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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 October 1861

HE DAILY PRESS ubliahed Kwerr Krenlng, (bdrdavi moirr) IT R, V" RKKU & CO. raoPRi'TOM. orpins vnta-tT., opr. otvroa-BOrn, hi CIBOTBltATi PAILT PB8 k delivered tabeertbere In Olnelnnatl. Onvlarto. and ewroandlng etties u tewee, at S3. Oeuta a "A7"ela. pataiui to TKt OAIAIII. t'ur. v tlATL Rind, costal). .1 rmli' on. 'nth, 50c. three months, a I one yr, a.l MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. IirlCTOR WII.MAitlS RKSPECTKUI.- ' w LV Inlorin. hi friends and the Icltirens ol Cincinnati, (hot ha baa removed to the North-post r ,rncr of pvpnwin yiieia lie f T.'ipils on I I tl.o Vnl v,Seventli;nid !iitler-nts., N 378, lie win be liHDnv to n-celve i tue nano, umiar, ann me uuitivuuou 01 n. (.entleinpn will receive Instructions on thaOultar. Violin, Viola, Violoncello, an(i Contra Bass In tha evening nt Mr. W. 'a resiilruce. lerl'oriiit-rii sum.. clently rulvanced will lie instructed in quartle play - lug or slr-gine;. Ini Fnttrilctiotll In TIMS 111 be thorough and the ntlne mod...

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. — 11 October 1861

THE DAILY PHESS. HBNBY IlKKIJ Ac CO, Dim in psorxrirrna. HI DAY.... ..OCTltnKK 11 Progress of Truth. -tera Inlet stated that two boat, loaded with rebels, bad been destroyed by the attacking party. The next Informed us that two tloopt bad been Sunk, with all on board ; and the third gare the astounding Information that two or three tteamere had gone down, with all their freightage of men and material, under the irresistible force of our cannonade. Whether the official report will inform us that the entire rebel nary was annihilated on that occasion, or will reduce the sum of its lots in water-craft to its original dimen sions or lower, is a point upon which we must wait to be instructed. The Blair-Fremont Papers—Mr. Belman's Statement. It is a very pleasant story that the Com mercial relates about the way the Blair Fremont documents found their way to the world ; but it looks fishy nevertheless. There are too many fortuitous coincidences. Chance does not do things so neatly. Mr. Cor...

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. — 11 October 1861

WANTED. KTV." ii mi "FOE MBKT," i DAT," " tOVKD," BOAUDina," ma. At- MfiM, MJ t (wrM so MS ATANT K I- Bl X GOOD HASTERS-To work ' oa blouses and pant, Apply at Nci. I HO li-b O ANTKW-TWO GIRLS-To basts sail finish flrmoonts Ooril hsnds can get steady work .'ipplylns: BllTlMin-l ecll-o ITANTKDIM MEPI ATKLT Twenty pant--t n.nkcn, Applv at 33 Bittenhouie-at . ! fn Court and ;irs. ocie-ii rANTKD-A GIRL-T.i do chamber work and v m m, at no. ilhH west 1nlrd.it . iwtwm' 1 filth and Park. orl(i-b (IRK MAN (ilRb-To do K'n. ApplT at OclO-b JurtNTRn ! prnl housework in a tiuall fsmllr :H Claik-st. m.T ANTF.D-BOARDINO v man. In prlvuto minny, iieiy, tt. . uazMte nmce Br a slnnta irentle. Address immolt oclO b I m,TAlNTKD w w j-atl Iron. TO REN T A email amount of Fnrnltnre. Satisfactory rffrrences Addrets Mrs J F.. through the Poet-efike. (oell b IITAKTRn- v V nlnlied or unfurnished. -A email Home or Collage, fur. r unfurnished, within fifteen mln- ntiV wlk of the Poet office. Addrois, etatlng ...

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. — 11 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. FHIHAY OCTOBER II [From the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.] AD PORTAS. BY GEORGE H. BOKER. O brother hards, why stand ye stlett (II, Amidst Ihw f!n- of noble strife, While drnm aad file, ai.d the tierce trni rnmpet rail, Awake the land to life? r.ow la the litre. If ever time there lu, To utrise aloud tli ki.utkI I tie lyre, To touch the heroe of our limy cause Ileal t deep with ancient Are. 'Ti not for all, like Norman Talllefero, To sing b. lore the warlike honle Our latheis' glories, th" great trnnt we bear, ALd strike with harp and sword. Kf r yi t to frtrae a lay bn moving rhyme Shall flow in mn.lc North acd South. And till with passion, till llie end of tune, The nation's choral mouth. Irtt surely, ahi'e onr conntrv rorki and reels, Your tv i etly-warbied olden strains Would mitigate the deadly shock she feels, ALd soothe her la tier pains. r'ome knffiht of old romnnre, In full career, llennl or his bead i lie sky-lark sIdk, ALd r iiiKlr it, leant upon bit bli...

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. — 12 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS I'abllahed Urerr Honlng, canar nc.rrso) AT KNHV rtlSTCIJ Ac rauPBiBTOBi. CO. orrtta viaa-tr., orf. custom -Born. f Hit nSM'I"9ATI DAILTPBIKSI delivered nbor1tr In Olnolnnatl, Ocvl.rto and nrroiodlBt oltles and tow., at Ten Gtttxtm , Woeli raratL to Tna ciaair. Pair v Hm-flngls r-nplr. s ent: or awnlh, 50c I thr.-s mouths, HI a.j rn yenr,.! MUSICAL. Victor Williams, Musical Instructor. f-TIOTOn WII.Majis ItKiaPKCTFI'I.- ill ininrtu his Irliu.I. and the citizen ol Cim inti.ul. tht lie linn removed to I lie Koi th-f-ast. cjrner of rev, ntlijinrl tutier-sts., N where howi'l be Iirmiv to f'-cehd pupil, on the l'i.tio, tiuitar, end the Cultivuuiju of llie Voice. JJentlf men will rei.eKe, inptriietlnr-. on the Gnite.r, ulin, Viola, Violoncello, and Cont'-n Has. In tliu evening, at M r. W.'s residence . Performer-i a-iffi-rlently advanced will be instructed in iiuartle play. lnK or sinning. Instruction In tim a will to thorough anil tb price moderate. JntTii tl me given at p...

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. — 12 October 1861

THE DAILY F11ES& HKNHY IIB1K13 Ac CO Dmn a., raorairroi. (ATIKDAY.. Fourth Page. More thin the nantl amount of interesting newi matter will be found on the fourth page of this issue. A corrispohdknt of the New York Timet date not mentioned reports heaTy firing apparently from Matthias Point. The news was received from a reliable gentleman from the Maryland shore of the Po torn sc. Tub TJnitah Valley, which Brigham is said to have coreted and the Government hos dedicated at an Indian reserve, is represented by a recent writer as a poor, gravelly country, unfit for agriculture. The Saints are already leaving it in disgust. Speaking of the quiet which is maintained in Washington, Mr. Russell, the correspond ent of the London Times, says that " at mid night you can hear a pin drop in the street." The size of the pin is not mentioned. Patriotic Young Ladies. Certain young ladies of Logansport, Ind., have been making Judies of themselves by passing a series of desperate resolutions ab...

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. — 12 October 1861

WANTED. IVfTF O-OOOU PA UTS For r,--rr m irtrgfi well" Ape ly t Mo. NO Hot v InrnlHhea from room enth-at , near Vine. WANT BO-BIX GOOD BA8TKIIH-T0 work on blouee. and pante. Apply at No. 169 ntter-at. osll-h -TO but tal fln!h ly applying at It I tlalmt ccil-e V V nneooara. tn-IO RKNT-A 7)1H . f .1 four to fire food rooma. not ntur mil. ra ttle Pot ofliro, at Hlinnt troto .M per mt At. ply toIQQEBH A CO., lrl8Malnt oris. b 117ANTEP-T0 RKN T A a,.,ll ,.,.,.., ,.t wv I'arinr Fnrnltnrn. Ral.r.. t.,r I lren. Adilrois Mm . t. F.. through the Fott-enVe. IOC1I O'J V ANTKIi-A mll Home or Cottase, ftir- nUhed or ntfiirninhM, within fifteen mln ntee' walk of the 1'oat oulce. Adilreie, etating tenna and location, W, K , thli offlra ocll-b' ANTKD-A SITUATION -A Proreail.nal Oooa or at Laundre; alio a altnatlun aa Chnmhermaid or Nurae. Beit of reference. Ad drca K, thia 0M00. ocll-li VKTRB-A PATITNER-Wlth acaho"ipi- tnlol fvo, In a light and profUahle mannlao luripff hminr-M, now 1u ucceHnful ope...

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. — 12 October 1861

THE DAILY PItESa KATl KOAY-. ...OCTOHBR 1) VIVE LA FRANCE! A Sentiment o.feml at the Vinntr He IT t Tt. the Prims Kayolem, nl lite Borers Home, Sept. 2S, 181. VIVE LA FRANCE! BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Tlie lntid ofsunshlneand of long 1 Her name your hesrts divine : To her I he banquet's vowi belong Whoa breasts have poured Its win t Our truty friend, mir true ally Through varied change and ch ance i So, Oil jour tla'hlng goblets high I glvo yon, Vive la France I Above onr hosts In triple folds The self-same colors spread, Whore Valor's faithful arm upholds The blue, tbe white, the red j Alia each nation', glittering rrest Reflects the morning's gUnce Twin eagles soaringeast end west j Once more, then, Ive la Fiance I Sinter In trial t who shall count Thy generous friendship'sclaim, V hose blood ran mingling in the fount 1 hat gave our land its name, Till Yorktown saw In blended Hue Our conquering aim, advance, And victmy's duub.e garlands twine Our banners 1 Vive la t rance I O land...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS VabLiohoel Mworr Slrenlnc, . , ,'iogPAVi rrxomFri.i - ST ' I ' ' ' M KNIIV IlKF T J se CO. raorEirtOM. orrtra. Tnm.iwr. oottob koc. CBX OISOIBHATI DAILY FBFPg to dsllv.red mbeoribere la Olpotanatl, ttovlar ton end Brronilnl eltlM ui tewm. at PATal.a tO TBI fMUUB. Paid v Msris fllngle rentes, 3 sent: or amain, BOc 1 tfrrrs months, 1 tl.f 1 nne year. MUSICAL. riUlK I,ATM;T0T STOCK OF PIANOS m. in t.incinrati can tin luiiuu at "A Vi fit t'onrlli l 1 and it 11m will 1 give me a cull before ton buy, you fftfiTftfi will find that roy price nan not Ml J J l J 1 itctueniber tbe number 7 ii Went Fourth-st. C. M. Muiton. Old Plants tnken In exchange for new. oct-tf IpIANOH FOR UKNT.-I HAVB on ML tftnd 1xtv.flve new and seonnil- tiai A I' I mi on thst I will rent by the! month, end let the rent my fir th Piano j or will rent by the quarter V a lnw ft n y other tiru.e. ntti lit number the number 79 Wssl Fourth it CM. IMURCII. Old Planoa taken In exchange far new. ocl-tf .NEW BO ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 October 1861

THE DAILY F11ES& HKNHY ItKKIJ Ac GO, pmM An raorairroa. mONDAY ....OCTOBER 14 Fourth Page. On the fourth page of this paper will be found n Interesting article from the Rich mood Examiner on "What the South pro poMt to do." Tat telegraph Informs that battery oa new has been erected on the Potomac. At recent dUooreriei hare shown that nearly all the nnmeroni batteriei erected on the Potomac daring the lait fonr months hare been works of the imagination, it is probable that this report is reliable. Ginbbai. McCljulah had his army in order and tendered the rebels "an appeal to the God of Battles" yesterday morning the day of the Christian Sabbath. How General McClellan, after bis proclamation, found it in his heart to do such a thing, is more than we can understand. We beg him to remem ber how clearly it was demonstrated by a large number of our ablest divines, after the battle of Manassas, that the defeat of our forces on that occasion was solely the conse quence of the desecratio...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 October 1861

WANTED. Waktu," ron iialw." "fob iist," t OBT," "WOVIID," BOAKDItV c-A4- WKimi wl waaW Ou aeadines, not atcaa tag to Mmmi mid U tmnH trtmfm -J a .-ET ANTFB-A Y0T1NO M ABT-For In lies' she . w w making -10 wori on me mm, Ar-pirat mo West Uaitrt-at i near 1.1m, 0014 tl MT f"'tI- 0000 WATOn-Dnn -A Iress, With dfflOrlDtlOB ADd BrlCfl. U.. I.LrV.hnr Vn Foetofnce. oel4-b WAnTHiMR)ui'4Br-For lar. well lumliln a front room. Apply at No. hO Hey. 4nrn-at near . me. 0312 - WANTKI-TWO OIRLB-To baste earl finish flneooats. Good hands MB set steady work fcr applying at l Main-lit ocll-0 XVANTED-TWO GIRLS To run sowln chtnia: alio. alt or no4 Hatters. Nona m mi. vjut eomnetent hands need apply. Gall immediate ly ai 9tt uuiiton.si. octs-u- Bimr ANTRii-AMnnnrvpn artist-A cord bend oan And steady employment by calling ai nnnaiivH nailery, comer ol jriitnaiio atreets, orer Cole A Hopkins's, ocl4b "WV'ANTFn-TBU BARTERS On htonsee mid pant. None hut (rood hand need apply. Ap plr at 404 Goorge it , betwe...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 October 1861

THE. DAILY ri.ESS. MOIVDA V..............-. ........... OUTO DltK 14 The Flutter Budget Family. The following admirable portrait of a well-known and numerous family is by Dr. J. G. Holland, of the Springfield Republican'. Mrs. Flutter Budget was at church last foundiiy. bhe always is at church; and she never forgets her fan. I have known her for many years, and have never known her to be in church without a fun in her hand, and some artiole upon herhreant thnl TUBiiea constantly. Her black silk dress is death to devotion over the space of twenty feet on all sides of her. She fixes the wires in the bonnets of her little girls, then takes their hats off entirely, then wipes their noses, then shakes her head at them, then makes them exchange seats with each other, then finds the text and llio hymns for thorn, then fusses with the cricket, and then fans herself unremittingly until she can see something else to do. During all this time, and throughout all these exercises, the one article...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 October 1861

THE DAILY PItESS txttllahed K-verY Erenln, . .. . ,tiuAfl axoarra.) V M KNITY HBTCD c CO. . r&OFBirroB. omri Tim-rf., ore, ctwoii-hooti. TH OTBCTT HATI DAILY PBEKS to delivered iiMbn la Olodnnetl, Oovlnrtoa and enrtnandlng eitle. aud Sewna, at a?exa. ,0m.t , "V7Vei. ; AtAu Torn uum, Paara at Maii Single eoplrp, eentel on js-mtti, 80o ! three month., 41 'Ail. one year, )!t MUSICAL. 3V w MVS Jntt Is-ned, new editions of the following popular pieces, vie : The Botil'i Iiepoi C renarte to Ida, bv S . B..; JV. i!ic, 'Me. 2V. 30c. by Wetngand... Hie Hln Mr Mother Wore, by Mary Only Waiting, by 8 P 8 The Autf:, l.y (iumbert Ciuie, Holy tjpirlt Hymn by Warren jobn cnoBcn, Jn., 66 Weit Fourth -it., Importer, Publisher and Dealer In Mule and In. strnments. ooU fllOE LARGBST MTOCK OF PIANOS .M. in tnnctn'-eii can be found at t i W ent Fourth. t : and If won will Kite me a call before you buy, you Kill find that my prices can not fall to suit. Planes from tM to Si. son. Tinr liemember the n...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 October 1861

THE DAILY PItESS. AAAiUNKY RKKU As CO, r Air nonimw. tiesday. ..OCT . Fob a "French view of the Rebellion the United States," gee fourth page. Aococnti vary as to the number of troops .u ui. Array 01 ins rotomne, the difference between the tiro extremes being In the neieh- ui uuo uunurea tnonsand. tr.,. . , . v,,,, in INew lork rsJ j. grett,y -..ien, -me ami,, of Melic, wlH er9 long engage a Terjr considerable share of onr mention.' As we bare jast bow only a muueraie amount of bnsiness or our own upon our hands, this mixing up with Mexi can affairs will serve to vary tbe monotony of life, and, it is to be hoped, prevent any serious stagnation in the popular intellect. Ths blockade of the Southern porta has recently been discovered to be a mistake. Mr. Feward s great error, according to the flew York Tribune, was the proclaiming of Ibis blockade, instead of depriving the ports cf tbe character of ports of entry, aa might none. Jtis now discovered what those who were at all conversan...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 October 1861

WANTED. WANTS," 'ron KALB," "TOB MB ST," f OCT," " FOUND," BOASDINO," t.-Al. wftwli tamim wniw Hum ktadinf, not mtmt. imf Haas, mitt as iU twin, for ttnU. W NT O-MTD ATION An vVat-nnns. At V plv at 1.73 Cnttr-t., between i.url and Butts, pcia-o- W ANTE D-B A K BBS work on pilot-bread. Bakery, 89 !nnrt-rt. Threa irood tiskers, '6 Apply at DSN N K f I'd ocin-n- warrANTKD- -A VOUWO M AN For in'llr.' shoe. v making -to work on the am. Apply at ISO Wpht Umirt-at i near Linn. OCltD- MTAITET-A GOOD WATCH-POO -ArMrwa, T with description and srlce. tt.. Lock-boi No. Vi, Postofllre. oclt-b 'virlKTRn-l A.. Trlmma. and an An. V prenllro, ImsieillatelT. at lr. UANOVCnVS Millinery Establishment, 190 Jlfth-st., between Kim and Plum. 0c15-b IV'ANTFIJ-BITCATION-Bf young trorr.an, T w an cook or to do general lionnewnrK. Aopiv at the Female Seminary, south-east oorne-of So v. -nm ana flioyipn-sts. oca o" urmtkn-TWI) OIRT.S To run tewing ma rhlne : also. Mx or seven Rood lUstera. N jne but rompt'nt 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. — 15 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TFBWDAT.. ,OCTOBBl IS TRESSY. I found my Try mtlkln Ja th. blithesome summer morn, , When the dew was on the clovr, And the tassel on the com. Sweeter than any ret row In her roral, reigning BOtirl The yellow hair tont her eye, And her bar feet in the Bower. I 0 day of ily I thy memory W ill n.ver tade, nor pan ; ratchet of .nowy violet. Were clouding all the pram The jealous brook 'ay fretting Between his tmnka nf mne. And shimmed hie dimpled shonlder A 1 lightly leap d across I Adnwn hr cheek the MnshM Kan rippling like a rail Into the bosom, warm and whlto A the milk within her nail ; At 1 told my lor to Tremy In the blithesome iiimuier morn, When the dew was on the clover, Aiid the tassel on the corn. THE HAUNTED HEARTHSTONE. "All hornet wherein man hart lived and died Art haunted house.." " Do I believe in haunted houses ?" said the aged woman, speaking rather more to herself than to the fnir tweet grand-child, Tvlio nestled at her feet and looked up bo arneatl...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS ubliahd Kwerr HI von in g, susdati noinii) IT knhy rtinren A CO. f S0PR1BT0BS. ovnrs Tm-w.! orr. OOTTaa-sorfB, TH1 CTIHfXInHATl PAILI PBKSS It asllverst: subscriber, tn fJlnclanatl, Oovinrton and Surrounding titles an1 snwaa. at Tear CPoxatanj n Wooll riTtlll TO TS1 SAaBIS 0. Fain it Mail Single cotdea, 3 renin t nnt SsWOih, linn three month, l one year, S3 MUSICAL. M V .lml ln'iicil, new si lllont of the following popular piocct, vis : The Soul's lter"e, hv 8 B S ev. fl--r-tisde to Ida, by Weimrund m... IV. The Kins My Mother Wun, by Miry !V;. It Wall log, bv 8 P 8 V. The s,p,eis, by (JnmVrt 2o. Oune, lloly Spirit Hymn by Warren Vm. JOHN CHUBCH, Jn., 68 Weet Fourth-it., Importer, Publisher and Pettier lit Mtslc ant In strnments ccH rrns ..arrest stock of pianos m. tn inncinvatl call be tolled at 'A West Fonrth-rt. ! anil If ou will F glte me a call before joti buy, von Mr r""YtW"' will And that my prices rtn not full J If J v pin. 1 mut'B iii'uj iu ji.TRfi Ki member...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. XIKNIIY IlKiCD Ac CO, nim. a rmoVBivrow. WKDNhNllAY TultKrt 16 Imkllioknci has juat reached Louisville of tbe destruction, by the rebels, of the noble railroad-bridge over Green Rirer, In Ken tucky. By the wanton ruin of costly and yaluable worhl of public improvement, the rebels appear desirous to render themselves m hateful to tbe people as possible. To ere site a desolation wherever they go is not the most judicious way to make friends oflhose whom they profess to have come to benefit and emancipate. Unsatisfied Curiosity. It arrears from tbe St. Louis Democrat that Secretary Cameron has not permitted the caufe of his recent journey to tbe West, tor tie conclusions to which he has arrived, to traDspire. "There have been," says the tmccrat, "many speculations and no little excitement in this city since the arrival of Mr. Cemeron, In reference to the objects and results of his visit to the West, but so fur as we can learn the public curiosity has not been gratifkd ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 October 1861

WANTED. WAsrs," ron balm." "ron m but," t OBT," "roUND," BOAnDISO," m.-A-.sistiwasnai otmU motor taaat hoodinto, net acV dM Nam, KU bo UmrUA brim or as mum. WANTBD-A GOOD BOOT-FITTEB Aprlr lo O. A KQAS, ami ih -fast corner of M d son ami Plka-sts , Oovlnnfon. Ry, nrl. 1, WATITKD-OTBL-To tnn Plngsr'a mtcbln on tallies' aitr. Aaplr at 4.1 lUvM.t., twtween Orntral.av. and Jolm. oclfi ! W A NT B n- PITt' ATION-A W-t-mir... Ac v sir at HT3 Cuttr-at.. twtmra I. iur.1 and Vfitt. an AVANTEO-BAKims-Throe eoM takers, t.i WW work on pll ,t t.read. App'y at 1)XN N B t' t '8 Bakery, ftp C'onrt-it, oclM WANTFD-TO R R N T-A tiMtly-fnrnlsliol Hon., centrally locked suitable for a mnll family, address Lcrkliot '.210. oetiib WNTFII-TO BENT For the winter, a "i- trnl furnished Uniisa of seren or c-Nlit rooms. One with stable ard rarrlage-honse pre. forred. Address tock-boi 8,31 1. ocln-e WANTED-rBIMTBR-A boy, who hua ben used to running a jnb press, cau hpsr of a situation by applying at 4'iS Maln-st....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ..... OCTOBER 10 The Grand Telegraph Girdle Around the World. D. de Poraanoff, Lieutenant Colon M dn Gmie et Clef in Telejjraphei en Siberie Orientftle, lies come to this country to in ptct the telrfrraph gvstem in use, with a Tiew to its adoption in constructing a line from Omsk, in Siberia, to Irkoutak, and thence to the TadAc. Colonel Romanoff vesterdnj visited the Chamber of Commerce, and wag accompanied by Perry McDonoujtu CoIHdb, who, as Commercial Agent of the United States, hag explored the region of the Amoor River. At the present time there ia communication from London, by way of Moscow, to Omsk; the distance thence to FeVin is three thousand five hundred miles, and is made by the regular posts in twenty three day P. Hip Russian Government next year will extend the line to Irkoutak, which will reduce the time from London to Pekin to fourteen days. From Irkoutek it will ba exUnded up the Russian boundary on the Oustirce River to the Amoor, and down the Amoo...

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