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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 January 1861

THIS DAILY PHESa j pebtlshad dily Urttnaayi MtaNfM) bf KJBlfltV HRRO, CO., rlOFBlKTOB. .'.. . .' enKW-yipa-tr., err. etreTOit-aorrf. YH1 0TB01BBATI PAILT FBES8 It delivered t tueeortbera la Oiuolnnatl, Oerlagtoa an PUTroondlng ettle and town, at Mm eetnmelr low prie f I1TIH CENTS A W K( iuu to Tin outran. Mm ov Mn,rw. -Single tnt, 9 ) om nth, 4o. thra. months, SI i on year, 81. AMUSEMENTS. IblKR'r OPERA-HOU8B.-8. N. PI KB, 1 ro rletor ; O. X. SMITH, Stage Manager i J. I, HtaaxaT, Tieasurer. r BINXFIT OF MISS BTJBAN DENIM. THIS F.VKNIN0, Jan. 2a, will be presented th ' Sensation Li ama " entitled BOSK ELMER) Oa, A Divinxn Bull ahd a Divipio Haitd. Bom Elmer, Miss Susan Dentn; Col. Hasting, Mr. Lsnagen Albert Halting., Mr. Mortimer; Fer dinand Caaslnova. Mr. Chanlint Thngsan. Mr, Sheridan i Duke of Bareslelgh, Mr. Harris ; Sir Vincent Leeter. Mr. Sol Smith, jr I Iaura, Miu H. Kadollflei Fatty Ferkln., Bis. uennam. Song" Manetllalee" - Mis. Susan Benin To conclude with the laughable Fa...

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. — 26 January 1861

THE DATLY PKES3. I1KNUY H.ICKU & OOi wmuut nnruriiH, .." UtVKIlAlt rAPKB Of TUB Dili. rATl'K4Y. Tb plriolic speeches of Messrs. Clemens, of Virginia, tied Etlieri.lge, of tcDnea'ce, hare foiicffd onr neighbor, th Qeuetu; and allhoogb it ii still nncoinpromisinj towaid Secessionists, it ii willing to meet these patriotic gentlemen on the Border State proposition. It withes it distinctly uedtrstood that it concede nothing to Se teff kn, but it does it only to hold up the Lor ds of the patriots of the South, who Are the JUidianitei of Secession. Another Steamboat Disaster. By f facial telegram we learn that the, stunner ilelrott has sank in the Ohio and is total lofS. Variations of an Organ. Our respected and torcib'e neighbor, the Erquircr, pronounces the resolutions of the democratic State Convention to hare the ring- of the true metal. One of them ex presses an anxiety to settle on the Crittenden proposition, if the South would consent to accept so little. That proposes constitu...

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. — 26 January 1861

WANTED. -.ANTRB-AO'KMt-InaDlnlng-enln-ri. In. tV eatreetl 97 Vll-. le-', ( ANTKU-lMMIPIAl Kl.T-A Wet-nnr.e; If in Ama'lrei, or Oermnn preferred Inunire ixt 94.1 Imi rifth-et , above Lock lata-lr lr ATKO- A GIRL-for genaral homework, T lnqnlre on Thlid-et .Covington, three do.ra .aatofOarrard j-b . i&niir i. ill n i 'i i iuwik amn ran Apply at l'-lU Mnth-st., between Race and jaJB-b V ANTH-'J,IO0-id good ril- property, v v fur 4o )oare. Aditr-aa U. At , et thU olllc. U-ti-j WANTKD-OI Rl 8-At the Bonlhfcate Hou-e. two first rate !haml.er.g rla, nd one Wa-u. girl 0 re.se preferred for washing m IVAt.TrD-A light WAGON orop-nBUQ'iY. 1 w Y.i.t... v V7. . 1 tm. off..",, stain, oricn. Tfo objections to a good second-hand article. ja33 d - V A T I 1. - A SITUATION -By an American VV pirl. aeventeen eara old, to do w try in a TOfilt fenniv. Can come well rtouniinended In quire at 464 Seventh kt- JaM " m VA1 EO-I wish tn trade Houruon vrnisay v tT a good Beoo.d-hnnil bn-lno. ttna.r, -with ...

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. — 26 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. .JANCABT SLAVERY SENTIMENTALIZED. 1A these Tenet, by Thoroa. Bailor Aldrlch, rep resent slavery from purely sentimental point of Ticw, they aaturally have their nhrord a well a their bina aide bat aa tbT ara at least awaet an sympathetic, a reproduce them In ear column.. . FBsat Miriam V tha planter1 door. Iter child upon her knee, Cut as the tailiKht gathered roan 'ihe vale of fiachoocheo. Bat with an anguish In hr eye Ami loteliesd bonriid low Sal Ilka a statue can-ad In atone. AU pallid with her woe. ' Ht dnrk bayou anil cyp-ees-swamp, i Bv rb-e-t-ld and Isgooa, Hi r mind went wandering to the land 5 hat scorches In the noon 1 .Ar-d en the lorerefher youth Bbe turned her patient eyes, And saw him sad and faint and lick Beneath tboae alien akiea. 8be saw him pick the cotton blooms And cut the sugar cane -- A rtiit nt iron no his wrist And round hia heait a chain. 8h aaw htm, when hia work was don Hit down in some lone plax-e To dream of ber, and weep f ir her( fil...

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. — 29 January 1861

THE DAILY PItESS. pablkhtd daily (Bandars Boa.xooUdJ kf IkfiNIlY II IC IC IJ JkCO.i ... FBOPBinTOBSj. ... .. artsrw-viat-rr., or. curron-Hom. HI OIBOIBNATI DA5.1.T PMSI tt Stilvert te subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington and ' swxroeundlng tlttsa and pawns, at aba extremely low rloe of 1 tlTINOlllTliWI Ks rAiAsia to thi ottttna. mm ev MAiiiwe. single ""J") " oath, AOe.l three months, I i on year, AMUSEMENTS. HIKK'H OPERA-HOiTSE.-S. N. PIKE, I Jl iroprletori (J. T. Buitb, Stag. Manager J. : J1. Hsatint, Treasurer. BXNIFIT OF MB. J. H. TATLOK. THIS EVENING, January M, the performance ill commence with Bulwer'a great play of BICHKL1KU 1 ' Oi, Tn UompiRAcr. Cardlna' Richelieu, Mr. Taylor ; Ohevelier de Man- Lret, Mr. Mortimer j Baradae, Mr. Sherlilan j ouis XIII. Mr. Uarrli; UuUn, Mr. Jennings, (lie'irde Brlnghen, Mr. Hale; Joseph, Mr. Len Bcnnl Jnlle ile Mortemar, JIlM Susan Damn; Marian, Miss M. BadolllTe. To conclude wilh the laughable Protean Farca of ' . IN AND OUT OF FLAGS. lefty,...

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. — 29 January 1861

THE DAILY TIIES3. HENKY REED c CO., Bo irons abb pbofbibtobb. TFKMDA 1 J AN (JAR 1l 1)0 Admission of Kansas. It will be Been, by reference to the report of the CoDgieteionsI proceeding in this morning' Irene, that the House ha cof cuired in the Senate amendment to the bill for the admission of Kansas. The Tote on the concurrence was 117 against 22. The Laws of War. The Commercial regards it as great folly for the Government authorities at New York to stop the muskets In transit to the tsooth ; but bold tbat if it be true that fctim uaronnais Having a battery or rifled cannon made at the Chicopee Works, in juaEsacnusctts, for breaching Fort Sumter, that thould be stopped. Tbe treasonable shipment of arms, it tecmB, depends on the size of the bore, A Message from the President. The President, whom our Legislature wns "hailing with Joy" a little while ago, for his firmness and vigor, has relapsed. He makes the faintest and coldest acknowledgment that the forms will admit of, to the Sla...

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. — 29 January 1861

WANTED. "WAHT8' -roii 8Ab." -Foa ' nOABDlMw," Vwrtteamente coming emder thaee headlne., not ea. eeritng Eveline, will be tnaerted twtoefo ..1 oaate. ANTttD SITUATION At ch imb.rir.ald or nurm. Good lelerenoea given. Addree. B4ABY H , thin office VV-ANTKD-TO 8Kl.t,-A good ethT.td. V InqultaofU.I.. JHIUKBTY, Madtoon Ninut, Covington, Ry j(9 b' ANTKD A BAKKR At the Wnliiut-at. House; ! that unarit.nfl in dihiiiumk thnr nHd apply. PAVIH A MAKSH, J.W-li' WAHTBD-FOR CASH-Becond -hand Furni ture lt d llonaekerptnf ArtlolM Address Prewar ftf. for one month. jaso-aei? 7A''''F.n-. GOOD KSIEH.-r.ir a large v cylinder printing preae, ProilTtcr. a 17 Writ Fillb-at preae, at the onVa nf t'.a tV"lTkB" SITUATION-By a young man, v v whii I willing to work for board. Address B. M , Ctm Office jaw t V ANTEI-tITUAriOI-Br a girl iu a prf. at 31 rium-et v v vaie 'anuiy, toaoon, waen ana iron jaw I a'N'TH-A WOOD CO B.-Annlv between TV and HI o'clock at A I Beat Fourthat be- tween Sycamore aitd Broadway. j...

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. — 29 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TIIBA1 IANUARY 89 COURAGE IN LIFE. The world In half darkened with crosses Whose burdt-ns are welshing them down t They croak of their ilm and Ill-usage, And grops In a ditch lor a crown. Why talk o n wlnd fortune, r Or clutch at distinction and gold? II thou canst not reach hlh on the ladder, Thou canal MMilr its but by thy hold. for th flower, thmtgh Md In the corner, Will ax fan Itleesly finish its bloom, Wl reac h for a sparkle of sunshine. That cloud bare not dared to consume. Ami aoulilsl tlioo be lea than a flower Will) thought, and brain, and a hand? VtII wait for the dribbles of fortune. When there something that the mar com' mand. Thera Is food to be won from the furrow, And forests that wait to be hewn. There ie marble untouched by the cnleel I luja thnt break on the forehead of June. Will yen let the plow rust In the furrow Ui'bnildod a home or a hall? N r bid the stenee wake from their alienee And fret, aa tf Iretting were all. Go. learn of the blossom ...

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. — 30 January 1861

. THE DAILY PKESa ' inbllahad datn IHnnaays aoiensetad) k . "-' KUNKY HKRt) Ac OCT., ' PBOPBIITOKS. .'. mm iiii-w,i osf. oCTTOn-BOCTm. ' . OIROIRHiTI DAILY FBI'S ts delivered" subscriber la Cincinnati, Oevlagtoa and aartoandlng titles and town, at r th extremely taw trio of IITIN OK NTH a WB K MTini to ma daaaiaa. Fiwss or BTttiraa.fflniit copies, 9 eantei ea i onta, d-t thrse months, fAl ; one rear, 04. . AMUSEMENTS. 11KF'H OPKHA-HOIXK.-S. N. PIKE, Iroprletor; 0. T. bm, stag Manager J. 1. Bufiir, Treasurer. " . ' AtOTIItB ATTRACTIVE BILL. THIS kVKNINO, Jsnnsry SO, tho porfnrmanc will commence with the Drama, in three acta, of ESWSBALDAs Oa, Tut VtroiaiD or Notbi Dn: Onnslmodn, the Deformed TlcH-ringsr, Mr. Taylor! laorte Frelo, Mr. Phcrldan: Certain Phnshu, Mr. Mortimer ; Pierre Urlngolrn, Mr. Male :;ant. J"rtiet, llr. Harris; Concoa, Mr. House ; Cloiun, Mr. Lanagan; Esmeralda, Miss tiuMU Denial Bitter Gndule, Mrs. Pope. , To conclude with the amusing Drama of BOBKRT MACAIBBy -,. O...

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. — 30 January 1861

THE DAILY, PRESS.. UKNIIY liKICI) Ac QO. tit bditou Ai r-aor orrtoiAit PAFaB Of THl CITY. ...jirH no Secession the Only Way to Peaceful Relations Between the Sections. on wo took tbe (round that any attempt to retain tbe sec ding State ia the Union by force is . Out of tht question, as an alternate in any rent, whether it may be called enforcement of tbe Corrtltntion and laws, or coercion of ' ptatei: Tbattb whole Sooth is united spsinft tbe present, or late, Union and Con- ptitutlorj ; therefore, Secession baa assumed the proportions and pretensions of a popular and national movement, and Is entitled to le titatrd as such ; aad it would violate the fucdstriental principle of onr liberty to at tempt to put it down by force: That the Ur ion is odious to the peaple of tbe Sontb, and tbey have, with an appearance of una nimity, thrown it off: That their declared fcostility to it expends to tbe very sentiments Of tbe Northern people, which tkey pro nounce to be incompatible with their s...

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. — 30 January 1861

WANTED. A good tanner and finisher. Apply WW starter A Clare's, Bethel, nhloi mllb good cook. we.ner and Ireuer; T r aio,aclisruuerirmit, at Mo. 160 Ninth. street, lJa.HL.b-j WANTltD-tf) CARblAOK M NUFAC TIIR- RIIF-A situation by body-maker. Arflr.as B A A , I'ress Office. jag, h IVjtKTKD-A BOY-T.iwmrk In the kitchen 7 "prli at tho Buckeye Dining saloon, 170 nn 17V vine ft , net won: nrtb end fifth ja30 b WAA'1',,,SITl'A'riN A' chliuberntald v or anrae Ooed references given. Ailrireee I A RY AI .Ibis office jala b V 'M BFM RKLIj A giod aalhr-bsY. WW ln.lilinof Q.L. DOUGHTY, Madison Hnuje, Covington. By jalub ActTIlD A BAHTKH. At Iho Wahiutst. WW Honso; one that lind-ri.tAnA his bllliias: in B" olher need apply. DAVIS A fa A Will. a2-t TTKI-FI)ti OABH-Hecond lutid rqrnl. WW o, aid Ilon.ekM.pin. Articles Adda.! Drswer tiff, for one month. jaTy-aml ANTKII - a. OOuD nCKDKR-ITor a Urge r cyhmtor prlntina bto-, at tlia offlwof tfa g ni in jaW-b rw uyrar, it 1 vt est inn-si ja: WAIST"- SIT...

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. — 30 January 1861

THE DAILY PllESS. . JANUARY 30 MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL Financial Affairs. Eonr of the Bankers ut yeeter. lay ofn Imprownent In their business) but Tbirdstreet m generally quiet and Monetary matter! Here still easy, owing, u before, to the absence of any brisk demand. T,be receipt of Currency and the pay ment! are both light, but the former usually exceed the latter, and consequently the stocfc , is gradually increasing. Any large call! for Money would in a few day! render the mar ket rery stringent; and this demand is likely to be made at any time. Eastern Exchange, kg respected the in quiry therefor, was somewhat irregular, some dealers calling it very firm at i premium, and others but moderately so. The demand was equal to the supply at most of tjie houses, and dealers often paid on New York, though Yi premium was the rate on Boston and Philadelphia. Baltimore was in better request at i discountpar buying end Yi premium selling Gold was In improTed request at premium, dealers aski...

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. — 31 January 1861

, THE DAILY PRESS. -. j aehltshei daffy Uluntays not nniM) hp ' HBNRV R HBO Sc CO., pbopbibtobb. ' WI'TIII-W. err. OTOTOtf-BOUtB. .-. , ' tHl OTnOIBIIATI PAIL! PBBSi It delivered - pabeoribers la Cincinnati, Covington and . , anxTOTadltut eltlM and towns, ml ' Hi aatnioalr low arlo of : llTlROIXfll VI Ks atama to vara uisiiv Pineal t BarMnw.-lvirigie eentaj oat antta. 40. three senatha, 81 t one year, 1. AMUSEMENTS. IJIKK'H OPERA-HOUSR.-S. N. PI KB, ) roprietor ; C. T. Gmili Stage Manager S J. 1. Iiuut, Treasurer. CBPABALLBLBD ATTRACTION. THIS HVENINfJ, January II, th performance will commence with the Tragedy of PIZARRO; On, Tni Death or Boma. PracvtAe-e Holla (the Peruvian Mn), Mr. J. H. Tavlnr; A tali ha, Mr 0. I. Chftpltn : Arosembo, Mr M. Lenagan ; High Prleet, Mr. Bmllhi Cora, Miss M Rack'Ude. SrAKiAiira Pieatro, Mr. W. II. 8hrldan ; Alonro, Mr. J K. Mortimer : Valverde, Mr. Harris; Da vllla, Mr. Badcliffe; Blvira, Mist Susan Dee In. To conclude with th beantifnl Comedy of TAI...

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. — 31 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HBMtY ItlCtCI.) A CO., i mt(M and rmrmiTUi. f " orrioui. pa run t'h citi. .1ANITARV 31 On City Council if not equal to the f mernency. We ire pained to Bay it. Mr. Whitcom bat night ffered m resolution to instruct tbe Mayor to call an election next liIordflT, to take tbe sense of the people of Cincinnati on amending that wonderful document, the Constitution of the United States, whose divine wisdom seems to con- Hist in its great need of patching. The qnos tion was to be on inserting the Crittenden sedative. Why should not the city of Cin cinnati amend die Constitution of the United States T and if its amendment was disre garded, secedo from the Union and the State, and resume its independent sovereignty T Mr. Eg'eston, irrepressible, moved to sub mit also the question of enforcing the pres ent Constitution. ThU was nothing less than coercion. Yet it was also the platform of tbe part which devoted itself exclusively to tbe business of saving the Union at the last el...

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. — 31 January 1861

WANTED. 1 J : WiHT." "FWlriD." " "OAR-PINO, (nrllMiirall ot.mir nnner Ihere heart I nr.. not as. seeding Sv. linm, will p. Insetted twice for pent.. VirAflTKD-TWO SMALL R00M8-Or smsl! W OnttAgA. Asp'tai anlOwwl-w. jaSl-k WAITI!II-A rond tner and Antsh.r Avoir w v At Krter ft UIHiT l, netnoi, unio. je.V-b "VANTKB-JlltLl'-A good Cook and Obem V - bertnald. 1 ho 4'nnk to he a food washer and Ironer. A aply 1 1 8 llrondwuy. J3i-i WTAT HOUBB-Of fourorSre rooms. V In re.pectsnle locality. Bent mot to nwfl IS. Address M. P., thlsofltofc J3l-k IVATKD-SU UAT10N-In a good bulues. H (Ton-. Will lon employer $1,000 or Andrea, 1AFDBB, this olllce. je.,1-0- -MT M lftH A ffiuvl OOO k . ws-her and Ironer; IT .t,achainbermao1, At No.lttt) Nlntltetreet. b i WAHT1.D-T0 CARMAHR BIANPFAUTUR B A. A. i Press Offlce. TV Allf A BltllllUn UJ VWI)IUHli Adlr- JeM-b -.-m-r a AIT Erfl-A TtOV To work In the kitchen V Apply At th. Burkeve Dinlng-saloon, 170 and 17 Vino it uni-th aoil Fifth j.K lr -?(ttt C'AHII HAn...

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. — 31 January 1861

THE DAILY ......... JANCARTBt THE BRIDAL WREATH. Fair frae-ll flower. I Mi. will ant deem V. ho wrtn thai wreath to-alsht, a bride, That wlih your sweets I n draws Of mtit rove that early 4i4. These fragrant stems of trembling grata Hare waked a erlef that Ion had slept l And rears have dropped these blooms betweea, Aad.iee-wvelB iMr fatal, orept. She wffl not Fnow It ; ah. will emlle . To pa the sparkle, fresh and clear, And kiss away tha elrhe tba while. And bkaa their pertum. many a year. Tkna lat It be : ul evermore This spicy scent to her be awaat with h.ppy mess 'rles hallowed lore Of snartioge vow., and lov. complete, lint ante me, my daad ( this balm Must ever breathe of loss of thee ; And of tha lot ely brooding calm Ihat settles down on childhood'! sea. Sleep, alitor I sleep t Tha solemn year. Above tha Bass in circle alow ; Wall. aaddr griefs, and aina, aad fears, O'ershadow lifa with aorer woa. Tet Willi hrpel Throngfe. mist and Bight My aoul looks up andee afar The alin...

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. — 1 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. (a pnbUshtd dally (Sunnays not excepted) kf KKNHY HKKU 4b t)0.. -;..;. fbopbjetobs. 7 r , . . smew riss-tr., ott. cvrron-gouse. ! SUM UIBOMFiATl DA1LT PRKSS to deliver! M fabertbrs ia Cincinnati, Ooylagtoa an nrrosjdrrig dtlM ud towns, at . ah wtranely law Frio of tf IITFNOIRTIIVI ,K ituu to mu ouinii . Panes or Mtn.nw.-fllnilK oopt., 9 enr8 OM Mth, 40o.i three months, ftf ; on roar, M l-' AMUSEMENTS. InlKK'ft OPKKA-IIOIISR.-S. N. PIKE, t n.prletor ; ). T. Smith, Blag Manager ; J. 1", HuiUT, Tress nxer. SPLF1PID ATTRACTION. , THIS k-VENINO, Fobrnary 1, tha performance will oommence with tba Urania, in tbrea acta, of ERNEST MALTBAYERS. Blrhard Parrll, Mr. J. H. Taylor: Krnest Maltrav fri.Hr J K. Mortimer: sir W Maltravor., Mr. M. Lanagani Lutnl-r Fer'ers, Mr. W. S. Sherl daD : Lord 1 exlnghiim. Mr. Sol. Smith; Arm strong, Mr. O P I hapltn , Alice Darvll, Mini Buaan Ilenin ; Lady Floreuee, Miss M. BadclilTe. To aonctnde with tha laughable Parca of NIPPED IN THB BOD. M...

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. — 1 February 1861

THE DAILY-Pit KS A; HENHY.HKKH Ac CO.e ... ininuutrurumu , FKBKUAKY t W croitud u cknowlertKoar thinks to Settlor Krj fot oopien of tha State annuil rrputx; sJfo to Mr. Comly, of the office of the S cictiy of State, for eereral tabular etatement connected with the operations of the State GorernmeDt, and iotne sttistlcl tahlil for'ciwting tbe political horoscope, rhich will be valuable If our Union don't go f . If it iwl of course, there will liar to be a new polit cal score. A rouTicai philosopher we know be is a philosopher J the profound way he tails-said that tbe epitaph of this Oorern- cnt wonld be written, "Died of an ab3trac Con." A penOeman of intellectual pursuits we iiow tbey are intellectual, because they are in tbe per-eipi(a line remarked that in virw of Secretary Floyd's performance, the epitaph might be written, ' Died of a scries of abstractions." The Effect of a Peaceable Separation on Trade. We desire, in older to preTent misunder Stnrdirfr and misrepresentation, th...

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. — 1 February 1861

WANTED. WANTRlf Collate. -TW 6M lilt BOOWfl-Or email API l at ,'IU Central . v-ir ANT I-Clitl " nnl,,n n1 make button w v holes n pentnti-oea Apply at wl Pnnrth- at., rfwnn mntn and wetnnl. WANTED SITU ATION-To cook,wah and Iron, In a rrivnte family. Apely at .'tHft'i Bevriitat., between Mound and Oritur. foi-bt WANTKI)- BITriATION-Bya girl ' v v ciinmnerwnre, wfl.lilne and Ironlne 1m nvnte amll. Apply at No. SI Plum-et, tel-h vvr ANTP.D-HKbP-A good C.adt and Chan Lermalu 1 h l-roner. A ; plv at 1 took to lie a good wa-hr sod 8 Broadway. je3l-ti SIS. I if f.urordve rooms. Teicteble locality. Bent not to axceed Ai dliH M P , this elite. JaJI-b' v in a v -m-r Tfr It M 1 1 IT A T I ON In ll.d bllSlne.S- hnt-e Vol b an employer $1,00(1 or IIJW. ArfdteM DAM'UB, this nm jsai.o- 1(TS1'KI- F't CASH Benoud-hand Kmnl- TV IHTP aiiO UOWCKtpiU au-im nuuiw- Drawer ftfs. . j.?9 ami L aT War ANTKI- A HI irArillN-Br a ni'd-llo aural Vr ldy n monthly mirn. Good rel-reiico8tiveii Applatho 11 Ceiitial-...

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. — 1 February 1861

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