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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 30 March 1859

THE DAILY PRESS It printed and published dally. (Sander tMTl) br At No. 14 Wet Fourth Street, n1 delivered to subscriber la OINOTNW ATI, COT. JNGTON and NKWPOBT.end in urroudlii citlM, village nd towns, at , - , SIX CENTS A-'WIIK,'! payable to th earner. , . ., PRICE OF MAILING. i rogl Cople. t et. On Month, 40 ct.j Thru Monthn, (I 00; On Tear, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS. Opera House. IT ALIAN OPERA. Thle, Wednesday Evening, March 30th, t FIRITANI. M'niet'OBA IK WII.HORST, BBIONOLI. AMO PIO, JI'NCA and NICOLA, In the principal role. The Celebrated Liberty Iatt,"HUONI LA TBOMBA I " "Then lot the trninnot ouud," will be nng by the two great artltita, AmnriMo and Jnnca. TWftdiiy,0BATOBI0: MAMMOTH OONCMT. Frldnr, BEN F.r ITof M'ni PAULINK OOLSON. Only night of Verdi's Chef D'Oeuvre EBNAM. SATURDAY, the eeoond end lt CIALA AND OPERA MATINEE. Day performance at S o'olock. Doer open at I. LUCIA DI LAMMKRMOOat Mosart's Immortal and greatest of ell Operas, It, DON UIOTANrtl, Will bs'produced, with e ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 30 March 1859

i: !! J. C. RINGWALT & 00. WILL JlKOTBtVTltWR NEWSTORH , ' ' -! ' ' ,' , ' Piki's frpera-House Bnlldlny, ; APiufFOuRTir, : : Whin thf will t Irt i. of Urg tuid comrUU , . , . MAOftuient pi . ENGLISH CiRPETlNfi Of their w lnrtll. embracing all Ihe nMl and rlnbmt d".l. brought to this eoimtrtr. An innwol then pauerna ara diflrrrnt frwaa aayttjtna Id thla wmrkel, we would .drlne t"wiitlng.5 EI.MJAVT CAHFKT lo w.lt nntll onr opening-, M wo rn than offer tham Induce, manta In morn, ajHIHT and rlre, which will amply repy them for lb delay. In addition to I ha aora, wa .ball ba la receipt of Very Itich Ilrocalellc, - DAMASK AND LACK CURTAIN GOODS, And a full uaortaiant of American, Velvet, , Brussels, Three 11 j and Ingrain CARPETING, llnrr Oil-Cloths, etc.. etc elected by m nt oar arm bow lu New York. WT On tha .berra rf tha atria nfonr Arm w 111 K changed to that of HINWAI.T A AVKK.Y, the memlwra of tha firm being tha aama. N. B.-Our Store on Main afreet la for rant. BUV VOIR RIBBONS...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 30 March 1859

Local ISTews;" WEDNESDAY MARCU 30 The Opposition Convention at Smith & Nixon's Hall—Nomination of City Officers—Resolutions Denouncing the Police Commission Bill. The Opposition Convention o nominate City Officers, to bo elected by the people on Mon day next, assembled yesterday morning at Smith k Nixon's Uall. All the wards were fully represented. At nine o'clock the Convention was called to order, by tbe lelootlou of Jobn F. Cunningham, Chairman pro (tin., and II. . Armstrong, Sec retary. Mr. W. D. Blokham moved that a Busi ness Committee, composed of one from each ward, be Appointed, whloh was adopted. The following gontlemen were appointed at aid committee : First Ward William Wood; Second Ward S. 8. Davis Third Ward W. J. Bohnlts Fourth Ward Fifth Ward Charles R. Fosdlok J Sixth Ward W. D. Biokham ) Seventh Ward F. Stag ire ; Eighth Ward George W. Runyan ; Ninth Ward H. A. Beste ; Tenth Ward Dr. Davie ; Eleventh Ward C. H. Churohlll j Twelfth Ward Emanuel Ottej Thirteenth W...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 30 March 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. From Kansas. LiiA'aswosTH, Mrofi 29. At the election yesterday, there waa but flight opposition to the constitution question, which was oarried by a small but decided majority. A noil protyni hit been entered In the cue of Charles Doy, who has been released from custody and it now in this city. Dr. Doy has been held to bail In $5,000 for trial at the next term of Court. Advioea from the mine to the 2rtth ull. hare been received. Near Arrapahoe City the miners were confident of making large wages. The yield had been at high at fifty cent to the pan. The weather was too cold to admit of extensive operations. From Nicaragua. Naw York, March 29. The steamship Em pire City hat arrived here. She loft Havana on the 24th Inst., with a portion of the mails and passengers brought by the steamer Illinois, but transferred in consequence of an aocident to her machinery. The steamer Grenada was to leave the same day with the ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 31 March 1859

1 1 THE DAILY PRESS I printed and published dally, (Sunday exeepted,) by At No.'H west Fourth Street M,1,1Sl!Jm,J lJJV,.,Ji,rr,h"r" ln CINCINNATI, COT. INOTON and NEWPORT, and In surrounding cities, 8IX CENTS A WEEK, payable to tbe carrier. ' f, 3 PRICE OK MAILING. Single Copies, a ots.j One Month, 40 ots.; Three aiontn., si on; one Tear, $4 On. AMUSEMENTS. Op era House. This Evcnlne, Thursday, March 31st, Roaelnl's celebrated great Sacred Work, THE 8TABAT MATER, AND MAMMOTH CONCERT. NO CURTAIN Wfl.t. He miiti Unprecedented Combination of Talent tout Frlma Donna on the Same Evenlasj. 1 ne eaia or aeata, admission, including choice of re. sens wi, at rn oo, commences this morning. ITALIAN OPERA. To-morrow, FRIDAY. Arjrtl far. BENEFITof the celebrated Dramatlo Prima Donna, IW'LLB TERESA PARODI. ERNANI. SATURDAY, the aecond and laiit OA LA AND OPERA MATINEE. Day performance at 3 o'clock . Doom open at 1. LUCIA DI IjAMMERMOOR.. And the celebrated aecond act (tbt polton acene,)of DouUett...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 31 March 1859

J. C. RINGWALT & 00. WILL RKMOVB TO Til KIR NK W 8TOH B in . ' rike's Opfra-llonsf Bulldlngr, A PHI I, FOITItTII, Whn tby will t In receipt of larga an eomplt assortment of ENGLISH CiHPETINU ff their own ImrnrlHtlnn, embracing nil tin. nrwrt unit rlrhpof d-ln brought 'his country. A uin ol these pattern, ere itiflri-rnt from nnylhina In tlila ninrki, wo would advise "how anting a' M.KtiAMT ('All lKT to wait Mnfil our opening, as we rnn then ntlor them Induce ments in pntrorn. iitlnltty unit prior, which will Amply repay theui for the dulay. In addition to th above, we shall b In receipt of Very' Rich Rrocalellc, DAMASK AND LACE CURTAIN GOODS, Aud 1 full assortment of American, Velvet, BrtKieU, Three-Ply mil Iugraln CARPETING. Moor Oil-CIotha, elf., etc., std br on of our Arm now la New York. Kir- on the ihott date the style of our firm will ehanged lo that of KINOWALT kit 1 , the nifmlwiin of lh Arm being the same, ft. B. Our StoMolnjnjdcoot storreut. Ibt voir ribbons At No. 30 ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 31 March 1859

Local News. THCHSDAY .....MARCH 31 Coavention of the Democracy at Smith & Nixon's Hall—Nomination of Candidates for City Offices—The Ticket Complete. Yetterdaj morning th Convention of Dele gate whloh bad bean eleoted at the Democratic Primary Meeting, to nominate oandidate for the varlou olty offloos, to be elooted on Mon day next, met at Smith A Nlion's Hall, at nine o'olook. On motion of Bart. Bmlth, Thoma J. PeUr wa chosen Chairman) Thomai 3. Bmlth and M. II. Medary ware both ohosen for the oRioe of Seoretary pro. lent., but the former wu not present, while tha latter refused to serve, and the eteotlon resulted In calling MaJ. Joseph W. Barke to that position. It wu than, after some misunderstanding and dobate,reaolrad that oneperion be appointed ' from each ward upon a committee on ore dentiala, and one on permanent organisation, and one on rules and regulations, whloh resulted in the following appolntmenta: On CreJtnHvU.3ot. W. Burke, Paftriok Lavilie, B. Bohteigmen, Josep...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 31 March 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. Arrival of the Persia. Sw York, Mann 30. Tho Hujal Mail etetmhi Fcrsin, with dates fnim Liverpool to tho llh irint.i thrw ilnya Inter than that fur niaheJ ly tho Kangaruo, urrlved hero thia u)orniii). The City i f Manchester arrived out on tho 1 7th Inst., and tho Fulton reached tfouthnuiplou on tho 18th inst. (Jurat Dritaik. The London Tiuiea aaya that the leadioK submarine oalilo-uiakori aro willing to contract for the successful aubtnerg cneo of an Atlantio onble, taking all the risk of loaa or damngo on themselves. The Aincrtcnn ship E. C. Scranton hm been lightly damagnd by flro at Liverpool. The news' had been moro warlike, but rn iniirs of a reassuring character prevailed on the 1 3th iul, causing a considerable advance in ciiuhoN and a slight rise on tho I'aris Ilnurie. Cnnsuls are iiuoted at Vi'i(n,)ty, for money and account. Tho Jury In the tronson tri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 April 1859

THE DAILY PRESS I printed and published dally, (Sundays excepted,) by O. 37. TTATiIi, At No. 14 West Fourth Street, and delivered to snnscrthersln CINCINNATI, COT. INOTON end NEWPORT. la surrounding oitiM, villages and towns, at 8IX OENT8 A WEEK, arable to (ha carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. Single Copies, t cU. Ona Month, 40 cta.f Tbrea Monthi, tl 00i Ona Year, ti on. AMUSEMENTS. Opera House. Manager C'haa. M. Barrae. IT ALIAN OPERA. TM Evening, FRIDAY, April 1st, BENEFIT of the celebrated Dramatic Prima Donna, M'LLE TERESA PARODI. ERNANI. tJThl'S,''?! prd 8ulree, Bnull, Junca, In the principal roles. SATURDAY, the second and laat GALA AND OPERA MATINEE. Day performance at a o'clock. Doori open at 3. LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR, With M'me Dei Wllhorat, Rrlenoll, Amodlo, Nlnolat and the celebrated second act (the poison scene,of Donlaetti'a Grand Opera of LUCREZIA BORGIA, With M'lle Parodi, ft aires, Juneau There wIM noOpereon Saturday night, In con eminence of the neoenna-ry night rehearsal for...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 April 1859

J. C. RINOWALT & 00. WILL & HMO? H TO TI1BIJI NHWSTORH rike'i Opera- Ilonse Boildinf, APRIL FOURTH, Whn tb.y will be In receipt of a trg end eomplete esorlmeutof ENGLISH CARPETING Of ta.lr im importation, embracing all th newest aad rleheat nealgn brought to this "mntVy. As miM of these pattern r d ITorent nnlur opening, a. then offer J'f j menu In vnttern, ejimlltr nod arlo., which Ul amply repay theui for the delay. In addition to th abov , we shall b In receipt of Very Ilich Ilrocatelle, DAMASK AND LACE CURTAIN GOODS, Aad a full assortment of American, Velvet, Ilruuels, Three-Ply mid Ingrain CARPETING, Floor Oll-Clothi, etc. etc., elected y on of our Arm now In New York. Br On the above date the style of pur Arm will be changed lo that of BIXOWAI.T AVERT, tbt members of the Brm being 111 mm. ti. B Onr Slur on Main limit li for rent. BUY YOUR RIBBONS At No. 30 West Fourth St. JvTkt IMMENSE STOCK JUST OPENED. J. LeBOUTILLIER & BEOS. "XTTCHOLAS BIRD. ATTORNEY AT LAW L Of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 April 1859

Local News. FRIDAY......... Arurt, i LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. John Mltehell ts Th City of Cincinnati. Ana. Hon to rtoovar S10 for th dm cud oaoupatlon (tlx month ' rant), of certain real estate nn th north H.U of Second strset, between John And Smith street, on which thosng1n-bouee of the Wayne Fir Company flood. Th OUt olalmad tbat, hating notified th plaintiff flor th hou wm bnrned (on mouth eb. eequent to her oooupatlon of tli premtries), that she tltd not propoee further to u them, th u not now liable for thl claim. Judge Dickson allowod a Judgment for on month' rent, 19 M. fame re. Sam. In second lull btrn th Mm parties, to recover nn additional tlx month' rent, me rnugmoni wae lor in iieteniiam. n In AThomoson for nlalntlff; Hare A Dlanv fur in vliy. NATi iultiATron About fifty appllnattom for Mil. th n form or goTernment, replied, "T, sir, 1 in a louship wore "ranted, yeetsrdav, by Judge Mallon. One ol Ihe applicants, on hating th nstial question tint to htm as to whether h ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 April 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. Additional by the Northern Light. Nkw York, March St. Alviuc recoived hj the Northern Light tUto thut the LcRltilatnro of NlcrK inod epeoliil dooree on the 4th inl., declaring tho transit route free to all na tion i. The Northern Light bring ix hundred and rerenty tiauengera, and $1:J7,000 in treasure. The datca from Valparaiso are to the 1st Inst. Another abortive attempt at a revolution was made at Valparaiso on tho 28th ult. The bat tle lasted for four hours, resulting ndvorsely to the patriots. The American Consulate was riddled with shots, being located In the vicinity of the field of battlo. The revolutionary uiovoinont throughout Chill has assuinnd a dangerously powerful and popular position. By the arrival of an English mail stcauior at Aspinwall, important news from Uroytown is furnished. The Unitod States sloop-of-war Decatur, having anchored in a cove near San Juan del Sur, was mistaken for a fillibuetor, and President Ma...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 April 1859

THE DAILY PRESS O. 37"- XI A TaXe, At No. 14 Wett't'owrtU Street, ..J ,isr.r,ul n mlrrllM In f!t Nil! UN ATI. fOY. INOTON and NEW PORT, end la snrrimndlng alttee, vllieges im lowm, at SIX CENTt'A WEEK, payable to the oajrler. - - - 7o-r- ... .. T PRICE OK MAILING. , Bingl Cople., eU.j 0n Month, M ct.. Three moninn 91 uu; unu iwr, iff. AMUSEMENTS. Opera House. Vfnnacer 'ITALIAN ..'ha. M. Harrne. OPERA. ThU, SATURDAY, nl 3 o'clock. TUE SKCOND AND LABT GALA AMD OPERA MATINBK. ' Say performance at o'clock. Doora optn at 2. Thar will ba no Opera lo night, In conaaanenca of the neeesaary nloiif rahear.nl for Moeart's hnmortal and greatest of all Opera, , s- It, DON GIOVANNI, I.PON JOAN,) Will t -produced, with a moat powerful .ait, on Mob day end Tuesday, neat week. . On the Matinee will ba produced .,- Ll'CU DI LAiMMEBMOOn, " And tha celcbratad eoend act (the poison scnif Donizetti's Oraud Opera of , LrCHEZIA BORGIA. rOSlTIVELY THELAS1' WEEK OF fWRAKOCCaVaj celebratkd ITALIAN OPERA. f Mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 April 1859

J. C. RING W ALT 00. WILL BMOT TO TH1UR NKWBTOH Tike's Opera-llDsB Building, 'APRIL FOURTH, Whea tkey wMI he In receipt of large u4 eetapl.te assortment of ENGLISH CARPETING Of their awej towarteittaei, embracing all the afwrM anil rickMl aelae brought to thle eountrv. A. aome of these pattern, are hftwrrwt from ariklna In rJth".VS"JS',,.,,l',i? those wanting an KI.MJANT (IAHPKT to ll imttl onr opening, as we can then "for them Induce rmnli In pnirnra, innlltT , Brine, whlih will amply repay then, for the deity. In Mltlun lo the above, we .ball b. la receipt of Very Itich Ilrocalelle, DAMASK AND LACK CURTAIN QOOD8", And a full BMortaMOt of merlcan. Velvet, Brussels, Tliree-Ply and Ingrain CARPETING, Fluor 011-Clotf.B, etc., etc., elected hf ewe nt onr Brm now la Hew Tork. W- On the noowe date the t! "foiir a wMI changed to tlt of HINt,''' TEIl1r the members f the Sra-. heing thweejwe. K. B.Onr Wore on mrht et-reet li lor raws. BUY YOUR RIBBONS At Xo. 3 Went Fourth Street. AN IMMENSE...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 April 1859

LAW REPORT. PROBATE COURT. tin nr Swrrrm, Fioi.ii, uti a I.rjurio. Judge Dillon disposed of this win. It appeared that o the Ittk August, IW, F. Kngle l deolarod a luaatlo, end I h.i. Snyder. H appointed by the Probate Court his guardian and since lhn he A lea twu aeoounteof receipts and expenditure. Vngle, In th mean time, was de clared aa restored to his reason, and reinstated In hi. natural right., and eiceptlone worn filed on hl be. half to the accounts. The oicaptions were referred to a Master Commissioner, to take testimony and report. Objections were tnken to tha report; Bret, on the ground that tlia Court had no power to appoint a muter, and secondly, that It ny otherwise eiroiia una. In theeottrsetf bis remsras, Judge Hilton refcrred nmawhat In detail to the various acta hearing upon be ojueellou, and remarked Hint under the 171 edi tion of tha act of 1M (still In force) In relation lo executor, adinlnlatretor and anardlaos, the Court, upon deeming It expedient, might relar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 April 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. From Washington. Wasikto!, April I. Tha Union has an apparently se-ml-official article on tb Clayton Balwer Treaty, Baying thai tha Trwidont hi aavar changed hit policy conearnlng it! that tha American onstrnotinn will b substantially carried into ffec.ts that the Mosquito protecto rate and the Bay Islands will no doubt be sur rendered to Nicaragua and Honduras respect ively; that the substance of Sir William Uore Ousley 'i Instructions ha bean eommtintoatcd to thia government only through Lord Naplerj that it haa full faith in the loyalty of the Brit ish Government, and if Sir Gore Ousley haa exceeded hia Instructions in any particular, he will no doubt be called to a rigid account. Tha Nary Department has named the new third-class ateamera ai follows: That at Ports mouth, the Mohican; at Boston, tha Narragan et; at Brooklyn, tha Iroquois; at Norfolk, the Daeotah; at Penoacola, the Seminole, and at Mara Inland,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 April 1859

ir i .4 .1 f'THEf DAILT PRESS T printed tad publUhed dally, (Smvlaye eBoepted,) br O- TP. '. ' XIAXjIi, ' ' At lit. It Weit Fourth Street, and delivered to anbacrlbw la CINCINNATI, 00V JNOTOH and NEWPORT.and In surrounding oltlM, tIIIiim and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, parable to th carrier. PRICB OF MAILING. Unci Copies, 3 ets.) On Month, 40 ete. Month, (I 00t One Tmr, ft DA. ThTM AMUSEMENTS. i Op era, Mouse. itlmMlir t'rias. 91. Dnrraa. POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK OF flTRAKOSCII'8 CBLHBRATBD ITALIAN OPERA. Monday end Tnesday, April 4 and 3, MOZARTH IMMORTAL DON GIOVANNI. (DON JCAHO Th greateat of all Oprs. The CflTmandatoT.. Don Juan .. .tonne Anna. IMn Oeta.lo , Donna Klvlra , Leporella .. 3li.vtfo ZariVia , , 7oiyd Ballet exprenly engatad for th prodee- . Nicola. Big. Barill. - ......M'll Teresa Pa rod t. ..Mla. Brlaaoll. ...Wme fttrakosch. Big. Mrol Junca. Hlg. Amodlo. ...in at uoison. Tjf.'LLE CBLEMTINB FRANC, tte, Ml Th djstina "'shed Dnews, aeoompunl.d by M'lle Julia Daniat. 7....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 April 1859

J. C. RING WALT & CO. WILL REMOTE TO THEIR NKW1JTORK :i- - . !- Pike's Opera-llonse Bnildiny, Vi AlMtlli FOURTH, When they will be In receipt of a lr end complete assortment of ENGLISH CARPET1J E.1I1..U, t their wa Imi'm'tnllow. ernhmcltm nil the ewrrt and rl. hS.t rfr-lstn. brought to ikl. " Aawmonl these patterns are HlftVrrnt frvim awr'taln. In IM. rjViVrKT'lo wilt thoM wanting an hLMIANT I A 111 KT ."'"I" until our opening, aa wi nan then utter themlnrtMCe. nieuts In pattern. ejHMlitr ansl price, which will amply repay them tor the delay. la addition to the above, we shall be In ,rwIpt of Very llich Jlrocatclle, .' DAMASK AND l.ACE CURTAIN GOODS, Ami a full assortment of - nitrlcan, Velvet, ' llrusscU, Tlnee-PIy and Iligratii CARPETING, Moor OU-Clolhi, etc., etc., elected by one uf iir Arm how in New York. mtr On the above date the style "f our ""' J changed In Hint or HIXUWAI.T AVERY, the members of Ihe linn ledng Ihe same. N. P. Our Store uu Main .Meet la for rent. , BUY Y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 April 1859

I'.U'I MNiA1f.l..'-Ui..;...U:.J.4- UAPKIL 4 .1 ! Gr'avd LifmbBiri-VJA gentleman, whose nam ., ; lVw. m1d not leajhproprletor .of ft gr. ' "eery ftnd 'eofreVhou, on the orner of Nw ", ; .'and Broadway, a 11,b,l lwt " ' tetwe,. eTnty-i.T and eighty dollar!, undr '. otnwha. peoulta etroumstanoe. H ,fl 4 ' counting ever hU money prior to eloslng up, whn Arthur Ilughei and Pat Tltfney entered ' hi sinblashment. Th landlord folded, hit 1 money and placed It tn his rest pooket, and 111 t .a . , .... annka ..a third party, who bad beon Imbibing pretty freely,) and itated that ha desired to shut up, ., Th man being rather loo drunk to navigate, the landlord aught hold of him, when Hughe. , ad Tierney proffered their assistance. , They aucceeded tn getting him aut of tha houie, ' when hughe remarked to T.wny,'"let,e go , , ,The two started down Broadway, and tha land lord went Into his grooery, but, In feeling for ;-. his money, found, to hit astonishment, that It wee gone. Ha at onee suspect...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 April 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. From Washington. Waiiihoto, April -Th ?.B ''71tv'' "f ft British stamer Carmco, with Lord Lyons, icites addition! fr for her fT- A dispatch from Charleston, 8. t., say that th Cnrier of th.l eity contain telegraphic dispatch from Washington, stating that th war la Enrow has aotually commenced, and that Gorg Baunder had brought dispatch to that efteot to the President. Hon. W. Poreher Miles, member ofCongres from Charleston, telegraphed back that Lord Napier knew nothing about th report. Th Courier fail to be Convinced. It I well understood tht th Cabinet, yes terday, had under consideration th subject of Central American affairs. Advices from the commander of the Jnraen town oonBrra the statements relative to th re cent event in Nicaragua. Our Government ha nothing from an official aouro later' than February 2i, relative to th trestles, when that of Kir William Gore Oustey, of commerce, navigation and the transit, had been satisfied...

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