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

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OUT. 29 Bnsil!'m Directory or Advertisers. XEW TOBit. IAaf Tobacco Woreh.ou..a. AbMr &: Deh!A. 1!>0 POAI'I. Arendt & Frlngant. Pearl Beuttenmuller & 198 W .... Blocl< &: a..Bielm. 1o 1'Nol B&rnee 1T' .. BarRett '1!. ftlll W&ter Buck &: 118ober Wa-. Craw!ord E. M &: Son 1118 Wsr.et Davidson Bros. 143 Water Dll & Cull;nan, 175 Water J:aert Wm. & Co. 946 P earL G.W.Oall _.., Gans G 8.88ert J t &. Bro. Bowery Gerobel L. 191 l'eaq. Bambtll'ger'1 'ter Bellbroner .!'O&ejlhB & 119 Ma,kJeo La.ue Hinch, '\lt>ferilii & Cl'o..Ji:'l -..,, Jterbs & BPI...._ \QlJ-10'J0.2<1. ][oenlr. H .l ei>: tM Pe&rl Lachonodii.t Bro. 'HI W41ter Lederer & :rliiC!reT, :!13l'Mrl. Levin M. H. 1 PearL Leoy D. 169 Waeer ubenteln Julius, 311llahlen Lane Hlcbaelis 8. & Co. 1'19 Pearl Neuburger M l!L Co. l'i'l Water Newra.ss L. 144 Water OwenF.1 Oppenheh..,r K. Jill War.er Rosenwald E. &. :Bros. 145 Water Rossin S. &: Sons, 173 Water Salomon G. & BrQ&. Sawyer. "al1aee & Co. 47 Bro&away Schoverliug 81'08 142 Water 11011,11S w.. Bcbbart H .&: Co. 160 Water. lichulz Ff"d. 118 }'earl Seymour Cbas. T 1!8 Frent. Siebert Henry. 66 BI'OK. Bpingan J:. A CO. 5 Durling Sli,P. Btelnec .. R., 131 Watar Tag. Cbarleo11'. & 8oa. liM 'Cpm&nn, tJ&tl. 178 Pearl. WGrth.e- JOT the o.f Jllln."'detw-erd o.nd Sm.oking ftWacc.n. A.uustiu a: Duselll Warren. Dobaa. uanoli & vo. 101 ,._._ DuBois BQ,aene. 76 Front. JI:Dalebaqla E. 1111 8 W 8qU&N GardinM J M 74 Front. Ben A. 43 Uberty. Jl&rttn J. W 74 .. Tbompoon, Moore &; Co. Ill J'root WU.e and C&naJ Tobacoo Balor' Quthrl & Co. :& Front. Leal To--ali"'j. Pbilips C. B. 1: Co. 188 Pearl Kocbert Jted. & Co. 6 1 CommwiOft. ..VereAant Beyaeo Brotbero & Co., 41 &: 48 Excb&DC Pl&oo. Tobacco ./JrOIl{l and CMwtng Tob&<:<>OI. Andenou J o b n &: Co. 114. 118 and 117 Uberty. Arkenburgh 0. M. & Co 40()..40i Pearl Bucbana'n &; Lyall, 101 lf'all Buchner D. & Co. l'i3 and 175 Duane. Good wla & Co. 007 &: 209 W acer '""Helme Geo. W 183 Water and 8S Pine KiDDeJ" B-.&!& to 825 Weot 22d JlcAlpln D. B. &: Oo. cor A.enue D aad T""tb. Jliller G. B &: Oo. 91 Coiambla. Jtanutacturerw of Cagara. Adrlan }1, J. 472 Grand A>h L&uls &: Co. 123 Chambers Beir. David. &: Co !16-JS Reade Behln &. 1 1 7th et &ad 2-6 B&lllt. Bondy & Leaerer, 96 to UO A.tcorae,. Bowers, Wm. C. & Co., 70 Pine. BMl&lel Jam .. &: Oo. 809 East S9tb st Ball Thoo H '6 BarclaJ BeUbrouer, Josephs & Co. 689-699 Fu trt AYe. Hinch D. &: Co. 1:111 &11(1 180 R1"'-"a Hirschhoro Bendbeim, M Bowery Jtaulman Bn>O. &; BondY, 1:111 &: 131 Orand. Jacdhy Morna&: Co. Broome. ;Jacoby S &: Co. 200 Ch&tbata 11'1 &: & &: 7 Doyer &orbs It: Bpi-. 101' to lOUD _.,_ A.r, &Dol 110 to 114 tnftY fOurtb Brae. A eaue C ana 13tll Btreet Llc.Bteuteln Bros. ct Co. to1 to 719 :M avenue Love Jno. W 6 RiingtoD l!ondel M. W &: Bro. 151-lllowei'Y lloonelis Adolph, 647-1151 2c1 A...,nue Orgler 8. 8D Murrar Ottenbety B Bros .. 262 Bowery Pohalokl II: O,... eohaU, !53 Chambers SteW.eck.e R., 131 Water B t&cbelbel'l M. &; Co 111f.1118 l!outh l!'l!tb Aft. S t.rait.on a: S&orm, !l',.,U Bait 27tb lut.ro & N6wma.rk .. 7fi Pa.rk.Place Upmanu Carl, 17ts Pearl Street. J mpmte' of sumat ra W.cpper&. G w Gall&: Ax, 116 Wacer o f FiM Ct.gare. Brown Earle, 203-209 J:aat 1SSd roater .81111oa 4 C o Avenue D and totb St. Baacne. Ba.ra &: co. 180, 1112. 180 Jlaldea 'of Ba.vona CieGr& Dlaz B 157 Water Fernandez G :.106 Pearl J rl@<:hnau Leonard, W3 r.rt Gat, E. H. r4 Beaver. G W. Gall&: .Ax, 166 G arcia. F Bro. Co. 16; Water (Juaert j, L & Bro. Hi'i' Bowery Gonzales A. HW Pea.rl Kerbs a: Sple. 1014-100) 24 A ..-eaue Lopez <.;allxto. 206 Pearl LoEan'o P.-n<1&S & Co. !i!OH Pearl !(.-..nger '1'. H &; Co 161 Jlalden LaDe. ]l(lraoda r. &; Co. llil:l rear Rossin 8 It Sons. 173 Water Salomon G. & Bros. 2M Pearl Sanchez Bav a & Co. HIO, 132. 134 llaldeo LAM Sa.rtorilt8 & Co 171 Pearl Seymour Cba.s T. 1ts8 Front. Shack J 171 Poarl K. A. E.. 8fio Jl&ideD Bplngaru ll. &: Co. 5 Burling Slip. Tura R. L 86 Ma.tden Lane. v""" &; Bemhelm. 11!'1 Pearl Well &; Co. Ill J'ine W el88, ltller &; Jtaeppel, :1111 l'earl Yt>or V. Xartineo &: Oo 1110 !'earl .Agenu Jor 01\o"'lllfl 8molril0g ro.-. Augutin .t Dusel t 11 Warren H eR A. 48 Libert! Wile &; Beadhehn liM and !168 C&aal Jl..,...,aciurer of Key W ..C Clgoln. Barranco IlL &: fir\>. sa Reade JlcJall &; La WOOD, 18 Jllu...., Smith H. L &: co. 100 Malden Lane Jlanuf...,...rer of _...._ Wellt Carl _. Jtautmaon llondy, 129-181 Grand Importer f Cklp PI,... Augustin&; Duael, 11 Warren 8 ........ 48 Liberty ][aufmaun Breo. &: Bondy, 1W and 1 3 1 8rao4 KaY Broo. lOUd An. of BrlGr Pt,... Gl\d bl&,.,...,..., of Bmolooleo. Augustin &; D .... !. 11 Warren Bt. Baney & :P'ord, 3Wl B roadway B A.. 43 Liberty Jtautmann llroo. &; Bondy, 1!9 aad lS I GNa4 Nt:atatdocturer of L1cotioe PluM. KeA.ndrew Jame8 C. M "'Warer S taJRford Manu!a.ctuling Ce. lO.'i Jlaidtn LADe Weaver&: SterrY 21. Cedar Jnoporter oJ La>rico l'lute. Argulmbau, Wallaee &; Oo. Ill and 31 8 W1Wam ll.eA.Jidrew James C Weaver & Sterry. iN Cedar Zur!calday &: AJyUimbau. Bea-..r Jlan..tacno...,.. Qllrord, !lbenn&D &: 1DD11, 110 William B HIJUor'o Boo &: CO. vieo.er &; Bwry, Ill Oedaz' -L<4f ,..,_t_ Beooel &: go. wP\nke Cbarleo. &'. U<>. Ul W Bamllton 0. 0 &: UO. 1'10 Water Undo F c &: eo. 1e1 w-To""""" :Madl.iMf'JI !{, Y T ebaCOO Macldne Ce. tot lolm. 8u&hrie & Oo. 112& FroD& Jla,.ufoctu,..... of C..,.. BOre.. Erlcb H W. S!s.-311-Et.weath 8&. Heakeil J..,.,b, :!PI aDd Jlonrae s-8 !711&nd 181 Lawlo WlcloD&Idaon Bros., tne l'eiDtl. P. 0. -1791. Jlfr H-"'-' F,._, California Dlst.llliiU< Oo. 8J WOllam Frteo Alex. & Broe. 1111 lleade and Cigar Lab7 First Avenue Cigar-Boa: /AbelL.,and. Trimn&inQI &: ll&urel, 21 and Ill N. William Newnan & n. vt. oo-.r Pearl &: Elm Upf.eCrO'Ve W. A;, 465-475 East Tl!lnth st lla:aafao-tarera of Wax Paper. S 62 Dey st Tob&o BagKg. Penon A. Harriman &Co. Broome A.LBAJI'Y. Jf. y' Jlo."ufactuter qj Toltocoo. l\llll Broadway .ALTOO .&,Pa. Mtl.'flu/r. 0/ Pen.nulvanitl Cl gtar BlumoDtbal J 1li!t> Eleventh -.&IIS'l':t:.JLJlAJII .Hollaa4. lmjHWtera O/Sftd mnd Dlr8 in. Tob. Urbach&:: FraDklort. Aii.NHEI., JleU..dL Dlra. ir' Sumntn1. T ob acco. F r owein & Co. BALTIIIORE, 1111d. 10barco W arehou.Ht. Barl'S of &ed Lelo. Qaoack & a.rk. CHIO.&GO, W. JlnJu e/ Poplar, 8pecnllor< Gmined ol&d Boa Woaa f-'ioar' Jll>acco. 0 A.. Peck. 51-M South Water W1oolualo D. 44 ond 46 Dearborn. Saadhaen Bros. 1 7 W"8t R&ndQlpb isbert B 131 E Randolph Sutter rothers. 46 and 4ij Micbil'aD AYeDUe Manfrt of Fine-Cut Oheurlng &; Smoki"ff Tob Beclt A. & Co. 44 and 46 Dearbora Wh.oz.t..al.e Tobocc o niltl anti M'/'1"t' AIJlft"'a. BMt. !turMll &: Co. 57 LakA and 4! State Woodward &: Duncan, 42 Wabash AT. Mttt s o f Plug Tobacco Hersey, Henry A. & Co. Rier at W holual< Toba<.-co,.ut. Lno'"""n Oeo. .t.Co. Lal snd ..&,ts. f()f' F'im Gutf"nd Harru .t BoA' Cigar Mamtfa1Jtul'61'1' 8upplia. Bchubllrib &: Co. 1811 Vlno l>oaNrfl" /lpo Broioera. Olarl< Jl. B. &: Bro OLEVEL.&XD. O. -'"" ... .BudLJfat&dBo-:rooa-GI&d Jobl>or ;,. alliiindo Jlanu(<>etured lemoo aucoeaor to QoiUoa & lemon. J8t Qn[MIO Jlh of Fin .. Oul Cltetci"g .e SIIIOlritag Tobam> Bcbrtber J. &: eo. 7 4-;6 St. Clair 8t DANBVBY,C.... .Aidolr' and Dealer '" &od lAG/ -Qra-G. W DANVILLE. Va. otad BroJcer in Lea/ Tobtlcoo.. BeaJ}I> __ 'M/_n oJ 1JIOOL. .... Cope B...,., &: Oo. It Lord lh...,.. 'l'obnceo Ihoker s Parry & Crosbles. 6 North John Street. LOVISVILLE, Jt,.. Plug Tobocco Jla.Rtcfodrw. J & Broe. 1tN and Uti Juob J'oree S J & Oo. lM!.f ra&aceo lleler W. G. & Co. 7'obac c o Com1t11Nfon. .Jlerclumtt. Wlclto G. W. &: Co. 1 M Weot Jlala Tobao-Oallaway Jameo F. 80rDel' ltljfbtla aad JlaiD OWitber GeorJ"'' """ MGn'-" Feldhelm Jacb liii&:-Co. 'Jiilll)])L'J:'l'OWJf, b. M anufaptui'WI ofl'l.ug 8orJr P. J &: Co JrEW JIIL'FOBD, OoDD. 1'al:1ln6 aad Dealald &: Oppenbelmer, Girard A.v .e 7tb lit 2 'ooaico BroJier. J'oupray A. R. S8 North Froac J mprovea. eagar Cutter. Bolcber W M 462 Dntwyn JlanufMturM'I Qj L!Mriu Jlollor&: Rlttenb"""", a18 Nort. h 't.wentJ"-8eooD4 Jl!r' .Aoent tor Plug and 81nolliag ToMooo. Kelly F. X Jr. llll A.reb (}igar-Bb l!tnret. .P&ckerl and..De:alers Lea,/ Tobacco. Loeb J-pb &: C o M.'l!blrd l!t ..... t. PITftlJGB; Pi.. of/tn.u!f and' 8mokl"f1 Tobac.:o Weym,.. Broo. 81 Sn>l al&d li'lrell II. J(ll)hil!;er &: Cb. tSPt' Ma1n BOCHES'l'EB.lf. Y, Manu/Gacoo al&d Oigwetta. ][Ia ball W. B &; Co. Jllnftro nf Gold Clip Cigarette, s F. a-a: uo. SAN FBAJIOISCO, OaL .Ma n14.fc:vtu rert' Age,at. J'ollal<, Arnold It Co. :l06 Bacr&mento Street. SPBINGI'IELD. 11 ... l'llcloer& Job,.,.. of Con....,tlcvt Ln,f 2'e!>'oo. llmltb B. &: Son, ill ll&mpd.en Batler C. B. Dormlbler C &: R. &: Oo. 123 lllartet Buyer of IMJf Tobam> Ladd Tobeooo Co. t1 Jlala TobacCOlh .. ..a Bdef' ... -au.cmaauJobn C. WHEBLIJfG, 'Wo Va. .,._,_,..., of WMeU.. Btecrlol, 2YJ01 Fine C!gara. J:bellog &; l'ebler, 1011 Looo. B L. &; Bro. Xllder&Bro. )('"'"'"' lli&JerJacobA. i&ll u &,00. !A.I.'i!!l[, HfllH, l!peclal.) of _CIGARS, REET, H to I I 0 Attorner lt., 1V:III"'UV "Jl"o---. \\ -t. liEN DEL & 8/lo.. lannracturBrn of Gi!ars, ARNOLD POLLAK. cr. J. 811[0Jf, ARNOLD POLLAK & CO., st06 Sacramento Street, :a. :IP"ra:a.oS.Oo. BOLB AG:Elml ON PA.CIFIO COABI' JOB -a ._.,u,. Co., ._.,,. Wee&, Pia. Ker .. A: llpl-oto New YoR. II o. IIJJt s, .;JaeoloJ' Co., New York. J!lu-laaa Co,1 Lo .. ...We, KJ'. Factory No. 69, 3d. CoUeetiQnDistrict, B .. Y : 803 'tea 31? 1VOTli:O:III TO T:B:BI O::P OXG..A.B.& 0:11" T:B::W:.B ::IP.A.OTOR. T,. This old factory, eatabllobed Havana and claooilled b y tho Havana Con>oratlon of Clg&I'ManatacUu-ers exelnIYe)J' tile 1-dlac _.,, !mow .. oe bad result. te_t.oMclco r... tbe.-.BU:..W.O DEL J'ERU In ID 1101110 parts of tbe Vu e lla Abaj<>dlotrlc< dnrfac tbe -tfew ,......., bas been o to pu-tobacco hom planten who do not -bat tertUizer, and who ao &lla& cro- Ia ,..._ .. 7ean. In O.DDIDe Clp:rs o! tllla factory, the wW l1ld U..IIJie aa-.er and aroma for wiiiCb t.h&.ll.uelta A"-JJ> tobacco Ia colehraftd. The clgaa-41/. 8QCb tobllcco ca n be !rep& UloDc u -rod their looing &OJ' of the good qualit.IM wblcb omoken 110 llllhiT --..,.-"Z"hS ::Poory h.-a Z..ar -cS =--s-e ..a..-or:tDDe:.p-1: or Toloaooo. Tbe ProprWor a-CloD of tile pahlle to tho t1'111h et Ilia -- OT'O'X..:Z:.A.JSr 128 & 130 Rivington St., New -York. Canadian Tobaeco D .ulitee and Excise. Tbe following are the ra&eo of lmDOMd ID OD ':: rtouo maau!actuof tobacco: 1:1 !'!' I> and and 10 per ... ad .ralor'ela. Jlaa -oe--. UWi per cell&. ad eelorem Bnalf: 15 .,.... I>, ucl 11K per 0011 .., .. In Ueu of all Ezclae .........!. on to'blleco lmotra M "aommou c.-diU-. -ealled bi&Dc e '-""t&e." being tbe UDJ>-ieo.f rolled and-wboi!J r&W l eo.f, the rro.rr t! -Lsa .......... &n ........... lected on equan Y -..--. ..... 'l'able of 'Weill*o a -----NI,_e.. Pud (Buuiaa) ... ........................ ,equal to 36 pounda, A.merlca n Ceneral Insurance ncl RBAL .BRotBn, 226 W : I 3th Street; _..,.,_ Delmonico Pl. (near Clllr St.) lllorrt-nta, NEW YORK CITY. lll A.URICE ROSEKFELD. SPRINGER d: CO., Manuf'cturers of Fine Cigars, 112 &rnd 114 LAKE CiDCAGO, m Forelp Dutle. on Tobacco. Ia A-, 1l'raoce, ltaiY aad 8I*D tbe tobecco commerce II -lbed by under dJrecUoa of a Regie. 1a e.n...,. ibe d.., o n leal tobacco &ad il: 83 IJ1&r!b per 100 ldloi'J"&ou;nea. eall&l to 10.40 centa per pound; on .trips and 180 marks per tor kll gramme&, equal to 22.06 cents per pound; OD qJUu!lidafed oo &ad cigars 170 m&rks 100 ldlogrammes, equal to 33.08 oeate _..,_ On tob&oco produced Ia GermUJ, tbe t&% _.,. tdeet after April 1 J@tJO;-From April I 1880, co lla.rc.h .':H, 1881 :80 IDAIIrl per 100 kilogrammes. equal to 2 .45 eenta per pound; from Aprift, 1111, fMI lil&rcb 31, lR&l, 80 100 kllogrammeo, equal to 3.61 pound; trom April I, 11m. and thereatte<, 415 mariti per 100 .u. ...._ eqaa1 to s.eo pw -d. In tho 1mpo11 Is recltoned-dedlJOI;Iq lllper -'-for """ Tbe duty Ia eo (ran .. (11.81 pld) 'II 100 (1011 Amorlean poundo equal to ldloo.) In BollaDd tile dutrla ll8 .,.,.,.., cold, per 100 .6.merlcaD l>o beiDif eqal to IJr. In au.la tH duty 011 u..t' Tobecco II 4 I'Oilbleo 10 pod on imokiD&'. Tobacco roublae 40 kopeb 9 pod; aad OD t roubJM :10 kopeitl ti pnd. Tbe "pud" Ia ecjual to .aboul II Am lk. In 'l'larbY the llY II 10 oeDts, IIOIJI. per Uj4 ........,rlcan owoceo. In !Caglaad $be d"*'-are oa Unmaaut.cturell:or ICrlm!ed and llliiMIDIDed. _.., .... 110 a. or ,....., or -..... Ia rtOitJ' 1011111 w. &bereo!,llo M ; coataiabu< te. Ulan It .. Ill -.e. 111 !Od a 0a --tob.aoo:-C&-... "xank 41 10<1 9 ; 1111.,..... --..IDchadlllc.....-. u4d. 111 ==::rn Nd tob.aoo, elpn and clg&rettes, 35 per cent. ... .,..,........ '"""' ...,_ la Ohlll i.e
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v 0 L. XVII ..--N 0. 3 9. 1864..) NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1881. All Parties are Cautioned against ,, Havana Sa1e. J h: I 1 '" I I (LATE OF A.. HEN & CO.) ,. %:a:1por1:er a.JD..cl. ::J::eal.er' ;l:D. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SIIOKERS' ARTICLES; I 1 o I I J 1 f lannfactnrcrs' A!ents for all tho Brands of-Fino Cnt, Smoking and and Ci[aretles ; Sole Agents for 'Van.:l. ty Fa.ir Cigarettes; : Sole A[cnts for Allen & Ginter's RICHIIONDGEII Tobacco & II Depot for Blackwell' Genulae D111'ham-Jno. W. Carroll' Lone .lack-E. T, Plljdnton' Fruita&; Sole Agents of COPENHAGEN SN"D:FF. ; f Importers of French Cigarette Paper, in. Reams and Books; .N"o. 11 """"'.A.::E'I.::E'I.:B:N' BT::E'I.EEIT, JSTE-,;IIIV "YC>::E'I.:&::. I Es"tabl.:l.s1::Led. ::1."790. P The Jc:'hn J o O:re>ok.e Oe., JfEW YORK AlfD CHICAGO-MANUFACTURERS OF P-ure TJ:N" FOJ:J:..., :ror: Tobacoo.Q. Factories-NEW YORK: 38 Crosby & 163-165. MUlberry Sts. CHICAGO: 84,r 86 & 88 Franklin St. &ILVEB SURF ACE .FOIL! {COMPOUND FOIL, PATENT METAL,'and all the diJl'erentVar!Juesof Foil known to theTmde. PRINTINC ON FOIL in Bronze and Colors, and with ;lliferent designs of Ornamentation, tor .TOEIAOOO A.N"D CJ:G-AR. LABELS. Oa.p-u.J.e :f"or Plain, Colored or Stlllllped. Omcf Address: 163 MULBERRY STREET, NEW YORK; 88 FRANKLIN STREET, CHICAGO. AUG ROESLER JU.NUFA.S "SEAL OF' NORTH CO.S GEN1JINE D11BHA1!1 Tobacco, I f I 1"11 Wlll:. !1, KIMB-ALL k ()0,'8 "V A.'Nlii'Y F AlB" Tobaeeo and I SoleAge'ntfoi'H.' P .Jdnes &. Co.'s"TAR KEEL" a 'nd'u0CCONEECHEE'1 Smoking Tobaccosa_1C. Campbell'&. Co.:s "THREE CITIES" 1 j1 1 viGARETTES, TOBACCp, ,ETC. FINECU'l:, ManufactoJ111ol, by SPAULDJNG & ME:BRICK :-Old Glory, CharJD of" the West, swee' Bnrlef, Q.ueen Dee, Trn)nps, 'VI::Wag, Ba:le, In and barrels, and TRAVELER Smoldna .... 1 J 1 l!ir Plt!CE LIS TS -I E. CO., I I -M:ALVUFACT1JREBS OFCIGAR BOX L UlYIBEB., SP.A.N'J:S::B: CEDAR., :' DC>:::ali:ESTJ:O CEDA.::t=l.. IMPORTERS IN OUR OWN VESSEL OF AJID lliAHOGAXT The Proprielors of this Gi-and <:::&: s a < s I .. Cig$11' Ma.nufa.cto"-, & t J wbo fo r the yoars bae IUCfll..tullf I' 1 ,, ca.rried on their bUsiness aS 93 Galiano Street, a.re now e m ore than ever in a position to serve their custbment, provided with ample means and an unlimited t T '!he adverti&era have spared neither trouble ,..... nor money to prod!lce a really good and cheap article. and take much pleasure in i orming the public that t thej' are the only cle'a:r mo.nu.faetu:rers in tho !81and of Cuba enjbylng tbe of worldllg ,-,...f the tobaccos of. the celebrated vee of the San t I g. ($> N.Y.: B'MCii &leU..aori _cgJCA.GO;,g;_ :Jt = 7!1and8i Lako8t.; TERRE HAUTE. Ind.: Wblte.t:NWrfcb11t.lll11N. 811!-. -vCJBCOIIo.: .t: lit. VKR.Col.: A.bel8ros.,3i81Awrence8t.; OMAHA., eb.: az eyer-. j. (

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2 Ike lobacrt ESTABLISHED 1864. Having the Laret Circulation of any Trade Paper In the World. revenue of ,000 for the present year, 1881, by rea son of decreased consumption. He obeerves, more, it wtll be remembered, that "the price of leaf and atrj.pe for the past years has, no doubt, ma.teri ally lellllened the press re which otherwise have felt in providing retailera with a aupJIIy of the manufactured article at such a price 88 would enable them to sell it at 3d theounce (that being the price at which the great consummg public requice tt to be supplied to them), but the present and prospective '!BE TOBA.OOO LBA.:F. POLITICAL COR:RI:IIPPDEJrCE. -4J.W OJ'PJOJ: s. WISJ:, 291 BROADWAY, "NEW YOBK, l October 27, 1881. OCT. 29 is no doubt that thJs pltlnt can be successfully grown tn Cahforma It ts to be hoped that 1t may eventually become oue of uur leadmg productions. GHE.t.T SUCCESS OF THE A.IIIERIC.&N I'NSTITVTB I PA.IR. ptlsition of the leaf mm;ket will lli uch difficult matter to I!rovid sp.eh a a tha_ ... _._.,..-=-as ttie'public tasie' J"MUl ,. s by a reduQtfun o!Jlle, d yt-Y"toits'fo;-,met"'l.v.el-:' l';Diroa ToBACCO LEA.,:-1 know that It is a good P,ohcy' for'1a traielJiaper to eschew politics; but agam, on the other band, 1s it not equally good pohcy on the of the -mercantile commumty to scrutirnae wtth Jealous car-e th" names )Uld recorAs of thOI!Ie candidates w.bo are presented for l.ts sut!raire 1 Our merchants1 as well as our mercantllt} _press, l11we cer.tamly a v1tal inte4'es tcing of_}lonest and cumpctent men on:l 1 tr1bu!lals in wh1ch the mer Inllst ,eg n to obtam justice. These principlesbeirrg conceded. allow me make brief ,Pbservation on two of tlie caj:ldidates who will come election ; day, and I do tha, be of my chentelle m the tobacco iiiifustry, should be properly wormed on the subject, but also ift"-the performance of what constder somethmg h1gher than mere partisanship, namely, the furtherance of civtl servwe _The A_m'rican Institute Fair, at Th1rd Avenue and S,tXlYthtrd Street, has at thls, its sem1 centenrual ses been the m011t successful ever held. The attrac are very great, and many very mteresii11g exhibtts have been crowded out, being na POamm the bUildil1g for them. A lat"ger building WID soo, have to be bu1lt. 1'ae present one ts built ot corru"ated 1ron and conseq i8 !I much needed have not, 1t ts true, come with the fre quenoy or abundance that was, and is to be, desired, but the atmospheric condit10ns otherwise smce the begmmng ff:f September have been of a character to do a vast amount Qf good to growing and curing crops. 1 'l'he temperature bas been admirable all t h e fall, and tobacco m the fields and in tbe sheds has profited bjr it beyond all expectation. Frost& have occurred ami done some damage, but the chtlly weather that somet1mes freezes tobacco stalks and vema in the sheds before this date has kept aloof with tenac1ty, and the prospect ts that the hangmg crops will all be taken down in good conai tion September and October have-been all phenom as July and August. THE REPEAL OF INTERNAL TAXES MAliDED. Ex Speaker Samuel J. Randall, in 1us speech at Cooper Union, Thursday evening, made the followmg rema*Jl second clause m your platfot'lll demands a frugal expendtture of the revenues of the country. I will tel you how 1t can he done. Repeal all the laws lll terual taxes This 18 a bold assert10n, but the figures prove that 1t can he done. I believe that tt should be done at the earliest day possible. The inter nal taxation is an interference with business, and is destructive of the of honest mdustry and labor. I want to know why we should he collecting $360,000, 000 from.tbe people, when there is only requtred $225, ooo,ooq 1 In other words you are takmg $135,000,000 from tlie pE)ople, and locking it up in the Treasury. I mamtam that you have no right to collect one dollar more from the peop1e thar. ts absolutely necessary. Why ahould not our peJple be freed from the tax upon upon hquors disttlled and fermented, from the s p taxes Take off the taxes from the bankers and b rer11 when they are not essent1al to the support of the Government I have satd that $225,ooo,roo were sufficient. In the first lle88ion of the Forty-fourth Con gress we fixed the amount for appropr1at1ons at *244, OOO,OOQ. The Senate increased tt, 1t ts true, but Mr. Sherman m hts report satd that the House practteally was right." FII!B SAMPLES OF SUMATRA TOBACCO. The growing populartty m thte country of Sumatra tobacco for cigar wrappmg purposes has induced the greattohacco firm of Frowein & Co., Arnheim, Holland, -_llni"O,lt AND NEWS ITEMS. NoMINATED.-Hon James W. Covert was nommated Thursday for State Senator from the Fu-st,New York DJ.Iltrict by his DemocratiC constituents on Island. ENDED -The striking gtrls in P. Lol"lllard & Co. 'a factory-all of them that would be agam employed under any Circumstances-have gone back to work w1thout their favorite HaiTy as foreman. Thc.t was a master stroke of Mr. Siedlel' when he started a str1p pmg factory m Lomsvxlle. It broke the backbone of the rebllllion. GROWING TRADE -Mr. Graff, whileand ,qut of New Haven recently, found that tho cigar' and manu factured tobacco business of Mr. "James Gallaghei,.Jr., of that place, witS extendmg m all dtrections, as m1ght be expected from the enterprise and popularity of the accomphshcd. young tradesman a t the head of tt. ENLARGE!IlENT.-The immense business eing done by Mess!"!!. P. Lorillard & qo J.J) plug tobaccg compels t1ui t firm to erect' at once !he new factory which they have had for some t1me in contemplation. The premises will form an adjunct to the old estabhsh ment, and work upon them will shortly be commenced. SALKB or SUMATRA.-Me811rs. J. S. Gans' Son & Co., the tobacco brokers, have th1s week sold between four and five hundred bales of Sumatra tobacco, mostly by samples from Amsterdam, but partly for tmporters in this City. This firm have large hnes of samples from abroad in their office at reasonable prices, and are ready to take xmportation orders. IN FULL 0PERAT!ON.-C arl Upmann, we are glad to learn, has h1s new cigar factory in Fifty-mnth Street in active and full operat10n. Though from two to three million cigars behind hts orders, his facthttes are at present such as to htm to assjlre wa1tmg patrons that all thetr demands upon hxm wtll be promptly met. ----A SuccESSFUL SEASON.-The _great New York and Live1pool house of Fatman & Co., we are pleased to note, has been eminently successful in their trans actions in cotton the past season. If rumor ts to be credited, from two to three nnlhon dollars have been made I by the firm in the past few months. Certain 1t is, their recent gains can be counted by hundreds of thousands of dollars. I ;l lJ MR. GEo B. BAf!NKB, who hasfor many years been established at Warehouse Po1nt, Conn &!! a m Seed }eaf, has d1scor:.tmued h1s branch office m thts mty at 175 Water stree. Mr. Barnes mforms us has in hls warehouse at Warehouse Point a very fine Jot of 1880 Connectwut, wtth some g<>od tobacco of the 1879 crop. AliioNG the houses in this city who deal in everything that tObacco, oigar, or c1garette anufacturers are likely to is that of Mr. Joee S. Molms 273 Pearl Street Tobacco machinery, willl. all the latest 1m JS found m great vartety at this house, as 1s also a fine of c1garette papflr tobacco boxes, etc. 1\.lr. Molins isJarecetpt of largll:orders from South Amertca and other foretgn ports. WE call the attention of our J;'Oaders to tJte supp e ment accompanying this week's issue of THE ToBACCO LEAl'. On the fifth page of tke sa,me w1ll be fopnd a splendid display referring to Messrs. W. T Blackwell & Co.'s Atlanta, Ga., and Australian of their. famous genuine Durham smo,kjng tobacco apd cigar ettes. On the stXth page our readers wtll find an an nouncement of the old and well-known cigarette and cigar manufacturers, the Kmney 'Eobacco Company, and Messrs. Satro & Newmark, of this city. ABOUT a year ago we announced in the columns of THE LlllAF the establishment of a new firm in the leaf tobacco branch of our trade We refer to the firm of Beuttenmuller &Netter, of this city Thts young firm report thah they have done a splendid and successful busmess aurmg the first year of thetr,existence, both m Seed leaf and Havana tobacco. Mr. Beutenmullm: has he { m for years connected wtih the leaf tobacco trade of thts matket, and Mr. Netter, son-in law of 1\.ir. Wertheimer, restdent partner m this ctty of the.great house of L. & E. Wertheimer, of San Franetsco, 18 a gentleman well adapted to represent hls firm abroad, and will in a few days go agam on an extended West ern tour, where h1s firm are d01ng a large business. For further mformation we refer our readers to a special card on the fifth page of THE old and popular cigar manufacturing and tm portmg house of Messrs. Horace R Kelly & Go.; of this c1ty, have succeeded to the propnetorsh1p of the domesttc ctgar factory of F. De Bary & Co. Th1s cigar factory, for many years operated by the last named firm, is an estabhshment of grand dimensions, and offers such factht1es as w1ll enable Messrs. Kelly & Co. to henceforth manufacture cigat-s on a very large scale, and, w1th the reputat10n and facihties whteh Messrs. Kelly & Co possess, the1r new fa-Jtory will henceforth rank among the largest c1gar manu facturmg estabhshments of the country. Many of the brands formerly manufactured by Messrs Fred De Bary & Co. in their New York factory wtll hereafter be supplied by Messrs. Horace R Kelly & Co We our readers who seek further part1culars to a handsome cut and advertisement on the tenth page of thta ISSUe. to sen4 one of thetr trusted spectal agents, Mr. Louis G1aff, brothel" of Mr. John G. Graff, busmess manager of THR TOBAOOO LEAl', to thts Ctty with a full lme of exit-a J;ine 1S81 Sumatra wrapper samples. from whwh dealer; and manufacturers can make selections adapted to thei r wants for the ensumg yaar. These samples are now on exh1b1tion at this office, Mr. Graff m person superintending their dtPplay, and fumtshing orally, or by leC;Cer when addref'Sed, all necessary infocmat10n relatiYe to Ule conditious and terms of sale established by the house he represents. The list of samples em- eYery grade of wrapper harvested this year, and in respect of quality and color the goods appear to be everything that could be destred. The colors are from the most lustrous dark to the purest nut-brown, both ()( w.IDch are prtzell and in demand by our cigar manufacturers, whtle m texture the leaf is as smooth and fiex1ble as satin. LOCAl.. .JOTTDI'GS. Messrs. Brown & Earle, c1gar manufacturers of thts city, are m full operatton m their new factory, corner Thtrty-e1ghth Street and First ave,nue. Mr Julian S. Carr, of the firm of W T. Blackwell & Co Durham, N. C is m town on his usual q11arterly vtsit, and may be seen at h1s office, 9 Warren Street. -Mr. Baron, of Baron & Co., manufacturers of fine cit,-ars and cigarettes, B a lt1more, has b ee n in town dur ing the past week, makmg purchases and looking after By reason of the partial fa1lure thts season of our heat Seed leaf crops and the scarcity of very chowe Havana wrappers, a vacuum in our supphes wtll be created, which may, and probably will,. be filled to an appreciable extent by Sumatra leaf. The arrival of Messrs. Frowein & Co.'s samples is, therefore, m every opportune. A ready market wtll, m all probability, be found for the stock which they represen as well as for that held by our local importers. r lothe interests of h111 firm. -Mr. Wm. Eggert, of Wm. Eggert & Co ., packers of Seed and tmporters of Havana tobacco, this city, has just returned from the Connecticut Valley, where he has been making large purchases of choice leaf. Mr. B. Subert, the well known leaf dealer of Chi cago, informs us that he has removed temporarily to 230 East Lake Stree t, that cxty, wher&h e has a select stock of Seed leaf and Havana tobacco. GEO. W. MORTON, MILWAUKEE, WIS, ; dealerilrcigar.s. has macie an MBignment to Henry Herman 'fhe assets constst of stock and fixtures, amounting to $2,500, and outstandmg accounts to the value of $1,400, of which $600 are bad. The ltabilities are ,6,000. Reported Failures and Business Arrangemenl f [From u8JUDITR.UT,s"1 BostroN, Mass -Fred'.k G King cigars, etc gtven chattel mortgage !or $100 09IivMBus, 0.-J J Sturr. etc reported left town DENv.Ka, Col -Loeb & 1\' eli, wholesale and retail c&ears, Stock belog sold pude r cbaitel m ortgage DE'J.1R.oiT, A W Roemer, eagar manufacturer, two chattel mort gages gh en for $6.,000 JERSEY CITY, N J -Fred k Becker, cigar manufacturer, mortgage given for 5500 LEADVILLE, Co l -B J. Smith. mgaro, chattel mortg&ll" fJVen for S125 NB'f Yo ax N Y -Rudolp ll Broseman, c1gars, judgment against for lile2 Joseph Gluck, manufacturer jud;ment agalnM for $1&l Rhdoll'h Bllttoocn, cigars; judlment ,..allllt for $J.ll5. Fred'l< J M&tt, cagars,:E.dgment agalnet !or $110 James Nesb1tt, mgal'll, dement for SVl ... um, Cal -H Scbm t tobaoott, etc ; mo= tot" f1 000 fo1"'6C1dsed Mn.JiwAU.IUI:J:, 'Vis -Geo W Morton, cigars; ed to Henry Herman 8.U' Cal -Sad1e Co cigar manuf&e urers, 1lled involuntary petttton w insolvency. ltr L<>UI.., Mo -Victor Klugm&D cigars, chat&el mol"t!flge given !or 1800 TYBoNK.. ,ra.-MI Helena tobacco, olgars, judgolent againat !or$78 W.u&ni01'0M'. D C -John P Barker. tobacco: judgment again.-r.,_"l'', CrNCIIIIUTI clpn qd tobacco, WU sued a tid jud!/ ment POO and coeta ATOHIBON, Ka.s -Julius M.IJier, cigars, has ,given c'b.altel mort-cage fQ I $800toJ P Miller DE'IROIT! Mich -Ferdinand Merten, cigars, etc. hal gnen .chattel mort: gage for tt,OOO. Bualness Cbanges, New Firms ana LYNCHBURG, Va -Myers Bro s & Co, tobacco manufact'lH'6rS, damaied -' Cbas W Statham, sh1pper o! leaf tobacco, damaged byfl!"fJ M.mrnm u ... Can -Sam'l Davis c1gar manufacturer, E. R. Davis admit! ted, now t! Davill &: Son Nxw You, N; Y -Brown &: Earle cigar manufacturers; lia e f8moved t o tbeJr uew factory, Street and Pirat :A. venue G J dealer m se-ed le&f t has discOntinued his br&nch at 111'5 this mty ,.. WiB -F W Y oung. cigars, etc i removed tb JuneAu ScRANTON, P& -Ball.& Florey cigars, diSsolved, J. W Hall continues SBBRitUf, Te:x Brown cigars, et.c., burned out, partly 'by removal WASHINGTON, D C J N Moore a. Co, clgaw and tobacco, (Jisso1ved, M Fisherman contmues Wli,LtiWft"JC, Conn.-Dorman Broa., clgan,' dla8oll'ed; A D' Dorman CO.Il tiuues. .. \ I 1 10BACCO AND CIGARETTES AT THE I ;. ATLANTA EXPOSITION. : P:XNEl IN THE MAJOR.TY. {SpeCial to THE TOB ACCO LEAl' ) ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 18, 1881. The Internattc.nal Cotton Expos1t10n tears an WISulhed reputation, and would adorn the office with dignity aud faitnfulrless. A final word. as the two gentlemen herein above referred to are member!! of two different and opposing pohtical organizatiOns, I trust the sincerity of the mo tives wh1ch prompt this commurucation will thus be appll'rent. Yery respe ctfully, MORRIS S. WISE. ur Lancaster Correspondence. LANCABTEB, PA., Oct. :11, 181!1. The week jtlst ended has been the qu(etest, so far as old tobacco 1s concerned, that we have had for some ttme; that is, so tar as sales are concerned; for we have none at all to report. It is not by any means be cause tho tobacco is not wanted Ulat no sales are made, but becaWJe the 'holders are not at all anxious to sell at the I_>resent t1me and those who wtll dispose of the1r packmgs want such pig prices that the buyer!! as yet 1 cannot see any profit m them. The buyers are offer mg an advance over the prtees of last month and of August, but the holders who would have sold at thoe prices then, now1vant an even greater advance, and are not anxi.ous to sell, because they' nk they cab get even hetwr-prices after the holidays. 'rhey knaw the Will have no trouble m gettmg ihe1r hold ings, aot eyery .,pound of the old Jtobil.cco wlll doubtless be 1ante d befol'e"'th'e-now crop u r fit to work In new tobaccalliere-has been'-slight revxval of boom of a few weelts &I}O, but tt lias not and eaao not assume proporttons for want of material T1vo-thtrds of the finest tobacco has been sold, and what Jemams ts etther not for sale at any Rrice unt4J. it is or 1t IS held at h1gh rates However, a number of be iNYork and Philadelphia buyers who !:lad gone home have returned, and being con stantly1on the loo_kout for Qhanoes to, buy, they succeE!d :ib. ptekmg up a good deal. considerably delll:yed by nl880n of the scarcxty of re, CHitAGO ROTES liable help for the handhng of good$, and because bf Th t d f 5 t d Bl k d 1 h d e recen a vance o cen s per poun m ac Uje e ay m s an consequent latex;ess .well's Durham smoking tobacco having caused constd tlle arnval of the exh1b1ts. 'erable comment as to 'l'l'hether it would affect 1ts sale, THE TORAOOO OEPAR_:J'MENT. The tobacco exhtbtt has been about the first to get in position. The touches were given it to-day, and it now stands in the art building one of the most beautiful and artistic displays of tobacco an4 tobacco goods ever made in thts country. It occupies a con spicudus l!ectlon of the northern end of the art building and receives marked attention from every visitor. Seven e stabhshments are represented-"'. T. Black well & Co., W. Duke, Sons & Co, W. W Wood, R. A. Patterson & Co., Geo. catnpbell & Co., f;i. HerW!heim & Bro. and Wm. S. K1mball & Co. I tooki occasion to interview a few of our prominent jobbers to obtain their views They seemed to !:ave the opmton that 1t would have no material effect in lessening its sale. As a general thing jobbers dislike to sell the goods on account of the small profit there is m tt. The class of smq_kers consume would prefer to pay the advance rather than substitute any other tobacco. l!; has made a little mol"ll.. mqlllry for other smokmg tobaccos that are now abo.11t ttqual in price to Blac,kwJilll's, but no unmmal demand. As BlacJs:well has t&k'en the i'nittatory step in that class of goods, is safe to say the rest w1ll soon follow hts example, and advance to ih:e1111l1Jle amount. This advance 18 not by any means speculative, but an actual necessity, caused princ1pally by the recent advances in leaf and the high pr1ces they axe compelled to pay for labor. A letter by one of qur prmcxpal manufacturers explains the tuat10n, from which I quote: "We are apprehensive of considerable ad vance in leat based on the ligjlt stock on hand the feeling, and the 15ad outlook in genera\ for this year's crop; so that under the circumstances the advance ts wtthm reason and cannot be avo1ded." The exhibit of Elackwell & Co. occupies the centre, with frontage of forty feet, and is decidedly the hand8omest display of the seven. In the centre stands a "life size plaster parts bull, with a wreath of flowers about Jus horns, and from his neck are suspended upon a 91ue rtbbon the gold medals won by t _he tobaccothree of them taken w1thm the last ten days, ono m Cincinnati, one in Chtcago, and one at the recent expo sit ion in Austraha. The display was arrauged by Major T. H Blacknall, the general agent of the firm, and he has dtsplayed no small amount of judgment in the' arrangement of the exhtbit. At each end a tobacco plant m full bloom, planted m a large vase, rests, and attracts much attentton. The plants are from the gold belt region' of North Carolma. About mxdway between the bull and the tobacco plan.ts are large, silver mounted obelisk cases on marble pedestals filled with granulated tobacco. Next to these are pyramids of c1garettes on revolvmg pedlll!tals. Two wmdows that come in at convenient places are utilized m a happy manner. One has upon it four pictures repre sentmg the growth of the factory. The first is a small, one-story building, that used in 1866; in the front ts the bull. Next is the buildmg of 1870, two stones h1gh Tbe third is the four-story building of 1876, and the1last is the present six story butlding, with ite 685 feet of frontage, m whteh th1rteen hundred employees ar61 engaged. ..zrhe other window represents the four continents in which the tobaccos are sold-America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Handsome lambrequins add to the effect. The whole is enclosed loy a gilt rail ing with tasty gates, on which the bull figures con sptcuously. Wtthm the enclosure are pyramids of cigarettes, tobacco, and kindred goods. There are in this d1splay more than three mtlhon cigarettes and more than ten thousand pounds of tobacco, includmg fifteen thousand packages of smoking tobacco. About a hundred bronze bulls and a large of elegant adverttSmg ptetures are worked m and add to the dis play, makmg a str1kmg picture. -Mr. Morga n, the man ufacturer, patd us a visit at our office thls week, and stated that our mercliants thetr pa tronage, and he wae highly pleased wtth the Chicago market. -vVe are the recipient of a handsomely engraved card, announcmg the engagement of your former' Chxcago correspondent, Mr Heinnch Sues, to the beautiful and accomphshed Mtss Rose Arnold. They will receive the many congratulatiOns of the1r frtends and well wtshers with pleasure, and we jom wtth the rest in wishmg them much joy. -We return thanks to Mr. Whttman, Sutrg & Newmark"s agent, for a beauttful "Key West Perfection" p1cture, sent to adorn the walls of our office. PIIILA.DBLPHIA NOTES. The collector of the Fxrst D1stnct of Pennsylvania Wm Ashworth, has been very ill for some time past. Nevertheless, to his strong wtll and nerve, he can he found at hlS post on all occasions when h1s presence ts required. ----,..----<&N8W-BR8 TO COilRESP.ONDENTS. E. I. F SAN FRANCISCO -Your mqmry Wlll be an swered by the company referred to. They have your letter. MT. VJ:BNON, 0., Oct. 20, 1881. EDITOR TOBACCO LE.!:li'.-Please be good enough to mform me in what year the first large factory was started m Key West for makmg c1gars, and smce when d1d Key West mgarsbecomeknownassuch throughout the Umted States, and oblige yours, Very respectfully, D. F. S REPLY-In March, It was established by V. Martmez Ybor. About the same ttme Messrs. Seiden berg & Co. inaugurated another large factory. These were speedtlv followed by others. Key West cigars became popularly (known as such tmmedtately. On our first page the busmess card of Messrs. Frowem & Co. can he seen, and may be for further particulars respectmg thmr enterprise m this country. THE TOBACCO DUTY IN ENGLAND. Enghsh tobacco tradesmen and consumers of tobacco in Great Britain have never been reco nciled to the increased duty of four pence per pound, levied in April 1878 on leaf tobacco 1m ported m to the Kingdom. When the additional duty was tmpe>sed, an expression of d1s approval was heard m all circles affected by 1t, and since that t1me scarcely a day has elapsed when some earnest protest has not appeared m the public prints, or been wttered at public meetings held in the principal tewns of England, Scotland and Ireland A repeal of the obnox10us levy has been contmuously urged, and at this moment several petit10n s are before Parlia ment, having for thei r object the a chievement of the same end 1 A consohdat10n has taken place ,between the two former ctgar manufacturmg firms of ,Messrs. P. Po halski and A Greenhall, of th1s mty. Hereafter the two gentlemen wtll dobusmess1under the firm name of Pohalski & Greenhall, at 153 Cnaml?_ers Street. BUSINESS TROUBLES. JAMES H. PAGE. Our Boston correspondent reports: On Tuesday, 25th inst, the meetmg of the creditors, nearly all of whom were represented, was held, Edward S Goulsto'n, chatrman, presHJ.ing. goode is one of A. PLUG TOBAV()O FA.()TOilY IN !1.&1'1 Pll.t.NCISCO A San FranctSco exchange contains the followmg announcement: .A NEW AND PROMISING INDUSTRY TO BE ESTABLISHED IN THIS CITY. A factory for the manufacture of plug tobacco of good grades, is to be establtshed m the large budding on Fourth and Bryant streets, formerly occupied by the West Coast F-urntture Company. The ortgmators of th1s enterprise are Mr. J 01!1. Brandenstein of thts city, formerly of the old and well-known house of A S Rosenbaum & Co., and Mr. Wttcher Jones of the firm of W1tcher Jones & Co, of Danvtlle, Va. Both these gentlemen have had a long and mttmate ence m the tobacco trade, and with the large amount of capttal at their command, there can he no doubt of the success of the enterprtse and 1ts benefit to tjle city and coaat. _,The fac.t.ol'.y _18 to be supplied with the newest and most tmpJoved wh1ch together with a number of skilled Virgmia operatives is now on thli way to this cxty. It is understoOd -that no hour tbe fau closes. The mustc xs furnished by Mr. Arbuckle"d famous Ninth Re12:ment Band, being much larger than ever before and havmg now forty-five men and an equal number of p1eces. The cornet solos bv Arbuckle the comet vntuoso, are very enjoyable, and the vMt ence applaud h1m to the echo. Solos are also played on the clarwnet by Karl K ege l, the euphomum by J. G. Frank, o n the sexaphone by F Lipp, on the cornet by Wm. Gr1_ffin, and ou the sexaphone hy Mons Reine. Tile mus1c IS a great success, and can be dtstmctly heard in every part of the great buildmg. The Thtrd Avenue elevated road bas a specialstat1on at the door of the at wh1ch all trains stop. A very excellent restaurant 1s kept m tl;le fa1r building by Joe Hamblm the well known caterer, where meals 1ce' creams and all the luxur1e s of the season may mdulged at a reasonable pnce. All who can attend will certamly come two o r three t1mes more, and enjoy every VISit. !tb. Charles Wager Hull, the General Superintendent ts constantly at work and to hie eff.lrts the grand,. effects are due; and Mr Asher S Mills, the Press Agent, IS to be found at room 6 on the ma1n hall way, where h e is always glad t() see and care for hi& newspaper frtends. Or Special See(\ Leaf Correspondence. PRTEJtBBUBG, P. Oct. 22. It ts time since I wrote to you, first on account of absence m the West for three weeks and since then because very little has occurred in our ncirnty worthy of note. But one or two frosts have visited us this fall so !ar. Tobacco has all cured down splendidly, of whtch a large amount could be stnpped if tho weather was favorable. No sales of new latefy-in fact 1t could not on account of hemg too drf. Buyers are sttll around m quest of '80, but, so far as can ascertain, only one small packing of 45 cases was s old. Two parttes m our village have their paclnngs sampled and two others have not. The views of bu vers and hoiders of '80 may seem too far apart at present to make heavy sales, but 1t wtll not be very long before xt will be bought, even if figures at present do not seem to war rant them m paying what lS termed fabulous such a bright future as the present indicates for ctgar manufacturers-being in fact all overrun With and the maJOrity not being able to fill them wtthm the next four to SIX months-what amount will they get_ durmg those s1x months if the orders.conunue to,pour m upon them as at present? The to manufacture would he all gone before the twelve months wer.e OYer. Mann facturet-s know thls to be the case, and ho:ders of leaf are al5o aware of the same This present 'lull" m tlie market does not scare any of the holdel'SI as before-!ong:ihe w1ll be fully made up by sales m amount andatfullypresent prices. As stocJr:s dtmmtsh, the greater the desire is to procure all that ts to be had by dealers. What is in store for manuf11-cturers by waiting for '81 geods? That 18 see n already. More is paid for raw goods than is asked for packed '89. COBRIISPO.IiDENT. TOBAOOG AS A MATCHIIAKIIR. All the nervousness, embarrassment and febrile ex Citement attendant upon '' poppmg the question m h1ghly ctvilized countries are avmded by young men of the Tchuhan Tartar vanety marry whOI!Ie stmple and diSCreet custom tt is to their chances of success or fatlure in matrimonial enterprise by the followmg proceeding: The Tchullan crelebs in search of a wife, having filled a brand-new ptpe with tobacco, stealthily ent.ers the dwelllilg of the fan one upon whom he has bestowed hts affections deposits the p1pe upon a conspicuous art1cle of ture, &!Jd retues.on ttptoe to some Cle iosa the It appeal'li;.that su'ice l\.1arch 1, Page has sold about $311000-evidently without any profit whatever, and at _an of 16 per cent, of the amount soJd. Smce March 1, Page has drawn ,4,014.65 for his personal use, and 1t does not appear that any money has been drawn from h1s business for stock speculat10ns the m01t attractive ever in .... country, and se-Chmese labor wilt The this IWW' bl't of indlllltl'Y. shoul4W .i f stimQ)ei$illt: ..._. i .-atiop tU.Itailll tobacco ill tlli8 tate. As we sllo1iiea al eek, theN. with $2 ,324.40 on the first of March, 1881, 01 .-vr at

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OOT 29 '!!BE TOBACCO LEAF. and mgars there were 648 poods 1m ported dunng the same t me agamst 1 087 puods m 188U There were expo tecl m the same ttme m 1861 8 4 9 poods agamst 10 o73 1D 1880 8 yard 1n front of the barn enclosed by a sub stant1al stone wall m one corner of wh1ch 1s a p1g ven A water trough IS supplied w1th runmng water from 8 m an adJOmmg field and 1t IS proposed to bmld a Ia ge c1stern back of the barn A tool shed w th a horse power house o er 1t has recently been erected as a vmg to tl e barn and lS found to be a great con ven ence Late Consular Reports on Tobacco. From the Consul at Bremen Gilrmany August 1881 Herew1th find also the 1mpo t of our tobacco h1the durmg the firt half of the present year obtamed from figures furmshed us by the Bremen Bureau of Stat IBtlCB I also place below for com par son the figures for the correspondmg penod of 1880 The dec1 ease 11 the p1 esent year m th s product s mamly attnbutable to the d1strust o cru; oned by the chancellors cherished scheme of a go ernment monop oly m tobacco to the uncertamty as to the ttme of the contemplated a mexat10n of Bremen to the Gil man customs umon nnd finally to tl e approach of tl e electiOns to be held th s autu l'm througlio t Gilrmany for membe s of t e Re cbstag wh ch p om1ses to be of a d1sturbmg character Table Sho v ng the Importation of Tobacco f10m the Umted States to Breme1 for the first stx months of 1880 and 1881 compa ed Years V Kentucky fbs bs. 880 3 002 4 68 922 188 7118 206 !189 640 From the Consul at Rotterdam Holland The follow ng statist cs of the 1mports and stocks of AmeriCan tobat!co m Holland w1ll be of nterest to to bacco mer bants and p oducers m the U tted States Holland has fu n shed a steady and p ofitable matket for our expo ters for many yea s a d the futme b1ds fatr to ncrease the demand m th s rna ket for the better grades of Arne can tobacco In no country s the consumptiOn of tobacco greater per cap ta than n the Netherlands The follow ng tables show the mports of tobacco to Rotterdam and Amsterdam for 18 9 and and tl e mpor ts sales and stocks m the Nether lands fo tl e last ten years I have also comp led a statement sho v mg the gen,ral mport and the consumpt on of tob ceo m the Net! ellands for the year endmg Decembet 31 from all oountr es It w ll be observed that the Umted States stands second m mportar ce as to 1m ports and first m Importance as to the amount act ually consumed Import of Amer1can Tobacco n Holland ROTTERDAM Years hds. rg n a Hhds Kt!n ucky Hhds 1880 4 9 3 530 11!89 5 290 917 391 AMSTERDAM 5 295 208 5.299 85 Imports Sales and Stocks of Tobacco m the Nether lands for Lhe last Ten Years Ki ogranu; 1 064 299 6 ln6 633 2 992 149 o06 1 1 2 00 833 rotal 13 998 296 Entered at Rotterdam 21 676 000 7 592 000 Amsterdam 15 050 000 4, 36 000 I des re to call the attentiOn of the Department of State to the fact that the tobacco merchants of Rotter dam have had oocaston to complam agamst the man ner m wh1ch samples of Maryland tobacco are drawn by the mspectors of the State tobacco warehouse at Baltimore Those samples are often far super or to those drawn by the recetvers of the tobacco Sometimes they a e taken m a way that JUBtllles the thought of mtended deceptiOn The are often tilled wtth good tobacco m the mtddle or at each eud and w1th a very mfenor quahty mother parts of the hogshead Now the dllference m value hetween the liample drawn by the mspector and the actual value of the tobacco lS sometimes 40 per cent and even more Wid there seems to be no remedy for the mer chants who rece1ve the same provided the marks and numbers on the hogsheads correspond wttb those on the sample The free mspect1on at Richmond Lomsv1lle Cmcmnatl and other pomts of shipment caUBeS no compla nt whatever but unlss there IB a radical change m the manner of ml!p(lction at Baltimore our exporters of tobacco generall:f anci. our Maryland tobacco mer chants part cularly will suffer from thiS unfortunate state of affairs From the Cons 1! General at Frankfort-on the Ma n GilJ"IDai y July 23 1881 Exports from the va 1ous Consular terr1tones w1thm thiS Consulate General durmg the quarter end1og June 30 1881 to the U mted States Smokers arttcles c1gars and tobacco-Frat k fort $4 551 16 Sonneberg $7 071 92 Mannheun $4 836 Stuttgart $942 41 Mayence $9 541 83 'total '26 943 32 Clay (for plpes)-Nuremberg $7 837 46 Frankfo t $10 642 68 'total $LS 4SO 14 From the Consul at San Dom July 15 1881 Dur ng the present year Mr A H Crosby an enter pr s ng Clttzen of New Yo k v s1ted the cap tal and secured a valuable concess o 1 for ng a ratl from Samana to Sant aJ;O ad stance of about 100 m les traversmg the riCh valley of the nver Yuna and tappmg the g eat tobacco g10wmgYeg-on of the repub I c Mr Crosby nforms me the vork w 11 be com menced speedily and pushed to completiOn The same gentleman erected the l ght house and vharf at Puerto Plata as well as tbe 'lha f m th s c ty and the br1dge over the Ogama R ver here A lfTATES:MAN AGR;ICU:LTtTRIST More than one I undred and fifty years ago the township of Donegal m th s county was settled by a number of Scotch and Ir sh Presbyterians the land m tl at sect on hav ng been granted tl em by John and Ihomas Penn After they had been located for a number of years the ground on wh ch Donegal chu ch nov stands to get! er w1th several of the adJOlll ng farms vas set apart m 1722 for church at d educatiOnal purposes and a log bmldmg erected close to the present structure where the settlers gathered for pubhc vorsh1p These people cleared the land and Implanted the l&aven of c vii zat on vh eli lias made th s me of the garden spots of the ea th The Scotch and I sh see m to have been a restless people ho vever and ve e not content v th developmg the finest sol to be found n Pennsylvan a but after a t me they rna ched forth nto the undeveloped western part of Pen s ten to y a d have left the narks n the v hole "estern t e of count es of th1s State and to day mstead of the r descendants enJOY ng the pleasure of t lhng our beaut1ful Donegal farms there s ha dly a dozen of them VJthm one hundred m les of tho place In a recent ou through Wash ngton and Beaver cou 1.ties we found faro hes and towns ;v1th names whiCh "e1e fam lmr m Donegal one hundred years ago Many of the r ancestors 1 e buned n the oemete y connected Jth the anc e t ed fice Many of them rose to p om1 ence n State and N a t onal affa rs and the country owes a last ng debt o f gratitude to them for the r att1tude m the trymg days of tl e revolutiOn As soon as ne vs arr ved at Donegal that the Boston ans had taken a dec ded s and agamst theoppresswnof theBuil b the tof mdependence w b ell filled the Scotch and I 1sh settlers was ar:oused and among the earl est and b avest sold ers of the Revoluttona1y wa were the compan es from Done gal 'I he story of Rev Ool11 McFa1 quha1 which IS fa md ar to all who have mterested themijelves m Done gal church matters sho vs the sp r1t of tl e men of that congregatiOn One Sunilay molllmg n 1775 the rev erend preached a sermon m vh1ch heu ged a cone 1 atory com-se on tl e part of the colomsts tow ards the government After the congregat on d1s m ssed the male members met under a large oak t ee "b1Ch st ll stands near the door of the anc1ent ed fice and after expressmg the md1gnat on at the wmdo ot the1r pastor they JOmed hands and took a vow of aile g ance to the cause of the colomsts and pledged the1r l ves and fortunes to liberty A compally 'las tmme d ately formed wh cl "ent forth to do battle n the cause of ght aga nst w ong rhe m n ste1 was much beloved by h s cong egat10n and t m st have been a severe t al fo h1s congregat on to thus sho v tl err of fcnse at h s speech He 1ema ned at the chu ch fo over thuty years As we stated above there re but few descendants of the men ;v ho settled th1s pa tot the cou ry no v re s d ng he e the German elen ent hav 1g gradually possessed themselves of all the farm ng property D Nathamel Watson and James B Cia k vere p10ba.bly the last of the descendants of the oug nal settlers to part v th the r estates and t seems fittmg that they tell nto tl e o 'lnershlp of those who are descendants of the early settle s although not among the o gmal owne s When Rev Cohn MoFarquhar came from Scotland he was accomp ned by a man whose progeny ve e dest ned to become a po" er n the State and nat10n H s name vas S mon Came on and ve presume through the mfinence of h s f end be was g ven one of the fa ms belongmg to tl e Donegal churcl tu t II He l ved and d1ed on the v.Iace and h1s 1emams 1th those of th ee of h s fam!ly test m the graveyard :;td JOm ng the chu ch Ihe present Gen S1mon Camet on s a grandson of M Mcjj'a quba s fello" passeuge and 'it s but natu al that o U" honored statesman should always have held the ple.ce m hallowed memo y A few years ago the Watson farm was offered for sale and Gilneral Cameron purchased t behevmg "It to have been the one on which h1s grandfather re s1ded but he afterwards found he "as m1staken and last fall purchased the farm of Mumma "as the one tenanted by h1s paternal ancestor As soon as the Watson fa1m passed mto h1s!o ses swn the General commenced to mprove 1t an m h1s hands 1t has developed mto one of the finest fa ms Ill th1s garuen spo of the world He has smce purchased the farm fmmerly owned by S S Garber and w1th the Watson Wid MuiillilapropertJes I as five hundred and twenty five acres of as fine laud as any farmet would Wish to own The Gilneral makes the Watson farm hts home for about I!IIX of the 'twelve months m the year occupymg the old mans1oo 1mmedmtelv to the north of the church It IS a. ooautJfulspot rhere ts a fine lawn m front to. the left of the house ts the site where the old Rchoolhouse engal Farms and wh1ch conta ns three hundred w d forty two acres You approach the farm buildmg through a long Jane each s de of wh chIS planted w1th young cherry and apple trees alte "Tiately so that n the course of a fe v years there will be one of the orchards m the county on ground vhJCh could not be other v se made usefuf. The clump of woods "'h!Ch stood on the farm along the May to vn road IS be ng out do vn a new panel fence has been put around the whole place and 1t has under gone otheJ mprovements wh ch makes t one of the finest farms m this sect on 11 Il ...... Th1s year the farm has y1elded one hundred! acres of wheat 22 acres of tobacco 60 acres o' corn and 80 acres of grass oats etc The tobacco crop of 1879 ra sed on th s farm has JUSt been sold by Mr AmosBo vman whohasent recha ge of tl e place 11 the absence of t;enator Cameron and bro ght the handsome pr ce of over $200 per acre Tl e 1880 crop 1s still better than the prev ous year wh1le the 1881 crop s a st II greater rmprove1 ent o that the Senator may expect a I and some profit from h s Donegal nvestment -Ma !etta (Pa ) Tmws Oct 22 1881 F om a S a1'f Corresponden o! he Press Of the many lovely spots m V rg ma the P edmont Reg on s the most surpass I gly beaut1ful lhe so1l s nch and the s 1 face of the coUI try rolling Danv lie IS the cap1tal of th s thr v ng reg on a beaut ful to pushmg back f om the banks of tl e Dan R ver from h ch 1t takPS 1ts name up the ge t e slopmg h lis to the beaut1ful valleys and 10ll ng htlls ot the blue mounta ns vl ch l e far beyond m North Carolmf} and Southwest V ll: n a rhe place has doubled m mhabttants durmg the past ten yea s and the mcrease has been substant al and made the ow beaut1ful and wealthy About ten thousand people dwellm Danv lle and 1ts env rons 'lhe farm wh1ch adJo ns the above place on tt e uorth,..est conta ns one hundred acres and has a Hnbstanttal farm h11use tenant house and a ne v ba1 k barn wh1ch the General e ected 1strat10n ente1 ta ned the 1dea of farmmg out to Spamsh or French firms the tobacco monopoly m the Ph hpp1.nes The nat1ve houses the powerful monastiC orders the m ssiOnJI.r es even advocated thlS plan to prepare the nat ves for the JI.Qsolute 1 bertv of the tobacco trade Senor Sagasta followmg tl e sugges ton of theM n ster of the Colomes agreed after much res stance m offic al c rcles to abolish the monopoly grantmg but one years delay to ex st ng nterests be cause the colvny sends to Spa n annually 000 'lOrth of tobacco The government expects that the reform wtll attract enough foreign cap1tal and enter pnse to st mulate. the p osper ty of the colony so ad m tablv s tuated near the Ch na seas on the h gh road between Amer ca Ch na and Austraha and mhabtted by 8 000 000 of most doc1le nat ves and Ch namen The Aboht omst Soc1ety has ,resolved to congratulate the Cab net on the mstruct ons sent to the Governor of Man Ia to stop the 111 t eatment of the nat ves under tl e tobacco monopoly cont acts The abohtwn otl a s n Jar monopoly n.Cuba n 1817 gave excellent results careful canvass of the town reVll61s the fact that there have been fully !106 acres of tobacco grown m town tb1s year m place of 498 grown last year a gam of only 8 acres In 1872 there were 850 acres m town Fm the convemence of the Homel!teadtJ many readets m the v c n ty e g ve the acreage of the d fferjlnt parts of the town for the two past seasons m tabular form 1880 1881 10 10 120 120 131 139 61 6! 176 1'76 ..,....,. 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There :Ill a u uch l&rger provortiOn of Havana thts y eaJ: t,llan last lt the yteld 18 l 500 rounds lQ ac eon an ave age the vhole c op w 1 ve gh 7:ffi tloo pou ds and an average of 12Y. cents pe1 poti a t 111 amount to $94 875 At 162 3 cer ts probably nearer 1ts t1 ue value 1t will to $126 500 Con vay Tobacco s em ng well Some commenced tak ng down th1s veek C K Ch ld bas sold for 15 cents m the bundle and B S Graves fot 10 cents' to Sm th of Deerfield Charles P.at'SQl 8 J r has 8( ld fats 80 crop to Guwee & Tucker of Nortbamnton for 13 conts roatked e1g:P,ts Northampton-There have been no sales of tobacco on the poles as yet Most of 1t s well CUl ed dotvn w th about lhe same amount of poe sweat that we usually I a e Son e th k they I ave the best crop they eve g e v South ngton Conn Tobacco s nea ly all cured down and he e proper care has bee 1 taken n curmg t proves to be of good quality altl ough many that have g ven t too much u1 by day and tool ttle by n ght Ill reap the reward of theu negl gence or 1gn c ranee by ece v ng a unsat sfacto y pr ce fo mfer1 r goods and wonder vhut the matter IS as 1t grew all r1ght I my last commun cat on I urged the unpprt ance of cu ng 1t slo v as the fall as been ve y dry 1t has been doubly n portant to do so th1s year as the sequel w ll p ove vhen stnppmg t me comes Not mo e tha one p ece m four w1ll be exempt f om white ve s If ve v sh to obta n and manta n a good reputat on fo ou1 tobacco so as to cope s ccess t lly w1th the best tobacco sect ons m tt e count ) e must g ve 1t an ntell gent nd co t nuous care ttntil it s ready for rna ket 'l he e me no sales to 1 epor t m th1s sect on as J et Suffield Conn To vne & Fuller of Sp ngfield have bought some fine lots of 1880 Seed Havana tob ce o m clud ng a cho ce lot rased by Mort mer Rose of Weet Suffield also the crop ra sed by G Phelp of Boston Neck Canton Centre Conn -The tobacco trade for the week past has been unusually act1ve I he followmg crops are 1eported sold H Humphrey 22c A F Humphrey F A B1dweU S E B1dwell and F G Humphrey 18c Mrs D H Wh te and vV 'l Wells 16c E N. Wh te G Tompson and J R P ke pnce unkno n PENNo YL VANIA OHIO From the Consul at Barmen Pruss a Aug 5 1881 The Pruss an yrovmce of Westphalia lS JUstly noted for 1ts mdustr a enterpr ses of whwh one of the most Important IS the manufacture of tobacco and n ore especially the manufactu e of c gars Th1s latter branch of trade v hlCh g1ves employment tu thousands of persons of both sexes has been seriously 11 JUred of late years by tl e ever reo 1 rmg tax proJects by the Impenal Gover 1ment and also by the threatemng prospect of the eventual nt oductwn of the mouop oly a pet plOJect of the Impe a l Chancellor who de s res to subJect tl e production ar d t ade of tobacco to the superv1s on and control of the lmper al Gove n ment thereby utterly &nmb latwg tl e w I ole tobacco busme8S 1 tl e bands of pnvate mdtvtduals Tn s em dltLOn of th ngs has we ghed. heavily agamst the vhole tobacco bus ness anJ. anothet factor sharply m 1 t!lt ng aga nst 1t n Westphal a. s the t;trasshurg tobacco manufactm e an nst tu t10n w hwh up to the year 8 1 "as pa t of the F1 ench Reg e and whwh afte the annexat on of Alsace and Lo ra 1 e by the Ge man Emp1 e has been ca1 r ed on by the State for the benefit of those ternto1 es The eatescattered branch establ til of this State mstJtUtl<"n m nem I v every prmctpal c t) of tl 1s Consular d stuct and as thev are m a o 1 to undersell the trade m the bands of pr1vaoo enlerpr se they sens bly curtail the sma I profits of he same The Mumma farm h .. 'l.S only recently come nto the posswss10n of the General and he has not had t me to make any Improvements tl ereon I he Dor ega\ fa m 1s at p esent tenanted by Vv11l am F nk the Ga ber ta m by Datt1el H6llman and the Mumma farm by Samuel Levan1 e Next year a grandson of General Cameron S moh Brua Cameron son of the Generals eldest son now deceased who moved mto the man Slon last :!>lay w11l stock and farm 425 acres and will 1mprove the place gene ails 'I he bouse and balD on the Mumma p oper t) w ll be remodeled so as to 1m prove tl)er usefulness as well as the r appeal ance and a.new tobacm barn vlll also be built A new panel fence IS now bemg e1 ected a ound the entue farm and whitewashed and the ground wtll be g1ven a heavy coat ng of man 1re and lim e the Ge1 era! hav 1 g pur chased 800 tors of man 1re flom Ph ladelpl1a to be used on tl:e three farms m add1t10n to that made on the place 'lh s year the 425 acres produced 100 acres of g1ass 42 acres of oats ac1es of tobacco 123 acres of vheat 103 aCJes of corn and 30 acres of rye Ihe crops have been uruformly good the tobacco al ways bung ng a h gh p ce th s yeat havmg been sold Ilartsv lie Oct 24 he .veather s nee my last re 'J)ort bas been n all'y f!lvo1able to the crop and tlie cond t on of the tobacco s JUS t as good as could be ed No frost yet J G L M am sburg (0) Bulletm Oct 21 Ma ket s dull tl ough occas o ally t1 ansact10ns are reported at 8 and 1 0c for 80 Seed A of Z rome s Spamsh was so ld at 1Qc but th s e IB umforml) refused plant ers hold ng at la to 20c A not1ceable feature of the week 1s the sale of ne v German g -een 1 tt e sqed at 9 a d 10c The ex tens ve smuggl ug car ned on over the Dutcl frontier also mil ta,tes agamst th1s already lang:u d trade and d scourages all honest enterp 1se 'I he con dec! ne Of .. tobacco manufactu e m 'vVestphal a has about a reductwn n the number of work mg I:lands'ior the last fe v yearsi w d the labor outlook lJl thiS brar cl s g ow g stead y woNe The result of all this has been an mcreased em g a tion from Westphalia to the Umted States and should the monopoly become an. accomplished fact the to bacco mdust y m tlus d str ct must ecetve ts death blow and only the 1esource of em1grat10n en masse would be left to thousands A.S a refuge 1 omdest tutton In com ectwn "1th tl s the annual repot t of the Cham 8er of Commerce at Mmden g1ves utterance to the fol lowmg p1teous and almost desperate vords The from th1s d str1ct IS lamentably large and 1t may be pern 1tted to w; as patr ots to put the quest on Has the Gilnnan Emptre Leen fom aed for the purpose of dr1vmg forth 1ts Cit zens mto ex le 1 From the Consul General at St Pete1'8burg Russ1a July 15 1881 The leaf tobacco 1mported mto th1s country for the four months ended Apr1l 30 1881 were 13 713 poods 85.034 the same penod m 1880 Of cut tobacco at the very h1gh pr1ce of 2 cents around CAMERON$ A fe" llundred yards southeast of the above de scr1bed p1ope1 t1es l es the farm of Senator Janes Don aid Came1on !l..s befme stated 1t as formelly owned by James B Clark naw res dmg m Lancaster but 1t has undergone so many changes smce 1t has l!een n the possessiOn of Senator Cameron that one vould hard y know 1t was the same farm I here are three bund ed and seventeen ac eR m the place and 1t IS cons dered one of the best n th1s local t) I he bu ld mgs are mm ly new and constst of a tine la ge brtck farm louse occup1ed by the p1esent n a ager Geo gA W G ave a f arne tenai t liouse t vo barns and two large tobacco barns The lm ge barn s ne" and 1s su li a model n constructiOn we g1ve a detailed de scr pt10n of It The lo er or ground fioor IS d v ded off mto stables {or horses and cattle there be ng accommodatiOnS fm fifty head of l orned cattle a d fifteen head of horses Separate and com nod ous stalls are prov1ded for s ck 01 disabled an mals for cows w1th calves and fo1 calves alone The feed ng troughs are alllo v a mosc to the g ouna as that 1s the natural way f01 cattle to feed Feed boxes medJCme chests and all such convemences are placed m post t10ns so that t me and labor are saved m feedmg the cattle The thresbmg :floors and mows ate well pro port10ned and convemcntly arranged Four vent run f om the ground to the roof wh1ch answers not only fo ver t1latmg pmgoses but for throwmg down hay or stra to the stable :floor There are fou1 teen glass w ndows and 1 me double doors so that there 18 plenty of hght and rur for the stock Many httle thmgs wh ch a1e really of great convemence n the mana.gement of a Larn such as hooks for fasteomg dool'f!lback hooks m the rafters for bay: holSters etc are placed m proper pos1t10ns throughout the whole buildmg wh1ch sa we much t1me and trouble There 1s PohaJsJd & Greenha.Il, Manufacturers of the celebrated THE TOBACCO :MONOPOLY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS The Madr d correpondent of the T ws says One of the most pol t c a d prog ess ve acts of he p esent Government s tl e abo) t10n of the tobacco monopoly m the Ph l pp ne Islands the text of tlle decree pro cia nung vii ch wtll be pubhshed 10 the Ojfictal Gazette on Sunday lhl.ll cannot be ega ded but as a measure of advancement ru d mportance and from a fi a cal pomt of v1ew 1t cannot fatl to gtve general sat sfact10n to the country The oppos t10n press almost unan mously com pi ment Senor Leon y lJast llo the Colo al Mm1ster on h1s pol cy and Senor Castelar I as ad dressed to h1m a noteworthy letter m vh ch he sa) s I congratulate you on a decree wh h does Just ce to so many Of om unlappy tellow creatu es-a decree vh ch v ll g ve you a place among the g eat eman 1 pators of human labor render ng llustrious you name for nil t me rhe Datly News co respondent says 'I he Span sh Government has dtc ded to a bot sh the state nonopoly of tobacco 11 the Phihpp ne AI ch pelago of v ch Ma1 !Ia 1s the capital About one hund1ed yea s ago the Cast1han V weroys decreed that tobacco should be cultivated by thenatl'lesm g1ven quant1t1es bar dmg ove1 the st1pulated amount to the gove nment aml the rest bemg destroyed The monopolystopped the cle velopment of the most p1ofitable p oduct10 1 and kept the nat1 es n a condtt on I ttle removed from slavP ) Compla nts vere so frequent that the Canovas Adm n SEED LEAF CROP REPORTS CONNECTICUT AND :MASSACHUSETTS Qu te a numbA of farmers at Alexandersv1Ue have <>U t a seco d crop of tobacco the last crop be n11: equally ( f not Ia ge tobacco) as la ge as the first c op lobacco at Farmersv lle IS not cu ng as tap dly as t should El Principe de Gales CIGAR FACTORY -OFt 'l'he C1gars of tms Factory 1mder the well known Brands of E1 Principe de GaJes -ANDde Ca.yo HuesQ, Manufactured of new and beet Vuelta AbaJO Havana tobacco and unexcelled In quality and makct by any of the Havsne. Factorle8 are now rece ved m regulaf weekly sh pments by FRED'K DEBARY & CO., 41 & 43 Warren St, lfew York.

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4 TOBACCO MARBZT. NEW YORK. October 28 W68tern Leaj.-Th18 market contmues without am mation. jobbers the past week bemg the prme1pal buyers The Regie buyers do not appear to be domg anythmg unless It be to take thmgs easy, as of late Spam, we have heard, does not want anythmg at this time, presumably on account of the pr1ces asked for her hne,of goods But, aHer all, 1t may be, as a dealer of long exper1ence observed to us when commentmg on the rumor, that when Rhe announces that she don't want any tobacco, the t1me IS near when she will com mence to buy. We don't know, we hope ttls Messrs SA WYBR, W ALLACB & Co report to THE TOBAC oo LBAF as follows -Our market contmues very qmet, and smce our last report only 264 hhds are reported sold. Of these 32 were for export; 30 to manufacturers, and 202 to jobbers The rece1pts smce the 1st mst are 5,938 hhds, agamst 12,467 correspondmg date lw;t October Exports 4,766, agamst 10,094 The sales to this date last October were 3,899 hhds 91 1,834 1,037 80S 587 221 169 1,062 436 286 3d week 4th week 5th w&ek 10,223 548 612 344 773 298 1,636 742 2 2 6il 482 974 223 26! 3.076 3 371 6,U01 349 2,083 285 261 Mr. R. HAGEDORN, tobacco broker, reports 1,250 Rece1pte this monthWestern 4,202 hhds From New Orleans 1 do do. Baltimore 328 do do. Vu-ginia 1 407 de. Last year, 10,768 hhde. 91 d9 106 do 1,502 do 5,938 hhds Total Rece1pts th1s year -Western 55,368 hhds. Last year, From.New Orleans 43 do do. Balt1more 1,315 do do. Vtrgm1a 20 041 do Total 76,767 do .!!;xp't Manf Job'rs Specu &leo for tbe week 32 30 202 Bales for tho montb 189 652 409 1 ,25 0 hds Exports for the week, 822 hhds. For the month, 4, 766 hbds. At New Rece1pts from Jan 1 to Oct 22, 1881, 11,843 hhds, agalll8t 5,038 hhds m 1880, sales thrs month, 20 hhds exports foreign, 34 hhds, domestic, 78 total, 112 hhds Stock on hand and on s hrpboiHansCOmmercral, 3 daya, 323, oo aays, Antwerp-Com mercia!, 3 d!lys, 525%, 60day. Re1chmarks-Bankers, 3 days, 94, 60 days, Gwlders, 8 days, 40. 60 93 do, C F Ha!!an 458 ns lnu'IJ-30 hhds, 106 cases, 63 bales, 7 pkgs (800 lbs} mfd. Ilav1 e-56 ba les Haytt-12 lihds 111 Hull-lOS lohds Lverp()()t-34 lihds L.obon-53 hhds London>0 hlids, 34 pkgs (4, 7>0 Its.) mfd. Opm to-20 bhd s Porto Rtco--3 bhdr., 49 pk:gs (8,4Sli lbl!.) m1d. .&ti81dam-1Q7 ca.Ees. lf. S ot Golom/na 60 bales, 4 pkgs (604 lbs) mfd. v.,l.914 3 940 2 ,387 158 1 5U4 1,330 .. 9 ,505 881 1107 75,427 Wl 482 1,1110 229 19,441 4 5 21 31 2 885 148 813 72 1,091 2 11 38 4 30 818 46 6,162 530 3 1 241 76 70 2,861 44 34,349 3,l92 119 608 41 62 9 924 317 6 675 2,371 57 756 102,992 438 23,148 1 220 17,121 456,744 7,004 15,5o8 3,338 600 311 1 ,238,123 4,8i9,121 QUOTATIONS of WHOLESALE PRICES. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Eery re-aal.e 11 to be &tan advance on ftrst cost, the pnces obtainable by growers ot tobacco. therefore, will a.J.ways be somewha.t ower than quotat1ous WESTERN LEAF, cts HBATY LUP8 I Lugs 7).6@. 9 Commen 9 @II 1 Jlledoum I Good 12 Fwe 14 @18 Selections VIRGINIA LEAF'. I @ 9 @16 lJ.A. v A.."f..l Fu.Llc.RS-Common Uoo'8 3s 19 CiJ80 lOs li!s, and 15@18 & 20@25 BRIGHTS-1BLAaKStus a.nd "Pocket :Na\y4,,5s,3saud Plec08 18 @80 j.ill>s 16@18 & 20@::0 9-mchlight.preaaed 80 @.00 1 lOs or Pocket Plecesl0@25 Gold Ba.111 30 @50 NE"grohead twist 23@30 6 and tZ.mch twlflt 23 @40 l CIGARS. HanD&, perM $50@150 1 Seed, per M Seed and Havana perM: 40@ 90 16@40 GRANlJLA.TED SMOKING TOBACCO, Medium to good $!16@4U I Good to fine SNUFF, [Subject to di8counl tQ the wholesale trade. Macc&boy 62@.-65 !American Gentleman -@-72 Scotch and Lundyfoot 65 Rapp;!e, French 72@-1 I LICORicE PASTE, I s .. mn:-'1,_-HQ C'' HW.S" C IFG" IITWS" WalliJJh.' A V S.' Filar" G ,. c C. y Ca' d Star," "1 I &C&" 11M" usterry "P G '' "La Rosa" "Huelva," "Magnet," "l:l.' DOES'l'IC BECEIP'l'S. The domestic rece1ptaat the port of New York for the 'Were u follows -.. 1,889 hhds 8ltr011, 2 ,096 cs leaf, i bales do, 938 cs smkg, 10 bales do, 1911 cs mfd, 314 bx do, 6 %; bxs do, 162 do, 317 )i'-bxs do, 62 34-bxs do, 18 bx cto, 10 1-16 bxs do, 234 cads do, ou 'i cads do, 66 )4 cads do 1.186 pkgs d o, 25 'i bbls do, 4 crates do, 13:1 CS Cigars, 1 box do,l pkg do, 20 Co Cigarettes, 2 do crgarettes and smkg, 4 trcs snuff, 74 bbls do, 11 bbls do, 740 bxs do, 3 kel\'s do, 3 crates do, 3 llxs samples consrgned as folio" s ;,y th Ji.rt JiflilrMd Buchanan & Lyall 354 hhds, R 11oore & Co 5 do, W .. Jiace .z CoM do, Pollard, Pet Ius ,._, Co 74do, D Dows & Co 10 do, Toel, Hose & Co 4 do Kunha1dt & Co 30 do M_B Nash 58 do J H Moore & Co 4 do H l:lrebert 16 do,, D J Gjirth, Son & Co 1.1 do. G. H_1 Sp1tz uer & Son 91 H rrellman 54 do, W 0 Smitli It Co 31 do Drummond Tobacco do 1,156 Order in lilids, 72 cs I By the budsdo .P Lonllard & Co 118 do, J H Moore & Co 4 do, H T Swan 10 do, .Jo'unch, Edye & Co 13 do, C H Sprtzner &1Son 202 cs, Order 1 7 0 lllld s, 2o cs By tiM Pnmylat Line G !Salomon & Bro Iii cases, BueLl & Dorm1tzer' 2 d o, Jos S e hgsberg l! do, J Scbrff 7 do Basch& Fischer 10 do, E Hoff man & Son 58 rto, Wm Eggert & Co 162 do, D Levy 2.'i do, C A Gale 5 do, L Gersbd & l!ro 60 do, B G10tta 12 do By tiM V l d Dommwn 1:3t, A () Hodrrguez & Co 6 d o J B Creagh do N B i\i&nnmg 5 do, A Del Pma 4 do, 1 pkg do, W A Leggatt & Co b cs c1gars, 1 do samples, L P & J .Jo'rank o cs c1garo I lmle cutt wg. Setden berg & -.;o c c1gars, 7 do tobacco, V i\lartmez Ybor .il Co 5 buie s scraps 1 PHJLADELPHIA, Oct 26 A H Fougefay to, bacco Agent 1 eports to J;HE TonAcco LE ""' Anoth e we e k of the fall weath er rs gone, and yet our JObbmg uades as a general thrng are still unable to fill tbeu daJl:> ae mands for certam b r ands of goods P11ces hold and favor advances, m fact, one o f our Southem manufactur ers has a gam uoufied the trade that 2 cents more must be pard m orde1 to handle or se ll then goods i\Iay 1t not be possible foi tbe manufacturer to goa httle too far? Advances, balanced 'WJth JUdgment, are very esentral Ftne Outs-As usual continue to move off nrcely Smoktng 1l1bacco-'Irade shows a decrded Improvement for the better grades. are all bllq m every grllode of c1gars, nevertheless, illose who desire to do a pro.titaule claim goods Kre sold too low to be sat.isfac1ory Snuff-l\1ovmg as usual. Rece1pts-496 boxes, 7,118 caddres, 8,224 cases, pails of fine cuts. Exported to L1verpool-Of manufactured tobacco, 29,3281bs Sud Leaf-In movmg around among the crga1 leaf dealers tut one answer can be received-traders excellent and full of hfe, prrces are all that could be expected, profits mcreaSID!l', and prospects full of encouragement llaMna-Prompt sale 1! of quallly desired Rece1pts for the week --619 cases Connectrcut, 821 ca.es Pennsylvama, 129 cases Oh10 11)1 cases Wrsconsm, 116 bales Havana, and 281 hbde cfVugm1s and Western leaf tobacco Sales show up -544 cMses Connecticut, 731 cases Pennsyl vama 86 cases OhiO 60 cases W1s consm, 81 bales Havana, 6 hhds V u gmra and Western leaf, and 82 phds ID transrt to manufacturers Exported of leaf tobacco -To Liverpool, vra steamer, 69,327 lbs BALTIMORE, Oct 27 -Messrs Ed Wrschmeyer & Co Tobacco Commrasron Merchants report to THE ToBACCo LBAF as follows -Recerpts of leaf tobacco contmue small The Maryland market rs without any change to note, tbe de mand herng moderate from sbrppers, but holders contmue firm m theu vrews, on accouut of the short crop p1ospects A few hog shMds of the 1881 crop. ground leavt>s, have been re cetved, of c o mofon quahty. and sold at a to 5'ic per lb Oh10 has been m better demand th1s weQk, and we note sales of DOO bhds to tbe French buyer, pnces not kno"n also 38& bhds to Dmsburg, p t Holders contmue firm m tberr views QUOTATIONS. Mnryland-mfeuor and frosted $ 2 00@ 3 50 sound common 4 00@ 5 00 good do 5 00@ 6 00 mrddhng . 6 50@ 8 00 good to line red 8 o0@10 00 fancf 10 00@14 00 uppe1 country 4 00@16 00 g1 ound leaves new 3 00@ 8 00 Ob10-mfeuor te good common 4 00@ 6 00 g.eerush and brown 6 50@ 7 50 medmm to fine red 8 00@10 00 commo n to medmm spangled 7 00@ 9 00 fine s pangled to yellow 11 00@18 00 A1r cmed medrum to fine 10 00@18 00 Kenttucky-tlasb 4 00@ 5 00 common lugs 5 00 6 00 good lug s 6 00@ 7 00 common leaf 7 50@ 8 00 medmm leaf 9 00@10 00 11oodleaf 10 00@11 00 line to chmce 11 50@13 00 Vngm1a-co mmon and good lugs 8 00@ 5 50 common to methum leaf 6 00 8 00 fa rr to good Jeaf 8 00@1 0 00 selectiOns 12 00@16 00 stems common to fine 1 00@ 2 00 Inspected th1s week -276 h!JdS 111aryland,' 102 do Obw, 1 do V1rgmra, total, 387 QO Cleared same perrod -Per steomer Braun schwerg, for Bre n:en 81 hbcts Maryland 46 de Kentu cky, and 41 do Vrrgmtll tobacco, 90 bbds Vngm1a stems, and 250 cs Seed leaf TOBACCO Jan 1 1881Stock on hand m tobacco warehouses and on shipboard not cleared 21,486 hhds lni!Jlected week 387 hhds Inspected prevwusly thrs year 34,1156 bhds --I S6,829 hhds 31,60 0 hhds S t ock m warehouse tlus day a11tl ou shrpboard not cleared 25 229 hhds Stock same tlme m 1880 3 1,867 hhds ltfanttfactu7 ed 1 obacco-There 1s no change to note m tbe con d1t1on ot tb1s ma1 ket Tade continues fan, the demand bemg mostly for the lower grades CINCINNATI, 0., Oct 26 -jl-lessrs Prague & Matson, Lear l o bacco B1 oke1s and Re dryers of Cuttmg Leaf and Plug F1llers, report to THE ToBACCO LEAF as follows -Tbe market fo1 leaf tobacco w1tb the exceptiOn of a day or two has full:> mamtamed Le fi1mnes wbrch we noted m our la st report, m fact, fo1 tbe past t e n days, tlle tendency has been to eve n m01 e strength than has been mamfested srnce the exCite ment of Augu s t and early September The demand rs almost exclusively from manufacturers" ho seem to feel that stocks me sufficre utly large to JUStrfy tbe h ope of any considerable decline, auct 1 ather than run the usk of havmg to use the new too early, are t ak mg hberally of the o ld The weather keeps all thut could be asked for curmg the new crop, and we hope soon to be able to grve some rehable mformat10n regardrng 1ts quavtrty and quahty 'l'be total offel)ngs at auctwn for the week just closed, and tLLe exprred porllon of tbe current month and also com parrsons, were as follows Hhds Bxs Hhds l!xs 1881 1,041 231 3,520 968 1880. 1,270 214 4,031 592 1879 .. .. .. .. 4113 190 1,825 858 Hhds Bxs 56,653 8,472 54,656 6, 206 31,211 5,196 1 Cuttmg .Leaf-Common dark sn:.o1<1ng lugs : o 00 6 00 Common bright smokmg logs 7 00@ 8 00 Med1um do do 9 50 11 60 Good do. do .. 12 00@16 UO Fme do do .-@-Common h11ght lug s .12 00@14 00 Medrum do do do 15 00@17 50 Good do do do .. 18 00@20 00 Fme do do do .. 22 00@26 00 Medrum bngh t leaf 21 00@23 00 Gqod do .. 22 00@2) OU Fme do 25 00@27 OU Fancy do .. 28 OU@3ll 00 MANUF'AC1 5rOCK Common fillers, dark anu t. tsl.ty ...... 12 00@14 00 Med fillers, some color and boa) ..... ... 15 00@18 00 Good, red color an:i good hody 22 00@25 50 Fme, bnglit do do 'do ........... 27 00@29 H. A. RICHEY, tobacco and crgar broker, reports to THIC TOBACCO, LEAF us follows -The demand for plug tobacco contmues Navy the prmClpal dealmgs, and although repot ts say retailers are getting heavy stocks on hand, there seems no apecull fallmg off 111 onlers foiT desirable goods. Many manufacturers are st1ll considerably tbehmd m orders, and are not eager for orders even at the advanced pnces. A further advance m fine grades w1ll be necOfi I!.Bl'Y to prevent loss, though thlS may be Jnevttable, smce I hear of an lntentwn to work new stock as soon as, 1t can be had, wh1ch wlll prvve d:isl.strous to euch brands that are so made, and will hkely hold the market down on honest gOOeen smce Black Wednesd ay" (7th ult, speculatiO n m the weed bemg greater tbat day than any t1me durmg the season } Some of om fnends h ave pard dearly for tlierr v;h1stlcs But such Islrfeona boom Hecerpts and sales are very light Sold tb1s week 25 hhds QUOTATIONS Lugs-Common to medmm 3%; 4)4 Good 5)4 Led'r-Common to medmm 5;!4@ 6% Gooa 7 @9 Fme N c ne oJienug The planters have about got through housmg therr tob acco crop Ab out une balf 18 cut too green, wb1ch wrll be n onde scnpt ef co uroe The othei half I thmk, wrll average w1tb the last crop m quallty I thmk the crop m geneml w11l be about as large as last year's I mean tbere wrll be as many pounds PADUCAH, Ky., Oct 22 -Mr T H Puryear Leaf Tobacco Broker reports to THE ToBACCo LEAF -He cerpts, 66 hbds, 85 do. reJeCtions, 19 do QUOTATIONS. 5 @ 5}f o}f@ 6 7}f 8 @ 9% No change to note m the market The cool weather alarmed farmers, and tbe r e mnant of the crop was rushed mto tbe house Tuesday and Wedn.,.day, so but httle harm was done by tl:le hgbt frost of the 19th RICHl\IOND, Oct 27 -W E D1brell v Leaf Tobacco Broker, re ports to THE ToBACCO LEAF -Market very firm and purchases of all grades of bnght IS large, at advanced prrces Low rade smokers m demand and scarce No fine wr1,1ppers offenng m e dru m to very good mahogomes hav e changed hand freely, as well as all classes of smokmg stock from scrap to nest cutters R e cerpta very light, and m&rket more speculative than heretofm e SAN FRANCISCO, O c t 20 -The Journal merce thus reports the ma1 ket -CIGARS-Imports smce om last, 19 cases Jan 1 1,479 cases 1 IMPORTERS. Receipts by rarl smce OUlllast came to the followmg. cs to Heynemann & Co, 3 cs to M !A. Gunst, 2 cs to L & E W e1 thmmer, 2 cs tv Mrchahtschke Bros, 1 cs to Wellman, P & Co, 1 cs to Castle Bros & 'Loupe. 1 cs to E Chenot, 1 C!i to J A Dnnkhouse &I Co, 1 cs to H Sutliff, 1 cs to VICtOria (B C), 1 cs to A. Mau &: Co. Busmess durmg the week has been very active. The tendency of prrces 1s upward, but despite the ,(l18posrtlon to cut rates lately full puces are now exacted. QUOTATIONS I Common Seed-43.( to 'i-mcb 18 00@ 20 00 {) lllch ...... "' .. .. 20 00@ 23 00 Good Seed-4 Inch. ,,, ......... 00@ 25 00 1 4)4 ..... < .......... 23 tip@ 30 Ojl 4'i .. .. 25 00(0 32 50 5 .. 2800@-' Seed and Havana-4 Jnch .. ,, 45 00@ 55 00 4}4 M 00@ 60' 00 5 li 70 00@ 75 00 Olear Havana-4 mch 60 00@ 611 00 43.( I 70 00@ 75 00 "" .. 80 00@ 95 00 4% .. .. 95 00@125 00 I 5 .. ... 105 00@150 00 Chma ... 15 50@ 17 00 TOBACCO-Imports smce our last By rall, lbs manufactured, 87 cs, 2 hhds (35,970 lbs) leaf. Total tmports smce Jan 1st 3,7!79,557lbs manufac tured, 810 bls, 113 hhds, 840 cs (2, 940 ,911lbs} leaf l IMPORTERS Rece1pts by ra1l smce our last came to the followmg Manufactured-9,010 lbs to L & E Wertheuner, 39,660 lbs to Esberg, B & Co, 840 lbs to ll!chal1tschke Bros, 12 360 lbs to Falkenstem & Co, 4 500 lbs to Portland (Or}, 1,160 lbs toM Ehrman & Co, 370 lbs to A Ofner&: Co, 3 440 lbs toM Rosenbaum, 6,150lbsto Oppenliermer Bros, 780 lbs to J A Drmkhouse & Co, 360 lbs to E Gos lmky, 4,260 lbs to Wellman, Peck &: Co, 1,600 lbs to Castle Bros & L, 2,770. lbs to Taber, H & Co, 4,880 lbs to Honolulu, 1,500 lbs to J S Bowman, 1,560 lbs to Insus & Co, 700 lbs t.o H Suthff, 1,090 lbs to Newton Bros. 1,060 lbs to Mayr1sch Bros, 750 lbs to J T Cuttmg, 550 lbs to Corb1tt & M Leaf-1 cs (140 lbs) to M Rosenbaum &: Bio. 45 cs (20,130 lbs) toM A.rmer & Co, 1 cs, 2 hhds (1,500 lbs) to A Bauwgarten, 40 cs (14,200 lbs) to M Rosenshme & Bros The mBiket IS very active at' the late advance, and 1m porte s have as much as they can do to supply the demands of the trade Leaf tobacco rs very firm and acttve. J ... @--@@--@ 3 uo <11) 115 1 so @ 1... --@--22'i@ <' 25 31;@ 165 31S @ 35 @ 65 16 @ 10 @ 11 @ @ @ STATESVILLE, N. (),,Oct 28 -Messrs. Jourgensen & Co of the Cash Tobacco Wa1 ehouse, repo1 t to THE 'l eEAO co l,Eu -Ne w crop bemg offered, but 1s found mam)y unnpe, fille1s Our n e w bnc,k w a rehouse (bemg completed) will be opened for a first sale on Tuesday, N'ov 8 If weather proves favorable a full fioot may be expected QUOTATIONS Lugs-Da1k comm on to meruum B11ght common to me ehum Bnght good to fine Smokers-Bnght common to medrum Bu!l'bt goo d to fine do ilnc to fancy Leaf-Dark common to medmm 4 00@ 5 00 500@750 5 oO@ 8 50 500@700 8 00@10 00 11 00@19 00 500 T. 2H Foreign Markets. BUEMEN. Oct. 8 -Our special :-The feeling m our wa1ket ,has m consequence of addrtronal news from the Umted States. Some large sales of Kentucky tobacco have been consummated at high prices Sales of Vrrgm1a have been hmited, owmg to small stocks on ha.nd. The market for Maryland to bacco has been brJBk, owmg to large rece1pts. Sales from first hands 364 hhds Kentucky, 33 do Virgnna, and 36 do Maryland Sold, to 100 hhds Vtrgmla. Sales for future dehvery. 150 hhds Kentucky, 140 do Vugm1a, and 143 hhds Maryland. Havana has fully mamtamed the late brisk mquiry for 1t, especmlly on leafy classes of Vuelta AbaJo, the arrrvals of wh1ch were sold readily at h1gh priCes, and partmlly 1 esold to other parties. Seed leaf-Imports 742 ;cs per Neckar, 544 do per Matn, 150 do per Hapsburg 583 do from Balhmore per Leipzg Sales 679 cases, 179 Seed leaf cuttmgs Stocks 6,960 cs Seed leaf, 360 do cuttmgs and strip pmgs Prwes Seed leaf wrappers, 70 to 250 pfgs, bunch wrappers, 55 to 75 pfgs, tillers, 35 to 50 pfgs GLASGOW, Sept 30W1lham Conoal & Co.'s Monthly Cncula r sa y s -The market contmues firm, and a frur husrness has been done at the quotntwns The r G39v mtl wete t.tken for $84,823 'file next sale is to take p lace on the 12th mst Le.tf Tobacco 1 C ropTbe three auchont held last month "ent o1I wnlwut result A further sale 1> advertised for the 14th !not If there are no sales pr1ces wrll be rednced further r, per cent next month, bnngmg 4a Cagayan down to $11. 73, uud 4a Isabela to $12 60 After thrs another reductroo of 5 per cent can be t>stabhsbee, provrded no tendei'B are sent in dnrmg tbree auctrono The 3a Cogayan may be cooa1dered out of the m trket E>:ctange < n London-4 months 410,_, te11ding; higher, LEAFLE'l'B. -The C rgar makers' Umon lof Allegheny City1 Pa.; has agaur rarsed then scale of pr1cea, and a strike ja hkely to follow. -An assomatwn of tobacconists m Dublin recently resolved to suppo1 t as httlo as po&uule manufacturers who keep retarl shope -Messrs P Lonllard & Co d1dn 't tE"Jl the newspapers that they had formed a tobacco company lim1ted in England, and yet they found 1t out The busybodies. -George Wostenholm & Son, the celebrated cutlery manufacturers of Sheffield, England, have adopted as a t1ade mark on then razors the fi?,U;re of a tobaccoprpe wrth a long stem and the word 'Prpe." -The largest transaction m tobacco ever made in St Loms, and perhaps m the West, was made on the 18th m the purchase by the Drummond Tobacco Com pany, of St Loms and Alton, Ill., of $50,000 worth of br1ght Vrrgm1a wrappers from the Planters' Warehouse. The pr1ce ranged from 60 to 62 cents per pound. 61 a.I'hl aa 1'.; Duke Street. LANCA.STEJL PA. 'l J 'J

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I I OCT.' 29' TJrE TOBACCO LEAF A A, GA. (Special to THE TOBACCO LEAF.) ( Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 18, 1881. AT THE f" ADELAIDE (AUSTRALIA) EXHIBITION there were large and magnificent displays in all departments, but in none were th e exhibits more extensive than in Tobacco. Thi s i s largely due to the fact that a majority of the people of Australia are more or less engaged in mining, and mining people as a class are, generally speaking, a tobacco consuming people. For this reason Tobacco Manufacturers strive hard to win the first prize at the Australian Exhibi tions. At the Exhibition just closed at .Ade the prominent manufacturers of New York, New Jersey and elsewhere made exten sive displays, but the Judges' report shows A NORTH CAROLIN.A FIRM The International Cotton Ex position is fairly under yvray. The arrangement of the displays has been consi!leraqly delayed by. reason of the scarcity of reliabl help for the handling of goods, and because of the great delay in shipping and consequent lateness of the arrival of the exhibits. thete gentlemen a long WfJ.Y behind in the race. : :. BlACKWELL'S :Durham Lang CABRIED OPP THE GOLD MEDAL wrrB PLYING COLORS. lf This is the first Gold Medal recommended by ihe judges at aay international exhibition or provincial exhibition ever held in .Australia. The highest honors attained by any other to bacco exhibit was a diploma and medal. Two two A.ustrali.awl, and the Cus HOmie U.Cer (the judges). were gentlemen qulifled to make the award-gentlemen mOft the high eat circles, and who could reciate good quality of tobacco. fhey re pl"''fided wj.th pipes and the severest leJits wete applied. The following extract appears in the &ura USTRALUJf GAZETTB and also in the ExPRESS AND of 29th of 1881, both pub. liahed in Adelaide, .Australia : ''TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. "Judges: Messrs. Fred. J : Wells, H. S. Rob-. erts, H. W. Savage, .Alfred Searcy, W. Carvosso. 11 United States Court.-The sample of Dur ham long-cut smokjnE tobacco, for pipe and < P-1uR.rP.tte, from the of Messrs. W. T tical the competitors. It is made from bright North Carolina leaf, it is carefully and neatly packed, of keeping quality, and of mild and delicious aroma. We place it in special first order of merit, deserving a gold medal." enj at home, the winning of the only Gold Medal ever given at an .Australian exhibition is quite a matter of congratulation on the part of Messrs. FIRST .. ,_, .. TO STRIKE CARRIES OFF THE FL YIN'G. M dal ... G 0 LD THE TOBACCO DEPARTMENT. The Tobacco Exhibit has been about the first to get in position. The finishing touches were given it to-day, and it now stands in the Art Building one of the most beautiful and artistic. displays of tobacco and tobacco goods ever made in this country. It OCCU pies a conspicuous section of the northern end of the Art Building and receives marked from every visitor. The exhibit of Blackwell & Co. occupies the centre, with a frontage ,of forty feet, and is de cidedly the handsomest display of them all. In the centre stands a life-size plaster paris bull with a wreath of flowers about ,. 'his horns, and .. from his neck are suspended upon a blue ribbon the gold medals won by the tobacco -three of them taken within the last ten days, one in Cincinnati one in Chicago, and one at recent exposition in Australia. The display was arranged by Major T. H. Blacknall, the gen-' eral Southern agent of the firm, and he has displayed no smalP amount of judgment in the arrangement of the exhibit. At each end a tobacco plant in full bloom, planted in a large vase, rests, and attracts much atten The plants are from the gold-belt region of North Caro lina. About midway between the bull and the tobacco plants are large, silver-mounted obelisk cases on marble pedestals filled with granulated toba. cco. Next to these are pyramids of cigarettes on revolving pedestals. Two windows that come in at in convenient places are utilized in a happy manner. One has upon it four pictures represent-; ing the growth of the The first is a small, one-story building, that used in 1866; in the front is the bull. Next is the building of 1870, two stories h.. The third is the four-story buildmg of 1876. and the last is six-story building, With 1ts 685 feet of frontage in which 1,300 employees are The other window represents the fo c inents in which the to baocos are sold: America, Europe, Asia and Africa. lambrequins add to the effect. The whole is enclosed A llS ralian by a t railing with tasty gates, on wh1ch the bull figures conspicuously. Within the encl osure are pyramids of cigarettes tobacco and kindred goqds are in this display more than 3,000;000 cigarettes and more than 10,000 lbs. of tobacco including 15,000 packages of king tobacco. About a hundred bronze bulls arid a large number of elegant advertising pictures are worked in and add to the dis play, making a striking picture

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THE TOBACCO LEAF. OCT. 29 Tlie on.ly Reliable and Btanda;rd Brands of Gigarettas an d Tobacco. Pure and Genui Pioneer Cigaret:te Manufacturers of Anierica! CAPORAL, ST. JAMES, ENTRENOUS, c CAUTION TO S:M:OKERS. Owing to the numerous humbug patented substitutes need in preparing cheap paper. we feel the importance of calling public attention to our wrappers, which are made of the .. FINES1' NATURAL RICE PAPER, universally known to be the best; free from shellac, arsenic, and other deleterious drugs, which are re quired to render saliva-proof and toughen inferior paper. f p c A careful exammatwn o our ap6r and will satisfy all of the great merits claimed. Examine each Cigarette and. see that evety one bears KINNEY BROS.' fac-simile sip;nature. BUY NO OTHER. OAPORAL l-2, ST. JAMES 1-2, AMBASSADOB, SWEET CAPORAL. CORK MOUTHPIECE. Unsurpassed for cleanliness, econemy and conveni ence. The soft fee lin g of the cork between t h e teeth makes this the most desirable and pleasant mouth piece, besides absorbiug the nicotino and rendering a cooling sensatio n to the s m oke. Same tobacco as the renowned Sweet Caporal Cigarettes, ABSOLUTELY PUHE. 1'he Caporal, Caporal )1 and V e t eran Cork Mouth piece Cigarettes are now ready. .. SWEET CAPORAL, MATINEE, UNION, OLUB, En.a::a::n.e11ed EJ:n.ds. Tbe lip-ends of these Cigare t tes ate impervious to moisture, thus enabling the smoker to consume them without mutilating the paper in the mouth. Made from the finest selected bright Virginia. Mild and Sweet. Guaranteed Pure. SPORT, "zETy-= "1\.Tn VETERAN, ftC. SIIOKINP TOBACCOS. aD.cl. "Ve'te:ra21. Owing to our large sale of theHe Tobaccos, we have made an addition to our factory, which enables us to supply the incre!U!ing demand. We would recommend the trade who have not here-. tofore handled these two brands of Smoking Tobacco to a trial. They are of the highest grade, and wtll gtve the smoker satisfaction in every inslallee as we believe they are the best articles ever put on mal"ket. I Street, Kew Yorll ... L or. r lao.e, Ko. 4!La lecond Biatrtct 723

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OCT. 29 'i' H E T 0 B A C C 0 L E A 1'G. W. GAIL & Packers of Seed Leaf AND IMPORTERS OF Take One Every Hour. THE C:J:G.A.B,. The Finest and Bast Cigar in tile 8. S. FOB TBlli MONEY. HAVANA TOBACCO CARL UPMANN, omo., l'l8 P:L.A.JU. 'I'. 1'V w JOSEPH A. VEGA. JACOB BERNHEIM. VEGA & BERNHEIM, Packer an.d. HAVANA 18'7 SITlE'I.EET. :N'E'VVG 'FOJE'I.:S:.. .lSI'<>. ::1..6 :E:E.A. 'V .A..:J!IiTA .. I ToDla VaDe. F. GA BRO. & GG., ---- Circulate' s as freely and Is as well known as the N:Y. Heralcl. Jly Ulllllllmoua Ooalent ProllOUDCII! THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. EJpeclaily Suitable for Drugglsta. Importers of LOaf T ObBCCo, of FINE 16'7VV.A.TEFI.. VV"YC>Fl.:K.. TOBACCO_ LOZANO, PENDAS a CO., selected in a ..;...._ ___ X:Doii::PC>JE'I.TEI:R.& C>F' I -..&N'D SU:J:TA..BLE FOR. J Brand. Manufacturers of' Fine Cigars. II: llARK. -v-.a. N" .a. To :a .a. o o o_ BOB BTJE'I.:IDEIT. :N':I!I'VV' ""J!""C>lE'I.:a::. -_ _.. HYDROITE _f!) .A. :a.e'V!T ":E''bacc<> 4ru.: .....vha.'t Trade :n.eed.Z I Fb-C.t, Plq and X..f Tobacco and Cigaro Moist, and prevents lllolding; is perfectly Taste J.a, -a donot ..._t flavor of the Tobacco in any way. In using it, th&re is no interference with tlle proce of Manufacturing, o.nd Tobacco CBD be prepared as usual. We have duplicate oraer from tho who have noer.k.. I LOIJI_ S ....... IN, & SIEBER, ) U .NIJP OP FINE. CIG.NRS -=. S:ANn DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, te, 18 & 10 Seventb St., i 6 Hall Pl., (Jeflpeon=: .. .., New York. or :tiDe.ACtprs ., -li88f -<.&GEifT,) 'V.._, AJID BUOCDIBOB TO -TOBACCO and CIGARETTE BUSINESS. BIOKIIG ad all other rau formerly LIQUORICE PASTE! TAThe uride'*'gneCI eontlnues to a",;d tmpOrf panlsh and Turkleh LlquortC. Paste, whloh he offere tot th Trade at Recluoed Prloes. Manufacturers will It to their Interest to appiJ to him before purchaelna ...., where. ---- ::PJR.:Eo:ma _____ ,_.:_ -"P&Olfel'. commwfilOn Xercliiiit.-.um WBOLI:84I& DtiLIIB llf P.--iriBL'WBLL, "F. B. BB:.t:(JJ[ETT9 P. G. WB8, "EL BlfAlmEN r.& To c C ii. oo :sa.e>...a.JCl or:J1U!IIliii'T', P .. &MJ' No, 8, 5tlliH .. rlel, .111-. A JOURNAL 01" Trade, and THis J OllltljAL coven a groomd the ext.nt ot occupied by 11.0 other publication, and forms u WC@'k of reference to the merchant and manufacturer. ... R.Ecut.Alt AND TRtiSTWOR:TltY .... Dished by experts, exp=ly for this joumal, fh>m illl doe principal trade centres of this eouatry, it cmKac:ei ia 1.. columns. THB coNDITION .u.m PROS9C'rs of the vaDops .,. cudUJiy =onled, and the poosibilitics and ties for trade are demoostrated as by no other m.6um. ex laaL QiT .. STIONI OF OOIIIIEilCL\). pl'rKUST .. :lii l ""' iUIIy and ably di""'..ed .,. or the mott wri&wl dot&me. T'nE BtiSIHl
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8 II J B. PACE'S.CEttBRATED Bright Twists, Cable Goil, QGBT PRESSED, and other Fancy Styles. Also Fine Bright Navy, of all shapes. .a ------Slol.e .A.c;e:n.1: :Cor ... Jno. W. Carroll's celebrated brands, LONE JACK,' 'BROWN DICK,' Etc. Etc. VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGEN.CY, Eta. bl.:lahed 1888. :D' A.B. 1W. G.A.R.:J:XN'E:E& COMMISSION MERCHANT, '74. Pro:nt Street, N'e"gV Y"ork. :BXPOBT ORDERS FOB PliUG TOB.&CCO 'Y'II 'p. ::EL s:Ja,r:ra.ztn &, Ce>., 9U, 92 & 94 GRAVIER ST., cor. Magazine, NEW ORLEANS, LA. JJIIPOBTEBS .&ND M,A.NliF.&CTllBEBS OF uHAV.ANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Sole Acenls for ST, JAMES PERIOUE, in Carrots and Cut. .. Cl!T. (lBNTENNUL ,.-DE ClJT,TOBACCJO, .&ND ,., IN TOB.&CCO, r ., ClO!fi!IIGNMENTS ru. W 1\ff '74. Jlf"ro:u:t Street. N e"VV Y"or.k., lately oecupied by BULKLEY & KOORE, DEALER IN PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCO, Ta.:::.:.Pa:ld a:a.d :ror E:::.:.por't. eRDEBS FILLED PBOliiPTL Y FBOJ'II: STOBB 0& ... .&(JT9BY. ..,,.::!:.Ac-t for the .Juatl:r Celebratecl Braaci. 11 "SENATOR" IN PLUG AND OUT CAVENDISH. J os. H D. 8.&.cK.ETI' Mooa&, GJlUi RIE & co.,. l'ACL CALVI. TOBAC.!JO LEAF. OCT. 29 4Lm uuoan11.s or HAVANA CIGARS & LEAF TOBACCO o 180 Pearl Street, New York: HA:V ANA LEA, F TOBAC0 And. F:I:NE C:I:G-A.R.S l'ROl'RlETOR OF THE BRANDS: '"Nann:Le'' an.d. ''::M::I. N'on.a,'' No. 86 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. I'RJBD:MAN, UIPOB'I'EB. 0111' J,Uez. Fries & Bros., IIAXlJPACT11BER8 01' Cigar Flavor,. 92 Reade St. New York; '6, '8 'aad 50 EAST SECOND STREET, cilfciJrNATI, OHIO. Sl:n1al.l.et :Bo't'tl.e, .D. Sle:nt c. <>. :J:). B.A.!fli .. .&CTllBEB 0 .. O .igar Boxes, No. 472 CRAND STREET, NEW YORK. 191> 2cl A ... -... D .... 6th [ROOM at :PRris.] NEW YORX. (:.IUI'l'_.'Y &AL0N, BAU*OW JIERMAB &AU*ON, Gustav Salomon & Bros., :WPORTJ:IIS O F SPA.N':I:S:S::, Alld Dealenln all Xlnda of SEED LEAF TOBAGCp, Pearl St., Ne!!. v ''ric. M. Oppenheime;,-Dealer Ia Leaf Tobacco, 138 Water St., New York. Ch&s. F. Tag & Son. J.IIPORTKRS OF SPA.N:I:B:O: And Dealers in all kinds of LEAF TOBACCO, 184 Front St., New lor. E. M. CRAWFORD & SON. llil'GRTER8 AND DE.u.ERII nJ SIMO!.N leaf Tobacco ._ MANUFA!ITURER O!i: Cigar Boxes -ANDM. H. LEVIN, SHOW FIGURES. IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN IMPORTER Of' HAYAJUL, SPANISH CICAR RIBBONS, ANDDIW:..ERINALLKINDSW Ger .. n Leaf TobaCCO, T o BACCO 179 and 181 Lewis St., New York. ALL KINDS OF FIGURES COTTO oRDER AND 162 Pearl Street, New York. REPAIRED IN THE BEST STYLE. The Trade 181-u.ppl.:led HAVANA S. OR.G-LEB., lllana.llaetarer ot 2 0 3 Pear 1 Street, New York. NEUMAN & DtNGLINGER, :GENERAL LITHOGRAPHERS FINE CIGARS, .a.a Dealer Ia LEAF TOBACCO. 2261'ront Str!'et, New THOMPSON, MOQRE & CO., Tobaccos. for El!pon, Bli.Ett, S ,OF TOBACCO for EXPORT 83 FRoNT sTREET GEO BELlYIB, 'Jile.:zioaa &: Central American Ports and other mar-Jteta.. ;roBACCO PACKED IN B;OGSHEADS o(l<) ( .. ::EJ.ra:a.ch'e: & W. Dtcker.un, corner or Arch and Wate r Streeta, PhlladclphJa, Pa.; aear:r (l'o..,-ll l'f; Qaeen & ChetoCJI.a"l; aad 28 N. Charlotte Sto,, Lancaoter, Carl, Hatfteld, Mu.Jr.; Edward A..uattu, Sudleld, ()onn.; A.. II. A.tllerton, t 7G State Street, HartfOrd, 41oun.; 1 -r"J' Gro .. e, 19 E. 4th St., DaJ'&oa1 Glal9-J lUichae l Zwick.er, 'l.W"la. -or Bade-River R. R. Depot, St. Jolan' Park; 'I and 76 ar-u:wicl Street; to 188 P-rl Street; aad U2 Water Street. O=co. 1-&8. 'm7..a.1fU."....Iiilt. SN'o"gV -v'ork. I P. w. Conklin. .& .&.. Hunt. C C. Hamilton & Co.,. -.TOBACCO INS ECTORS, An. d. 0:1. 'ty 'VV e:l.gl::l.ers. WAREH!JUSE:-NOII. 125 and 12'1 FRONT STREET. C>:fft.oe, 1'70 "'V'a.er 1!!11:., N'eVEr York. COUNTRY SAMPLINC PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. AGENT8t-B. F. HURLBURT, llartt&n!, Conn., I M State St.; H. R. TROST, Lancaster ra.., 153 North Queen St.; J. R. ANDERSON, Philadelphia, Pa.1 W. W. HALES, Dayton, 0., St ; W. W. HALES, 0., !t Front St.; W, H. LOVELL, Elmira, N. Y. BENSEL & CO., INSPHGTORSI STREET, .BEW YO:aK. SYR\. CUSE IIRANCH .......... G. P. Hier&Co. -BALTIMORE BRANCH .. E. Wischmeyer & Co. BDGE_ RTON (Wis.) BRANCH, /?omero;r &; l'elto'1 l CHA' S FINKE&CQ TOBACCO INSPECTORS, ST., NEW YORK. COUNTRY SAJIIPLING PROMPTI.Y 4T'I'ENDED TO. t Laneaater, Pa., Branehr-F. CUNIUNGRAM.141 N. Queell St. CSmith's C igar Store. ) ()onnec"UC-UtB.raoeht-H. B. OLMSTED, East Hartford, Con n .-Edgerlon, Wts., R. Bentley. Saeeeuor te .&PPLEBY & HELIIIE, o:r' 'the E.llU.OMON. -AND IMPORTERS 0:;'-. 86 X....A.N'E, N'E-.gv FIRST PRIZE l'IIED.&L. c.A.R.L Y.IENl'IA EXHIBITION, 11.871. JUNUFAC"l'URER OJ' MHHRSGHAUI and AlBER AND Dll'ORTER OF French Briar PiDBS and other smoters' Articles, G.t N' e"gV "'2"' ork. And VIENNA, .&USTBIL W'" Send for Catalogue and Price-List, as I have no travelling salesmen. FANCY SMOKING -IN-BRIER.; AND 'FANCY WOODS 1 MANUFACTURED BY DAR. VEY a FORD, -392 'BROADWAY, NEW TORX. F.&CTOBY!:..LEDQEB PHILADELPHb. every Plug. OF::r:EO:JII8: BOSTON: 31 Central Street CINCINNATI: 69 West Second Street; CHICACO 1 9 Wabash Avenue ; SAN FRANqiSCO :.t316 Battery Street 1 PHILADELPHIA: 39 North Front treet N. W. cor. PEARL and ELM STREETS, NEW YORK. I 85 MURRAY ST., JiEW YORX. M:r .Brandau-" CUBA LIBaJI,''-"CLIMAX. H. KOENIG & CO. 'WBO!"ESLJ: DEALERS IN ,. UVANA AID SBBB LUF and Tobacco Labols ann Show Gards a suocialtr. j Enw .. as nosx.NwA-Lo, lu..\c RosENW.u.o, .HE.Nav Roa.Dw.u.n, s1aMlJ:No RosENWJ .LD. TOB.A.oco. I I 226 PEARL ST., NEW YORK. E. ALD & BRO. Depota.ndApnoy & of Tobacco I 1415 WATER S .TREET, NEW YORK. &. i. &AIL &!X, J OS S. GANS. MAX. GANS. MEYER ROSENTHAL. BRDS. & ROSENTHAL, Tobacco, LO_ B ,ENS-TEIN-; Packer o1 Do:n:1ea't:l.o, -AND DEALER IN.. ... r r c. rie ,,c; Maccabay, Rappee, SctJtclr, America-R Gentleman, luntlyfollt. 'V!EaO::bst!E:.a. Viz: PRINCE ALBE:::tT, COLORADO, UNCLE TOM, NAVY OLIPP:l!fGI, BLACK TOH, IRONSIDES, A. & H. "WOAD MIU ... I'aJBCB AT.IIIIlJI.T, GO'DLUI, DoD BJO][O&T. II. 133 WATER and 85 PINE. STREETS, Kew York. lrOB PRICB LIST &DDBESS OR .&PPI.Y .&I ABOVE. 254 256 Caul Bt,cer.EIIJetiill. WISE & BEND HElM, Agts. Seed. Lea6 PI : -: Q .... a eo. R t; ID TRADE I!ARX. e U'TWATER S'r,WEW

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I O'ITDBEBG S. 9TTENBERG & BROS., FINE CIGARS, Nos. 26R & 264 bowery, a--.-.. ALG. .......... ._... E. S .. P,..,IN-GARN &Co. HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO &. CIGARS, itiGiifilli8 "S":JR.:81:81T, JSr:pi'Qii'" Y"OR.:&;:. ')"W A V .A.J:Iq A., -PAOIIDI ot' SEfl) LEAF TOBACCO, & BurlinJ SHp, w!': .. New York. -JAMES BRUSSEL'& co I I GABS,. 309 E. Fifty-Ninth St. New York. JAIID BBU8SEL---..L LlCH'lliNl!'JIWI. 1611 Water St., New York. Basch & Fischer, IMPORTERS OF HAVANA SEED LEAF TOBACCO, IBB WATER STREET, KearXaldenLallll NEW YORK. 1!. ROSSIN M.. ROSSIN. S. ROSSIN & SONS. Ci!ar lannfacturer & Dealer In Leaf Jew York. NB UCH & BR W111. C. Do-wer. Wn>. Bawlla.., :Sr.1 WILLIAM' C. BOWERS & CO"' Dealer. lu the 1"ollow1D& Special llraaol or FINE DOMESTIC CIGARS, "Bowers," "Old Man," "Impudence." P"U.re l "'gV'o11 :aacl.o l No. 70 PINE STREET, NEW YORK PACKERS OF seed Lea:r, .A.ND UlPORTEBS OF HAVANA TOBACCO, JHE & PETERS MANUFACTURING 173 Water St., New York. L & G.. FRIEND & 00., 'CB.EASELESS 'vEB.TioAL:N:D"ToP:TlN-LINEu AND FLANGE TOP CIGAB. MOLDS, CIGAR SHAPERS, ac . yll Deal.,. Ia LEAf i'OB.lCCO, I SIP Mll14en Lane. Gus FotoND, NEW YORK. ltDWAilD FRIBND1 )&.1 l.lt0N.A1t0 P'WI.JII). G. I'ERNAJQJEZ, ........ Q BIV!H! LHAF TOB!CGQ .A.l!lrX: !!!! Pearl Street, New 'fork. .L.l L. NEWGASS, I .I",UIEjl &LL :&INJ)S () SEED LEAF TOBAGC{), NEW MILF'ORD, 00Nl!G"EIOT%0VT. STEa NECB:J; fiNE CIGARS, t31 Water Stre t, Yqrk. LEERET &'BLASDEL MANVIIAC"I'U&&li.S Of Cip.r. So sea l68-170 E. Wafer St., Syracuse, N. Y. I I t : I+-; A.. PFcRSON, RARRIW;A. & 00., :..---.&-.ADJ Tobacco agpng, JliiJT&TIO!f .. &I'IIIB &lfD Lll'fEK P&NCY STRIPE8-FOB. PUTTING 1J&" se:&JNG o&G"7 elb as Broome s-.ree-t, :No"'I!I'V ,; l't .BROAD ST., :NEW YORK, Pa,.. p&J'Iicular to tho Negoli&tlon of Exchauge and LoaDs. ExecnteB' Orders tor the Purehase and Sale or Calilomla and Nevada. )lfning Stock In the 8a.D Francisco Stock Eicha.a:tge,. \ I l j Havana Cigar Manufactory'. Brands: "Cortina, Moray Ca.J" u Flor De Cortina," .. Estella" and "Shakespeare." "V-u.e1"ta .A.bajo S"tan.cl.ard. E:Ec1-ua:l-ve1y. F .RANCISCO G. CORTINA, E:re11a. 184, :13:a:va.n.a, Ou.ba.. Havana Cigar G Manufactory. I Brands: Stanley,' ,' La Perfecclon; La Cuerra bella, 'Aurora' Napoleon.' Vlrl:LTA ABAJO STANDABD EXCLUSIVELY. RUDESINDD CUEVAS & CO., lll4a.1oja. as, :Ka'ITa:n.a, 0-u.laia. LA FtOH DB J. S c MUBIAS & EO MANUfACTURER OF FINE etms, s ... JBI"O. .. Sole :Manufacturer of the F ous and llraDda Iii VIRCINIA SMOKINC TOBACCOS, !LONE JA
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' i -... "1' Eft eX fl.1'& :BB,O&., P.lBkws,-Commission Mer hants, ud Wholesale Dealers in Jt. LEAF". IDBACCO, 17' NORTH THIRD &TREIIT, PHILADELPHIA. W .. EISENLOHR & COr, fACitli:RoS AND WHOU:SAI;E DEALERS IN ,;..&.r oBAcc-o, -'2:XS &1. "'V'Va:te"'i,. ._ lt;,, Pl:::L:I.l.ad.e.J.:Pb.1.a. l'liiL. OONN. Packers and Dealers In TOB.A.,CCO, tEWIS BREMER'S SONS, Wholesale Dealers i:t 'LEAF" AND JUNUFACTURED TOBACCO, NO. 322 NORTH THIRD smEET, PHILADELPHIA 8'A laiJte assortment of a:ll kinds of LEAF Toucco constantly on hand .J!!I & SMITH, Pa.Ckers, Cqm"dllifl1 & Dea.lers fD SEED LEAF tc HAVANA TOBACCO No. 35 Nort)t Philadelphia. And $114 STATE STREET HARTFOR CONN. "'0'. 1!:1. SCIIU.d TCilp CIGAR MOULD MANUFACT'G CO. Cor. Rit[e 1 Korth Calle[e Ave's, Philade!Dhia, Pa Is no,. ret&lllng 118 dltl'erent shapes and sl.ze., from tbe !aetory. at greatly reduced pricef!. Every mould warranted uniform. It aize pur chased be not suft.able, it will be e:'t:cha.nged or money returned. Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction to the trode. The only medal and diploma. awarded at the Cent.enntal was eo tbe V. S.,. Solid 'I"op Mould. Otti.cial documents cnn be seen at the office, corner RJdge and North Col lege Avenues. [J, S. SOLID .roP CIG,\.K noULD CO. A fnll otock with H. WATTEYNE, 216 Pearl St"., New York. Sole Agent. -' .M.E.McDowell& Co. 39 NORTH WATER STREET, PHILADELPHIA, LOTTIER'S Pa.pe:r Tag Tc::ba.cce> -AND-W.l. & CO.'S Geza.'U:I.D.e llli:a;LoJsin Tobaooo, Jew:Yirt Boltet, Plttnurth; Chicaa:o, st. LoUiS _and Cineinnan. 6_ .... ......, llelljiLIDln Labe, Jaeph. Lc::.eb &, 0., PA.CIEBS AKD DEALERS IN Tobacco, Ro. Ill North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA, -W.reho-e-121"1 !Rorila W'ater St., PA.JL\NUFACTUREBS OF THE fl' PostaJ Card" Cigars. F. X. KELLY, Jr.,' HAPPY THOUGHT THE TOBACCO LEAF. OUT. 9.v .A.. BOYD & CO., Illl[pQATE:b A.1m DOKES'l'IO Tobacco Fertilizer. PREPARED_OF PERUVIAN GUANO & DISSOLVED ANIMAL BONE. At Lowest Prices by LORENTZ & RITTLER. Chemical and Super Phosphate Fa.::tory, Baltimore; Md. -JOHN BEHR'ENS & CO., &ooco., Seed Leaf coiitssloN &DRGH1NTs DEALERS IN HAVANA TOBACCO, E. ., .. No. 20 Water Street, :D4d.. C R.:JD. f!lr Leaf Tobacco Pressed In Bales a Specialty. DRESEL, RA 'U'SCHENBERG &; CO., TOBACCO SHIPPING & COMMISSIO M COMMISSION MERCHANT 48 .and 48 St. Oharlee at., LW.-r.lo ....... ,......_.. .. 29 Sed Bar IIHIore, K We hl.tle tile atteattea of lfntlfachaTel'll to eer Stock of DARK: RB-IWEA.TED WRAP PICBI,-'b(whkh we make a Specialty. r RUDOLPH HENSCHEN, f DanuCaeta.rer or CIGAR BOXES 338 & :UO S. SHARl" ST., The foDowlrur....,ourAicentaforthesaleof our MANUFACTURED GOODS:-G. W. VAN ALSTINE. iCentral Wharf, Boston, l:faM.; P. CAVANAGH, 41 and ":l Watuh A\euue, Chicago, Ill. ; A HAGEN CO., 68 N. Front Street, Philade Pa.: N. H. CHRISTIAN, Galveston, Tex.; W. E. TIN() 13 est Second Street, Cincinnati, 0.; W, REULh'lO, ll!2 Montgomery Street, Sao Francisco. Cnl. CONES, lndla.r..apotls, Ind.; W.R HOFF,SouthaJJd Wa.terStreets. Baltimore. Md.; COOPER&: CO., cor. Madison a.ad Front Streets, Memphis, Tellll.; .. W G. ADA.J.'US, 'l Water Streer, New Yorki S. Q. sEVIER, New Orleans, La, .:. Western Adverilsements. MISCELLANEOUS ADmTISEIENTS THEO. J :UcGOWAN, ESTABLISHED J 882. R. C. i!LISS Senior Partner of late !reGowaa llnlo. s-za -.. & iC-. ..,. ....._ Tc::"ba,cc :LW:a,eb'i'Qery. HINSDALE SMITH & CO., .A.N PU:M:P 00., ....... Jao.l-JUNUFACTURERS OF P.6.0ltEIIB .tJm .lOIIBI:IIa 01' Plug Tobacco Machlnery, 'Hydraulic Pumps, Double End rtonnocttcnt sood-lao'To"n"CO Presses, Wringers, LicOrice U UU Ill IHlb :cry HAVANA, ::0 ..-:r., OJE:JNI"O%_._.:&.T:E. C>. 11, U a.ss .._ ... liT,, '" 'W. GED. F. Si)i R. MEIER & co.. '!:vAll A ciNCINNATI,.D. Connecticut Ssed Leaf [EA.F BAGCO. ( __LL. s .. 'N TY qJ(f'l't( ( TTE.S Y. Jbn ::E"j:nze:r &.. Brs., MANl!F.A.(ITIJJIEIIS OF FIYe Brothera IGOZ Ponndo, LoDft J-ohn 9o, Bright and Hlaek.1. Old liCent Plq, III.Dd all other Popular Style of F'lne N.avy Tobaeeo, ; Steam Cigar-Box Fact:ory. The !.:A the West. 1 CapMit., IU;,OOO Boxeo per Week. B" SUBERT, WHOLESALE Dl.ALER I:N :a= .A. v .A. N' .A. -.LKD-DODSTIC LEAF TOBACCO East Randolph St., CHICAGO, ILL. GEO. B. BARNES, CONN. SEED LEAE -ANDConn. Havana Tobacco. Warehouae Poiat, COJUleott.nlt _..,.,__ 115 Water Street, New York Cicy, C. 0. HOLYOKE, '\\'.boJeaale Deale-' Ia Western. Leaf T obareo AFRICAN SHIPPERS A SPECIAL H. Aho Manufacturer of the Veneered Cedar Lumber, Sam.ple furnished on Application. Send for P"""'LU.t. 12 Central Wharf, Boston. .&. OJ.U -Llne oC La.belll, and kepi contautly on han4 &I J.Jaanufaeturer&' Prke. ... Tobacco Cnring 11nd Sweating, (Under C. S, PHILIPS' Pa&enta.) -The only Suecessful Proceaa In KNIGHT & CO., MANOFAC'TURERS OF CIGAR BOX LABEbS AND NOTICES. E. :M. FLACK, OBACC.D BROKER, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Dark Colors Cuaranteed. Poor burning Tobacco made good. Old and Dried out &OOda renovated a.ud pn,t Into order, Green, raw, ligbtcolored or unsweated cured and brought to dark colora. Steam Printers and Engravers: 1...,_ o. o:z:1\Tcx1\T1\T a. B. TriM. BaH, HoJiklmnue; 70 Main St., Cincinnati, 0. EIBY MEYER 1: CO.; COMMISSION MERCHANTS\ T::EI:EI Qneen Cigar Mannfactnring Co., Manufacturers of 0 X G-.A. Fl.&, And Deafen in LEAF TOBACCO, I L4 to 120 E. Pearl St., CINCJNNA.TI, (), MillER & HERSHEY., DEALEHS L'i AN];) P.\CKEP.S OY PENNSYLVANIA SEED LEAF TOBACCO, Aod Wbole1ale Dealus ia OHIO AND CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO, "" Be't'ter 'than. 'the "Bea't.'' "CHIC" Smoking Tobacco, of Fine Leaf. SAM'. B. SCOTT andKENO Ciprs. lllo lo MILLS, P Wl'l[, H. TEFT, Vlce-Prea, B.BNJ, 1!', &A.XTON, !lee, T. B. PuRYEAR,, B"'''YER. SCHAEFER & LYNCHBURC, VA., ... wan-a Oo., ..... York! llprM& .. eo.. Loul8vtlle, ... 1.& .. PRAGUE & MATSON, tEAF TOBAGGO BROIHRW --. BE-DBYEBS OP LEAr .A.XD "PL17GU 011 COXlDilli9N. 84 W. Front St., Cincinnati. JIBY .JWVUI!:-Oo-, B:w.; w......_B:L... J LADD. TOBACCO CO., LBAP TOBACCO BUYERS, No. 21 North Main Street, ., jBIT. X.OU:Z:&, 'W. A. BETHU, Leaf Tobacco Broker, 6 BROAD STREET, JAB. A. HHNDHllSON & DEALEBS IN VIrginia and "orth Carolina LEAF TOBACCO, Dan.'I7U1e. 'V" a. Smokers and Br!gbt Leaf a Speoialty. Orden SoAciled. Beference.: W. N, BbeUon. F. X.-.,_ C.li. B
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:LD'7 .,. TTJ:m:asr x...A.:LVE, N"EVV yomr. '1'1po '1'rD laoing demanded a Superior nd c.eaper Arllcle tban bil.herto uaed, thl.s C<>m. and offering for sale, LICOCCE asTE (u,uder &lie old ':a.otord" brand) ot a QUAU'l'Y .-At a PfP: whlch can hardly fi!A It a trijl Me Bitt .............. l ...,___.al m:";;i;lawarcled cor "ParltJ', Clleapne-. an4 General Excel lence of Itiaautaeture." ALSO II. tfr; :a. BRAJrD B'I'ICK LICORICE, ALL SIZES. WILL NOT SDCK TO :t'BE LIPS. .a OXG.&.B.EJTT,:aa. OPERA PU.t._..'I ...... 'S lj;,-C!p.rettee are lllade with the new A.IIIBEB prepared paper (Papler Ambre), a De,.. Mid nooel lnTenUoo, wblcb entirely rtllllovee the objeotlon 110 frequently urged ....... l'llper Cigarettes'. In 1moklng1 tbe A 111BB'R p_repared that io put In the mouth w L NOT sTicK TO m LIPS! -tbe-.tloeof :l!looiJDe ,.hlleomoJdn& or the spread. t.col'!'ll-and meltlncoftbe lllee .. -..red hm Clle petea-the llo1e IIIah& to .--tile PAPIEB. A __ tll_b....._ y.x .EN G:.'EM"X"EJR, BICB'aOXD, V.&. illewlarl: IUGUSTI & DUSEL II Warren St ... .....,.. Tobf.cco manufaclurers awl \he vaiie in are partieularly requested to elt amiDe and test the superior properties uf this LICORIUE 1Vhicb, being now broujrht to the highest perfectio n, Is offered u der tbeabove style of brand. WI! are alsoSOLE AGENTS for \he brawl F. C. & C. C., Ackn0110 ledged bJ coasumcr a to be \he _bet m the market. And fcrr the bta.ud of LtCQr .. ). S, (J-ANS' SON & Tobacco Brokers, 1 1 Water llew York. Il1lPOBTEB AND pEA.LEB IN C>N'EXD.A. TO:B.A.OOC> VVOR..:: OFFICEI-173 and ali& DUANE STR.EET, IIEW YORK. Manufacturer-s of CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO. GOLD COIN CHEWING TOBACCO Manufacturera of all Brands formerly MapufacturedbyThoe.H -&Co. --Idled K. C. BARKER & CO. To'ba.ooo --of llleOoi.-'A.merlcan Eagle 9 "CLIPPER, .. "DEW DROP," .._.. ..._ eC lii'DIB-CJUT. --'OimtRBAJ. 'F!VOBIH,' 'FA II.' 01c1. ....,. __ GndMuiii-.... lllt'l.amect Street wt.arn Tobacco ESTABLISHED 1776. 8'7 oJc>x.una::a:J:.a.. &TR.EET, JSI'EVV yoa.JEE.. PETER D COLLINS, President, O. II. AB.KENBUBGB & CO., OB' TRADE and Inlaid" Fine-Cut Chewing I and Smoking Tobaceo, Cigarettes and Snutr. 400 11nd 404 PEARL STREET, l'IEW YORK. -1. .. Special A.cent.. 1DII::PB.O V ::aLD :P.&.TEJ:N'T OBACCO GB.ANULATING :IIACJIIN5. 8o:a:Le't'b1"' .oor.--a.:a.d :Per:f'eo't. OFFICE: Addreos-102 .JOHN STREET, P. 0. Bo:oms. NEW TOJ\J[, Const.a.?tly on hand the Best Improved Machinery for CUTTil'{G, GRANULATING A3D SIEVING TOBACCO BY! HAKD OR PO'IVER. A. 1RI1te JUiet-y ot for Cig.a.r MRnufa,c.. turtW'fol, tiUCt,i n!-t for C utt. !JilC nnd Havana and fillers!orCigara, Steml:toUera, Cigarette l!achioes, Oh.e-vv a.:a.d &:a:a.ol&.e A. CO.'S Nayy Tobacco In c Gnstruetinc this Machine I kept the three following points princlpn.IJy in view, which have always old-style machines, viz.<;j 1 J. To rid P