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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 September 1861

THE DAILY TRESS X'ubllnhed Urerr Morning, (UOHOATt XIOIITIBJ ar IBNRY II. C KI Ii Sc CO.! FB0FB1 BTOBB. orrva vm-i., off. cfstob-both., IHI 01H0IBAT1 DAILY PBHB8 M delivered ntnorltxn la Cincinnati, Oovlartoa and tnrroandtng cltle and lewna. at Tii C7cxa.taai a V oeli riri,a to raa eiaaiia, Fntra it Mail Slngl. copies, : .eatat on. month, ftOr three month, Hi 'J.lt one ye-ir,).-, AMUSEMENTS. l I K K 8 O P K It A ' II O U N K r :BANDCOMPMMKNTAHT TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JOHN P. PTJTTON, THURSDAY EVENING, 8KPTR.M BER Ii, Ivll. In this nTpal ' a geuprntu public, the B.-nMl. htc will offer b hill hi attraction In itself worthy th dirport i t all. The DBA M , Cn3IKIV, olKHA: a G R A V II FAIR M'KCTACLK ; V I LtTAIt Y KVnU'. THINS, CLASSIC) TABLKAl'X, OYMNAtU'IO HXFRCIKhS, and a Vrilliunt MIMICAL OLIO, ftiLpoi-tod by tho first tnlout of the city. Bcx-shect open Snnteniber 19, between the hours of 10 A. M. mill 4 P. til. Holders tickets can ie-cure- seats tri'i- of rtiarpn. Ti: ,0 i for raniuott...

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. — 18 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNBY REED Ac CO sraemi raoramoaa. WEDNESDAY EPTEMflRR 18 Thk spasmodic effort recently made to pro tide for the defease of the city secrai to have subsided, leaving us la a condition' known to diplomatists as $tatu quo. Oeneral Mitchell, after enlightening the community with Information of what he intended to do, has left for Washington, and the artillery accumulated for onr protection, like parent less children, have found refuge in the Or phan Asylum. When are we to have another flurry ? Tint Cozrtle takes ground in favor of Gen eral Fremont's proclamation, and against the Amendments of the Government. We hope that the Qazette does this with a lull sense of its responsibility. "Journalists should en deavor to discern the difference between peace and war." "There is no freedom of speech, press or action to oppose the Govern ment in the suppression of an insurrection, red in its defense against civil war." "The Government has the right to suppress, by military auth...

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. — 18 September 1861

WANTED. WA T" "FOR BALK, "irOm B 1 IPf? X DBT,n "roVSD," BOARDING," me.-Attn KmiimiiSi wwlf ondsr Om knaAtnf, net ssmmsV in Mt Unn, trtU b fH4 tmtrtfm "J8 Mt. ANTED-OOt.P MnOirICRT HANDS Aiplr t onr. at 90 st Fomth. ssl;.h WANTED HELP One wash-woman ami ono dlnlnx-room girl. Apply at Maillson Home, JoTllHtOM, Kr. B4-IH.il' V-AiNTEn-Firr8KN UIRLM-To work on V rants. Arplrto JACOB ilOOK.tMtl W. TJlit-st,, ftnrth floor. sHS-li ANTKK- TAILOKN-Two e..o.l Tsllors : alio, onu Pniutr. Inquire At 101 Flfih st . In lli 8toT store. sI7-Ii" rANTBI-HY-From 12 to Is vrnrs of hi". at Irs. BONAPARTE A RBlNOLlVa, No IW Bcamorest. ,t7 n rANTKn-OIBL-A good H.nrantglrl. Ap IIrat 14 Bust Pearl-st., between Alain and fycamore. sol7-b ANTED A OlRIj-A rotpertaMn Amsrloin tiirl can tind sropltynierit, by applying at ij mr street. sel" l VANTEn "AN OSTLKR At Ii. . HAYItK'.i Liver Stable, Ninth at , between Main and V'a'nut. ntf-b VANTKH-MRSII-tllBli-Apply " soiiih vv east coiner o! Ktghth and Grefinip.sts , ...

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. — 18 September 1861

THE DAILY THESS. WEDSKDAT, KKPTF.vl BE IS [Written for the Cincinnati Dally Press.] THE POSE OF -A-CHEEK. BY WILLIAM W. POSDICK. 1 her fa a doner gnwing Whete th grassy wave, are gieen, In crimson I entity glowing 'Tit the rose, the Prairie Qnren, Frrm a rainbow oat pet springing Iti blushing buds unfold, In fragrant beauty Hinting To the no it heart of gold. But there'e a blossom fairer, And a brighter cheek, 1 ween : Wru'd J n Ibdw Hit loveiy wearer ' 'Ti tny heart's owu Pr.ilrie ijiieeii. Tbe srrrlet mountain pink, so gay, Is lihe hei dewy month ; Hit eye. tbe blue autumnal day Known In the cloudless South ; Fr hair, the raven's wiug of jet That In the sutshlt e glows ; Iter eye, the azure violet That looks forth from the snws ; Her breath Is like an orchard's bloom, Blown o'er a clover field A doilbla-deiirate p-Tfiime lhat nought beside can yield; 11' r hair is like tssue clipped from sleeping MfdnUM's curls. And t he le hruer'ucklo-lipped, I 'son a wall 1 1 pearls. I aw her in...

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. — 19 September 1861

THE DATLY PRESS JfcubllUd Kver TUornlng, (mosioavb .xogrrip) , JCJMIIY JTWHJII Ac CO. rBOPBTKTUBS. orric. vra.-ST., opr. otstok-oij, f HB OIBOIBHATI DAI LI PBBR9 Is delivered subecrlbera In Ulaolnn.tt, Uurlartoa .ad ,: : surrounding citte. and towns, a Ten OeutM , Woolt 'AVAIL TO IN OASlUg. Fairs v Mail Bingle copies, 3 until on month, (Mlo.l three months, ejl '.,, on ycur.ej.l AMUSEMENTS. 1 I H E 8 O F K It A - II O V K . ;BAND COMPLIMENTARY TF.8TIM0NIAL TO MR. JOHN F. SUTTON, anCUSDAT EVENING, BFJPTRMBER 19, 1SS1. In this Bttftl to a generous public, the LienM!. clare vill cft.'r n MU or attraction in itself worthy Ilia support of ail The LUAMA, roMKDY. orFRA ; a flRANP FAIRY M'KCTACLR; VIM'IAHV KV'll,!'. TlllhH, CLANSKl TABI.kAl X, GYMNASTIC r.XKKOIsr.S, and ft brilliant Ml'.-ilUAL OLIO, am pin teil by tbn first tnlout of lh ity. Ilox-aheet open September 19, between the hours i 10 A. si. aim 4 r. hi. homc-tr 01 iickcs un no- cuii se.its Ine 01 cbnrgo. 4inil HaU-onv, ,W : li iil....

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. — 19 September 1861

THE DAILY PItESS. IIICNBV REED A CO, nrnii in rsorminoM. TIICRADAY.... . SEPTEMBER 19 Our Washington Letter. We call attention to the rery interesting letter, on our first page, from our Washing ton correspondent The writer is as well in formed of matters as any correspondent can be, and withal Is a man of good judgment The Cincinnati Weekly Press. The Wiiklt Prkss makes its appearance, as usual, this morning, filled with matters of exciting Interest; containing full accounts of all the battles in Virginia and elsewhere during the past week ; a full list of the killed and wounded by the recent terribie railroad accident, together with a summary of general local news of the past week, tele graphic news, correspondence, kc. Price three cents, Bingle, in wrappers, $1 a year, or to clubs twelve copies for $9. Our Army Correspondence. Late and Highly Important from Western Virginia ! THE GUTHRIE GRAY REGIMENT IN ACTION! A rORTICLV OF THREE COMPAME3 TAKEN PRISONERS ! Captain James Ilenae ...

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. — 19 September 1861

WANTED. wants," ron aIk," "fob aMH r," ! I OUT," -roOUD," MOABDUfQ," m.-A imtMmexIt mUK mndmr Mm ktadinct, not mwm4 In rto. H4k, triU t innrtt tmimfar V im, rANTF.n-A situa i iub-ai seamstress In w v a family Noobjeclion to the country. Ad dress O rress umpfl. s-ig 1 IVr,TK""A UliAUKHMITII-TO work on V hi -ina-.waaotis, Apply on corner of Ninth and Freeman-.ts. telt-li marANTlfn IlF.IiPOna VMli . woman iiiilnnn v ciining-rr 4iovin,nn, Ky mom girl. Apply at Madison House, SelS-li VV"'rED- -FIFTKKN (lini,S-T,i onrk on V rants. Annlvto J A CO II MilllK.-jlu Wal. nt-st., fi urth lloor. aeia.b WANTEII-A SHALL FAMILY To join a g'ntleman with twochilrlren In housekeep ing. Honse pleasantly located. Beferences ex. hsngd. Address I). A , this office. sel'J b IVflNIKB-A SITUATION As book-keeper, v v by a yoi yoiina man, who has nan consiuersiiio x petit nee In that rnnarUr. Batiftnctorr refer enda given. Adilrena V. O.i Press Otllce. selv-b liriNTRI) -A BKRVANT-UIRli Who can do T T the wor. f...

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. — 19 September 1861

THE .DAILY PRESS. rrm'Bgp ay. peptbtibkr 19 Dreams and Reveries of a Quiet Dramatic Improbabilities. The other night, in a spirit-stirring opera, fte young man was slabbed to the heart, in the early part of the evening, under aggra vated oircumbtancP, 'while performing hta duly. As I was pitying his sad calamity, and entering (as my custom is) into several upposite and sentimental reflections on the subject, I was rather puzzled by the sight of the dead man, in a new uniform, march ing in high spirits at the head of the ene my's army I "Why. the cunning rascal !" thought I to myself, "he only feigned to die, and has de serted for a commission 1 That is the way of the world." I can not say I pitied him in the least, when he received the contents of at least a dozen muskets in his bosom, beside more wounds than Caesar, from the daggers of (he enemy; for I thought it no more than liis treachery merited; but, I must say, that I was greatly astonished in the last scene, to behold my frie...

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. — 20 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS l'ubllohed ia-rarr Morning, (MOHDATt lOIPTIB) I m KNIIV HKBD Sc CO. I f BOPBISTOBI. imti' tin-ff., orr. otaraa-Bovn. KB! tnBUlAEATI DAILY FBKSI ki deMrerevl aubeorlbere la Cincinnati, Oovlurton tad surrounding eHlee ul tewne,at VHa Cent M, tarn oiati i a. Fain T Wilt Single coplei, 3 cental But pe.mtb, BOc.l thro months, a3t on year. Ha MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. TICTOR WILtiTAlrlS HKWTECTFTJ1 w hi inlomn kie friends and the citizen of Olnrinniitl, that lie ha Toniovedto the North-east corner of HeventlOind flutter.!., N 37H, where he will tie haenv to receive fiupil on the Piano, tiultar, and the Cultivation of me voice. Gentlemen will receive Instruction on the Guitar, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, and Contra Ham In the evenlne at Mr. W.'s residence. Performers sutll ctently advanced will be Instructed in qtiartle play ins or siciiiiR. Instructions in Tiua will be thorough and the price moderate. Jnstrurtione given at prlvnte residences. Ordtr left...

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. — 20 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNllY KKKI) As CO., asrrea An raopiiiroaa, FRUiTy KPTBfBBRJJO Gazetlt attaches "no Importance to the teports from Wellington relative; to General Fremont" Then, we suppose that, m good citizen, we are bound not to attach dj importance to them. "Tbi innocent Tress speaks of 'those who are in favor of a restoration of the Union, by compromise and a speedy return to peace,' as if it was only a matter of pinion." Qazttte, If the Qazttte prefers it, we will call it natter of choice; and the Qazttte "did argue the right of opinion in wars where there was any choice of peace or war." The right of choice, be it remembered, the Gazetlt did not deny; and it argued the right of opinion where there was a choice. So that we do not see as it takes any thing by its metion. Offices and Candidates. To all appearance there is to be no lack of candidates for the several offices in the gift of the people at the coming Fall election. Quite an unusual number of gentlemen have been rubli...

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. — 20 September 1861

WANTED. WJSTH." rnm r n a i i S t il ' I ICfir," "FOUND," BOARDING," tc-A. unttmnle wnilf under Matt aeoditvt, nul ttt oV . snff w Unas, wttl k MMrfMI swkxor 'A mil, V mUTANTEP A Female Oook alsn, nn rxporl. ; ? ckimI Dtniiig-rooin Girl, Inquire t I J V wt fmb-iit. an i) ' lirlNTKn-iMMKDIATKLY-Twn ar.t.rl... Mll'lneril also, an Apprentice. Apply at 7S Fowtti-st. sego-a llfNTRD-A 8M Lt, umt-About fifteen lr unit Linn. Avalr Immediately. ...to v. " or Snllb preferred. Applj at 133 Br.wd war, " Kourlh. ss20-a , VAJSTEDT(i 'HAN01t-A fine Inluld T risnn, for fine, llj ht Top Buggy. Address lyst-office Lork-ljoa 'J, 89. se b WANTED A SITUATION At Mumiiteii In family Iso objection to Die country. Ail. dress P., Ptvm Offirs. ,t9 h W" AUTKD A BLACJKSMITH-To work on awinn-wagons. Appljr on corner of Ninth And Freemen-sts. nelf-b- A1NTKD-TIIBKS 000 V PB0TE1TANT UIRL8 One good cook una one to do &en- rnl hovecwork. Must bring references. Applr at 18i Went Foiirth-st. seJo o WANTBO-TO FBINTK...

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. — 20 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. J R I PAY HKPTBMnjgTta6 [From the Boston Post.] THE TEAMSTERS' PANIC. BY WALTER ANONYM. At Bull Bun, arc the inn i low. Twae maa to man and Mow for blow for fierce nod furloua fu th. foe, And deadly wu tha rivalry. Unt Ball Rnn law another sight, When Ml the IllnlUn. pale with fright. And panic striken, took to flight. ledbylh Britwh CnrHiry, With sword and jack-knife. flMt arrayed, F-arh teamster dre w his valiant blade ; And furious every dray-horse neighed, Dreading the Black Horn. Cavalry. How parts th trace, br jack knife riven ; Now rash the steeds, by panic driven , And all the road, by half past wren, Showed dustily and gravelry. But thicker yet the dust ihall fly; As rank and file goscrambling by J And louder yet shall Ru.sell cry " Wa r goue I we're gone I il l all-o-rer I" "Tla morn, but icarre yarn Southern sun Hath tippf (I t lie spires of Washington, W lien fu tliey tuui'dc, one by one, Bussell ahead of Dull-l-vor ! The panic deepena. Have ! who can ; ...

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. — 21 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS X'abliahed Cvarr Morning, (otroAV noirrni MBMnY 11KRH Sc CO.! fbopritob. nid' vist-t., it. mwrou-umm, H OIHOIBiBATI DAILY FBB8S It delivered sabsorlbsn ! Oinolnnatl, Oovlnyton n surrosnding sltle and tewss, at Tmxx 0xtept a "VVoolx. rATABLl TO til 011. Few IT Mail-Single cnplM, 3 enntil en IMllii BWe. I thre. months, Ml '4,1 1 one year,) MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musioal Instructor, mriTOU WILLIAMS RENPECTFCIs- w LI tnlnrsps hi friend And ths citizens of Cincinnati, that he has removed tothe North-east corner of tevcnth;aml Ontter-nts., Ne 38, where he will he haertv to receiv pupil on ths I'iano, Uultar, aud ths Cultivation of tii Voice. Jcntlemcn will receive Instructions on th Guitar, Violin, Viola, Violonrello, and Contra Has. In the venlnge at Mr. W.'s reside noe. Performers sntil. ciciitly advanced will be Initructed in Qiiartle play ing or sieging. Instructi'ua in tui will be thorough and the price moderate. Jnatrurllua given at private residences. Orders left...

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. — 21 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS.! HJKiNIlY REEU Sc. CO, Bnrroai in raorBisrran. HAT I'M HAY DKPTBR at Change of the Time of Publication. On and after Monday next the Pbrsb will be issued m an afternoon paper. The rea sons that bare impelled Tig to make this change In the time of oar Issue, consist of & atrong and urgent demand on the part of many of onr friends and follow-citizens, to "which we should, some time since, hare re sponded, bnt for a natural reluctance to alter old and long standing arrangements. THe Pbiss will, In consequence of mechan ical exigences, which it is not necessary to specify, not be issued to-morrow. We shall hereafter publish only on the secular days of the week. We take leave of our Sunday readers with regret, hoping at some future day to meet them again. Knowing that the change we are making will be agreeable to many, we can not but hope that it will be so to all. Sorns of our friends whose abiding faith in the providential efficacy of strong battalions 13 not as ex...

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. — 21 September 1861

WANTED WA KTft," "FOB BALM," "FOB BUST," T I VST," "FOUND," BOABDiNO," H.AtU tmdummk euiwtaf mmdtt taws ftsadfitss, not sasea t fh Www, wlU betmwU4 $uvor emu. WANTFIr-OIkli-A Crmn Protestant Rlrl, Ids small family, at 136 Ulark-st., hetwaen i'nttar and Lion. sezi-h WANTIB-i Moond-hand family Hawing, machine. Address A. B., Pros. ofnVa, ta. mil an.- -"' r,,.c. Se2l-h TANTEn-A Female rook i ii ... i "nred Bioing room Olrl. Inquire lit Tir "W.fr .Vi OIKL-AtHmt lirtean . T?V ., oMV , V.M oynton-it., between Hut ter and Linn, Apply immediate v. .njn.hv "W irANTRD-TO 1T.YII A WTir La a ,.., a ' " " v rr . r-u' -W T A W T MT W A Villuii ntn. , , a"""" i ii t 8 S0""e0rk n ft umall famtlr, without "myANTED-FuDCT at ooe-tenth the . unu iiic, i v an n, "Ml II til -it. o extra charge fur Family group JMcturei. M31-bJ WANTED MONEY About Sl,R00, at ten pr CPTl, wrtired by Flrrt Morta(re on central Mtj Property, worth four times the amount. In- "WNTRD-TEN GENTS Ten rente for Urge i(iiiin unwf, rsT...

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. — 21 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WATCH DAT.. 8EPTEIHBBH 91 Protecting Animals from Rain Storms. I beliere that farmeis, generally, lire not ft are how muoh loss Uiey sustain In the flesh of their domestic) animals, and how muoh they suffer during eold storms of rain In the summer, or at aay other season of the year. Warm showers neTer injure ani mals; indeed they appear to hate a good jelish for such a sprinkling as they fre fiicnt!y get, provided it is not as cold as ice. Most animals will endure pretty severe cold, as long as they can keep dry; but, as Boon as their bodies have been wet, and are kept wet, evaporation commences. And as evaporation is a cooling process, the heat of their bodies is carried away very rapidly; and the sudden transition from heat to cold, chills them in a very short time, and in jures them more than a severe storm in Winter. Animals will endure a vory sudden change from cold to heat, with impunity; hut sudden changes from heat to cold are uften attended with very serio...

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. — 23 September 1861

THE DAILY PIIESS Iubliahd K.Ttrr Kvenlnsi ivlfl lavDATi iioinii) -BT- RKNItY K. KJWJO Ac CO. P10PHTKTOBJI. tmci vi- on, ororoavaur-i. . fBX 1ilillAtl DAILY PM delvereg nMrrthere In Cincinnati ikimrln auit nrronndint ettloe an it tewna at Xu. Couts A Wolx raTfteia to t m nHiftu. Parol n MAii.--8iiia.le enpiea, , tnta; rn oth, 50c. i tlirtw uvnthii, rt 1 i. ..nr i . r, S-Y MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. V LY Inform h i It ifni1 nnrt the eitiRPit i-l 'iMinrntl, Unit lie Im.i I V- r-nKv tl t tin- Ni-vtli ftiNt c inn ..f C , k ircil oi. tliii rifno, mttrt and tlio CultiMiuou of tin- V t.iro. .Vnt. it.' n will rrrpvt fn!1rnrUiM nr. tho Ouitur. Vulin. Yio'it, if oim i l'ri, Covli i M r fn fhe evi-.-it c nt Mr W.'p i M(f-ni' iVrl'nrnii'M nn"li. cltrt'y ndvatirrd will he- t ft ur-' in riuartli H:iy int! or h uin innrcit-.,i n In timh vlll ho Ihotoh nw tha jr!rf- nt1 iliTivifl J t iH t i -i r ffiPTi nt private rM-rr' i ii!r; It it nt I ho rtM(!(irp of N V. ..j at tltp JVm.mc ri...

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. — 23 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. liH NHV TiMCKJJ Ac CO., airanj ana rmopmiBTBa MONDAY , .Nf PTKftlBKK 33 i It Is getting to be time to sing again the old song, Cincinnati needs to be prepared for defense. War la approaching oar borders. There is an intention to strike here. VF bad better be in time. Cincinnati, if dp fended, mint be defcrdedon the other side of the Ohio. We do not think there is any time to be lost in putting the city in a posi tion to resist, and organizing such forces as we hare in such a way as to be rendered Im mediately available. Thi disposition to glorify over small achievements almost' argues an incapacity for great, ones. Tbe elaborate exultation that baa been indulged in over the little sue cess at Fort TTattems might be taken by a philosopher as cooclnsive evidence a priori that we are not destined to achieve great victories. The thing itself was of no value: its only importance cons'sting in the fact , tbat it opened the way for something else. That advantage has probab...

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. — 23 September 1861

WANTED. WJST1," "full MttV. ' "fOU MMA1," I08T,n " FnvSD," BOHtDINa," tt.A. wrtssrs-tslt tmtt smdsr Disss luaHtntt, not sshwssV fit to Mmh mill t ImM astosor IIS sum. 1VANTKD-A BOY-AtNo.!! Wott rorirth st. Mnit cum W--II recommended. s-Xl-b V NTH-FOU B GOOD BARTE US T j liast F rats fi-r A niAihlDA. AddIv At til Mnih. (IflMI , mwuo nwr. B6l-li ' 1VM1!'BT('V R-T R t M MUH-At .?-. It V CAHTKB'S, No. ilO Wen Fifth-it., hfii MAlnAnd Wlimt, sstt-b ? f In a mll famtlr. at 136 Ulk..t , between Cmter mid Llun. sei-li M taSTD-A second band famllr 8ewlns tniirbliie Address A. B , Press OBIi-e. sts.. tins Bird And lowest price. ae31b WANTFI-OIRlA OermRn' girl wanted to do klichen worlr At No. 1 tf..pklni etreet, Kone ! d Apply but those that oitn ourae well rno cnimmdAd. sozjh 1 SITUATION - Br Atlr'.tod .rod. e'l bonne wi.-lt; !! - bjMC i-.ii- rn a short die tsnre In ilie crtintry; willing to work. Ann'r At Outir lit. inl ivANTKD A OIRh-To r.iu a tewing ma- v chine, u to ten r. od bs.tersnn im...

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. — 23 September 1861

THE DAILY PKESSV piomm v XHrTKllllBK. 'III [From the American Stock Journal.] A BOSTON LAWYER SOLD. BY A COUNSELOR AT LAW. I linil ft wife find three ("mull chililren. Jly (.Pice it-n in llislnti, ami we lived in (in tvijoining town. I needed Uic exorcist) of riilinj, ai.J n. eiiivt! now ami then, toward evening, with my family, 'Would bo good for lis ali. Wo had formerly lived in tliocouti t y, whore rverj-liody kcepa horse?, nn I a linifc pcenicd leal'y necessary to our con fort, and so I deierniitied tolmy one. I had owniii several bcrses iu mv iltiy, and knew smiiciliing of hoi-8n-l!e?h, and I had boon en pntel in several lmrse rases in court; nnd el course I hirew, as every man of oli.erv.i t i n knows, tlmt lioi-bes are a d. microtis Coiiirtmility lo (!e;il in. lJcin, however, i'-hcu r.thc.1, if renir-p I was 'briMtino I, and, 1 ('In;; a lawyer, 1 It," 1 1 uo upiircliensioii that I midd lint Ici.k pu tiy veil alter one Bide id' ll t ;i ill. Kef'oie tryirp to liny nn tirililo, ...

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