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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 24 March 1859

TIIE'rDAILY 'PRESS Ii printed and mibl Ished dally, (Sundays xeptd,) tr At No. 14 Wiit I'ourthi litreet, gad delivered to subscriber In CINCINNATI. COV. INdTun 4 REWPOllI.and In surrounding sitiea, villages and towns, at fX'iCINT$. A WEEK, . payable to th carrier. " V ' ' " "fWCE OK MAILING. flavtglg Oopl'tr, eta.; On Month, 40 cts.) Three Monthi, f 1 00; On Ymr, ft nil. AMUSEMENTS. NEW NATIONAL THEATER ttwra Bakcr.RoI Iiomoo; P. A. Rarhdas, Stag Manager; W. (J. TauHraoua, Treasurer. taut night bnt two of the distinguished European Arttatm, . . MISS VANDENHOFF .. . . ano .A ., ,, ( MB.; SWINBOURNE. THURSDAY KVKNtNO, March Wlh, will 'W acted for thelast. tint Mlaa Vaudenhun's beautiful play, called WOMAN'S HEART. fsollna, fa Mind girl.) Mlaa Vandenboff: Angaln.ta painter and sculpt Mr. Mortimer; M Zelaiiiltin. Mr. I painter and sculptor.) Mr. Hwinbonrire; Th Prince. niils Aliriixl. Mr. Nagla; Count lrli-wall; Count ."rhino, Mr. Iinie , lie r i nirv. Hamilton; Angclo'a Father, Mr. Bal...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 24 March 1859

J. C. RINGWALT & CO. WILL REMOTE TO THEIR NEW STOH K pike's Opera-Honse Building , . APRIL FOURTH, When they will be In receipt of a largs and ronipMe i ENGLISH CARPETING aflwriinrut . UBTH oar open,,,, - . hl.-h w nienlsln iwif( re, which wi amply repay theni for th delay. In addition to the above, ws shall be In receiptor Very Rich BrocalcIIc, DAMASK AND LACES CURTAIN GOODS, And full assortment of American, Velvet, BruMClR, TUree-riy aud Ingrain CARPETING, Moor Oll-Clotha, etc., etc., elected by one of our firm now In New York. mm- On the atiova dafr. the "trie ofonr Arm win be changed to that of R IN.JW ALT AVERY, the members of the Brni beini the iu. N. B. Onr Store on Main street Is for rent. conntrv An imi itsrss visiters are enncreani STJl .; a this wtarkrt.we would advise thoa??a?it ngaS KI-KHANT CAHPKT to wait thorn walliing an V ik.n er I hem Induce- III NICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, No. S Manchester Building. Sonth-weat corner Third and Sycamore Streets, Cin...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 24 March 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. I GEORGE 0. MILLER ft SONS, Carriage manufacturer)' Hav a flnektoek of beet varieties. Seventh street, lntwmi Miiln and Walnnt trt. i THO. W. WRIOBT, ' iTOIC TOIM, T. W. WRIGHT A 00. Manufacturer (It kind f , , . . , Scales, Beams, Trucks, Hoisting Wheel Ho. 10 WEST SECOND ST., CIWCIHMATI, 104 ota's AimiNrii.ivr. rear). obit. r. SCHULZS k GO. Importer) of French Porcelain, Foreign Ol ait ware, . i .FANCY GOODB'AND TOTS, JVo. IIP Afnin Street, Cincinnati. 116 A. D. BULLOCK L CO. . . Manufacturer of L0N0) AND SHORT -CURLED HAIR, f'altrt n Glut and American Brittle, i ' II 14 Went Second street, OlKnlHSATI, ' no ',.,, J. B J. Nlt!K4DED, MERCHANT TAILOR,' Wo. lOS Walnut St., ' " 1 1 CINCINNATI, O. ' M .11 CHAS. T. F0RRISTALL, Sign and Pictorial Painter, Ho. 120 Vln street, npooslte the Burnet Howe. , , CINCINNATI. OHIO, flla Signs Id Burnished Gold end Hllrer neatly xa- ' cnted on iihort notice, no JOHN HATE 11 8 Just received err Importation of One yirrivI,p,hfci h,"kv ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 24 March 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE PRESS. Four Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE NOVA SCOTIAN. PoBfUXB, Marcll 2.I. The stMuishlp Nov Eoollan, with Liverpool data to the th in., arrived her this morning, bringing four daya later Intelligence. The America arrived onl on the 8th Inst. The atalp David Stuart had landed the Nea politan exile at Queenstown, thejr having compelled the Captain to thia course. A paoifio article which appeared in the Parie Moniteur, Napoleon's organ, caused a consid erable risa in the fundi at London, Paris and . Vienna. Prince Napoleon has resigned the Ministry of Algeria, which added to the oonfidenoe In the i'rench Government.' ; G skat Britai. The ship David Stuart ar rived at Queenstown on the 6th Inst., having on board the Italian exiles. As aoon as the Neapolitan steamer left the ship, the exiles compelled the Captain to ateer direct for Cork. When the exiles landed at Queenstown their enthusiasm rose to suoh an Intensity that aome of them act...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 25 March 1859

THE DAlliT PRESS b printed and BuhlUntd daily, (Bandar xetd,) b At No. 14 Weet Fourth Street, TSrlifcUl"! l?J'.'3,y'ib, CIHOIHrl ATI, COT 'iMte1'"1 ta d" OltU., A WEEK, ray PRICE OK MAILING. Single Coiile., 0M.5 On Month, 40 ots.l Thr , ftonths. Si no-, On Tear, 4 00. Krlcssson'e Kew Caloric Engine, by which thti pp,r f printed, prove a sucoess. It rani Hoe', lightning double evliader pros, throwing oft three thousand Impression per hour, at eL expense, for fuel, of one cent and a half per M me time. Our pros and entnrooui open to f .he publlo at 10 o'olook P. M. Ladle nd BeaU.emen, weloome I Clothing Intelligence. SPRAGUE'S Compl Iments to ell. Will b horn for thre month. ; . No. 10 Eaet fourth Street. Marci-15 18.' (387) Sprague & Co., Fancj Cass. Pants, ; 1 f 10 Eaet ITourtl. Street. , SrRAQUE & OcWk Doeskin Pant, 10 Eaet Fourth street. Departure of Trains. CurcWKATi, Bwiltox A DATTnit-froO A. M.t 1:40 A. M., 4:30 J?. M. o:to P. AI., Hamilton Accommo dation. , to'W 8T. lo...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 25 March 1859

T fl 1? TffnW A T.T At tin WILIjRKJlOTETOTHEIR. NKWMTOKlJ rike's Opera-House Builtlinr. APRIL FOURTH, When they will be In receipt of Urge nod complete assortment of ENGLISH MRPCTINC Of lhtlr Importation, embracing all tha Bewr.t and llohr-t design brought to thin ronntr, A" some of t hese rt'"rns ere ",,'(r,;r,"' from anrthlnc In ihU "V",.'S,'.,,i!.',1.K'l,''lS thee wanting an Kl.KC4A.NT f.VKl'KT to wait until our opening, as wo can then oner them Induce meets In antlera, ennHly u4 price, which Kill amply repay them fur the delay. In addition to tba above, we shall be In receipt of Very Iticli llrocatcllc, . ' DAMASK AND LACK CURTAIN GOODS, And a full assortment of American, Velvet, Ilrussels, Tkree-Pfy and Ingrain CARPETING, Fluor Oll-t'lotli, etc, etc., ' i Selected by one of onr firm now In New Trk. On the alarra date the style of onr firm will ta changed to that of KIM.WAI.T A A) Kit Y, tha members of tha firm bring tha same. N. n. Onr SI. ire on Mala street la for rant. NICHOL...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 25 March 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. At Vll GEORGE 0. MILIEU & 6018, Carriage Manufacturer, Hav fin. stock of beet varieties. ' tOT Seventh street, between Main snd Walnut street. Bin Lf Ma A't ft, fori Mrs ho ft' I it A. D. BULLOCK & CO. alannfnrtnrr nf LONG AND SHORT -CURLED HAIR, VrnUr in Glue and American BrittUe, 11 a 14 West Second street, i cnrctxfrnti. ins J. It J. N I KM UK It, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 105 Walnut t., iitwm rirtu AKD llltl ITI., . ' ' Cincinnati,- o. w JOII1Y HATES HAS just received an importation of In Brandies, Sherry Wine, Manaala and (lap Wlnee. Irish whisky, London Porter, India Ale, English Pickle, and Banian; they are all of the choicest dearriptlon. anperlor to an? that has mw been brought Inlo Cincinnati. For sale Wholesale and Retail, National Theater Building, Sycamore treet. 31 T9 WILLIAM McCORCC t MERCHANT TAILOR, n. DOEBLER, Fosbmah, No. 202 Sixth Strtet, Cincinnati, 0. Keepi coast .nil constantly on band Shibtb, TJgntasnjBT, Rc'nirrs, Cbavats, and all kinds of...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 25 March 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. Columbus Railroad Convention. Columiu, March. 14. The Conrentlon.'roji resenting th Baltimore and Ohio, Pennsyl vania Central, ai.d numerous Western eonnee ttons, continued, its session to-day. The ut most harmony, prerailed throughout, with frscdom from eioitenient or contention highly creditable. The Tim Committee reported ee iton this evening In full. It proposes to start passengers from ?t'ew Yerk at seven A. M. and ll P. M. by thi Caiaden and Aniboy road, and reach Cincinnati at one P. M. and seven A. M. I.eava Cincinnati at alvht A. M ! half-past eleven P. M., and make about tho same time to oiw tort. , The following resolution, offered lv the Fros Idont of the Baltimore and Ohio road, was also auopiea ; , , I j iaiKi, Moderate speed or passenger trains la admitted to contribute largely to economical working and consequent net results lau-raj proiier.y; ana Wrei.aa, Extraordinary oost of high speed rnuum ootnraana rotative rem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 26 March 1859

THE DAILY PRESS If printed iid publish! dally, (Sundays sxonted,) by O. X. TTXV.Xj, At No. 14 West Fotrth Street, sVlTOii nad MBWiOBI,uiiUiianoiwdlo(Ui, nA A.I 11 nil delivered to lutiwrlhwt ;' CZNCIHrT ATI, 00V. villa) u townt, at SIX CENTS A WIIK) pajrabh) to th carrier. ' . price or MAILING. Blngl Copies, i"o.i On Mnath, 40 oU.I Months. l 00; On Tur, 14 00. - AMUSEMENTS. NEW NATIONAL THEATER Lewis Manager; Bask Bote lessee; P- A. Eassxdas, 8tag ; W. 0. Tacrnot;e, Treasurer. Positively lest nlghaof tb distinguished iWopssn miss .vandenhoff ; ; . ,ur. 8winb0urne., ...... ATUHDAY 1YENIN0. Mereh Hlh, will h per formed, for thesecond tlma on any stage, tb very In terestlng new play, lu At acta, sntltlsd THE BETRAYER AND THE BETRAYED. Lsnore. Mis Yandanhoff; Count Julian, Mr. Svrln. bourne; Marauis Meechlno,Mr. Nsgle; Blnaldo, Mr. Mortimers Alien oo, Mr. iwmwni ; mn, hm Ma Vernon ; Inly Clerlne, Mill Cook Lady Tare, an.vnmn, . t PAS DB MUX,'. ..Br Emily end Fanny Bayland. To eonclnd wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 26 March 1859

J. C. KING WALT & 00. WILL REMOVI TO THEIR NEW STORK rike's'Opfra.Htuse Ealldiny, . APRIL FOURTH, When they Kill be Id receipt of a large end eoeeplete , assortment nf ENGLISH CJRPBTINC Of their awa Impart- la". '"f'T' rwMl mm rVhec elcelwe rh JhJ" country. As ! ol these patterns are illffrraat V-aa aavthlnar la title ssmrhf,ws would advise hI? "ntlng.S 't?LKOAT CAR PUT tow.lt until our opening. rn then oner tnem inciuce- eent. in rnrw. esmlltr nasi wrlne. which win amply repay Ibass for the delay. , la ddltloa to the abovs, we shall be In receipt of Very Rich llrocalcllc, DAMASK. AMI) LACE CURTAIN GOODS, A ad a fall aaaortmeot of American, Velvet, Brussels, Three-Ply aud Ingrain CARPETING, Moor Oll-CIotns, etc., etc., elected by vh of oar Arm now in New York. awr on th above date tha atria of oar trm will le changed to that of RIIaGvVALT AVERY, the aersnbera of tha flrai being the same. 1. B. Oitr Store on Mala street la tor rent. ' ICnOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. vm. Mi. .1 man...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 26 March 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. i. n i, mRRuEn, MERCHANT TAILOR Wo. 108 Walnut St., f iittm tirtii aa Slit st a.',' J C.-CTRNAT., o. . '. ,..- joniv ratest TWA 8 Just'rec-lv'ad an toitvnrUtioi of In II M. Brandies. Sherry Win, Manual and (in; v. London Porter, India Pickle, and Banc; tb.y m all Wine., lilsh Whisky, London Porter, ofAn choicest description, superior to any that has ever ncht into tnnrtnnati. For mi vhmmm and Retail, National Theater Building, Sycamore Kngll.h Win brought Into Cincinnati,' for aala and I treat, nikLiAW rvicuunu, i MERCHANT TAILOR, B. DOEBLXR, Foaaaair, -No. 19t .Sixth Sir, Oinmnnali, 0., Keeps constantly oh hand f ntT, UttoWWIin, a, t.BATAta, ana ail aioaa oi ua,n a a FiKimf iiCBir.ra, Ckatai .'LBNlS-UNO 0001)8. H EE MAN FIOKB CO. lMroa.ias, . , . Wholtal, and retail daaUrt la ' CHINA, GLASS & QUEBN8WARB, Mo. DO East PiAit St., n Bet. Sycamore and Broadway t Cincinnati. M J. D. A O. GIE8TIN0, Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer! of ! ' LADIES', GENTS', MISSES' AND ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 26 March 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. From Washington. TVABBWOrok, Meeck fj The Boston Dole- fation, representing the State Street Interest, ed en luterview with the Postmaster tnetal thli morning, aadreport his concurrence la the Attorney GetreraJ'l opinion that the removal f the Post-office was illegal end his ' decision thai It mutt be restored to Its former locution, when the remonstrants will be allowed a tea eoneble time to execute bonds to nave the Gov ernment from lose. " '. ' r , General Uerran U still here awaiting the ac tion of our government on certain seotlons of the treaty with New Grenada, negotiated In 1849, relative to the imposition of tun nape and nther tsifn, and by which American eitlneni are placed on an (quality with those of that Remiblie. ' ' ' 1 he amendment to the Cass-Ilcrrnn Treaty which weul out by the last steamer, ie expected to reach Bogota before the adjournment of the Sew Grwuadiau Congress. ' . ' ' Mr. Bioklot denies the report that ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 28 March 1859

THE DAILY -PRESS Is printed tad published dally, (Sundays excepted,) by At No. 14 Wait fourth Street, and delivered to subscribers la CINCINNATI, COV. INOTON end NHWPOItT.aod In surrounding cities, villages end towns, at SIX- CENTS A WEEK, , payable to the carrier. ! MICE OF MAILING. Blngl Copies, t cti.i Ons Month, 40 eta.) Inn Monina, 91 w; vnm iwr, 91 uu. AMUSEMENTS. Op era House. STRAKOSCH'S CELEBRATED ITALIAN OPERA. TIIIS, MONDAY, Mrch to, DEBUT of the cele brated prima donna, Madame CORA DE WILHORST. l.LTIA 1)1 I.AM.MERIHOOR. M'me I)i Wllhorat, Hrlanoll, Aanodlo, M eoln, In theprlncipal roles. 10-M0KK0W, by general raiiuMt, NORMA. M'lle Teresa Parodl In tba celebrated character aa Norma. Thnrariar, GRAND ORATOBIO.-Boaalnra cele. broted and great aacrad work, "Tba Btabat Mater," and Mammoth Concert, whon all tha principal ar tists. Including the Grand Orchestra and Cho ruaoa, will appear. Hntnrriay, second and laat OALA AND OPERA MATINEE. Opera, In daytime, at 3 o'clock P. M. N...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 28 March 1859

J. C. RINOWALT & 00. WILL H P.MOTH TO THEIR N E W STOH B i - Pike's Opera-House Buildlnf, APRIL, FOURTH, Whtu lhr Ul V In raelp of Urg and couiplet assortment of i ENGLISH C1RPETIN0 r their irm frniiortMtl, embracing lt th hwmC richest 1iajaa brought to this country. As aouie of thou itlrn are drftrrrnt from asytMaa la Ihlf vrkel,w would adrla ,bi"wantln,! a? TXtOANT CARPKT to iw.lt until oar opening, a w can than offer them Induce, tn.nts in patlrra, quality aa4 trice, which will amply repay them fur th delay, la addition to tht abort, w shall b la receipt of Very Rich Ilrocatrlle, DAMASK AND LACE C U FIT A I N GOODS, Aad a full amortiMot of America, Vtdvat, BruMeln, TUrow-Fly and Ingrain CARPETING, l-'ioor Oll-Cloths, etc., elected by of of m Brm bow In tb"in7ml)riiorthe(lrmbftU.ii.m.. . J. B.-Out Store Main " to ""' ICHOLAB BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M.ritar Building. Routh-weat OfflC", No. " ulnn.tl. Ohio. r Tuiru aau djww ",ro'" ' HOWE, 6UR9E0N, earner 3M atR. A. JACKSON JLf No...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 28 March 1859

AOOAfrWISWDl MOND. -r Fiikdciiio FiBLnrriii, ohovu arseeted n eharff' of attempting sVmstntrrBttoal Frl day last, on Saturday wu held In ldb hall for his apparene at the Court of Common Pleas. XHt shin-carpenters, who bar been on a strike at the (Marin Railway Tor an , advene of wages , bar concluded to go to work at for mer prloes. i . .i . ' ' in A Larob ana yalueble horte belonging to Mr. Eaooh Mudge wu kicked nlgbi before lait cy anoioer, wuioa wai in th ataoie, ana io severely Injured that yesterday the owner hu manely chot it, thui ending It suffering. . A 'WAR named Trande Jonee, residing In Fulton, mm tear being drowned on Friday laat by the upsetting of hta gall-boat, opposite Brooklyn, i Hie boat turued bottom llde p, and be wag taken off the "wreck" after drift ing about half mile down the river. A rim oonurred, about two o'oloek Bunday morning, In the blaoksmlth thop of I. k B. Bruoe, adjoining their carriage factory, on the oornor of Seoond and Elm itreete. The fire li ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 28 March 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. From New York. New Tonic, March 2B. Th Courrier del SUU Unit Maoris tli Hi there is a secret fllli kusteilng exnedition read to aUrt fur Cuba, nn the receipt of instructions expected by the next turner from Havana. Their headquarters are la this city, and they have plenty of arm and ammunition in Southern oities. Men are ready to depart simultaneously from different parts ot the tnmn, ana eecret agents on the Island are engaged to prepare lad lilies for ineir access. The jury In the case of Stevens, ehareod with poisoning, hii wife, has returned a verdict of "nili The Committee of Arrangements for the an proaThing celebration of the completion of the Brooklyn Water-works, has decided to extend invitations to the authorities nnd Are depart ments of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, and forty other cities. An inciuest has been commenced In the case of Mrs. Beethen, who kept a boarding-house ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 29 March 1859

THE DAILY PKESS I printed arid published dally, (Sunday xceptd,) by O. 37". XX-aOlXiXj, At No. 14 Weit Fourth Street, and delivered to aubecrlhera In CINCINNATI, COV 1NOTON nd NKWFORT.aud 111 surrounding cities, village una towns, et SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to tb carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. tingle Copies, 1 ota.i 0u Month, 40 cts.t Three rnontna, i wr, une wear, m w. AMUSEMENTS. Opera JEEouse. , ITALIAN OPERA. Thle, Tuesday Evening, March 39th, NORMA. M'lle Pared! In thecelebrated character aa Norma; M'me Mtrakoach a Adalglaa; 8nlrt a Polio; Jnnca. aa Oroveeo. To-morrow, WEDNKSDAT, Bellini' lavorlUOp. ra, iii riKiTARi, . . . Af'maOnra da W'llhorat. Brio-noil. Amodloand Jnn a in tha principal role,. On which occasion The i'lhtil I.IKrl Ilnrr. 8UOHA LA THOMBAI" "Then let tha trumpet sound." will ba iun( by tha two great artlata, Amodlo and Junta Tharsday, March 31, GRAND OHATOBiO.- OMlula celebrated and great aaorad work, "Tba Utatiat ftlatar. rrlrfaT, Brnerlt of .H'me Colaon. "ZRNAN...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 29 March 1859

J. C. RLNGWALT & 00. WILL REMOVE TO THEIR NEW STORK m Tike's Opera-House Building, APRIL F.OURTII, Whs- they Will be In reeelpt of large and complete assortment of ENGLISH CARPETING Or Ihftlr w liniMtrlaitlon. embracing nil the newest anil rlrhent ctealarae brought to t ! In country. As some of these patterns lira diflrrrnt frWin anythliis In Ihltt market, we would advise those wanting an KLKUANT t'A R-PKT to wait until our opening, as Vfl ran then ofler them Induce ments Id eier, ejawlity una price which will amply repay them fur the delay. In addition to the above, we shall b In receiptor Very Rich Rrocatelle, DAMASK AMI LACE CURTAIN GOODS, And full assortmeut of American, Velvet, Brusieln, Three-Ply awl Ingrain CARPETING, Floor Oll-Clotlm, etc., etc., elected by one of our nrni now In New York. mtr On the ahova data the style of onr firm will be changed to that r RINC.WAL.T AVfcili, to mmlwn of the nrm neing tne same. W. B. Onr Htore on Main etreet li for rent. BUY YOUR RIBBO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 29 March 1859

Xocal. News. I Tt'ESDAY ...MARCH 39 ' A MAit, by the name -.vf John Boehne, was before Justice Harris, yesterdaycharged with obtaining flour to the' value of $58 by false pretenses, from Wassenloh k Wentsel. Th oase was continued nnti! Friday morning, th defendant giving ball. ' I Skull FEicrcaiD. A man named Terrene Dorley, In a dlffioulty with another named Comorn, had hli skull fractured, on Saturday night, near th corner of Broadway and New treet. Dorley itruok Comorn and knocked him down, but Comorn, who li on of th many bruisers, w understand, of th Thir teenth Ward, followed him, and with a bowlder itruok htm In the head, making a very serious and probably fatal wound. SimovUr Accidfkt. A man named Charles Buggle, who if engaged at a lard oil factory on Canal ttreet, between Broadway and Bjoa- more, yesterday morning, foil from th leoohd ttory of th warehoua Into th oeilar. Fortu nately, however, Instead of etrlking the pave ment, whioh would hare killed him, hi head itruok i...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 29 March 1859

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