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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I publl.hed dnilr (ftnnflara ot excepted) by Wul..UIIq1? ?T?ty. TC IC 1-6t.O O a FBOPBlKTOBa. - TBI CflfCIIfllATI DA1LT PBIR8 to deliver! to . abaci-then In Cincinnati, Cewlirgajnn mt P. eOv. BrWUa. Itle.el Sawn, et , th ntTem! lOW 1 RKTIN C1NT8 A WlIKi riniu I P"VJrd"iV- "lil onpiee, ! rental I month, IS WliH; f moatlia, l ; I fur, $:i (JO. AMUSEMENTS. NATIONAL THKATBR.-Jonii J." Hatm, rroprl. tor and Manager ; W. 8. Inwi.l, Treaaurer ; 0. T. tun, otege llauager. , rin i"ht of a short engagement of th lain). liable OABBIBL AKD KBAKCOM HAVII,, Ann! their numeroiie and talented eompanr. Tni KVKNINO, April Biuret night of the comic pantomime of . 1 , ' ItOBERU MAOAtHlt Fnmcola R.vol In hit comic partof Jaqne Btrop; A. Lehman as Robert Macaire. . f 'Irrt timaofthearaniitng dlrertlaeenientof , , . THB) BELI.Bj or MADRID. , t Den Balllo, Gabriel HaVW ; I ha Bella of Madrid, M im France. ; lovera of lha ilalla and other char, aotera by the oompauy. By partlcnlar rep...

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. — 28 April 1860

WE DAILY PRESS. jtS . ,., UltOMtMl WMMITOM . Vl ' 1 ' aWRPAT APRlLaj The Sunday Press. i We shall IpSiie ft larger 8urilsy tdltlon to- morrow than any preyious one, offering in creAlWaflvaritagtjs to adreillscrs. Business n4,labarrs uui plac thair oommoditM and want before from thirty to forty tuou and readers, at the Cost of an adTertiaetaent in the Daily Pas, fo other Inrestment - ... orTtrssa (lire and large, retain, as in no 6 f I Utt is! lawric if there auch a 6eld for snc- cesa in judicious and regular advertising ai in Cincinnati. ' Poor Progress In Converting the Heathen. Dr. King, the 6rs American missionary to r.Mct. whim labors- in .converting the heathen Greek hare lonir elicited the synv pathy and interest of Christian people in this couatrY, was sent there by tne American Board in 1828, and has been supported there by the American people trvr since. Ia 1852 he indulged In style of preaching against .he established church, which the Gorern teent thought infringed on goo...

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. — 28 April 1860

WANTED. OSj'-WAMM," "fOH lAM,"- "TOIL BNT." vertlsemente' coming under tbese headings, nntex MMiu i Hum, will b Inserted twice for 5 oeats VANTRIKAI Xrr.Rls.NCHDTRtMMKR - v none oiner need apply Mr. M. At.OOK, Jio. 9.14 Fifth -etreet. psi-c- llANTEn-A frond steady aa cook, tn v lr at Wo. 3H West Third. Ip2-b WANT D At Ho. 1 t tiongwnTth.strat, near the corner of John, thrt or four hortl ' ere, where there ar lint a frw boarders, apts-b .-MrANTKD flrnt-clMH .lot) Printer. Apply to ?T rRANKBBAMAN,Iaytoa Dally Bmpire. ap2-bl HHRD ROOM H . v v anitam mr gentleman mil wife, hv a ernmpt paying tenant. Terms mnt be moderate. AQuriM u. u., rostomca, stating terms and looatlon. WANTKD-A WOMAM-To (In the work of a family, one-half mile from the dry. Aleoa Girl, from ten to fourteen, to take care of children. Apply In JOHN W. CI. ARK, No. 09 Went Third. : 'V4fi'',ED-THa1 ART OF CONVRttSATION. vv This may be learned gratultonsly at JOHN HOaN'B Gallery, Ninth and Main, and a good Pic ture b had ...

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. — 28 April 1860

THE DAILY PJIESS. HATVRDAY.. APRIL 1IS a [From Thackoray's Magazine.] A SONG OF SPRING. .01M;i4TV1 MI'l re, where the tall plantation firs 1. 1 in. river, uuwn in. ', I' W it range teipwle,' like vernal alra 1VfC . ieM eaeae i ma nato at their wiH.: " Vi Tr'' Vh rmtf-at.ntfv ere, ' " 1 ' ml'itaw The bods aad Sewers that mark tie Baring ;! ..And iieturea myriad prophecies ff, .Ofwhal the iniiiiner.su will brin. i',,vitl 1 rdroeeey lew 1 Sad delight- . , rThe new-wed cushat's wurmunroe tones, Y(,mif M(womhur(liit lur. light, ' A na the rloh odor of the coaee. , t,nl The liirch, with tassels pnrple-plns:, , Whirrs like dhtaut falling brooks; ' 'n:li. ) ''Ahrtauii-wjrgi'rten d.w-4rope wink. a -It ,v Antid tha grass, in had)' oovka, Ti "'ftlrlihfirtM hang rnntid mtlmli, ' Steals sweetness from the tewdrr ahoetn r I With, here and there, a perfumed gnat) 11 " 11 Prom tIoIpm aniunf the root, "ivr Ar?e-Where behind the tatted rock I , -J Uruw drifWof while anemones, . ., . ,fu"!" Aa lfthepr...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 April 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is wnbll.herl dully rHnnrtays not excepted) by HENKY It 10 IC IJ So GO. '. ' i ' ' PROPRIETORS. t trnn-tdiiuu, opt. cvRoa-aotma , Tni 'JfNOINNATI DAILY PR KM Is delivered to sabenrlbera In Cincinnati, Covington and .nrrwuudlng cities end towes, at - the extremely low ' price of SEVEN CENT8 A WEEK, PAYARLR TO CARRIER. PrOvs 0 VmnVf.--Ptngl. males, 9 rents) ! month, 4 rents; a months, Will y.ar, ft;l ItO. ' AMUSEMENTS. mmw llATFK, NATIONAL THEATER. Jong a. Pmnrii X4ir ami M.n.o.,' W M I in ni'Muiui , j. ojaim, ni.K. manager. Blill night of short engagement of the Inlnv ' . liable GABRIEL AND FRANCOIS RAVEL, And their pnraerniu end talented ompany. MONDAY EVENING, April 30, tint night of the comic pantomime of THE MAOIC PILLS i ' ' ' Oe, Tim OoKjtrsr.e'. dirt. ' ' Dandy Grinslilo, Gabriel Jtsvel; Cnl.rsria, Francois Havel; Don Pomblo, M. Toledo: Polthono, M. T.irhoff; (iarubio, M. Angnste; Red Spirit, Mr. Pailly ; Tim Prog, Young America; Klvlra, Mine Krnacw ; Sa...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 April 1860

THE DAILY PKESS. HENRY HEBD Sc CO., . , . iditom ik normutTOM. SUNDAY..... APRIL Only One Cent $fw boys are not authorized to tell pafwr for more than one cent. Our New Advertisements. This paper furuishM to out reedera gub. stential evidence of the public appreciation the Daily Prkis, ai an advertising medium, in a list of new advertisements such ai rarsly shown by any nape' in his cit7 These advertisements will be displayed be fore not less than forty thousand readers, and we are gratified to know that our advertis ers find the investment profitable. The Great Mill. Notwithstanding the unsatisfactory termi nation of the great mill, the performance Heenan, according to the telegraphic fully justifies the confidence of backers, and entitles him to a place among the first, if not the first place, in the ring. Under the circumstances -with but little ex perience or performance in the ring to give him confidence in himself, with the victor a doten hard-fonght fights in the peculiar lan...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 April 1860

WANTED. ."!'.: "KOB HXI.K," "fOR RKNT." tOtlT,'l -reiNB,' IARDIN." c..-Ad. rtle.aiita mmIm thiiWthiwe kwdlnn, nntea. Qnedlng lire llnaa, will b. iuwtad twice for DtMll " 11.14 Vtftb-atrert. . p-e WAJITBB-'MV- good Boy t North-Went - winiirr ui mmnantl nern-ftreet, recommended, need apply. Nonr, nn IITAntkii- -BOX MAKKRft-Twn nrunl.n V nel in ninfelli hnwH innlljJiikH A nil. ". nmik-nllojr. botwtwu Third and Fourth and 'thikuihwi main. WANTKD-A party with ll.ono auti capital ti tnakf twontv-w cent. & month mi net ttt,nn,n wo ?-arn. Aflilrwt DAYTON, this offiC". D2-b ninu k manuiacitirnuT oiiBinitM tn WANTED AOENTSSiw. per month, clmr of oxjwnr. with I0 rapttal. Cull t the Jonwi llniite, iKoom No. 4 N. corner of Ninth ami Hyc. more, from 7 to 10 A. M. find 1 to 8 P. M. anM-b If M'V- UAKflCHTBH Vr WtlO Cflli frrrM. Inquire at Nv. 14 rike-itrort. Cnvlnetnn. UK rhnrtfn nr ihn iiiiin. iu... Kenturhy. W,.WW"THB KTlQtTETTB OK CWRT-HlP-lMtnirtloiw gratia itt JOHNHON'S (Mlcir. Ninth nt Ma...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 April 1860

THE DAILY PKESS. HUNDAY...... ..APRIL 99 LOVE MAKETH BEAUTY. FROM THE PERSIAN. "Ml me, Irentle trav'ler, then Who hut wandered fr and wide, Been the iWt rose, blow, And th. brlnhtest rivers IMe Say, of all thins eyasheth seen, Which the Wml land bu been I" "t,ady. shall t tell thee whera Nature seems most blent and flr. Far above all clliaa. beside 7 "Tin where those we love abide And that little spoils best, Which the loved one's foot hath preeseil. Though it be a fairy apace. Wide anil iin-eailln In tbe piece: Thumb 'twere but a barren mound, 'Twould become enchanted around. With thee yon sandy waste would seem The margin of Al t'.wtliar'e stream; And thou cotildnt make a dungeon a gloom A bower whore new-born rosea Muodj. [Translated from the French of Octave Feuillet.] THE BEAUTIFUL ANDALUSIAN; OR. LOVE BEYOND THE TOMB. "Will you lore me even beyond the tnmb!" The question came from the rermillion lips of a young girl at a fancy ball in Paris during the reiirn of Louis XV. ishe ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 April 1860

1- .Mi - k i j r r ' w . n v r i i a . I CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS la pnbHehed dally (nndya not excepted) by -, I1ENBY HE IC I Ac CO., SovriCB Tim-ricT, orr. ttmoa-aoniSf . , TH CINCINNATI DAILY FBKS8 It detltet to lubecTlbere In Cincinnati, Oorinfton tad ttsrnnindtat eWe n town., Mr?'! ,ih ti'reaiorr low i 5 (SEVAN OBNTA 1 tf! 1 a MTtlu T uuni. fi-dw oJffllw.-8ingle coplee, wjtij 1 month, 40 oente; month., 91; 1 year, :l ft. AMUSEMENTS. VKff NATIONAL THEATER.-JoH IN Datm, l'nprli r and MRn.gcr ; W. B. lal, TrMiii.r C. T. ith, Blane lluw. Slttb night uf a abort rnttafomrnt of tha Inlm ltall GABRIKL AKD FBAKIIOIB BAVKL, And tholr nmneroti and talented eomnaur MONDAY EVBXINO, April 30,flrt nlBht of Hi Comic pnntomlmo of T11K MAUIC l'll.LSi Or, Tun CoNJvacR' Out. Pundr Orlnaldo, Onbrlfl Bar.1; Colora ln, Franeolii llav.l ; Don Pfinolili, 31. Tolffdo: l'olthono, M. TophiiffL Uiinililo, M. Allgniito; Bed Bplrlt, Mr. PalllriTlm Krog, Young Amrtc Elvira, Mlw Vranran; Harab, Ltontiuo Capcli Jn...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 April 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HENIi'V IITCEIJ CX.. IDITOB. AND FOPIfOM. MONDAY.. APRIL SO Important News. We republish on our. first page, from our Pnnddjr edition, the news respecting tue Charleston Convention and the great priie fight, for the benefit of onr country sub gcribers. is Are Street Railroads a Monopoly of Public Thoroughfares? In the stnte of betwcenity in which the power of the City Council to license street railroads is suspended by the opinions of the Superior Court, which oscillate between the right to authorize a single track and no right to authorlie any, with a fair proepejt of coming out at the latter end of the horn, the question whether the permission to lay a railway track in a street is an exclusive oc cupancy of it, and therefore monopoly of a public highway, is disposed of by the Court sls if there could be no controversy on that. In his last opinion Judge Storer said that if it were not that the companies had ex pended large sums of money on these lines, tie would ha...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 April 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," " KOB BAIj," "KOB RENT." LOHTi" "FOUND." 11 BOARDING." 4o. -Advertisements omalng undor theee nsadlnirs, milei eadtng five lines, will be Inserted twice fur !21 cent IVi N T K D OI R F, To do gnml hrrnsrvwrrrk. A good Btrl can find ft pleasant home, and food wages will bo paid. The bent of refe mures re quired. Apply At the south -east curner of Ninth and M reeman-sireeM. armm. hotel. keener., m.rrh.nte I merchants ami othnm an milt. . 1 milli afik r Urki. mIm. I book-keepera, far-k-epera, pnrtera, traitor., coopers, mechanic, in borer, Ar.. Ac,, at th Mfr chant's Clerk UrglMrj Office, 14g Walnut-street, WANTKD-THR TRRATMKNT OK CATf Utofnl Information gratl at JOHNHON'B Oeliery, Ninth and Main, and a good Likeness for ten centB. gr a rlchlr-colored, large, whols-slaed one. lied one apM-a ANTKD-A HITUATION By a mmctabla rutin woman a Protestant), a 'Iiar..lMr. tnatd. la a good sewer. Can come well rxm- inen(ifd: Apply at wo. 7Fluni-itrwt. ap30-b WANTKD-My Father' and...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 April 1860

THE DAILY HIESS. MONDAY.... ...april ae Description of a Japanese Belle. A rccont Emit India trrelr thin ketche a Jnpnnosa belle: I row a young pirl sUuidlnp, fan In hflnd, at nn open door, rending, She win simply clad lu a looee crniie halT-peUicoat, hnlf drcs-Inir-Kown iiort of dress, reaching as far down an the ankles, and bound by a sa?h nf yellow silk around the waist. Her foot, which were small and beautifully formed, rested on the common straw sandals of the country. Over this dress, which left the bosom partly un covered, she wore a light cream-colored open jacket, of muslin texture, with wide sleeTes extended little below the elliow; her sort . black hair, was beautifully drawn back off the forehead, and bound in a peculiar cluster at the back of the head, where it was held by two gold pins, one of great length, and with a scorpion-like device attached to it, and which moved to and fro with every motion of its fair wearer. Her complexion was bright and pale, much more so th...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 May 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS ' ' I tnMtrld (lnr (Sundays not excepted) ty HKNIIY REED 6c CO., i,,f f.e . PBOPRirrpjw. r i- - --; r' 'ervrct vtlrs rrairr, ovp.'criToB.Botiif. fHK CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS la .ellverBd to rub.crloer In t)lnclnnatl, Cotfnfton and surrounding eltlM and fefu, at i fl ' 1 month, AMUSEMENTS. X' llA-rsa, J'roprlitor endManaaar : W. 8. Iawin. Tm.ur.rj A T. smith, Stag. Manager. . Lwt week bntoneof tho Inlmltabl. ,' RAVELS, J ' . And rnolr numerous and tainted company. 'I'F.BDAY EVENING, May 1, second night of th. cmlc pantomime of I , i THE MAUIC P1LL81 I 0, Tim Coitirmxa'a Oift. t Ddy OrlnaMo.Oabrlcl Bevel; Cokrt-ada, Francois Invel; : Don Ponchlo, M. Toledo! 1'olthono, M. Ji'Pioff; parublo, M. Aognete; Bod Spirit, Mr. lallly; Th Frog, Yonng America,; Klvlra, Mine francos Butah, Laontiua lapel; Josephine, Mis. lo.li.la. , Irat time of . , THB DEFIANCE. A classical scans of nullity, br the Mertlnettl Brothers, find tine of the splendid dlTertlseaieat, sntltlcd LA PRI...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 May 1860

THE DAILY TKESS. HtcNRY incrcrj &. co., , , , isrroaa A. raonunoM. i . . , , TCBftDAT ..MAY ff We have, been in the habit of it&tlng tha Aremge weekly increue in the cticula Ion tof tbe Puma at fWe hundred. Thi has, hj tome, been considered an exaggeration, or at least a specimen of that loose talk in -which .newipaper men indulge who aoh uhjecU are enoken of. In order to eonTince our friends that we intend no deception, we will state thkt our actual increase during the week cloning yesterday was eiacUy five hun dred and serenly-two. ' - Religious Bigotry—Two Cases Contrasted. "It is but a few days since many of our best eitiienj were exasperated at what seemed to be the perversa determination of a Judge to doom a nine gin six years or age, once natcnea iron ruin, to a lite ot Infamy. The foregoing is taken from an article in yesterday's Gazette, entitled "An Appeal in Behalf of the Toung Outcasts of Cincinnati." The article itself, a column in length, is one of those twaddl...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 May 1860

WANTED. "WANTM," "FOR 8At.F" ' VtMt hltVT " "LOST," "01N1," "hoXKWNu" Ac -Ad-werl laenirnta onmlng mrlmlvn headings, nntea. swUng hn lines, win m Inserted twiea f. SHeenta 1VAN.'l! -A" X I'KiTl RN(rBDOH A M nrJit" T IIAIIi-Fnn ledles' aW, at Broadway Ho l. The beet refnrninr. will he rewired, myi ! WANTKI-ITIIATIIN-Bt 0 boy seventeen years dd In m" Htorn. Ilest elty reference Hlven. Apply at W. MADIHR, dHaixtn-etroot. J. Hoyl-h) VA.NTKD-!U 0 week clear of nil axpenaes " rrr opportunity fur ladlee. For particulars rails 100 Broadway, from 9 A. M. toft P. St., any elny thin week, nvi'li WA NT K l-T BU T-J annary numbers of Bel Ion s Dollar Magaslne for January, km. In quire at the Periodical Htore No. tfsi Ontrnl. arcnno, opposite Conrt-strwit. myl-b WANTED-A good Hook and girl Sir Chamber maid. Apply Immediately at IN'J Plumst., Uona glren, to competent girlg, gnarranteed. iMM ana permanent eitoar KHT. WANTW-1IRL-Tn in general housework, A good girl ran And a pleasant linme, and Bond...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 May 1860

TIIE J)AILYPBESa ,H....HWi1l 1 [From the New Monthly Magazine.] [From the New Monthly Magazine.] THE JOYOUS ADVENT OF MAY T.Jarsaiv'ti ay WkXui'nithtr fairest rob of yoonf and 1rhnt"'mrBWkeflrmii(th will rosr M A ad ! ar anlilo la tha amda, Bad Mnto are , fiogiui by. ; ' 1 THIons, md M mmimr'i t or .ritufan'a f lowlnf Aw rustTlai on the mind of youth aa lovely as thsy'ra Hopc'priied mora then onl Up, or maiden" Wash- Aro 'Jmln?'DKk o cheer old M. and d k ' snowy brow. ( , . Kingcups bathed 1 lolden liaht, their tender Imiti And verdant plains rnirst on th. aiflit, bads of Vloltsfnnr7 In! mossy ha"-, P"1" el'uHr rlsa. And dslfs one br on. beila to show their starry ' ' ' ' : Leaves nnrsul IB ths aoontlde's warmth, nod kissed AnwornalnioforMt crowna that mock the amer And twrn"ni garland ronnd about the wasting walls At dotiV'tnV haart to memory, whon lifo'l bright . (Mr are o'er, ' Blossoms fair aa orient pearl, dorn tbe orchard And odor 'from thlr honoyad-lla. dd fnwreaco to tne nr....

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. — 2 May 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I anMl.hed dalle rnndars not excepted) by HRN11V So CO., ., . PB0PRIFT0B8. -i ; TrMMTrwi-rrmrr, ore. eoTO-tiovsS. TBW OtNOlKNATI DA I LT PP. KM U delivered to mheerihera In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cities and towns, at '' i :r 1 Mia .Ttremety low ' prim of 'skvbn cents a week. raTABl.l TO CASSISS, ' e tortihn .-finale roalee, a rente: SOe-iit.; ami.nlln.tH; I year, flj Bn. month, AMUSEMENTS. . "'iMiHri nil i 14VFW0, rlliS 15'"' 1'1"--too' "n at 7 o'clock j curtain Beoond week of the enK:utement of JIIINS CAROLIKK B1CIIING8, Tha American Prima Dnnua, and her Hither, MH. PETER KIl'HINOS. clI,'.'l'.''ii'i!?'I,',Lth''J"'wrom,l",r Operatic WrU- Till! KNCHANTKKftS. ' "w--" "i preparation, entitled ilJri- it.i ..! nJi! ,nr ? "T erenln antiii! ' " pociacniar romau TUB FNCIf ANTRK8S. ' Fltof,onue. tniTM.-llamlr, Mr. 1. Illchlnn! Tori. Iti-ecM, Mr. eritl. t iww-i fir. nan: i-ituro. ell.. K twiil.1?!" n,n'n ""nooned to occur bo ..... iiui.kik huh niu urnnilt...

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. — 2 May 1860

TlIE DAILYJPRESS. HBKRY BKKDftCO., sorron ties rnorniBToa. . WEDNESDAY MAY 11 The National Mill at Charleston. . The Irrepressible conflict has broken out virulently In the Democratic party at Charles ton; (t hai split on a sectional issue into sec tional factions, and now there it no national party. Hope for a season lias bidden the. world farewell and the freedom shritkert art laughing "dcuinibly" at the forked condition of the Democratic party. After all it scoffs at negro worship, the Democracy has Inally Iminolnted itself on the Congo altar. Ofcourss no sacrifice is too great for principle, and there must be a great principle at the bottom of this. The South demand a platform re cognising their right to the protection of their slave property in the Territories. The North ern Democracy concad that the Constitution recognizes the right of property in slaves, Mr. Douglas, in his Dorr letter, conceded that it was entitled to the same protection other property. Can the right to othe...

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. — 2 May 1860

WANTED. n.TS'TJ,".YJ7,v! Swan's Picture nailery. No. si H t Fifth. street. Kone nvl ar-r-ly v m Willi hVF rnia noeti in t lmlness. mi'2-b TV'?.?1',1?-, Ubanffcrmald and female Cook ,JT "ttlio Marilson lioiiso, Covington, Hy. None bntyiMpoh-til poisons noa.1 in.ly. " ' myg-b" ?IVA1''r'',n7So.,"'r"1 HASTK1W for sowing ma. chluo Work. Apply at No. g-A Pleasant-street. jmyii-bj YVATED-WARIIlNn-Ksmllr washing ' ..M'f U.v ""m""" P""n, who wltfri offliT c""""' AdJr"" B. r" it t by ran. th la niyn-o- :UA,""y Mr'- JO"N'" l7o wit r. ?!!: r - mrib WtAueTstfclt8WI'hl? n .onnro. of . not to excJoll 1 contnlln of room.; rent X Y . t hi. m20 D,t utli. Addruss, fur one woek, ' "..llllco. mvi-b , "TANTEI-R()OM-By single gentleman, a .stnall furnished room. Also, part of board jwila J0 taken in small private family. Addrens Jl. L. P., Ihisotnc. my2-b TfOK NAi,E-0RIJCKRY-No.'il48lth-ltro,t, with good run of custom; mnrkot three thnM w Ji can uo bought low, a the family wants to niov. to the countiy. S...

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. — 2 May 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. ...MAT a THE NECROPOLIS. The slloiit city of thssleeplni (lead Here enter with a hallwrl hrart anil read, K brine; mw werWIr '"rV"'',' r' ",r,r That kinHM t thr neiehhore hn-ath In life. Brln Ihllhor fbiwere, anil strew the narrow bed ! T.et (iHrr, rw, their holy Itiflnenre shed; To homble Tlrtno, par the tribute dne O'er maHhissTe anlnM set the Stately yew; Tii hnmen frailty aWo an honest tear, Jf,r ilMMrraro with acorn Ita lowly biorj To ehlMhood's Innocence of Mian eentire Its emblems chant, In snowy marble pur; Tn Christian erllsnca, the bero 's praise, The tablet rear, alio stately eolrnnn raise: . . That worth may read, while striiMlln " "I11' The rioter's honors of the well-fousjhl And faith may see, pointed tuit" '';."" , Ita crown there waltlwt, and Ita sins foremen I The Last Charge of Napoleon's Old Guard. Nnpoleon i "Old Guard" gained by their many desperate instances of brarery, an Im mortality in hitory, but their grand crown ing waj their desperate ch...

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