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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 January 1861

THE DAILY PliESa ta Mkha dnr wongajs ot.opted) t KBNJtV It EBJaJ efe OO.j , rBorRiiTOBg. ' trrfc"-TijJi-T., of. ovnaM-aoon, VHI OTBOIB "ATI DA1LT PBlsM to ellvr te berlBer In Olnolnnatl, Oovtngtoa aod gnrroundlng eltlM ul tewna, at ( th. extremely low frlo. of TBI CENTS A VI K ( rATl.L. TO TUB UUIUi Parr, nr Mn,iw. Plngl. Copt, 9 0" en. nth, 40o.; three month, fit I on year, B t. AMUSEMENTS. I 1 MICK'S OPKRA-nOrSB.-K. N. PI KB. Proprietor V. t. OSUTB, btAg It loafer I J. F. Huiih. Tntnnr, MI88"8ALLIK St. CLAIB In two Beautiful Oharaoter.. THIS XTININO, January It, will be preMntoi MABBIAGB MILITA1RB. . Clarissa, Mis. Htilllo 8t Clair; Marquis, Mr. Jen nings; Col. Ferrer, Mr. Chaplin; Bernard, Mr. Lanagan. After which th. ' TAIBY OF BOMB) Oa, TBI PilHTia'i Damn. Orlttel, the Art luff Wife, and Aturmie, th. Fair? of Home, Mim8.IU.8t. Clair; Human Van Lea ping, Mi. Taylor. Te conclude with otjb GAL. Caroline Morton, with Song and Dunce, Hit! Fanny Dunham! Edward Dim, Mr. Chaplin. Id ac...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HENIIY RBBDItOO, ' arrow in PBusaiama. official riPKit or thi oitt. BATt KB-4Y. -J4NI7AKY 14 To Correspondents. So nolle taVen of anonytaoa Commanleatlnpa. WLetertr la Intended r lnrtlo mint be authen ticated by tii mm and Milm of the writer -not nme'S.rilr fcr publication, but aa a iraarantee for bit good faith. Do rot writ oa both (idea of tb Bbc-t. All loiters rb .n!4 ba addressed to H. BRET A 00. Br jeted 0 mmuntcatlons not returned, unlaw by perlel r;et. Tiik teaher Marion lias bcn returned to Iter owner, South Carolina, guaranteeing to pnj the owners for the loss they bare sus tained hy ner purchaee and detention. This is donlitlep in consequence of the pacific news from Washington. It skmcs that while Mississippi goes out, she is willing to allow the Union to carry the mails in her territory the same as before. This is Tery kind in Mississippi, and it it to be hoped will be properly appreciated by the General GoTernment, which has been all along paying: a han...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 January 1861

WANTED. w ARTS' "rOH BALK." " F Wllulnllm will ninenu ,. , KONV tm. A- 4Vv IKTRD-t GOOD 01BI-To 0 general Onttrr end Lino. JalJ-b WW itftV I aiani rifwiun . -. , . -- ; Addreee Pol 1 Al, Poefc-fnce. JalS b -TANTFO-A BITUaTIiiN Vlf ANTF Ir A Ml l ua t-r woman, m I.adv'e Kumotu uuniaKoeaer. A.nlTat Alii Oolnmbln-at. f wj-ANTItl-ltlTl!ATIN-BrAvonng woman, ' f" u aenmatma or chambermaid Id a Prlvat. U.n. mh,. MART, ihla office. iall-b XNTfl.-CABl'KriNa AND QIIICICN.S- WA RK-Fnr whl. h board wnntd he taken In exchin..T Addrea. I. h. through the Pt- onic. . jan-n I imr AINTI'.D A Glttli-'i'o Iron and help to do k WW .nn.ral nnnaework. Wood ratarenc. a ao- i And Central A. jAll-b WANTED-A tU V HIRIj toao Ainerai h, nrk. Apr.li At the nortli-wnst ooroer '.cf Fourth and B) csmnre-t . tbird Buor, Room 1. ljen-if-j ",4rANTKM0NICT--rmnorg ana wneeung : T T Moaer BOjT-tf will I bonght at tVe bt rutea. JAfl r t AI,1 at ihhlbrh, No. 1 Kaal r"ront-atreet. hit AJTt1 TO R It NT A oomfortalilo fnr. w ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. cTrmi- .JANUARY 11 THE CONSOLATION. rThai " plaintive poem, br Them B .v...n mi he md more than one with plenrICn. PMl! ' All within and nil without me tm a melancholy thrill : And th riartni-M bangs about me, Oh. how still I To my feet the river glldetn, Tbtongh the ahailow, sullen, dartc ; On the stream Uie white moon ridtth, Ll.eaba'k And the linden ln abort me. Till I thin anuie th nes there he, In ibia dmary woilrt that lot me ' JCvruaiel Gentle flowers are springing near me, hhrdd n in'ft breath around; Connttet voicns rise, to cheer me, y rom tlie gmut d I And the lime bird enmea I Hear II In tlie tell ai d windy sine, Pou- the -adnc of it trit Into mli-e ; There It swine and sing elmv ill's 1 ill 1 think some thing there be, In thie dreary world that love me- Evea al Now the moon n Boated t" me, On the strewn I see its e ear. Swinging, boat-like, at 'twould woo m Far away And the Mar bend from the axnr 1 could reach them where I lie. And the; whlsjwr all the...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS, sgenbhedaUy UsanOev,BOtelcptM)Bf " .XBrH.Y ktkiMo j do. PBOPBItTOBS. nv-rari-lT.iOrr. emrnra-HOUSB. . . tub oTBonmTi daily pkkss ii deiiveree tt (Ubestakers la Cincinnati, Ontisrtea sat . aaironBdlng eltlee and towns, at ? the ettreBiely low Brio of , r ' r IITIN CKNIS A VTM Ki '' PAVASLB TO TUB tlBBIBBV Finn) o BTart.twB. Plnitlo etretea, 9 ml oae oath, 4O0.1 three months, 9 a ; one year, t)4. - - save 1f 111 (flUlf voi; IV. NO. 144. CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, 'JANUARY 14. 1861. " PRICK ONE CENT ADVERT ISEMKNT3 INSERTED IT THE fOUOUI.HB MTU : -3CX1XUVX0, 0-tVIX. ' ' AdTertwesacnta, not exceeding Eve Unas (agte) I OMfneertloa.a4 r SB i n lsertlme.Mei aa. lit la.ertloBe.. 1 l'A4 lnseriioas.Zlria aV iavrgar adrertlesBMnai laesrtud at tha fcllawtral ' rates par square of tea Unset COIII lnsert1ens.'..$J ach additional. V? Ml Ins-rtloee....... I J,, tBBartioiMw... 1 f i tti laawatoaa-. 1 JOB I'HINTINO ' la alt Vea Braeehea dee JvriH e r AMUSEMENTS. PIKK'fl OFKRA-nOirsi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1861

nWll? nilTV TlY7GlCI X Jtl JJAIJ J I ' XlVTiOO. UKNY XiKl CO, dttow a rormTOM. ornciiAL paper or thb jitt. HOBDAY ...JANWABYT To Correspondents. He notice Uken ef Anonymon Ooramtmlcetlon. Wnalerer t Iptand.d for leeertlon mu.1 be autheo. ttot4 by the him ud ddr ef tee wrlter-not neceerll' for publication, nrntee for bin icoed faith. Do not aril en betta M of the sheet. All letten ehoold be .ddrowed to H. B.KKD ft CO. Btjeeted Communication not retorted, onlee by peclel rennet. " Arrival of the Brooklyn Off Charleston Harbor—Major Anderson Negotiating. The dispatche from Charleston indicate nuch anxiety on the part of the South Car olinians for tome peaceful way out of the contest with Fort Sumter and an armed res icl of the Gorernment, now that it grows Imminent. They also tbow considerable hesitation in Major Anderson, about resort ing to the prompt measures to protect the entrance of United States ressels into the harbor, that he intimated ia bis letter to Gorernor Pickens. Cut It...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1861

WANTED. "WANTS," "roB BA1R." -r0 !." V.Titaementa e-ele mw (Ii-m heeitlnaw. net ea- d1n At linos, will heleaert.n twice fr -Iftenii, rANTFI-A Intelligent girl to do the cook- V log, waahing arid hp'i.pwi.rlt of a family of four eersnis. Apply A? Oeorge-at. JaU -BwrANTKI A O-ered Spring , light If ana large, either with or without a bin, for on work. A4dreee II. W. B., too-to IS I, l-oltodlDO h WAlSTKO-TO all.KIJKANTS AND OHl-KB8-I hsre a horse, or two horsee, with A WtfAllt to Mrs, with nneelr. Wegee saoaeretiv Adni-eaa MAT. for one week. Press Uffloo. Jal4-1 7 ANTKH 8ITn ATION Br a boy. Id agro. ' cerr Btorn or mIood. or would be wlVinm to at And learn tit nhueinakluv tra-ift, mt to be a job rintr. Arlrirfwa U . H., Ilitu offlfj. jM d Vfr''r'Krr'0DR ''NE1' OOAT-BASTBHS V V Kone but good hands ne-d apr-ly. Alo, for rent, two room up stair. Apply at 159 Olerk. atreet. jalS-be WANTKn-BITUACION-Br a ml.lclle aged lady, as Housekeeper, or to do chamnerwcrk, Andreas Mrs. A. H. H., this o...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1861

"W,,-I,W,B"B THE DAILY PRESS. .JANUARY 14 [From the Lancaster (Ohio) Fireside.] PALINGENESIA PALINGENESIA BY. A. P. MILLER. Ve rmn trie winter morning '' And the bid pele wn, nway lo tbe west, It biding behind the tmi. Dim, thin and pale, on Jm of the hill. It sinks ewer from tin night, like the vanishing shoal of splendid world That died in the iky lest night. The winter sun Is gone to its grave In the west, like a king that ilM, Ai d the big bright mciu anH up 1 the Bast, Redeemed and glonlied. 0, Mwa thought ! there III no death, And perfe. t l'c uor? ' P,n' . t rd alar, and inoons, and suns, and men Ihat aei, nut rlM again. THE CITY OF THE DEAD. The silent city of the Bleeping dead I w,.r ,-nter with a halloweil n art ana tr,-,,,. Hor I That trifc Nor bring ne worldly thought or .park t.f atril . . .i .i . . .v... ..ini.k lirMin In lift : lltiti thither flowers, and strew the narrow bedl Let Order, Peace, their holy influence snea; f o humble virtue pay the irlbnte . O'er maiihu...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 January 1861

t THE 'DAILY; PRESS. " In pkUih4 deny U)uaayi io saospted) Mr , KSNHV IlKRD As CO., .. i . , raorai itobs. ... i i eriscw rm-wtorr. mwton-wnwm. tat OISTOIAftATI DAILY PBK88 M teHvere te , , , rsbsoribers In Cincinnati, Oovtagtoa and ' ' surrounding cities and towns, at ' tha extremely low arte of , I1T1M OlXTl A W B K ravum torn uum, Paten, at tt,. Single eoplsa, 9 nettta til ' enth, 40e. th mcsiths, )! ion. year, S4. AMUSEMENTS. HIKE'S OPERA-IIOi:8E.-t. N. PIKE, M. Iroprietur; 0. T.Smith, Stag Manager J, I'. IIf.miiit, Treasurer. Continued snccoss of the beautiful and accom plished Arllate, MISS SALLII 81. CLAIB. THIS EVKKIKfl, Jennary 15, anil every night nntil further notice, attar many weeks of prepara tion, will be produced, with all the ailjunets neces ary to give proper efff ct to thla most startling of modern dramatic romances, the great sensational drama of THE WOMAN 15 WHITE. Lsnra Farlle, Miss Bnlll Bt Olalr; Oonnt Foaco, Mr. Taylor; Sir Perrlval Olrde, Mr. Bherirlanj Wal...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. 1J - HKNUY HKEU fcCO- nnnii ana rrmN or r loi al fafjck or th citt. TI'.!DAY..... . JANI AR 13 i I To Correspondents. Ho aottre takes ef Aaoarroea. Oomiannicatlons. WbatMer to Intended tor bisection mint be anthen. Irated br the aemeaad aiitlrnss of the writer -not nriefssrll. fnt pnbllratlnn, but M miarenleo f ir tl.itocd fslth.- Ho act rrte on both iHn of the aheet. All Mien slionM be sdrtros.ed to H. R F.ED A CO. ft jested Communication, not retnraed, nnlesa by Etiquette in Public Meetings. A communication in another column calls upon our cotPmpornry of th Enquirer to jrrfat and publish a "Code of Etiquette,'' o be f ed bj- people wbo attend pnblic meet ings, teaching them ubat sentiments, und b ben to applaud. The idea is a pood one, w ftw will deny to our cotemporary aa ele gance and finish tlint admirably qualifies Lira Tor fuch an undertaking. When tha notk makes its appearance, we intend to fut outfelvcs through a course of twining, accotdirg to ifs directio...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 January 1861

WANTED. "wants." "roa bal," "Fob hint," IiQrlT." "FOCND." "BOAHPTNO." ..- wrtlsementa coming nw th6M headings, not eg. feeding IwllMl, will ha Inserted twins for tA.t win, )0OI IRb To wab Iis i d took, at 8 West gvsnlh-st. )alo-b in neea jal d mVANTFO-A ft lUint, It VwtaVtKO-A SITUATION-Bv a bo,, WW arnrerv store or saloon. Good retrene given. Addrees H, H., IhlaoMc. 1VANTED-A V FF.MALK fumin of two Hn fticbaKad It. , 8 KB, VAN T For a Apply At No. 'JT. J jatn.le ilTAISTED-A GlltL-To ennk and do house. 'f I walk, Kt i:s waii owim n. tnendation teo,ulrd. A rocm. Jal.l-h" WAHTfcM-SITrJATION-riy a young girl, to do rliamherwnrk end sewing, or to help to do washing ud ironing. Apply t S3 "lMrn;''i npslalis. , . iat, ltiANTMB-A UIKL To'do homework for a bit nil family. In Newport, Ky. Apply III V1 Medlsonst., between Bemtoga-at. and Mat row. jalo b -w , I x t r n & r't.vnrAd rm-lns Waffon. l'ffht TV iiif laiao. f Itlier with or without a h 'Me, . tr one etk. Addles U. W, Iistonloe B ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 January 1861

: i TUB DAILY IDKHnY,.. JANUARY 19 THE SNOW. An anftly as on Mountain lr Beatitudes "riert, A iintiH the Liley lmd among tho word Hi it Telly M in Psradlne the feet of angels Ml, As they lingoicd on lb Ladder, a she waited at the Well Bo did i he dear old Mountains lay the (parkllng Winter down, TJpoo (he poor dumb bosom of k world to Bare ana Ho nolewiTr an silently I Bach radiance and As ifasnowy wing ahtmlrt foW upon a sparrow's breast. Far thrtnth trie o:m, uncertain air, wnuesMii, uu soil and slow, . , .... ,. Tho 4 mny, drowsy feet untold, tread ont the world me know : TJpon the pi uV greea fingers set. Base alter Hake And flVrker'w'lth a fcebl light amid the shadowy Vvoti the mradows broad and brown where maids and mowers sine: ; ... , . Upon the pastures bright with gold the Dandelions jpon t"ierim-jard'e homeljr realm-on rick and ruggi d bars, m . .. f ill riven oak ai d strawy heap were domes and sil ver spare. , ,x. , , Tlio cottage was an Eastern dream, with alabaster An...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1861

THE t DAILY PKES3. la pMl.hd drif Unnl7l prompted) hr i JQNIlY ItlGTCU A) OO.i' .. f . , FBOPBIETOUA. , , trtk-a Tia-n.iOrr. ocrrpM-BOtMB. tan OTHUI."ATI BAILI FBBSi to dllvred to subscribers la OinetnnaU, OcviBa-tcTS and aammBdlnt eitlg lad towM, at Mm extremely tow priee o m I1T1N OINTI A WE H, Pavaiui torn oiufiif " f at ArMw.' "Ingle eBptaa, etl onth, 40o. three month. 01 ( ii year. Ti t. pttili VOL. IY. NO. 14G. CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16. 1861. PRICE ONE CENT ADVERT I SEMENTS MRnTtD T IKE FOU.0WIN3 MTU: isi rnr Avtleavats,aoodlf tvltasfafa)t ts Insertion ft .11 a laon-Mm.,.-...! 14 urtlooA. I B I 94 Insertions.., i A48 Larger advartuwaxeaf inserted at the tollnrratf . rates p.rMar of tea lineal One t 1 i..MA . Pack additluaal. iBarttoaa.. 1 9 !naerttna..Mf; 4 laaerttoBA,, JOB PHINTmO ,. la a Hm Ara-wr.ee arm wwtj er ed 4lsTMj AMUSEMENTS. HIKK'M OFKRA-HOUSE.-H. N. PIKE, I iroprletor; ). T. Baitb, Btago Hanaer; J. t. Hebat, Tie.surer. Contlnntd .acces ef the beaat...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1861

k. i Jul v ( ! THE DAILY 'PRESS. 1. V ItKKJJ c CO, MTOMUl OIFIOlAli I'AFIB Of TH t'lTT. WKDNFMMT.. within To Correspondents. Ho notice taken ' Anonynion. Communications. Vb.teve r I Intended for Insertion mint be anthen. Moated by tbe umt and address ol the writer-net nodssrltr nWlrtto, bat M a guarantee far hli rood Mth. Do not writ ol both sldts of the beet. ' All leltere enfold tx addressed to H. It EEC A 00. Rejected Communications not returned, nnlem br special raoae.i. ' Police Investigation. The police force, at a meeting to consider tl.e death of the two policemen who were kil'ed by -the Lohrers, resolved that the deed w done "by an inscrutable dispensa tion of divine Providence." This professional 0)iir ion, of gentlemen of great experience in this line, is entitled to much weight. Prob ably on the strength of this, the Lohrers plead not guilty. Charleston Promising not to Steal. Charleston bus driven air trade away from her harbor "by robbing every thing she could lay her ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1861

WANTED. ewTTS," "ro 8 A 1.0," "TOH I.liHT." .1111 Mil." " H AHI IN wertteements rmlr l wider lb hewlina. i ot . ewrdlng Sv. Unas, will be inserted twloe for 43 nana.. wsjxjiTftr-GIRi.-To general bonseworr, W V At lt4 WP Jrinil-BT. jale-b MiriKTKIl-A raw HOVRDERS-At 101 vv Loraworth St., near Jn tin. Jala O- rtenced Buttun-holA Maker, V 7 ilH'il i Sixth "t. jeu-n- WANTBU-A HI rUATIC Ai bo-,k-kee,.er by yonne Herman, with dry raferenceg. Please addrae. 8 N A i ol t, tc or i-ii ' v mm ny a vnunar man ny it vnun Oorm m, with gioi reter. Pleaae mlclro-i li T., tbii nfllne. jaift-b VAMTF.n-A OOOD OIRIj-To wa-h, iron f pd cookcolored girl pronrrod at at Went PTenth-Rt. Jt VANTRIHA BITUATION-Bt a In a grcrciy iora or ann. given. Addreas H. fl.f 1hi. ofnoa, Good refrreiioia jalS ! WANTKD-A FJCMALK firinUy of two pettoi. Bichmotid-nt. SEBVANT Kor Applf at No. 73 1TANTKI-A OlKTi-To -ook and do hon-a t w-rk, at Woit Seventh at, A roenm- reiulred. Jal4-h" TT-Z 'V"A'T,T,"lllW)Mf, Br R"tlniaii and...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. IANUARV14J MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL Financial Affairs. Monetary affair, were more actire Tester than a Monday, and offerings at the Discount-houses Increased, though no more were accepted than at the opening of the week. The mar? et continued quite closet without particular pressure, and in the street (rood Taper was still sold at high rates 24 30 per cent, per annum. The supply of Cur rency undergoes little rariation from day to day j but (be supply last evening was proba My greater than a week before. Boston and Kew York Exchange was rerjr firm, and the supply inadequate to the de mand at i premium; dealers paying U free'y, and sometimes M. Baltimore was old at par, and Philadelphia at MM pre mium. An advance in Eastern Exchange is anticipated to-day. Kew Orleans Exchange was firm at and 1 premium, the latter rather above .the market. Gold was in limited supply, and firm at , dealers retailing it across the counter at 1 premium. Illinois and Wisconsin Notes were lo...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1861

-TIIE DAILY PllfeSS. a BaAllshe gaily UWnaays lolnMlf KHNUV 11 K K 1 ed CO., t FBOrITOM. t ertk-w-yiBi-rr., or, ovrroa-mnm. rill CI HOIK HIT! EAILTTB1HI Is tetlyerea tabsenbers la Cincinnati, Oorlngtoa ud ferreaadlnf cities ana tnu, at Mm extremely low ree ef m I1TIN OKNT1 A W JJ K ntina Toraa ciaaise, Fmim or BUntae. Blngle eoIe:, 9 cents? one nth, 40o. three months, 01 ; on roar, ft 1. AMUSEMENTS. VlIKK'fl OPKRA-HOU8R.-S. N. PIKE, JL I-royi-tetor j O. T. Bbith, Stage Manager j J. 1". BEBBaaT, Treasurer. Continued encceee of the beautiful and accom plished Artiste, M1S8 BALtlK ST. CLAIB. Tnif F.VMINO, January IS, and every night until further notice, after many weeks of prepare tion, will ba produced, with all the adjuncts necae eery to give proper effect to thla moit startling of Dicdern dramatic romances, the great sensational drama of THB WOMAN XN WIIIT1 Lsnra Farlie, Mlel Sallle Bt Olalri Ooont Fosoo, Mr. Taylor; Sir Perclval Glyde, Mr. bheriilan; V alter Harbrlght, Mr. Mortime...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1861

'JHE DAILY PRESS.- Mwu inn raoranrrrraa. .. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF TUB OITT. FRIDAY. .JANUARY IS General Wool's Letter. Sit hough we do not nITect long documents, tie letter of General Wool, on the first page of this isf-ue, is 0 suitable to the. better asn tineot of tbe day, and preeents tbe Secession case So forcibly, that we have concluded to Iny it before Our reader. Coming- from a wan so diotingu'u-lied fur bis clearness of bead and bis promptitude in action, it de serves to te read and considered. Ohio Democracy Shaking its Gory Abolition Locks. Tn;e peritence should be encouraged; but wbea o: e puts on nn air of penitence, but U'ts to charge his own guilt on some body e'.-e, it shows that he is only trying to get an opportunity to do it again. Tbe Enquirer r feis to the inauguration of Abolitionism as a I oliiical piraer in Ohio in this cool man tel : ' .Some twenty years ago the great Anti f'avery leader of Ohio commenced his polit ical queer in this city as a party leader of uli...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1861

WANTED. FOB, BAL.." BBNT I,)HT" "rOTTND." "BOABrlNM." o.-A- VTHfAmfntt or-miri. under the, nearitnmi. notes OeedtbS See HUM. will he Inserted wtoa fivr 49 oa.ta. rANTKT-A COOK At 9T West Fonrth. T T street, who cad wash and Iroa. Itecjmnientl- 'ion rvo'ilr.!. mVANIfD-TO, i'l'RCIl ASK )r rent a Huck- v V tor's, wagon. ' Inquire at 204 Sistb-atreot. lieW-b'J . WANTED- glTUATION-Br it boy, In a grnn-ry aorn or saloon, tiood references ejlven. ASdroas II. IT., till, office. Jal6 d WANTKD TO INVEST l OOO-In "if' nd r-rolitahl. Knnln. air-idr e.tmiil.hed. Address, with ml name. III 91KKSS, si this orllco. (jalS-b'J WANTED- German girl between the aires of irn and fifteen years, for a nurse, to po forty-fire miles no the river. ' Inquire at room 1S8 ppenoet House, thistnornlngr jal8-l VM,KU-fiIBti To do eliamb r-wrlt In a ww rrivtt temllv. op;iy at no. itj revenrn-si b' teu W alnut and Vine, ftfter nine o'clock A M. jalK-b'j U-hlTUATlON-As m mthlf Nurs TV br i Indr who hurt had conldrab1e ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1861

x THE. DAILY. PKES3. FRIDAY , . JAM'AR I 18 THE REJECTED HEART. BY GEORGE ARNOLD. Hit yovi sent her all ber letters? bev ye. f lre ber bach bar ring? . . Have yon tried to forget the haunting mp that ,ou lovia to hsar herein,? ...... Have you cursed I he day rim met Bar Brat? thanked God that you wore free, AndNisid In yonr Inmost heart. yon thought, 'rhe n.ver was dear to ?" Ton have cant kwolti your ptlda Is touched; you leney that all is done: Thai for yon Ihe world is bright again, and bravely shines the pan : Yon have washed yonr han.1i of passion yon hare ahlstltd her dewn the wind On, Tem, old friend, this goea before, theaharpeet comes behind t Tee ; the sharpest it yet to come, for Lore U a plant that never dlea; lie roote are deep aa lbs earth Itself, its branches wide aa the skies ; And whenever once It has taken hold, it flonrlshes evei more. Blossom Irs stilt, and bearing Its beautiful fruit with tbe bliter core. You will learn this, Tom, hereafter, when anger has covle...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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