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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 October 1861

THE DAILY TEESS Xvbliahd Ewnr Kwenlnsr, (tidats nomii) JM IT K TCI J . Sc CO. TBOPB1BT0BJ. " orrrcs-Tnii-w.( cry, ovtroa-aovn, tHB OIHOniaATI DAILY PB IBB Is dellvere nbsorlbert la Ulnolnnatl, Oovtartoa ana uiruuuujDj Bill! m KIWI S, of cent n WeaU PATAIUI TO Tl OABklia. rates T MAtt-Slngle copies, 3 eentst en math, HOc.i three months, mi 'ASt on year. 83 MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. t7-IOTOll WIM.IAIH RESPECTFrL- v hi lniuima his friends and the citizens oi Cincinnati, that he ha removed to the North-east corner of tteventh"aoii fjiitter-ste., Ne "Where he wl)l be har-nr to rerelva pupils on the l'iano, Uultar, and the (Jultivatiuu of the Voice. Oentlenien will receive Instructions oa theGnltar, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, and Contra Baas in the Tunings at Mr. W.'a residence. Performers sufti iently advanced will be Instructed in qnartle alar 1ng or siDiflne;. fnstnintlnns in Tim trill be thoroogh and the price moilerate. instructions given at privets residences. O...

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. — 5 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MJUNIIY Ac CO, anvai a rnorairroa.. f At I'RDAV ..October a W re forbidden by special order from General McCleilan to lUte what we do not know; but m tbe Commercial man (aid, when be law them touch off the big gnn at the Rip rap?, something ii ffoing to be dna. A rkpobt bat reached this city that John C. Breckinridge wag shot by mistake, by one of his own pickets at camp of rebels of which be was at the head, in Greenup County, on Thursday. If it had been re ported that he was killed in battle, tbe story would hare been entitled to no credit what ever, as stories of that kind are not reliable; but who, on either side, can protect himself e gainst the carelessness and ignorance of bis fellow soldiers? It would be instructire to learn how many chance homicides there hare occurred in the Federal army since the war began. More About Fremont. seems - from the Evangelical Tribune this time in stead of the Satanic Herald that there was Something in the story of the withdra...

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. — 5 October 1861

WANTED. WAtm,- ron balm," -fob mm b t," roer," -rovsD," boarding," tc.-A. wmrKtmmmk turn tmder Omt Uadinf, Hot aMMsV 4nf fm Nmi, will ks tnrU4 Met far 9S Malt. WANTBIV-OIBL-To do general housework. Awpiy at 93:1 Walnnt-st. o, 4.b WATSTKD-TO BENT A small Hmse, or part of owe, suitable for a small family. Address JJ. J., this office. oct-b .VANT,il)- MELOIlRON-Hood and clieap. 7 Ir-'iulraat the Dental Depot, corner K.mrth nd WaTnnt-ste. oo4-b TVANTKU A MK'.OUKdN-UiHxi and chf in. J Intuire of Mr. DINN1S, Organlit, No. WANTKD-A GIB L To do ctaamborwork. Must come well recommended, and under Hand watting on table. Apply at 160 Horn-it. foci b'J JVANTBO-Tn Ooat liastera and one Girl to 1 T run a machine. None but (rood Hands need truly. Ir'jiiire at 180 Vest Biith-st between Kim and t'lina. ecs b mrAITFn-TO REHT-A Cottage or small I v detached Honso, of four or fire rooms, at a moderate rent, In aplcasant pnrt of the city. Ad stress, with terme. B. 11., Press Office ocA-b l1VNTRI)-l HMlD...

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. — 5 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HATURDAY. Octobers A REMARKABLE DOG. In lb fall of 1843 T made fcjourncy from central New York down through the eastern part of Pennsylvania to the city of rhila )f Iphia, in a lumbering old stage coach. To make matteri aa disagreeable as possible, chanced that early one evening I was roused from a sort of traveling dose by a sort of crash and jar, and the settling down of the front part of the vehicle. The fore part of the axletree had broken close to the fore -wheel, and until it could be repaired we Could not proceed further, i " There's a small village back here about three miles," said the driver, " to which I am going to take the horses, and you may cither come with ma or get lodging In a farm-house close by." As I was the only passenger, I preferred (he nearest lodgings j and getting the driver to assist me in removing my luggage thither, I asked entertainment of the farmer, who assented in a cordial manner; and in less than an hour I was seated at table, and...

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. — 7 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS FublUbed Kwenr Kenin, (bund aicarr.P) SJV M KNKV HKRU Ac CO. otrici Tnmt.1 ore, mmm-novn. fHS OIHOTASIATI DAILY PBEBU It delivered gberther In Cincinnati Oovlsrtoa and -nrronnding oltlet and lewnl at Tsa. CntM WeeU PAraSt. TO TBI tilllll, Phci v Wail Single cpt'S, S ants; on gftt'Oth, flOo.t thre months, l 'J( on year, W.I MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. mrl-TTOR WITJJAMS BttPISCTFCI- v Li it form. IiIh friuDIa and th rWlKrnii of Circinrmtl, that he hw moved to .hp N'rthfit r riiT of ISevrnthrattrt tlnlter-stti , Ii?S k rp tin will tin timiDY tu n-OHtlvn jnipilr on tb9 Piano, uniUr, an-1 the Ctiltivuiiou of iiif voire. Jiftutl. men wilt receWe irntTiict.on oq the On Mar, Tiflin, Viola, V Mom1 Ho, tni Joi'tra llnxs In the rtnipfrii at Mr. W.'n rntnmo. IVrrorm1 iiffl rfntly Rihencpd will be iusttucLed In (juArtto play nig or PirginR. Iiiftni' tlons in Tim "tor Ice niodrrfttn. ill be thorough And the Jnntniclt )it tlvfn et private rfftMenr.ni. Order litt m...

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. — 7 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNHY ItKKD CO.. nmu in raoraiamM. morDA., The Gazette and the Reliable Gentleman. Tbe Gazette att mpts to fun of the "r liable gentleman" who escaped from tbe South after trouble! and dangers Innumer able, wbo to-day brings Intelligence that tbe rebels are few in number, naked, unfed and mutinous, and to-morrow informs ns tbat the j are a vast army, abundantly supplied with trtrj thing' necessary to make the soldier comfortable and efficient. The Ga sette quarrels wiib Its own bread and batter. When each reliable gentleman wbo escapes from tbe South is good for a sensation item, and each side of tbe story creates a demaud for tbe other, what better state of things should a newspaper desire? If the thing sails the public, it also sells the edition, and there is probably no concern in the country that has been more ready to get the first hold of tbe reliable gentleman and make the most of bim than the Gazelle. The Testament and the Troops. Mr. Neff, tbe President of ...

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. — 7 October 1861

WANTED. WANTS, "FOB Nit" "FOB BBN T," X afiT," - FOUND," BOAnDlNQ," te.-AA' MTfUOTMnli xrt imibr Mm Aasdlafli, sms) mom ft A HnM, mitt bt tntrUA (wfaxor 'J 3 ma. WANTFP T'ORTRR AND BKliti-niiY-ftf. ply at the Madison FT -ine, Covington, Kj. oc7 bl WANTKD-A MltUllIKON-HiwI ami ch"p. Uqiiire of Mr. DINN1S, Organist, No. :)5 rmh it. or3 n WJITtl-(H to MBS. IMNOVKHS Mil. linory ratalillthn ant. 1 90 Fifth lit , bttrin Tim anil Plnm, and buy a bonnet at unction, Tnaf dny anil Friday morningr, at A o'clock ec7 tf WaKTKD-MOD BOARD- v and iHdy. In -ll a mtt.tloman famflr wham thai ara no ether boarders. Addrfn ,1 II, II., this office. oc7-bJ -To cook, wash and Iron, ?tnrv TAfaratinaa. A tier- man Rlrl preform). Apply Immediate' at vl Vfne-st., corner of Sltth. oo7-h TTilNTFD-A GIRL- V Murt tirinR satisfactory references. TJVANTKD-g.'VOII for six ruontln or a yinr. VV A liberal Interest will be paid, anil si'cnrlly given on Iniprovfil property worth throe times the amount. Address F. O. nor ...

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. — 7 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY..... .............. Oil TUB KB r Hamlet at a Minor Theater. One of Ihe most characteristic sketches of Mr. Dickons in his reoent novel, 11 Great Expectations," is his description of Hamlet, as played In a minor London theater. He hns written fewer chapters more amusing and graphic: On our arrival In Denmark, we found the King and Queen of that country elevated in two arm-chairs on a kitchen table, holding a court. The whole of the Danish nobility were In attendance, consisting of a noble toy in the wash-leather boots of a gignntio ancestor, a venerable Peer with a dirty face, who seemed to have risen from the people lato in life, and the Danish chivalry with a comb in his hair and a pair of white silk Jogs, and presenting, on the whole, a femi nine appearance. My gifted townsman stood gloomily apart, with folded arms, and I could have wished that his curls and fore head had been more probable. Several curious little ciroumstances transpired as the action proc...

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. — 8 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Fubliabad Krr Krentns, (strroiTt nnrm) ' -T- . W ' . HENRY RHRD & CO, f gopiiiTuaa. . . , mil' Tm-n.jO. cifNt-iDDn, THF. OIBOIRIiTl tAILT FBEHHIi deliver1 absorlbers la Oteotneetl, Onnortn ul . turroaaatn him u4 tewns. . Ten - 0T3.tMi : WoeU VlTAIUs WTM 011111, - . Ftc v Mait,-Blngla copies. S nr; on ..nlh, Wc.) three nonths, ft tj.l one year. H.l MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musioal Instructor. "iriOTOR WIM.IARIS RKHPKCTFI Ti- w L fntiinn, hie frirmle and the Olivers of Cincinnati, that he lix fernowl to the hnrth-eavt earner of revcnth;and Cuter-ata., N vhere he will he happv to receive pnpiln on the Piano, Uuitar, aud the Cultlvutiuu of the Voice. ientleiiien will receive Initrnctlopa on the Guitar, Violin, Vloli Violoncello, and Contra IImk in the ventnga at Mr, W.'a reaidiuce. Pnrforrucn audi ciently advanced will he instructed In uuartle play. fnatnictlona' la tirtce modernta. tihb will bo- thorough and. Hie iiiati in tiKua given at private residence. Order, 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. — 8 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HIUXliY I11CK1J 3c CO., Barrens aaa riopBineu. TIFNDAV . ocr-.ltK.n 8 Tbtki will be no Fait held at RichmonJ, Indiana, tbli joar. Mr. Fobdick's poem, "Tubal Cain," re published by request of the Sketch Club of this city, -will be found oa the fourth p(je. Thi Gazette thil morning thinks that Washington is safe. The Louisville Journal of yesterday thought otherwise. Both are probably correct; but both need confirma- 'on' ' Ths L'nited States steamer Potchatan, in thase of the Confederate privateer Sumter, seems to hare excellent luck in finding 'where she has been. It is the story of the Hibernian flea: "When you put your finger on him, be isn't there." Rev. Dr. Gubi.it, who in his Fast-day ser mon in Washington stated that the abolition of capital punishment in some of the States was the cause of the rebellion, has been called to the pulpit in Chicago lately occu pied by Dr. Rice. If he had pursued his af finities, Dr. Gurley would haye gone South, where, if account...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 October 1861

WANTED. WANTS," nrOH BALK," "FOB MM NT," I OBT," rOVND," BOAttblBO," SH.-A4-xi Kummik tmlm surfer IAbm kadw, t w tnt Nmi li Itiissarts Mm or 1)3 am. HTANTJKD-A GSRMAN 01 BL To do hoiuf. iff wora. appir as a juveraii-it. cw It. KBITH. "mTANTKn-A HlV-Onrmn preferred, (it Hi Iff Miroll BilUard Hoem, corner of Central. sr. and Flfthst. .XVANTEO-rORTItB, AND BF.LL-HOY-Ap-'l f f pi 7 at the Madison H"iise, Covington, Kr. Ioc7 b'l HHTANTUn A rillBT-BATB FARM-HAND Wllllna tn vrrk. whn rati hrlnfl- f f Able and willing tn patlsfartory torommerdaHorjfl a to character, eto. B. 8. (JARPEKTKI1, an Went Tbird-iit oct-h mirAMTKIf-FIFTY (JAP-M AKBS Htea.lr 1 f emr-lovrnent and Rood prim. Applyatlit fjtimtt Markot-st , between Svranioro and Brond. far. (.ocS-b'J Q 8ALOHHAN, Agent. WMNTKII-A 81TCATI0N-Br njoune; ladr. f v i an roiivl.t. nr tn attend In a atore. Writes an elegant hand, and ran Hive unexceptionable ref erences. Adilren A. B., Press UHioe. oo8-b UmTANTltn-A 81THAT10N--Br a Tour-- girl, ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 October 1861

THE DAILY -PRESS. Tl PBDAY ..OCrOBKr8 ORIGIN OF THE PLOW. INSCRIBED TO CYRUS GARRETT BY W. FOSDICK. When tint th. blacksmith's trade began, t ar o'er the dark blue main. Tie first thnt tvrted the sword fbf man Was xtiirdT Tubal Cain : V her. Jordan', sr.ur. watere came Down to the lea's smooth shore, Be mood beM th. rnddy flame, And made bit fltrnnce roar. II. t.ok tha black ore from the gronnil And melted It Ilka wax, A nd with a Muw of thundering sound tie wrought the battle-ax. H a eteel uior the anvil gleamed, White as the Mornlrg Htar, With many a Miw it shrieked aad creamed, And lo ! the cf merer f The lahhlon flashed then Anton light, With many a polished glance. The gl ttering spear, ami halbert bright, The heeo and brilliant lance. And still hie Itirnac. sparkled red, otlll rolled hie ebon moke. And still hii altdge high o'er hie head Came down with heavy stroke. He stacked p arnii for time or need, And made the Mite iteel shriek. He taught the Tertian aud tlie Mede; The Co...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Published Krery ISrrntng, CicRSAn xorrD) V II KJVH."V 11KKI) Ac CO. , FBOPBIKTOM. orrics TiufctT., opt. cwrou-Ronip. f HE OlFOHlHATl DAILY PRIM to delivered i snbscrlbers In Olnclnnatt. Oovtvunoa and aurroandln eltle and towns. M Tom. Gntm t X7"ol. rs tails, to rwi esaur. Fir T M ait, "Ingle cnpt.s, 3 cent: one psvnlh, BOa.l three months, SI 'A3 one yeir.S.I MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. wrrcToit vii,i,ivi rehpuctftjIj- v i.l iniuims nm Inco'li and the eltlzcrs o( Olnclnniitt, that he hu removal t3 the Nurth-eA.t crner of Siivontlirmi'l (iiitier-ats., Ne .'I7N, vliere lie wilt be limnv to recclv-, pupils n the Plnno, Uultar, and the Oultlviitn (lentlrinen will receive Instructions on the Guitar, V lel'ti. Vloln, Violoncello, and Contra Buns In the evenings at 4!r. W.'s retid.nce. PerlornnTs snitl clr ntly advanced will lie Instructed in iiiui lie pluf 111ft or Hlrcing. Inrtnirtlone In tim Hill be thorough and the price modcrMe, lntriutl ma Riven 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. — 9 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. HKNHY IIBKO As CO, btnm an raoniBTom. WenNRfaUAlr.. ..HjroBltrt t (ur old friend Isaiah Thomas, of Spring field, in this State, long yeari ago connected With the fress In tbli citj, and well known to many of our citizen--who ha been for Borne time past the Washington correspond ent of this paper has bss appointed United Slates Consul to Lagnayra. Tin Second Ohio Regiment, which left Camp King on Sunday last for Paris, Ky., arrlred safely at the latter place without having shot any negroes on the road, nor killed any of its own members through care less handling of fire-arms. Whether this ex traordinary continence of the regimental muskets was in consideration of the aacrr ti neas of the day, or on account of the superior discretion of the troops, does not appear. The Gazette denies that it carried wntor cn both shoulders In respect to General Fre mont. The appearance of a fact depends much upon the way it is stated. The Gazette went it pretty strong one way, and the...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 October 1861

WANTED. IV. lAv wastii," ron balb," "roB nr," 77 t wr." -rovnD," boabdiro," a. av u rtismswss eimliie wuhr ItoM uHs, Bos' I ta Aw Km, to InirM Hrftw 'AS smat. ANTED A BAKI B At No. IIS W.,t Ittn-ni. or9h ANTEO-A OKKMAJI GIRL To do house- koib. APfiy at, a.vereii-st. , ocs b B. KEITH. IVATED-A BOY-Grman Brsferred. at the sinsnoiia niutata Hoom, curner ol Ontral- and Fifthat. VNT"ll,VtH1ilt BANDS -Ten girls, t w v run nuiKcr vi m: p , n f. . Ann f in ihi ih v,i nory, -vt n opiwixn ijina ana Baymiller, m-y--j WANTEII-A SITUATION To do gennral housework, or SB cook. (TnriMrat.nrt. u-Kh. Ins: and Ironing. Apply at ths Cincinnati Fennsln Seminary, corner of Seventh nnd Mound. c-b VVA'STEn-A 'IBBT-B4TB FABM-IIAND vv Able and willing to work, wbo ran bring flium ictm-v rrTnmnitrustioTis as to character, em. B. 8. CARFGMTRIt, 3 West Thlrd-t ocfl-li TTAISTED FIFTY (JAP-M AKAKN Htetvly , pniploynient and good price. Apply nt ft 1 .Lower MarliM iit between Svcftmor aud Broad YfRy. lOCB-b! U PA ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WkDNKHDAY. OCTUIIEIt 0 Heavy Ordnance—Why Guns are Cast Hollow. A well-writ ten article recently appeared 5n die New YorV l'oit on heavy ordnance, referring particularly to the fifteen-inch gun ut Fortress Monroe. The writer evinces a much greater degree of familiarity with the matter than Is apparent In the gonerallfy of newppnper articles which have appeared in the East on this subject. He speaks In very flattering terms of Captain Rodman, the discoverer of the principle of "liollow ensting" guns, and the manufacturers, Knup, Rudd & Co., of this city. Cut in speaking of the defects of the guns cast solid, which the prinoiple was intended to remedy, the writer appears to have wholly misunderstood the cll'ect of the contraction of metal upon solid guns. He says : " So long as pieces of a small caliber were the only kind in use, the evils resulting were not very serious, though it was inva riably found that in boring these guns the lmrdrst and most compact materi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 October 1861

THE DAILY l'UESS Pixbliahad Krry Kvealna. Ihs thunDAT iniRii) MBXTXl'V HKEU cv-oo; FBOPBHTUBS. orrici Tnri-n., on. ornToa-norii, rBX OT WOT ATI DAILY PBS.SS k asltvered pubserlbeni In Cincinnati. Oovtartna ana , surrowadlna allies ui towns, at Xt4x 0M.ti a Woek PAVaBI.I tO TBI OAlkllB. Patrs T Mail Single copies 3 tents; ens saunth, SOc.l three months, 91 one year. St MUSICAL. Victor Williams. Musioal Instructor, triCTOR WILLIAM HEPKCTFtTL- V L inromm bin frieodn una the oHIrena of Cincinnati, that he h removedtfl the North-east c rnnr of Herenthnd Cntlcr-st., N 37S, vhfT hp wlil b hftDDV to rereiVB J n pi In on the Piano, wulUr, and the (Jultivuiiun pf h Voice. Ontlf men will receive Insfrnrtfout on the Guitar, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, and Ooittra flw In the 'Bveninftn it M r. W.'i TMiMice. Pfrlorni'Td sufti otently advanced will be iuntructed in qtmrtle play inm or n.iiir.n.v rnhtnutlonfl In time ulll be thorough and the InitrnctliiiiH fffven t rrlrate redidennoii. Ordem left 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. — 10 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. lllKY RBKO Sc CO.. nrrwaf in riormiirou. TBIBfOAY The Cincinnati Weekly Press. The Wmklt Fbisi for thia week li now ready for delivery. It contains a large amount of interesting news matter from the South, together with the latest war and local news op to the hoar of going to press. Price: three cents single, la wrappers; $1 year, or twelte copies for $9. Thibi are those- doubtless they are Seces tionists, or rery wicked persons who Insist that this war, at lesst so far as our side is concerned, Is contractors' war. Gbnibal McClillan is in favor of serving out tobacco to the soldiers. It increases their comfort and cheerfulness. Would not daily ration of opium be an improvement? or are they quiet enough without it? A corbbbpondmt says that the tide of regiments Is very strong toward the Capital just now, twenty-fire thousand troops having reached there last week. Tbe correspondent would confer a favor if he would inform the world what the Govern ment intends to do w...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 October 1861

WANTED. WdBTfl," "FOB Mil," "FOB MM ST," 10BT," " FOUND," BOARDING," te.A4. n Hiiiiiii taa day ( Undtnf, not mutt Imf Hm Hm miO UUmru4 ttrif fm A3 ama. V rnth-st. BAKE B At Ho. 1IH Weat oc9 h V N T B D 1 " " B 1 T V T T w" ' r V w ni.a.r., ajipit at tvreen Court and Olark. Bittenhonaoat . I a. oo'0-i WANTKO-A GIKi.-T.du oh.i,berwork and twln, at Ho. 386 Wt Thirds! , ittg Fmlth anil Park. ncl' -l ANTED A GERMAN OIRL-To do jrn- eral hoiiMwork In a imall fanillr. Aeplr t 136 t)'' t. ooiK-i, WANTKD-nOAUDIflQ-Df .ingla f'ritl man, In private. lamll. Address Im-ne 1. t.ly, B. B., Qatte Office .in. h PSBTNEB-Wifi a ran cup!. v la -tnrlogj drM II tal Of SM1. In a Itffht anil nrnfltahla munhci TnTinB mininM, now in uccesaful operation A i I'rmi Offloe ad. oclo-d V A rTKD TWENTY HOOD H AST R KB To work on armv clothing, at north. east corner of George at and Central av., up stairs. Good onea only need apply. oclO-b ANTED SIIUATIONS-Ily twa reipcctabla glrla ; ona to coi.k In a private family ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS.! TI1U B BPAT...M OCTOB E R 1 0 Food—Quantity Required—Sleep After Food—Quantity Required—Sleep After Eating. Tbe Oornhill Magazine has an interesting fcrticloon this subjeot, from which we quote : EAT LEISURELY. If (o digest our food we should enjoy It, it should, of course, be taken leisurely, and In a pleasant frame of mind. The cheerful society of friends should not be absent Chatted food, the proverb says, is half di gested. And the longer time spent over the meal thus socially enjoyed has its part in the benefit. Next to anxioty, the worst foe to digestion is hurry; and this for several reasons. The stomach, in its normal action, contracts on eoch morsel.as it is swallowed, and relaxes again to receive the noxt. In sufficient time allowed for this interfere with the rythm of its movements and dis orders the play of its muscles. Cramps and painful feelings of distention could have ns more likely cause. That haste cuts short mastication is obvious, and on the per...

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