Image from page 246 of “The industries of Louisville, Kentucky, and of New Albany, Indiana” (1886)

Image from page 246 of “The industries of Louisville, Kentucky, and of New Albany, Indiana” (1886)
Book Marketing
Identifier: industriesofloui00elst
Title: The industries of Louisville, Kentucky, and of New Albany, Indiana
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: [Elstner, Charles E.] [from old catalog]
Subjects: Industries Industries
Publisher: Louisville, Ky., J. M. Elstner & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

View Book Page: Book Viewer
About This Book: Catalog Entry
View All Images: All Images From Book

Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.

Text Appearing Before Image:
ugh a long line AND OF NKW ALBANY, INDIANA. >A of machinery and fittings of all kinds is Imilt to order in the be.^t style aiid of unsur-passed material. Of the miscellaneous goods made oi- handled by the firm the followingis a partial list, viz: Gas pipe and fittinscs, brass castings, steam and water gauges, ironand brass valves, Hancock inspirators, J]berman injectors, Babbitt metal, hemp and gumpacking, hose, cast and malleable fittings, fire brick, tile and clay, bolts and nuts, Daytoncam steam pumps, Judson governors, pig and sheet lead, copper, tin, asbestos packing,rubber belting, etc., all of the best makes and at as reasonable quotations as can be ob-tained anywhere. Mr. Hegewald is also connected with ISF. Zier & Co.s boiler works, and the firm offersspecial figures on this kind of work. Send (or catalogue and price list. CRESCENT CIGAR FACTORY—S IE VERS & SCHLOSSER, PRO-PRIETORS. Manufacturers of and Dealers In Cigars and Smoking Tobacco—No. 66 State Street.

Text Appearing After Image:
There is so much deception and humbug in the cigar trade that it is refreshing to findexceptions to the rule—to discover cigar manufacturers who recognize the principle of live and let live and decline to join in flooding the market with cheap and trashy imi-tations of famous brands or grind the faces of thi-ir operatives in the name of business.Such a house is that of Sievers & Schlosser, No. 66 State street. New Albany, who havebuilt up a flourishing and growing trade upon the principle laid down in the GoldenKule. This prosperous concern, establi-shed in 1884, handles none but the finest selected leafof dome-tic and Cuban gr wth, employs none but skilled union workmen, and puts uponthe market none but the highest grades of cigars. Consequently, when smoking a weedfrom a box bearing their brand, one knows that he is neither contracting leprosy fromChinese-made goods nor contributing to the ill-gotten gains of some grasping employerof cheap tenement-house labor. Beginning in a

Note About Images
Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability – coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

no comment

Leave a Reply