West And South in Cincinnati, Ohio
4 Jan 1868

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4 Jan 1868

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West And South (Newspaper) - January 4, 1868, Cincinnati, OhioUna iirtoiiaarir1 a Nowon i a via a v. A Quot \.y. A a v. A a a it. A a. A a Viva Vav volume Iii. V Cincinnati saturday january 4, 1868. A \. Ivy a a a \ number 16. For Ali it mgt a i woah. Be pity to i1knihal Lytle a , the Ixia a a irad own �1 it path ask treaties of 1815, and an expression 1 of re up fran of m Amy . In the pm world will i. Lytle. Regret at their having been Tom they were he wild favourable to Ranee. There in not a Aid a great writer any opinion in Meta physio however absurd which a not some partisan. Poll Tica a nothing in that body of men who claim to be a con Green of the United states who represent the people of but two thirds of the severe actually sent to foreign ports to be repaired. While manufacturers in different Ishad he looked about Piiru for a publisher. I eulogist m. Paul Lac Rulx whose oration i published in a recent under a or Farto state government a a i merely the legitimate state govern remember better than philosophy. \ 1 ment having been m. Gueroult spoke after Viscounty sym. With Fentis Milt regretful love i Launiu Luois but principally to reply to government theirn. According to the speak Verein Htay is of our Federal Union localities Are thus holding conventions number of the Luibli Plaue franc Ait we have for six years been Evlog air a petitioning Uong Reaa for the Rollef Sakai through Joys i sorrow making Shu it a m own poised a pm Tom or Wiuff the flood no care As the soft Dove so mod Lone. Over life so Tir nil Waters still and Sweet waiting until the untiring Waves shall a v flow a a to where the Loving and the parted meet a a Hev raw a and sorrow never More to k now. A to i it a i a /i1 a a i it. The Blooming to Era of life most surely Wither a a Vij / i hut memories pare and True forever live tending with All their hoarded fragrant thither a 4 a a 1 where Joys and Flowers immortal beset y #4 and there Are hearts of Oren As flt tins shrine i Are memory hums perpetual and holy. Knowing not fitful wanly i. Nor decline a Hon Long with Light sew he and wholly. V of a a. A a a a f,-1. A a Hurh will remember thee through a the i \ a Ilii a a Quot 1 in. / / a. Hours. A. R a of the life teen Long a Lay and silent night when morning Wake and walks amid the a towers a and when the Winter a now the he ooh beams Light. / a love us forgetting does huf a loser hold / in to itself its Roi rated dead for whom no thong hta no in Morles grow Eold \ to holy a Ltd per to 1 &Quot"p1 r.<l0h� we a. Apart but a a Evered not dear Hope and thought v i Rise into Holt it comm Ntim evermore. While to Btu leg responsive and with be Ufa fraught. Fall Blest but voiceless. Fri it a the items a 1 a St re. A it. A \ v 4 Yak upon All its Shore i hath not such Bow t. J t a a a. V a v Kot All it Corr pets erho to Sueh sound the Lithe of its a right and a Rosy born Bath do such Joy to Alf the Magle rounds. Fresh then the thoughts of Thea too Early lost a in untie preach ref gifted Brave and Good to sparking plea Ore on the deep wave 4 tossed. A. Hucall cheat the soul of in More precious France should a the two nation constituted her they need and deserve and must have from a crude and oppressive by tem of taxation the merchants Are also mov ing for similar Relief. The Boston Board of Trade a invited a meeting. Of delegates from All the uha tiers of Ive a cordial hand to grown an of her legislature author coins Pierce and boards of Trade in the dues which have been a state convention that formed country to assemble in Boston on the frontiers in Germany a which has disfranchised in Cut having been overthrown by j military Force and an illegitimate state set up in 1861. Out of or teds illegitimate state government has seventy thousand of our most Intelli gent citizens. The Monroe doctrine a sacred anti Long cherished doctrine with the democratic party has been allowed by the last two administrations to is violated and Public sentiment is growing in favor of its Discon tiny Mif. Quot a a a v1 a the a visit Ioir of territory far Dis Tan t from us bounded wholly by foreign Uius is likewise to lie held but a fire fhe Public for careful decision with these and in Italy. Returning to the roman question he attempted to show a connection Between the syllabus and the massacre of 8l Bartholomew s Day. The one was he said the theory of the other. We have said sufficient to indicate that m. Gueroult seemed disposed to launch afresh into philosophical and theological dissertations. The chamber interrupted him by murmurs Oliie president recalled him to the question and told him with must i ,. Appropriateness that the Best Means of questions of political Economy and of obtaining a hearing was not to wound i state before us we enter upon the duties of journalist Well impressed with the responsibility of our calling Odd the duty we shall owe to our fellow Man. With the Light we May be Able to gather from the fathers of the Republic by Industry and research we will Promise our readers to fully himself to re a candidly carefully and boldly discuss the attacks a i and examine there Subj cts irow Biafore c. The Ficeli Musof tie chamlies. The Dubau hag the following a to m. De Gueroult a acc Eek cd Viscount de Ker Seguen whose abundant gestures coming in Aid of a difficult delivery enlivened for a moment the Assembly. Unhappily m. De Ker venue i did not confine hearing against Italy a the had the Fortune to meet on the a Highway of books a passionate bibello Grap Hilt an Ert Slite bibliographer a celebrated publisher the Henri Kje Tiette of it in time w to did not hesitate to undertake the costly publication of this vast repository of bibliographical _. Knowledge. Thanks to m. Ain Broil fifth of february. The subjects to and Firmin Didou Brunet was enable it i which in the opinion of the Boston to full enjoy his triumph/1 merchant a the convention Sii Ould give t yet not even then was the and Fatiga it attention Are these me old Man satisfied with his work. A the our Inland and m. Lacroix adds Interior Means of . A a we for our part were satisfied end the adopt Tou of a uniform system chanted with his work we were in for the measurement of Grain. Will ing to perceive in Steven thelig Tegt the. Adjustment of it of the currency faults he on Iner which Wal rec Nian of eighty i ectionakviewa., while pled paralytic to Wirra it nor 11 to vol 1 a a let a a j�,.�?T, question in a manner Woncile conflicting a sectional at the same time promoting the welfare of the whole country j i it a eth it restoration of the foreign Commerce of the country from its present greatly depressed condition. A the organization of a National Board of Trade or t a Hamber of Commerce. A and such other subjects not of a local or politick character As May the contrary this old five years Infirri a Cri it., almost Blind did not cease still to apply himself with a Boutah ardor to the correction and revision of this work which is in All hands which each time we refer to it awakens our astonishment our admiration and which in spite of some inevitable blemishes which it would be very easy to remove seems destined to live As Long As a Zience and the love of books. Be Are glad to proclaim Here without fear of denial Hattlie Manu t duh a air it ail Hundred times sifted he Hail the sad i tie rns Ipie. Inspiration to go and ferret out of a for tie last we know not what clerical journal compiled in France and. Published in Belgium a Calum Nious denunciation against the Quot French press. Or. Benger and or. Emile quiver joining in the energetic protests of or. De Gueroult stigmatic so with generous indignation the calumny which or de k Rve Guen h�<1 just brought to the Tribune and we thank him for the principal i Toni of flip meet Anil the opinion Nat mar liar also addressed to the journals a formal inv test against the allegations brought Forward against them by m. Serve Guen and Gunge it that a tribunal of Nonor before which that gentle Ian we have look no around a in yearn and have found property come before the the meeting of tie a conventions is f the Moet on plete them it it St Curie a us Likely to prove a greater Public Benefit the most useful which has been food. Of Midorl a shall wak with the wll of Happy �?�4mgbird�, with the if Voth a Pron go wll hic a Oft scent of Lvpl a. And the smell that to and rape hot re re Uckun fling. With a very fragrant every Lovely thing the Fla a of new born Joy or added i or of at Sunset and when Moon and Starlight a Trtat of. A in Uiel Calm smile Balsa for sad heart to 7 / / a a a i a a. A f it a nor Ever Delej but Pas with the immortal into things brighter better Mur to rest la or finues Heyt it and a la ath it Wor Idrous Portal. V All that Moi Khz i Kok Pahia 1<. No democratic journal in Missouri thut came up to our ideas of an expounded of democratic doctrine Liis is our reason for starting the Stair for nah act. We shall make it a faithful guardian on Tolje watch towers timer and shall dirt its care and vigilance to the guardianship and Well being of our beloved Tate. Haying been reared in Missouri accustomed to its people and acquainted with it productions its Laws and Ita development raised to love its sacred a ii it Rivers dts Stie Nefy and its ski a we propose to spend the remainder of our Days in her chief City and to Speed Olaaf length in rectifying her Rovern print and to appear be avenging her wit it ngh. To the demo decide As to whether the cratic parly we say if we do our duty shall or shall not be by the Par of and by the state we odious column Gator in As know that you will stand by us and give As All the support we shall need if we do not faithfully serve you we do not deserve your fostering care. We began our political career by humbly supporting the administration of Franklin Pierce we loved and humbly supported that True w ise and faithful democratic president James Buch re nil a a be atlatl in Anan we gave our support next time waa festo. A it John c. Brecki Mildge a the demo we present to the people of Missouri cratic candidate Fer president and a new democratic paper to advocate. Though not Oor Chace in the a a oven and defend democratic doctrines and 1 lion for Nom no a in we voted for is As Laid Down tie found-1 George h. Meul Ellau As tie den it id taught and cratic candidate for president in 164. Fellow democrats of Missouri there in a Bright and glorious future before a let us be up and doing while it is is i than Fier amp a tfx a even those Olio called want ten in any language on the Art i them imagined urn Giness arid the knowing books and and a country will know by authoritative costly shall be summoned elec Teil to said Deputy declared ad1 much As he had stated in his so Leech in the chamber that certain member of the parisian press had been bribed by the prussian government and the Laws of Frattle did not admit of de a outer Mek. Fai nation. The Xum i pm Cipu Era of u Era our Republic and taught and practice in our country for seventy three years. We offer the stat Nataa i to t hem As the True and fearless advocate of the principles of Jefferson Madison mop Roe Calhoun Pierce and Buchanan declarations what these great interests a of the country need How they Are oppressed and in what respects they require Relief. But it May perhaps tie discovered when the views of manufacturers and merchant Are compared that their interest Are common that to oppress one 1 to oppress the other that a Tariff which obstructs cd meroe and prevent our people from buying in the cheapest Market must necessarily injure manufacturer by increasing to then the coat of labor and other items of production As Well As of raw Materi and limiting their own Market for tie Sale of their products. Discussion help to convince All manufacturers but a few lame Duck who can not subsist without Bounty from the government that interest of every sound Branch of manufactures to have As simple a tax arid Tariff system As possible to Levy taxes and duties on As few articles As w ill suffice to. Ralsey be Revenue required. Tie lame ducks must be permitted to cry out. They have had thir own Way in Congress until they have nearly ruined themselves t and the country they have contrived a tax and Lariel system in which tax gatherer puts i hand on More than sixteen thousand different articles in which duplicate and Triplicate taxes abound by which Commeree is destroyed and the the How it Poi a no a a Shliff work. Or. Horace Greeley who has been Able to close his eyes id Seal his ears to the frightful spectacle and groans of despair famine and ruin now coming up from i the Section which has been called . Blighted by the shallow of negro domination has at last been forced to take cognizance of the vast amount of suf Fering Khich the reactionary effect of his of idiocy is producing it his own door. What sane Man Ever doubted that the a hard time and no work Quot of which he complains Wokf become the curse of the North when the negro had made a howling wilderness and a desert of the it is to the Cotton states a a the Winter a or. Irtely Shive singly whimpers a has set la Early and sternly the markets Are glutted with fabrics which Are Selling at Low prices 1867 has been a hard year for manufacturers and merchants generally Ber cause of a steady decline in the prices of goods which constrained them to it Ell for less than the Cost of Stock so that there is no profit on the year s bus Ness and often a serious and j be might have also stated that there a Are fifty thousand women in new y York without employment with the alternative of starvation or something profitable Exchange of oar products and worse. Staring them in the face. Beca Twe our state now Cotita ius a Bun a dred Aud forty thousand Demiri Cratice \ 1 three wig Ortuet of Tantia a. On wednesday a a Conven Tioila of voters and tie party needs an a Iran manufacturers met at level and and to give currency and dissemination to looking naturally to their own interests its principles i it petitioned a Rivres to take a Iff All we shall ail Vocate a strict construe taxes from manufactures. The cd it a Tiou of the Federal Constitution in vent Long a memorial recommends the every respect and we map temper collection of internal Revenue excl lately but earnestly to attack every Law and every tit Trine not found to Accord kith its letter and spirit the sovereignty of the thirteen state As they stood in relation to each other and to the nation of the world when they acquired their Independence from great Britain Wittl be eare fully and sively from whisky fermented liquor and wine Tobay Aco Anutt and Figara steam boat and rail Way receipts Bafik a insurance Ami railway dividend and deposits Legacie Ami successions licenses Stamps and brokers sales of stocks and Gold and that All taxes now levied upon Nian facture be re manufacture with foreigner broken tip and the Market of our own manufacture i limited that they can not without great loss sell All they make. A More sensible system approximating As nearly As our necessities for Revenue will allow to free Trade will Benefit every healthful interesting the country.�?4vcc York prut 20th. Beat the of m Zwach bibliographer. Most eminent bibliographer of fully discussed a b. A Mil 0mm. Jim a i special Ortr a pfc not la act wait Mui 1�?~asis is Crnin a a. 7 tie Baria press of last evening 1% j a or Flat a on be crat Ion reviewer i Ami from the source named Huff trient reve Forward very opposite ideas us to the the Powers which each 01 toys so a a a a r<xvr�?~<18�u w Tohni a the. Corps do Gid Atif. There is one Point kit Lerna i institution will be however on which they seem to agree t Analysed and clearly pointed out. That the do Cut Lon can not continue the binding Foree of the Union that will be carefully Anu now icy Khz upts be re and the formation of moved. The memorial urges that a viewed Ami from the source named sufficient reve-1 state parted nue could lie raise Ltd leaving All our in self when it Duff trial interests to exp and unfettered. A formed the Liis is Well a fax As it goes. Tie More than a Liport time for the reason that the opposition a no fixed programme in the matter. Tie Interpol pow Rao r jury actions arise., the ngh of the Federal government interest. Lathun Cru july Italy a a in a re Rou Treta Zittlaw and Lalu. Germany but the former country is so toc Raate a circulating medium of f on thursday intimately conned a Ted with tonne Liat when the situation of the latter Lias been clearly fixed As it was last week Little remain to be said of the former. At to Germany no new fact has Ticen accomplished since the neutralisation of Luxembourg. And that us it it Wasfy Fly discussed last session. Respecting the last sitting the Hhd Fuji Iowa makes the following remarks a this a it the second time that the chamber has been galled in to pm ounce on the foreign policy of the government last week with respect to the roman que-1 ton and at present on the subject of German Althira. Done on each a occasion to give Ita approval to the interpellation proposed by the left to lies tramber has Given to the government a striking proof tire country will join. My a log Rupi France if not of the world Jacque j Quot Harlf Brunet died last month at i Paris in his eighty Reg by i year. M. I Brunet entered upon the work of his a life in 1802 in the year he wrote a ohime supplementary to the dirty it it a air of ail eau and of the Abby Custos a work which although still useful Hal become a Little superannuated. The Sut xxx Salt of this fir to essay confirmed him in his Choice of a vocation and after eight years of patient labor he Publ he i his Minnuti do Lehr air. This we Ork procured for its auditor the applause and Friendship of such a Isar Bier Char Don de la Ihie Hette and Achard Ami at once Supei Felt a the works of Cail Leau Esmont i be a Ami Fournier which before its appearance had been the Standard authorities in that department a if 1 item nature. Tit a titled with even to flattering a Success m. Brunet began the preparation of a second edition w hich Appi Are Ltd a few months later. Tim edition sold very rapidly. A third edition which a the time it we supposed would be the last was published in 1s�ou. Fourteen year later m. Brunet Jet it Ever presented a to any free known to the whole world and their i hed his not nue rec Henhe two they formed Wilt be examined and the ultimate Umpire will a pointed out to Appeal to when a difference of convention had evidently read a part a it for. Al Kius Png pamphlet on the collection of the Revenue it is a pity they did not read it through. They bight in that pm a have by he persuaded to say something for other interests than their own for the general however wed i not com Aud what else Toan the Star action of the Labouring Mases at the North the bankruptcy of merchants and the col Las a a or princely fortunes did or. Greeley expect would Fudlow the Success of a the Delilie to plot for tie utter destruction of Hothem pros verify peace and Security of prime try. He has Laid the foundation of his brutal negro top inc. In the cd a ton states and famine rapine bankruptcy and despair have taken the place of that Prosperity which enriched the North. He has cast the planter of. The Soutsi fettered axed ruined at the feet of his late slaves and Nemesis has smitten the labourer the manufacturer and the merchant of the Ortli. He has made the negro a Lazy find imm Icidale pauper and outlaw by . And dried up the teams of wealth with which ten Desow ated state once enriched Newyl Ork. Aud at last the poisoned Cli Aliee begins to Tell with deadly effect upon those who prepared it and the Aton holds of radicalism resound with the Wail of i half starved Laborera and the groans of ruined ?�7�?�htfkmd a a a quiz r. / it however Mither paper Money will receive Especial attention and like ise to a build Intel my a under whd1 circumstance they May lie chartered and under what revoked. The present Federal debt which is one stands manufacturer1�?T 1 a a invention met this time at Rath Iff Maine it was a convention of the a id a Wenera and shipbuilder of Mai he. Shipbuilding is the chief Branch of manufacture pursued by the people of Maine. To that they Affrie Almaral Tuat Lilly. Fhe agricultural returns for great retain which have recently been de Lepre ent Ruerat Uedoi nmn is of the greatest question As it now have Long been trained their skill is Industry for Many Yeara was the boast of All americans and rightly diced and without fear. Counted one of our most important the Law and Proem Matlon made Means to wealth by the Federal government during our tie Callow the shipbuilder con Lilg civil War will be examined and mention Astoria a Shafto Well known upon and their Validity and Toat the important Branch of Manu j a facture i a lepers set and ruined. Of lir 0ouflthat Wka in Ufa ii. People to disc will be viewed in the Light of legality and reason in Reju named grip Hidur. Of his two great rival harrier was dead Aud Van bract was/38,k16, in a Galley impartially decked. To Tyr Labory tem which existe 1 for upward of two in refitting a it has dred Yeara under which foie not we shall there outfit any one when we Axy _ j Bun we pro a i i a Rte culture internal improvement and the Mechanic arts equal to any country possessing no better climate than Oura will acc cavy that attention in poll relation agriculture hear toward the various Mii Eror government a str Klug than Oura win receive v of Confidence in which the to which such a question in political Economy deserve. The relation that enjoying in re raise the honors of the Academy of inscriptions and Belle let tres. / by the Universal consent therefore m. Brunet was Pronov Ucell the first of French bibliographers. I a it is in the fir to three editions a it of his Man Well known that while we use it i to.ue/, m. Brunet had done Little More build ships for the rest of the world than compile. He bad availed him since the Tariff made dear most of the self freely and with admirable disc rim materials Tny eel in this Branch of Manu Lunation of the catalogues of Gabriel facture this bit knee has left our Martin Ami his successor. The suede shove. Our slow neighbors of Nova of the Siho Date etcher Var determined Scotia and new Brunswick now build him to prepare a fourth edition of the More ship than the whole United Mamut it Aoji eared in 1844, and was state our shipyards where thousands in effect a new work erudite thought of the most skillful of american me Ful and to some extent iconoclastic. That the of Viscount branches of Commerce Trade and other Chanca formerly Laboured Are now fora War of words sprang up Over Ira to a a to a a. A it it. A y. A Al a a i. ? aft an Immi a la ii if it Listol a mria a it f to Imam sit Iovia 1 land Sinois and m. Gueroult Rees vral total Pill in american political econ the most part a deserted great number Sitkus. Iduru Iii aug Envoi we Usu raw Mic repeated protest Flora the am Embly. Omy will receive a urge share of Dis of workmen who had Learned by year Hie first of these speaker Oom rented cumin and attention. A of intelligent application one or other its of the of the Dit Breut industries concerns in i reviewed the manufacture of ships have been it red if added to be results for Ireland published by the Ito Gistar general bring up the Nufo Liers for the unite it King it Mas follow under Corn crops of All kinds in a War. 1 .4.7�?o7 car in 1867, against 11,46,817 acre returned in 1866. Under wheat the number of Are was ,�i2,w3 in 1867. Against 3,-648,584 in 1666. The number a if cattle was h,6uu,338 ill 1867, against 8,5 11,9521 in 1866 and the number of Shet a was 38,816,963 in 1867, against 26,822,563 in 1866. The Estl Raate popu Latiin of the United kingdom in 1867 was 36,157,239, so that the number of Mouths per a i Render All kinds of com crop w As 1�4, in great Britain the population in 1867 was 55,600,267, and the number of Mouth per acre under All kinds of com crop was 1 64. In England and Wale a a the a population in 1867 was 21,429,308, and the number of Mouths per acre under All find of com crops a 270. In hot Sud the population in 1867 was 3,170,760, and the number of Mouths Jer acre under All kind of Corn crops was 282 in Ireland the population in 1967 a 5,556,9<k, and the number of Mouths per acre under All kinds of com the number of Mouths 9j crops was 263. A Little before the publication of this j per acre under wheat in 1867, in each hiw1 via Wal negotiation to Europe tons Wulc mining As Well As tha exports of the duly re it Leal Economy metals the Philosoph we a knowl compelled by the to Stile legislation of a specially on Public and International Law on War Aud Iran Kra on diplomatic nations and the balance of Power from several con id a Klch he thus presented and which we shall abstain or refitting he denies a charge or wan. We have now to Deal with. Could format against the govern a president who deposed the govern wages. Not Only has shipbuilding left Kraut. And who would believe or of eight Rita Tea and also their leg1 our shores but no ppr arara la the will he july Irv Cwm of political Economy comic lieu 1 few new issues the protectionists to abandon the Trade pm but few As in which they were skilled and turn to utmost in to another w Here with less skill the course earn As it gives an Kumog fam on the Isla Tures. We have to Deal with Gay a a present Tariff that american ships Are work Charles no Siler died. A few Days before his death he said of m. Brunei a the has written but one Book be will never write another but he will give to that one Book hts whole life and it win be a m. Nodier knew i friends character. Scarcely had the fourth edition left the press when the author was at work of a i filth. With this task he busied himself Twenty Yeara. When it was Fin /. A 7 Ltd of the several div isms of the Kii it it for was As follow a United King for 830 great Britain 7 30 England and Wales 58 Rico stand 27 54 Praia us 2122. Out of 1vu acres under crops of All kind in each division of the kingdom in 1667, the following the proper tonal number for pro port

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