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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS , . In pitbll.hed rtnlljr (Sundays os tmiM) by 11 lc jv it y ttuno Ai oo.f PR0PR1KTOB8. , orrirg vm-nanrr, orr. CTHToa-noese. TUR'JINCINNATI DAILY P11ES8 la delivered to subseribsrs In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cities and towns, nl tho extremely low prlo of SEVEN CBNTf A WEEK, nriBLi to cABina. Price if Mnilina." Single copies, 9, cents', 1 month, 40 cents; month, ft; I rear, ): SO. AMUSEMENTS. ror'H ATE If -CORNER MTXTH IT AND VINK-SrilKKTU.-JoMM STKKKTM. Jdmm A. Vi.uii.h. jr., me oianaor sou ijcrisee. Prices or AnMiMroM DnM Circle n4 rr.rqno.te qui cviui, UKiiery, tj.i cnu. Doom open at 6' o'clock ; curtain ritea at 7. Eighth nlfiht of the young American Trftftedtnii. MK. KDWIN llOOTIT, Who will appear to-night a " Richard III.' ' 8conl apppnrmnce of Mr. 0. D. 'HAPLtN, who will Bp pom in the lattKlmMo biirloPuu cnlWl "The imy of the Liom." a " Polly Ann," in which char acter he Im maun mnet iin'ceful iniprensioiui in Boh to n, Chicago and otlior ...

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. — 17 April 1860

iLUIJi..DAILYrilESS, J . i m -1 iissmiV 'reed u Oo., m-raa A raorainoH. Drurxo serei-al weeks past, the circulation ' ,' 1 of the Pnras has betn inrreulng t n nvcr- g rate of five hundred per week. . Adrer tisers should bear thli In mind. i ; '' Ponc at Cumminsville, Camp Waahing ' ton and Fairmount, desiring to take the Frim, tnaj rely upon having it delivered regnlarly, as such arrangements have been " made as hereafter to secure both permanence nnd punctuality. . That the Emperor of the French should i undertake a war for Itnllan liberty, was the problem of the age. There certainly did not seem to be a vast surplus of liberty at home, that he should go so largely into the export trade. Indeed, the pestilent marshes Cayenne bad hitherto furnished a market for nil the liberty that could be spared for export, except some small consignments to the En glish coast, which it rather troubled the Em peror to get off the hands of his British con nignecsj and on firm, known to the trade as ...

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. — 17 April 1860

WANTED. "WANTi." 11 FOB BALK," KOB RENT," ,tost,, found hoarding." c.-Ad- Yertlwmfnts eominn ondar th hnadlnMt notz eeltnff Ave lino, will be In-vertM twice fir SJIcrnta WANTEO-A Woman to do housework. Arpl) at U f It'chmoiid-i'tnwt. pl7-b mV"ANTEII -A Wftfirrwonidfi. Also ft Olr, Tor w i Sfiicnil hniiitflwo. k. I noiiira at in nhKla llOl'Sk, KflfltTlilrd-ftivrt. ANTED A NlIKSlC-Otnr-rmn twlw to If fifteen nrri urn. Apply at l-t isaynm.rr Mrcet. bet woo Everutt and Wade. H WAdc. ttp.7-b WW ?np. lV-iie font compt'trut hand need apply. Ingqiroftt J.I6 W it Sixth-itrcot. aptt-d WANTED One or two gentlemen d-'clrlim a nouilortaldo nlrcpliis room in a nleawnt loon tlutircau ubtuir. une by valliuf at Lonnworth- 11TANTED IM MKPtATK LY Two good t rn n k T W box iiiukcrs, Apply at nu. ois Kaue-strm. lap !7-b V-ANTKD-HOOM8-Two or I lime ool room WW fur anoutk'iiiAti and wilt without children. KfTcronroH 0 1 ven. Will rny from l to $13 ner month. AUdiNMi HKOOND-STltKKl', PnsMCHnct. 4 ap!7-b ll...

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. — 17 April 1860

TIIE DAILY PRESS. THE LITTLE SHOES. tor Ik lUUa shoaa ar crarty In mr cliajat laid feomr fimS'l lV ono in mr ban. furgatUon, Mil I It ft httl half.aiwn shr nnt lam wtnirh 'r ma; Auil nil at two 1 fol a saiisa of bitlsr loss nnd pain, Aa sharp aa Uii two years afu. it out mr hrart in a. iaalo, Oh! Mils' foot that irmrlwl not, I wait fot tnrm no ! Wet T am' arllr. on tha life, whlla Ihsf Au Vhtl'!thj "blluoTif teardrops w Ibesa littlo 1 toy St aarlir,.'. hot sr. lt "roet. "And s'f'iay thorn down aa-alu. ' turn to Oo4 Mm th littlo t not . , atmir I ,;, ,i , . Ana white I thns standln I almost srn tosr. Two lillle Hrms bs.ias ma, JUU thsr ud to bs ! Two lilt! few imrd, with tlwlr swwt sud tender Ah ni? M IM hT known that look ni born of IMrsni.o. - I nk m amuoat tbadlf, but tlisTclasotlisessatr Tbart li nothing of mr aarllnta.' but tha shoaa tlisy nsod to woar. M Oh I tht (illtanwas of partlnf oan not b duns away, nil I DiKit my darlings walkiu wiisr. their fret can nmvr tray : , When 1...

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 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is published dally (Snnrtay not excepted) by TH CINCINNATI DAILY PBK8S U delivered to . aubscyihera In Cincinnati, Jerlagwitrann' -R 0 V Wedli cltle ami toWM, at ' "' ' tha extremely low r -j , prlo.o , MVE fctNlgiWBXK, PATASLI TO CABBISB. r r.. PV ''- rn f r mtr,t swath, UOrtMl-miiMiiiln, I r, ;i 56. . . AMUSEMENTS. v'OOIi'S THEATER CORNER SIXTH .7 ll m VI N K-t1(KKTV-Johm A. til. Jr., fole Manager and Lessee. Pxtcrj oi ' ABHinm.-VrMi circle and Psrquelte, 00 cents Oallrrr, !i cents. ' fc Boon open at o'clock j carta! a rise at 7, LM night but on of the yonng Tragedian, JIH. f DWIN BOOTH. THIS EVKNIVO. April Ix. will 8-resented tho great live-act traue.l) called " f: ' TUB APOSTATB; " t Oa, Tui Spanish IxqmsiTlox. Connt Pesram, Mr. Booth Malee, Mr. Langdon ; Hemaya, Jlr. Read t'lorinda, Mrs. tllsler. Dance.. i Itllaaap Kate Prnnorer. TocoiKlmle with the linrlewine called MRU. NORMA. . Mrs. Norma, Mr. Chaplin j Polllo, Miss Denham Adelglsa, Miss Ererltt. - "TJ...

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 April 1860

linn ii r;,:r c - f.v.'A "i'. z'1.'1, i i THE DAILY 111ESS. ' HENRY ttKED Ac CO.. , wrrou AMD MorimioM. WEDMHDAY.... ..APRIL JH The Code of Honor. ' The Pryor nnd Potter correspondence. ha come to hand,' and couflrms the first report. , Try oi requested Potter to nam pUo out- Bide the District "where there might be further correspondence." This Was to avoid the legal penalties of the District. Potter replied that-"the Oanstttutioa Of Wltforsin ( allotrtd him no escape from the consequences or such a correspondence as Pryor seemed to contemplate, wherever It might be con- ducted,", and concluded, "I therefore Inform you that inch further correspondence as you may wish. to make, may be delivered to my friend Colonel F. W. Lander." This promptness on the part of Potter, and his appointing a friend to conduct the cor respondence, a known fighting man, too, aeemed Incredible to Pryor. He seemed an unbelieving Thomas, unwilling to credit the evidence of hit senses. This answer was de live...

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 April 1860

WANTED. J WASTS,," "FOE BAIS," " FOB BENT." .'lOS," "otjNB, HOARDING." o.-Ad-vertlsements coming under these headings, pot ex-' Wiliit v 1lnc, will he lnmrtMl twice for 5enU WANTMs BA8TER A l baster for a lag machine. Apply at 8'J Pleasant-st. V"ANTKD-A (HHX-To do the housework for v v a small fltmilr. Aetly at 17 Metts-street, WANT I Three Hood BnttnmhilK-hiakor". Inquire lu the fear of bookstore. Nu. ii7 Wesarrn-ivjw. apis ! WANTEI A. good lilrl, to cook and do gen-, iral housework. Inquire at No. Nil Broad way, below third. AHIR-Ii WANTKI-immedlatoty, D tadvto run Hltwr's Hrwta Machine, to work tin ladim' gaiter M."r.k'...n cvp- ro-nfi-d hand is wanted. Call at No. " Hiil)-trol. aplS-b WANTKO-TO TRAIK-A g"1a watrn, worth ... f "" f,n" i"wiy "T "addle-horse. Addrcw 1. V. IlKily Pivss Offlee. npH-J WANTED TO HIltK-A hof. fortwo itt-elis. Anypnraoti having on not In mo can And a ' n-mi porBon to niro It, nr cnlmig nt No. 1 c min.trcot. . lupls-b'l lum, Bul'KNK WANTK II An undirnUhl ...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY PKESS. WKDNKMDAY.. ...APRIXIS DEAR OLD SONGS. Like I hisnors rioiu "' far-off enlierea, id with inW thrillln PI1 revive thttanMMl lore of hrifone years. hit DmiMh beneath the e.nl ther lit, . And tVhat tli.ml beneath the b.kI ther lit, That pa' array ol nnnnrea neaa; In kit Immortal round th. heart, Still, still Uallowntl Uaui toe itaed. ' Old onMl 1 nnvwr IWMd how large A so, vm fn thl. heart of mine, Till, one dull ove, by chance I found A well-worn book, whom every line Cume back tr n as dear as though . But yesterday I'd laid It down, And there 1 fuund the wlshed-fiir oiim Tht .poke of dan (orever flown. Oh. whtn amid the world of donhti, Of light and shade in which we Irav. ! We seek some charm hr which t drive a-ne temporary grl.1 away. Let th'9 who loraiU' h pleasure oonrt The fcv ,rlte. who entrance the throng, For me, I'll Hud a homelier -ene, Autl lull oie with soma (War old song. THE HOUR OF DREAMING. Besfdo th. hearth than la an hour at dreaming, A calm and pen...

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. — 19 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS i- pnnu.nMi amir ("nndare not aieentrd) h T- u lr -- - . - - . - u x J. u .Hi JJ . OB JUl., rnoPBiKTOiw. , v. i orncs vnts-arssaT, nn. ccwtom-wotjib. THB3CNCI VNAT1 DAILY PBKSg It delivered to ninorilm In Cincinnati, Oovlntton and nrraaDclIng cities and town, at ' i the antremel low prlr. of 1 V S8VEN CUNTS A WI1K, ; ' '' 1 rAVASL TO OAStlES. Prf n Jrnttnie-. Rlngi. cnjihw, a centi; 1 month 40 CKiila; 3 month., 91; I year, : SO. Eli ' Ba-a-aaaaa.-a-B, AMUSEMENTS. tVOOD'8 THBiTKll-fnoviAi ,7 Ml. Maninrnr' I "ul'i ' Sliil? AWa open at eft otiuck ; curtain rl.ee at T. 14 night lint one of tha rutin Tragedian, Mil. r.nwiv nunvti Who "M?nr In i two fplendld character., "Sir .v....u. nMU rci,urll. THIS IRON CURST, "f Jtdward Mortimer, Mr. Ktlwln Booth' Ailam b, 111 I I-Jl";!"' 0m,c," Mi" a-a W Innre Ui Kate Pe.a.yer. Alter which fchelr.pearc'a coined, of KATHARINE AND PSTRUOHIO. mIm1'."' H.r Bi!w,n Bo,,,n Oruralo. Mr. Ell.lcrs Katharine, for.. Kll.ler Hlonco., MIm E...

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. — 19 April 1860

HENnv nKKD00" . ....,.,. -.APRIL. It) Fiery Digestion Waking on a Cold Appetite. pushe. ' Mr. Pryor hs published codicil to the Ttjot and Potter correspondence, consisting : ((). antes which im M not sena. wit" ' noTel feature! of a correspondence of ho'r bare been developed by tnis affair, n- '' least of which is the publication by partics'of letters hreathlng out-"" emnBS nd slaughter of which th lhr P"' w, entirely unconscious. that Potter, after W. .m- ld. to keep the ' peace, had" brouo' 1unt,t rfu",ri ble notes that " bd written tosend to Pryor, inf.,min Aim that at sight, without grace, ha shoDd cut his weasand with a knifo of imposing magnitude, or should blow him to a condition beyond the possibility of surgical reliet with aPaixhan eighty-four-pound gun. Would this hare improved his reputation as a fighting-man T ' Will It sharpen the appetite of a fire-eater, and restore tone to a somewhat palled stomach T One of theee subsequent notes is dated Vir ginia, April 11, protes...

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. — 19 April 1860

WANTED. ,w at No. .MM West Flitlijlrnl. "PlnsJ WANTKB-A goo tawinot-inakrr aft No. 171 Ualuut-street. "- , S.WHARm,TI?i 1.4 WANTED-Several sond'tllrl.. AbpiV al Nn, jJH West nl.th-stVoet, ont Yno tnlled Mates Hotel. apls-tr WANTKtl-ArPl.iT BllRAVYwn msv hi JH JN'R (Jsllery, Nlnlh ., Mtl, and get ....... . ct.mK. TH- H large, neautlltilJ Vl tiiro, Hrhly colored, lit gilt frame, to ornament! . ir""..:: ! apina WANTKn-Mm seeking eltnattnne M clrtki, salesmen, book-keepers, har-keepera, porters, reapers, oiei-linnlcs, laborers, , others, should til S lK.r'P Merchants' Clerks' lteeniry Ofriie, fio. AS Walnut-street, lapllbr HALKafctj. WA,JIT,:,!L"-'r 5 N. "J "''-'Vn7plre". Wage (Turn Sin to In ft month. Out) Up ton Farm Hand, capable nf superintending. Also ZltZ Fr."nU.,"'"i1,i,lT " ',rtri. street, Intelllgf lieu Office, aplv-b WANTKD-M KS-WlthaTTcesh MpltalTto engage 11; prohtal.le Im.iiiess, located here or Hscwheiv. Apply to No. 131 West Flltli-.trvet. "I"" !?'. uTlll8. lilll'KNKliV,....

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. — 19 April 1860

TUfr DAILY-PRESS. TIHJR!AY..'. ..APRIL m YOU AND I--HOPE AND DESPONDENCY. BY [...] CARY. . Ton ! ta. tnym. on alwrsv !. . 1 onlr l lu lh past! i ' V0n ara dreamlns Ttur firat flrwam oflOT., , i . aad I bar.driam.dmr Vat, t ' Ton atrsi r fret that ati to trart '', " ' With ynrs on ft nhtntn trark; I b.ar but thnaohoaa, dull aaa araaa, ' . Ul fpet that CBM Rut back. ,. . " ' "' Ton ar assirt a. the nowary ! . ' 1 ll-ft ao UltUI tt . J luM, Yimr rainbow. hini thro' tb drop." ' Aud mill, through ths drops of " MlgM tll.l. ta lt Tl.lom Anil at mom yon lira th.' H rrrt., f drwm. reals'; "J.T " , I bar. wakml to diV3 a"."- 1 . Ta tha h.ra J, V hl And I ay that the btoaarnVa things Iber. las - On t'T lt"n daamnd; . Rih alss formlnal It were, well tor roe, If I mad a peaoaful and I . [From a London paper.] FAREWELL TO LITTLE PIC. Farewell, thon boa-boa of the ryrir stag.; Thou wrf-rt divine, the rent are only cleveri ' Von. else my thtret for mu.lr en aMiiaire; ., f'ar.w.ll.aw.ot.lugliig lit...

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. — 20 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I. pahtlakad dallrSw.aaT mt W. JJ " x , ju jiu jj tnp., rKoyitiTin.p ,.rp OTric-Tiin-crnliT, ftrA. cthrtoa-iiotnri.. ' " THE 'JINCTNHATI DAILY MUSS la delivered" to uuacrfuSra Jn'.OInrfio.J, tvnlngtnt An ' $ iurriunrlien cit'leg gnoj Km, at' i I H nruu to cBMEa. e ajrnffW-rilngli cnplea, rents; I Booth, bwbu; amntitha, I rear. AMUSEMENTS. W.J? 'H. T 1 K T " " " KR P I X T R )r.tlltMn'Md LtHe,, ' louri opon at 6,"4 o'clock ; curtain rim at 7. VARKWKI.L I1RHKKIT OF KDWIJI BOOTH, ' And poiltlraly hl lt apcniic. ',' r Til 1 (i EVKNimj, April , will ba prMatl tha r.t piny of "V Till! MF.RCIIAUt OK tlNICie.f 5 Khvlock. Mr. E.tyt(l Phiottn BIIS Mr. t.apa i..n; Aiitonl... lr. lWu Hraii.no, Mr. Knd: Lanncfilot rt llr, fclHr; Pwlls. Mm. t.iU- l. r ; NarlMa, atlai Aanbam ; Joailca, MIm W.lta. v Dnnne v Mia Hate ranawyir. To ronrl.tria wllh tha celebrated drama, in three? actn, lilllltk'd , 1.. ,U . ..... T. . . V--' V f " v ii , t r. dam n . Don OMrdo Bninu.-Hir. Iblwln ...

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. — 20 April 1860

- ' i I TFT W T) A IliY r.iKEf l HENItVKKI? err The Weekly Press. For the current no P'T," W. ask a company of (ft merltAwitUlio. of any otisr weekly pap i, the country,. Tor sale ytit counter, in wrarpr, t tkm cent. Subscription price one aout. jw, Twelre copies for h dollars. t - The Cincinnati Street Railroads. It will be admitted ? ithotit question that the public accommodation should Bovem the whole matter of grants and regulations for street railways; ii that the PhBe,n!e1m dation Is best semed by be 1-rgeat faeililiee at the lowest cost to the pP. wIU likewise ,nreded bv all. But unless the public ...m.i! Is as waft er red by high as t,r low fares. It ha not been kept chiefly lit Tlew In the grants wliirh hateteea Wide to our city railways,' T.cery passeugof tow pays to the city on ceiit each time fur the nriTileM of riding In niilwaf cars on the highways of the city; , We are aware that this was regarded a a tribute paid by tlifc railwar comnanies to tho public, and in the n...

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. — 20 April 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," M FOR BAM,,"' 0fc HIM." I.08T," -forMD," "BOAHDtKf,."' Ao.-Ad-vwtlsamenta eomlng ander Uiew haadlass, note. ewdlni arallnea, will bo Inserted twio. for 9 oenta yANTRIlTUATloIn hotH, u hell T.; 'Tj.,".!..'''-'."' on4 reS-Enc. 1 k!j .,0,B '"V'"t. Hon? but a onmpetenl I hand nocd appiy ap2V-li i 'W'AM'Hii-HI, good ttfrbi.t'v'linmUrark'. (Ml AS"".'?!'' WA RUHR'S aimptoy. ; ern-row ami John. ; . . apaa-b ; "yA?JTKD--T RKNTBvaTcav-ctabl. part,, ' .i.I lloaaeoalilrally located, suitable for a first. , rlaas private Dnardlnt-lionea. Good cara will In , token of lb prouUso., Addroaa N. H., offlca of thla pgo-b , VANTBU-TO tl,fc-A lujht nnN Serin. ..V... W.'.'V 'ha. corner of Wade and John ,trcots. ill Ht,w thi. If applied fcr soon. , I il-b , , "VANTKp-A anniaar of hands, o Mki mncr jThlrtelo.E :'.,fi-f,AT,.,,Arr"llT, eorb.r of inirtpeiith aiul ''olinan-st., CuviiiiiUin. Kv Aim , ntiiuj , glrijo atojioaaework. ' "pio-bw? J'VAN1'E,-,Ani'EN"" APBlt-To '.JOHNSON (I Uallery, Mln...

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. — 20 April 1860

.rm'-"" THE DAILYSS YUSSUF'S BRIDE. AN ARABIAN LEGEND. Tfc. m JiTr ''I'rit'SSi'.Kt he, "' And. ve hln wrnp inn. had hp yfmi Imt lW, Yt innro than Kola his niaiv uiunonrri-r, . hhe could outmxMxl the winrtei the fWloulne eajdt, But ni no (rentln, little .liiMrru fed j Hits! the trnt doors from tlit-tr opi'ii nwK ' Ami caiurM Mr, til rnttllriri an tm .anils! wn Her fcrnr At lenuth nlled nil the Woaort wlij'. And wee know. l names "Tiusuf aBrl A llttlns nairia, for aho nloiw dm .hare Hor niaatt'a life lile hum bio tentsnd mr. Borrik, Beflooln, flrod rtf hotrt-nowm ' ;,' , " A hundred iwiraca for hot pount.il : ' ' ' 1 Nv." unrenid Ynsauf. Itiwt aw "Jl.l My mara auuvv the treasure of roiir . . ., Two hiindrpil imna.. then." Ihr H'-ito" "Nar, tnmpt me not,'' erlcil Yitur "i hftTU tlTMd w.i. r. ana with jaare and lau.-e out u win Much vkj', but never siuSa uuiro tigulnl Bornlt was norl, but he went his way, , , Vowln from Vusntf at aunie.f uturo day- Hince gold lmrt falled-lir art In win ...

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. — 21 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS le published dally (Sundays not eicepted) by HKNHY HKKD ale CO., : ,,''( . . . P KOPRIKT0K8. i orriei tiki-tbit, on. eurroa-aoota. THX CINCINNATI DAtLI PBBSS ! delivers to subscribers In Cincinnati, Oorlngton and nrroundliif cities and towns, at j'n tbe (xtrimiely low . i ' ', . ' prion of - j f SETBN CENTS A tVBEK. V , 1 - ' MTUU TO OASailB. .. i nfMalttnf. single cnplea, g cents: 1 moath. nte; 3 roontha, t; 1 year, ft.'l SO. 40 ce AMUSEMENTS. PI" T'JlJTf-R A-HOU B - FOURTH. B1HLET, between Vino and Walnut. JprKUel?00 ' 7 'cloc ' Cur,ln rl"M t Oraud Complimentary Benefit to MBS. A. DRAKE, On which occiulon the following ladle and gentle Jnen i hiive kindly volunteered thoir mr.lces : Meaari. Jtall, lind. Buerldan, Chapman, Dcnnlaton, Chaplin. Im",?' v'('.V M"1 M.llarry chapman, Mir. h.,ug: bury, Hie. Howard and Aliaa Hupp. 8ATCntAT EVENING the performance will com mcucowllu tlia beautiful play, in (Wearta, called A MOTHER'S VENGEANCE; 0, Adiux and Omiila. Prl...

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. — 21 April 1860

TITE DAILY, .PRESS. IIKNltY BEED 6c CO., BSftou aw nomm.' HATURDAV.. ..APRIL til The Sunday Press. . , , At each publication of the Sunday Prkss wt bnrc largely increaied the number of the edition; yet the demand has bo much ex ceeded our expectation! that wt hare hardly yet been able to Supply it. We shall publun, to-morrow, an edition much larger than any previous- one. Advertiser! will see the ad vantages of the Sunday Pbess, as an adver tising medium, on a day when few other papers are pnblishad, the establishments be ing engaged in getting out the Monday's paper, and on a day when the public read them with the most avidity. The Prsss is delivered seven days in the week, to all our subscribers in Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, at seven cents a week. Newsboys will do well to leave their orders for the Sunday Friss to-dny. Business Facilities. Through the medium of the Daily Press business men can place their commodities, inducements, and desires before more than forty thousan...

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. — 21 April 1860

WANTED. "Wants," rort uamv "p-ok bnt." "LOST," "roCMD," "(ABDIN(." Ac-Ad-Vertlsemeata com Inn under these headings, ant ex ceeding fire linn, will be Inserted twice for M cents YV-ANTKn-4,""'9-Tot!noH and do chamber V WlUK aim tnle eska of etillilran r.reforrod. Apply at 13r NInlh-street. Hermans lirAKTRn-irdiiit rifniriif rn t.m.ta i viii- v'Miniry, w, wbii na lit iimi ruy. Apply poor, at No. 50 West Sixth-street, opposite the 0. 8. Hotel. pal-b WANTKD-A HITI'ATION-By mlddle-nired woman. Would prefer the country, flood references given. Apply at No. 106 Mill-street, corner of Avory, ap2l-b XVi NT.,!.D.i,l?,t7,A Swan's I'trture OalTery", '; Went Fifth-street. Nona need nprlv vrept thnso who am willing to make themselves amorally useful. ( ap?l-b . WAlHTF.n-KlnM (llrls forone place. Wages . - 'f w em per montn--e.iso a gorsi fer riage-driver, who ran milk and work In the garden at So. fct 'ourth-.'-t. Intelligence Otilce, arl-bI . WANTKI-Hlll!SK-ny a prompt buying ten out, a small Ho...

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. — 21 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. RATI RDAV APRIX t THE LOVE-BUILT CASTLE. BY E. CLARENCE STEADMAN. I lored; snd In the mm-ninir ky, How fulry-liko (he castle rowl Cloud-hauuted turrets diluting high l tn tlin rtrnnmv hllli'. Brlrlit fountain leaping through, and through The iiliM'tl sunsnino; oil 1110 air (la. banners streamine-: never draw Fainter or pool sceuo niora lair. And In that rutin I would lira. And lit that castle 1 would die; Aud there, in curtained bowers would g Ira li"arl-warm responses sigh for sigh; There whon but one sweet face was nigh, The orient hours would move along, And ripple a they glided br. ' Like atauua of au antiu.ua song. 0 foolish heart t 0 young Bomauce, That fadri with the noon-day suul Alas, for gentle dallianoe for the life-long pleas urea nayar won I O. for a season dead and gone I A wiztard time, wbich then did Mem Only a prelude, leading on To sweeten portions of the dream I 8ht died: nor wart my orange flowers; .No longer. In the morning sky. That fiilry cast...

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