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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS XnblUbeil Krerf MorninBi (bohdats ixoims) XESNHY tTmwJO Se CO. fROP bib-tore. orrici Tura-fl.i orr. octTOB-HOom. Bit OTSUI8BATI DAILY PRESS to deliver! pubeortben In Olaolnnatl, Oovlaptoa aaf UTMBdlnt (HIM and Imtil X9xx O0Ut a WoH itruu to Tan oabbibb. Faica (T M Art Single ooplea, 3 cent! one gwaath, Oo.( thrt month, 91 llUt on year,) H AMUSEMENTS. OPKKA-UOUSB THE RURAL FESTIVAL -OF- OUlt HARVEST HOME. The public ft re retpectfully Informed that the Grand Spectacular Exhibition of OUR HARVEST HOME will commence at the Opera-home, on INIonday Kvpnln, Sept. 9, '61, "When a series of Classlo Tableaux will also be pre. Rented. Too attention of the publlo li reipectrully Inrlted to the Descriptive Programme, which will be Issued ol Saturday morning. Doon opon at 7 o'clock ; Performance commences At 8 o'clock. aii29-tf MUSICAL. ipiiaSS l n B l ll u m t n r n OF ALL PBSCRIPTIONSJ Brass and Snare Drum 3 Infantry and Cavalry Busiest In Copper and Biasa; Cocoa-wood, Ebony an...

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. — 3 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNIIY IUCKIJ Ac COhi nTTeu k9 yairairron.. Tl IttSAt -FrTKMHKrt 3 Notice. Postage stamps of the old ittue will no longer be received at this office la payment of bills, rersoni holding these stamp taould hare them exchanged at once for the new issue, as in a few days they will be H. REED & CO. Things in Kentucky. The condition of Kentucky is one that is well calculated to excite apprehension. Erery day seems to add to the probability that the two parties into which her people are divided Will be brought in violent collision with each Other. The result of a war within the State Supposing that there is to be no interference upon either side by forces from without it Is difficult to foresee, from the fact that we Lave no moans fully to estimate the state of prepnration, moral as well as material, to which the parties have arrived. One party, there is reason to believe, is prepared to fight: the question is whether the other is equally ready to begin the combat. 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. — 3 September 1861

WANTED. 4 I A1MTFO-A TRIMMKR-Or m (uslnfaat. Mrs. M. ALOOK, l JA Flfth-st. swl-c i "T A NT F I A OIRL-roraeuiall bmllf. A p. Tf air at. THO West Hlnth-st. n.3 b' T ANTED- SITU ATION-As Wet-nurse, bf tt healthy rouug women. ApplratlO Merer, latd etreet. 3-d W AUTFD-A QIBL To hil do the hnnse. work of a small family. Inquire at TO Bast Pearl it. e3-l W" AN YKI CAP-MA RRRS-To now on Mill tarp Caps. Apply to JOSKrii BUBLT, 1 JO Maln-at. n3i) .VANTRD- -A QIHLr To Itn Mnwil hnnu. ' v worn, SBW DTlllfHI 111 tha nnnntrr. fn-,,1.-- W- ANTFh-HARNKRS AND SAIID'UI-MAK. EBH -To work on Uovernment work. rJteadr frork for three months. MUJHJCH ft (to., wl-4' H Maln-st, W'" TKD-DW KLLlNO-HOUSl-Of UorM roenis. nsnt f.Kin r fton. tildrcn Boi No. y,:lJ9, Fostcfflce, eutlna the price and location. lim-b'l VA"TRD"T0 IRILI,-A young man desire t Join a rlaas for the purpose of learning tho Itifantty rlrlll, naunal of arms, 4o. Address fl,x 1,3-iO P (. ieJ.b' 'VAr"T,tD-sn'L ATI0NH-B'' irle to do v v genera...

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. — 3 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TT!VdAT.. SEPTEMBER 3 A Spanish Lady and Her Jewels. A Indy of fortune In the city of Madrid, Mrlng to some combination of circum stances, found Lei pclf in difficulties, and in Immediate want of a small sum of money. Don being her friend, and a respeot able merchant, she went to him to state her necessities, and offered him a case of ta! li able jewels as a security for her repayment, prorided he would idvance her eight hun dred dollars. He agreed, and the bargain was concluded without any written docu ment, the lady depositing her jewels and receiving the sum. At the end of a few months, her tempo rary difficulties being ended, she went to her friend's house to repay the money and . receivo back the jcwcK The man readily received the money, but declared to the astonished lady that, as to the jewels, ho had never heard of them, and that no such transaction had taken place. The senora, indignant at the merchant's treachery, instantly repaired to the palace of the Vi...

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. — 4 September 1861

A'ubHnhed lCrerr M.oraingr, I bobcats minin U rBOFRTOM. CO. Ornca tin. err. OTysTOM-wontn. whb maomaATi dailipbimi m delivered absorlberi IB uinomnati, uonartoa m rnrroandtaa eKIes end tmi, at bai-abui Torn sabbibb. , - iPatca at MAti. single copies, 3 ceoui on "wnth, rtOc.l three months, ftl 4.1 1 on w, ). J1E DATLY PRESS AMUSEMENTS. plKB'8 O P K It A-1IOU8K THE RURAL FESTIVAL -OF- - POUR HARVEST HOME. The public are rMpactfully Informed that the Orsnd Spectacular Exhibition of OCR HABVEST 110MS will commenct at the Opera home, oa MondayKreninK, Sept. 3, 'CI, When a series of Olasaio Tableaux will also be pro. tented. The atteutlon of the publlo It respectfully invited to tin- Descriptive Programme, which will I f Ismcd od Saturday morning. Doors opon at 7 o'clock ; Performance commences .it o'clock. n?9.tf MUSICAL. TJ R A 8 S INWTRUMKNTS, OF Alt DESCRIPTIONS; Brass and Snare Drums Infantry and Cavalry Bugles, In Copper and Btass; Yocoa-wood, Ebony and Maple-wood FXFBB. For sale, W...

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. — 4 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HIE IN It Y RKKD As CO, bottom A raoraiaroaa. WKPNIXDiV. .hKPTK.miKU 4 Tbi election of R. H. Bnckner to the oflica of Speaker of tha House of RopreaenUUrea of Kentucky indicates the Unionism of that body. Mr. Buckner it a lawyer of eminence, a gentleman, and an out-and out Union man. . Tin report of the death of the President of the Confederacy, received by the telegraph, is probably entitled to no credit. It grew out of the fact that Mr. Davig was reported to be ill, with the additional fact that some body saw, or thought he saw, the flag of a Secession camp at half mast. This, together with the fact that cessation items are al ways in demand, furnishes suflicient ground for the story. We shall probably hear in a day or two, by way of a dispatch copied from a Memphis newspaper, that the report was received with great rejoicings through out the North. A Newspaper Reformed. The Courier dcs Eta's Unis his been forced into a change of baud?, a nil a change, of courfe, ...

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. — 4 September 1861

WANTED. ANTRR-A 00"I BliArKMITH-AtlT nmiedlateiv ai w. aa TRIM MKB Or a Mm. M. A LOOK, rinh-M. . v Bird. jn. I' T ply at SH0 WrtBlnlh-t Ueifltaat. enl.c A1STFO-A OIBL For a small family. A p. V.I V ' V . t .afrn.lHmnlATII l' malieis. APPlf to B. 8. 110WCLL, 84 and ffl Hank-st. I.T A fow We:on- and -h VaraTRf-At 4S Kllrabeth st , two Heeond .IT Batters and one Machine Ilaud to work on AnH. , 'in BIT KI-SITUATION -As Wet-nurse, bra !T iiPHliliy young woman. Apply at 70 McFar- id street, wmi-u .WTANTftD-A OIBL To help do tbe hnnsa. ft work of a tmall family. Inquire at TO Cut rl-st. e:i-b -CAP-M AKKRA To ew on Mili tary Cups. Apply to JOSBPH BUELT, I iO lain-et. a3-U GIRL To do general house- the country. muutre Irmediately at No. 381 Ueorge-tt. aull-d kmrANTFif- f v t 17 ANTI-Il-A WW work, a fow mlh' In VANTRD-TO DHl!(t()18T3-Bltuatlon, by a rv ;oung man, as clerk In a wholesale or retail First-class refrrer.ces na to qualinca Address DBUOOIST, this office. sel-b fmigstere ffiors, etc...

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. — 4 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WBPNEVBAY ftRPTRMBBtl 4 HOW I COURTED THE WIDOW. BY N. P., DARLING. I find It quit common for gentlemon of & certain age, (unmnrried, of course,) to give to the world, through the columns of our periodicals, an account supposed to be true of the manner in whioii they were first submerged in the element called love. How the objects of their passions did not feel any reciprocal twinges in the region of their henrt-Btrings ; how they the gentle men tore their hair and raved, all to no purpose; and how, at last, they settled down into a very comfortable old "bach," fully confirmed in the sage opinion that woman was not to be looked upon except by cer tain favored portions of mankind. Well, dear reader, I wasn't used In any such unkind manner by the charming widow Urown. 1 courted and married her; and, after having sailed five years in the ocean of matrimony, I enn't say that 1 have any fault to find with the dear, sweet creature called woman. I was thirty-five when ...

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. — 5 September 1861

r P THE DAILY 1'ilKSS labllUed Krerr Mornlnst, . , (MOBDATS BXOSJTBB) KNRY HKIBD c GO. FBOPBHTOBB. rain vtb-p-st., orr. mrn-aorta. XB (71 HOIS B ATI DAILY FBRSB It delivers. subscribers la Olnolnnatl, Covlnrtoa a.4 sarroundlng cities and tnm at Fbx Oenta ea, WeI& fATABU TO TUB fJABBIIB. Fbktb at Mail Bind copies, 3 cental on Muwth, (We.) three months, HI tl.1i onsver,4!t AMUSEMENTS. V If ft plKS'B O P K It A-HUVSB. THE RURAL FESTIVAL -OF- OUR HARVEST HOME. The public an rer-pectfully informed that tha lrand Ppec'.atular Exhibition of OUR HARVEST HOME will commence at the Opera honc, on Monday TCvenlriK, Sept. 2, 'Ol, nen a series of Classic Tableaux will also be pre. s utcd. The attention of the pnbllo la rotpecUully invited to the Descriptive Programme, which will lie issued on Saturday morning. Doom open at 7 o'clock ; Performance commences , 8 o'clock. n29-tf MUSICAL. v. . JJKA8S INWTRUHfENTH, OP all descriptions; Brass and Enare Drams Infantry and Cavalry Bugles, In Copper a...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 September 1861

THE DAILY PEESS. HKNIIY RUED Sc CO, nrrett Aire nornmifc TIiSM RUAV , On our first nd fourth pages thil morning will be found more thn the usnat amount of interesting ncw matter. The Weekly Press. For this week il puMisbed tbil morning, containing all tbe latest news up to the hour of going to press. The present number is one of more than usual interest, containing correspondence from different points, with accurate accounts of the various public demonstrations in this vicinity during the past week. The Wkkly Prkss, as a family newspaper, is not excelled by any in the country, being independent on all subjects, and neutral in nothing ; and tbe low price of its publication places it within tbe reach of all. ' Reported Repudiation of General Fremont's Proclamation The telegraph informs us that the Presi dent has sent dispatches to the Union mem bers of tbe Kentucky Legislature, repudiat ing the proclamation of General Fremont. Tbe report, if it were perfectly reliable, would create so...

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. — 5 September 1861

WANTED. 'IV-ANTKO-A 00I RLACKKMlTH-ApBlr WW Imrncrliatsirataj'AEaat rntli-at. e4-M t" IVATFO-A TMMMKR-Or aa assistant. " WW Mn. M. AIjOOK, rinh-at. wl.o WANTBl-BXOOND-H ANO 8 AN D- PA. IIT Must be In Hood order. Apply at tin Wst ' Elma-st. m-b 5 VirWTRn-rA GOOD GIBti-Torlo mnorat WW hnnsework. Apply t 133 West fourth St., y er-rnnfl doer from Baca. axil t' aar ANTRO IMMKOI ATELY A taw Won- makers. Apply to B. 8. UOWKliL, St and 8 8 Fan St. sct-h tkrANTRls-Al 45 Bllaalieth St.. two Second v W Bastnra and one Mecliiae Hand to work on l'l- 1Mb - V ANTFD- SITUATtON-As Wet-nnrsi., br WW healthy young woman. Apply t 70 AtcFar etd street. geS.d WANTED-A OIBLTo da general honw work, ft row miles In the country. Inquire Irr mediately ftt No. 381 Georaa-st. eii3l-rt WANTE0 HITOATION-Hya yonng woman, to du general housework. No oL,..c:'.cti to the country. Cull at Ko. 4iil Oeorge-st., ei'ier of llajmlller. s5-h WANTKH-T0 DRl'OOIHTS-Sltuatlon, by a young man, aa clerk In a wholesale or retail 4...

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. — 5 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TBVRHDAY , .... SEPTEMBER Tba National Loaa-Aaprnl the People ( the lulled Plate -Important Dora, meal front th Ber rotary of the Treaaury- The follow id patriotic appeal for the Na tional Loan has just been issued by Secretary Chose: Your National Government, compelled by a guilty conspiracy, culminating in a cause lesi insurrection, ia engaged in a war "for the security and liberty, for the Bnpremacy of tbe lawt for the defense of the Union, and for the maintenance of popular institutions. For tbe means to defray the necessary ex penses of this war, your Congress has di rected that an appeal be made to you by opening a subscription to a national loan of $150,000,000. Already the enlightened and Satriotic capitalists of the ereat cities of ew York, TbiladelpLia and Boston have manifested their clear sens, both of duty and interest, by a subscription of $50,000, 000. Congress, nnder which this subscrip tion was received, wisely provided, however, that the advantages...

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. — 6 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Xnljllld lCvurw Iornlnar, (KORDAV IX0IR1BI , HISNIlV TtTiuHJlJ As CO. ,,.;;. FBOPBIBTOBB. , OTTICi TIKI-R.i OTT, OVirOH-BOVil. tHl OIVUIDVATI DAILY PBESI to delivered Mbsmrtbtr la Cincinnati, Oovlnrton and snrrnnndtug ltie end. town. Teu Oenta a WoeU fATAILI TO VI Ollklll. Fates n M Art Single copies, 3 cental on lavnth, 50c. three month, SI Jft on year, .! AMUSEMENTS. JB IKE'S O P K K A-IIOUSU. THE RURAL FESTIVAL -OF- OUlUIAliVEST HOME. The public are respectfully Informed that the 3rrd Spectaco'ar Kihibhton of OCR HARVEST HUME will commence at the Opera home, on MondByErenlnK, Bept. S, 'Ol, When a series of Classic Tableaux will ftlso be pre sented. The attention of the ptibllo U roipectfnlly Invited to the Descriptive Programme, which will be lamed on Saturday morning. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Performance commence at o'clock. au?9-tf MUSICAL. TJEA88 INSTRUMENTS, or all DBscnipTiosa; Brass and Snare Drams Infantry and Cavalry Baft-leu, In Copper and Brass 1 Cocoa-...

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. — 6 September 1861

TIIE DAILY PRESS. HICNItY nEKD So CO., bbikmi An noratnoM. FRIDAY.. . MBPTKMBBR 6 Governor Mageffin's Message. ' Tbe thing calculated first to strike the reader of Ooreroor Magoffin's Message is the manifest difference in its tone from that of bis last address to the Legislature. lie does not, in this, declare tbe Union dissolved, the CoDs'itution violated and annulled, and the State 'of Kentucky absolved from her obligations to tbe national polity as be made haste to do in the other. While be labored to establish for Kentucky the right to hold a neutral position in the contest now going on between the General Gorernment and its rebellious subjects, the style and mode ot ar gument is that of a man laboring to defend himself, t'nder the circumstance, what he frjs is not of so much sign! Sconce as the manner in which he says it. In the latter it is easy to discover that, in tbe estimation of Governor Magoffin, an active alliance with the Confederacy is not as desirable for Ken tucky a...

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. — 6 September 1861

WANTED. wavth," "Tom balm," "won must," l OST," - FOUND," BOABDWO," ese. J. tmtUm w mtl" IAes ktwUnf, not eaioee. K0 m Mm minUUumUt MntMni WANTS O0ABRIA0R-TBIMMBB8-A1 to I. A B. DBUUK, corner of Kim and I ond sta. """1 rly 11TANTKH H 110 KM AM R KB To work ww iM'ffircd heel and sor no- bate. Anelv Walmtt Utile. la-b GltollOl HTRIRbKY. WANTED-B? flrat-claae Mi nt and PmUt Gook, a situation In a hotel or .ubllo bonne of btialneaa. Address T. R., this office, eeft-b WAMTFD-Tnn or flftren era. immedlatelv, at O'J. Bli havk Bridge. Isefl J. ' rood Ilarneas.mak- Oentral av., near M VANTFD-BKCOND-II AND HAND-'lAIlT- v Must bo in good order Apply at S West glxih-t. St-r. D 1VANTED-A GOOD GIRI.-To do general V housework Apply at 133 West Fourth it., flooofld door from Bare. 9 b VT APlTtH- BITCATION-An Wet-nure, by a vv heal) by young woman. Apply at TO McFar. lard street. aed-a rANTSD-A 01 BL To do general home. V wirk.n few miles la the country. Inquire Immediately at No. :S1 Qeorge-at. au3...

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. — 6 September 1861

THE DAILY TRESS. FRIDAY .-.,..,.,..-,:..... HEPTE.MBKR 8 BREAK THE NEWS GENTLY. BY MATTIE DARLING. N tire, mr darting, look np Id the skies, WW Ihe stars peep through the blue; Po Ton fniomlter the gentle surmise, Alenewhen flmt looked lore in youreyet, If w mere tender and true, Ttit when our life on Dili earth thnuM be rlrtn We might still hope for etch other Id ilesren? Do yon remember one day. Ton were ill, And 1 Mood clcse by your bed, While every el eh tent a saddening thrill. But my heart hushed Itself hushtd itself itlll, Listening to yru, v, hlle you said. "If I die early, dear love, I will wait, Watchtug lor you at the heareuly gatel" Now yon are better, dear wife, anl our fate Makts lis cling closer through But should 1 die, Nellie ar, could you wait Patient, believing me itill at the gate, Watching for rnn, little wile? Nellie, look rtendlly up in the Mue, While 1 am breaking seuie tidings to you. Darling, nnr nation has need of the krave, f Riiut to forth in ber can, Ki...

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. — 7 September 1861

A'ubliehed JKirery Morning. ;,a- i' 11 Hi UALLiX i'l.tttta - ...;--. I , rBOFBIETOBS. strict ynrs-eT., orr. ovwrom novn. UI OTBTCIBBATI TtAlLYPBlWSt! delivered subscribers la Clnolnnetl, Uovlarto. and rarronndlng cities and towns, sa. Oesja-taa t vv oeli TATim.. TO TW! 0A.1III, Fates t M in Single copies, 3 cental on. jolh, (VOc three months,! one year, 4J AMUSEMENTS. at I, ,J IRE'S OPERA-HOUSE She rural festival -or- t)U11 HARVEST HOME. The snbllc are respectfully informed that th. 'Orend Spectacular Exhibition of t)DB HABVEST BOMK will commence at the Opera home, on Mondiv Rtpnlnir. Hent. S3. 'Ol. W hen a series of Olasslo Tableaux will Iso be pro- ecnted. The attention of the pnbllo U reipect fully J invited to the Dereriptlve Programme, which will , te Isined on Saturday morning. Doore open at 7 o'clock ; Performance commence! at o'clock. an2S-tf EDUCATIONAL. lltn ' ST. X AVI EH COLLEGE, it Sycamore-it., bet, Sixth and BoTenth, OinciDnati, 0. irrnE classes will bb tntsmiRO Y Ion...

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. — 7 September 1861

JTAILY PEESS. gpiTOM tin raoramroaa. DAT. .FI'TK!WBEK ii news by telegraph from Paducab. ia teresting. General Fremont Appeari to be exhibiting in action tbe vigor .which . he foreshadowed in hi proclamation. What will Governor Magoffin say? Oua Washington correipondence in tc dj' Prsss la from the pen of a gentleman who baa th best of meant to Inform himself cf the truth in respect to what he states. The information which he gives is therefore perfectly reliable. It looks aa if there were to be stirring events soon at Washington. It is evident that the rebel leaders feel that the necessity to chooee between an advance and a retreat will sptediiy become imperative. They can not aflord to pass much more time in inac tion. The demonstrations upon tbo South ern const, and the preparations being made for active operations in their rear, will com pel them to elect between a boM stroke at the ceiitre of tbe Federal power, and a retro grade movement in defeu?e of their own hemes at d terri...

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. — 7 September 1861

WANTED. WdfTS," "Ton RALM," "TOM BEST," I 5frT," "FOUND," BOAHDWQ," H.-AA. ftrtuxmtm comas xAer lass Assay, wA mvmt. il An line,, will Inserts Suit for '4S mm. rlTunni RI. To onolr. vuh and Iron. k v Apply at ill 4 Madison-st., between Saratoga, II East, row, Newport, Ky. so7-lr VAKTCI)-A Olrl wha iinrtorstanils basting TV tor machine. Applr at 149 Smith St.. hot. Mirth and film. ItXAtNTFn Twrlve oo tinners, J V mediately at 33 gentral-av, 7-u' se7b Apply im- J. HTTOHELT,. 7 AlSTKIf-Oooa (look fir kv Mii't understand msklnapostrv ff Vlr st , two doore above Fifth. dlulnff saloon. inquire at ser-D- T AKTBI' UA MKI AUK-TRIM .Yf K US -Apply v to I. a D. iiKuuiw. corner oi Kim ana bx. 1 StS. soe-h JTATKO-8HOEMAMH18-To work on I twL'ift-d heel and spring bate Apply on hlnlli 1I I le. iwfi.ti') IIKUHOB BTTtlBLKT. yANTEI-By a first-class Meat and Paetry Conk, a situation In a hotel or publto hons bmini'M. Address T. B , this office, seab U AfcTKD Ton or flftt-en frond Harnpas-insk- ilw oth...

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. — 7 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. SATIHDAY...- A Rollicking Dragoon. to the Tawnce Villages. In tho Fall three companies, under the command of Colonel Kearney, came to the les Moines Rapids, on the Mississippi, and wintered there in some log huts. There was a captain u., a Terr tall man, six feet seven inches, (just three inches over me, and I think I am " some,") with very large black whiskers, a fine looking man 1 wonder what has become of him ? I heard that he had resigned, and settled somewhere in Iowa; he must be in Congress before this time. The Captain used to boast that he could pack a gallon without its setting him back any. Some time during the Winter of 'H or'3-3, Colonel Kearney ordered Captain B. to repair to Rushvillo, Illinois, distant some sixty miles, on recruting service. The river was closed with ice, but had the appearance of break ing up every day. There was no ferry for conveying horses at Dei Moines, but there was one ten miles above, where a man by the name of Knapp kept a sm...

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