbs Seed Leaf-Handlers of Cigar leaf cla1m a fau business, with demand largely beyond the supply of stock m store wh1ch &t thiS t1me IS reqmred by manufacturers, 10 other words, old l eaf 1s scarce and dllllcult to obtrun at a pnce at whwh 1t can be re sold at a fa1r margm ThiS 1s partiCularly the case w1th old Pennsylvama. Prospects are report ed favorable and en couragmg, but packers must not pay too h1gh a pnce for new leaf, as c1gars will only bring a certlUO prrce, do not kill the goose that lays the golden egg HaMna-A pleasant, profitable busmess. Hogshead .Leaf-Exceedmgly slow Rece1pts for the week -419 csses Connecticut, 281! cases P e nnsylvama 44 casew W ISconsln : 36 cases Oh1o, 124 hales Havana, and 612 hbds of V 1rgiwa and Western l eaf tobacco. Sales foot up-838 cases Connecticut, 310 cases Pennsyl vania, 29 cases W1sconsm, 22 cases Ohio, 89 bales Havana, 11 hhds V1rg!rua and Western leaf. and 201 hbds Western m transit direct to manufooturers In this City EXtJor ted of leaf tobacco: To Liverpool, per steamer Ohio 70,58ll' lbs .Western and Southern Markets. BALTIMORE, Apr 7 -11Iessrs Ed W1schmeyer & Co Tobacco ComiDlsswn Merchants, report to TiiE ToBACCo L:Ji:AP as follows:-Receipte of leaf tobacco continue very light of b0\h and Ohio, and holders are firm The reqmre men t for France th1s year ""'ill be some 9000 hbds Maryland, and 7200 hhds Obw tobacco, tbe contract t<'l be grven out 1u a few weeks The quanllty of Maryland cgmpr1ses abo.u,t one half of the 1880 crop. 8ales of both l\faryland and Ohio are very small, and w1ll not mcrease until re cerp ts are more liberal QUOTATIONS. Mary rand-inferior and frosted . .. $ 2 00@ 8 00 -sound common. .. . . . 4 00@ 5 00 good do 5 00@ 6 00 middling-. . .. . . .. 6 :10@ 8 00 good to fine red . . 8 50@10 00 fancy . 10 00@14 00 upper country . . . .. .. 4 00@16 00 ground leaves new S 00@ 8 00 Ohio-1nfer10r If> good common,. . 3 00@ 4 greeniSh and br9wn 4 00@ 6 00 med1bm to fine red .. .. .. .. .. 6 50@ 9 00 common to medmm spangled . . 6 00@ 8 00 fiue spangled to yellow 9 00@15 00 Air cmed 10edmm to fine.......... . . 6 00@13 00 Kenttucky-trasb 4 00 5 00 common lugs.... . .. .. .. I! 00@ 6 00 good lugs 6 00@ 7 00 common leaf 7 00@ 8 00 medlum leaf . .. . . . . 9 00@10 00 good le af .. . 10 00@11 00 tt:ne to chotce . . . . .. 11 1!0@13 00 Vuguua-coupnon and good lugs . 3 00@ 5 00 common to me!lmm leaf . . 6 00@ 8 00 fau to good leaf 8 00@10 00 selections . 12 00 00 atems. common to .fine. ... -. 1 llO@ 2 00 Inspected thi8 week -212 hhds Maryland, 19 do Ohio; total, 2311io Cleared sa me period -Per steamer Leipzig for Bremen 36 hhds Maryland tobacco, and 57 do V1rgW1a stems, per brig Anna for Rotterdam, 191 hhds Maryland and Ob1o, and 2 do Kentucky tobecco, per s\eamer St Columbia for Antwerp, 10 bhds Maryland tobacco TOBACCO t'ITATEHENT. ian. 1, 1881-Stock on hand 10 tobacco wareheuses and on sb1pboard not cleared . 21,486 hhds Inspected thu week . . . 231 bhds Inspected preVIously this year 1,149 hbds I 22,866 bhds 5,410 hhds Stock 10 warehouse th1s day aud on shipboard not cleared .. . . 17,456 hhds Stock same IIWe 101880 17,130 hhds .Man u(Mtured market contmues fa1rly act1ve at unchanged prlCeg J J 1 r CHICAGO, Apnl 6 -Mr George C Tate re preentmg C F. Hrne, manufacturer o! fine c1gars, New York, repo'rts to TBE ToBwco LEAI!':-Trade IS shghtly 1mprov1ng in the leaf branch, as well as 10 manufactured tobacco of all kinds, but collections contmue to, come In slow Our weather now IS very fin e, and if we do not get any more drawbacks, busmess w1ll soon be very br1sk. Imports for tbe we e k -April 4 Sutter Bros 50 bales leaf, S F Boolle & Co 10 do. The well known azent &f Messrs Sutro & Newmark, Mr Wb1tman, 1s our trade this week tn the Interest of his famous Key West L CINCINNATJ:, 0., Apr 1.-Meaars. Prag)le & Matson Leaf Tobacco Brok e rs and Re dryers of Cuttrng Leaf and Plug Fillers, report to THE ToBAcco LBAI!' as follows.-Tb_ere has been comparatively little change 10 the market for leaf tobacco since our Clrculai of a month ago Rece1pts contmue h beral but are sllll largely made up of the low and common sorts of the crop, wh1cb, und e r a somewhat better request, have sold rather more m f avo r of se llers The better and more useful k10ds, because of them scarcity, have met an active demand fwui manufactmers, and a s a rule br1ng n ea rer to outs1de quo tat10ns than at a ny time smoe the first of the year. The con tmuaoce of wmtry w eather 1s causmg a good deal of anxmty as nearly all iarm wot k, and espectally preparatiOns for the to bacco crop will be delayed far beyond the usual tim e and 1t 1 feared tbat the expected l a rge planting wrll be necessanly cur tailed. STATEMENT FOR MONTH OJ' MARCH, Stock on ha"i:!d Mar. 1 1881' Rece1pts tlurmg month, Total Deliveries durmg month -. Stoc1t in warehouses Apr 1, 1881. ......... .......... 4,007 do do 1880 ..... ............ 4.680 Actual sales dunng the month .... .... .............. 4,39-l TEABL Y COKI' A.IWIONS I 1881 Hbds Receipta from Jan 1 to Apr ..... 10,8-4.'1 Deltveries do do do ..... 10,723 Offenngs do do do .. . .14,748 Actual sales do do .. . . 10,418 I QUOTATIONS. New. OuUong dark lugs 3 50@ 4 00 Oommon brtgbt smok1nglugs. 4 110@ :1 1!0 ltled1um do do 6 00@ 7 00 Good do h do 7 00@ 9 00 Common bright strippmg lugs 6 00@ 7 50 Medmm do do 1 do 8 00@ 9 00 Good do do do-10 00@12 00 Fme do do do 14 00@16 00 :&fedlum bright leaf .13 00@111 00 Good do .. 16 00@17 50 F10e do ...... 18 00 XA.NUPACTURJNG-PLUG STOCK. COmmon dark and tl"al!hy tillers .. 7 00@ 9 00 :Med tillers, some color and body 10 00@12 00 14 00@16 00 Ji'me fillers, br1ghL do do 17 ;)()@19 00 Old. 4 119 5 00 600@700 7 00@ 8 00 8 00@10 00 7:10@850 9 00@11 00 12 00@15 00 16 00@18 00 15 00@17 00 18 00@20 00 22 00@25 \\0 CLARKSVILLE, Tenn., Mar SO -;-Messrs, M. H Clark & Bro Tobacco Brokers, repon to THB TOBACCO LEAF ?!larch goes out like a lion, for two days the weather has been cold, w1tb high wmds and a drimg snow-storm, though the snow does not he, but melts, wh1ch doe& nol Improve the 1oads Onr rece1pts are moderate, l!.od our sales for the week ending to.{]ay were 195 hhds The market was firm and strong for all sorts bavmg quahty or body, but a. sllade easier on Q1JOTA'l'IONB. 3;14@ 4)4 .,...... 6 .............. 8 Good leaf . Fine leaf .. . .. .. . Seleetlons . .. It Is reported that the cold snao has seriously damaged the plant bode, but the harm done IS no doubt exaggerate!l. THE TOBACCO LEAF. A>pril6.-Notwlthot&Ddlngthe wtwtry weather, an snowmg for four days, ou r sales for the week eodmg to day were 240 hhds The market was firm and steady at unchan ged pnces. The plant beds are reported as much lDJured by the hard freezes of the past week, but the damage is, no doubt, lied We had hoped that the New York tobacco stocks would be published as cla ssified, accord10g to the years when received, and by actual count, on the 1st mst but the receipts are added to the rep01 ted stocks a n d the ah1pment deducted, and the balance repor te d as actual stocks as usual, so the figures st1ll h e With the doubts of the trade on them DANVILLE, Va., 111ar 31 -Pan! C Venable, Leaf To bacco Broker, reports to THE ToBacco LBAl' as fellows Our sales are comparatively small at present, owmg to the cold, windy weather now prevailing Sa l es have very mnch drmm1s bed 10 amount, and consist very largely of what bas accumu l a ted 10 the war e houses durmg the past few weeks PriCes contmue about the same as when last quoted QUOTATIONS F1llers-Common dark lugs ...... ..... @4 @5 @7 @9 @6 @8 @13 @12 @18 @25 @40 @70 Common dark leaf Good do .. Common bnght leaf .. .. Good do .... : .... Smokers-Common Medmm. Good. .. Fme and extra Wrappers-Uommon. Medmm : Good .. Fme ..... Extra Apnl 7 -The weather has been qmte cold for several d&ys so that durmg the present week the sales have been very small w1tjl nothing of mterest to note Sales for March footed UJ? 8,229,942 lbs, wh1ch sold at an average of $10 22 per cwt Sold from Oct. 1, 1880, to Apnll, 1881, 12 945,8S1lbs, averag mg tO per cwt Durmg the correspondmg penod of last year sales amounted to 17,31a,460 lbs, $10 73 Wh1le the crop now selltng '" not so large as last year 's the difference 10 the &mounts sold, as stated above, IS due maml v to the fact that we have bad comparatively sn little fit for haodlmg tobacco, and prices being lower than last year, farmers have not been so anxious to sell It IS the general opmwn that more than palf of tlie crop is still10 the hands of the farmers. DURHAM, N. C,, Mar SO -Messrs D1brell Bros & Co, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report to THE ToBACCO LEAF -We have no changes to make 10 last quotstwns, though there rs an 1ncreased demanll for the better grades especmlly fine wrappers, there has also been an mcrease 10 the supply The heavy stock 1879 crop, espeCially SCJap, bas gotten to be a drug,lwith but small sa4's, thouj:h a few sales of tine sweet old cutters have been made at good figures Manufacturers report trade good. I QUOTATIO[NS. I Common dark lugs . 1 Leaf ... 3 @ I Good Common br1gbt leaf .. Good Smokers-Common ........ Medmm ........... ,Fme Wrapper s-Common ..... :&Iedium . .. I Good Fme . 1Extra tine . 5 @ 5 @ 7 @10 4 @ 5 10 @13 13 @20 20 @25 25 @45 45 @65 April6 -Drymg w10ds and cold, bad time for handbag to bac.co, hght snow one or two days. No sales of loose tobacco Nothmg worthy of note on the market except a few sales of 1879 crop at buyers' offer, sellers a httle more 10c!ioed to gtve m to buyers PriCes a little eas1er, owmg to the bad condition of offermgs EVANSVILLE, Ind., Apr 6 -Mr C J Moms, To bacco Broker, reports to TBE ToBAcco LEAF -Smce my last report our market has been dull and lower on all grades Re ce1pts are large, for the week, 537 bhds, sales, 485 do Cond1 two and quallty IS a dec1ded Improvement on the past The weather IS .fine, and we may now )ook for libeml rece1pts and sales 250@ 300 tl25@480 3 75 400 450@ 500 550@ 750 HENDERSON, Ky., April. 5 -Mr. Posey Marshall reports to THE TQBACco LEAP -Smce my l ast report little or nothmg of mterest has transJ:lued 10 our tobacco marj14 1,588 do do the year ....... 3 873 2,848 Sales for past month 1 ,293 1,141 do the year .. .......... 2,491 2,263 Shipments for past month 411 339 do do the year ......... 1,738 1,119 Stock on band ..... : ..... 2,044 2,611:1 LOUISVILLE, Apr. 5.-Mr. Wm. J. Lewei"!I, To bacco AuctiOneer, reports to THB ToBAcco LLUI' as follows. Rednpts for week eodmg to day 800 hhds, agamst 920 hhds same 'veek last year 'rile light rece1pta are due to the cold, IJarsb weather of past two weeks We have had snow every day since last Tuesday it 1s now clear, cold and wlndv. Far' men nre from twn to four weeks be lund 1n their regulir work No out door vegetation showmg any' green as yet Total sales m l\f,uch, 6814 hhds, agamst 6638 do last year. SALES FOR WEEK, ETO., ENDING TUESDAY, 5TH INST1 Ware/wU888 W&lk. Month Year G1Ibert 81 14 187 P1ckett. . 117 67 2,451 P1ke .. .. .. 19 15 500 Nmth Street. .. 178 102 2,458 People 's .. .. 20 15 417 Boone . . . .. . 86 30 998 Green River . 91 42 027 Lomsville 127 73 2,156 Falls C1ty 116 83 21086 Planters 96 52 1,710 Kentucky Assoc1atwn 80 47 1,266 Farmeril -1811 7l 1, 798 Eoterpr1S6 .. 57 19 1,070 Totals ........................ 1,154 630 18,119 17,836 12,973 19,005 Year 1880 (to lOth) ....... ....... 1 244 1,8113 Year 18711 (to 11th) ................ 1 ,180 2,300 Year 1878 (to 12th) .. .. .. 796 1,1184 Sales for week and year, 4ivided as follows.' I WNA:. Origm.t new ........ 1 .. .. .. .. .... .. .. Ontt Slji@ 8 14 17 15 @19 Selections 8 Cll 8 C 10 17 19 19 023 Qu!lllde figures for chOice croxJ in good merchantable con dltlon *!'lug makers' kinds. .. j I From Wm. G. :Meier 'Ky:., Apnl1.& 0:,. 'tJ Circular, t ; Sales in March .. .. .. .. .. Receipts m March .. 1 Deliveries m :March ... 1 Sales smce Jan. 1 .. Receipts smce Jan. 1 Dehvene& smce Jan 1 .. Stock March 31 .. ..... Stock unsold, 3, 750 hhds. QUOTATIONS. 188L 6,808 5,831 5,478 17,489 13,886 1.1,069 7,456 1880. 6 649 j 6:693 5,747 15944 14,031 L4,134 13,488 Hea1ty. Oolory cutt'g Common lugs 3 50@ 4 00 3 71i 4 25 5 00 6 00 Good lugs 4 00@ 4 50 4 25 5 00 6 00 8 00 Common leaf 5 00@ 6 00 5 00 6 00 8 00@10 00 MediUm do 6 00 7 00 7 00@ 8 00 12 00 00 Good do 7 00 9 00 9 00 00 15 00@18 00 Fme do 9 00@10 00 10 00@12 00 20 00 00 Fretghts, all rail, to New York, Baltrmore, Philadelphia, Boston, Dark, heavy tobacco is coming In now more freely, but a great portwo of 1t IS mfenor, and the crop thus far presents but httle choice, riCh leaf GEo F GUNTHER's 11fontbly Report says -The market dunng March showed cons1jerable tiuctuation, espemally on Mason County descr1ptwns lt closed for the month 1i1m and f>11r'y act1ve, Wllh an mcreas10g general demand on the part of both the home and the export trade Old manufactur10g grades have been and contmue 10 fair demand and 10 prices Old export goods are comparatively scarce, w1th but slight demand for such 'MAYFIELD, Ky., April 2 -M.r. W. S Melloo reports to THE ToBAcco LEAF as follows -Our tobacco market continues 1lrm and active for all gtades, wrtb srues of 36 hhds thiS week Receipts contmue hght, OWlllg to unfavorable weather for handiiop: tobacco, and unless we bave a good season for handling there Will not be much sotd before 1\fay. The crop 1S turmog out much better tlian I expected, thme be10g some really good tobacco although not so large as the last crop, 1t 1s genet ally of medmm length and leafy 1 fear the present cold soap has damaged the plants very mate rially, from what I can learn from planters. QUOTATIONS Lugs-Cor;omon to medmm ........... 3 00 @ 3 50 Medmm to good ............... 3 75 @ 4 50 Leaf-Common to medmm 5 00 @ 6 50 Good.. .. . 7 00 @ 8 50 Fme-None offerrog on hand September 1 1880 . . . .... past 3 days .. . .. . 244 Arnved prevrously .. ...... 1345 I 1,732 !,732 1 ,800 Stock on hand and on shipboard .. do last year .. NASHVILLE, Tenn., Apr 1-W. A;. ethel, Leaf Tobacco Broker reports to THE ToBACCO LEAl!' If& follows Our market has ruled qmet and firm throughout '!be "eek and month Receipts shghtly on the mcrease 'l'bere IS some 1m J!'rovement in order and quality Tbe weather Ill stormy. 1t has been snowmg &nd blowmg for the past twenty four hours The ground IS frozen, and the snow IS nov; mclmed to and falling rapidly at thiS moment We jom our M H Clark, of Clatksvrlle, 10 urJ,tmg a count of '..fie stocks and of rec e1V1pg The trade needs "'' well as the planter Rece1pts for tll 6 month of March, nhds, sales, 181 do, stock, 267 do. QUOTATIONS Ljlgs-Low to medmm 1 3 50@ 4 00 Good 4 00@ 4 50 'Leaf-Low 4 25@ 4 75 Med1um to good m edru m 4 75@ 5 25 u Good 5 50@ 6 5 0 Afncan sorts . 6 50@ 7 50 RICHMOND, 6 -W. E D1brell, L eaf Tobacco Broker, repmts to 'IDE ToBACCO LEAF -Wmtry weather, sma ll breaks, and a dull ma.1 ket ba ve charactenze d the past week's tob acco market Re samphng of s ome new bnghts bas alr eady commenced, a nd o( such are our sales ch1efly at present In dark: there IS an exceeihogly meagre quantity offenng, and we are begmomg to see and feel that there will be a very short crop here In v e ry good wrappers the sup p l y about equals the demand, 10 fine 1mccs nommal cuttmg and stemming bnght at from in excess of demand There has been some latge transootwus 10 old smokers-better grades at 10@13, and some very frur sales ot old wrappers at 22@30c. Stocks on h and Apnl1 -Ins))ected stock, 9709 hljds. 673 trcs, unmspected stock, 3,684 hhds, 84 trcs, total stock, 13,393 hhds, 1557 trcs. MONTHLY REPORT-APRIL 1. Total tor the month Inspections during month Pret1ous 1881 2 661 bhds hhds 790 bhcls 8,<151 bhds 2,861 hhds 6,332 bhds 8,998hhds Tobacco Stems bhds bhds 667 bhds 66 hhds 1880 8,637 hhds lbhds 1,7ffl bhds 5,375hhds 8,637bhds 7,6311 bhds 11,176 bhds Tobacco Stems hhds hhds 1,961 hhdo 289 hhds 667 hhds 66 bhds 1 961 hhds 289 hhds 5,2119 hhds 756 hhcls 12,5a9 hhds l,WS hhds APRIL 9 Offerings during the month 1881. Or1gmals. .. .. . .. .. 964 ReVIews. . .. . .. 257 BRE:&IEN.-Our Bremen correspondent furnishM the followmg account of the Seed leaf market at that port for the week ending Mar. 17-Recetpte from New York, 284 cases, sales, 184 cases, sold before their arr1valm port, stock on hand, 3 ,250caaesleaf, and 250 do cuttmgs. Prices were quoted as follows -WraP pers, 70@250 pfgs; bmders, 55@75; fillers, 35@50. The receipts of Havana leaf durmg the week endmg at the above date amounted to 1 311 bhl!l!!, from New York; sales, 24 bales; stock on hand, 8,400 bales. Prices ranged as follows -Wrappers, good and fine brown, 650 to 1,400 pfgs; wrappers, ordmary brown, 359 to 600 pfgs, wrappers, mued with fillers, 180 to 300 pfgs tillers, 100 pfgs. The followmg 1s a statement of the movement In hogshead to.bacco m the Bremen market for the week ending March 17 Bav Ohio Scrubs lld. Va. 11)-StoCk on ha.nd Mar 10, 1881 441 711 1,180 !,711 4,340 40 711 2I5 1,180 2, 7111 4,340 i,OM 00 38 69 IS Totallrom Oct 1todate 51!2Cllihds 82!hhds 141l00hhds 2,287hhdt! StoekonhandMar 17 441 771 215 1,160 2,718 4,211 S,llll Stocks on )!arch 1 16,032 bhds 8,067 hhds Sales 20 "38 Add 2,661 hhds 3 ,688 bhds vw .w 12.693 hhds ll,705hhds Owmg to a combinatiOn of causes, the tobacco mar2859hhds 4,440hhds ket was exceedmgly qmet durmg the week, and all Oft', deliv' fcs d'rlng month Common lugs Good lugs Low leaf Medium leaf. Good lear Fine leaf Bright smokers Bnght and sun--cured fillers brown bright Market dull 9834 hhds 2,988 hhds QUOTli.TIONS 7,265 hhds Light 'Leaf. Heavy Leaf. 4 5 @5)i 8 @25 6 @40 15 @'Ill 1)4@ J)i I"'@ l%@ 8Ji N. C., Apr 6 -Messrs Jourgensen & Co, of the Cash Tobacco Warehouse, report to TUB 1'.,BAC co LEAl!' -PriCes and offermgs remam unchanged QUOTATIONS Lugs-Dark common to meruum . 2 00@ 4 00 Bnght common to me4ium . 8 00@ 4 00 Bnght good to fine.......... .. 4 00@ 7 50 Smokers-Bnght common to medium. 4 00@ 00 < good to fine .. .. .. 5 00@ O JOO do line to. fancy .. .. 9 00@14 00 Leaf-Dark pommon to medium . 3 09@ ut ch1efly confined to the products of one New York factory Key West c1gars are arriving 10 moderate quantities. Manufactured Toboocos-Tbere have been some country buyers in the market th1s week who have bought fa1r parcels, which bas g1vcn some hfe to the busmess, but there are as yet no indications of the expected sprmg boom havmg arr1ved or bemg at hand. There has been more dQing durmg the week, and some round lots have been taken by manufacturers Holders are expecting to sell cons1derable leaf dunng the next th1rty days. They :Uve not succee9ed yet, however, 10 establlsbin!!" any important advance on last quotations, and pnces still con tlnue here relatrvely lower than those obtamed for Similar qualities in New Yerk' Followln' 18 a statement of the overland receipts of Cigars an.d tobacCo:-1 < (Jiga-CJgarw, To-. euea. eu... Lbo. L & E WerLhe1mer .. ... 1,1110 1 E8berg, Bachman & Co 4 29,280 M!Chaelitschko Bros 1 8 1,850 H Rosenfeld & Uo 2,660 Wellman, Peck & Co. 1 G60 :.Jas A Dnnkbouoe 1 1 1 1 H Sutli1f .... ?. Hyman Bros M chB 'I ayna ros ........ Oppenheimer Bros 1 ,L1ebes Bros. . . Sanderloa & Horn Falkenetjlin Co .. Lohman & Cogh11I Ordeoatein & Co ... W J Houston ,c;, Vo .... ;, Schwabbacher Bros A M.au & Co .1 1 ltl P Kohl berg ..... Wm Le'wts.... '' M Rosenahlne .... Kosmmsky Bro11 .. Tacher& Oo ...... For Tah1t1 .. \.. . 1 3 l 1,3!0 (8.5 CS) 850 1,6:0 2,460 560 8.760 2,1140 1,120 > 1 1,730 820 22 8111' 1390 2 000 li,460 j 30 c 16,800 2,11:10 MUlmer .. ... .. 1 Total Imports by sea and ra1l -114,170 lbe, 115 cs tobacco, 21 cs c1gars, 6 cs c1garette.a Exports, 1049lbs tobacco, 16 cs cigars. ST. LOUI.S.-Mo.L Apr1l 2 C & R. Dor mltzer & Co.'slllontbly Tobacco Report eays.-Olfermgs, rece1pts and ilehvenes at the tobacco warehouses of St Lours-Stook on h&nd March 1 Rece1pts durmg March. I 1881 Delivenes to city..... . 613 Delivcncs for shipment. 351 1881 bhds 6639 1267 71166 1800 676 626 964 busmess act1v1ty seemed to be at an end. Prmce BISmarck',;; 1'1\Cent remarks regardmg his monoJ)oly plans have 'rau-e-;-and 'be floods to which some of the principaf. thoroughfares of the city have been subJected have also been a great rmpediment, and caused many obstruct10ns. Bestdes, most of the busi ness men were fully occupied m bnngmg in safety their supplies which were threatened by the flood. 'l'ransact10ns in hogshead tobaccos, therefore, were mamly luruted to small lots of Kentucky, Vtrgmiaand Maryland, which were sold at former pnces. HAVANA; Apnl 2.-Messrs.Bosselm;mn&Schroe der, comnuss10n to THE TOBAOOO LEAF as follows -Sinc!l our last, on the 5th of March, there has been no perceptible m tae market and goods necessary to supply the Immediate demand are bought up at full prices. Wtth the exceptiOn of some low graded tobaccos, there has been no general sinking of pnces during, the past month, as might have been e.xpecfed; but we have no doubt that the 1879 tobacco and last year's crop, of wh1ch there are 3,000 baiC!I .still on Jumd, mcludmg both Partidios and RemediO!I, w).ll fall considerably in prices as soo.n a8 thllnew crop Diakes its appearance m .the market. , Some lots of Vuelta. Abajo fillers werEl disposed of at to $65 gold l!!nd 11-large quantity of 1879 Partido tobacco, amounting to abOut 1,500 bales, changed hands at, the rate of $40 to W gold per qtl. Remedios tobaccos of year's crop present are sold at a rate not *
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GARCIA, BRO. & -(SUCCESSORS OF FELIX GARCIA.)Importers of L;f T Ob8CCo, 167 'VVATER.. N'E'VV "Y LOZANO, PENDAS co., ::I:l.\l::X" C> x-l. C> Ii" \The ):JA MIA. L.P.&C-0 Brand. E JIIARK. N" .A. T 0 B.A. C 0 <> "' STFI.EET, N'E"tt'U Y'C>FI.:S:. G. "'WI7. G.A.XL &; .A.:JE:, f!a crJ;_;.a1. 5Ui &; 514. EAST n-3. STREET, :Niw YORK; I P.A.O:U:.:EIB.S C>F SEED LE.A.P' -AND-IMPOR:rERS OF Til DrPOBTATION of SUMATRA WRAPPERS A SPECIALITY. ( 166 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. CARL UPMANN, Oflice:. l : S STRE:ET, H:I!JVV JOSEPH A VEGA. JACOll VEGA & BERNHEIM, Packer& an.d X:n1por1:era o-r 18'7 PEA.B.X.. &TFI.EET, N'E"'V .. 'S!"OB.::a:.. ESTJR.E:Z:..L.A. .N'o. 1C, Jt:I:.A. 'V' .A.JSTA .. THE Don-tor's CXGAR.. The Finest_ and Best Cigar in tbe U. S. FOB. THE MONEY. 1 -o-HYDROITE B B hi THE LADlES' FE!RL. erger u;; ue er, Publlabeclb, I I I =..:-.1 c:::t I 8. P. Chestnut, Ill i .... or 'L.oLC :e. db Oo. 11 Park Streea .. .. as freely and Is ae well known as theN. Y. Herald. ---o---lily Unanimous Con!ent Prononnoecl THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. --o----..._ Preerva."ti.ve 1 iJ'"U.IIil't "the Trade n.eod.Z Jteepa :FiaeCut, Plq aad Leaf Tobacco and Cfca.r Hobt, and preveu.b Holdlq; fa perfectly Taote leu, ... a doe not deot tl&e flavor of the Tobacco ill any way. In uaJ.nc it, there' b no iaterferenco with tl&e prooeaa of H&llufacturlng, au.d Tobacco oo.n be prepa.rod ao uaual. We have duplicate ordera from tkoae who have uaed it. All vo aak b a trW to convince you of ita value. Cheap and Ecou.omioaL Price II AliTfNTION, CIGAR MANUfACTURERS I this and defy contradiction. No manufacturer should be-with .' Especlally Suitable for Drua ...... Foster, Hilaun & eo.. eu.ly 12 per Gallou., or 25o per Pint. Forturther!l!formationaddreali H. MICHAELIS. 202 Fulton Street, NEW YORK. SIEBER;l S. A., D:t;:LVIN, BELVIN & M.&NUP.&CTUBEBS OF FINE CIGARS AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, f6, 18 &: 20 St., and 2, 4 & 6 Hall New York. WANTED -An experienced Cigarette Salesman. )['!-St have the best of referenCtll!, and be well-and fa,:orably known to the job!>ing trade of the Eastern States. Address, with references and salary expected, :B. A ., this office. 839-84.2 FOR SALE OR RENT.-At Flushing, Long leland, a large substantial Brick Build immediately oppo site Bridge Street Depot; three ftoors, about 'in by SO each; several lots and stable; suitable for country store or manufacturing purposes. Will alter to suit desirable tenant. Possession at once. Very low rental. Apply toW. E. LEAVI'I.'l',63 Broadway, New York, or 1880. I offer for sale on reasonable 1880. Enw. CARL, Flushing. 838-tf small packing of fine 1880 crop tobacco, some FOR SALE.-A tresh supply of 100,000pouncl8 enu best grown in the county. ine "DEERTONGUE" FLAVOR for smoking tob&eef ma.nufacturers, in lots to auit purchasel"'l, at lowlllll. H. C. WITKER, Leaf Dealer, f1 ., B gurea. ROB., 839 -tf. Christiana P. 0., Lancaster Co., Pa. Ull, 14,7 and 14.9 S. Ctmrlet! Street. B<imore. BRADSTREET'S A JOURNAL OF Finance and Political Economy. THES JOUA:IlAL covers a the cnen.t or which it oceupled by ao other publiciaon, aDd ron.. ... lnnluable 'WOI'k of 10 the XDCrebaDt and ma.ulo&Cac:tww. REGVLA.lt AND TltVITWOrtHY conSPONDKHCB, fur .. niobod ""P'PM!r r.. uu. jounal, &-om all tho :.:. ol this country, is emhrac:M ill ita THB CONDrTrON AND P'IIOSPKCTS of the various matltett ""' cardUIIy recorcled. and tho pooolbUiU.. ODd opportwli. .... fo< uade ..... d.....-...d .. by .. ... 0uJtSnOH& or COMMBltClA.L tJrrtTJ:aUT and importance are (ully and ably diocuaed editorially, without .J":'!!udioe, by some of the mo&t nspoasible writers ud of the time. THB Btl'9fXBS5 CHAHQQ iD th, tT aitocl Statel and CaDada-such as f.ailuns, tions chattel D)OtlgageS, etc.., etc.-are prUued in each iauc, and dhc list is more complete and compNbeuiyc &han caa ba _, .. obtained throu&h any other source. -" TH& CIRCULATIOK OP' THIS JOURNAL amon.c the bat -.haato, manul'actunn, ud bonJciDa iHtitudoas of not: oaly this counDy bat m.aa.y foreip, it presents u. cxccllcat advertising to a limited number ol --bonks, ...,..._,., aad buslnaa finDs. THE BRADSTREET COMPANY, !),791 28r, 1183 BaoADwAv Naw Yoax.. Frv JJ.IJ.n pr ,_,-, .. & EARLE, I Dianufacturers of Fine Cigars -AND-Leaf Tobacco, Dealers ID Nos. 203-209 East 33d Street, ]!Ill" e"VV 'Y' oris.. :EW.. OX..::E'V':JDB., r .. BALTIMoRE Feb 2(; 1881 1t bemg 3 feet w1de, 4 feet1ong. and stands 5 feet high Messrs. G. S. Philips & Co.,188 Jtea,.Z Ne.(v y0,:k: it being, ju_st .large_ el?owgh to accon1modate one case of Gentlemen: We have resweated all our tobuccll!i since the 1st Seed leaf_ m 1ts ongmal case. Th!3S\l apparatuses will of qctober, 1879, und er your process, aud most gladlv sweat a smgle case of tobacco (or less quantity) as nice admtt tllat your apparatus has given entire satisfaetion. and dark as larger sweat houses wiJI 10, 20 or 50 Yours truly, HEINEMAN Bnos cailes at a time, which are in use by the la\gest manu. For further i nfor_mntiou and for circulars plea;c address ;h e facturers. Mr. Philips has discovered a process that mventor and proprietors positively does away with the bad odor called Ken V. S PHILIPS & Co., 188 Pearl St New York tucky or steam smell brought out by all other and for-or their Philadelphia Branch. 131 and ,13a '-N. Water St. mer co()kmg or steaming processl!s fot dark colors. Phila.; Jume9 Pllil1ps, 70 Main St., Cincinnati, Ollio; wm: Steaming and cooking produ('es dead colors of black Westphal; 229 i:ltute St. Hartford, Ct. 835and _g1a_y shades, while by Mr. Phi!ips' every obJeCti?nable feature of fmmer sweating proyv ANTED-A Salesman, by a manufacturer making cesses_ has positively A. uniform dark I a hne of goods varymg from $17 to $.25. Must have color 18 of a rich. ltvely appearance, and the A No. 1 re_ferences, and trade with wholesale toblicco retams Its natural ftavor and smelL The goods and large Jobbet-s only. come from s':'eat all ready to :W,' 84 1-844 Thompeonvilte1 t!On11. SALESMAN.-A gentleman of many experience and favorably kno,wn to the trade in w ern}New York, Pennsylvania Ojlio ...t Can!l-da, desires' a situation is a Traveller. for a firri. class Leaf House. The best of can be as tq ability, etc. Address TlfAVELLER, 5 JOslyn Par Rochester, N. Y. 8d 11. experienced Wbole.i. Leaf Tobacco Salesman, who calf control a !....Torade in this opet!.":for an: engagement. Tenia reasonable. Address C. D ., ToBACCO OlBce. 842-843 Over lLOOO Ne-w York dealeH .ell, alld -H the VIRGIN QUEEN a eapl&alee.,_, a a Mllewe ....._ to be the wtnntng Cl1le to make any purer, Dlllder Clgare1&e1'1lUuo ........... GIN QUEEN, CHAS. R. MESSINCER, Manufaoturer, Toledo, 9 and New York, N.Y. Packer, Commission Merchant, .U>'D WliOI,J'.SALB DBALER Ill LE.A.F" TC>B.A.COO, E .A.. .A.R.D Manufacturers' Agent for tbe Sale or by Sample of -.. No. 233 NORTH SHIPPEN STREET, IIL.A.N'C.A.STEIR., Pa.. FREY'S famous. ONE CENT". CIGARETTES 1\IEad.e a.D.d. Pa.o.k.od. 1i.k.e A GRElL BIT. The71uml already beoom&asstaple as Clgara, and &re prolll&bly tuuulled by the leading Wholesale Grocers, Tobacconists, ConfectS Drll!IDSts ani Linnor Dealon THROUGHOUT THE STATES. PaiCE PEB BINGLE THOUBA.ND, $6.'1'5. Pdeeta 10 So lJ01000'lo1a1 .... Price iJl 50 to 100,000 Iota, .... x,. a. :PE&E'Y &ole Manufacturel'8, CINCINNATI, O. CA.11TJO!f.-There areoe....-al lmll&t!ODI of th""" popul&rCigareUM In the market, which &ro mtde of Collmlon XeotucQ'If)b&ceo Uld lafer\Or wo-lp. OUr 100!1 &re made fnlm Ha.._ Pt1111811YAnl& uul Co--!1111Mto9D, abol..-. U. l>nlyot&adai-d podS ot tlola c1a11 ma!M-Ia Cigars and ,; T. No. 42 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Illinois. WAXED Manufactured under Letters Patent Aug. 7, 187'!', and Oct. 22, 18Ts, s. No. 52 DEY NEW YOBK N. B.-Thetrade Is Cautioned against Purchasing Waxed Paper made by Infringers, asainst some of whom I have suits nQw -pendins. f.

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. ..-a .ARents for JAMES B. PACE, Richmond, AND OTHER VIRGINIA MANUFACTURERS. CigarBoxes, .&1ao &o1e Age:n."ts :ror I ; JNo W. CARROU'S CELEBRATED BRANOS, f. ONE JACK,' 'BROWN DICK,' ETc., ETc. ETC, ....... ,. ...... Gt7ST;.V SA.LOliOX, SAWIION ... u. -.... ........ l:HCRJUN SALOXO.N, lllA.l'ft1P.I.CTt1BBB o Gustav Salomon & Bros .l.nd Importer oC Ili!PORTERS OF SP .A.N":J:S:E3:, ADd Deal..-. In aU Kloda of SEED LEAF TOBAGCU, -ANDGERMAN CIGAR MOLDS, MANUrACTUllXB.S OJ' Dealer In .. M. Oppenheimer, ; (Sole .¢ C\)r IIIESSRS, OSENRRt1ECK a. CO.) GLHAR HAVANA GJGAIS 315 to 321 E. Eleventh.St. YORK A'W'&rW lliahui lil:ld&l lSTS, i "WV'. B AG-T A G AL50 It.fPOR.TI:B.S Or HAVANA CIGARS & 'LEAF SMOKING TOBACCO. 1'iE VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY, :m.'tabJtbec:t. :a.aae. "&S. :M ... a.&RDI:NBB, .&B!CCO GODISSION MERCHANT, 14 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK. OBDE .. .-GR PL'OG TOBACCO PROliiPTLY FILLIIID. W. -IHPOB.TEB.. 01'-I HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO I e 180 Pearl Street, New York. o I tt 74t-Jlr'ron:t 8-tree-t. "York, (Premises latel7 '*"'pled by BULKLEY & lii:OOREJ, DEALER IN PLUG SMOKING TOBACCO, r : Ta.s.Pa2.d. a:a.d. :Cor JI!J.s.por-t. l:; .. l'ILLE PBOIIIPTLY FROM STORE OR JrA:CTOBYo .. r 8ole. Agent. for the .luetly Celebrated Brands, "IIAGNET" "SENATOR" IN P 'LUC AND CUT CAVENDISH. R. L. TURA, Importer of' TURA & VICHOT, nianufa.cturers o.r Havana Leaf Tobacco -F:J:N"E-tltlli I L3 368 BLEECKER ST., I" 1126 l'roat Street. 6 MAIDEN LANE, (;e n eral Depot SG!llalden Lane, ,J:irissiON THOMPSON, MOORE & CO., tFTOilHe na UPOIT. Tobaccos for Export, I r ror-;:-weot..... 83 FRONT STREET FELDHEIM, JACOBS & CO., Tobacco &: Cigar Merchants & Mannfacttirers, aod American Po111, u4 titt l TOlil, 0 I'Ailll!l!D II'< HOGSRII.AD!>. N"e""':>>" "York.. j_Block a Lindheim, .:INE SEED lEAf. TOBACCOs, ..... \ l No. 160 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. L, Oa-rt. D. L. Gaaeert .It :...- Ga.ss.e:rt &.. Hrc.. ; IMPORTERS OF HAVANA ,, I ( Aim. .-ACKE8S OF SEED LEAF TOBACCO, .,:r Xo. 1G7 York.. I SEBDLW. TJIBACCO INSPECTIOI o1SaoC?o or PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. -Ce givenp:.r nery Cue, aad cfeli'vered Case b:;r Case, ai to number N B.W. .. eo. Sample: In Merchantf own Stores., P._ 0.. ]f XI! *:P CQ. .. W. drenon, ot A.reh. -..nd. WD.tor-Slrcets, PhUadclphla, Beary Wo:reat, N. q,uoea & Clf.e&.-at., aa.d 28 N. Sts., L aucaater, Pa. ; .I. P. Carl, Maaa.J. l!dward Suffield, Conu.; A. Atherton, 170 S&a&e Street, l-lartrorc1, Con .H. GroNe, fl9 E. 4111.-ct Mlcb.ae Stou:;hton, wt8 o :Baclaoza 11.1y_.B. R. ])epot, St. Jolm'a Parli:; 'i4 nod 76 Groonwich Street; : Ia to liB 1 and H.2 W a.ter l>inet. 14D S't "York.. t&GOEt I ,. iSS ; BENSEL & co. ; -!rr.Jl INSPECTORS, W;TI!R "&'TREET, XEW YORK. ---o-. {Phi!UpBomr-r I.Al'OASTD, Pa. 81L\l'"CH Wm. DeBATeD IHU.MCH .. ...... G P Hler lr. Co. BAL'I'IkORE BRANCH lC. B.t.RTII'ORD BIU..'iCll ....... .... W. eotpbal. A.. A.. Kant. CBA'S FINKE&CO TO!ACCP INSPECTORS, 159 WATEH ST., NEW -YORK. COt1111TB.Y SA.!IIPLINQ PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, Pa., Braneb:-F. CUNNINGHAll, 141 N Queen St. (Smith' s Cigar Store.) Connectlc 11 t Brn.neh :-H. B. OI.JdSTED, Eft.Jtt Hartford Crmn .. Wte., Dranch:-C. R. Bentley. HENRY SIEBERT, GARTH, SON & CO., Tobacco and Cenoral Commission Merchants Commission Merchant, BROAD STREET, ea':oroad S:t. 1'n!J'ogv' -,
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AP:R:9 I!Puw.u. Aua. iLlVOIDIAtll, &Jam. H. SPDI ....... E.SPINGARN&Co. llii;PORTEBS OF 'F1' a V ANA., AND PACKERS OF SEED LEAF TOBACCO, 5 BurlinG Stip, w::St. New York. GOODWIN & Cf FINE-CUT TOBAGCO, 207 and 209 Water Street, lAMES BRUSSEL# & CO CIGARS, _Ia.. 78 BOWERY, .. NEW f YORt aatJMCI :A. LICHf&Rri ... FR. ENGELBACH, 'QT:J3:0.J:.aDS.AX.B DEPOT &AGENCY SEED LEAF TOBACCO, Basch & Fischer, IMPORTERS OF HAVANA &ad Paekero or G. FERNANDEZ, HAVANA LRAF TOBACCO r 1106 Pearl Street, New York. L. NEWGASS, PA.(J&:ER OF ALL JU:NDS OF SEED LEAF TOBACCO, 144 Water St., New York. AHNER&; DEHI SATESJIOOlll: Cor. Ave D and Tenth Street, New fort WM. C. BOWERS & CO., J M POBURS OF HAVANA. -AND-MANUFACTURERS OF DOMESTIC CIGARS, 143 DUANE STREET, NEWYORK. --(o)--366 Arlo&Ji'TI(J &VENUE, BO!I'I'fiN, MASS, BA.Gco. z.ovm. Q'o H. DAt1SIIAN, President, L, Hlraehllorn, &. JD, Dendhelm., HIRSCHH,ORN &, BENDHEIM, AND IJI[PO:ftTERS OF El:a.'Vana. 164 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. A. PERSON, HARRIMAN & CO., (Augustus Treadwell, with Howard Bros. 4 Read. I Bagpng,. IMITATION SPANISH AND LINEN FANCY' &TRIPI!& FOR PUTTINC UP SMOKINC TOBACCO. 461' & 459 Broome Street, New York (T M:a:a.'U1'ac:l't-u.re:r or' _..,.u:,_ TOEJA.OOO. 2F l N E c I G A R s' MADE FOR THOSE ONLY WHO WISH .. THE IN THE WORLD." No. 3o Bowery, N-ew York0 .f'. No. 419 BROADWAY. corner Cana.l St., NEW YORK. JHE MILLER,fDUBRUt &, PETERS MANUFACTURING GO., Liccmlce & Supplies. laJlllfactnr8r&' lills. LICORICE t PASTE. ., M:.A. "'YF:I:ElLD, KY. Orders Sol.:lc:l HAVANA ADVERTISEMENTS. CUBA.: Havana Cigar Brands: STANLEY," LA PERFECIDN," "ll GUERRA BEllA,"' ,, AURORA," II NAPOLEON." Ruf .. iOdo" GU8Y8S&Y.Co., oe. :13:a.-va.:u.a. 0-u.ba.. f

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8 TTF*R Packers, Commission Merchants, ud Wholesale Dealers in JDREIGN & DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCO, 117 NORTH THIRD 8TRI!I!T1 PHILADELPHIA. w;. EISENLOBR & WHOLltSJ.U: DEALERS IN L E .A. P T 0 D A C C .... O, 1.10 &. -vv-a:ter S"t., Ph.llad.el.ph.:la. 7. F.I.SI!:N!.OHR, -PIIIL. B9NN. .,. Packers ancl Dealers in LE.A.F TOB.A.CCO, And Manufacturers of LowCrade No. 111 Arch St Pbila.delpbia. Fa. BREMER'S SONS, Wholesale Dealers -'LIAF,. AND KANUFACTtmED TOBACCO, NO. 32=a NORTH THIRD &mEET, PHiit.ADELPHtA. W A larg-e us'ortmenf of all kinds ol l..a.u' 'TQBA:CO constantJ! on .ft Packars, CommissD & :Dealers in SEED LEAF tc' HAVANA TOBACCO .Et.n& O:.'S. > ... "1"obA900t-rheobald & Oppenheimer, JIUNUJ'A.(JTURKitB OF I ISuc;ceu:r:r Butt aDd CaddY. ha.s ,. M! KBOlf'G EST" impreuea Into it .by a die.., Everv Pl\!8' ha.s -un r '1\ade-mark strip ".lAC N'S-BES H a.s per dia.gr!lm annexf'd TRY IT U'A'DER OUR GUAR.ANTEE, and fr all that we represent; it, PAY FREIGHT BO'!'H WAYS. oLD 81!' .6LL L"tAAIING .JOBBBU TB&OU.B01l"T. ST..&.TES. .Wise & _Bendheim. York .&,gents. THE TOBACCO I..EAF. APRIL9 .I:SalUm.gre A.dvert.tae:m.enta. "WM. A.. BOYD & 00., A.ND OF THE WELLKNOWN ALL-TOBACCO (JIG&RETTE8 and "NIC-N'.AC" Havana rharnnto OUR ACENTS : -Messrs. WIS"E A 8ENDHEIM, New York ,.,..,.-> N. S. M WEST "HERBE DE LA R'Enf:E," "DRCHAKTS DISPATCH," "r. H. BISCHOFF'S" GERHAN SHOXING, &lld: other Branda of SKOKJNG TOBACCO. Aloo HERBE DE LA BEINE" .6.4 other Braado of Paper IUld AU Toloaooo CIGARETTES. aGENT IN NEW YORK: 56 Office: Cor. Byrne and Halifax 8ts., Peterstiurg, Ya. 'Factory: 19 Second District, Ylrg}nla: 1 tUG -GifWIN1f aDir sMiiNi ... iiiilcco 1 .. ECLIPSE" J, x., ae, .... .. e.,:,.., .. .... "ST.. GEORGE" BRIGHT NAVY, 11 a., 4&, Oe, e., '1'1, 8 .. 81 &A410' UVJRGiliiA. DARE u BJliGHT II A. V'Y 11, 81, e., '8, a.)l.d 101. '41AN,N'OT LYLE'' DIUGHT R.&.W'Y, Ia., I19U1 ... t'a; 8alillil so .. "VlliiOl!r ,JA,CK-" lll.uiOGA!IfY 1':011NDII, "'" aa4 Ito, "8T, .J.Allllll." DARK POtT!IfiHI, Xa .._, &o,lloo 'ta,.,o: ...... 10.. AIM a gt"eat variety of PIJIIE .TWIST' of 1everal gndes Bright aud Malaoraay aaderthe foliowtar celebrated U TBoaKA1wDY,, "BB.&B.T aop," .-, ":!.%VB o..A.K," "K.&JI08," "DJ: SOIIJ.IO and oirGVIIl\OJl." Tb9 fir)l-lgare oua Apota for lile Salo ol XANU .I C, W, V AJ.II' ALSTINE k CO,t..! 3 Central Wharf. Boot.onlkV, P. CA. V A.NAGH, 41 a.nd4' wabaahlA.,tte, .; A.. HA.GJ!N .& N. Frll15 OJ'o:b.:n. a .. Elr:l.5:b."t a:n.cl. Ell.aok., <>J.d. JE3:o:n.ea"ty, B AND ,ALL OTHER POPULAR. !ITY-S OF FINE NAVY TOBA.C
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I -----Blllincu Directory of -Admti&ers. JIEW TOB.K. IAIMIo-F.E. Oppenh!!,mr II, Ia& WBoiom&DD G. lal Pearl. a-n.wald.ll. a; B.,., 14!1 Wder ..-s. &SC>Dt.l78'1'1'ater .,._o. a; B,...l54 Pearl !lawyer. tt..rlaoo & Co. 47 & u-, 108 W-r. a c.., .. w ..... : lchula Fred. Pearl lloJDIOUr Chao T. 188 J'ront. ... ....,. ._ .. .t; C.. ti DurllDg Slip. ........ oL,JlllWa.., Ch&rlM F II: Son. J'ront. Opmr.na. carl, 178 P-1. IV-/Of' iA<1 Sal< 01 Mbl\l'dciC-&..,.tin & Duoelll"Warrea. uan;oU &..uq. 104 Frolll. lllo8te_,._ ee a w-l!qolaN, ...,uner. J 11!. 74 /l'rODL ...,._ caUbel'tJ'. lliortl.n J 0 w 7.--'lloolllpiOO, llloo'n a 01!! 83 :r-a .,. ... a Bonclhoid!: .. IIIII ouaa To/IGCOO ........ ,., J:!lprC. ealbrl a eo. ,.,.,... IM.t-._,_ ftlllp c s. a eo. 188 Pearl ...-:arolhere & 00., 44& t1 k_,... Plaoe. To/IGCOOaa-.Jolul.61_ .... lluo'Soa,J.S.&OO.Mucl .... Oll*ne Jamen G 114 Btool4. Bader lll. & Son. .S Broad 8baOk A. 178 Pearl Street. -!' of BmolD .._.. Jl -..a Bro. I& 1-1-17 ._.ua .&.dolpb, GloNIIIIId .A. .. nllo a lllllllurFq ....... koll., lSI Water ., I lh'll JL a: eo tM-1111.,_ J'lttii.&.Ye. ..,._a l)&onD.. ....... 0,..... Carl. 1111 -. l-"" of Svmatro 1fh1'P"" diiiJ a .u:. 111 ,.._ ......,.._., ...... _., ......... ---... BDao I< Co. .A.Toa'lo D ..... 81. .._... BaJ'a. Co.IIO. !IIi 1M ....... ... &: 'VIOhOt. 808 BIOMIn G & Broo. 2M Pearl -eo. Hava & Co. 110, Ill:!. 1M Jl&ldell 'CQ&s. T. ISS 1 Jl a & a JlaldeD ""'" .11:. a eo. l;ll!.rlillll sap. 1111111114 ... Lana. _-II rnhelm, 187 P..S ... Oit ... !'11M .2'1>-.l..llfiii&ID II: Duoel, 11 WarreD Wile .t; Ben-d .s.oloitlt BobertlllL J. 41.1 JINa4wo.y ... .,.....,. J'Nd'k a eo. 4tud a ,w.. o.lla L&-. sa ......, .. IIIIJira&tt 0/ JltDII.,..... ... l.1oo4l. wIJMI. 611 Walker Cev'rl" a-. a 8olld7. tn,.I1111Jrand _,_,.... ., Olow ...,..., r:,;.:n\1::5 1111 .... 111 ...... ...,. -1111'111 .... f Jlrla: l'lpoe ,__ -nno;.; ,._... -,or" w.J:. .....,...,.,._ Cipo.r .II ..... B .V. 11-ll:u& Jlleoreat.illll. /PlDIII. 'I'M Bo.rrta Jnn!U ... Co ... Ma Ball,_ L 'Ill....,..,. _____ OIIfar...... -.... 1'111 Wwll ......... Oo. 111-111 ......... -,a.. .......... Boll a w-. 111 o .... -.....tm.. ..... .. W' ft Jolui, Ia& AY. be&.-&INI wrn fl/'f..,_, ,._--J)oMI4.-J'1ft Nata. P. 0 ... 1111. ._.,... !." Lo Vwlla ,.,._, ClaMUl J., f&' Wid'J'fJil. J/Ifn-..Hu.ca:ll4 t."tgtt.r Fl4'00r, Friec Alex. "' Draa. 44 Colleg e Place. To&aoco and Cigar Ly .... Molifoc,_,. of tho .Parabola Oigartl. lloberio It J (15 Broadway. -foct,.,..,.oj amoioo .lloG, Tooaoco. Medium aM T&.Nv.e. Oroellllllor, Dubrul & Po""" Mfl' Co. E tilth bKprt>Wd Tobacoo &rop' -M'att11/actur.,.._ llorgteldt 'K, H 510 But lllth u4 IIIII ......... IIJJu ;,. MDCIU.-,, Toou &tid -..lo tM' Cigor Kaft.W/WIC,_..,.., R :tltl Peart I..t...-l_IH_ 30 d 37 Ubers)' Foreign. and Mernbel1rer Slmoo. 44 Dchaoge _,.,..,. ..... .,-llobb 8 A. 1111 ()ao&l, 1'19-181"'--o Solo (h.-8oal JllinmM W a. '1, A 11 iclA ... Uft CmNmercaal '11>e Bradotreet (',o, 21'\J BrooidWa,. _,_.of -Goo. w .t 0!1. 1111-100 Lewle Tobaceo Brollcn. Bfith W. 0. & 'co. M'Excb&nge PI""" Jlllttu(achwen of Cigar BQ:ibou. Wlcko Wm .& Co.Gqerek.aod,Tbird > I fllgoroB..., Lalooio oncl 7WM.,Ii!QO. ... 1: ............. Newnan .t Dinwlin5P:'f!lr, n. w. oor. Pearl lrptOit"'VO W. E. o boct10n/J ct Din. lt1o Llo/-..., Emery, Jr. 311oCenVal Wh&rr Jonee Geo. B 98Water ..J!o!porler ct ll!cJIIK(CICN,..,. of-. Clpm'O. ChA& W. Jr. M Illb7 aacl18 W-ToboeCO l[lttredp W. P .t: Co. I Celltral"Wb&rf J)ea1oo >; .. """'""" La/ l'oNoeO. Holyoke c. 0. 1!1 Central lt'b&rf. Iporter of B--&tid In-r-t. Beinlo. Jr.llmory, aOoDV.al:Wharf: B:aEJIP, 7bbB<:OO o ...... -Jrercllotot& BUFI'Ar.O. Jt, y, Dealor ;,. Ho""..a and I'uclur 9f Booo and C:igar Lz !Mra .... a-mer Wm. &: Co. 67 and fW S. C&D&l st ll.!l""t for Olgoro and O,....,i!\11 ond Toba""" Peck. 51-63 South Water Dba<: Oofll"'iuioll lllercAont o..d Jlf'r' .A-1. Richey Be1117 A. 15 -d &rae'. lllnflni of-d Tol>aeco lfao/01......,. !'Jio llcGowo.a l'ump Co. 141 a 143 W. Jeel,o J 0 ) -II. &-Co. b......,..,_. f _, Jlolal -11"-\ ")),gor Jfo.kla. lllll!!r. l'Men lllg Co. 1111 to 140 B.; .. ........ ,., .. Pntl'ue.t:Jl-,MW--'frt*, 8. W. .1(. Canal Jl,.triiJtUfturon of PI"R T"""-. Cfullet, a Co. lo & IVW .Id meet Dh'e. 41o 7'orft(rA Doinutic [obelbolman Jobn &: Co. eo 11'. l"roat ntreet Wright,.,._, B. (f W. FI'OilS nt_. '1'oiJUCO OWl"' eiwl il'l!JUpo Jo.m, '10 ....... sti'Mt j I To&&eeo ll!lrd'ook J..._ Jr. 1111 Race. OLAJUtSVb.Li:; 'J' 2'ol>aoo-.. .. "" all .Jiloldo .. """'llt OU&r\6 < DAJf'Q't'' ,a-.. 1 lJi!C>Jol'a"" :s .......... .t: Bei.U.. 0 DetUolr-Brolroi'o I-t -J-.L&Co LM.f T'*-' Bro.l:rL stncUtt Otlo Qnler, 'f;euble !'. ('. Pemberton .t: Panft. Oofllm.....,. Brolool'l of Llo/2'okcco. l'e&non s B. a eo. DAVEJrPORT: Iowa. lll_,..fach'ror of Olgor Bozeo ct Olgor llloldo. -B. I'. oor, 1IUo 111.. IIIMI w-a .... DA YTO o ....... a .J .l'IJ<:,Wrt Clft4 "' vo-.,_., -1'!. a Bona O'lCell W. 8. GLASGOW, Boetlaal., _,.. Pif>U. THE DURHAJI. N.C. -fbeof S..Olrinq -.re11 W T .t Co klr ot Blcu:1ncell' Durham Cigarettu.. Blacltwoll W. T. C o, :EV .AifSVILLio, lad. .. -Jlorc.\clftlo. lllorrla C. I. iid D.aico.Br-.. i1&ckB.lll. Geo'\ 't llaPdalio w. E c.ubB. Lst 'i'-. r Broo. it C 10 01 1'ol>auo BokM Parr7 & e!'oeblee, S North JohnSil'UM PIUD 7bbocCo Jlanufcaclurft'l -r I. 1: llroo 1M To.chau t; Lalldrua. Le!fo/Toi>Gceo. 1 ...,..r'f'. G .&Co. Tobacco com.in.UtlMl Mncltc:mr WlckaG. W, &Co.1MlWeotllain -T-'Br-'ori C&llaway J""'eo F oonoer J:lgbthucl ll&la &wotber o..;rp r I 1. Lewis Rlch'd lll 348 Welt lllaiD llloler Wnh G. a Co. tl3 Seollth Praao.lr w J'. 394 Weot lllaln L YlfCHBU:RG, Va. of 7'olj<>cco. oanoll Jolua ..... -" Carron Wm. S I' Tobuco ()olll.milrion. Jleraot&Ca. Dlr In Virgi-I.MI ct lllfr' Scr ct Ste"' Lerwkih.L B. ll!elloo w 8. A11itr.U.. a"d M.anfr. l"el41oelm, Jacolll1 .t-Oo. ') JIIDb.loBTOWN O Xanufadur eriOJ Bare P. J. a: eo, K:EW IIILFORD. Ooua. Pac'-< 81\d DOBler '" Seed LM,f. Scboverlilll', Soule a: C9. PADUCAH, K:r T-.lirf>W. Puryear T B. PATEJUK)l'f, ](. J, J(an"focturer of Ch.er!fing a M llmolrift{l To Mceo. /!Mv:(f and CiQorL AileD a Dunnllll'. 6$ .t IY1 Vu Boutell 8ti'Mt P:ET:ElUIBURG, Va. Jla.ftufoaur'f!n ef Plug attd Bmolting TobGcco and ,lH(J}e:r in Leo/ ToOocco v ..... hle s. w & eo. Manuf!JCiurer of Stb .. t llaer SMboD o. A a Co. eom .. .....,. Jren:Aau. II&ID.tl'arrock pBJJ.AD:D.PJiiA, 2'ol>aoo w ..... -. Bo.mberpr L. & Co. Ill .l.rcl> ......... or -Lewin-.-Jrontt 'Jidnl -a TlliU lOT .A.nrh lllanDlohr Wm. a: CO. 115-.W-IkDow.U X. ".&.Co ............ ....Bo.Y& ....... lio>ltll WB.alphJ:D:H. .t:Oo .11811'. 3d -;s_ Bla.aldo 1: OO.IIItrora. w_.---J17 'l'blld Import""' of B-..a a-. a .A,...U tor tvet Ofgmr fucuel, Stephen, 1: 8ool,ll31 Cheonul 'Lef Tobao -ti.., Pblllpn C. II. II: Co. Water -Jochwer of S..vl-""""'""" To6acoo. wallo.Ce Ju. 668 tom North eoth Jlanufcu:hwwl of eiQG,., Batchelor Bros., 1!3t U.,eRtnut and 28 N. ld Gumpert liros., 1,341 Chestnut TbeOb&laao -.-"''"--'1 -.. ... Allon a Qlllter oaapb&ll Gao. a:..c... OUverB. W of Pltig .! Smolc'g Lyoo .1.. II!. .t: Co. l'llldnso E T. 1410 Qary. W. E Dibrell JIQ....,...,....,.. o/7'ol-co B6tj& ll. Oo. 18llll!Mn .oa&M .. T ., ...... Wh&le a aT. llli llt&te Jlanfod'urer of'" Peer'-'" Gftd P'lcMA n.... CMt TobaoOO and Va.nily Toi.r" ToiHIccio. Lad4 Tob&oC<> Co. llllortb -I I 2'ol>aoo Bu ...... ...,.. l.dolpliun & Co. Mamfaeturm Agmt .. Dllltinborg D VIO *" ; .l.l'ea& 'f. llad>vg w...!'P-"i Bpleg! 24 Seuth 3d ltffrt llf TobauD. Co. Y. I JlonU/atthew-. lilt Afto, ... a ........... -Telilt -

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\ !2:J..a N' .2-::;aa. B't., Pr'h:l.1.a.c:1c:::,l.JPli.:lia,l Ill WPA.4:1Tt;IB-OF SP.A.NXS::S: a:n.c;l.. LICORICE-PASTE .. ltledal aa.4 Oera.l Bzeel renee orlll'aa.a&.ei1ll"e., Also M. &. R. Brand STICK LICORICE, all ehr:ee. fto abO.-of-----t '( ot llllcotlne willie smoldnjr, 1M ot the Tobaooo and mellinlf of the lillie Paper. We have oecnred ,from 1M Q!WflB _._the Sole PJght to use \be P.&lli'I'EK AP!E In the lllii'I'TBD RT.&TES, ,AT.T.:EJN' &. G-XMTFIICJ VA: Sole Agents in New Q.SfL, II St THE TOBACCO LEAF. J. t ADOLPH MDONELIS, MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, ; 647, 649 & 651 2d lvenae,.: 8Sih and IIGtlllltrL lUlW YOBK .. R. STEINECKE, Blackw ll's FINE CI&ARS, The IE1n e s-e a 'the BS:arrk.e"t. 131 Water Street, New Tort Sawing lind Planing Mills Jacob HelikeU, Cedar, a:n.d. JU.IItlJ'.i.C'1'tiBDOI' -, SAWYHG AND PLANING. FOR I CIGAR-BOX IAIHRS. CIBAR BOXES J. he Mrs. G. B. Mil:ler & Co: OBACCO I!NllP!CTOIY .. Peefle Tobaeeo wo.rkw, .. Our Work our Reference. Designs and Estimates Given. :Poster Jaltge aDd N' ea. 't Qu..:l.ok. Cheap I JUiroJ.-'.C71'UBD 01' 4U. 1:111111 ,.. Cigar-Box Iabe,., OFFICE: Address-81 BROADWAY, P o Box 4118. NEW YOBK. Coll!!tantly on hand the Best 'Impl'OTed Maebli>o!r7 ctTTING, -"IEVIJfG TOBACCO ,. BY HAMD OR