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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 April 1860

.-. CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is published dallr (Sundays not excepted) by HHNIY HKBD aV CO., it 'cC pbopkistobs. ? ' , , , orrirt-Tin-rrir.T, off., coeroai-aooiB. TUX 'JINdtNNATI DAILY rftKBS li feUvena to atmcrlbera In Olnclniutl, GovlngtoB and r grounding cltlea "nil town at , -li ,1 tht ItHler low I , ' - I price of . ' , SEVfcX CENTS A WB1E,I A A I fATAtta to lami. ; , , , i Prltm of Mallinq. Single eente; 1 month, mv ceois, d monies, i year, st.s av. AMUSEMENTS. mirooirs th katktt -corner pi tth "f AND VINh-bTUEKTa. Joan A. lulbb, jr., aole lVlunaRcr had liMPee. Tairui or Anmsaioif. Prwii Ctirla and Parquattot Ubortupon at 0,1 o pen at 6ii o'clix-k ( curtain riiwa at T. Tli mannttor ban the ftrnat plMwnr of annoonclnn m very uriri nyikTenit'iii wuii tnoftc vnivrmi itf- lti nnd -iKc&rFtiH 9uiMliunH and vocaiiiu. WIHS CAHOLINK B1CU1NUS and MR PETE It BICUINGS; MOVPATand TUESDAY EVENINGS, the great KXTBEHES; Or, Lira m Niw York. Mr. Mnvhcrrr, Mr. P. Rfchlnffi; Kbener OMrlch, piy...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. II KM It Y HKKDCO, inmu and piofBtsroBS. MONDAY APRIL 93 Decline of an Ancient Breed of Bulls. One of the mot melancholy sign! of the degeneracy and demoralization of the world under tbe introduction of modern Improre ments, Is the decline of the rlrtue of the ecclesiastical anathema. The curse wai always a potent weapon under the ancient dispensation at we tee by scripture history. The blessing or curse of the Patriarchs de cided the fate of their posterity and of nations; and all are aware of the pious fraud practiced by Rebckah to "switch on" to use a modern phrase for which there is no equivalent in the Hebrew the blessing of the Patriarch Isaac, from Esau, the eldest son by a very small interral, to Jacob, the youngest; bless ings in those days being subject to the laws of primogeniture, the same as goods and chattels. All that is all whose early train ing has been properly cared for are aware what came of it; how Jacob prospered among Laban's daughters and cat...

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 April 1860

WANTED. ;.VSS1Svn,?9 f.-W:VJ BNT vertlsemsnls coming nntW these headings, Ml eroding live linn, will be inserted twlo. for 93 oent. .7 A Utfatt troner and Bumllp-wneher. Apply at '""'"re. apZl-c-J DAVIS 1T1AKHH. r A n t v. n A bot OTiYonka man wilt. I N(l TO DO HOYS' WOKK-At JOHNHON'8 fiaiN-rv. Nfntii nd Main if mint . wall rom- wewitMi, And auio to drive horn. apaa-n "yANTKD If yon wanttabnynreellreal entate, cngnttn t or dfpoie of any buslne, a partner, a loan of from 81 to Sliumn on real or personal vrotv jrty, or r?iit huiiM, apply to HALE k "Walnut-street, CO., WANTRIMIen wktmr sltuatlone u clerkt, salesmen, book-koepeni, barkeepers, porter, eoononi, uiechnnloa, laborers, and others, dm on Id ad ply nt the Merchant' Clerks' Kegletry Office, No. H Walnut -street. ftpi3-bJ (ALL CO. WANTKI-TO CURB MTHNS-Vory valuable tnfurnmtion may Ih procnred at JOHNHON'H Onllcry, Ninth and Main, and a good Llkenem for ten centi, or a large, beautiful Tlctare, In a gilt irnni", lit to aunru ) ou...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY, PRESS. APRIL 3 [From the Atlantic Monthly.] MY PRETTY PLAYMATE. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. The pines wm dut on Ramnth hill, Their sons wens .oft and Juw: , . The bloesms In th sweet May wind Wore falling Ilk. tha snow. The blossoms drifted at oar feet, The orchard birds Bang clear; Thi' sweetest and the saiMtst day It sosniea of ill th. year. For more to me than blrde or flowers My r4ymti loft her home, And took with hurtlie hiug hint spring, The music aud the blooui. Hhe kissed the llfnof kllh and kin, Nlio laid her baud Hi mine; What more conlil ask the nn.hflll buy Who fed her father's klnet She left na In the bloom of May: The constant yi-srs I'M or Th ireeaoiu with as sweet May morn. But ahe omnie back o Biorn. I walk, with noiseless foot, the round ll mierenuill yee.rn: Still o'er audo'sr 1 sow tho spring And reap tho autumn ear. PI,.- Urea where all the golden rear Her summer re bl'iv ; T)v dusky children of the sua Before hor oomo aud go. There haply with berjwelled han...

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 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS II published dully (8tindays not excepted) br hknby it in m iy v CO., - proimuktoiw. ' ; ' orrici-viMa-rraisT, err. ctrston-iiorjti. 7Ut CINCINNATI DAILY PRRSS Is delivered t ( subscribers In Cincinnati, OoTlnxtoa Old ; rrvuaumaj sum anu mwil) a. ise extremeir low j j 1 ' ' . price of i 1 I . BITIN CENTd WEtK, W.l F1TABL1 IMCIIIIK. Prtw. MHnq.nne copies, 9 cents) l month, 40 rants; months, fill year, :I 00. AMUSEMENTS. JVEW NATIONAL THBATB.-Jli Bat, Pmprlftor and Manager ; w. tt. Ia in, Irraaurarj C. T. Smith, 8ta Manager. Tint night of a short enimiiement of the Inimitable. UABRIEI ANDFHANC0I8 RAVEL, rations to their deparlnro for Europe, with their extraordinary company. THIS EVENING, April 21, will be presented tbo cotnlc pantomime of the , FOUR LOVERS. Blhl. OalirM 1 Ravel; Milord I.eart. Francois Ravel; Itrlmard, Mons. Toledo; Oolln, M.ins. Tophofl; Mo- tliej Marnory, Mom. J. Murtineltl ; Nitoucue, M. A. I.ohmsn, linnet, Mist Francea. DoHna the niece, Pae...

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 April 1860

HENRY HBKU CO.. 1MTOM AX f aIV01. TI'KWDAY.. ...APRIL 4 A New Dispensation—The Slave Trade. According to the telegraphic report to Boston Herali of the decision of Judge Mo- grath of the United States District Court of the Georgia District, in the case of Uaptain Corrie. of the slave yacht Wanderer, the de cision, If sustained by the Supreme Court, of which there caa be little doubt, removes every obstacle on the part of this government to the opening of tho African slave trade. As reported, "Th Judire ruled that it it not the slave trade, i. ., the transportation of negroes from Africa to this country, but the stealing of negroes on foreign shores and landing them aa slaves in the United States, which is de clared piracy by the Act of Kay 16, 1820." This, of course, remove all restriction, for it is well known that slavers do not make raids upon Africa and kidnap their cargoes, but purchase them fairly from traders on the coast; and that, except what is made con structively crimina...

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 April 1860

WANTED. .lSSTi5'l'.Vro" BAT.S," "FOB JIfMfT'l JT," FOUND," 'BOAni(l(l." 0.-A4-VaTtlaemsnta eontln MirM- those hoarllnM, not t. Vjotvline; live lines, will be Insorterl twice for !9 caU WANTKp STOflK With thr Ulrh.t, on Kirth-ntwt, lien hra or four room MUmjyenM. AJdrsas Max V)o. 5,03. ae&4- WANTEI-OIKI,g-Twi nond flirts to work on Tests. Itooni N0.4 (Iflli floor Manchester nllu Inn, corner of Thlril and rjycamore. ipK-b' WANTEI On or two tinfnrnlahfil apart ments, suitable Torn irontlf man and wife. The last End proforred. Adilirsa K. 8., till. oOco. Iap:t3b S-TANTI5D-To (ret an Intermit In a (rood produce V v or grocery stnro, or a manufacturing estelillsh liirnt, hy a Tonne- man with somp capital. Address lioek Dx 1)39, Cincinnati Postofnte. snrataw WANTFD COOK A e-nort cook at the Board-liiK-btxiae No. 'Jon I lflh-atrret, below (Jen. trpl-avenii. A few slugle gr-ntlcmon can he ncconi imatatnl with Ttoard. apr24h WAJTRT-TO CI.KAN BF.At.'K ft.OTUKS ., .J1'hi"n"l,, knnwleiiae nm...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY' PRESS. TUS4DAY. ..APRIL It 4 A BUMPKIN'S WOOING. " Ono Tn1iI Johnny "i to woo- ' One eiMilng In 0'i Bncb business to io him quit Bew, Aud h. tail reiser mar. So who h. reached hit ebermete house, lr Heset him la thseorner; His Poll was ft huoa blowser , . Br Be means did he Boom her. ' This aisles with hr father dw.lt-, Sh. was hsr mother's daughter; And as John fuid, ha "sind1 'oU ft ma o 1 3 Mfi r. All In her bMt she wu arrayed, For John was hsr flnit miter; B. wn she wm m "est. m lie Perhaps a Utile outer 1" That If, unto hltneelf he swore, F-r ne'er e word wm spoksn; Thef mi for thro food hours or more, Aiid silence wu unbroken. Her Mills heart w.nt pit-a-pat. And he fell dreedml queery; ' , Be ecratched hie bead and brushed his hat, y at spoke not to hie deary. The ribbon which. adorned bar hair, ' lie looked at and admired; The crimionon her cheeks so fair, With lora hts heart inspired. ' Be VM'd and han't, mi tried to apeak, For be wm growing bolder; Btit Itill hie...

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 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is pnMIhed dally (Sundays not excepted) by , HBNBY IlKBD ate CO., psoPKirroBS. 0TFICB VIXl-iTBKKT, OFF. OVITOM -BOUSI. THE CINCINNATI DAILY PRBR8 Is dsllrsrad Ifl aubtorllnirs In Cincinnati, Coylnglon and surrounding cities and town, at the extremely low price of SEVEN CENTS A WEEK, FAYABI.B TO CABBIES. tf MniUnq. Single copies, cent: 1 month, h; S months, $t; I year, Wt 50. 40OAIltHI AMUSEMENTS. ".NO VINK-STRKKTS.-John A. Kllslkb, jr., Mote Manager aud Lob wo, Vwcm or A DHiRHinf I)rww Circle and Parquet te, 00 cents; Mallery, rent. ' 'ha nor or iiMK.-lJuoni upon at 7 o'clock i air tail riu at 7H. Third nlKht of MlHSCAROLfNR IUCIMNtB and MR, PKTEK KICHING& MISS mm I NOR will sing three Bnlladi: 'Merrv, Merry Sunnlilne," Hay of Hope' "Autumn Leaves," ftuU tho great ' 'Marseillaise.' WKDNKBDAY and TH ITKSDAY EVSNINOS, A pril j and 2t, will tp presented Auna Cora Mow alt's grout Aimuicao Coinvly of FASHION ; . Ob, The Akistoohacy or Kew Tork. Adum Trnemin, 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. — 25 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HUNHY HKK1) Ac CO., ditom akd raoraiiToa.. WEDNESDAY- City Railways—The Ultimate Right of Supervision. erTlaioa. 4 We do not undenUad that the Saperlor Court has at any time denied the existence of power In the City Council to permit the use of streeti by railway companies. ' On the contrary, such power has beon, as we under stand it, on several occasions, incidentally recognized, if not distinctly affirmed. The absolute right of passage over its own tlior- irujjumiva 10, w n m vug luvuui lu 111 the public. Government, as Judge Storer insisted in one of his opinions, is, in this mat ter, the trustee of the public. Now as gov ernment can only act through its agents, and as the Council is the only deliberative agent of government in this city, it follows that the Council is the only party capable to rep resent the right of the public in the streets and highways, or its discretion in respect to the mode of their occupation. Yet the Superior Court has, on one or two occ...

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 April 1860

WANTED. -LOST." "FOUND," UOARDINO." 0.-Ad rrtlwmliti i enmlnc under then h-adlngs, Hot ri. car din II.Mtnw, will bo Inaortrd th cents rANTi?n-roFKER.M!r,K for thr kick f.T. 0,Af,,1 ''"' ii""IHmil at JOHNSON'S V..lMy. Ninth and Main, ami get. mm Llkenesa IIi i'""' 'IT.'J '":, hole no, picture, rl.hly. colored. In glltfraitio, fnr (l. ap2Va WA NTF ll-M: R V A N T-A ninlng-room" ilerv". Klit One who la competent ami willing to work, will receive good wanes. Nona others tiaed MW. Iteferantm rciiilred. Inquire at 6.1 West Jilnth.gtreet. ap2A.b 'VV'ANTKD Men seeking situations u clrkih v v aniesnion , liik;knin, har-keeoero, porters, emiarnt, mechanics, laborer, and o(hn, should an tf.52lJ,',,M"rf,,,M,' Ulerka' Registre Oftlc, No. YTANTK1-T0 RKNT-A sm.lt (itt.wTth 7 two or three rooms and stable, within five miles of the city. Address W. II. 8., Portomc. Cn. . aptt-b VANTKO-A number or handi, to make paper EUAfc '"!! AT('. t AUTOHV, cormrVf Tliir tweth anil llnlnian-streets, Oovingtou, Kr...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS, WEDNESDAY... ..april as PEACE OF THE COTTAGE. H..W swwt to. rrt that labor yields Ths bum'li. and ! , , Whin alts Ilia patriarrn of th fields H,-I.re hiarottaxe-dtam Tlio lrk I" slngllix 'I" "kTi Tha swallows on tha eaves, And love la beaming in each eya lkmeatb tha mmmar leaves. Ths air amid hla fragrant bowera Hiippllrsi unpurchased health. Ami hi-arta are bounding 'mid the flowers, More dar to him than wealth. IWs like the billed sunlight, Plays Around his hunihle cot. And happy night, and cheerful days Divide his lowly lot. And when the Tillage "ahfcath-bell King, out upon Ui,. .!, The father bows lil hi-ad to tell The music of Its tale A froahor verdure eeema to nil The fair and dewy sod, And every Infant lonane la (till To hoar the Word of Uod. 0. hsppr hearts! to Film who stills The ravens when tliey cry, . . And aiskrs the lily 'neatb tha bills Ho glorious to the eye The trusting patriarch prays to Mesa 11 is labor with Increase: Such ways are "ways of pleas...

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 April 1860

ClffCINIf ATT DAILY PRESS wwlllr Sally (flni1lrotcptd) lr I MffiNUY nfflUlt) Sc GO., PB0PBIKT0B8. j. fnr'feriy-fTW wiroifioiiir T TUB 'JCNOINNATt DAILY PBKRS to delivered to subscribers! 1 Cincinnati, OoviiiftoB ud surronnri'lns cltlM and towns, at the extremely low v price of Tf ' !M JIlvBX CENTS jt VIlH, 'fill ' fr"" to ca. j , ? , , .; .. 'mrhf MilUtt. -iinle eoptni, $ cents; j Bontli '4WfMitrmmi4n,1i I year, 3 e. AMUSEMENTS. NEW NATIONAL THFATFR.-.tom. llirn, 1'roprlitur and Manajror j W. eWlawis, Treasurer ( 0. T. Hurra, Stage Manager. . , Third eight of a abort mnnml of tin Inim itable GABRIEL AND FRANCOIS1 BAVKL, rrcTlmii to their departure for Bnror. with their extraordinary company,. THIS EVENINO, Ar.rU M, a magnificent enter tainment..' First night thla season of the Interesting ftaiitoniiiiia of , - JOCKO i ' Oa, Thi Buiiliam Apr. Jocko, h! original character, Gabriel ftarel j Plpo, Krani-ole Ravel; Farsaudei;, Moan. A. Lehman 1 Vrank, Rosalie ktsI, ouly thrse ream ill ; ...

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 April 1860

THE jAILY PRESS. HKNllY HKKDACO., I . Baivrra avid narmmnm. The Cincinnati Weekly Press. ' i mibltshrd this morning and for aala at the counter In wrapper! at three cent. Sub scription price $1 a Jf. Twelve copies for $9. The Wbw Fmsb la a large family jonrnal, and is, for the quantity of reading matter it con tolas, the cheapest paper in the rountry, while in the Talue and attractions of its contents we ask comparison with any other paper in the country. Congress Wet and Dry. It is stated in the Philadelphia Inquirer, that "in direct violation of one of the rules of the two Houses of Congress, which provides that 'no spirituous liquors shall be offered for ale or exhibition within the Capitol,' there is a regular bar in full view of the Senators, in which are ranged all the popular beverngei all that madden and make men fools." A great deal of the wickedness of an act consists in the way it is reported. Accents of virtuous indignation in the relator almost always awaken feelings of...

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 April 1860

WANTED. I"1, 6!.y"uln "" "" """lings, not e. edlug v, l,, .ill ho Inserted twlr. fr mli TyANTRO-COOK-A H"! -oo: to go to An JL; roia, Indiana. A middle-aged Iriali minu preferred. Apply at this office. ap2-b WANTKD ITtI,--A Herman girl to ,1n general housework. Apply at 133 Central-avenue, ap3-b J.IJ, KING, WANTIWIHH)l-Oi or two rooms sulta. j Ma for honse-kix-plng, or a imall cottauc. Ad dress K. M.. at thin olWce. i..h WANTKI)-Two smart Boys, that can come well recommended, at the Cheap Mllllnerv fc'ore, 1H WW Ullli-otreot, near tyaln. apuv-b WANTED A fcw good Milliner, and Trim, mere. Applr Immeillntely at the Cheap Mil. Unary Blur., No. 18 Wjt Fmh-street, near Main. apaa-,j 1V1NTRI) 8ITUATI0NS -Two girts desire vv places to do general housework -having pUoo together, Apply at No. Bf Vine. ap-b Wnl nnlil erefce WANTKD B I R C H 'M REM KPT FOR I'HKUMATIC OOHT-You may learn th! at JOHNSONc) Uallerr, Ninth and Main, and get a I-ikenoas frir teacente, ora large, whole-aled Pic. turo,...

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 April 1860

THB 'DAILY- PBESS. THURSDAY ' APRILS OTHER DAYS. I . ThooM lva are. " silent street, ".Bui the many Vn. 1 " ".'. Are e on their dlnVron '"V- r Th. bnlton-'"' ? '"ere, of 7or, ' Mill their limb arc l-afljaa eni bar;; V I ilinri, m 1 rs. roiib Hi. arm door, e Aril mitk ttai windls suir; And the plsce where Minnie wm wont to hide ' In borohiliHuh, InnoMiit llw: 1 And 1 wonder If, where the dead abide, - I rlhe canever think of me. . Ah tittle drm'd, whim cr1i bori . That thuaa days could erar fly: ' "Th.vt flinnle, dear, with her sm ile of Joy. ' Wowld e'er fold her hands aM die, ' Tint low In Ihe churchyard'!! molu'' ' They would make fnr hor ":...,.. - Thonub 1 unmotimM llkel h hair warm told 1 i Jlo a glory H'wI bar bead. Bnt )lm ha. softened the rlel 'einra then, j And Hod ha heea wondrous (nail Aud 1 ll with patieuca the no. meat when ; I shall join hor buyrnid the flood. OTHER DAYS. [From Chamber's Miscellany.] The Man of the Shore. i "rTntir, young M.uric. could not help HAyinp,...

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 April 1860

Ort ira-iaa-ernsT, rr. ootma-aoro. s THI OfXOINKAtl 0A1LT PRESS U aall-erad lo nrarrlrierB ia Oineinnatl, CcTlufUm and iarranaiiinir cities and towos, at , j 1 .no exremerr low price or SEVEN CENTS A WEEK, fATAiLi to caaaisa. !?ri?'.''rrm1V'., "'1'"j 3 cuntas 1 month, 40"nts; S months, l; 1 year, 50. ' AMUSEMENTS. V'WKMTiV!ATF,",OHNER sixth r., Kile Miinimar and Lessee. ' A'"JL77. w An",M,A-nr""" Clrcl " Psninelta, Oil miiU j (Jallery, !25 rents ritTi,!rT'' T,00",,n o'olock ( curtain rSma Donna" r"ln' w 1,1,(1 1'lf hlr-glfted MIH3 CAKOtlNK MCHINGS. Jau'tlfn&ae.V" ""m " THI MUL1CTKKR or TOLEDO. ' 1 EWm, Mlw J'roljno Itirhlnn ; Mannel, Mr. refer ';;;! Dim le.lro Mr. UokiI ; Don oYipio, Mr. linn; Donna Carmen, Mrs. Klller; Countess Tor. nbiode I'ompollno, Mrs. Gilbert. ylv1'lWh''.i,",(1f",l"" H'cliinn will .In. Vr. Ai s grand Italian Aria from tiie opera of " Atllla." After which the American drama entitled LOVK IN 1776. H..w RlKwnrih. Ml.s lilclilmra; I'uptiiln Armttrong, Mr. Hull...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. UENHY HKKD k CO DITOBH .HP PMOVIISTOSS. Judge Storer and Street Railways. Whether or not we re to ny ii... r. rallwsr In the city, nnpeitrs to -depend upon the question whether Judge Btorer wiU perm" Uem 10 buiW' 80 ""i that gentleman h teemed to consider it his business to give ft)"" the wishei of uch M are opposed to their construction. One body of our fellow-citixene are disinclined to have a line of railway traverse the street where they reeide. Judge Btorer decide that it shall not so traverse. Another body favors a single, but objects to a double track, past their residences. Let the track be sin gle, decrees Judge Storer. It is true that he discovers tenons fcr his several conclusions; but, unhappily, perhaps, those which he urges in one case, are Incompatible with these which are declared to govern in an other. The better way for hit reputation would be to pronounce, bis decrees at once, without attempting to place them in the light of logical conclusions in...

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 April 1860

WANTED. Nuhp other ld sttalr. , Mrs. II. AMIDE. No. B34 Flfth-streM. ep27-c my"AMTRn-Tn K!iT-A Cottaa of three or In n n .TV1 lw l ler anollHl. Artflr-Mt 10. P. Press ). ap-e ANTKD-A OIRT.-Wh. andersta., nitre. - . J"1'" innr, m norma rtilin two mills old.- 1 lis 44 of r,ferwneM nnitlTntvtji. ....... , us ni rviei I quire at No. 4 -in yifth.straet. I w ANTKli-Tailorlng. Rxnairlng and Bonn. J T. ",,!"t Jn ' the best manner at No. 'J 13 (Wast Third.atreet, between IMitm-ttroat uil Central votiMo.J'liajcll andjry. ap27-b J w niiihT-tand making good ice-cnera can hfnr Vt .l."r'n"'n eltnatkm trapping at No. 1'iO Wont Fourth-street, epar-b WANTKD-Mm aeaking Kmtlora an clerks. Salesmen, honk-km'tieni. Ur-knnrn. hoopers i, merhanira, laborers, anil others, should ap. i'lr at the Merchanta' xfiH Walnut-street. teglstrr Ufnca, No. trv Offli-a aar-li J1ALK 4 CO. 'ANTED A MTTATiON-Aa Cook. I, a cc,nip.tri)t an trust-worthy wiian, in a rrlTatp family. No JC.V""' Umll olB Oan In. 'J .1 . ayat ber...

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 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY- APRILSIT the Chicago Journal.] THE RIVER. BENJAMIN P. TAYLOR. - oh. rrrsr far-IJewlmj, ' Mow broad thou art growing, tneVentinel headlands wait grimly for thee; " . ..J rnHiplirltlin on The bold-riding surge! 1 Thai la whita-erestedlluea gallop in from the sea. Oh, nrlgtit-henHed river, With orystallne quiver, Like bUilo from lu etabbard, far-flashing abroad; Ami I think, as I Un the tremulous blace. That thou surely wart drawn by an angel or God. Through the Mark heart of night, Leepiug owt to tha light. ... Thon ai t reuklug with aunset.and dyed with tha "Y'lVrt tneemereld sod . licit the mountains of God; And tha shadows of roses yet mated thereon. Where willows are weeping, Whom shadows are sleeping, Where tho frown of tha monutalu lira dark on thjr crest, Arrtnraanow shining. Arbutus now twining. And "my castles In Spain 1 gleaming down In tby breast. Then dlseater'd and dim, Swinging sullen and grim, Where tbe old ragged shadows of horels are ahed; Cre...

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