Written h>r tlio tl|
Thb Introduction of tobacco Into tho
Kaatcrn hentliphero in oxooodingly
doubtful o> to Its date and orogio. In
U9i Columbui discovered tho people
of Cuba, Inhaling the vapors of tho
plants for which that Island la still
Justly celebrated. In 1659 it svaa im
ported Into 8pa!u and Portugal by
Hernandez Iolcdo. In 1680 Joan
Nloot, embassador In Portugal of
Francis tho First, of France In intro
duced'It Into his native country, and
presenting it to the Queen. Cilherlne
De Medici, it received the name of
the donor, which is still associated
with Itemodtclnal qualities. From
France tobacco was carried into Italy.
The first record of the practico of
smelting In England, Is in 1688.
Two names Drake and Raleigh
are put forward at Its founders. The
latter is most associated with it and
with superior claims. But allowing
Baleigh to have been the first to en
courage the use of tobacco In England,
it is doubtful he can have been the
drat Englishman who amokod in En
gland, as it teems Impossible that the
prentice should have been unknown,
when it had existed in Franco and
Spain twenty-elx years previously.
In 1616, the fields, gardens and oven
the pnhlio squares of Jamestown,
were planted with It, nnd It becamo
not only thcstapla but tho currency of
Virginia. Such has boon generally
considered tho early history of tho
prootlco of Smoking. But many
writers have been found to dlspnto
tho theory,and claim that tobacco was
s native of Europe, and was found
there long beforo the discovory of
America. King James the First, of
England, who In 1616, published his
"Couater-blaslc,” also inclines to thla
belief, declaring It to bo "a common
herb, which under difi'erent names,
grows almost ovorywhere.” Others
have restored it toAnerlca.but bcllcv-
eflthat the winds had horns the seed to
Europe, prior to tho discovery of the
TThlleso ranchJias been written to
prove.the old world to bo Indebted to
' the new, for the practico of smoking,
there are many reasons for believing
it to bare been known at a much ear
lier porlodto tho Chinese, to the Per
sians and to the people of other Eas
In China, tho consumption of tobac
co is enormous, and the custom of
great antiquity. The Chlnose tobacco
plant is said to grow wild In India,
and to bo quite different from the
American species.' Moyen, informs
us that on very old sculptures, In Chi
na, ho has observed tobacco-pipes of
tho form, still (n use. JValpolo speaks
of an old Arsbio manuscript at Hosnl,
in which the author declares tlmtNIm-
rod was a smoker.
The Mahomedan legend on tho ori
gin of tobacco Is, that a viper was re
stored to health byjthe warmth of the
prophets body, nud Immediately an
nounced bis lntontion of biting his
preserver. The prophet objected but
the viper carried out Ills original de
sign. The prophot sucked tho poison
from Ills wounded limb and spat it
forth. “From these drops sprang tint
wondrous weed which has the bit
terness of the serpent’s tooth, quelled
by tho swoot saliva of the prophet,”
Bnt whatever the origin of tobacco,
no plant has axerclscd so much politi
cal influence. The Fopo Urban VIII
•xcotomnnicatod all those who took
annff in churches. The Empress Eliz
abeth, less Bevere, decreed that tho
•nufl'boxes of those who made usoof
them in church, should bo confiscated
to the usoof the beadle. AtBcrno,tko
use of tobacco wae classified with ai-
utery. In Transyvania, tho penalty
was fhr greater; In 1639 entire con
fiscation of property was the sentence
'of those who should plant tobacco,
while consumers wero condemned to
fines, varying In amounts, from one to
two hundred dollars If reduced to
United States currenoy. Tho Grand
Duke of Muscovy, uuder the penalty
of the nose being cut off, forbade
smoking and snnff-taklng. In 1665,
the Sultan Ibrahim, pnnlsbod smokers
with decapitation. Amurath hung
persons guilty of smoking,with their
pipes through their noses,and a tobac
co pouch hanging around their necks
To ur. Connwan.
Wjumixorox, 1), Oakland) 33rd. H77.
Are wo to loot# a “policy 7" Thu fir,,
official act ol Ur. Hayes, \nu taken, howour
tt may have 'wn made a , a dtllburute turn,
log of the cold should irou Ihestoek politi
cians of the Republican party. In Ills Cab
inet were thnao Orttly >ueu of Rend, only
nuerodtoalreiinblieen;it was made up, or!
supposed to be. of conservative men. View,!
In the light of the loiter |f nceeplm ce.
strenghfeued by tho IiiAUgurni nl.ir.w, tin
Cabinet seemed to tud'eate a disp,-*iiio.i «t.
the put of tbo iv.-tuy Traiilo-i in tin, chi
policy independent el' the avc-ugu p,un
politician. It was fuir In s* pnose lb
.fete of fouth Car. 1 un inn
and Louisiana, King tbo o.ly o.ien in siih-i.
a republican form of goreruneut it'iren.
axiet, would reedve airly nllcutinu. and Unit
some assurance would be given to their peo
ple that ut least, the federal power veil'd no
longer interfere between tleiu, nnd pence ami
good order and home government they de-
tiro. Bnt np to tale time we find no decisive
step taken, and no nseumnee given to on.
side that is not offset by n premise lo the
other. The truth stetm to be that Hay«
bad no clear ideas of his own et first, nnd he,
none now, nnd that he It afntid both o' trust'
ing end offending the two wings of his parly
If he does not let thtugs drift for a long time
toooueit will apparently be because impe
tus it given him that he hue not force euougo
But he con advertise for n policy, soirc-
ihiug like this wnv id be neat:
. Must bo n compromise policy. No bids
received from conslitlilfonnl lawyirs.
bids will be passed upon by n oouvvutiou of
seven persons who have been selected lev ib.
purcoee, nnd wb>< were mver known in
agree upon anything. Apply wiihln fnm
jam. Andress It. B. II, Washington, jj c,
At the Cabinet meeting yesterd.i} l we linve
O’ ear two a day now) the plan of n Bmuhtiru
Commission was dlscnssed and adopted
Men me to be eent Foiith to Unit out tin- no
inwardness ot nilai-s in Month Cnvo.lnn nnd
Louisians. If I romenib-r righiiy li e same
Ihing hns been done bsf-rj. nud rolouiiittsh
have investigated—''he reports have
made and priuted- The one glorious oppor.
tenity to use tire knowledge wo ilv.auly have
et theeeitites was when the m-lien. of tne
adminislmtion voted—eight to esvan—ti »t
avo it. Tltc nrw coram.sslon is a fever, nud
nothing but a Ctroo. If ll reports In ncaird-
once with the idiot wliiob happens to no up.
poimoet at the tune in ihe acting Prejidont'
head, end nobody else is oy to suggest unnther
tde , it may be acted on. Bat why may not
tho report be tu.de upbore and now, if to
report ie the reel object ot the Commission f
Ail the facts are heft-, and all lbs leaders can
ha bronght hero In t.iry-eight hours Tne
npparent object is not the rout object. Wh*l
is wonted is to evoke otty feeling that inn;
exist for the administration among Ihe op-
S reused eud despairing men of tho South.
uy display of enthusiasm down there will be
promptly rewarded, I doubt not
The Democratin mnjorhy in the House, it
hi thought, will be but tUrc*. and the Repub
licans will probably try to shut the sptnther-
ehip. Thry rely upon Democratic dissensions
to Be brougnt about hy ndminisinthoii influ.
enres. Unless nil signs fit.l; hnw.vrr, the
oplit will nut be It, that pirt). “I Moo'd .Inr
wtta sutain' hintin',” void the o 1 .r. ti brutinr
whose herd wan burned off ut o.ini|i-in«,!!u» t
but I didn't tiuk de Uru was nigh n.
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tbe people, as opposed to govtrmmut by
frouds in the bullobbox and ru :be c-.uuui g
of votes, cnforsed by taUilary violence, li
will eudeavt.r to «tjp..ly .t« readtre- a body
now not far from a miiliounf koiUk—with tbe
moit carefbl, complete, and tins.worthy ac
count of carront events, aud ail* emp oy J.-r
this purpose a nanurous niul oar. fully kdect-
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rights of tbo penplu ugiilritt the ern'toach-
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Tbe price o.' tbedui.y bDN will bo 63 ccu’h
a mouth or S6 hi) a year, post paid, i r ai«b
the Sunday edition $f.70 u year.
The Sunday edition alone, eight png.-s ot
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Tne wbxxi.y Snx eight pages, of f»3 broad
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but by a istrfe torce • f intelligent working
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practice and obaervation. Snuh a Jonriml is
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cause started 35 years ago as a rural jot rual,
but since greatly nbulged and improved to
unit the da Jy (‘uatu cl ever* mnn,* woman,
and child in City. Country aud V.llage—for
the Farmer ami Unritcner, the Merchant and
MeoUiuio, t* e Prolersionnl Man—indecd. all
olitsies. it is packed tail of useful iclorma
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angle hum aud suggestion* w.ll repay nrorv
ibetu a whole year'll coat of the paper. Its
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nnprovmeuiH. with detnils of cost, etc., nnd
common-jense dircotinnH, are wir>ti far
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Humbugs andsaiudleH, are wor*h tur more
tlsu its cost, and have saved lo It* readers
aud to tbe c» m.try adlib u- of dollura that
v-oubl have gone ic o the bunds of shurpere.
The lJuputtim utB of HonMekue^re nnd ibil-
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t short. th* Ameiucan Aouicultup.u.t is full
of good tUngs, nod ought to bo in every
h«insj in Hie land. The cneulation is so
1 urge \Xu \ tin* 1’nbli .here nvb s**pv*‘.y it nt n
•It*above ‘in co>t nf tbe rrlntins i«\pci—
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-use ib r. quested to seud their .-.udrws to
Mth & Kobbini, and a trial bor of Ur. Goul-
ard’n iu/tdl'hle FUI’uwdetR Mill be koui t
them, by majt pent paid. IV.tr, These Pow
der* have been tested by h.iudreuds ol casts-
iti tbe Old World, and a perumneut cure bus
buca the roHnlt in every instance. Sjaffcr-r-.
from th.R disease nbould give those powders
«u (Wily trial, as its cntalive powers are won-
^erfni many ptivtnus having been op red by
a trial box alone.
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u.nil past pub 1 , to way iu.»cr«r lr»*»n th»
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'tunau tocurr or b uelit that u suht-. Price
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T he political oaupaion of mt.
which inolndcn National, .State and
county elections, nud which -wilt undoubted
ly be the most active aud hotly contested of
any since the memotablo canvass of 1860, it
now fairly opened. The National Democrat
ic Tarty will this year make a bold, vigor
ous. and doubtless successful moggie forth*
uiuintf nance nnd supremacy of those princi
ples which nro vital to tho prosperity of ths
Republic and essential lo the well-being of
In addition to the Presidential election, the
people in Go^rgia and Florida will elect new
Stato governments. In Florida the cam
paign promises in b» unusually vigorous,
ana there i* a probability that lor the first
time rImco the war the people of that Bad!-
ual-ridileu State will elect s Democratic Btatt
Government. In tbcoc campaigns the peo
ple of tho South are deeply interested; and
every Intelligent cltixcn, who has tlio welfare
of his couutrynnd In* section at heart, should
ncquiUnt hinnvelf with every delta}) of tbl
great work or redemption and reform that !i
row going On.
To this aud ho alioald subscribe to and _
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Iw editorial departmrnt ii'-igcrous, thought-
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^JetUAK*. Itu departmeut of Georgia and
florid* affairs is not confined to u mere bar-
roij snmm.iry ol eve nt* transpiring in those
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in eighteen), delivered ot forwarded imme
diately on receipt ot the nhaeripfirn.
Kerry article offered Ie ot lint quality, male-
ding books, any one worth tbe price of enb
scriptiun; Chromes from Celebrated pelnt-
-nge end equal to the originile, of large Hi*
and soiiabte for «tiy porter; Pocket Coox
Sroven; Stmtisi or dizsiCuxtiko, (this re
ceived the Highest Centennial Award;) SU-
vor-ploted tvaro of all kuda; Stationery,
Linen Marker, etc., ole.
We havelergeraud morevalnatloPremlame,
.nelndiun Books or ail kind,, Sn.vea.Fx,Ten
dm, limicxiT sxwa, boieioia, Srxuwa-
com, Qum, Tabu, OTmar, Ctocxa,
injosuiut Tjujucs, Flotzmo thOBmu,
ifMTimo kUcBixea, Once, Dnmxi and
l ex Hera* nnd numerous other deauable er-
doles ol which a full lint will he mrnlkhed
•n edpltcatlonofthe publliher,
W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
17 East 14tk Sxxxzl, N. T.- 1 -
Agrnla Bcquired everywhere- Send Cor
1EOBGIA—Taylox Covkzy :
-ia final rat urn, ftally ad
‘Ate, and tuakea application oi aisia—w.
roin tbe ndmin^tralfon of ,aaid cetate. AO I
person* concerned are therefore required to
show cuusb, if any they can, on or biefsre the
•irst Monday in June next, why sold appU*
nnr ahonld hot be dismbsed from arid Ad- t
uiiuiHtrotion. Given under my hand Ofli-J
olally. Thi* 12th, March 1877. ' 'Ma
JAMES D. BUSSriJr/ 1
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