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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 September 1861

KNKY T IKK 11 Se CO. raopgnTOM. orrica- Tim-rr., orr, ovmM-Bovia, XH OIMOIKBATI DAILY PBIB8 la delivered nbaerlban In Cincinnati, Oovlsyton u4 anrrnandlna' el tie. and lawn. at Tu Oeut a WeeU. raTin.a to tn osaaiia. Patoa T Mail-Hinala cnplr., ! tents t ona ajnlh, Site.: three ,71'iiitha, ail J.1, nn irmr,) t THE DAILY TEES3 to strati aioanar) at MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. -wriCTOU nilMAH RESPECTFUL- v Li InrurmN his Inenilf. find the citizen, of Cincinnati, that he (im TfOiOTH to the Nnrth-eant o rnpr nf FavrntlilftTid Ciittcr-ol., N 38, vhore he will be liacnr to rpcnive pupils od the rtano, t.uitar, and the Cultlvauau of Die Voice. tientlempii will receive Instruction on the Guitar, Yiilin, Viols, Violoncello, and Contra Haw tn the vniiingn at Mr. W. residence. Pcrrnrmnrn mitt, cteutly advanced will be instructed in Quartle play ing or funging. inntriutioDi In TiMB nil. be thorough and the yrlce nunlernte. Inntrnctl iim given at private renidnncn. CrdtrF lelt 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. — 24 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNUTf RKK1) Ac CO., omu An rmoPBiiroM. TUESDAY HRPTltlBKK 44 To Advertisers. Our friends will confer fttTor by handing la their Advertisement as early m eleven o'clock. This will prevent much confusion, and will secure prominent places in our columns. One Edition Only. hara determined for the present ex cept In caee of the receipt of very important sews to issue only one edition of the Paass. In case important news shall arrive earlier or later than the dispatches of one o'clock, we shall issue an earlier or a later edition, as the circumstances shall dictate. Colonel Mulligan—Freedom of Speech. The failure of tbe military authorities at St. Louis to re-enforce Colonel Mulligan Laving been animadverted npon with some severity by the editor of the Ketci, In that city, the office of that journal has been seized, the editor arrested and the publication sus pended. How far this will go to prevent people from having their thoughts upon the subject can better be told by-...

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. — 24 September 1861

WANTED. WdhT.V "FOB HALB," "tOB B M NT," I VHT," "FOVSD." BOABDIKa," te.-Ai-rKitmmlt tomtot uUr Msot ktaditw, nol tc4. k jt NMi will teitvwrfMl Iwiosor 43 tmu. JtlVTFD-TWO (IOOD MILMNKBS-At No. UW'4 Went Flltll-st. Mlit-b riUVTBD A BOT-AtKo.a Will fourth it. must oome wsu recomnien.iea. loxl.ti -VrilTKI,-S,TDATI,,N-A" 'mi-'iintoroii f B'rect rllr'nil. Gw.d rett-ronces gir-n Ad' tfrsss D , care of Press Office. soJl Li WNTK1 FOUR (IOOD RASTKUK-T . tmsU Osts for a mstnlne. Apply at ill Me Ml in-tor-st , second floor. seKl.l. IXANTBD 8T0VK-THI MMFIK-At J(. It. T CARTKBS. No. 'JO. Wml r.fih.at . h.tnm Wflln Bnd Walnut. ssl-tr lrNTKD-Gentlemen and tlioir vrlvas a id " several tingle nentleimm can bo acoomm doled Willi pleasant and desirable front rooms, with ). nid, at 97 fcant Fi.urthst. s2t "VjINTKD-f-'ITUATION-Ai Hiokkeepor or v FnlesniAn, In a wholesale, business finnso. Coed references (rlvon as to abilitr, to. Addm-s ( cure of Press Ofh.ie. se34-b nrAIiTF.n-SITlIATION-llr a 8.:otch...

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. — 24 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. CBSDAY.. .REPTEMBBK 94 Our Commercial Independence. The New York Times of the JOthiayi: Tt extraordinary exhibit presented by the records of the commerce of the port of New York for the first eight tnonthi of the year id but the legitimate eTidence of the fiaaa cinl or material condition of the country. In thii peilod we hare been subjected to the so reiest test a nation can undergo, with a most triumphant result, without the least warning or preparation. With the trade of nearly one-half of our country a blank, we found turseWes, when the day of reckoning came, the creditor nation of the world. Our com plete commercial independence ii owing to the fact that the world must have what we produce in agriculture, while we can easily dispense with whatever other coun tries produce, either in agriculture or in arts. None of the nations of Eastern Europe regu larly raise a sufficient supply of food Great Itiitain never. The United States is their frracary, for the reason t...

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. — 25 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS lubllohe4 Kfry Rrenlng, fsriBATi axcim) IT t " HBNnV TXTOTCIJ ft CO. . rBOFKl ETOBA. i ornca- Tn-tT.OP. outroa-aovm, (Bl UIHOT."ATI DAILY PBIHS to delivered IttbMriben In Oluolnnati, Oortnstoa M -surrounding cities u kwnl, t 3xl Oont a Wool ataili TO tw oAutta. Tnr if Matt, Blngl copies, 3 rents) on XhAitli, Alio I thro month,, 81 '4.1 1 nn year,!.! MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. v LV inrornii hi. tik-uil and the citizwn of Cincinnati, that he has removed to tho Noith-eant cjrner of heronthliind Cnltr-t., Ne ilTN, w-lir-re hp will be hasl'V to rcndve Imiils on the riauo, Uuitar, and tlio Oultlvittiou of the Voice. ,ent lemon will receive inatniclinrieou the Onttar, lolin. Viols, Violoncello, end Contra Haie in the venings at Mr. W.'s residence. IVrinrmpr. nnfli-eii-ntly ndvanced will be instructed In quartle play ing or ulnglng. Jimtrin tiona In T1MB will bo thorough and the price moderate. in.irm-tijn given at private residences. Order left at tlio re...

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. — 25 September 1861

THE DAILY PHESS. HENBY RKKD ate CO., smaf a raoranrtoM. tVlDNBSDAY. ... SEPTEMBER 35 Boms of our deroted fellow-citicens at Inclined to toiler tbat the capture of Colonel Mulligan was " judgment upon him" for the profane answer which he returned to General Price, when called tipon to surren der hy that officer. If such is the case, it is to be hoped that the chastisement will proTe a lesson to him. Tbi true regimen for those who want to make war speeches is to put muskets into their hands and send them to the nearest camp at once. All has been said that needs to be said. We know the whole story from beginning to end. The question of the right of Secession is of no consequence in the face of a revolution that seems in a fair way to be accomplished. Let those who aspire to inform us that we can heat the South with only half an exertion, make their faith man ifest by their works. The thing has gone far enough to giro us to understand that this is a serious busineps, and that if it is t...

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. — 25 September 1861

WANTED. WJHT.V "TOM BALM," "FOB BINT," I OUT," "FOUND," BOJBDINQ," tc-A4-f rVMimiiH omm mmdtr Aw Uatongt, not month n ftn Kmh iI 6 IwrW Mm for 'Ji mm. vr TANTKn-TWOOOOBMlLWNBBS-At No. ! wei r um-ai. M2-li V'-NTKnrBKXT''!'"A eompMant mnma fu T AnH-t.int itn. Appljr to U. K. UVKWKN. e Wwt Thl rdlt. s2i-li iVANTRMiTOAtloN-A. Cnrtnctor on a Wv ftrwt railroad, tood refenncoi lTn. Ad. irnrn V., cara of PreM Ofllce. n.M h" ANT KD-BItiH A RD M0BBI8 OAKIiNltB lately ppllod for Janitonhia. Pleaie call im HvxIlaMlT. m--a b 0. ft. tH. BBOMBIBOIH 4 00. WANTED- BITr ATTON As Btlmwoman fa torn. Ralarv for 11 rut mrmk or two no ob. ict. Or will tnd (n an Artiat'a Gallery. Adclrp.f . 0 (Hnclnaati PmtolBca. h WANTED Usntlaman aid their wi aad Rererat sing-le aentltimeQ can be accomm . dated with pfaanaDt- and dmtrable front roonii, with Iwairt, at 97 ant Fourthnt. xe2 "V',,,'rKD-B,,rUATI0N-A Bcok keensr or ' Falnian, Id a wholesale bnninnm hor.se. Good reference given M to ability, 4o. Addrmg o . car...

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. — 25 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WEDNESDAY.-... . fiEPrEMBrlR. 93 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Tb time on th following road ta seven minute Faster than lir tin, with th exception of tb I'hlo anil Mississippi and Indianapolis and Cincin nati, which twelve minute dower. LlTTLg MIAMI. iHrmrl, Ar4re. Fxprean. I ia !(, 4 "Vi r.M. Hail 9. no A.M. l.nn AM. I, mop Danniaon Acconiatlon 3. if. P.M. 7.P M. omnibus Aocouiuiodatiun S.MtP M. ta.' A.N. 3tenia..... .............. R.iwP.M. t). 00 A.M. MABIttTTA A CISCIItSATt. Wall n.nn A.M. 4t r.M. Accommodation ................ S.3Q P.M. 10.47 A.M. OHIO AND MIMimiPFI. I.onljvlll? Mall 4.1 A M. 8.1.1 A.M. H. Louis r-'xpreas S.HI P M. h.in A M. Aurora Accommodation 4.W P.M. y.H) P.M. COVIKOTON AMD LlXlHOTOK. Vint Train ........ S.J3 A.M. 10.4 A.M. fcixund Tieio, .................. 2.24 P.M. 7.18 P.Jl. riSi lKNATI, ItlCltMOJD AMD 1HDIAMAF01.18. First Train 7. SO A.M. a.rvj P.M. tocund Train 5.30 P.SL. 1(1.20 P.M. riNCIHUATI AKD rmcAoo AlB-USl. ...

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. — 26 September 1861

TTTT?. !" A TT.V - PPFQQ y (inun Bxonrrsjpj WBtMItV nWKU C CO. rtUFBIITQII, WTKl"TBm.i orr-. enrroa-wovra, omOTBHATl rAlLTMH. dellyered nbecrlbere la Cincinnati, Oorlnrtoa u . mrroandlaa eitlee and torn, at X"eja. Oejoe.tat a WeeU riTiBLa to rwn oanaua, Fiica T Van fllngle optee, 3 eentat on tsonth, BOO.; three monthe, vi.1t one year, 1 MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. w L lnlorms tilt friend and the eltirens of Cincinnati, that he bu removed to the Knrth-east corner of . teTentli;r.d Cntter-sts., No 37H, where he will be harnv to receive pupils on the Piano, eluitar, and the Cultiyiuou gf ne voice. Uentleiiien will receive Instructions on the Guitar, Violin, Viola,- Violoncello, and Contra Bar In the ewntnge at MrvW.'s residence. Performers sntfl clentlr advanced will be Instructed In qunrtle play ing or singing. Instructions In T1NB will be thorough and the price moderate. Instructions given private residences. Ordrn left at. the residence of Mr. W. or at the Music St...

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. — 26 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. nM an riornma. TIH'RnAY. ..SKPTRivIBKR 90 Our Fourth Page. On our fourth paga will be found some very Interesting oewi matter. The Fast Thus Far. We hve the right to lay that, up to the hour of going to press, the Fast day of Preeia dent Lincoln hai been observed with ererr appearance of propriety J No outbursts of en thusiasm have occurred, nor any popular demonstration requiring the employment of En extraordinary force of civic guardians. If there has been any sedition, it will probably be found in the doings of some of the reverend clergy, who, malcontent with the policy of the Administration, have taken this opportunity to throw little dirt upon it, either in their addresses to the Throne of Grace, or in those directed to the congrega tion. Upon the whole, however, np to this present writing, the fast may be looked npon ns a success; and it will not be unreasonable to expect decidedly good effects from it. Inaccessible Persons connected with Colonel Mulligan's c...

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. — 26 September 1861

WANTED. tUBTA," ron BALM," "FOB MMMT,- tOHT," "TOUHD," BOABDISa," te.-A-wMWumi mil muitr lAes hxuitnet, not eeossd. tmg MM, rl I'rU 1 Mult. IVANTRn-noliHK Of fnnr or 11 r rooms. In . mod nelshliorhnnd. Address "BoM." Pox , '3.004 Cincinnati PostotTice. iaai-I.e ,1VANTEB-IB0N WORRF.BS-A nura'ier of 1 V good hands end helpers. Apply to X. F. B. KF.R, comer of Front and Ilarriet-s's. aeJS tv W- ANTBD-REXTON A competent prnnfr Aaat-lant BoatSU. Apply to M. K. CUKWKN. (IB Wott Thlrd-st. seZH-b -IT ANTED TAILORF.34IS - Several , ?F lalltireasea and Machine hands. None but good experience hands need ppl. j-ean-sr. Apply at 37 " WXANTFD vv dlr-s anil nameis. Apply SO Kant Fifih-st., between Main and Sycamore, 1AA HANDR To work on sad- dire ninl harneis. Apply Immediately at &o. sei'S d JBHN BHD. V, WANTE D U TJ BHK A Hood, honeat and ex. nerlenoed irlrl. to nnnt a child twelya months old and do plain sewlns- Apply to Mm. L. jl. v A lMn, Hoom ON rlsnrie nnuse. aase-o-"Vs'ANTEII-BlOBABD M...

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. — 26 September 1861

THE DAILY PRES8J ..SBPTEMBBR 96 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Th II m an th following MM la htm tnraote faster than elty Hau, with tho axoeptloa of tb Ohio aod Muwieslppl and Indlanapoll and Olncln. natl, which U twelv nrrnntea slower. iittli num. i Pepirt. Arrive Ktiiw . , 7.0" A .M. 4.90P.M. Mail. . (19A.M. 3.00AM. amp uennison Arcom ntlnn . s.is r.M. 7.or.m Cnlumbn Accommodation.... S.W P.M. 19.05A.lt, jtenia.,,....,.... .... e.uur.n. e.w MABIITTA AR CIHOIMMATt. Mail .. 8.00 A.M. 4.40 P.M. Accommodation . S.30 P.M. 10.47 A.M. OHIO AMD HIMlMTrM. Lonlsvllle Mall iimmh. . A M. Bt. Louis Express..- ..... 3. I'll P.M. Aurora Accommodation 4.80 P.M. 5.U A.M. 8.10 A M. 9.10 P.M. ooTisaToa aus lxxikotoh. First Train..-................... S.JS A.M. 10.44 A.M. Second Train.. a. 34 P.M. 7.18 P.M. CIUCIWKATI, BICHMOKD AWB IK DI A WAPOlli . First Train mm t 7.30 A.M. .oo P.M. Second Train...- 6.3 P.M. 10.30 P.M. rifCIUKtTI AH CHI0AOO AlB-l.IK. Mall and Kiprea 7.30 A.M. 6...

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. — 27 September 1861

ill DAILY PllESS bliabad Jfivonr n-retxtos,! (i r . ImiMTi axcim) UNnv nwrcn - rOPBIBT0BJ. Se CO. - miCI' TlllWt OFF. CCTTOM-B0CT1. jlfs tnwUISBATI DAILT PKIPS la delivered t eabecrlbeni In Oinolnnati, Oovlnrtoa ul f ! larmsadlim Hie and town. at 'XT 0Atx a "A7"otli. ' I PATABU TO HI 01111 1 . f Fair T SI Art, Rlns-le copied, 3 tent.) on Math, SOn. thre month, 91 'A.tt one yeiw,."! MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. f V LY inform his i riendw and the it1.i) of Cincinnati, that he ha i removed ti tho North-eest ctirnT of f-ntliml Uuiter-nts., N .'i8 -tvhrA Ha will hm liADur to rof ive ropilH on the I'lauo, uuitar, and the Cultivutiuu of he Vole?. OMitlemrn will reoMTClnBtritrtioTid on theGnttnr, Violin, Viola. Violoncello, and Contra Ban in the Tflning at Mr. W. resin' nefl. Poriormrrs sutn otently advanced will be instructed in qua r tie play, inct or plrainft. IrtfttruftintiB In Tim will be thorough and the 5 no moderate. , j ntru t( ns arisen at private reirtenres. t'ld...

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. — 27 September 1861

THE DAILY PllESS. HKNHY KKBU As CO, nmu a wo raoeaiBTeaa. KIDAY ..MKPTKIrlBBtt. !7 Our Fourth Page. On oat fbuiih page will be found some Tery interesting news matter. Tni Gautt is not ft belierer ia martial law; is not in favor of martial law; does not look for the millenlum In an universal reign of martial law, and it not laboring to bring it on as soon as possible. We were mistaken in tbinking otherwise. The six, eight or tea yards of editorial matter which we diligently lead, and which we thought led to some thing like that, actually meant quite the re Terse. We feel relieved. Trouble in the Union Camp. The extreme right of the Republican party is manifesting some dissatisfaction with the late Union movement, and betrays a feeling of restiveness in respect to it which is omin ens to that harmony of action which was an. ticipated from its authors. The Ashtabula Stntinel is pointed in its denunciations, and holds forth as follows : " We are betrayed, transferred, and offered vp as...

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. — 27 September 1861

WANTED. I KT, -FOB BALM." -FOB MBBT," J t-T," -roVHD." HOARDING," fas.-4d-V i 'will wmtaf anilar ttaaa aaauM, not Sams Mm m as tmtrU DtiMer mk. ANTFO-A SITUATION As Wtt anrs. AMT Vt Ir. W. T. THOMl'SON 8. 'Iral a , op stairs. ssI7 b tTANTF O I10IIKB Of four or flvf room" f T I ood rx-ltnnornnnn. W04 Cincinnati Poatofllca. Address In Bnt." Pox s2.b i BWTANTKn IRON-WORILBK8 A number of i vw iroml hand and nslwr. Anntv tn T. r n a . JKICK, cortiar of Front and Harrlct-sts. s2 b WANTKD HOB.SBS Any one hwlngn hum, Atia no work for n m. can h him rood cars of for tlia wlnl.r. for on hoar's work each day. Apply at 14 Bast Pearl st. a27-h WANTED-Two s;oo.l German (Jlrls, as cult and lioiiat maid, who can apeak Knulish aad time wall recommended. Apply at 110 Hlath-at.-, tween Vine and Bace. ie!7 b WANTRD-A PROOF OF SKILL Call and get a Likrneas for nothing. Vnn will not t deceived at JOHNSON'S Qallerf. 30 Fif'h-st. J olite attention. feJ7-b SVANTHD- TAILOKRKHIS Several f lailuressea and Macb...

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. — 27 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY-.-...-.........KPTBWBHa flf Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Th time on the following road la ktii mlnnt faster thn city time, with th exception of th Ohio and Mississippi and Indianapolis and Olncin aati, which I twelve mlnnte slower. " IITTL1 aiAMI. Derw-f. Arrive, KTrrm.m..,,..., 7. mia M. 4. So P.M. BMl ,0.00 A.M. J.OOA.M. Camp Dennlson Accom'aHon ... 3. IS P.M. 7.00 P.M. Columbus Accommodation 8. Mi P.M. 10. M A.M. XnlB.......................... (.O0P.lt. a. 00 A.M. ARIETTA AN 9 OINCINXATI. Mall - tt.no A.M. 4.40 P.M. Accommodation................. J. 30 P.M. 10.47 A.M. ODIO AND MISSISSIPPI. Louisville Mall ........... ...... 4.41 A M. B..U A.M. St. Louis Kiprr.. 3.10 PM. 8.10 AM. Aurora Accommodation 4.S0 P.M. 9.10 P.M. COTIKOTOK AND LEXIKUTOK. First Traln....M..M. .?3 A.M. 10.44 A.M. .Second Train............ f .24 P.M. 7. in P.Jl. CINCINNATI, BICUMOMD AND INDUNArOUg. Flint Train ................... T.50 A M. O.OH P.M. Second Train.....

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. — 28 September 1861

L.JIE DAILY PRESS ' lubllshod IC-vor-r Krening, (stkdat unrnt) -V aBNnY IlKKH Se OOi yaoPBiiTOM. orrici vtai-fr., or, oraroa-vovn. (HI OI"OIATl DAILTFBESSI d.llT.re St)ortbr ! Waclnnett, Oorlajtoa an mrroajHllna ttle and Inn, M "Vmxx 0xa.t , Weelt rAvaaia to m ouataa. Paid T Matl Blnil enpte. 3 entt on javnth, ItOo.l thrra monihii, HI uli nn yir. MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. mrlCTOR WIM.M.IW HFPECTFri- w kl tnlorm UK fnpnri. and the cltlrens of Olnclnnntl, that h hm removed to thi- North. east c irner of ferentliliicd Cntter-nto., Ne :?8, Where lie Will he liaBTtr in rnrotvA I"ir,ils on the Piano, uultar, and the Cultlvuuuu of the Voice. (iontlemen will receive Instnirtlons on the Gnttar, Tlcllg, viols, Violoncello, nd Ontra Hue In the T-ntngft at Mr. W.'s residfnee. Performers snlti clentl? advanced will be instructed in quarlle pUr llie or sirglne;. lmtmrtlnns In TIMS will be thorough and the ;rlr.e moderate. ln.tnx tlor given at private residence. Cirdirj li'lt 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. — 28 September 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. HXCrOtY RKED As CO, vitm ah rmoraiiTo, NATURDAY ..sKPTRMnm ar Tbi affair of Fort Sumter appear! to bar detei mined tbe character of the war. It wj gradually approached and mrrounded, to that when the time of attack arrived, it fell an easy prey to the conqueror. The doings at Washington Indicate a ilmllar pro ceeding. The lower Potomac ii closed by rebel batteries, and, to all appearance, is to be permitted to remain in that condition. It would take some fighting to open it, which might break in upon the order of those splendid and Bhowy reviews which are daily holden at easy distance from the Capital, and which are so much admired by the President, the heads of Departments, and tbe representa tives of foreign nations. How long, now that the water communication is cut off, the railroad and land communication will be permitted to continue, depends, perhaps, upon the forbearance of General Beauregard. Unionism in Kentucky. It is time, perhaps, to get rid of the delu s...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 September 1861

WANTED. wast. foe palm." "ton bbbt,- i I 0BT,n "roVND," BOAHDIIU, tH.-AA- mrHitmnlt temll WHbr (Ass. 1uaAnc, Ml MOM tag . Mww. will e tTU4 tmimfm i)3 w. V Shi Hfth-st , by HOAO OUIUK. tJ7-b T ANTKtD-IMMlDIATBLT Fifty Neam- v nMi tm Willi eewlng-macblnea Apnig at 3 4 proaaway. g !, irANTUD A M AN To work on a Farm, near WhI Blxth-atreet. v v me cur- unmui preierrsu. Apply at 29 eezg-D- airiNTKn-i SITUATION -A Wet nnrse. Apply t Dr. W. Centraley , npatnlrs. r. THOMPSON'S, oV4 at 27 b lVTin-II(IAIil'-'' th. winter. In TT private family, for a Udr and her diiM fen yeari old. Aiblress B., l'ostoQIce, Box !i, , Darning terma and locatl.n. se33-b ANTED IIOBRII Any one hayings horse, and no work for him, can have him taken focA care of for the winter, for one hour'a work yach day. Apply at 14 Bast Pearl at. s.27-b ANTBD Two good German Olrla. aa co. k and liousrmeld, who can "peak Knelish and om well recommended. Apply at ltd Bizth-st., between Vino and Bace. se27-b WANTF.U-A PROOF OF- SKIL...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. RtTI'HDITn ..SEPTEMBBB 99 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Th time on th following roads li inn mlnntee falter than oily time, with th exception of the Ohio tart Mississippi and Indianapolis uil Cincin nati, which ! twelve tutnute slower. LITTLI MIAMI. P'pnrt. Arriftt Express ........ 7 i A M. 4.iP.. Wall - D.OnA.M. 8. 00 A M. t amp Dennison Accom'atlon ... 3.1AP.M. 7."' P M. Cilnmbus Accommodation 3n P M. lo.ns A.M. Xenle................., . (1. no P.M. e.ouA.M. 1BIITTA ASP CINCIKNtTI. Mall p. no A.M. 4.40 P.M. Accommodation 3.30 l'.M. 10.47 A.M. OHIO A!ID MISSISSIPPI. Louisville Mall .. 4.4.1 A M. .M A.M. rt. Louis Expires S'O P M. R.IO A M. Aurora Accommodation......... 4..V) r.H. v.10 l'.M. COVIKOT0N AND LXXIHOTON. First Train.. . .3 A.M. 10.44 S..M. t-rcoad Train......................... 2.24 P.M. 7.10 P.M. CINCIHNATI, aicuaoKB AND lKDiAmrom. Tint Train 7.30 A M. 9.0 P.M. t-econd train..- ... 3.30 P.M. 10.3d P.M. CMNCIMKATI ADD CHICAGO AIB-MX...

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