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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 September 1861

X (HOffDATl UOSITlD) IT JiBMItY TtMKlIl Ac CO. . fEOPBlETOBS. rnira vrjti-a. or?. ctrrroa-iioosn. CHS OIBTOiaBATI DAILY PBBSS A delivered enbeoTibers la Cincinnati, Covington aa ; surrcndlng oltlM ul lnM.it T6:rx Oot ( Weolt j ravina to van oAaaiia. ' Pate ai MArn Slngls copies, 3 oanlai on gejnth, BOO. thro month!, At 31 1 on year,).? THE DAILY PRESS l'ttMUhod Krerf Morning, AMUSEMENTS. J I K. K e) O V K R A-IIOUSK. THE RURAL FESTIVAL -or- OUR HARVEST HOME. The public are refpsctfnlly Informed that the Grand Spectacular Exhibition of OTJB HARVEST HOME will commence at the Opera-home, on Monday Evening, Sept. S, 'Ol, When a series of Classlo Tableaux will alio be pre. Ben tod. The attention of the publlo ia reipectfullf Invited to the Descriptive Programme, which will lie leaned on Satnrday morning. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Performance iiommeneea t 8 o'clock. au2-tf MUSICAL. i I.if JB1.OKI01I8 BANNER LAND I .--T.XXiT nn .ni wo'oBBbyMM' MABT rABBILLVVujvr.I Mimic by OnABLEWABBKN,ra....

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. — 8 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNKY lilCKD 6c CO oitom Awn paoraiiroaf. PVNPAT..... " HPTEWBBtt 8 Wi bar recelfed a communication from N. Smith Bojnton, with request to publish; bnt M the author, in ft former letter took paina to let ut know that he was neither a tubgcriber to not a, reader of the Pbkss knowing what it contain! only by hearsay wb think we bare been worth quite as mnch to him as be is to us, and decline farther transactions. Union Feeling in Kentucky. A dispatch received at Lexington, jester day, containing the Intelligence that the col umn of General Banks upon the Potomac bad been defeated and annihilated by the wing of tbe Confederate army under General Johnston, had the effect to produce the most decided demonstrations. The whole population of the city, to appearance, went into a state of the wildest enthusiasm. They turned out into the streets, and the air was rent with hurras for Jeff. Davis and the Confederacy; with mention of the "North era 'Abolitionists," neither pious ...

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. — 8 September 1861

WANTED. WAHTH," rOH BALK," "TOM MM ST," OST." "FOUND," JJ OABDINO," .-At- Mi KmmiiH torn muitr Ik hmdinptul mm4 In Hm Muss, sKTI w In-rUt tuiosae tftt asms. -TINNBBS AND BHUtT-IBON VUBHkBK-AsplTtoBJCDWAItllURTOM. J7 ffwt ritth-at. 8-b ANTBI-Q1RL-Ta do hnusswork la a small family, at No. 40 Dajton-st, German preferred. seS-b xi ta ' T F I) A GIRO American, German, or T English, to BurM, at LIPMAN'B, 88 ast Tomtit at. liberal wmn and ft if.au situation. sea WAPiTED-GIRL To eoofc, wash anrt iron. Arr'r at '11 1 Madlson-.t., bet-son Saratoga TAWTKn-A Girl who tinderstamls batting ? for a machine. Apply at 119 Smlth-st., bet. fourth and f lfth. '''' WWTANTKD Twelve good tinners, Apply tm- mediately at 4J3 venirai-a. ,7.b J. H1T0HELL, T ANTED -Good Cook for dining tnloon. 1 7 Vln.nt., two doora above Fifth. WW M,i.t niwtortnnii making m atry. Inquire at ee7-n WANTKD-Tm or fifteen Rood Ilarneaa-mak- v era, immediately, at Mohawk Bridge. Iae6.f itr. at 9- Central av., near 6-f) J. VOMUEKIIK...

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. — 8 September 1861

THE DAILY PIIESS. ! rH'NDAY., ..HBPTKMdCR 8 THE COMING MAN. BY S. SILSBEE. Bis, T "MT waiting freemen, Armrcur squadrons for the flghti For ef last the wiird is Bsnfceo. that shall mak yonr quarrel right. Shrmt th battle ory of trndon, Bound the "long roll of the dram," for the moment and the hero T wen praying lor here com. Knt a fawning politician; Not as party-servlne knave: But be oumee indorsed of Heaven, Fitting leader of th brave. Ton mar hear him In the council ; Yon may eee him in the ramp, vVber hie manly step re-echoes, but an army i heavy tramp. List hie footsteps swirtly gliding, Unrk hie voiie neon the blast) Bte h's features dimly ahluing, Through the shadows of the past. Hear the muttered tones or millions, Wailing millions under ban, Hieing up tn joy to Heaven, As tbej hail ''the ooming nan." Then awake y e slimberlng Northmen, Join the hero's battle cry : TiB for liberty and L'nlon, And no cursed legal lie. It proclaim to kneeling nations, What cur fathers' sought ...

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. — 9 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS X'abliahed HJrery Morning, . . l0BiT X0IPT1 r ECJCN.ITY JIM MO Ac CO. fBOl'ttlBTOBfl. orriea vnn-sT,, orr. ormom-movn. HC CinOIWHATI DAILY PBal to deliver nbMribm In Cincinnati, Oovlnrton lit turrowndlm altlM and lew, at Texi Oenta , Wooli. patuli nni oABaiia. Pun it MAnv Blnile copies, 3 nt on Konth, BOc.t thre month., SI 'JH oneyr, 11 AMUSEMENTS. 1IHK8 O P B It A II O U S K i THE RURAL FESTIVAL -OF- OUR HARVEST HOME. Th publio are respectfully Informed that the flrard Bpctatu!ar Exhibition of OUR HARVEST HOME will eonimonc at Die Opera home, od Monday Kvening, Sept. , '61, When a series of Olaulo Tableaux will also be pre. Mnted. The attention of (he publlo la reipectrullr InTlted to the Descriptive Programme, which will lie lamed on Saturday morning. Doon open at 7 o'clock ; Ferformano commences at 8 o'clock. au29-tf MUSICAL. Tf All., GLORIOUS BANNER OP OTJIt J t LSNDI . - - ----- Words by Mas. MARY TABBELIWMUSHl MOORE. TLiTlkil MuelcbyCHARl'WABrtTN,T?'i "" ' Dedi...

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. — 9 September 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. HENBY ItKKD Sc CO, nmil un nomnoHi PIODAY "PPTKMBEK9 Wi bar receired communication from N. Smith Boynton, with ft request to publish; iut as the author, In a former letter took pains to let lis know that he was neither a Bubsciiber to nor reader of the raiss knowing what it contains only by hearsay We think we hare been worth quite as much to bira as he is to as, and decline further transactions. Union Feeling in Kentucky. A dispatch received at Lexington, yester day, containing the intelligence that the col umn of General Banks upon the Potomac bad been defeated and annihilated by the wing of the Confederate army under General Johnston, had the effect to produce the moat decided demonstrations. The whole population of the city, to appearance, went into a state of the wildest enthusiasm. They turned out into the street?, and the nir was lent with hurras for Jeff. Davis and the Confederacy; with mention of the "North em Abolitionists," neither pious nor com plimentar...

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. — 9 September 1861

WANTED. f W4HTK," -rOB BALK," "WOB BMHT," I OBT," TOVND," B0ABD1N0," eta. A1. VtrtUtmmk torn tmdtr Oimt Itadinf, net savHMaV in, m Horn, wl btimtrU hrtmfm 99 mK, aw.TANTP.n-TINNItS AND 8HltET-IBO V W0BKKR8 Apply to BEDWAI BURTON, ir West FUtli-wt. saa-b mirlKTHll-aiRL-Ta housework la a TV .tnall family, It No, 40 Dayton-at. Ur-rman ae.b preferred . English, to nurse, st LIPMAN'B, 3M Kut fourth it. Liberal warm and a steady situation. I see u-j WAKTKD-OI Bb To cool, wiuh end Iron. Apply at ai l Madlon-at., between Saratoga rd East-row, Newport, Ky. tul-b ho understands basting v tor a marniua. Fourth and Fifth. Apply at 149 Bmlthst., bet. ae7b WVAPiTEIi Twelve good timers Arply im T V mediately at 4:13 Central av. ,7.b J. HITOHELI. WANTED -Good Cook for a dining mloon. Mu.t understand making pastry. Inquire at 197 Ttne-at., twodoora above Fifth. Se7b WANTED -Ten or fifteen pood Harness-mak. eta. Immediately, at fl'Jtt Central av., near Mohawk Bridge le6 I' J. VOMIfcUHKIUK. V ANT B D ...

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. — 9 September 1861

THE DAILY PllESS. MONDAY THE COMING MAN. BY S. SILSBEE. Blsa, y weary waiting freemen. Arm vim ronadrons for the fight, For at lest the word is seokea That shall make your qnariel right, . Phrnit Ih battle cry of treedom, Bound th "loin roll of lbs dram," For the rm men t end the hero X vera pray lot lor -hare com. Mot ta fawning pollllolan ; Not aa party-serving knave : But ha rcmes Indorsed 01 HaTeDv Fitting loader of the brave. Yon nay hear him In the council ; Yon may ace htm tn the camp, Whf re hia manly stop re-echoed Hut an army 'a heavy tramp, Lint hie footstep swiftly (Midler, Hark Ma voii e upon the blast, Pre hie fraturts dimly shining. Through iheahadbwaof the put. Hear the muttered tones of millions, Wailing millions under ban, Blfting up in joy to Heaven, As the hall ''the corning man." Then awake ye alwmberlng Northmen, Join the hero's battle eiy : . Tis for liberty and I'niou, And no cursed legal lie. It proclaims to kneeling nations, hat cur fathers' sought of yore ...

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. — 10 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS J.bllhid Ktit rMominir, (toman aoarrs) v-- KNttY HKBO So OOi rilUFRICTUBa. , Orrica-vmi-rr., opr. otnoa-Bovfi. fHB OIKOIRBATI DAILT PBIBi At SettveraS rabsorlbers In Ulnolnnatl, Oovlnrtoa ens, arromidtaf ettles ui towns, at ' X'sx - Oenl a. TrVoels. r tATASUl ni OAllIt. Pud ti MAre Single coplai, 3 nti out eonth, SOo.l three months, fjl "J one mar, ft-l AMUSEMENTS. I JlIKB'D O P K R A'UOUIEi rCSiriVILT THE LAST TBBBB N1GHT8 or TH MA0MFICK5T BPBCTACUIiAB EXHIBITION, INTITLHD Tho Festival of Oar Ilarvost Homo, ON MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY KVBN1NUS, SEPT. 9, 10 and 11, Introducing the sports and pastimes at the penpt or Morrie England, inoludlng tna Huml and Io mestio Recrtatloni, May Oaidpi, Mummeries, (hoi, Precessions, Paguants and Pompous Bpoo. terlae, etc. An entire chant of programme, with At hun dred children mmnl In the exhibition. New mil air. n., snugi and new dance : nr'W marches and INEW TABLEAUX Bin beautiful Coryphees hay ten eiigagd, and will execute ...

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. — 10 September 1861

THE DAILY PltESS. anno & raoraiiroaa. TI KHDAY PEPTafM DBR 10 On our fourth page tliia morning will be found a large amount of interesting new) master, including tlie letter of our Haytian correspondent, "Gipsy." A Bootoh Regiment from New York has, since the commencement ot its term of serr ice, if the religious journals are to b be lieved, enjoyed two mutinees, and two re vivals of religion. Dan Kick has got np a sensation about the seizure of his menagerie by General Pillow. The case is like the law suit of the kettle: first, Dan Bice has no menagerie; and, sec ond, his show is traveling in Wisconsin. "Ws have no authentic information of Jeff. DaviB's death," Bays the telegraph, in a tone of innocence and simplicity, which marks it as one of the most confiding and unsophisticated of all human invention!!. Govirnob Ccrtih is on a visit to the Pennsylvania regiments at Washington to present flags ordered by the Legislature. There ought to be some presented to the regiments that...

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. — 10 September 1861

WANTED. want," "ron balm," "roa mmnt," JfiT," TOVSD," BOAKDWO," H.-A-tcrk-mnk mMh mutrn IAa AeoAmn), net in 4m Khm, a UmU twins or , IVANTItn-A (HXin PIMNO-K00M 01 Rb TT Apply at the Madison House, Covington, KfnMiolr aln-b VwrANTF.D-RNAKF,B-Any person having any live anake can Ind a purchaser by applying t t'iH West Third lit. imo-h VANTF.I Flf'y Harness-makers wanted Im v v : mediately. A poll to J. 8. WEATHEHHY'li. Jr. V5J0 Main-street, snto-fl "VANTBIi-TwMitr-flTe Cap-makere. lnq.ulr TT it ll'j Maln-atreet, in the Cap Btor. MlO-bJ WANTED-TINNSBB AND SHEET-IKON WORK ERH Apply to BEDWAY A BURTON, 17 Want fifth -t. aa.b M.MT ANTRD-GIRL-T do homework la ft WW mail family, at No. 40 Dayton-at. Verm an a) b preferred. 1,V'I,TI"-8IT,:ATl0NB!r nldll-d V v woman, as cook In a boarding-house or pri vate family. Bhe understand her builnese thor oughly. Addreis L., thlsofflce. aelO-b mVANTKn-A BITUATION-To cook and do vv chamberwork. Good reference given. Ap ply at south-east corner of John...

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. — 10 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TCKHOAY- .fsEPTBMBBtt 1 [Written for the Daily Press.] [Written for the Daily Press.] EUGIE. BY BOHEMIA. Oh, know ye a maiden. A yean, winsome maiden. Who com" from lh land of wit, women and wine, Where art In a pseslou, Love only fashion, And coquetry worshipped m sonsthlnf divine. , Thil gay l'ltile beanty, ' Bnt thinks It her, inly, To fascinate vhum end wheraverah.e can l Attracting and teasing, Hepslltng. yet plea.lng, To vrile, and bewilder, and captivate man. She'! happy and pretty She's lively ami witty j ller air i bewitching, her form U divine Her charming piquancy Kntrances the fancy; The woman and seraph eo sweetly combine. Her ringlets are tunny; Her accents like honey ; Her eyes are serenely, ineffably bine ; Her brow Is a study : Iter line ripe end mady ; Her tseth are like pearls, amid roses and dsw. Her smile Is the brightest, tier step is the lightest; Ho fairy more graceful, no llonrl so fair ; Her presence libs flowers, Perfuming Ikvas towers; He...

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. — 11 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS . X'nbllebed Krerr Morning, moiavs uointnj T 1SNTIY HW21CIJ Se CO. rBOPBHTOM. oirin Tim-iT.i oft, OTSTOM-Motwn. SB! CtPtTWATl DItrPHKl to dHrro nlMarlMn In Oinolnntl, Oovlnr to ana nrrnnndlcg eltle ui towns, at Oenta a Week PATAU. TO THS 011. Fare) T MAtt find conies, 3 ent on Month, AOc.i thro months, 91 'ill on roar, ei AMUSEMENTS. J I K K 8 O P K It A-HOUSE, POBITIVELT TUB LAST TUBES NI0HT3 OT TBK MAGKIKIUENT 8PUCTACCLAB EXHIBITION, tSTITLID The Festival of Our Harvest Home, ON MONDAY, TCKSDAY AND WEDNK3DAT KVF.MKGS, SEPT. , 10 and II, IntroOwcmi na the iports and pastimes of the people a. inclulin. the Burnl and Po. of Dlerrio Engl Kerreations, May Games, Mnmmeriee, tthows, lrcci'ssione, Pageant and Pompous bpeo- tclee, etc. An entire rharift. of prcramm, with Ave hnn. drad children ouitaiied in the exhibition. Natt mil sir, Boiias and new dnucas ; new marches and r-FW TABLEAUX tlx beautiful Coryphees bav l-een euga.ivl, and will execute series of harac. t'Tistic...

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. — 11 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ! UENBY UCBD Ac CO, crroat raorntirons. WIDNUpDAV-. . .HtPTKMBBH 11 Great Britain and France—Will They Interfere? terfrr. f Will Great Britain interfere by fore, la the war now going on la the United States? Wbj- will Great Britain and France inter fere? England and also France needs cotton. England has fire millions of her population engaged In the cotton manufacture; France, perhaps, half aj many. These people must either live on the wages of labor, be sup ported by the Government, or starve. The vast mercantile marine vhlch the trade in taw and manufactured cotton directly or in directly keeps In service must suspend iU operations the capital invested cease to be productive, and the seamen go unemployed. The Interest ii a rast one, and the question momentous. This is the reason why Great Britain should Interfere in favor of the South, to put an end to the blockade. Likewise France. But per eotttra. Great Britain is the great Abolition coun try of the world, tier ...

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. — 11 September 1861

WANTED. waktu," "ron bam," "ron masT," f l DBT.- FOUND," BOAHDIRO,- tt.-AeU tm Hi aw tmdtr ft IwUdaMmMi lay toe MM V4U faawtW ltn.br 'J 9 MMl. WANTED A OIBb-A Oermaa girl, to do general housework. J 76 Weet tlgMli-at. 1 rotas tant Apr at aeli-b WANTBD-A Bl'OOY 8hinia-tn light, w r good aecond-hand, at war price. Address or call at !iS4 t-yaamore-at. oll-b WANTEO-A OlM'D MN1NJ-K00M OIRL Apply at tne nadisoa Kentucky. liouai, Uovlngton, lo-n- WANTEDSNA Kits -Any person having any lire make caa tod a parcbaaer by applying t 'J'iM Wt Third t. hiH' WANTED Fifty Harnen-tnekcr wanted lm medlntely. Apply to J. 8. WSATUKKBT'S, Jr., '.I0 laln-atiee. seio-d' WANTFD- Twenty-ova flap-makers. Iuquira at 114 Mala-itreet, In the (Jap Stora. VOVNO LADV-To attend a Dacnerrclan Gallery. HtMt hare mmo knowledge of the business. One who speaka 0--r-InaD preferred. Addree Rl , Press Offloe eell-b AlTATRII-A WANTED SITUATION To eouk, wash and iron In a respectable famllr. Arply at 10 Wert Fifth at., betwe...

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. — 11 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WBDNtKVAT. ..HEPTKMBBK.lt A Setto Between a Major-General and a Wagoner. The following anecdote ia highly char&o tevislio of the period of our history In whioh it occurred, sod of the persons to ichora It relate : Captain Crftwford,of Virginia the aamo vrlio afterward, under the name of Colonel Crawford, was taken prisoner, inhumanly tortured, and murdered by the Indian wn marching a company from the frontiers of bia own State to the Ohio River. The oc casion 1r not exactly known; it might hare been during Braddock a expedition in 1734, or in some ot the expeditions previous to Jlmiiiiore s war, which occurred in 1774. From the ages of the partios, we rather in cline to the former dnte. Crawford's men were, of course, huntors and farmers from the outskirts of the Virginia settlements most pn.bahly young, daring, hardy volun teers, of the same cine? us tne pioneers who Shortly after that period ovit-van the f ireMs of Kentucky; and he himself was a hold, enterpri...

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. — 12 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Published Ulrerr Morning, (odt xo.rrt) . -T HENBY-HKBD. 6c OO. PB0PBIKJ0B8. ovrica Tim-rr.i oft. oTtroa-Bsinra. THE UinCIBBATI VAILY FVK8I H d.Hv.r.. tabMrlbm In Olaclnaatl, Uovtartoa BBS snrronndln eitle n kiai. Ten Oenta v "7'ol. PAI.BI.B TOfMl UWII. Plica by Mail Stall covin, 3 mt on hmtb, 50c. thre month, ft I 'Jilt on year, SI AMUSEMENTS. jp I It B S O P K K A" H OU 8 E , PCSITITILT THK LAST THBKI NIGHTS - 'or TBI MAQHIFICINT SFKCtACULAB EXHIBITION, ENTITI.ID The Festival of Oar Harvest Homo, ON MONDAY, TTJISDAT AND WKDSEdDAY. VKJUHOS, BBPT. IP, 10 and II, Ii,trodncln the snorts and pastime of the poole of Merile England, including th Kurnl ml Do meAtto Pecrratton., May Gkidm. IHnmmeriea, howa, Precessions, Pageant aud Pompous bpec tacles, etc. An entire Chang of programme, with At hun dred cbiMrn engaged lu the exhibition. Mew ntn sir. new song and new dances ; new marches And IW TADLCAtX. Six be.ntiful Oorypbets hav leen engaged, ai d will execute a aerie, of ...

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. — 12 September 1861

Til E DAILY PRESS. ' UKNItV REBO As CO, art A ngmnw THIRSDAT., ..MBPTEMRBkl 19 The Cincinnati Weekly Press. . OnrWiBKLT for thli week ii published tbis morning, and may be bad on application at the Counting-room, three cents single, in wrappers; $1 a year, or, to clubs, twelve copies for $9. The Wkkly Tress ranks Second to no paper published In the West. Its contents this week will be found un nfuMly Interesting, containing, among othor things, letters from the Seat of War, together with the latest telegraphic and local intelli gence np to the hour of going to press. More Naval Expeditions. "Since the brilliant conquest at Hatteras Inlet" says one of our exchanges "it is said the Government has resolved upon Several other similar expeditions without loss of time." It is pleasant to know that tinee that affair, the Government has adopted Bo wise a resolution. It probably never occurred to the Government, nor to any of its illustrious civil or military officers, that such ft thing was...

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. — 12 September 1861

WANTED. i i WAKTH," "TOM BALM," "tOM MUST," t 06T,n "fOVND," BOABDIHQ," Mc.-At. Mrvfiamanai tmmi Miliar On Uadtnit, no4 mom 4. n ft ttnf, will a. limW aHaaor tin ntO. WAMKB-A OlRf, A Oarmaa Prntaatant girl, to do general housework. Am;r at 1 6 Wst Hlghtli-st. all.li WANTHD-A BIOOY flilfllng-ton ll.rit, f f new or r-mmI aacoml-hanrl, at war prH. Addrcm or call at !1S4 rysnmore-Bt. mii-d -TjMTKI it rr HamM-mVn wantm! Im ' ffl'illatelr. Apply to J. 8. YV EATUEKHY'H, Jr.iUilO Mnln-stroet. BOlll-rt mVANTED-TO L 0 A N fK). The bout of v tf nf-eatata aocnrlty will be wjnlrpfl. fall at rrflre, 3 4 Dank Buildings, earner of Third and Slalo-.t.. wllli' r AITEI -A JANITOB-To take charge of riv-nia in Union block, Thlra at. tiled ref erence rciulred. Apply tn (1. A J. H. BHOKN HKBUlh A 00 1 11 I'nbllc Landing. s12 a WANTKD-A hniiMPWnrk. SITUATION To do .nmiral in city or conntrr. In a pood cot k.WMher and Ironar. Inquire at 67 Uanrije. at , botntra Klin and I'lnm. wlJ b "ISP ANTFO-BTTl' ATION I...

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. — 12 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ' TR THROAT... ..REPTKiMBBH, 19 DREAM-LAND. Whtn darkness eoer with Iti pall The dead day laid to real Whan twilight deenea into night bob the mountain's rnat, As I all and watch the star peep out. Whew th long day' work ! none, 1tfe'B bordao (torn hit heart fall off. As, from th iky, tb tun. Than tired Bonn drop th rln, And fancy guide th oar which bran a thought from this working world, To a iliHtnt land afar while I liream cf a lire which not mint, Of joys which ara coir dreams. Till my heart expand neath th sunsy thought, A a rose riith th inmcsi'l beams. Oh 1 pleasant the dream-land which I go,' And aweet la nir welcome ttaara; And mr heart gain strsngih In that hour of joy Its wt-aiy weight to bear, The thlr.t la qt enched, tha tears ara Btayed, I Alan! hat titer come again 1) For a little while I am not alone, While nir Aden I regain 1 -reterton't Magazine. A SUMMER DAY IN HAYING. BY B. F. TAYLOR. A long time ago we tried our band at painting A picture. With ...

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