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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HblkM dally Uranears excepted) 9 KBNRV IlERU Jfe CO., fBOrBIlTOM. r Smew yuts-sr., on, eunoa-iovra., CHI OIHOiBBATI DAILY FBBSS ! delivered 9 pabeoribers Is Cincinnati, Oorlagtoa end pemmndlng oltlee ul totMi e ' BseeCtrenMlr sPWfrioeof IITIH CENTS A WKBKi PAVASLS TO m (iMaiaa, ' Fains or Whimm. Single copies, 9 cental sad ' mtk, 4O0.I three nmtlii, SI I on year, 9)4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S TUKATEH,.-THIEES AND Managers, Uasblin 4 Xowauii. Fifth night of Tl GBARD COMBINATION COMPANY. ANOTHEB SPLENDID BILL. NICK OF THE WOODS. . " TOM KINO AND DICK TUBPIN. FRIDAY EVENING, February IS, 1861, th great riajr, in three acts, entitled KICK Of THE WOODS! Ob, III JllliKiKolll. Jvertare..'.a ....Orchestra. And the Serio-comic Drama of the Life and Ad wenrurea of DICK TCBPIN AND TOM KINO. A GREAT BILL FOB SATURDAY I O O B E AO Hi I' JgJd IMMENSE SUCCESS! FOR.OXS WEEK MORE, j.t XT nlon XXnllf CATHOLIC INS riTOTE, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 1110 EVOY'S UICLORlMi -OF A...

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

TI I li Fl A 1 T V TT AXl-Li -LY! 1J A' X IHjUU. IIKNIIY IMCICIJ Ac CO., inrmi an. roetiiTos. official papkb or tub citi. FRIDAY . ...FPBRUAKi 15 III ihb communication on the Sabbath Conniiite and Mr. Conway, in yesterday's faisa, the remark "whether this is wit or argument," was changed by the types to "whether this is not our argument" which n ade it appear incoherent. Horrible Idea—From Our Depraved Contributor trlbntnr. A cbap remarked to an Adams's Express man, standing on a corner, that there was do need of all this fuss about Lincoln's going through the country, when he might bare put himself in charge of Adams Kx press, and gone along quietly. "Neer mind," said the Expressman, "let bim go his own way. The office-seekers will take the life oat of him, and Adams's Express will baveto bring him back." A Real Union Meeting Wanted. If we are to bare any more public demon strations in this city, on the crisis, let us have a full and fair expression of the opinion cf the people. We...

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

WANTED. NTklt A OOOD (HKIK ImmidliUI. )oo iji paid. Applr at iioy Butii at. VtTAKTRn-lllRI.R- V Girl At the Mad farm Hnnee. good Dinlng-ro'tni ri-b" rNTEI-A good UiyS-OlBL, at A 33 .TV Blablb-st. fell-b IVANTKW-Twogr three BOI LER-M AR KR.S, jrwf rlfeters. Applf at OWENS, LANS, . , Hamilton, Ohio. frlft-h Wf tD-A OIBL To do general bonne. work. liQuIr at 141 York-it, Newpirt, Kentucky, fal.t-b VMID-A GERMAN (IIBL-To do r.neral v housr-work- one pomp tent to cook wash and Iron. Apply at 1T Baymilldr-at. fH-h V"f NT ED 6ITUATI0K A Oook or Cham v v barmaid, or to do the general work of a auisll family. Tlie beet of reference will be glren. Applr est 3 Lffngworth-lt , vest of Perk. fel vb WANTDIMHBPIATELT-A Bonn pie,, tt-r-il. Applf to Mohawk Pry Dork, near Jfohawk Krhlge, or to RAMUKij FKKKMAN, A7t jTneniea-at., oornel- of Poptar. felfl b ViNTFD-T0CAl,I'K"s'- Immedlatelf. vv bono but good workmen reed apnlv. apply 0 the all. hawk l)ry Dock of NAUUEL JTKEEHAX. relo-b'J nTANTRD TO IM'Rmi...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. THE DOUBTER. BY WM. D. HOWELLS. he sits b-alde h low window, IB tb pleasant -nlg-tim, With bar far turned to th luawl, Beadlag book of rhym. And th I-Hgnt of th sunset, 8to'n Into the dainty nook, fhin she sits In her secred beauty, Lie crimson th hok. 0 beautiful ye so tender. Brown hmk tender d deer. Did yon leave yonr reading moment, Just bow, e I passed Bear ? Maybe, 'til th rneeUIahi Her features, o lilr-rmle Hsybe.'tls the lover's passive, bhe rradi of In lb 11. 6 darling, nd darling, nd darling, If 1 dared to trust mv 'houh'".. If I dnrd ta believ what I most not, Btltev. what no onaauglit- tr would read together Ihe PC.m Of th. Lot. th.t never d a-d. The passionate, world old I story Cnie true, and glorified. INGULAR STORY OF CONCEALED PICTURES—LIFE IN PARIS A CENTURY AND A HALF AGO. a ParU cntTBSDondent write! In a late letter: i ...it law ta nWiut to b tried before one of the civil tribunals, the origin of which is connected with a curious ana romantic his...

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

XU12 DAILY,rilE8& - r m tMls dairy Urimaunni not qM KJENBY IlKKU CO.,' FBOPBIBTOBS. .( S stikw vims-cr., ens crrrow-HOnri. ! 1 jfeft OIHUIBRATI DAIL.T PBtSi ft delivered te pMcriwi uinoinnati, usnsctoa ana I -surrotindlng eitlse end towns, at , . . . , Mm entnmabj low prlc of j - patali to m oum. P-ateaa or MAlLts.. Single eopte., a eentss OM , snth, 40o. thr. months, 1 j on. yesr. At. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THETRH.I,KSSEE8 AND Manager, Hasans AowAap. Sixth night of ttia GBAND COMBINATIOH COMPASI. . BKST BILti OF TUB BBASOJf I ' ' ' TWO SPLBNMD DRAMAS I BAG-PICKER OF PARIS. BESTITVTIONl On, Jack aud Jack's Bbothe. PAITRDAY EVENING, February IS, 1861, the great I'I.it of T Jean.. ...Welsh Edwards. Mart Didier- HiM Vlrglule Howard. Overture.. ....Orchestra. 1 To conclude with the latest new Drama, entitled BE8TITUTION i On, JAca and Jack's Broths. .Jack..... Mr. W. It. Sheridan.' Joew. - Charles Hale. Mary Maybnuh Mrs. VVelih Edwards. O D E O N H A I4 I. THE ZOUATB CONCERTS. THE ZOTJA...

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

Cp II j r A 1 T . V. VTi I 1X1 1 J UlXllJ 1 X JVUOC JlKNHY lllCKl) Ac CO., - - arrmaa saw paoraiiEToa. , its OrrilUAL PAPItl, or TH 01TI. A1IHVAT ... i rBRrR t - Tin Enquirer profewej 'o be horrified at the gtsttoent made y the orator of the procession' of German working-men tht called on Mr. Lincoln in this city, that if it become necessary the Germ on working-men would rail; to the support of the Govern nest. ' We tnppoflo that Mr. Obcrklein itated a fact. Theu tbe question is whether, when the Cotton States are in armed rebellion, and the Border slave States declare their de termination to protect them against the Gor err.mcn, it is improper for the working men of this oity to declare their willingness to stand by the Goyernmentwith their lives, if necetea?y. Has it become so that it is im proper to declare any thing but treason re bellion, axd aid and comfort to rebellion in this nation? if to it Another Deluge Proposed. The Gazette suggested some time ago that in c;e it became ...

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

WANTED. WANTKD-A GIRL-At ", Walnt.tM.t. A M-'T t S o'clock thl morning. rcl-b good Dialng-roun it-m-n- wmr inti :r mni.R-'r.o IT Uirle at I ho Madison House, ANTFD-BKBVArlT-oiRL-Abia " v iron na coo werruaa, .Varland-.t. apply at T Mo- ItTAM FI-AG KNTS- Hoy, and Nf a-a-Agenta v v to noil union street, np elal-e. Apply at 10 JEalt Third- TCI. B TANTFI AOfNOY-Loeal or trawllnjr. br v a young man of asperienoe. Addi-am HICH ARD1I. DOhlNU, Cincinnati P.O. Ilf,-e TV Lexicon, rftliar Lavv.tr, or Andrews'!. Stat. Mice, and aclies U. II . I'n M lltneo. lein n- viriNT k ii i wo or titree tun iiivn-raiRMin. good riTetr.ru. Applr at OWBMJ, LANK, CO i Hamilton, onio. wti.vn- W1tTtD-i GIRL To lo general house, work. li quire at 141 York-it, N.wpirt, Kentooly. fell-be V ANTFD ( 00K A good cook; none uee1 If a.pl that ara not woll quaiitled and run fire ?md retrenoos. Inquire at 109 West Fifth-st,, tetween Vine nnd Race-sts flfi b WAIST Ell-By a prompt tonsut, a computable dwelling of eisht riinmi...

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

TI1I2 DAILY PRESS. MTVRDAl , . FEBRUARY 16 MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL Financial Affairs. Financial Affairs are rarely M quiet here at this kuod ai tbey hara been daring the present month. Hnrdly any change worthy of note occurs frem day to day, and all the Bankers speak of inactivity in almost every department. ' Money remains easy for first class Paper, of which there is very little seen at present ; but inferior grades are difficult to negotiate, even at extreme rates. The transactions of to-day about equal in the aggregate, those of to-morrow, and the receipts and payments nearly balance each other. The stock of Currency Taries very little, though city balances at some houses were slightly on the increase. Eastern Exchange ruled yesterday as it has all the week firm, though not active, at X prem., selling; buying, on Boston and Philadelphia, and 40c on New Tort. Baltimore continued dull, at JAli dis., buying, and par selling price. New Orleans Exchange was steady, with few transacti...

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 February 1861

mu siaests EHE DAILY PRESS. pnhUehad dally OJunaay Ml nmiM) KSNHY RBBO CO. J Wiping, - km MawmtvaA FlU3PElTOTaa,, t fjfj j Wlxon 1 ? IBB err, VHrlValon4 Hft OWOlnliATt DULY FIHI Is Iillnn4 t fxtbaoriaere la Cincinnati, Oerlagto Bad pBrmartMnf elites ana tewaa, at I IhtwImulrknritKaaf 'Tn CUNTS A Wl'K) fatai tbs e WArv-tw. pingle oryylae, 9 cents MM ath, 4v. thru month, ! ; on rw, 84. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S TIIRATKR.-T.FsmKKS AjND UlUINI, AtAJMLUI A IdWABU. j - - Seventh sight f the CBAKD OOMBJLNATIOH OOMPANT. ' GREAT LBDGIB BXTIVALI HIDDEN HAND. 6e mond night of th (ucceaaful Dram. BI8TITUII0N ; Ob, Jaob abb Jaok'i Brothib. MOttl) AY BVBNINQ, February 18, 1861, the great Iieilgec Urania, la Bveacts, entitled TH1 HIDCSN BAND. PlacPoneld..........,Mr. W. B. Sheridan. Oapltoia black... Mra. Welsh Edward. Ov.rto .......... ,. ,.,...,. Orchestra. Beooad tine of the tucceaaful Drama. In two acta, entltlwi ' BKSTITUTION ; Ob, Jacb akd Jack's Bbothib. The Orphan, Joe., , , , , Oharlre Hale. t1t...

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 February 1861

.THK DAILY PRESS. ; HENRY RKKD CO.. aA mniinu. orrwiAk fapkh or th ciTr, IHOrtDAl. ...FKBnUART 18 Sermons for the People. v Ws publish 1" thli paper t discourse da- livVM vHteniay y Rer. M. D. Con wsy to a largo congregation at the First Congrega tional Church, a the Cbrtstiaii Sunday MdU tlntt fVom the Jewish Sabbath, and on the effort of the Bsbrmth-Observance Society to Impose the Jewish Sabbath on this people. ThU la the tecond fermon oa this subject. Out numerous readers will find it a discus sion of the subject on. the principles laid down by Christ himself; and in a spirit of broad humanity. , Change in the Board of Public Works. AbnerL. Backus, Esq., the only Demo cratic member of the Board of Publio Works, retired by the expiration of his term of office oa the 16th inst, and was succeeded by Levi Sargent, Esq. Mr. Backus is a thor ough, practical engineer, baring devoted his life op to this time to the profession. Be has achieved a reputation as competent, faithful and ener...

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 February 1861

WANTED. W'"'T?'M,,iPi,M" Apply by letter ( 'fr' "W" lock box if, I'oii-offlo. . i.t-h , WA NT K AP-TO ,P I! SWIM A R B-A aeonnd hand Coanterand Brand, raltablefit a bar-room. J'.l'VA.NTFJD-i GKBMAft GIBL-Who Break. " nsMn, to Jo general housework. Aprr s -r-JlAB Broadway, corner of Fonrta-at. fets-1 VtrANTBD-TwoorthrMBUIlIR-UAKERS, v gooo. nveiere, AddIv at llllaa. LANE. Bamllton, Ohio. . fcl.vh WANTRO TO PUBI!flA8-All er nart-of an intrveet III profitable bit.lne., for which i,i.. fntwi win dh paio. no - f baelneea, A. H., at thi! office. Address, itatlrg kind fW b 7A?rTtl Ooeupante for large front roon i W or room! I n aeoond atory, with boarn'. Th loratlew e-fHteellant. Apply at 948 Bace-et., ht. . SSixtk awd tmalk, fl7-b drcanmaker that nnrleratantl. runt'lne On Grover A Baker's Bewlng-rrMrhtne. Apply at tie. JIB liook-t., one doer from rifih, Iml7-b WATHI-from two to throe thousand rlol. tai. for two year. Will ray good Interest, ""cured Tiy mortnt on Improved city pi-opnrty. ....

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 February 1861

TUB daily mEsa monpav.. [From the Knickerbocker for March.] BEUTIFUL VIOLANTR. BY OLIVAN S DELAND. I (Tlotane, Annfutar of Petma, fcmoM for hr beauty, wa adored br all who knew her, though ah. u often wanton, and parfldloug to her lorer, 'n' among whom were Titian, Fast Veronese and other in",' .mlnent artiirt of that ago. She loved profoundly while her taaaiun luted ! but the eotm fxmr weary m . eeti, and Bought tbe arm of a new enslaver) het censa aad imagination Mn perfectly captared, bal her heart an rpirlt never. Id. Pxal: r Hall, daughter of Mm, Vlolante the fair I f Hweet mi tt at Titian cheunted till he died : i then fairest folly that creation e'er beat lorth to anare the aoula that for the elghed I i Yoluptnons flower I that hlooma bnt to destroy ' u Kerb willing victim that becomes thy slave, Oh 1 lovely thon a hope'B first promised joy Hot wanton at the vlna-klssed Brentaa ware. Beneath that nnwy brow bnrn paasfon Urea, 1 hongh heavenly hnee are ever in thine eye, And In...

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 February 1861

THE DAILY' FKES3J ' -" Si aaMtohsd deity tSnn can MtuittH )F r KKNUV HEK1J awl 00.7 . .. r fbopribtobs. . NimiiMt., on. Ofiroa-aom, fHI.OtHOt K rtAVf It ALLY mlh deBrere. W snbsorlbera la ClBdnastl, CerlngtoB sod t - BBrroaadlMe1tfeBniIrwas,M o - A iitaMlr IcrwprtoSof , IITIR CENTS A W.CK, J , - i Miuunniouuo. Piyow or BTirv,TWS. Finals ewpvas, 9 oeuvaj m Both, 4wo. throe airmtbs, fl ; one year, ft!. AMUSEMENTS. gMITH dc NIXON'S II A Li Li , THIRD WEF.K OF THI CAMPBELLS. ,' FRANK LESLIE, J. H. BAINEB and t, H. BOSS, ' . Kuum and Proprietors. tvery Evening In a Programme Rich and Varied I MONDAY EVENfNQ, for the first time, THK WOMAN IN BLACK. Tickets 30 cents s Children 15 cent . , MT FEANK LF.SL1B, Business Manager. JUKE'S OPBRA-HOUSB. . THE ZOUATE CONCERTS. - WASHINGTON'S BIRTH-DAT. THB ZOUAVE OPKBATIO CONCERT TBOUPB respectfully annonnoe to the cltiaene of Cincinnati, that they will (In their Tint Grand Entertain tnent la this eitr, at the above-named place ' ON FB1DAY EVENING, F...

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 February 1861

nil Uji T4T V TP T?G1Q .HI J J MJIXIUL XJ-VIjOO. , UKNUV 11EEU 6c CO.. aeavvw. awn rftftPurtoM. . offhuai, pai-aa or rum citt. 1 IKXsrAY.. ..rKMBITAKY ID Anatomical. t Oh J. B. back-bonst Ottend slbij not. Treasons, Stratagems and Spoils. Jeflereo, Davis, President of the Southern Confederate made a fpeech at Montgomery Saturday night, hicn la calculated to strike terror to the NorlBfern heart. He said the time for compromise is past, and they "will make all who oppose tbem imell Southern powder and feet Southern steel." This is undoubtedly an abbreviation for Sonthcrn stealings. He hat the North there. The cotton Confederate are already veterans in that line. As for the Southern powder, we shall be glad when tby come to it. They bare burned powder enongh already, firing salutes, to carry on a pretty extensive cam paign, but it has all been powder stolen from the Government. Southern Valor Too Much Pent Up. From a time which is now growing dim in the past, the public has been inform...

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 February 1861

WANTED. Aj-TKP-TO BUY A rout, on ths Dalle J'r-ss. artrees M.. Ptaa offloe. fcld.il NTEn-CHAMBKfiMAID-At tbe B..vla -..w, v... Pr v, vimn nog namnt. teiv.D vr- ....i.,BB.1.rin.,,.LhbJ,,Br"' . others neea avo itbh rou.rtn.si, ItftTKp-GIBIr-To run e sawins-msoliine. '..P"!. fie!'"1-"' M0 lghtn. room No. , Mill l Bnildlns. fels-b In Jhl fTBP00PV,8T-0 ' "T""" ' inur ppt m ms nana-wntlng, xlvfni addresr, te Irtx-k-ton tflit, p, p., Cincinnati. Iv-tf WA NTlMr BOAHD In nrlvata '.mil. f. T " . A xentlf men and wife Terms lot ta .vieari SJ7. Address J. B. 0 , Press office. fel b Y-ANTKD-n0AHDKB8-Blngle gentlemen or T.T iliT"ltl cn accommodated. With boatd at SO Filth t. few d "W-ANTKn-TO VITH0HA8H-A second-head ATj,bi.,"Ii.i8,"5- u,,bl tot a ber-room. Addrees J. L., at this offloe. fol8-u VJlIEJ'".4 OIBL-Who .peals .oi ti'il".: i ,:n;r1 ""'work. Aimlf I'-IA BroaelwsT. ewrnerof Fourth at. fel,-o ANTFD-Ters or tiir-eHUII.nR-MAKr.tm, Bu'TJii"'-.,. Applr."t OWBUS, LANS, KB VP., Hamilton, Ohio. f...

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 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TUESDAY. .VKBKVAB1 It Written for the Cincinnati Press.] A VALENTINE. BY W. F. Pret Mar, darling mine! I a rhymed wiwtt will tola, -Mid the rbmrf tnowi, Tor thr gnth Valantla. , Pplkrd Pinki and flnckle-Tlns, Mls-ulonette ana Eglantine, for Hu7, sh' mj winter Bom. When the (now enrobes the hill, And glue? grow the dark blue rill, 'Tie then her imlle can bless ; Laughing like a living ipring With lie joyous bubbling, Dancing la a fairy ring Of ever greenert Cnu. Borrow'! face eo chill and Bale, Ke'er shall lilt to thee her rail, Bat double thrice It fold : . , But Ouvdaes clad in sunlight sheen, Walking the relret fields of green, Shall be thtne own heart'a harvest Queen, Aa fair Aula wa. f old. Oh f were we In tome fairy Isle, Where Summer ever weara a smile, Aa in Arcadian Greece; Where ahepherda wandered in a throng, And did the 8 t airy night prolong, 'Till rosy dawn beard lute and song Fade like a dream of peace, Then beneath a Myrtle gror, hispeiing tender rowa...

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 February 1861

r THE DAILYPIlESa vebltsued dalMiBmiaara pptexoepted) f FB0PIMKT0B3. nKW VIVHT,, OPT, OtnTOd-BOUSB.' ' ' ce cibotbbati paujT rsw is delivered it antetsrttora la ClactanaU, Uoylae-toa aad. .( " jmemamg eras and tewaa, m lb extremely low frtce of TEN OlMTI A WJK ' . 4 wuu wo ewa eiuua, . '- -yr or Wsrr.Txnl.-eiinfle copies, 9 mM om enth, de. I three months, a, 1 j ons year, t i. AMUSEMENTS. 'U: NION HALlCATHOLtO INSTI- TESTIMONIAL TO PROFESSOR MAC BVOTi "Under the Management of th Committee appoint. , ' ' i"fcd on Blond Tentn?, will take o - -' ' " THC&SDAr UVKNIN6, FEB. II, Wkfli an entire Thants of Bongs, no Incidental In drsrrihlng the Scenery in connection with the CY . CLOBAJlAiOlT-A I0UR IN IRELAND, will be t given, and, by general request, the HrAR-BPAN- Ql.VB BANNER will be repeated. Tickets to be had at the door, and of the Own mittee. Admission 3 oents ; children 19 cents. To commence at o'clock. feat . , g M I T H - V. N (XO N 8 UALL, THIRD WEEK OT TBI CAMPBELLS. - FBAS...

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 February 1861

V7.:i Tim DAILY, latins. iiKNitV n Etc o ao co.. ( r ." anlTIW tww HHTfairTnn. U IVIAb t-APKK L'J IHKlJlTI. TWRwb'"-"'rBltltl;AltT 3t DAILY PRESS (BY MAIL) $4 PER POSTAGE ', T(i roetawon lb HAILt PBS8S, any --, afllr IV ft, (Mia, 1X fnti r nnarter, of thr wotitl -p7ble In dTio, a Ik (y"eMrri saepnr". A eVIrered. ' 1 " The P. ssi of orts Stale ll Mccnll pewartr, of lure texmths, payable la Advance A oficr 0 'dell, . .J Our ectlj edition ia published this morn- , Ing, and li for Mia at the counting-room at three cents single. Persons not within con rrnicnl reach of the daily, will find the Wskklt Press the bc?t substitute, and a complete nr and literary journal for the family. Subscription price $1 a year. It Is ref orled that Wigfall is to be Mnjor (Jecera' of the army of the Confederates. This will be the right man in toe right place. Under 'Wigfall the Confederate Army will quite tase the wind out oi the historical fa ire of enr army in Flanders. lie has a military education, being...

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 February 1861

WANTED. . "WAMH." "FOB flAI.a." "0 ASST." f.OT," - TOPNU?- " B(TiRt)lNO," Ao,-A-4asrrleewtnte eofnlii. 0nderth.ee rtseulm.il. not .a. srtg Unas, "111 b. Inaerttal twins fur 43 oast. TAINTK0-1O Bl'Y A Pent, on the Drily .-sees. Awimi r.( riMvini'ie, rei9-d ' WTD-KOYB ANO KKW-AOBMi V V .b. II Luioa) I'm., Apply at Si9 Km 1 A To Third. . I n(p b n p. tMI-b 1ViMTF- COI.LAK MAKEK-Hone but ' e H"" hand need atply. lieiulr. of J. U. ?iwmmH.PoTii hob. Kj. WANTKI-A MAN To work an peglcd-heel boots.. Apply to OXOHUK tJBlllLKf, nn A'.lnnt Mills,. fej-b WNTK-rrOATION-Bf a yonng girl, at N. 9lWt tAiurt-.t , tod. chamliorwork.. CJof a leJerebce. t fel It 1VAMFI)-I1 la I,.fi" "r Prtl' "npl y- mom aa rnerlst. ir ir- tn lha nfK..n ... trfrtg W home. Address K. K. 0., tli-a ofltce. frffl b WA!TFn-HIi,llNHIS-Wiio thoroughly .tderstand the business. None othms need aapHr. lot) West s'onrth-st. f 19 d WAM'KD-llOARnltllH-Siiirlr g( ntlomen or ewe er two families can be .coomfnoilited with t'rl at M fifth...

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 February 1861

TUB DAILY PRESS. THIJBI4T.. XKBRt'ARY at [From the Knickerbocker for March] QUEEN-BEE MAUD. BY J. M. ELLIOT. Too plorVo that pralrl.-roas, with hnsh.J dcHgcr", il fid .ran. iv Finp-mr iiuorv w urn a siniir : i A tor, knlf-dinnVri lth HutwMU, tb. white, , Aid buried aw.r, at leisur gut 01 tlfht. I vmtchr. ltd ft liatMtm look.!) at win, anil Bald i Bnreihn Is like b, fc nil tli. tar fen. rifl life's rare nwra along hpr war I " lutialr thi.r hlililan irwti, , ,' Tilt with all iiaisoflatv sh.U wd. Tn n'orUrt with ft stotm apnlla,: J4ira atowlv horn ward with tha aftttin.; un : tkmnra o'tr It trraoarew whrn thedav isilatis, And thin presettta ltd gifts; 'lii not fur Mlf, but otbara, that it (.III. Sha has bo homa, and ao hflr gsrnertHl sweets Are lavished ThmtghtloNslr. a free air, Ira the unfeeling rTowd, who scarcely care To plea her for then : I Fellow afar off, up and dowa Uia ttmti. Com nv.r to mi a momiwit, Wand, qneen-be : Jti.y mr heart be your bom. for evermore? tira'ihoaey and ...

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