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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 February 1861

XHE DAILY PKESa . ... tg nbilsbed dally La unsays notaxoepted) wa KBNBY UKKU OO.j PBOPBIBTOBS. nicv-mn-fT., opt. ctmroa-aoinra. FHB OIBOIIRATI PAILYPBICMI M tore, (a J ' nbeorloer In Cindnaetl, Oevingtoa ant ' sxnroiinding sltlss end tewae,e be eatremely low trie of 8IIIN CUNTS A ffUli r ' Mtaiu to mi Ulrat, him nv Wn.rao. single ooptse, 9 cents) on onto, auo.i mre months, )l i ous year, wi. AMUSEMENTS. EHRtWtLL N I G II T OF TUB : CYCLOBAMA Or A TOCB IN IBILAKD, OH BATCBDAT 1VENINQ, FEBRUABY , ,. ' 'of th Benefit of the Orchestra, ' On which ncrnsfr.n the entlnt mfIm nf fha rini. Inns will be unrolled, lutrcdnclng tlie following r-yrimM poll, in nuuillOU lO UIOSS SUng in UlUAtra ion of the scensrr : Jalled-Ott, Bsyof Dublin. ..Miss Kale Me Erny. Irlnh Mlnd the Kxileof Krin xnier-iia.te crimson Morning. ...MIhis Msc Evoy. Pnllod Kathleen frlAVonrneeu.Hiiig K. Mao xvoy. Duet Go where Glory, etc. Little Barney and Miss Jnlla. polo Homo, Sweet Rome AiiH K Mao Xvoy. ' Finale The Htnr sp...

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 February 1861

THE DAILY JPRESS. llHJNfifV HI'JlvlJ Ac. (JO, QPITOIM AUn FeoewirTO... iiri:lib fAl'hn IHS UTS'. Fill MY . l EimtTART a a The Senatorship and Mr Gurley. We publish elrcwuere a communlcationon Ihe Fennlorsliip, in ease Mr. Chase gO"S into the Cobir.et, -which is, as it represents, from Democrat who is for the Union, and who is not ttiihrut prominmco in his party, and t f.iir eiiaie of its cor.fi fence. The commii Eication represents the local interest of this city in the matter, without distinction (if The Senatorship and Mr Gurley. Washington's Birth-Day. Ji'cvcr was it more neeOfSary to invoke the rpiiit of the Father of his Country, th.m on this cue hundred and fwentr-ninth nn- nivciEarjr of Li-t birth day. Let us do so reverent! -V.r, and from his wisdom draw ir spiiation to guide us in tho present crisis. Fortunate), for this purpose Washington experienced the disoider, burmUition, threat ened anarchy and civil war into which the country euuk in only four years after the conclus...

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 February 1861

WANTED. l WABI," "rO SA,," "F0 KEHT." tOfT," "FOUND," "BOABDtNC." . At. Yorttowwnt eomtnii n4nr tht liMillnin, not (nam. St IIm, will be InarM twto. fur lift oasis. WANTIB-IU BUT A ront. oa th Dally 1're.s, Atltlress M , Tress Office, frltl-d WATSTEO- OlBLiuimcdlnlely, ona who ran com well lecumnientled. Apply at '2Z7 Cetitral-av. fc2.-b WANT D-A HITUATION-Aa chambermaid In ynale family. Can be seen at No. 13J Thrd ol , between Usee and him. foJ-b IW ATD-At No. ,194 0ntral-aT a colored V wi man, to no senerul honsuwork. No one but a m,rup1eQt person need apply. feua-h- WANTEH-A SITUATION-As olerk, by an Anitricnn lady. Ilett of relorenots given. .AtlcMre's B. , PoMctTire. fe2J.b 11TANTKD-A M A i To work on women's w P'Sgeu-liecjl boots. Apply on Walnnt Hills, UM;. HlnlhliKli WANTrn-imn AN n NEWS-AOENTS To .Ii Vbloa Jflni Arply at 0 Hks Third' t,upatuiia. fe21.b WAJ"T,:nA tOI,l,A-MAKER-Non bill v n no el hand peed arply. Inquire of J. H, ' VATFI-A MAN To work on i-nind-bsel J' Apply-...

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 February 1861

. THE DAILY PRESS. FK1DAT. FKWRI'ART THE STARS AT EVENTIDE. THE STARS AT EVENTIDE. BY FRANCIS DE-HAES JANVIER. . Two tlltl .tara, at eTrntlile, Butt In Ihe .r.ure, lide hr ai, A nd 'mid the glittering orh. o" nigh, Floated eerenely throush tin tkf. They darkled wllh trrnilillng rer, Brit li ilnaly pursued thir wsy, .... , Though others blaged mure brilliant far than they! Th night .role o-bnt. with It mm A iHfK'itMtv ot'Mtn, Id ni 11 end flame. V'lilt-h riiiiifz Willi gloom the starry dome, Aid lashed 111 Mllnee into foam. While, like a phantom, stern and stark, fiupli liing it lliin irmi In the dark, Throt.gh the wild cheo. loutd the lonelf barkl The night wore on the angry Mast lied sput He fury, aud was pent. A nd gentle leehyni wooed to lest The troiibUd ucfHD'1 heaving breast When, far above, amid the blue. A, one bv i ne, the clowls withdrew, This. Utile, loviug atari came beaming through ! And on ftaey went, with rling force, I pto the r.eliith of their cruise. Till, ill ihe ...

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. — 23 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ft iMihd tally UStmaayi Htnoaitad) kr KlJKNii y ixrerexj oo.; FBOFBI BTOBSJ. - art kv-v-t., on. ourroa-Boon. VHI CINCTIBNATI DAILY PBKSS la d slivered M fabtcrlbers In Cincinnati, Oeriagtoa ul axmvaadlng ettle ml towns, at Ik ntriaUr letr frlo of IITIH CENTS A VlBg ntuu nm uiua. Faints ev BfATT,T. Single rjople, 9 eeirtsj MM onth, 40o.l three months, 81 : one ;w, 84. AMUSEMENTS. I jpABBWELL MIGHT OF TUB CYCLOHAMA Of A TOTJB IH IBILAND, ON 8ATUBDAY BVENINO, FEBRUABY 23, Tor th Benefit of the Orchestra, On which occasion the entire series of the Pslnt tngs will be unrolled, Introducing the following ? peler Songs, In addition to those auog In Uluatra Ion of the scenery : llaltsd-Oh, Bar of Dublin.. .Mis Kale Mac Evoy. Irleh M-ledy-The Kxile of Erin Iluot Haute Crimson Morning. ... M isees M-vc Fvoy. Palled-Kathleen Mavonrueeo.Miss & MaolCvuy. Duet-Go where Glory, etc. Little Barrier and Miss Julia. Polo H-roe, Sweet Home MlaaK Ittao Mroj, lfinale The Bter spangled...

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. — 23 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. UUNnYIlKCUACUi, orrToiAL Pjipkb of tu oitt. FKItRPARY 113 The Glorious Rights of an American Citizen. lie N'ew York Tribune h.u found, lifter icTCral uperimoLts, that tbe ir of Chrirlos ton is fo ioealubriotu to its corresponUfnta, tlint it baa bd to resort to a frcbly-ttn ported John Bull, who, with a woolen cp, minus a frtritifpieee-, a heavy suit of grity-mixcd, encb as tbe English alwoys wear when they coo over litre ia June, sboei with soU-s an inch thick, with patches on toes, and lunar, Saidy, mutton-chop whiskers, walks the streets of Charleston with perfect impnnitv, under tbe protection of the British Lion, an arimal which strikta even vifiilance com mittees with mental terror. Verily, this is a g'.crous country, where nobody but a for eifrtr U safe. Washington's Birth-day in Cincinnati. Tl c City jestcrday, from one end -to the other, was blooming with the stars and sli-'j c?, banners and portraits of Washing ton. Patriotism was eruptive in the greater po...

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. — 23 February 1861

WANTED. -W1B," "rOB BALM." "FOB BBBT." IilIRT," " rOONU," " BOiBDlUtt," . -a). rerttsawient oouiln under the. beivtlnv. not ex. ceding a v. line, mil be limned twlos fot A3oen. WTKI-A TII (itRL-Tu wash ad Iron mid wtlit la rheoiberwork. Apply at 1.17 Vnl Kinlh at. fe?,1.h" 11,'ANTKD- -li.NOIMk.KR Tattnd u out of rialit nnifinoM Annlw -I U IhiU'i lipr'Htit origino Wost Tl.ird-st. Hekt reference reouired. fekt-b JANTKO-A Nt'KSK (IRL-Apn!y at the I grori grocery, rmrrinllie will please call. punier i rnce sna r inn-iii , over l eeoies s WAJlTFll- GIRL-Im mediately, one ho rn ion. well lacominemlod. Apply at 11 .17 lentral-av. f.y'2-b WANT Ii-A MTIATION-As oliambermiild In a prtiat family. Can be teen at No 13.) Tb'ld el , Lt-twren lUrc anil film. fe'JJ-b f ANTED-At Mo. 3 .1 lL'ntr,il-av.,a cul .r.'d 'v w, man, to do general honsuworli. one bat a crmp-teot poison need sppy. fo22-b VtyrATKU-A SU't'ATION-As clerk, by an v Antirirnn lady. Hoit of roforencts irknn. A'kldreis h. H , Po.tnfrl...

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. — 23 February 1861

Till DAILY PRESS. 9ATI KDAI . ..FEBRUARY 93 OVER THE SEASIDE TOWN. Otw the seaside torn With lt roots so old ad tTt t)vet the hill ell bare and hrown, Stiiketh h lht away Fadeth th flu-h from the cloud wharf Inst netted tb 1P of The sr-a hath sorrowing sound It its ist e vntre to n.gnt And the w"t ii wieaihlng Its white arms round hr (b beech fleams at ill u4 w hi te ll efccbii. up t the darkening hills, To be sated Loin the eea to-Bight I PitM from the Icy grain Of the wavee that mntter and crawl. Fro the cold blue hi odd, all drlppiug, that clasp The shivering iai.i1 like a pJl Weaviiig rhrouti fiom the miro cloud That floats as they riee and fail. Filled with a fr11? . t Are the eyts that gas from the shore Peering thrt tigh mint and thf darkness there) While the waters c'aih and roar V bitr are the lips that shuddering inoen, 'lie ill come, eh, Lover mure." Orrr the seanids town, V ith its run Is eo old And gray; QfT the li'.ln all bare sun" brown, Cometh the rosy Day Biaitlira ...

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 February 1861

w THE DAILX- FIIESS. '' akllaUrU9unuavtKKexoSX)w ' KJDNUV HKRU Jk OOi, rBOPBlBTOBB. vnvm vi it., ory. octroa-aovn. rHI OIHOTliEATI DAILY PEES It dsllverad Bt rabscrtbars la Cincinnati, OavtBccra aad , ..wmw.,.f MOT H, B she aatrenMly low rk of a.vawra viuti a WIK uftiu to ta ouraii ; Farina or If Anise. Sing) eopae, 9 sent) . aath, 40o. three months. 1 i on year, HI. '.1 AMUSEMENTS. i '''if? N II 1. 1. . MUSICAL FESTIVAL 1 ' ' for the Benefit of jBT. JOHN'S llOSIiXA.t,t j Will take place oa .t-j. TTE8DAT EVENING, FIBBUABT . ' jFvolslAO BVOYand hi. talented hnilrlian . kindly volunteer:! their services lor thin benevo. K nt purpose st d will exhibit the most interesting e"i portion of theSCFNEKT OF 1RFLAND, together j 1 1 trithftGBsND IIIrGLLANRODH UUNCKUT. t. A'lnibalon 39 crnU) children 19 cento, For pftttlculairs, are programmes f24 MITH fc NIXON'S HALL, N MONPAT KVltNINfJ. FEBBrABt 21. 1M1. I01BTH WAJCK Or TUB CAMPUKLLS. T&ASR LBSLI. h75a IK IB an4 1. If. BOSS, Manager! and P...

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 February 1861

P THK DAILY? PllESS. UBNBY XIBICD Sc CO,. nmM ew raoreiavoa. orrioiAi. papsr y tub ditt. MOMT- The Proposed Coalition for the Spring Election in the City. Tie" injuiitr, on Sunday, had a vtoioa ' like that of 8t. Tf tor, of a great sheet let dewD, in vbich the Demooratio and the Amciicait f!tn!a were mingled In a com- "plcte .fwluo, so that .it was impossible to diUinguiiili the clean from the unclean. This it interprets to be a warning to the Dcmo . ciaiia Tkt'j to coalesce with the Americans lor th. city election, ele tbcre will be no chance to defeat the Republicans. This is tiie melting of the I)emocratle and Amciican hearts into one, which was foro fcliadcacdlij the Dirth-Bigh Banquet. Cer taiiilv, if tie parties are suited, nobody can hava'anv objection. It Is better, perhaps, to nsjiect tie decencies of society by a regular cmmoiy, than to be indulging in that illicit intercourse which has been going on for the lust jear or two. The i'wowirer Tery justly ays, there would be n...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 February 1861

WANTED. t0r." FOUND "BoABPINt, .--rtiMtiTwtit nonitnt snitw thoM henrllnrn. ma 11 Will he f WMTtM) twto f.T lift OMta, iNTID-A IBk To do ohambaT-wortt. i.; ch1 rtlbrouca rt-ouired. Aaoir at N.. Pllim-ttriot 4-h ANTIiO-fXlOlCMAKKR-Nnia h it 1 v nana nrrt apply, laotilra ar jo nana nsd amy. laiitilra f JOHN 1 AS- BI N, Ludlow, Hy., a-ruai th. Fifth-it. lorry ar a NTEO-Two gantfan-ifn can ha accomian vv dated with ft ntcaly-fnrrUhsd ro.'m and road, in ytlvata family, t applying ft 1 34 fcltith-sl., botwoea Boot and glm, tVCT h WJINTEI-Two good Ot.roan git'is, oua to ck, itud th thor tilwMii tha avw twelvaaml aant-n. Apa'yal 01 iut Fourth at i kvtwsfn H canton and Broadar. fVjiVh WNTM)- on, for tv.ot.tv-n. oents run atrnre a rhance to miika Im In Imi thaa two vscal. Addivss T, W., Clociauati P. 0. ifrgn-h WAM'KO-SirUATION-Aa Co ik i.r lli.iiw- v seoorr, bf s woman of ovp, riour. Can ei.me wall TwniiBomled. Atlurcai M. V.. care of i'r,st ' f'4- It ATfD-KMI't,l)YMENT-IIr a rra.-llcal .rml...

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 February 1861

TUB DAILY PRESS. . FBBRtAB Y 93 DAILY PRESS (BY MAIL) $4 PER YEAR. POSTAGE T Porta, en the DA1LT PBBM, t any Poat. do ta steer OMe, H M 1 4 wrter, of thrM Bieaths-parabU ! winner ettfct 0loer Ins parvr sWesereol. Tha Poetwra se ei, Aefc la W mk pa. eierter, of thre, saoatha, payable In tdnm, 4 Mt ec o 4tlHry [From the Atlantic Monthly for March.] THE MASK. It wa an aid, distorted reoe At) m couth vlas; ronffh and wild ; I'M from behind, with lauiihmf incti Pwpe tbe Hash keenly of A child. And en contratln, Mr and bright, It mad roe of ni, fancy ak If bair earth a wrinkled rtmnm Blight Be but the bebj la the tuaea.l ., Behind (ray Aalr, an farrowed brow Acd wihertd la k that life putson, Br jti. a he wears it.cones te kni.w 1 How tha child kidea, and la oat tone. rr, while the Inexorable rear, Ti-ead.leeed feature, flt their mold, B-Teeik the w' k of time and teare Y uli avaietkia. ihavt atfi aot grow old ! Aril pals and Brlnlattca and rara . And ua.led h. peaud sinful stain f haw tb...

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. — 26 February 1861

THE DAILY TRESS. j rnblUbd dny U)unart not Mosyted) Vf kKNMY It K IC 1J OOii FB0PBIBTOB8. flf tlg-T., OFF. OOTTOM-Btun. CHE OIHOTBBJATI DAILY PBRSS li delivered M nbccrtber la Cincinnati, Oovtigtaa aad taxrrorindlng oitls nd tmi, at Mi eatremelr low f riot of IITIM CCNTS A WllK) mini to Tm oiiim FntrM o M Arti. Blngl ooptes, 9 eeiytj on onth, 40o.; three month; 0)1 ; one rear, AMUSEMENTS. u N I O N H A I. L. A GBAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL For the Benefit of ST." JOHN'S HOSPITAL! Will Uke place on TUESDAY EVENING, TIBRUABY 26. Prof. MAO KYOY and his talented family hare Kindly volunteerel their service lor this benevo lent purpose, and mill exhibit the most Interesting rtlon of the SCFNEKY Of lHKLANI). torethor ytlthaOHNI) MISCELLANEOUS CONCKttl. Admission tjl cents; children 15 cents. For particulars, see programmes. fe24 0 CRIITU NIXON'S UAIili. ON MONDAY EVENING. FEBBUATtY 1, 161, FOlblH Vtta UK Til at CAMPBELLS. FBABK LESLIE, J. H. BAINEB and J. H. BOSS, Manager! and Proprietor. MONDAY...

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 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. IlKNrtV XtKKIJ Ac CO.. BDTTOV4 AMD flOPIHTHM. orrtoiAii P4PKB or TUI ClTt. Ti l SlfAl".. PKBUUARY 46 The Power to Issue Bonds to Liquidate Debts. The Constitution prohibit the creation of ft debt by authority of the Legislature; but it allowi tbe rene il of outstanding debts; So 1I tbe new debts of cities are made in that tray now. First they run in debt, and then tbey call on tbe Legislature for authority to i.mie bonds to "liquidate" the debt. Tbe legislature dors considerable of this biuioe.'S rtery session, which shows the benefit of a Written Constitution. We observe that amorg others, Toledo, whose municipal pro jects increase in splendor in proportion to fcer taxation, bas applied for authority to "liquidate." The Duty on Tea and Coffee. So long as the Goverment depends on duties or imports for revenue, every thing should pay something; especially when it pectus to be difficult to collect from all, enoih to Btipport the Government. If any tliirg is exempt, it...

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 February 1861

WANTED. .- I"im" to ai.sv uro nink eowimg ander h ty a sl l n " " teedtug v lines, will be Inserted twloa for wan. 1VATBI i to vnrth-ei., wpstalra. (feJa-b'J -A iK industrious voting man little farm. Aj.py at No 40 West 1 UK DIUII1. -SITOATION-Oo farm, b? an unmarried man. who nodarstaorls all Rlndl .farm work. Addrosa O H , Frees Office. IfeM b-J IVANTSD; w 11 5 aTANTED SITUATION Ai Wet nurse. Ap iV .1. .1 ih. romm.rrl.l Hmialtal. Tha ed- imtiser hu no objection to solo to the country. Ife2-hl a. o , rte ORloa "ond references gtveo. (tefi n- AN1 P.K-TO BXCH ANim-Choice lands on ? iallioad running fom this city, fir a jtr.-k nfetan'e or fancy dry goods. Address Box ,lTj, Hinclimatl.Ohto. " ANTED-A PBOTFBTANT Olrlli- 00 eoera I honsaworlt for a small famllf 111 Covlnatin. Kr Word reierences lequireu tress D 0.. Box a,01, Olnctnuan r, w A feW b arw ANTKI-AORNTS let aell a picture on tna w mnet ixpn'er aubiec Agenti can maae (2 r dar eaailr. Call at the Hourle Uoiue rr"m atU F.D-Two gi...

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 February 1861

i i : i r . , .. . . THE DAILY PRESS. ..FEBRUARY SO DAILY PRESS (BY MAIL) $4 PER YEAR. POSTAGE. TTMPosta'iraonth DAILY PRKIM, at Port. IBo i Ins Bttitt of Ohio is US ouarter, of thra months-payable in advance, arias Odette r DM) paper ielivrM. Tbe Postage out t ' S cent pr quarter, ef three monlhi, payable in advance, at the oflot cj deMrery [From the Atlantic Monthly for March.] SIGHING FOR THE SEA. Bloc lie the hills, swiftly !.th ar1'gtit flea Anil, catching gVem of tunset's dying smile, i binngh the dusk land (or many a changing mil Ihe rifor ruuneth softiy to tha see. 0 lajTy tiva eon'd I follcw theel It w'Ufi 1 oes, 'I'8' watch the steadlast hill, Lttgirg for 'evel 'iue of solemn teal TTTe nnf lerce i here are flowers and soags of birds, Iti'inlr end fragrntieo. wealth of sound and slant. All .ummor's gl ry thltie from morn tlUmgut, Aad life loo full of joy for utteied words. k, Dher urn I ungrateful. But I dream 1- iciouely. how lailight f.l's to night Over the glimmering wat...

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. — 27 February 1861

XHE DAILY PRES& MEKUV HRRU Jfe CO.. PBOPBIETOBS. i rtm tixi-t., orr. onToa-iocia. : HI CINCINNATI DAILY frrfpcfll la deliver, t I f niwrwiti ib uiacinnatl, rovlajrtoa end ' ' POrronndleg . and. town, Hi ttw axtremelr low trio of TBI. PINT) A WBBK j ' IUU T TUB O.katB, aUrr,r.-itngle oopls., 9 eenhM on -.-., . mjoii.u., j nif rear, we. AMUSEMENTS. fSMITU W I X O H 8 HALL. CN J?.??CAT.KVEN1N0' FEBRUARY 81, 1861, FOLBTH WMK OFTHJC CAMPBELLS. FBARK. LESME, J. H. RATNBB find J. H. BOSS. Manager and Proprietor. MONDAY, arid mrT vanlng dnrlnff the wa.v It. .J2.f,..Mt''-. 'I" Brill;" "The Duel'' that didn't come off In Covington fa84 - FRANK LESLIE, Business Manager. MUSICAL. T"r? ThW,X ?TER8-AN OP BRET. YP1? ,u ,h n" of Female Colleges, Pchonls, Exhibitions, elc.br Herman 8. Baroni ; Be and beautiful musical work lor public or pri . Tat performance. Dramatia PeraooR-Mah Stan- ley. Way -Queoo elect : Florence Btanley- Twin 81. ' ' Anoa, Mary Scholmates! Preclosa. a Olpay Girl, afterward...

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. — 27 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HENBY ItlCEU E CO, ; eiroaa mo paoreinToaa. orruiiAb papsb or rum oitt. KBRIJART ST The Philosophical Enquirer. The Enquirer obserTes that prop otition of history is reversed." Formerly It was common for "rulers to leave their eapr. tals after a career of mal-adminUtration and nipgorernment in disgub?c, protected by the shadows of night." . We don't k the reversion of the "old proposition of history." We doubt if history can furnish so melancholy and disgraceful a spectacle of a ruler leaving a Government which he took, great and prosporous, but which hie mal-administration, misgovern mmt, unfaithfulness, imbecility and treach ery have destroyed, as that which will be furnished by the Democratic President next week. 'or will even the flight by darkness be wanting, for it is now repotted that he will leave for Wheatland by the night train, 1 to public observation. Ehen Twiggs! Msjor General Twiggs bag in his old age, sunk his fair fame in infamy, and brought his gray...

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. — 27 February 1861

WANTED. Wm "FOB ALU," "TOa MT." MRT "FOUND," "BUABniNO, o.-a). artta.tneTit aosalna Iddw thaa. bwullPM, not Sassdln In 11dm, will b. Insartsd twlo. far US Mass, V"l'rll!,MTO'TI-?" eaafavm. V v lindrrstanils th. care of horaM and cows. Address M. K., Fran oIDm. i f17-b WAISTRD-A UIRL-To Jo housework -cm wbn run mini wall rmiMnMnuJ A --I - -. WAMH D-W AMI KIl A .md bundle. . , weaber, et tha Madison lloun. Applr Imni. iitly. . . . wr-b VANTKD-SnoV.OAHR A sremd-hand .' hw-oa, thrae or four frt long. A'Mtah aVMOKBWK, Poatolflga, Cincinnati. f27-b WANTBD-A br, industrious j-oun man to co to a little fum. Apply at No. 40 Wm Wth-l., apalairs. fuM-b'J DB. BTUaM. WANTD-81TUATION-Bt an active young btan, as olmk or salesman Id a wholesale no tion or retail dry goods ator.. Good r'-li-renes given. Inqulra at 104 Walnut st, fi7-b V -ANTED Tlia Dtitilir to undaratand tlmt A. ' H. JJAHnoCB, 140 Went Kifthat., ia railing potter boots, 1Wb aud ladles' traitors fur lossnioutr than anr cthc-r dealer ...

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. — 27 February 1861

THIS DAILY -PRESS. .'iii 1 ... . .. - -yv f n w it tM.,FRiimnHi at ' ' 1- DAILY PRESS(BY MAIL) $4 PER POSTAGE , efftee fa Skats if OHo, U If M quarter, of thr months payable In advance, 1 ( VJictniurt IV paper a ttKrer4. Tbe Poatare mli,fHr -tr Sfl cats pr quarto., ft lore moat hi, parabl ia eiirarKe, X Ms o0m o sVN-eey ' THE SNOW STORM. Btand hero ty my i On the lake belo1 lid and turn, t pray, w thy gentle eyes; The clouds bauonr it. heavy and gray, And dark nd silent the witter lies : Ar,d cot of that frur.en mist ths snow Id wavering flakes beg in to flow ; Flake alter flake, Ihey link In the datk and silent lake. See now In living swarm the, eome rim the chambers beyond that milty Toil E me horer awhile in air, aadSMiie .euih prone from the ky like uinmer hall All, dropping awlfily or settling, slow, Idtet and aie still in the depth below i Fluke alter fl.ke. M.stlvtd In Ua dark and silent lake. Here delicate snow-stars, out or the cloud, C. me floating downward In airy play, L...

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