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    Newspaper Headlines: 19th Century (45 items)

    We last updated our site on 26-Nov-2017. The next update is scheduled for 06-Jan-2018.

    This listing of newspaper headlines deals primarily with newspapers from the 1800s. There may be a few representatives of older papers in other newspaper lists, as well, but most are represented on this listing. Also, consider reviewing the two catalogs on this site under the headings - Art: Prints, Harper's Weekly. These are tear sheets of original Harper's Weekly images... nearly 400 of them, all in cardboard-backed plastic sleeves.

     



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    CH0593E
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE SATURDAY BLADE. Chicago, Illinois. June 23, 1894. Large line art wood cut on front page showing a freak accident during a Nebraska cyclone when Rufus Woody of Sioux County, together with his horse, is blown through the roof of a shed and lands uninjured. Some edge chipping left margin. Complete 8 pages. From bound edition. Interesting news with equally interesting advertisements. $5.00


    CH0597E
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE SATURDAY BLADE. Chicago, Illinois. July 21, 1894. Large front page line art wood cut of severe fighting, men and horses falling, reporting on the Pullman boycott - "Death Among Bursting Shells and Whizzing Bullets, Exercise drill of a Detachment of United States Troops in Chicago ended by the explosion of a Caisson - Four soldiers Killed, Others Injured and Houses in one of the Finest Sections of the City Mombarded." Much coverage of Eugene Debs, president of the American Railway Union. Complete 8 pages. From bound edition. Interesting news with equally interesting advertisements. $15.00


    CH0624E
    Newspaper 19th Century: POMEROY'S DEMOCRAT. "Democratic at all Times and Under all Circumstances." New York. Mar 30, 1870. Features: Stanton's Insult to White Soldiers, No Set Back to the Labor Movement, Breaking up news Monopoly, Why Working Men Should Act with the Democratic Party, What Andrew Jackson Thought of Banks and Paper Money." Nice ads. Complete 8p. Good. $10.00


    CH0625E
    Newspaper 19th Century: POMEROY'S DEMOCRAT. "Democratic at all Times and Under all Circumstances." New York. Mar 23, 1870. Features: Cause of the Decline in Gold, Benson Smith-The Woman Insulter, Demoralizing Education, Imperialism in Washington, Emigration from Southern Europe, The Federation of Labor Societies, Self-Help at Last for Working Women." Nice ads. Complete 8p. Good. $10.00


    CH0626E
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE EMANCIPATOR, Dec 24, 1845. "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land, Unto All the Inhabitants Thereof." Boston, Mass. Correspondence between Hon. Benjamin Butler and Hon. William Jay takes several front page columns. Also, Emancipation by Will, Free Negroes in Missouri, The Brooklyn Bible Argument, Congress News. Advertising. Complete 4 pages. Good. $17.00


    CH0627E
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE EMANCIPATOR AND WEEKLY CHRONICLE, July 16, 1845. "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land, Unto All the Inhabitants Thereof." Boston, Mass. The Whig Defeat in New York, Maine State Convention, Cassius M. Clay - true American, The New postage, Liberty Ticket. Advertising. Complete 4p. Good. $16.00


    CH0633E
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW-YORK SPECTATOR. No. 60 Wall Street. Apr 29, 1825. Features and news, Navigation of the St. Lawrence Debate in the Assembly. Latest news from England. Values on the London markets. Complete 4-year curriculum for the Newark Institute for Young Ladies. 2" tear in top margin. Complete 4p. Good. $10.00


    CH0634E
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW-YORK AMERICAN. Oct 17, 1826. Long article on the Senate's "intercourse with the British Colonies," ship arrivals. Entire last page is Weekly Review of the New York Market. Complete 4p. Good. $10.00


    N011A
    Newspaper 19th Century: BOSTON POST. Apr 2, 1868. Lengthy page 2 Impeachment Article, Trial of President Andrew Johnson, third day's proceedings. $9.50


    N011B
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE PHILADELPHIA PRESS. Aug 12, 1867. Several articles from Washington relating to advising President Andrew Johnson to resign. $12.00


    Item N013Item N013
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. Oct 3, 1848. Page 2 announcement, Whig Nominations, For President, Zachary Taylor, For Vice President, Millard Fillmore plus listing of presidential electors and deliberations. $20.00


    Item N014Item N014
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW YORK TIMES & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCER. Feb 25, 1840. Page 2 endorsement for William H. Harrison For President and Joh Tyler For Vice President plus lengthy articles on the subject. $20.00


    N015
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE TAUNTON (MA) DEMOCRAT. May 20, 1853. Major coverage on the struggles of the Constitutional Conventions in Massachusetts; also an article that the Whig Party is defunct. $10.00


    CH0096A
    Newspaper 19th Century: ALBANY WEEKLY PATRIOT. Albany, NY June 22 & 29, 1843. (2 consecutive issues). First issue carries a lengthy front page story (several columns long) of "Kissame: A Tale of American Slavery" by the editor. The second issue is a continuation of the story. Some other stories of note: "The Slave Trade of the Ohio River", "Slavery in Washington", "The Address to the Slaves", "Woman's Rights", "To the Albany Female A.S. Society", "Celebration of the Completion of the Bunker Hill Monument", "Negro Shrewdness in South Carolina", "Freemen Made Slaves; Kidnapping in Washinton", "Mistaken Views of Slavery", "Texas and the Union", "Southern Morality", "Blood stained Money" (anti-Irish), "Ontario County Anti-Slavery Convention", "Scenes at Bunker Hill--Address to John Tyler", "Anniversary of the Illinois Anti-Slavery Society" and more! In very good condition, except left hand margin is somewhat ragged, obviously from a bound edition at some time. $40.00


    CH0097A
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE LEVER. Chicago, IL Sept 8, 1887. "No License for the Liquor Traffic in Any form or for Any Price" is part of top front page masthead. Much prohibitionist news, e.g. "The Massacusetts Convention", "Open Saloons in Iowa, The Republican Party Too Weak or Too Careless to Enforce State Law", "No Sunday Saloons for St. Louis", "The German Catholics, They Have No Use for the Public Schools or Labor Organizations"...4p Very good. $20.00


    CH0099A
    Newspaper 19th Century: EMANCIPATOR AND FREE AMERICAN. Boston. May 25, 1843. As part of top masthead, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land, Unto all the Inhabitants Thereof". Lengthy front page coverage on Omens of Democracy, how many of the Democratic legislators and the Democratic presses are picking up the winds of change that the Whigs have been articulating for some time, i.e. Ohio's repeal of the Black Act, Repeal of Intermarriage Law, and the Democratic Massachusetts Legislature passing the Latimer bill. Very interesting, illus ballot on page 2 whereby the newspaper supports The Liberty Ticket, nominated by the National Convention in New York, For President, James G. Birney, of Michigan, For Vice President, Thomas Morris of Ohio and also listing various gubernatorial candidates for several states which they endorse, plus a great illustration of The Cedar of Lebanon tree in the center of the ballot. Really a great ballot! Very good condition except for a stain appearing at lower left section of paper. Still great, particularly the ballot! $50.00


    CH0103A
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW-ORLEANS COMMERCIAL BULLETIN. New Orleans, LA Nov 2 & Nov 4, 1868 (2 issues). From Nov 2 issue, front page, center top, carries endorsement ballot of the paper for "National Democratic Ticket, For President, Horatio Seymour of New York, For Vice President, Frank P. Blair, of Missouri, plus listing Congressional candidates and electors, followed by an editorial, "The Election Tomorrow". Interesting story, "New Orleans Needs Peace Whoever May Become President". The Nov 4 issue, two days later, gives a lot of election coverage by state and area, referred as "Returns from all points" e.g. Alabama Probably for Seymour, Wisconsin Goes Republican, Kentucky Democratic by 50,000 and New Hampshire & Connecticut Both Go For Grant, but no actual statement of the winner! (Ah, the good old days without having the media rehashing it in detail before the polls close!) Both issues very good. $50.00


    N1000
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE NEW-YORK TIMES. July 10, 1868. "The Democratic Convention; Unanticipated Result of the Five Days' Struggle; Ex-Gov. Horatio Seymour Nominated for President; Gen. Francis P. Blair Proposed for Vice-President; How the People of the Country Receive the Nominations; The Republicans Pleased and the Democrats Astonished" A lot of articles relating to the convention, the candidates and the party's planks. 6p. $12.50


    N1001
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE CLINTON REPUBLICAN (Wilminton, Ohio). Jan 21, 1859. Several interesting stories and a number of advertisements. One article relates the discussion of the U.S. Senate offering to allow the President to put a down payment on the purchase of Cuba. 4p. Some foxing. $5.00


    N1002
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE IOWA STATE LEADER (Des Moines, Iowa). Jan 14, 1879. Column headlines include "A Reprieve for Convicted Molly Maguires Thirty Seconds Too Late," "Senate Passes the Bill Appropriating $250,000 for a National Museum," "The House Considring the Claims of Survivors of the Various Wars," New York Chooses their Delegates to the National Militia Convention in New York City." 4p. $8.00


    N1003
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW YORK TRIBUNE. Aug 5, 1859. published by Horace Greeley. 8p. full of news - local and national - and advertising. The Tribune issue is written in the Greeley casual (and often opinionated) fashion, for example, his intro. to the printed letter from the Gov. of Virginia, calling it a "wisey" letter. Long article on the Association for the Advancement of Science and the Commemoration Day at Oxford. $10.00


    N1004
    Newspaper 19th Century: HARTFORD WEEKLY TIMES. July 11, 1868. Much coverage on the Democratic National Convention being held in New York with delegates being enthusiastic and confident of victory. The second page includes a Times' flag graphic supporting Horatio Seymour of New York for President and Gen. Frank P. Blair of Missouri for Vice-President. Most of the 4 pages relate to the convention and the candidates. $20.00


    N1005
    Newspaper 19th Century: GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES. (Philadelphia, PA) Mar 20, 1793. Major article relates to the House of Representatives' discussions on the conduct of the Secretary of the Treasury and whether or not he had acted legally. 2p. Very good. $30.00


    N1006
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE MORNING CHRONICLE (London, England) Nov 26, 1817. Four pages packed full of local and British news, plus advertising. Very good. Nearly 200 years old. $6.00


    N1007
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE MORNING CHRONICLE (London, England) July 19, 1819. Four pages packed full of local and British news, plus advertising. Very good. Nearly 200 years old. $6.00


    N1008
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE MORNING CHRONICLE (London, England) July 30, 1819. Four pages packd full of local and British news, plus advertising. Very good. Nearly 200 years old. $6.00


    N1009
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE MORNING CHRONICLE (London, England) Sept 25, 1819. Four pages packed full of local and British news, plus advertising. Very good. Nearly 200 years old. $6.00


    N1010
    Newspaper 19th Century: UTICA EVENING TELEGRAPH. May 28, 1860. Mostly local news and advertising, but delightful descriptions. For two nights Mchanics' Hall will hold a production featuring the Campbell Minstrels. Also, the R. Sands Gigantic Combination Circus is coming to town, complete with parade being led by the Grand Chariot of Apollo, drawn by a tam of gigantic mules, followed by the Fairy Equipage of Cinderella drawn by a tam of 20 shetland trick ponies, then the Great Spanish Contortionist, from El Corso, Madrid. 2p. Very good. $6.00


    N1011
    Newspaper 19th Century: DAILY DISPATCH (Richmond, VA) June 21, 1872. Features on upcoming demonstrations by the Greeley Clubs and on the dead at Gettysburg. 4p. Very good. $5.00


    N1012
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW YORK TIMES AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCER. Feb. 25, 1840. Second page has the newspaper's endorsement: For President William H. Harrison, For Vice President John Tyler with lengthy article. 4p. Very good. $10.00


    N1013
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE TAUNTON (MA) DEMOCRAT. May 20, 1853. Large multi-page feature on how the state of Massachusetts is struggling over the Constitutional Convention. 4p. Very Good. $4.00


    N1014
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. Oct 3, 1848. Page two has the newspaper's endorsement of Whig candidates Zachary Taylor for President and Millard Fillmore for Vice President. 4p. Very Good. $9.00


    N1015
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE PHILADELPHIA PRESS. Aug 12, 1867. Several articles from Washington relating to advising President Andrew Johnson to resign. 8p. Very good. $10.00


    N1016
    Newspaper 19th Century: NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. June 22, 1858. 8p. Very Good. $5.00


    N1017
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE NEW YORK TIMES. Jan 19, 1866. News from Washington includes the adoption of the Equal Suffrage Bill, a bill to admit Colorado to the Union and the Senate Debate on Reconstruction is continued. 8p. Partially water-stained. $3.00


    N1018
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE DEMOCRAT (Athens, PA). Sept 23, 1876. Page two has a great 6-3/4" x 6" woodcut endorsement "Our National Standard Bearers" with images of both Samuel J. Tilden and Thomas A. Hendricks for President/Vice President. Several features, plus the Democratic Platform are also included in this issue. 4p. Very good. $25.00


    N1019
    Newspaper 19th Century: AMERICAN WHIG (Taunton, Mass) May 19, 1853. "The Duties and Prospects of the Whig Party" 4p. Very good. $10.00


    N1020
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE HANGMAN (Boston, Mass) "I shall ask for the Abolition of the Pnalty of Death until I have the Infalibility of Human Judgment demonstrated to me"... Lafayette. (part of masthead). Major feature, with wood cut image, "Eastern State Penitentiary, Pennsylvania, A Description of the Penitentiary" with other features including, "Ohio Penitentiary," "Refuge of the Gallows," "Liberation of the Prisoner," ssays on the Punishment of Death" and "Under Sentence of Death!" listing those (by state) scheduled to die. 4p. Very good. This is a weekly newspaper. $16.00


    N1021
    Newspaper 19th Century: BOSTON POST. Apr 2, 1868. Proceedings on the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson. 4p. Very Good. $10.00


    N1022
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE WOMAN'S JOURNAL (Boston, Chicago and St. Louis) Mar 18, 1871. "The Effect of Woman's Suffrage on Woman," "the `New Declaration of Independence'," "Mrs. Almira Lincoln Phelps' Pronunciamento," "Woman's Rights in Burmah," "Women in Post Offices," "The Coming Woman; And the Woman Who Has Come," plus other articles and letters. 8p. Very good. $15.00


    N1023
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE BALTIMORE SUN. NOv 11, 1861. The War News, Respect to General Scott, Latest News from the South, What Gen. Fremont's Friends Say, plus local news and advertisements. 4p. $5.00


    N1024
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE BALTIMORE SUN. Mar 12, 1862. The Sinking of the Cumberland, News from Fortress Monroe, The Desperate Struggle for Iron-Clad Gunboats, Burning of the Gunboat Whitehall, war news and correspondence. 4p. Very Good. $5.00


    N1025
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE AGE (Philadelphia, PA). Aug. 3, 1867. "The Whitey-Black Convention at Richmond," "Hunnicutt and Botts on the Stand," "Sheridan's Bid for the Presidency appreciated," "The Trial of John H. Surratt; Speech of Mr. Bradley for the Defense," "A Southern View of the Political Situation," "Negro Conventions in the South," "The Perils of Celibacy" and more... 4p. $10.00


    N1026
    Newspaper 19th Century: THE LEVER (Chicago, IL). Three issues - Apr 3, Apr 10, Apr 17, 1890. (prohibition newspaper). Cause is Growing, Prohibition Marching Bravely on to Victory; The Race Conflict, The Question of Negro and White Rulership in the South; The Battle Won, Iowa Rescued and Prohibition Safe Forever; Another Crusade, Missouri Mothers Believe in Protecting Their Off-spring; Election Returns, Encouraging Reports from all Sections of the Country, many more articles. Pages are split at center fold and very brittle; but great coverage of state conventions and other news over the battles of wet vs. dry. $7.50


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