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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 September 1861

THE DAILY TRESS X'abllabcd HJ-rwry Krening,: (SllHDAT. UOIBM) BY . HBNRV IIRKU s CO. rBOPBirroBj. orrica yini-tr., on. tTDro-BOtr.B. SHE OTHOTABATI DAILY FBHSR I delivered nbaorlber. la Oineiaaetl, Oovlarton and nrrisndlng aulas u( lawns, at Tr, Oetita a Woelt bavabu to til OABBISB, FarrB bv Matit Single copies. 3 tent.; son. Bavnth, (lOc.t thro months, H (Hit one jour, S.l MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. v LY iufornm hit, frtpnrti nd the Cltif nn of (Mtirltmntl. tbftt he ban mmovMltothe Nnrthefttt c jrnor f .T rTu..iiri1 Vntter-HMi.t v hcr h will lie lieonv to rvceWe r"pi!fl on the Piano, uulUr, and the Cultlvuuuu of the Voire. OenUeTHPii will reeeirMnfltriictfotift on the Gnltar, Violin, Viola, Vfo.orjwllo, and Contra IS In fie Teiiinga et Mr. W.'e reitidfiice. Performrrn enfll c.nt.y Mivaocod will be instructed in quart te play ing or nltiiiiff. Initmrtiuna In TIKI will be thorough and the rice iiHMjerate. lmtnw tiune giren at rirWate rodldonrd. Ordtm left at the 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. — 30 September 1861

TH"R II A TT.V PI?RS I UBNIIY IlICKIJ Jc CO, srerreM asm rCTinrwM . MONDAY K PT K MB BR .10 Tua address on the lint page should be entitled, " From the Union Member of the Legislature," not " From the Legislature of Kentucky." ' Wc always dislike to state what our neigh bor of the Gazttte is doing or what it has been doing, because our statements are gen erally met by a Oat denial, and we find we bare been laboring nnder a misapprehension. But really it does seem to us and In this opinion we are borne out by several others that it is pitching into General Fremont rather savagely than otherwise. Now that the General has actually gone to a scene of operations, where the fashion, hitherto, has been not to wait until the enemy ran away, but to fight him, is not this, we ask with all due trepidation, Just the least in the world like that thing which, to guard against, has given immortality to our greatest military character: a fire, to-wit, in the rear? The Gazette and the Thirty-first R...

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. — 30 September 1861

WANTED. BfASTH." -FOB BALM," "FOB MB NT," I DBT.n -FOUND," BOABDWQ," ete.-At- werHttmnttt m4n$ tmtor dues keaAtnm, not sttcsa Am Mm mOI he tnurU tftmfer'JtB am. WANTItn-A MAN-To work on a frm. In. qulrs t LINN'S LlTry. table, from 10 to S o'clock, on Msfllsonst,, OoTlngaton, Ky. ssUMi Olali To run sr.wlnir.mv vv rhlna on taflorlnff Work Apply it Ko. 13 "Went Blxth-st., bet. Main nod Walnut. ifW b' VNTKI-IMBITlI-riar Seam. ' TV afreteea; tea with sewing-machines. Apply t 34 Broadway. as .(, WANT ED-A M AN To work on a Farm, near the city. Merman aroferred. Apply at 'A9 Wwt Blxth-ttreet. ' aezn-b 1V"SNTKD Two nearly or quite full Blood TV Terriers, six or eight month! old, at a low cash lirlre. A (ill rem, 0. J. J., at Press Office, giving price ami acmrass. a. no ranor price paia. mr ABiTRD-TWO Ol HI.H-One to work on ens. WW tom-made eoats, and the other on pantaloons. Apply at the Bank Buildings, corner ot Main and lain ant saao-b J n 1 rn 1 rooiu 4YrANTKD-TO T HADK-For family art o...

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. — 30 September 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.. SKrTCMBKR 3 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. The time on th following roads It um minutes aster than city time, with the exception of the Ohio end Mississippi and Indianapolis end Clncin neti, which U twelve mtnotee (lower. M1TLI MIAMI. Depart, Arrif r.xrrrrse Mail..,. Camp Dennleon Acoom'atlnn V liimbne Accommodation..., Xeuia. ........ ...., , 7 MIA M. 4.30 P.M. , 9. l A.M. 2.00 A M. . 3.H P.M. 7. OOP M. , S.MlP.M. lO.mA.N. , 6.00 P.M. 8.00 A.M. ieiBTTi UI CIWCISnjATl. Mall .. .nn A M. Accommodation M 3.30 P.M. OHIO AlfO MISSISSIPPI. lonlsvlll Mall ...... 4.15 A M. Ht. Loni Express 3.c" P M. Aurora Accommodation 4. .10 P.M. COTIMOTOM AND LtXIKOTOW. First Train ......... .J3 A.M. recond Tram..............-.. 3.24 P.M. 4.40 P.M. , 10.47 A.M. 5.M A.M. 8.10 A M. 9.10 P.M. 10.44 A.M. 7.16 P.M. CIKCINKiTt, BICHBONB iHD lKMASAFOLI. First Train ....... y.rvi AM." e.rei p M. Second Train..... B.3U P.M. 10.20 P.M. CINCltltlATI AND CHICAGO AIB-T.I...

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. — 1 October 1861

fTTfV. FIATT.V PRESS (nniH eobptbbj t VKOPBIBJOBa, orrios- Vtws-st., oft, custow -worn. erHI OTWcraHATl DAILY FBB8I hi delivered awbsertbers Ib Ulaotnaatl, Oevtnrtoa Bad ' ' ewroaadlnt MttM sod towns, ot - Connx Oenta a X7'o1. AYABLI TO TBS 01BBIEB. Pawl it Hire Binds copies, 3 nnlii on asopth, Bwo.l thru month, 91 -Jit una year, 04:1 MUSICAL. - Vtotor Wiillamt, Muslovl Instruotor. rlCTOR WTTTlAltl3 RftPRCTFfTIi- W LY Inform his friends ivno the wC.Mztrjt of Cincinnati, tbftt he hftH TSerffntliarrt Jnt.er-f.tii., 7N, vhrm IiawIiI hn htiriDV to rocrfvn pnpild on the Piano, uiu.tar. and the Cultlvuuuu of the Voio. Gentlemen w1M ceWe Instnictlofiii on the Gnltar, Violin, Viola, Vtoloncell", and Contra Him In the itlfr at mr. W.'s reiidtnce Performer audi civrntir xivanoe lng or eli gin ft cfvmtlr xlvanoed will be Instructed In qua r tie play ng ot en gmg Instructions in TIMS will be thorough and the jnmructtuiiR torlc miKierate J ttitt notions sleii at private route, en cm. 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. — 1 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. MKIfHY IlKKL efts COW wmi am rtnpiimM, TrOAT.-... OCrOBKlt 1 It if consoling to leans that the mdh of tbs unfortunate collision between Colonel Owen's Irish Philadelphia regiment and cer tain others, la abont to be Inrattiirated. The School of the Soldier. If "under fire" that drill and discipline and much him as much at 70a please, he if nerer loldier until he hat teen ferric in the field Of actual coafiict If ther if any truth in thif idea, how lone; It will require to meta morphose the tplendid train-bandf of the army of the Potomac into troopt of reterant under the present regimen, if a question for mathematician. The propensity of the powers that be to bring them face to face with the enemy may be safely set dawn as in the neighborhood of zero. Under the circumstances, perhaps the practice to bring the different regiments now and then into positions to get a pop at each other, is not bad one: the only difficulty being that we bare to suffer the loss on both sid...

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. — 1 October 1861

WANTED. WAMTH," -FOB BALK," -FOB MMHT," ioer,n "found," BOAMoiaar ii Hi net mi'W AST Hum hitM0t, not erne A 1W1NTED-A O I B L-To do housework I a ?F snail family, vrh.r. there are no child r. a t IS Georfe-et. lirlKTKn-A MAN-Tomrknn.r... I qolre et LINN'S Llvery-staltle, from 11 to WA NT B I A 0 1 k L To run a s-wmn-mv ... chin, on tailoring work. Apply at No. 13 Vnt Silbst , bet. Main and Walnut. eeanb WAWTKD-81T0AT1ON . w v n.i. , a,. 1 i. l vioro tw Koina in me country, Ct , between Cutter and Linn. A girl deilree a sit sework. No ohiec Apply at 0.1 Barr. WANTKD-F0T7R OOOB OIHL8 Who un demand ooat-meklng. to baste for a machine, flood wage, to (nod herd. Apply at the north. at corner of Pearl -it. and Oentral-av. ocl-b WANTKD-Ieo nearly or quite full Blood v Terriers, six or eight month! old. at a low rath (irlca. Add rem, (J. J. J., at I' 6ffli rlce and address. N. B. No fancy price :e, giving P'ti'i. a' One to work on cus tom-made coats, ai.d the e ther on sautaloons. ly at the...

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. — 1 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TrftDAY.... Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Th tlm on th IbUowIM twad to nth mlnntat taster than our HMi with th axoaptloa of th Ohio ad IHlelpl ad IadlanapolU nd Cincin nati wklok fa twrr minute alower. . uttu iun. Vrwirf. iTlWi MaTh...... ............ .nu.M. l.noA.M. (amp Panaison Acoomatlon.. S.UVP.M. 7.01IP M. tiolumbu Accommodation....!. s.MP M. .MA.!. XonU- . 8.00 P.M. 8.00 A.M. ABIITTA ABB OIKCIUlf ATI. Vi .O0 A M. 4.40 P.M. Accommodation.............-.... P.M. N.7 A.M. obio ak HimiiMtrn. Loulnvllle Mall . 4.4 A M. S.M A.M. tit. Louli JJ i sices........... 3.IOPM. 8.10 A M. Aurora Accommodation......... 4.iW P.M. V.10 P.M. COTlHaTOK A LEXIBOTOH. Flnl Trln . .3 A.M. 10.44 A.M. Second Train..-... ...... 1.24 P.M. 7.10 P.M. CINCIHXATI, BtrHMONB ABB IHDIAKAFOLI. Flrrrt Train ?. A M. 9,n P M. Second Train... .. 8.30 P.M. 10. W P.M. riKcnniATi Ann cntoAoo aib-ltni Mall nd Repress . 7.30 A M. .4S P.M. Night Expres .. 6.00 P.M. 8.00 A.M. C1KCIKRAT...

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. — 2 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Jbabliah-ad Ewt Krening, (si ne ATI ixcarria) ST KNBV TIKTCU Sc CO. f B0PB1BT0B. orrira TiH-tT.iOpr ocsroa-not'sn, rEI OirMJlBEiATI DAILY Btsa M delivered, absorlben Im Unclnnatl, Oonnrtoa end innnllu elites and towns, at Eexi, Oexxtat n. Weelt. tATilLI TO TW1 01111 1 a. Plica t Mirtv Slnale copies, 3 cental ons ntjnth, BOo I three months, SI H-1 one year, aj.i MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. w Li infnrmo hit frfpBln and the rttfciiB of Cibclnnnti, tbat he hun TPinoTed to the Koi-th-eat c rtiT r r'evpntlCanrt rrttcrftM t N H7Ht v her he wlil ItA hnnnv to tvcflire pupils on the rino, uuitar, and the Cultlvutiuu of the Voice. (J en tie men will receive ioitrurttnDr. on the Guitar Violin, Viol, Violoncello, and Contra HaM In the ?onlnRP at Mr. W.'g reiidpnco. Per for mora aiinl cftutly advancod will be imtructed In QjiarUe play ing or nlraiiiR. imttuctlom in timi will be thorough And the price mod orate. InfttmctloiiH fflven at prlTAt roAlilenrei. Orders l...

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. — 2 October 1861

THE DAILY PllESS. - HBNBY RKKD Sb COm srma ass rnopsnreon. KIiNKHBV.... ...OCTOBER. ' The Cincinnati Weekly Press. Our Wsbk.lt will bs resdy for delivery Ctrly to-morrow morning. It contains slare nmoust of reading matter from Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri and other point of in terest. Persons having friends at a distance trill find It ft valuable number to send sway, M it will contain condensation of local events for the past week. Price, three cents, pingle in wrappers. On our first page will be found letter from "Hamilton," onr Washington corre spondent. It will be read with interest. It is thought that there need be no appre hensions of an immediate attack on Wash ington. Giniral Fbbmo.st promises that when Trice and the main body of the rebels are an nihilated, he will see to the protection of every Union man In Missouri. Mr. Skward, it is said, has for the last six months been fully convinced that the war would be over and all our difficulties with the South settled in sixty da...

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. — 2 October 1861

WANTED. wants," ron balm," "won nmar," I ftST," "FOVHD," B04SDISO," t.-A4. MrAnuiA Mmtar mUw tkM kseuUawt, not mm4 m HaM, fill b nrui irfor 'A3 mlt. WANTHI-TtN OIRLH-To haste on nut, fork niai hlns.at 'J8 McAllisters; , cast of Broadway, lwtweD Fourth and Fifth. or..ti inoo aectirltr l'0 oiiara. win pay n rr rfnl. r-r annim. uppiy at 1WI vinsat oc-l. WANT?n-. 8KWINO MAUHINB-8 ro ... T band, Hlnger'a. laiiuire of J. I. HAYNKS, Carpi-ntnr, rear of rn h nn., ltakprtt. oc2.li W" I T E O- 8 .ill 0 L A RS - For a Select f. Iio -I . Ilnya and nirle, from five to twel?e years of ea, ai i'ly at il-Aa t'utt-r-Kt., Cincinnati. oc2-h f, y AINTKn-A O I B L-To do housework In a i snan laniuy, wnere there are no children t 19 George-et, ocl-b XVANrEDA UIBL-Tooook, tub end lro-, v io a small family. Booh aa fa-i 'Ting good rfnnmiiienilatloni may apply at 134 Beron'h t., between Hai nnd Kim. oca-b" W" ANTKD-UIBLS-A thorough kitchen. girl, atid a emart, Intelligent nnrie, at f OS Joh. stioet. Kone bu...

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. — 2 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. V K DM KS D A Y - OC TO B B H 4 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Tht time on the following road la ven mlnntei fester than city Unit, with the exception of th Ohio and Mississippi and Indianapolis and Clncln kati, which U twelve minutes slower. L1TTLB ailwt. Psrirf. Jtv pre ...MM ............ T.tu A.M. Wll I. 110 A.M. 0m DonaUon Acon,'tlon ... 3.15 P.M. 4.80 P.M. J."" A M. .00 F .n C limil.ua Accommodation... 8.60 P.M. !. A.t. Aell e.lKJP.M. D.lMJA.Jl IBIITTA A! CINCINNATI. Mall .m A.M. Accommodation ... 8.30 I'.M 4.40 P.M. 10.47 A.M. OHIO AND If TSSISSTPV'I. Lonlivill Mall 4.1 . A M. Ht. Louis Espres 3.1 I) P M. Aurora Accommodation 4.A0 P.lf. 8. .15 A.M. 8.10 A M. V.10 P.M. COT1NOTON AND LEXINOTON. Ylrst Train ........... .U A.M. 10.44 .M. t-econd Traio....... J. 24 P.M. 7.18 P.M. CINCINNATI, EICNMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS. first Train MAM. ..OS P M. Becond train.. o.SO P.M. 10. JO P.M. CINCINNATI AND CRICAQO Am-LINH. Mall ami Kxpies 7.30 A M. . P.M....

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. — 3 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS l,ubllBhd Krerf lSvenlns,; (BUSPAVt iioinu) T MBNHY nKKU Sc CO. . raoPBirroM. orrica Tt-Tjorr. outroa-aorra. XHB 01"inrTATl DA1LT PBKf I. delivered tubeoribere la Cincinnati, Oovlartoa and snrronndtns .Itlee ens town., at "Jk7exa. Oenta em. WeeU PATASUg TO (HI UUUI, Parrs v Mail Single eoplri, 3 anntai on. lawnth, ,Oj ) tiire montha, $1 'i) .me your,,.-! MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. irlCTOR WI!,I,IJIS REPPECTFITI,- v li intoim. hi. fnenria aud the cltlrere of Cincinnati, that lin feu v-movi-d to the North. ea.t c irner of . nentli;ai.rt t'utier.i.1.., Hi :I7N, Vl.pie lie wll ln liannv to n-cplvi r'H'H" on th. fiano, Uultai, and the Ciiltlniiiju of eientlpmin will receive Inatrtictlntia on the Guitar. Violin, Viola, Violoncello, and Contra Bum in tlio eTOTittijr. at Mr. ream. nee. t'orrorm-ir. anm rlintly advanred will be inatructed in qimrtle pluy inn or elrclnc. f netmctiong In ti will be thorough and the an u r iniMirraie. lnati notion, given at pr...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 October 1861

THE DAILY PItESS. HKNIIY nEBD Sc CO., dimm Asn ranraisroiu. THI REPAY IHtllHKIt 3 It is repotted, "unofficially," that General Wool Is to leave Fortreai Monroe. General Mansfield is to succeed him in the wool busi ness st that place. Thi storj of the closing of the navigation Of the Totomac by the rebela, told by corre Bpondentt to the New York papers, tele graphed through the conntry, repeated by the press, universal and official' acted upon, turns out to be "a gross exaggeration." That which gave occasion to it was that the rebels bad planted batteries which com manded the channel of the river, but which, thus far, tbey have not seen fit to me. No vessel Lis been stopped, and therefore the navigation is not closed. Good. Thi rebel Generals have the faculty of dy ing in a quiet way, which would be interest ing enough if they bad not also the faculty of coming to life again. A dispatch to the St. Louis Republican from Jefferson City state that, "many persons who have been in the son...

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

WANTED. WASTS," " FOR BAllf," "ron ir, DST," -FODtlD," BO B Dl It a," 04. At umrMmtMk etmimt mim- lAaM kradnvt, not sees.1. f (fell KM Kill ht iNMHMl turfnor 4.1 anus. OOOli TR'MMKR-At 20i TT Wnt Hfth-st. Liberal wages will be paid. i, literal foc3 bJ VTAMTBl-ll)y-At iOll Citnrt.it., Itmn WW Kim and I'liim, to do housework, wanli df'fie., etc WANTKD-A WOMAN-To work In a photo. v v staph gallery. Due wno understands the One who bufiineHS piefi'tred. A'Mre.s II., th'a orTk-o WANTHD-A MKLoflKON-Uood and cheap, inquire of Mr. DENMS, Organisl, No. ,13 Flfth-st. d l-SrANTIin-TU.N UIHLS-To bante ou sum. ww for a machine, at as McAIH.ter-ii , east of Broadway, between Fourth and Fifth. oe.J.li WANTKD-IMMKlllArKLY-Bightlluod ed Dollars. Will pay 1.1 per cent, per annim. Oood security given. Apply at lfl4 Vlne-nt. oo It' -eTxrANTKIi-A HKWINM MACHINE 8 .roml. WT hand, Singer's. Iniuir. of J. K. UlYHKS, l arnvnter. rear ortipein honne, lianer-st. oc-u- !IinLAB9-For a Select Srhoil. T Buy nm. Oi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TBVRSDAT OCrOBEH.1 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Th. dm on th. following roads mn mlnntei faster than city tine, with the exception of the Onto and Mississippi and Indianapolis and Cincin Bull, which to twelve minute (.lower, LITTLE MIAMI. FTiirem.... ... T.miA M. I.WP.M. Hil - v.iHA.M. J.uoVM. 'arop IVnnison Arcoin'atlun ... 3.1s P.M. T.fxi P M. fVlumlms Accommodation .iw P M. l.m.N, XeQle.......- .iki P.M. 8.00 A.M. MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI. Mali P.iiO A.M. 4.40 P.M. Accommodation .30 l'.M. 10.47 A.M. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI. Inlvll1e Mail 4.4 A M. S.V1 A.M. hi. Louis Espies. 3. "i 1' M. K.10 A M. Accommodation 4. 'O l'.M. 9.10 l'.M. COVINGTON AND LEXINGTON. Vlrst Tnln - .?.! A.M. 10.44 ..M. econd Train.... 2.24 P.M. 7.19 P.M. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS. First T'eln ... . 7.30 A M. 1.0.1 P.M. Bwond lraiu...- 5.30 P.M. 10.20 P.M. CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO AIR-LINE. 7. 3H A M. Might Express .... 6.00 P.M. 8.00 A.M. CINCINNATI, WILMINGTON AN...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS ablibd Kfr Kvenlng,; ISVHPATI XOarTH) . IT BNRY Tl TC IJ A: CO. raoPBirroM. owe rrai-n., on. eeiron-notJia. THE OI HOI SB ATI DA I LI PBKFtll deliver subscribers la Olnelnnatt, Oovlartoa and turrouadln cIMm ui tow, at "X"m. 0x.tats n WoeU ritiiui Toraa oAaaiia. Fate T HAit-Blnde cnplei, 3 eantlt on eonth, ftHcl three months, SI 'A -It on year, St MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. iriCTOR WlUIAIttfl REBPKCTFITli- I inform h In friend and the clt I en-, ol IinclnnM, tbt he ban removed to the Korth-ewt r vrti'-r of KeTentlCuiKl OitlterM,,., Ne H7H, where he will be harpy tu rcive ropilsnnthe Piitno, jiiiUr, ami tb CuLUvitiwu of inn voter. Ontlemen will rereire !nstni',tint on theGnlUr, "Violin, Viola Violoncello, and Contra Bam in the vpni!i(ti at Mr. W.'i residmce. Ptirfoinn-rs giiffl. ciently advanced will be instructed in quartle play ins or ntr-slng. InHrurtionn In Tim will be thorough and the price moderate. Intttiictlotn given at private roablmcog, Ord...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 October 1861

THE DAILY TllESS. HENHY IlKKIJ Jfc CO., imi Am ransrmreaa. FKIDAY. . OCrOHF.lt 4 Tn New Yerk WorW's correspondent Rt Washington ia of the opinion that "the openInff of n offoDsIre campaign It close at ban J.'1 ",We are reaching," he tnjt emphatically, "the end of the beginning." That Is precisely what the editorial correspondent of the Com mercial thought three months ago, when he irent to Old Point Comfort and law the big gun at the Rip Rapt touched off. We hare had ends of the beginning and beginnings of the end until things of that kind bare begun to tmell little fancy. General Fremont not Removed. The story of the remoTal of General Fre mont and the substitution of General Wool in his place, having been contradicted in high official quarters, it is perhaps safe to believe that it is untrue. The reporter ef the Herald was a little in advance of the facts no bad fault, as the times go, in gen tlemen of his profession. We should have given no credit to the story of the Herald stand...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 October 1861

WANTED. iiriNitn-r,Rl To do feneral hoanework. T Apply at 33:i Wiilnnt i. or I 6 TO RCNT-A small House, or part fl of snitable for a amiill family. J. J.i thla ofllr. An ires 0c4-b IVJlNTF.ll- MELODEHN-Hnod mid cheap. WW U'inltet the Denial Depot, ooruur Fon-lh and Walimt-st. oc4-b I7APITR1I A CUUllTKIMnrH-At ! i Weat llflh-st . mineral wskc will be paid. foc3 1 1 J WANTED-BHY-AI -00 C " bin and Pium, to do 1; urt-ftt.. between housework, wash OrS-ll my rt i ftiF-A WOJUAN-To wurk in a rh graph gallery. One who tin-lrrftanclt hoto- th DiiFinfBi itrorerrwi. ArMreis B., thin offl.r e3.b tVANI'"A MEUiBKnN-Uood and cheap. luauiio cf Mr. INN18, Organist, So. IMS oc3 d WAN1 FO-TWKLVK fl N N1CRS - Add'v Im n mediately At KKKNAN. OlIMMEU J"0.'B Ooal-hucket Menufactery, No. 1141 West Fifth it., between Plum and Ootral-av. ocl-b WANTF.n-THRKB It OMS-In a raiptcla hla pilvate bouse, without hoard, by a gen tleman and widowed alitor. Locution must, ba central Addrts W. B , Press Orllcii. ocl-b 1...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY.. ..OCrOBKH4 Railroad Bulletin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. The tlm. on lb. following road la seven mlnnlee aster tha city tin, with th. exception of th. Ohio nd Mississippi nd Indianapolis .ad Cincin nati, which I twelve minute. (lower. 11TTLB MIAMI. P'part. Arrh. Fvpreen.. ...... , ,,t,e , Be 7 Ml A M. 4.5(1 P. t. Mull 9.(10. M. 2.00 A.M. Camp Dennlson Accnm'atlou ... i.DF.V. 7.nnP M. t'ntimbu Accommodation 8.1m P.M. 1..R1 A.l. Xenhw........ 8.00 P.M. 8.0UA.M. BtABtBTTA ABB OIBCimvAVt. Mail ....... 8.00 A.M. 4.10 P.M. Accommodation. ...m 8.30 P.M. 10.47 A.M. omo ami Miaaiaaim. lonliivMIe Mall ........... 4.4.1 A M. B..UV A.M. St. Lruls Express 8.(0 P M. 8.10 A M. Aurora Accommodation......... 4. no P.M. V.IO P.M. covikotob Attn LixmaTo. First Train - 8.13 A.M. 10.44 A.M. Second Traill 3.24 P.M. 7.18 P.M. ("TNCINKATl, niCHMOSD An 1N0IABAF0MII. Flrat Tmln ......................... 7.30 A M. 9.w P M. Second IralD.. 8.30 P.M. 10. JO P.M. CIBflBBATI AND CHI...

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