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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 January 1861

TJIE DAILY FllESa Is Babllshat 411? Ulnnaayi not net) t - JiJtNny.ltK tCll Se co.I FBOPBIETOIU. ... rtrs-tvmB-rr.1 nr; Btfrton-liopim. Tfl trmCIhWATl DAILT PBKPS Is delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Osrlagton ana surrounding cltt.s and town, at ths eatrMnely low Brie of IITIN OKNTH W1K, "' ,. mtaiu to ni tuaaian. ' Patens or M arr.iw. fllnr'e oowtea. 9 ermtst mi nth 1 thro sBontbs, 411 so. year, S14. AMUSEMENTS. IBlKE'ft OPKHA-IKHSK.-W. N. PIHB, Iroiirlotor; U T. tuvn, stingo Mamgori J. A. HniiBT, Treasurer. . " FAREWELL fllNtlTFoF 0. M. HABEAS. Last night of . . ,, ftlfiS BALL1E ST. CLAIB. TUIB KVBNINO, January 1, lnstnlght of ' THB WOMAN IN WHITK. f!" Ml" SniHe t?t Olalr : Ooimt Puro, lr-, Ty!or: fiir TorciTnl Glyde, Mr. blierldan; V alter 1 arbrigltt, Mr. Mortimer; Mr. Otlmoro, Mr. Hraith ; Jn.;ob. Mr. IIhIo j Hienor Pokn. Mr. t hartm t Sfr. Ferlie, Mr. Lanagan ; Anna Cath- erica, the Woman ih White, ; Marian Hoi- comb, Mies Susan Iienin: Madam. Foeeo, Jrs. Pore;- Fivtiny, ...

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 January 1861

TliggAlLY..t,-KEISS. .re". awn r.-ir,r,- - OFFICIAL l-AVKH VI ThI UITI. MTIRDtf JA t Tbi Charleston people hare story that Mcjsr Audcrron fJcclwed to the mesaeugars of Gorernor Pickfns, tht he should defend Fort Sumter to th Inst extremity, bat be fboold use every meant iit a.oid collision, and "be boptd that the first shot fired at the fort would pierce bis heart." We ate confident that Major Anderson ncTtr laid that. It would be too much in the style of Colonel Kobadit Bosworth, who answered a demand of the New Orleans mil itary to surrender, by proclaiming his eter nal determination to wrap the American flag aroor.d bim, and fire a mine and die like Kirby, before be would surrender, and ended by invitipg them in to drink. Major Anderron did not My that about piercing his heart; nor do we beliere that description of the melodramatic performance of the first rauing of the American flag at Fort Sumter, which is going the rounds of the press and the pulpits. Warlike melo drama exhaus...

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 January 1861

WANTED. "WarlTU," ro BAl.lt,' ,, "Pi4 w j vri ni'i mo.-am riMTNI) i I Sill U M K, ja 1 -A wri ifR)ftiiinntiK nnir ffr nwn DM i Of ft t ttwdlng Br ten, will betnATt4 tn lf 4Awnn WANTFD-A BIT(JAfi(iN-Brrnnnniiin. J wll citmintfd with th froHDff tu.. WATD-SlTTTATrON-A .r-kop-?, lr jounff Gnrmnn, with .i(y rflmrp!i. Ad rrm B. M , t It .iTofttaf, JnlO-t. 1VAM'KI-Tf) BktilA tfcht KxoreM Wttsr. on; alt ,6 Ho l dfmMw.imrtml hortij.. ?TobfvweR Kt I. H JtRftKMKOHD 8 (UwfDopo(Ita Jtoofer), 318 Bro(Uiv. neiir Ouiirt. jniy il V A N TEn-10 !NV FST )l,O00-fn V ftf T ftud troHtabt kmslnoM, itlrndy eUMlnlnd. Addre, with real Dimo, JlldllSKa:. at thli uillce. "IVjINTBD-A (Jermar, girl between the &k f tn nd flftn yearn. fr a nnrae, to a i forty-five mile np th rive r, Inquire at roorn tStf J?PiMw HoitP, thf morning, jnil b 'VrANTKI-GIHL-To do r ham b r. worn la a V pMvntc fnmilr. Aprly at No. 4H Swrenth-t., tutireeu Walaut and Yin?, n'ter nine o'clock A. M. fjiiK-b.! T by r lady who h had con ni ...

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 January 1861

THE DAILY miEBa. (I ATI' PAY ...ft....- J ANEARlfTf THE THREE SKATERS. I,ire .loud, they eend across the lea, II i hand holds here as In a vie. : The moonltsrit "trltiM li ha. ti Mown nalr , Oftaidtome Mlldc and Kupert Clare. !he Ice tvtne beneath fhe steel j t troens lu feel hi. spurning hwl : k'htl ever with thsfollowtng wind A shadowy skater flits behind. "Why skate ws thus to tar tom land? Oh I Blip, rt Clare, let o my hand ! I sen H (Hi- X can not hMT The wind about us moaiis w 1th fear I" Hla hand ts atllTfr than a vice, -JKis toaoh la colder than the ioe, . II ia face ia paler than the uioou 4 hat paves with light the lone lagoon ! Oh I But-art Clare, I feel I trace A something awful in jour face I Tou crush my hand yon sweep me on Until my breath and senna an gone I" His grass etlfTer than a vice, Bia Cm la ci.Mer than the lea; aWie only heara the rngig tuae 01 skatee upon the lone lagoon. "Ok. Ro pert Clare! swee Bupert Clarel T II uo van's mWr.V. hel DlV fifaverl I could n...

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 January 1861

-THE DAILY PRESS. ' It rabllsnad dally ttsnnaays nototd) bp -KBNBV HRKD As CO., ... rBOPBIKTOBB. FIK- VUI1-ST. , err. trrjsTO-BOptii. CU OTHOlRKJiTl DAILY PBsM Is delivered t subscribers la Clottnnatl, Covington and anrroundlhi miles and towns, at thesntnnMly lowprlceof A" J IITJNCJBISl Wl K, J j MlilLl TO TBI CUlSIBa. Pstea 0 attmua.-tiinsl onplea, 9 eentsj en AMUSEMENTS. it -MIKE'S OFKRA-nOl'SH.-S. N. PI KB, ML Iroprletor; 0. T. biiiiB, ftago Manager; J. . Uebiieut, Tieasurer. Benefit of the Widows of the Policemen, BALLAM AND LONG. MONDAY EVRNINH, January M, will be pro 'dnred Pratna of Intense Interest, fur tin first tiirre al sue vpera-nouee, enuiica IBt FATAL DUEL; i'B, woMiN'i I'F.an.s. Crnnt florae de Bonv.et-nl, Mr. Taylort Lnclen da t riervai, jnr. nommer : l.eon tie ucauci.ene, mr. Nerval. Mr. Mortimer ( haplin ; M as, Mr. Ftarr:s; Paulina, Miits Siuaa L lielun; Uanrlolle, Jim Fanny irennain. 'I Son... .. I'm Only Sixty-two," Mini Marian M. Bmitb, only file years old. Mr....

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 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. aitiTOM Asm rmnrmmoa. Oi l RIAL FA fall OF THE CITF. MONDAY ..J AN LARS l It ia reported thattke Charleston Collector lias concluded to pay oyer tbe balance in his bands. He refuse to pay the laborers on tbe forts when Major Anderson discharfred tbem. Tben be was out of the Union. This remarkable burst of honesty Indicates that be Is doubtful where he stands, and thinks It best to provide for his official bacon by as suming a virtue which he had not, a short time ro. It Is a strong symptom that they begin to think the Secession game about up. This hoccsty seems to be exclusively con fiDtd to those who bare salaries depending on the Federal Government, for the Legisla ture has passed an act suspending the collec tion of debts for a year. Georgia Gone. Georgia has gone and seceded. A large minority of the Convention voted against it, notwithstanding the Atlanta Qnederaci, and other Georgia pupers, say the most ter rific means were used to carry the elections. As soon ...

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 January 1861

WANTED. WANTS." " rS RAMI," ' TOH LOUT," "WVVKiJ," " HO AUDI NO,' . A. aTtlsamants oomlre nnriarthaae haadlnsa. not e eoadins Brs lines, will be Inserted twloe for oaata). '.VA,NTKnT(, SKI.L AfMT-eanrt Biardlng. v tionBe, tH-ar tb river, capable of accommoda ting forty boarders, and iliing a ami oah bnsi. nrm. Inquire at No. ft l Kaal g-cood st. jaln-b ilVN T Fl STAN Aa Invalid nurse, vug vv fit pir tj, mill and board; also, a porter In a lintel. Apply imnirdlatwly at the I'ltr Kmploymant Ofllce, No. iS7 Walnut-st., second lloor. jalai-b WATFn -mUL To do fenernl tioiiMW orK- vv one a ho can como wnll rec immonded at 45 Everelt-at., bete-onn .l.,hn-el ana 0utral-ar, i . fjn2fl-b alTANTHI- -A OIB L To do plain ccoklnir, lrfnlna and v-.nernl hntisiawnrk. v V washing, Irr.nlng and JoDa need apply but tln-sn who can do it well. Ad- T'J at 80 Mound-el.., or 39 Vine. Ja20 h aTANTIiD TOSKlTf.-A" light EvpreM War tn;aiso, a No 1 double-bai-mlf-d 8hnte-un. VoTia scan at J. It HK.KkSKiun S (Co...

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 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY ...JANUARY ill [From Macmillan's Magazine.] THE SPARTAN PRIVATE. BY SIS F. H. DOYLE. Km f f !V, anil arlvata of th. Buffs, Win iVrnalnwl llnrl with lh grog carta, fall into tlia hasda of tho Chlnrw. Oa thy Dt mornlog ihf war lirongat hf..rt ! ilhoriilM. and com tnanrlod . perform the t. Tha Balks olroyrd, tat sloyao, the JSugllsh sr.lcilsr, aoclarln I that ha would nol prostrate lilnmolf More any Chloaman gliva, was Immediately knocked nana the head aud 111 horry thrown on A dunghill. C'llna Corretpomitnt Lnkm Ttmti.l last night, among tila fellow roughs, He jet-U-d, iruafTed and twore ; A drunken private of tl,t Duffs, Who sever lookrd beluro. To-day, beneath the fnian'i frown, lie stands in Klgin's p: e. Embassador from Britain's crown, A lid tjpe of all her raca. Tonr, rerkleii, mde, low-born, ontanght, BswtWeri'ii. and alone, A heart, with Knftu.li Instinct fraught, II. yet can call hie own. Aye, toar hie twdf limb from limb. Bring rord, or ax, or flane :...

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. — 22 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. 1 U parched Awy IVnneay. not exoeaaedl be tkMHtXtV HHRU c CO,, fBOPBHTTOta. . anKw-viae-er., orr. mmm-movn. ram oibcib;ati dailt fhu i. dAirend to gnbKtltiere Mnolnnati, Oonnatoa end parronwdlng eltIM end tewna, at the ctranAlr low price of A ' I1TIK OINTR A l E nuu to t CAaaiaa. Parens BUlLta.. "Infl. eoplee, 9 eenTej OB enth, Alto.i ttara aionthe, f)l ; one year, 4. AMUSEMENTS. IBIKK'S) OPER.llll lK-H. N. PIKE, tri-prletor; 11. T. bklira, Stage MauagoriJ. .P. Baa. lav, Tt.aanrer. rJOTfCB.-Ttcketa for the ITallam and Lonit Ben efit, will entitle tbe b'ddor toaumUaton thleovoulng. TrTRPAT EVBNtSO. .tannery i, eerond repre sentation or tha p pular -ematiun drama of PAULINE; Oi, Xiia Fatal Den, ' Oo"flt Horace do Bpureval, Mr. Taylor t tinclen da Nerval, Mr Mortimer; Leon do neaurhene. Mr. tlhaplin: Max. Mr Harr ei Pail ine, ftllaa Sueaa leiiln ; Uanrlelle, Mln Kanny UcDhan. To oonclude with tha langhable Comedy of 8KKKJHE9 IN INDIA. Tom Tape, Mr Rata ; Sir Matthew Sc...

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. — 22 January 1861

Til K DAILY PRESS. anrrnas n t.irainM. ' OfFICIAL, f AHK.I or THK HITT, The State of Kansas. The bill for the dini.inn of Kanm. liiu finally pHgpcd the Senat. It pi9el tha Dense jrcTtously. We suppose- Mr. Ba rbarian will not veto it, as he enid when Oregon ta admitted none but tfJWards e;e afraid of cmr "national expansion" that is what he called the admission of Oro prin and we know he is not a coward. There is tome gain amid all the lo3?es. Karfns will i-fTwt, at leat, Sonlh Carolina. Mie lma prrcortd her tight to admission thiciivh (.rent trhtilntion, .and has had to rrntti.d npnii at. fiauds, which even the Ad mitisiration jmrtj were ashamed of. It is ho(d that this dis'urbiDtr question, which bus done so much to keep up sensational hostility, is now finally disposed of. No Seward in the Cabinet. The Mac a-cbeek 2V regards the Selec tion of Mr. Seward for the new Cabinet as a mistake, because it would be a fatal error for Mr. Lincoln to make a CaWnet exclu sively from the North...

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. — 22 January 1861

WANTED. i," ni 8ai.," -rum i," rorNW." " BHARllINO." ao-A4-l onraiti. andar th-. hwllnn. not ea- lines, will be ineert&rl twioe fnr can ft -FII-fItrATION-Br Oarmai girl, lhe general n..Uf.woi a ot man laui- y kt 381 Co. tral-av ja22-' rUl-RlTUATlOH-In a hotel or dining. I in waiter. r4 a man of Mia y-ar , n stcwatf onflr-t-claMSt ..im lion Is mil A.l.lreT i i -ttrn. j-2MV I tv II-AWaM I 8 - I o sell Union i,,-, . -ateM, taMb-r-l anil rool itrvicexl'lo In ovars of the Union at all tiroes Cell xth-nt jaia h I Kll-A Ml I V A I lOtl Hy a young Ulan, -re Oopperfnilthli.g Paibad Bora ex. math. nary. AddieM W., at this .anV-i a. tax i Ml A 8-TllA I MS- B a young '" i rn nia, 1n a ea-oon, or a grocery-. t.oe. Address H H frees Office. i,ooa t,n duller. ja27-' I I 11-A BI'IHAJ'iOil- ludo cooking ir - rl hsmtwork, aimer It' Cl-v or oouutry, nJ5 Gtorge-t., beteean Baf.niror and i ja1? Ir A TKI-SI rtATIUN-llf a 8fnli-mi -8 J .. mm ce 8 lii.h-T Ha bftd ootiii trt'le In the 1'iidtr ft4s in th...

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. — 22 January 1861

THE DAILY FREES. TTkfDAY. -.JNllr4T 89 A SONG FOR THE TIMES. T tThlf King, vrlttea kr Oliver Wendell Holmes on the dey i f Ihe National Pant, h mil of patriotic feeling and impressive esntltnent. Bd. PaasaJ: V sing "nnr Country's" song to night V ith sadrir.r.rd voice ai d ee; Hr-r banner droops in clouded light Kfl eath t' a lilr sky V picgr hr-r orc In gulden wln Ttf-foi l"-i stare hsye Mtj Tbotieh dim !' rtdrlpntua orb tuar shine. . W have a touutry yet. ,Tere vain toalg-h o'er error put, Tbe fault tif elr,.. or ions; Our eolon-r li aril the thr-atinlng blast And spittilJii, tiel'-s suns H saw ths star arcnth'd f Deign full Bv mail irAailerw ti" n; Tint row fi ft in l fie bHlllOPPti Willi -That lnt,htd tueirrage to scorn I Vhat though thrlr watll.e cry is flung A'Timm liir li- wling v-avo. 11 -y innif tl'e sir rsiih irMe tongue Tlr KKItii inv storm hn linve K ousti of speortil the ttuuipet rings; Bestletit. patl.nt, culm, 0o hslp tin in if lii tempest t sings The piu against toe ...

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. — 24 January 1861

THE ' DAILYcl?JRES3w r aaallshed dairy tBnaaars sxoepud ) k JCNRY HREU As CO., ruorBirroas. ; rt hrw-rmt-rr., or. cvsToa-aoosa. ?ni CI HOI RW ATI DAILY PBESd la delivered s , tubscrtbeia la Cincinnati, Coving toa ul earroundlng oltlM and towns, at ha extremely low a rfc. of IIT1KC1NTM VI K , ' f rATxiia w nm eaaatBa. "' . Fair, or Matt.tm. single eoy1s, 9 eer-tsi dm oath, dOo. three month!, 91 ene veer, S t. AMUSEMENTS. f JJIRK'H OPEKA-IIOITSK.-S. N. PI K R. i rosrietor : C T. MldlTIl Ht.V7A Manaanf I J BKMBFIH OT MB; W. . UHSRIDAN. THCRBPAT KVENf NO, Jsnnary 84, th perf .rm Knre will commence with the lmmenuelr-aucceAiiftil tttHiaft. tn five acts, emitted PAULINE; On, Tun Fatat. Dvth. Connt Hornc de HenEeval, Mr. Taylor; Laden rl pcmi, 01 r. mummer ; jjeon tie rftucneoe, jnr. Dad in : u , uhai air. nni ri , a rimme, flllH DU5AU I'ouin , h-iic, mine rninif imirinm. (ronff-- Aim) Whit and Biob," Miss Funny Tenham. To ooticlnrfe with the drama, in three a. tn, of TILE BHIDE Of LAMMKKM...

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. — 24 January 1861

' IIKNUY JlXCKU Sm (.. 1 iritou axo raorairroas. 1 - - ,. . i ii V- 3 THTR-D4V JANCARY 41 Tim Crmmernal takra groand in favor of 'tl.s continuance of Mr. Holt rs Poslmtjter OtLeral under the Liccoln Administration. As Mr. Holt hs is yet done nothing from n hirli the character of his Official career caa be determined, it is possible that the Cjm fnercia't moe may be like the firing of 109 guns ia honor of Major Anderson little premature. The Commercial can hardly be a rafe counsellor when it goes off a half-coeV in this fashion. Mr. Etheridge. It undoubtedly requires a (rood (leal of courage ia a Southern member of Congress to ntter such sentiments as were uttered yesterday, in his jlace, by Mr. Ktberidge, of Tennessee. For saying similar things here in the North, we hare been rated at as preacher of Abolitionism. The remarks of Mr. Etheridge lay the origin of the diffi culty at the right door, and ' will do more to pnt an end to agitation than all the device of all tne compro misers...

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. — 24 January 1861

WANTED. ,7 aa ft "WARTS," "roil BALI," -roa an nr." 1.0HI," "rOt1ND, P.IKI1!. o-e-seriieemeate ooeaine Vfidar thase heariinge. nfttea. needing gee llnae. will he InesreMl twin for ttA nxiv, UTANTRD- OlRIi At 1 1 Kmlth t , to do V v getter ai honeework, washing and Ironing. Ua-o- WANTt D-B,0O0-in (tiK.4 cite property, for two jeers. Address Q. At , at thli oulca. nvANTKIi A car ol a small child. HlTKHK-ftlRT., to take Apply at Sloe Krorott ja23 b - w, wr HTHI-A llehl WtOIlt rr nr.sn TtnOltlY: v v Address X. T Z , Tlirif s office, stating prloo. Wo nbjtcltoDH toegond second-hand article, Jn'JS-d 11TANTFB-A SITUATIOH-A. har-keepir, hf w V mr,i Dwniit. wi'h many cltr referencs Praam aadrem P. R., Boat Store, ho. SO Pm-llo Lsmllng. jaM.b V','',-AO't'iT8-T,, sell Union Badge... TV (he neatest, tastiest and most serriceanla In- elcnia for lovers of the Union at all time.. Call at .1. L. PHAK eVH, 1 Kml Fourth-st. jaSt-b IVANTKB-A GIRL To do tha work of a V w email tsmlly. Inquire at HA Wal...

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. — 24 January 1861

THE f DAILY PRESS. ....janhaut THE DESERTED HOMESTEAD. BY WM D HOWELLS. irn m ta. adT.no. sheer, of th. AHntlc Motto!), Tor frbturr, we extract thU marltorinaw poem, by onr talented young friend of the Capital City.! . Tb. wet treM hang abnT the Tfajlts I'nrnle w th damp, and farthlsh stalng, Anil atrewa tij motwly, absent rains r ith (om-Imhi trom th wild-grown (talk.. Dninowi, In heary, tangled .watns, The r Ipe June-grass ts wanton Mown : Snail, slime the untrodden threshold-stone, Alonf the sills hang drowsy moths. Down the black Tls.ge of the well, rVher. mn n wavering trace appear. "Like a forgotten trace of tours, ' From .wolkn eaves the elow drops crawl. V her every thing wsswlde before, Tlio curious winit that comes end goes, Yimls ell the lattice'! -windows clo.e, rkcreland doe. tbe bul .l doer. And with the shraJrV) end rnnnns wind, That in the archrM doorway Cites, Ami at the bted portal trios. Aid barks and liuim at the biiod- ForcTr-r lnrks mr thnwght abont. And in 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. — 25 January 1861

THIS DAILY ritliria to jMtah4 tall Uiimaara automata )M .. KKNKY RRBU So CO. i. TttQPBiKTOM. J ; J ; ; trt ioa-TiynT,, ore. oBroa:-nTia, (HI OIHUIBiflATl PAIbT PS la delivered w npecnfcars ta Cincinnati, Oovlngtoa en arronadlna aitla end tewne, at he ea tremelv low atlca of IITI C1KTI I K -AtAPLa To raa oaaaiBa, raises o IgAiitire.-Uingle'eoria, 9 entt oa onUi, dOcl three Months. HI ; m .ear, W4. VOL. IT. NO. 155. ; CINCINNATI. B ' ; .hi ' , : I. .' I i." r ' VVt FRIDAY - MORNING, JANUARY 25. Wl. '. A J ... ti' " . i. '. : ' ' : I'M v: - .,. PRICE ONE CENT AJ)VEIIT I SEMENTO v WSCTTUal 1Mt fOtlCMOm MTtl"4 y AdiMHesaasate, sot codia( Ave Mnea (urate) r ' On tnrtUm f at ltartoeYaZ7l & ! Ins.rrsi at see fetlewkta rates par anar. of tea llnaa 1 Paotassi Ilea., r.8ifl. F-aob ertriltioaai laeertloae. ln.w-n...ai a lntlinisjva wnMtt&w. .JOD FTTTTvr"T,T Terr la at Ma fcra-t,M wttn ...at-w and diewaarai AMUSEMENTS. WBIKK'"! OPERA-HOUSB N. PIK.K, A iroprletori O T. Smith, Huge Manager...

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. — 25 January 1861

TiikDAiLVlvi IK witmi aaa nmimu 'orrtuuk papkb orl-Hii hitt. . i iirRr TUB CWtVr Ignites with cWmirjtC sim pMoi, "Wtr sbrmid ot Lincoln an Ham l:n tesiB.T" A fitlici? An' to Itie qnaa. tlon aruM b to !. Motht, 1o tt: Whj should tlicj rMlfin? Elected by the people aecotdiog to tbe coti&iilutional. flan, what vxht have U:tj to f bird? Wbt sort of rHurn would it be for the preitVreoew which thf tropin bare shown for them, to resiRiiT Bui tleie U suo'ber view of the ca, RTid one xtilch fxoi.lf who talk ai the Courier tWs ar obliged first to Tjerlook. Snpnnea that Lincoln and nmllB fbonld resia, what lfiiT To ptrmit omebodj el.e to be elided; of course. . But who elsef 8ome Hd) tbet will frleace the South, But who will i1mm the 8ontb r Breckinritifre T vNo. Tlmt matter has Wo decioVd. The maj.irity of the South dor cot went Mr. Brecktrjrio'gp. Mr DobkImT No- . Kir. Donglas is la a mi roti'yin the Houtbero States. Mr. Bell? Vo. He ada in the same category with tie others. The South ha...

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. — 25 January 1861

WANTED. i. "WAMTH," -rOH Al.B." -r,,h imf liOHl." "Clfllll." RuAHOINU - as - Alt e-prtlpement. otmi ander (Mm hearlinaa, eoaaa. tsavlln(vettnae wit' hamper-- MMMMan, V A la Tti It- A 0 ( K -1 as Dlntng-sal, .on 1 0. T guno atlO! Vlne..t. javh' IVMHi-lIDHI I(l,I- Wei aur a; ij'"m''A" orU-rniaii prefeired In.mlre at 114 Paul Fih.h-et ,!,. ve Lock i IVf '"BO-For er..ral hn.tpew.ira:. ' v. mqni e t.n 1 nil a-l , UfTle svpat el Hal rard gtou, three d-t. n j s.v.n- ILl lTHI- A HlKl To c.k 'e.h and In. 11 ' ' Apply N1h-et. between Karsn4 E nj J.h TsV TH-W,(H - g""d el prope-ty, vv lor to leers. rt'rtM M , st thin office. ! " ' "' n' AStTKIs-GI Kl.8- t the Buiithga'a il .., tan tlrt- rate l.'hiiiiil er-a rl. RMuu Wam illil Q. rw an prefer red Sir wephlng - jars l ' ATr -A ligl.t WAUoN or open BUG ,Y. wv Addiees St. Y Z , ' 'Irn-n OBIee. slating rioe. , rio plot oil.. pa to agta.d second-band artlcie jai3 a J -To B' Y Missouri ili,li,i,tPl sadieae .tnrtai u nuitui ...n care af Fr. ,-s t'ftic...

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. — 25 January 1861

rii a r an o a it V b. THE PALACE OF POESY. BY EMMA ALICE BROWNE. em wp to my pelao Biaong th. hills, , , , Pnr a stat.l) house I mine . CVsnoassa. drewa. war mortal III. . In th W oduf mi iel vinyl O me.it e m at liQU-irrojra M till the eilnism ebb and In -Of th sans'i light" nam the clouded ahorse. Redden tlx world brlew I. , ; I . I. In my pfturea of " If. L rk nt thrvjogh mv twilight bars, f t lity, intrcldft vHl ftpul - To Btrt th fl nl lb slaca I Town In m mi-aoVws ihe lilic spring, Bsfe tr n the winter' r,ach A sea with a stiver mnrmm Inf Brash i.h a silver bei-h I When the morning inirii with tba golden sphsre, 1 opi-n m w rdows wide, , . I'd e tbotiHtnd plum, and ft thousand spear. Beast oa Biy regal prMm C p from ih. vale of r bseovity To has brantitiil htght" of ml Ob, com my tT, mm drii k with mo The blood of auuBurtal win I . Com it to try ontmr"pl''a. oh wet, Kn m thv rirer winter dun And Ihe v Ind in th no l onr feet chetl sing ihie a loel rhrme -A liyrly riijm. Ta fr...

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