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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 13 September 1861

THE DAILY PIIESS X'ubliabed K-rmry Moraine, e CO. (aoRDATi Bioanasj at WENIIV llMKI) PBOFBIBTOKa. errica- Tim-iT., off. etnroM-aonia, as innuiMiATi daily fees i deliver aabaerlbara la Olnelnaatl, Corinrtoa ut tumandlng ettle end town, at grxx Oentn ca, Week paiaili to rni CAaaixa. Paica i SI Ait Single covin, 3 cental on gaonth, S0o. thro month, ).1 on year, .1 MUSICAL. Alio OLORIOL8 BANNER m a OP OUR LAND 1 ::i.:s;.l Worn by Mas. MART FABBELLltW.U3w 1 MiobyCHAItLK WABH:N,Y;"l ' "-- Dedicated to Or.s. OKUKUS B. MoCLBLLAN. Thin new and lianvtlfnl National Song Ii now rear'y for dlntribi tlon. and promisee to be the most CHpniar jauoi,ui oong btui nniwu. iibllibed by JOHN cnrjBCH, Ja, A Went Fourth .it. SHIPPING LIST. FOR 0AL1F0KMA via l'ANAJU. A Fill ST -CLASS NTEAMEtt WILt, m. leave Now lork u tne 1st, titu and 2l.t of each month, except whrn , theie dates fell on roineay, when the At -j of departure will be on the Mon- Tor freight or passage p1r at the only office. No, B Bowling Gr...

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. — 13 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNHY IlKKD Ac CO.. BDimf un rnornwroaa. FRIDAY.. .BKPTBMHRet 13 A CiitTLiiiAU of this city Bererely cen Burei the conduct of General McClellan In going np with Professor Loweln Lis balloon on Batufflay last. H hai no right to expose liimaelf in that manner. What If he bad fallen and broken his neck? Wi regret to observe that some of oi'.r fellow citizens are so uncharitable u to in finuate that General McOlellan, in his Sabbath-day proclamation, might Lave been playing, in a quiet sort of a way, the game of popularity. People will talk. The vul gar are prone to suspicion. They say it is a nice thing if a man wants to be President to have the Lord's people on his side; and that they are easily caught with a little show of piety in high places. We repudiate the base idea with strong symptoms of virtuous in dignation. The proclamation was doubtless the product of his balloon voyage on Satur day. A lofty elevation had the same effect on him that it had on a great Hebre...

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. — 13 September 1861

WANTED. WASTH," rOH BALM," "fOB III T," I I 08T," "FOUND," MOABDIHO," f.-A. srafMaasia. tom1 mmdtr Vi hfAInf, not mmIi A OI KL To cook, wash anl Iron, Hi No. 3d Weat Thlrd-at, Vr 4 IMT .!-. OlTTj To do . naral hmuia. TT work. Apply Wt eighth at elS-h rNTFI-fITtJATIN-Jlr f irl. aa cumk. v Mood reference, siren. Appl at No. HQ Varr-at. VATKD-A BITCATION-To do plnin co b T inn, freshing and Ironing. Will giro ,.od trfrrenoee. A.rlj et 20T Blxth-st. III1I. seil-V -V"-NTBI,TINN,CH8-Im,n'',,",',r- ftn or V mnvi unn-rs. at H(H,KNHHI1C. MOitRlH It CO.'B, 8JT CfnlrnluT , near (Jiiuton-st. sma ti' mSANTKII Flftjr Harness-makers wanted Ira 1 V T mediately. Apply to J. S. WKAIUKKHI'H, Jr.. H'AO Main-street. elO-d vlTtTKn-A liwd fflrl in run a aewina-ma VT chine. Alio, two tallora and tl)re airla to laite and Bnlsh. Aorlr nt the north east corner of l'eari-.t. anti tjentrni-ar. aei.i a WANTED SITUATION Hr an American I'ruti-atant girl to do rhamberwnrk and plain ftevrlp?. Wotilrt also take care ...

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. — 13 September 1861

THE DAILY PHES3. FRIDAY. ftfCFrKMBHR. 13 THE FUGITIVE LIEUTENANT. It w while wm while in American rmr was frceiirg nd itarving at Valley Forge, and the British army was rioting and luxuriat ing in rhilndulphia, that a lame, dirty, beg gar. y-lookiDg fellow, walking with a crutch, approached the northorn outpost of the Royal forces, and, with simple, idotio laugh and leer, announced his Intention of entering the oity and taking the British General prisoner. "Indeed ? then I shall be under the ne cessity of arresting you I" said a young sub altern, winking at some of his companions, and assuming a serious air. "He I he! he I" laughed the idiot; "just you try It, that's all." "Why, my good fellow, what would you do?" "Do?" exclaimed the other, drawing him self up with an air of defiance; "why, I'd tell the great General Washington." "Then I am afraid to venture on your ar rest. So, pass on you will probably find General Howe prepared to Teceivo you." The idiot suddenly looked troubled,...

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. — 14 September 1861

TIfE DAILY PRESS lnbUelied Irrr Morning, iMONDAT. IIOUTHI IT CIENBY ni&Bb ft CO. gBOPElETUBB.' OTriciTnt-i.ior, evRoa-notng, H1 OIWOIAIATI DAILY PBESgxl 6-llvered mbwribm la Oinolanetl, Uovlartoa 4 surrounding cltle ul towns, at v TJt. Cent a Weit, PATABLB Mm CABBIBB. Patca BY HAttr-Single eople., 3 cnM en. sawntb, SOo.l three monthi, $1 il.1t on yaw, ej.l MUSICAL. WAIL GLORIOUS BANN1CIL OFOUR, Worrts "mbs. MABY FABBILLWJ.Vrl Vin"cW'HABL1C?WABRlN,lC'i " . Dedicated to Gen. OEOhUB I). Mel! LULL AN. This new and lieautlftil National 8ong ! now Teaiiy fur distribution, and promise, to bo the most pr puiar national oong ever wruvon. rub ublisbed by JOHN CnCBCE, Jn.i 66 Weit Fourth -it. SHIPPING LIST. 1 FOU CALIFORNIA Via PANAMA. FIRST -CI.ASH 8TEAIUBR Witt jr. leave rew lurx on ine ist, utn and Slot of each month, rxcpt when these dntes fall m Sunday, when the day of departure will be on the lion- mm any nuiowtng. For freight or passage apply at the only office, No, S UowllngOreen. ...

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. — 14 September 1861

irww. FIATT.V PR.KSH.I ,1 p a J AXUJU J. -m.wa-e Knrromj axd paorBivroaa. SATURDAY.. HBPTKMBBtt 14 It appears from the dispatchei that the Governor-General of Cuba, under Insiwrt. tionl from the Spanish Government, has recognised the national character of the Southern Confederacy. Her Moat Christian Majesty will probably become the subject o pretty strong burst of indignation from tomebody. Another Battle at Cheat Mountain. From our dispatches this morning, we learn of another battle in the vicinity of Cheat Mountain, and of the complete rout of the rebels. Colonel John A. Washington, of Mount Vernon notoriety, is among the rebel killed. The telegraph doos not furnish the particulars of the battle. of to General Fremont Superseded. The report which reached here last even ing by telegraph, that General Fremont had been superceded, under orders from the Government, by Quartermaster - General Meigs, was the ocoaaion of come excitement, and of remarks not, in general, compliment ary to ...

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. — 14 September 1861

WANTED. .'f 0 t 8 WANTH," -ron BALM," "WOM llfr," r i oar," "fovhd," boabdino," .a4. ) m sftoinsnsi mm If wxttr stoat kesittfitw, not mo 4 lag fUt,fUUUmrU Met .rer 9 Ssmms. WA N rKD-AOl "''-T? po st No. 30 Went Third-it. TA N IKD-A OI RJj To cook, wash and Iron, WWTANTKD-A OI BpTo do general house. TT work. Apply at 7 Went Eighth t. tela-h m-BT 1NTHI-TAIM1BS-Cull on Mr. H. IwiN. T At.D, Hfth it., between Scott and Atdiso, I t'ovlrgtrn, By. SjBTArsTKn BOARD And one or two furnished f rooms, br lady, In a small private family. Address B, at tint union. seise WVAfTBO-BITlIATION-Bf slrl. as cook. Uooa reterences given. Applr at No. 60 sel3-b Karr-st. r ANTKIl-A SITUATION Xo do plain cook. references. Apply at iifJT Blsth-st. HIM g, wanning arm ironing, will give goou l.l-U- 1VANTED-TINNKHH-Immsdlately. ten or TI taelve tinners, at HOLKNHHADR, M0KR18 & ('().', BST Central-av., near UHnton-st. sola b -VANTKI-T0 I'llINTCRH A good bor ho v lias some knowledge 01 J 1or who understands st...

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. — 14 September 1861

THE DAILY PKES& SATURDAY.. HKPTKMBB 14 The Right Sort of Religion. We want a religion that goes into tlis family, and keeps the husband from being spiteful when the dinner is late, and keeps the dinner from being late keeps the wife from fretting when the husband tracks the newly wnahed floor with his muddy boots, nitd makes the husband mindful of the eoraper and floor-mat Usopg the mother pa tient when the baby is cross, and kocps the haby pleasant; amuses the children as well as instructs them; wins as well as governs; projects the honeymoon into the harvest moon, amt makes the happy hours like the eastern fig-tree, bearing in its bosom at once the beauty of the tender blossom and the glory of the ripening fruit. We want a religion that bears heavily, not on Die "ex ceeding sinfulness of sin," but on the exceeding rascality of lieing and stealing; religion that banishes small measures from the counters, small baskets from the stalls, pebbles from the cotton-bags, cloy from pa ...

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. — 15 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS lvbllabed lC-rry IMornlns, (bobdati vcarra.) T m kniiv nwKD sc oo. VBorKinoBO. Orricv Tiiw.i orr. Ctjstob-botjib. tBB OlwOIBBATl DAILY PBBSS M deliver. awror1tn ! Cincinnati, Oovlarloa and nrrnandlng citlM ui town, at XTexx Oanta WeeU PATAU. TO TBB 01111. Plica it Hail Single copies, 3 enta on sjsvnth, BWo 1 three months, ) I a.lt on yoar.i MUSICAL. HAIL, L.OUIOIS BANNER. OF OUR WornsbyMa. MART rABBtLLMlMUt-l MHelcbyV!IlABLBWABnBrT,) . 11 1 1 1 Indicated to Gf.h. OKUHOE It. McCLBLLAN. This new and hoautlful National Bong Is now roary for distribution, and promna to be the mont eopuUr Nailonal Bong ever written. Published by JOHN CHDRCH, Je., e7 66 Went Fonrth-st. SHIPPING LIST. tVK.KKl.1r HtlWKKl NK YORK ABU LilVJturiM'lj. landing na emnarktug passenj t(Jl KKN8I0WN. Ireland. Llveroool. New Tori a d Phil etelnhia Steemehl. Comnanv In tend dlspatct lug their fuil-powered Clyde-built Iron Rtrsmshlp el follow! t CJLASOnw Saturday, September 7. JITY OF NEW YOKR,orla... .,...

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. — 15 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HEINH Y REEO Jfc COH nnm norumu, MI IN DAY.. . SEPTEMBER 13 The Gazette on Treasonable Speech and Publications. la the Prkm of yesterday we took the liberty- to review a portion of an essay, Which appeared In the Gazttti of the 10th last., entitled "The belligerent Right of the People." when la it was contended that there - la no such thing asliberty of speech or of the press to oppose that is to eay, to express opinions against the acts or policy of the Government, in time of war. In the absence of topics of more pressing importance, we propose to say some thing further upon the same subject. There has probably been no Government engaged in war at least none of modern times which has not had, among Its sub jects, a party either in faror of peace, or op pored to the end sought by the Government in the war, or to the means employed to se cure It." When Government relies upon a party for its supoort and defense, and enters into an alliance with that party for mutual b...

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. — 15 September 1861

WANTED. j WANT," "FOB BALK," 'FOB BBS T," , I II DBT," "WOUND," BOARDING," c-A4- i rtr$mnH oi tmdtr tM aavil., not a-ossi. i im$ to Www, witt b in-rUA a-teaor li omit. ' WVANTBO IMMEDIATELY A ood home. " II ah.rr. in ia. Haver, teenth Ward, near Sports. i Bum's Hall, laeia b MOAH SMITH. ' TA!NTRI-A BOT Fourteen or Of teen roam v of ae. one wnn is wmint to work. i( loJltvu r at iiah9, 09 wainut-st. FB.KNUH LAIT At Govern v Mfl id t private lamuf. A,pf at Mo. 164 East Hbertv t. B-10 u- AFTatn- -TAILOBS Oall nn Mr. M.IKIN. 'Tv' ALU. Fifth at.. betWAan Re.ntt ana M-ril.na. CoTlTKt"n, By- aeU h w V A PIT ED- BO A K D Anil one or twn fnriiitid ? room, by a lartr. in a assail private family. Jtddreaa Baa-''Vila office, pelt WANTUHBII'lSSHKias-On heavy work, T v eewea ana peggea, WANTED-BKN-To Tolunteer In the Em-r- v aid Uuards, a company for the new Iriah Snfflment Call at 1 4 I Maln-at., and on 1'ark tt., Irt'twee-n Second and Jliiru. BBI3 I' WANTED TO RENT A honae of four or five rooma....

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. — 15 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. .HEPTBMBBa 19 [Written for the Cincinnati Daily Press] "ECHO VALLEY." BY J. P. WILLIAMS. Oh I where will yon find In t hit land of th Wt A vlley mote sweet ihsn the one 1 lore best ? Jr encircling hills tn toft hazlne dwell, like dream, of one' childhood too tarrnl to tell : And the prnticl, lofty ilome of the bine, bending sky, V bete It meet the fair bounds of the tar circling eie, utllie tbe calm valley with a delict Ton, And give it the eeniblnnce of a world all It j own ; Aid thee low-movii.g clouds in ethereal white Cast indnlfitt shadows in traceries of light .Aim the flterth, or th smooth lulling Und, Or fkal o'er the hill side, a till, dream; baud. Oh 1 where will Ton And In Ihla lend of the West A valley eo peaceful, so calm, in lie rest? Vbere tbe roecat tr-aks f the grav. Parly morn Ftsnd soleroilj i ff o'er the greoo lields or con, V hlcb, in whispering lands far stretching away, Murmur tweet praite in the toft hiuh of day. Or whon tbe young dawn to Its...

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. — 16 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS ubliahed Kwerr Morning, (MOID1TI XOIR) T M KNHV Tl W TO IJ Sc CO. raoPBiiToaa. OTTio tm-B,, on. euiToa-atvn. CHI 01(J1AT1 DAILY FBB8S k dsIlTr mbsorlbor In Olnolnnatl, Oov1atou ana . surrounding ttlf and town: at 8733i OeutM XVeell. tAYa(U TO Till 01110. Pici T M Are Blngl oopl., 3 mil I on Month, ISOo.l three months, a.1 1 on year, MS MUSICAL. HAI I.I GLORIOUS BANNER 09 OI'R LAND! ijTi.-rrrrTT-i WorclabvMas. MART FABBELLlXtW Wllll MOORE. Ti iwb iT ; ' 1 M naif by CHAKLEi WABRErT,q . ' " . Indicated to QiN. OKUUUB B. McCLKLLAN. This new and beautiful National Son I. now ready for distribution, nt promisee to be the moat timilar National Hong ever written. Published by JOHN OHCBOH, J., 7 66 West Fonrth-.t. SHIPPING LIST. SjT HAITI WtLfCKI rj YOUR ABU landing and emr.1 at OURINSTOW Liverpool. Mew York ceipnia eneamsnip tend dispatching Iron Steamships as follow.! liASOOW Saturday, September 7. CITY OK NKW V(iRK,orla.,rH ..,,, OITY OF MANiHRHTKB Saturday, Beptemlwrai. C...

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. — 16 September 1861

THE DAILY PItESS. HENBY RKKD So CO, mil an norai irons, MOKiPAY SEPTEMBER 16 to The Gazette on Treasonable Speech and Publications. In the Pr of yesterday we look tbe liberty to rerlew ft. portion of an essayi which appeared in tbe Gazette of the 10th tost., entitled "The Belligerent RifihU of the People." 'Wherein it tit contended that there Is no such thing asliberty of speech or of the press te oppose that is to say, to express opinions against the acts or policy of the Government, in time of war. In the absence of topics of more pressing importance, we propose to say some thing further upon the same subject. There has probably been no Government engaged in war at least none of modern times which has not had, among its sub jects, a party either in faror of poace, or op posed to the end sought by the Government in the war, or to the means employed to se cure it. When Government relies upon a party for its support and defense, and enters into an alliance with that party for mutual ...

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. — 16 September 1861

WANTED. wawth," roa balm," "rou mmht," I l OBT," " FOUND," BOAKDISQ," tic A wKtHMuk wrtl mdtr Vhh head, not mom I ' v v inwr, id ' r;?"""" i. uii.tiV liall. LWiu nuAH Dim lilt 1 Mnnnd tnan. Hall. mriNTRDA BOt Fourteen or flfteto yr IT or age one who It wlllinf to work. Apply to jmil t A ADAM8, S3 Walnnt-at. il! V TAITANTBD A FBENOIl LADY-Ai Govern- T km In private lamiir Eiwt Lllwrtr at. Afplr at No. 164 "mrANTKn-TAILOHS Oall on Mr. MrPON- Tf ALU, fifth at., between Bcott and Marftnna, ljoTirgW)n, nr. wn y , TT A NTED-BOARD And one or two fnrnlhd T roomi, bv a lady, In a tmaU private famllv. Jkddi-eed Bjt'hle office. leH 1 I On W - mrANTBI 8HOKMAKEB8 On heavy work, V sewed and pegged. olo h JOHN H. 1TRBH, 03 Wet Fourth-at 11TANTE1I-B 0 A B D For a gentle-oan and WW wife llnat be within ten niioii'ee' walk of the C, H and . Bailroaa Depot. Adores, j u , this office. aelo-b V ANTED MKN To Tolunteer in the Emer. w aid Unarrls, with H low. Beelment. between Second and company for the ne...

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. — 16 September 1861

AMBWMHWBWBWBBWmWWWM"""""" THE DAILY PRESS. ..HXrTEMRBHie [Written for the Cincinnati Daily Press] "ECHO VALLEY." BY J. P. WILLIAMS. Oh I where will rn And in this Unci of the West valley more ewwt than the one I love best ? Its oiiclrcllng bills in soft haziness dwell, I.ie imam ol one' childhood too tearful to tell ; n the prr-utl, lottr dome of the blue, banding sky, V brio it nieeta the fair bouuda of th far ending ay fintllrea h calm valley with a delicate ion, And srives it the semblance of a world all it own ; Anl tnoho elow-ntnvliig clouds inetherenl whit i'sst indolent shadows In traceries of light A lorn the flat aorta, or tin emoothe rolling land, lii float o'er the hill sides, a atill, dreamy band. Clil wher will yon dnd In this land of the West A valley "o peaceful, ao calm, in Its reat? V, 0,.re the rowiit streak e.t the gray, early morn Ftund solemnly off o'er the green field" ot corn, V Inch, in whispering land" far atretching away, Murmur tweet praise in the soft hus...

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. — 17 September 1861

THE DAILY PIIESS l'ubllshed Erorr Morning, (noiDin txosrtus) v H ENKY HKKU e CO. FBOPBTtTUBg. orrns tiss-st., on, ousTon-aovn. CBI OIMOIBBATI DAIL1 PRESS M delivers subscribers In Olnoinnetl, Oovinrtoa sad nrronudlns eitls. and lews... at Cents t WeeU rATiii, to ths oiuut, parrs ir Mail Hingis copies, .antst on tooth, fMo I time months, ) 4.1t on year, AMUSEMENTS. JIIKK'B U F K R A H O V E . UBAND OOMPLtMENTABI TESTIMONIAL TO Bill. JOHN F. BUTTON, TH0B8DAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 19, l-,l. In this nlp-al to n aenerons public, tho Benetl clare wilt offer a bill of attraction In itsrlf wurihy tbesnpport of all The DRAMA, WMEDY. OPERA ; a ORAND FAIRY SI'KCTACI.K ; MM.VIAKY EVOLIJ. NONA, CLASald TABLEAIX, OYMNA8TIC KXEH0I8ES, auil n brilliant MIMICAL OLIO, supported by the first talent of the city. Bex-sheet open Septoniber 19, between the hours t 10 A. M. and 4 V M. Holders of tickets oan se curs seats free of charge Tlrsets lor raniuntte ind Paleppy, flOf : llrr, 2.te MUSICAL. nAir OI.ORIO...

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. — 17 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. XIKlfV" REED Oc CO. mM A raoraiarona. TUESDAY...- ....SEPTEMBER IT Arrest of Colonel Blair. The wrest of Colonel F. P. lMsir at St Louis, jeeterdj-, by the Trorost Marshal, on charge of disrespectful language when alludinr to bis superior officers, is a syrup, tcm. Colonel Blair is understood to repre sent the Administration; and Colonel Blair, when he has the power in his hands, is not prone to be choice in the phraseology in which he clothes his sentiments. On an other occasion he is said to have borne from Washington to St. Louis an order, requiring the officer in charge of that military district to relinquish his oommand to be delivered or not, at his discretion; and such may again be the case. That General Fremont is not upon the best footing at the seat of Govern ment, there are several reasons to believe; and the suggestion of the St. Louis Demo crat, that "the man and bis measures are too deeply seated in the affections of the public of the loyal States to 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. — 17 September 1861

WANTED. .mil.n KMnBOIPKRY HANDS Apply t nnce, at P6 West Fourth. el7-b v WANTED-TAIL(iK8.7.T"? W also, one t-reesw, In the Btove-etnre. fowl Tailors 1 inquire at ll fifth. st., B017-D" miTANTED-HOY From 13 to 11 rturi of ace, it I"s. IIONAPADIK & BB.TNOI.DH'8, No. 1 S9 Bvramore-st. Ssl7-b WANTKIt-OIBL-Agood Nervant girl. Ap plr t 14 Ewt Pearl-st., between Meln and Brcamore. swl7-h U7AMTKD-A GIRL-A. respectable American T! Girl ran And employment, by applying at 'A,? Oair street. sol7-b TBmTANTKIJ-AN OHTLRR At I.. O TV Liver Stable, Ninth St., between Main and Walnut. SATftK'S naln an e!7-b WANTRD w v east coi u intoD,fir- m -miBSB-GlBli-Apply at ion Hi eaHt coi uer of Eighth and Greennp-sts , Cov- V. No Irish need apply. seI7h m7"ANTBD-lSIMBDIATi;i,Y-A good horse. V v sheer. In Ihf Snri.ntnanth Ward, near Snorts- man'iHall. IselM.) MOAH UM1TU. Tt7 ANTED A HOY Fourteen or fifteen years v of .igo one wbo In willing to work. Apply toJKWKTT A A DAM a. 03 Walnut-it. soil) li WlfNTFD-...

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. — 17 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TUKADAY... HKPrKiMnHRIT Our Haytian Correspondence. Our Haytian Correspondence. NUMBER 7. GIPSEY CAMP, SHORES OF L'ETANG SALE. The Northern shore of the Etang Fnle is row enliventd j our Gipsy camp. Since I last wrote v. have actually lived, or M modems would sny, "resided," on horseback. A broad sweep of country has been explored, and the condition of things closely Inquired into. Onr expedition is fast assuming a solid, matter-of-fact aspect; such as becomes an institution whose avowed object is seek ing after truth in new and untried fields. And faiter fields nor lovlicr bill-sides were never trcd by student feet, and student hearts never listened to diviner truths than llivtian wood" and mountains tell. This is the largest lake on the island. It measures twenty-two miles in length by eight miles and a half broad, and has, const quently, a circumference of about fifty-three miles. It is clear and deep, but.bittetly salt, and swarms with alligators. It is known ah...

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