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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - January 8, 1874, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati weekly Star. Star building p i a Ter a ii 7 in a Skrlj a Lrol a is my s c m lamp Hirn in r a i i m Cincinnat no Iio w stir nos rites. The report of the chamber of Commerce for 1x73 clearly exhibits the Prosperity of Cincinnati Ami will be read with great interest by our business men. We condense from this report some interesting facts. From the table of Ini a i ports and exports of the City Lor each Vear since i Mansfi Elo of rut or was be. 1�. has an article in saturdays Gazette Iti which he maintains the Point with proper Pride to May als express a Hope that this appointment will a Piaf al n Mankind have Long been wont to Charm open a new and Happy epoch in our Diplo j themselves with pleasant fancies and to malic service. has been asserted that in i $ # % to i. We quote in ports. $ 57.001, ? 11 l its i i 5j7, d i a is 2 1,023, kit to exports. $ ?s,rt7, mio�.�7,i a too of Oto s>14,320,7 8 equity of the late attempted reduction Oil that class of men sent out of late years wages to City employees. Lie institutes a j f0m Washington in that capacity have comparison of is with 1873 in respect to the Cost of living and the Price of labor. The conclusion from his statistics is that these figures show that our Commerce o has increased nearly five fold during the past eighteen years and has More than doubled during the past ten years. Our Trade for 18g2-3 w As 43 per cent larger Han in 1x5d-g0�?so that we have compared two prosperous years. The Progress of our manufacturing Industry is shown by the following isto. 1 . I my. I. A. $10.300,41�1 b i i.-. 4 him if Nosy or 7,4 v.m�1 135,18,865 4 a. A. 11 ,1 11 1870 1571 . Not with few honorable exceptions exhibited that ability in the discharge of c a their duties w hich tends to relied credit upon the government they represent. A change in that respect is precisely what All Good patriotic citizens should wish. Hitherto must be confessed the and that a was a great mistake in the Are ministration has not displayed much Vig Beiter Hall labourers to refuse $1.25 per the Cost in Gold of substantial food is now exactly what was in 185s, while $1.25 per Day wages Are 25 per cent higher in Gold than in that Vear. Hence he save. A 7 a. A. L. A. Hine editor formerly of the old a Cincinnati times. To ends. Now is the time for agents to Rush in subscribers to the weekly Star. Most people decide about the first of the year what paper they will take and this is the very Best time to explain to them the merits of the Star. Of course the More rapidly the names Are sent in the better but agents that desire can have till May 1st to Complete their clubs and their subscribers time will Date from the first paper sent them. The w Ine business of California is in a depressed condition. Our population bus increased 400 per ecu since Injo while the increase in the value of our manufactures has been about a the Bashaw ays a is the name of a i Toralv society in san Francisco. The internal Revenue receipts for december show an increase of $5oo,000 Over those of n of Zombor. A cent. This a Light to be satisfactory since the Prosperity of a City so largely depends upon this Branch of productive labor. Since 1800 our manufactures have increased Over 200 per cent., while our population Lias advanced less than 50 per cent. We seem to have been Liberal in the increase of our postal patronage. We purchased Stamps and envelopes As follows $215,012 202,11 s$1 2 7 1800 1s 71a i. A a. 80-u u air. 1 37 4 00 the conversion of the hebrew sex Tabbi Schlamowitz u catholicism is creating quite a stir among those of his former Faith. This shows an increase of 00 per cent in seven years while our population has increased about 30 per cent. The number of letters delivered was in iso3, 4,821,334 in is73, 10,3-11,140. An increase of Ltd per cent., while the population increased 20 per cent during these six years. Our Hanking capital stands As follows Nat hanks$4,000,0 0 private backs. 1 this gives an increase of $525,000 during the year. Our Brewers of Beer paid the govern ment $132,705 00 in Stamps during the year. The Quantity made in the City in lain to a 1 hat labor $12-� per Day a Luling Newport and Covington is 503,- would now be much better remunerated a the figures he uses for this demonstration Are taken from the report of the commissioner of statistics for Ohio or Mansfield himself and from the Market reports of the present time. For 1858 the following table is Given Conanon Day labourers in Gold. $ 00 Leal per Bosh. 1 03 i logs per cwt 85 mess pork per barrel. 17 00 s 11�c l 1 7 l i. I i i1 in. I. <111 ,.a 1 1 the present condition of labor is As follows according to or. Mansfield common labor per Day. Wheat per Bushel. 1 50 i logs. 5 00 these prices being reduced to the Gold Standard which was that of 1858, with Gold 10 per cent., gives this result present value of labor in Gold per Dav. Is 13 wheat per Bushel hogs per cwt then the changes from 1858 to 1873 Are precisely As follows Viz i or cent. The Price of labor has advanced.25 the Price of when has adva iced .32 the Price of pork has dkckksakd33 by offsetting the Advance in wheat As compared with 1858 against the decrease in pork he makes $1.25per Day for labor reduced to Gold just 25 per cent Mere than the wages of 1858. Or. Mansfield has advanced to an age f that usually Sobers men Down to fact and fair argument but if lie was honest in writing this article he a evidently subject to such measures As Render him unreliable As a statistician and logician. Out of the whole list of the necessaries of life lie selects the two that afford the Best support of the conclusion w hich he w As determined to prove. Lie rejected All thu facts that Are Adverse to the proposition which he was resolved to main in Denver Sites Are Given a was to am responsible parties who will agree to erect rolling Mills a gtd other manufactories upon them. 022 barrels or 15,51 3,082 Gallons of which to 17,710 barrels belong to the City. Our Export of candles has increased from 175,220 boxes in a sad to 21 0,130 boxes in 1873. Than in 1k5s 00 cents per Day. Lie admits that a sugar and Cortee Are consider in in the selection of suitable men to till those important positions. President Ltd rant deserves very great Praise if he was in his Choice of or. Cushing actuated solely by a desire to have the Best Man for the vacancy. To would be worthy of the highest Confidence and esteem of Bis staunchest political opponent if he should resolve to free himself from party restraints and prejudices to an extent sufficient to enable him to appoint Only the most capable aspirants to that Especial Branch of the Public service. does not matter so much if we happen to have for the Timo being an incompetent official whether of High or Low degree Home. We can patiently endure for the while his Mil Admi stration of the affairs entrusted to him. That would by All the evil his incapacity could inflict upon us for no one excepting ourselves would be interested in or cognizant of . But when one devoid of the requisite ability is sent to represent our government a foreign capital lie is in danger of committing such acts As must often tiring upon us the derision scorn and contempt not merely of that one nation but perhaps every civilized people would unite in those feelings against us. Our National Pride and Honor As Well As our material interests demand that the very 7 a Best Diplomatist and statesmen among our leading men w without regard to party affiliations should be chosen to serve their country in those exalted stations. was not until Hie time of the imperious Jackson that the offices in the gift of the executive were reserved exclusively for the friends and supporters of the successful presidential candidate. Such a custom w As never previously in Vogue. During every administration before tint time even members of the Cabinet were taken from each of the twi great parties into which the nation War then divided. Imagine that some Umles Nablo virtue taches to certain customs for which no satisfactory reason can to Given. The a first Day of the year is Felt by Many to be a turning Point. Why the Day after january first is to prove better than december thirty-first., might to a difficult Puzzle. But the fact remains that from the earliest Ages of history we find that the people of All countries and nations have regarded the Day with Peculiar interest and celebrated with special ceremonies. The jews , his Ese Homans or meho Means although they could not All agree to consider the same o Day As the eventful period were and Are still United in celebrating some particular Day w hich they chose to consider As tie beginning of the year. The custom of wishing everybody a Happy new year on the first of january is All but Universal and so Long As wishes Are so inexpensive May be indulged to any reasonable extent w without injury. May be doubted if the most of those who thus express the Hope that the coming Days May bring pleasure have any definite idea of the source of the prevail ing habit and is almost certain that hey would be unwilling to admit that was because the past has been unsatisfactory and disagreeable. With Many people however the far past was pleasant the present is burdensome in the last degree but the future the future in to bring in the Golden age the millennial period the fulfilment of All their Hojews. is to the future they ook for happiness for Success for Fame. Ii e / l Ecio Nsoto Vicli i to in to is r. A non mov a to. Tout be Monde All the world seems to have taken advantage of the late labor w movements to bring every Effort far the permanent Relief of tie working classes into derision and contempt. The meetings of the unemployed and the suffit Ingin new York Cincinnati and of i Cago were characterized by some incoherent and extravagant utterances and Straightway was heard on every hand the cry of a communism a the dividing of the substance of the Rich among the poor. The w idely circulated champions of monopoly have been in the habit of exhibiting their want of Candor and their ugliness by charging communism upon every prominent advocate of labor Reform. They now Point to the absorb declarations of wild men these meetings and bristling up with affected horror they cause Many who have sympathized with genuine Reform by the ballot to bang their Heads in silence and cower before the triumphing organs of the monopoly system. Candor and common sense can make due allowance for the frothing the Mouth of rattle brains w Hen speaking for those win Are fam Ishing for food and o freezing for fuel. Indeed when comes to such distress in a land of plenty and w Ith men who Are willing to work almost any tiling they might say should be excused. If any one thinks otherwise would be Good for him to be brought for a season to Tho same unhappy and most provoking condition. We have now on hand the strike by the engineers along 2,200 Miles of railway. We think was a great error on the May be Well to have Hope to be on part of Tho company in not dealing Equi by our friends and stably with the engineers by reducing the indictment and trial of sex mayor Hall of new York will teach Oltie als that is a criminal offence to fail to prevent their associates from stealing. I j Ralph Keeler the new York Tribune correspondent Havana is still missing. He was a native of this state and is Well know n Here especially in the Northern counties. In soap we Are doing Well having shipped in 1873, 183,573 1 Oxos which is 31,330 boxes More than in any preceding year and 200 per cent More than in Iso a. Of Coal we Are largely increasing our a i i consumption. Our comparative receipts have been As follows id i 1.-. 8,158,000 17.075, a. 1872-3. This shows an. A a pm 37,274,107 went v increase in years of Over 350 per cent., and in nine years past of nearly 150 per cent., while the population increased 30 per cent. Caption Abiy Low. In butter cheese eggs ably advanced a but he Speaks of these orbits As of Little consequence in the demonstration of his problem. What Are the facts in 1858 Rio Coffee was 12 cents per Pound against from 28 to 30j 7, or an average of 30% cents the present time. This is an Advance of 150 per cent., while labor $1 25 is an Advance of but 25 per event sugar is from 8 to 11% cents or an average of 0% cents against 7% in 1858�?an Advance of 30 per cent. Salt is 31 cents against 20 cents per Bushel in 1858�?an Advance of Over 50 per event. Then As to beef the Advance is from $3 5o per Hundred to $7�?100 per cent., and beef is just present i Wien Lili Herald and presbyter Calls upon american ladies to imitate a Neon Victoria in matters of dress instead of the exem press Eugenie giving As the reason for the advice that Victoria is nobler Type of woman and a Queen we Are surprised that the a Queen too should have been added. Our increase Over last year w As above 20 per cent. In dry goods our receipts in packages were last year in excess of any preceding year except 18 11-2 and 1803 i. Our shipments were less than in either of the years Between is get and tsp and less a ran in 1871 2. Our largest shipment was in 18 11-5, of 2,00 ,00i Jiae Kages against 1,227,000 in 1872 3. When reduced to the Gold basis however the falling off is not very considerable. A the superintendent sums that a the volume of Trade a reduced to a Gold basis was probably As Large 1772 3 As was Ever done in Cincinnati while in clothing and woollens the Trade was greater than Ever our receipts of flour wore larger than in inv preceding year except in 1870, with the commencement of the now year we look fora permanent revival of All branches of mercantile and manufacturing business. A the panic is now a matter of the past the financial situation is in a comparatively settled state and Money is not far from As plenty As the beginning of tie last two years. The end of the year just past w As most rent a when we received 7tl�,314 barrels against ble. was thought that an autumn Oil 7� 5,-i 10 in 1872 3. Combined Industrial and financial distress would largely deter both Rich and poor from purchasing the usual Holiday luxuries. Christmas came Jum alter a Long season of panics revulsion in fade depressions in business Derth of employment and general Monck Stringency. Notwithstanding All this we find on in Iii in Grain we Are doing pretty Well. W o received 1.22n215 bushels of Barley in 1s73, which was 5 a 30 bushels More than the previous year and about 50 percent More than in any former year. In Corn a tin country has never seen such a crop As was raised in i872.v the receipts for 1872 3 were 2,25 ,511 bushels by that in most branches of retail Stinst i,2 ,7&&-& in 1s71 2, Anil 2,0 is Noo in Ness that the Christmas sales fully equal i Lysje 1. Those of Tho last few years and of Oats we got 1,520,070 bushels More Many of our leading houses report the than in any year except is 15, when we we., the Advance is from 10 in 100 per cent. In cloth and clothing the merchants Are Selling panic prices and w Ould not be honest to notice them in the comparison because these prices Are temporary. Cali Coes Are not half As Good 15 cents As Thuv were 12% before the a my War and in sheeting the Advance is per event. Fork was extremely High in 1x58, and had been so since 1 s when . W As $4 # per Hundred against a in is.&Quot-,s. >0 a present and for two years past perk Inis been except humbly Low. By taking pork As a test of the comparative Cost of living or. Mansfield was unfair. Wheat7 Abo is except humbly Lew and limiting himself to these two articles he made his Point against labor. How about rent is not Saf to put thu Advance too per event. In the City Mav not bes much far out in the country but strict Carand Railroad fare made necessary in order to get lower rent would go far to make tin difference. Is not a place to live in about As needs sary As pork to eat ? then As to the Little comforts of life How stands the Case is not tobacco Over 100 percent higher retail than before tin War Beer is to per cent higher and w Hisky has advanced from 22 to 1 3 cents per gallon wholesale an in that portion of our history has been appropriately alluded b As the a Era of Good a return that primitive custom would be some thing which every True Patriot would enjoy. But that glorious period is in tin past forever and naught exactly so Mil a can be hoped for in these Dege Neran Days. Passing that by we shall merely add the remark that is evident to every intelligent and unbiased mind that he who is our representative to a foreign country ought invariably to possess al those shining q unlit nations which Fai not to command tin respect end Admira Tion of that people Ami their rulers. Thi desirable end can not always be obtained so Long As positions in that High service Are bestowed upon Mere favourites. If our chief executive would in future act upon the determination before mentioned we would not then have cause to mourn Over thu weak conduct of More than one of our ministers resident. A outraged to Hope i a Nisi or us h May he that the Hope gives strength and courage without which Many would faint and fall lev the Wayside. A but there is an old proverb which declares that a lie who lives on Hope has a slender vre Trust that the coming year May prove More agreeable and profitable than the last and rarely doubt but hat. We shall find More happiness in Han in tin one just closed. We w ish mrs Olves and wish each other Happy new year a but Seldom perhaps with a single thought of w hat is needful in order that we or they should experience . The enjoyment of life toward which always look Forward and the constant annoyance and Nii serv that so a Nany As steadily experience in its Stead ire alike largely within our control. The com Pic Iii u is on of this fact furnishes a i he univ reasonable ground of Hope that to future will Supply anything better than the past. There is no contingent of Luck upon which is Worth while to base on r Oppee ratio is and though we May not he Able m present to ourselves As Rosy a picture is we should like to contemplate there s nothing so healthful and so Likely to ear the fruit of in urine satisfaction As 11/ no in e e a s in the course of some observations of the subject of the engineers strike in on Issue of monday we advised the men to return to their engines and go on with their work As if nothing had happened. That advice we repeat this morning. We attach no blame to the men in tin matter and in saying do so with a full u understanding fall the surrounding circumstances. The Pennsylvania Railroad company made a contract with the engineers for five years a scale of agreed on and was further agreed that no variation from should be attempted but by a conference with a delegation similar to the one that entered into Thi agreement. This contract win duly signed by representatives of the Railroad on the one hand and of the engineers on the other. T the engineers carried out their part of the agreement in Good Faith and had Iglitz to expect that thu company would do tin same. When the managers of the wages temporarily in consequence of Lack of business and promising a restoration of the old rates on the full resumption of traffic. Some companies pursued this course and have no trouble. is said that the Kittle Miami Road was supplied by a must excellent corps of engineers. certainly should have been an object to continue Elmir services. is also said that tin deliberately reduced wages with the intention of ,7� never raising them again. But what is the curious part of this spectacle we find one Man the chief of the brotherhood issuing his Mukase declaring in strike to have been unauthorized and absolving All who should return to their engines. is a Little strange hint two thousand men belonging to the brotherhood could v j ? have conic to an understanding throughout so vast a Region and strike sin Meta i .9 Neon sly Tho same hour without being authorized to do so under the rules of the order seems to us easier to suppose that Tii Quot a not once of the company has produced Hiis disorder in the brotherhood than that the strike was unauthorized to Are bound to give the More rational i i interpretation to things that Are obscure. What further do we see the brotherhood throw n into Lii Sordet and perhaps broken former. How by the co opera Tion of the leading press and the leading patrons of the roads with the company defeating the strike and Eru Hing tie Broth Quot Rhood. is Likely to prove another Triumph of capital Over labor. is True that certain stupid and reckless Block Heads among the strikers have Hurt their cause by divers Rascal ties Lien again common sense into j of a and says Thal under such circumstances i patient examination of the truth. In the first place All the demands a Foj Ife will require to Lee met in the coming ear with the same relentless regularity in in the past. Hunger and cold Are to be provided for and against As inevitable certainties and there can be no Huppi Ess so Long As this has not been accomplished. 4 health is Tobe guarded and maintained by Wise care and intelligent regard to the Laws of life and there can he no True on to Ament of life without . does not s l things Are to be expected because Blu Natell require Verv much w Wisdom to a scamps in All Large bodies of. V men. is also can leu mat outside Ive receipts Toi happiness , Tol roughs arc Ever ready to take advantage Lowed would certainly assure that Cov of such occasions Foi the perpetration of 4 a i a Ted treasure but alas for the human weakness that can not obey the dictates a fils own intelligence. There uie probably a thousand men in Cincinnati not to speak of the tens of Hio Sands throughout the country whose lays Are full of misery and whose nights ire protracted wretchedness on account of dyspepsia and every one of them night escape its horrors in a month if hey w Ould. Not indeed by n sorting to More celebrated and expensive physicians but by strictly confining themselves to a Plain diet. To wish one a Happy new year in Villa inies to gratify a mania for mischief and to enjoy the morbid pleasure of set eing the innocent charged w Ith their own misdeeds. How much of this conduct May he thus accounted for no one Cun toll. would have been better bad the brotherhood policed themselves and prevented Tho disgrace of such misconduct. is s o e. Mrs. . Longley chairman of the woman a mif Frage executive committee of Hio makes one More Appeal to Aill who Are in favor of Universal suffrage to Send petitions to he constitutional convention acting for thu a lec Tivo franchise without o f heaviest Christmas business to i done received 2,35s,053 bushels. This can not be accounted for on the the in Rye we Are Ory that goods have Boon sacrificed for j any previous \ ear our receipt for 1872 As a general thing they have sold Wall being 4-j&, jtj0 bushels. And some of the Best reports come from 1&Quot Quot Hunt we set pm to use steadily de the branches of business in w hich there is Little or no variation from the Market prices. What is thus True of Cincinnati can to a certain extent be said of the country Large and this impetus Given to business first through that retailers will crease of aver 300 per cent. But a work considerably ahead of aug Man need not use either whisky Beer or tobacco. So in need not use pork he might live on rats nor wheat Corn and Beans would be cheaper. Why not Tell the american labourer once to take Les dined from 2,174,124 bushels in ls�2 to i su0.454 in 1873. In groceries to stand fair with Noth a sons of the chinese coolies in cheap living to brag of. J a i. And follow their example in pig Iron to Are highly nourishing the business having increased As follows. A . A. A . 4. Soon be traceable Back through the whole Sale houses and jobbers to the manufacturers and importers for the stocks of goods thus exhausted must be replaced l a int an Oquay a favourable aspect. Lui b. Ing b in 47,5 15 tuns compared with 4.,444 and a general and permanent revival of the manufacturing interest can not but is Safe to say that $1 50 for common labor is not As High As 00 cents before the a War when the Cost of living is fairly taken into tin account. For ten years 12,Ojo past labor has been below its Ante War the actual shipments for the past year level and now ought to he Able to partially balance the account. Ts�-70 1 s o-71 1 d 1-72 1871-73 �?�>1,7� >7.00 2. A u>0 2.11�o7.0io 0,- a 0.000 Railroad company found necessary to reduce wages a Ltd account of the times would have been As Little As could have been expect cd for them to have made the attempt through tin medium of a conference with the men As their agreement required them to do. When the men found that the company had violated w Ith them ind refused even to treat their representative with the respect of a simple hearing was undoubtedly their right Castop work. They did so in the most orderly and proper manner. The hour of twelve Thi Day Vas the time named Lor the strike. But every Engineer Vas ordered to brio a % in his train in Good order turn his keys and engine Over to the com pan and quit work. We say this Vas their right and in doing so they violated no Faith towards valves Tho Hopo that he or she Viii ex-1 urination As to sex. The petition preambles the 15th Amend. Follow. our merchants so will tin present Winter can be made Oik of the Best business periods in the history of the City. Then is much that can Ltd and should be done Ami lie who is alive to his of n interest will not he willing to sit Down quietly in the belief that Winter is a Dull season and there can be much done anyhow. Cincinnat ians Are a Little too much Given to that idea and wiil be a Good tiling if a Bright Holiday season is Luada to some extent to do a Vav with a . The retail business in most branches a a i Penaso can be kept Good All through the Winter. The energetic merchant desiring to Clear out his Stock can afford after Christmas to offer real bargains and there Are nutty who a wait till this time arrives to pin in order to make their mom thu tic most Good. There Are always pet Pler and and Abe to buy when they Are convinced that is to thu ii advantage the do so and whoever will offer great bargains and let the people know will find customers a Liiv season a a he Vai. Tons in 171-72, 25.55s tons in 170-71,20,712 in Lii -70, and 2,>54 in is so a. In Lead and shot we Are also largely on the increase. Ltd lumber we received s3,000,1 00 feet in 1x72-3, against 71,000,000 in the preceding year. Our Progress in pork is seen in the following number �1 hogs Cut in isto p50, Loo 1x70 and 1872 Fusto. 05.000 �1873 57.030 is50. A j ls73t2 &.30.& i my to i. I our Tolimeo Trad. Is Good our receipts in 1x72 being �>l.s7t& lihds., 5,278 bids and Bales and boxes and kegs against 0,211 idnu., 7,23 a in. Ami Bah a and to .552 boxes and kegs in Lutio. In spirits be Are As nearly right As that can he. A Washington special says that there has been a Deal of a gushing a whatever that Mav be Over the nomination of lion. M Caleb Cushing As minister to Spain. The cause of that expression of feeling Vvs the fact that or. Cushing is a Democrat. Their employers. I event notice of their intentions was because the dignitaries refused to rend the papers handed to them by the delegation of engineers. We was thai right to Stop work but we do not think Vas Good policy or that in a exercising is mentioned also that to the state of that right thu men proper considered al. Vir Dnia be is accredited in the records Tho difficulties in their Way Ami i be of the executive office w Here the appoint Lieve the a est thing they can do to Day for ment is entered. An explanation of this themselves Ami their families to in surprising announcement for we All Der themselves ready for work thought him a resident of Massachusetts. Tin Public ran attach no blame to tin is likewise invade in a few accompany ing a men for the hinder to travel and the Gre delay to business that the strike has eats a. Thi management of the Road is a Low respond sigh for that. If had digit Wisdom Energy self control of heart and life and above All Trust in god. And resignation to such ills As can not in avoided. If the new year shall be indeed the beginning of a True and More Earnest life the abandonment of false Hopes and motile is and the end of wasting and want is Well but if the false principles and practices Are to be repeated we Are assured that there remains Only another and larger crop of sorrows and disappointments to be gathered .-, end. But nevertheless we will wish the world a Happy new year and bid go on its Way rejoicing hoping no less for the nation than the individual that Vvs May All have Learned Wisdom from the experience of the past and Are now pro in i1 my. H a mtg a. Am love tie see of prolonged Opportunity. Eight weekly newspapers have suspended in Illinois since tie 1st of deem of these bore my till of words. Or. Cushing owns a Small farm across the Potomac in the neighbourhood of Arlington an occasional residence Quiney. 111., luts u sensation a girl of upon which gave him the Opportunity to nniuc9jjg journal which has proved to he a very u murky title. Illinois per Pic an All sending for the weekly Star As they have discovered that they get. More for their Money than in supporting Home a journals a that Are not up to the times. my. Dollar a year for a str that never glows dim they have found to he a most desirable investment. In i he enquirer has so completely to i a Vered from attack of War fever Tiiu a carried Mit its contract with the men i r up cart there we Lii 1-ee no Trike and vessel Quot and a wean Privateer i air a ire uni a its a Luis u cause a set of m a to Stop work without Twenty pitty witty -tr., etc., has been United in Wedlock to a relic saw. Vears of ago despite her Protesta Lions that was spa her will and that her admirer was better Eale ulat a i to supersede an Ujj Petiau Mummy than to a her husband. The Csc Rel Inan who pronounced the Loans should in made to Sutler for ii. Claim citizen hip in the old Dominion. There he voted the last presidential should not the latter a by in a the election for Grant Houret if there i e and a i Lis of the Virginias Asu wicked a putative owner a of his recent having made provision for Sueh a Contin Memphis has completely Ood Fortune in suddenly becoming an and Geney. Roth parties have acted hastily from tie Lati recovered ministration favorite. How i 3-and i making sex legislature. Meat of the United states Constitution As Dee i axing ail native and naturalized persons to be citizens and recognizing soil rage As a right of citizenship and concludes by asking the convention to provide against denying or abridging the right Tony adult citizen unless for crime or insanity v. Air. A. C. Yorshis a Friend of the cause is chairman of the special committee on woman a suffrage and is expected to provent a j port soon after the reassembling of that body is important that he be sus aimed by the petitions of those women who desire the ballot As Well As by those men who an willing to let their mothers wives Sisters and daughters vote. is evident the action of the convention will depend very much upon the extent to which Public sentiment ramp a Manifest itself in this behalf. Could be made to appear that a majority of the people Are in favor of tin new constr would be tree from this disi.-Rimin-. Ii Tion. Should a very minor. Ity in ton my in favor of an article abolishing the distinction of sex the Polis would he submitted to a separate vote of the people. Should tie majority of the convention cd Chale that the cause of woman s so become popular the subject would probably be left tithe legislative Dis Ore Ion. I a re Are then three modes for disposing of the question 1. Meeting squarely by abolishing Tho discrimination As a. 2. Submitting to a popular vote. 3. Referring to the discretion of Tho i Over a lieu Anu without proper consideration and to efforts to regain her Fornor Bush. 2 i .1,. V 1 ,.t i Vav. . In. I. 1. I Quot Quot Omli Ess ill Quot in is a Eom Promise that might to or. Cushing arrives Madrid the Ainer a both owe to tie Public to concede position. Thu Cotton of a -1 i eau people will then have least one something in order to get things in smooth a mid Trado in All Blanehe al end Mutulo that is to provide for worm my a representative abroad to whom they can running order again. A of Talent s. .0 be sex suffrage certain cases Audon certain subjects

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Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

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By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

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By Collection

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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NewspaperArchive FAQs

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!