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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 October 1861

THE DATLY TIIESS X'nbliabvd Kfrr Kvoaing, ,'II'IIBATI iioarri) ST KN11Y TIKTCD Ac raorBiiTOfia, CO. orric Tmi-rr., om. CTtrros-KOVS. fBI OIBWHajATI DAILY PBBftS Is delivered subsortben la Wnolnastl, Uovlarto ant . (urrrmndlng elite ml Sewn. t TasxA. Oont a Week, itfuu Tom (nana. Pun T Mttt fllngla copies, 3 until t on avoth, 50c I three months, ) '41 1 one year, MUSICAL. w M U .Tint ln-nwl, new edition! of the following popul.r pieces, vis : The Soul's Repose, ty 8 P 8 W-. 8' Tensile to trie, bv WHnaund ....'ic. the Hire Mr Mother Wore, by Mry th:. Oi If Welting, by 8 P 8 Jc. The Imtli, iiv Humbert S"c. 4Xme, Uoly Uplrit Ujmn by Warren 30c. JOHN OUUBCB, Ja , 66 Went Fourth -St., Importer, Publisher and Dealer In Moslc and In struments. ocU rrUlK LARGEST STOCK OF PIANOS M tu i:iiiriii"Ht1 can be round at 7 J Went Fourth-st. ; and if you will give we s cell before yon buv, vou wfw''rl f J will find that tut price, ran nut fail II I V U Jtcmembor the number 74 West Fonrth-st. cm. nuito...

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. — 17 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. UBNKY ItKKIJ At CO., KM aaa raoraisToa. THI HCKV. ..4M'rIIK.v IT Rules of Conduct. General McUlellnn has been heard to say tliHt he -will n'ver attempt an advance very far Into the interior of the enemy's country tin til he csn teach his own troops to behave ai well in Virginia as they do 8'. home. Mankind have accepted, as wise and judicious, the rule of the ex perienced mother, laid down for the di rection of her son: never to go into the water until he had learned to swim. The Oazttlt looks upon the remark of the Gen et al as an imputation upon the character of the troops, and says that "few have been guilty of committing outrages." This is true, to their credit be it said; and to the credit of the commander, it is also true that few have bad a chance to commit outrages. They hare been kept equally out of the way of barm and of mischief. It is a good rule that of the old lady, and will bear, like all wise maxims, a variety of application;; as for example: Never g...

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. — 17 October 1861

WANTED. Wt r ioth nrnnnD." AOASDHVuV tc.Ai' mlMwHindirUM neadiaw, awl wow M vs Km, mil X 1mrU Hetesor li eefc. I m-mr ikt ftTf-OtRO To do general h'n-ewor irman preferred. Apply at tAHf) Elm St., ibnT KlflhtK. tmu-n- r nrlKTIIIHV w, T- K U K B H-Aerls Imme- ff rtistelr at 473 Cutterst., between Laurel Itid Pnn, oeu-n- -A GOOD TtOOT-FITTEK-AnoIy tO tt. A iua n . sontn-pnst corner or irta. lion ned Ptks-sts , )o vlnaton, Ky. of IS. ! "mmTANT.Fn-OlllTj-To tun Plnger's mschlne twtween Oentrel-av. and John. vv tin isme.- aaunr. a spiy 9 uavn-Hi. or.16 I' WANTED-BAIt ERR Throe front bakers, to work on allot bread. Apply at BEN N B fT'8 jiaKery, pw ini,ri-(i, win.-,. lirANTFn-i nnmhtrAf vmiiI Talloressee and 1 V v l'nttun hole Makers. Son bnt Kind handt Heed erply. Inuillrsat Ne. 37 SMI rtarl-sl , be tween Main and Sycamore. ocl7-b TVTFD-TWO MAOHTNB HANDS-ttto 4 IMr wwt 'or goon nanns. also, rnrea Tatrs and three Button-bole Makes. Aeelr at HI Broadway. oonn" 1irANTPD-TO RINT-Inr the winte...

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. — 17 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. Till RHIMV OCTOBKH17 WILL YOU LOVE ME THEN? If Hire mlsfortute orenast My pathway, now so 1,'lght, And stem a'lrereit) 's chilililaet Mr gladsome spirits blight. Or pi irie and way wan nee. sbid Within ni? heart again, VIII u, whatever woes betid, 01 III you love me thou 7 If four wore years, perchance shall bow This form, erect and light, A ge whiten the fair auburn jerks, Art mean the eye less htltflit i It Time, with unrelenting hand, lt-ip Urea the once smooth lirw, Will ynn bis blighting power withstand, Aud love uie then as now 7 If Fortune's swift revolving wheel Should ci tipb i s In its round, Alill e in Poverty's deep toils Y ere lu'liiesnly inbound. Could thus thy heart still cherish me, t.- would it then grow cold ? 0. Willie ! would you love nit then With the suiiia lore of old .' IPii htt Smith pronounced th following sonnet one of the most leant Iful in the English language :) V ill. sileM awe 1 bail the sacred morn, Wh.ch slowly wakee, while ah the 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. — 18 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS 1'u.blUbod lCvorr Kvonlng, .'svbdavi noiniti Br an BNHV ItBHD A GO. Orrira vixs-rT , orr, ovrrja-gocn. rBl CIHCIBBAtI DAILTPBERgla dellvare subscribers In? Olnolnnatl, Uoviarton and nrroandlng cities and towns at Tn Oeuta WoeU rTU TO TgB 0A11IKB. Patcl V MatL fMngle e"tl. 3 eentst ons uBth, ROC three months, Ml ii.1t one rear. MUSICAL. w ni u V ! utaj uticirl .Tint IhihmI, new editions of the following popular leces, vir : The Soul's Reo:se. b? R B P V. ri"renale to ln. Irv Wntmand !c. The Mrs My Mother Wor., by Mary iv, ' It Waitloa, by I 8 ...'. The Apiea, try (inmhert iim, Holy Bpltit Hymn by Warrdi ....10c. JOHN CHCRCH, Ja , 66 West Fourth-it., Importer, Publisher and Dealer in Mtslc and In struments ocM rrni largest stock op piano M to (lluouii stl can be Kmi-d At Kiiied at ; . If nm will (,.n"..iJTT,"J LoSlaOU. 7'i West ftomth-ht t unit will find that my prices can to suit Pianos from fi?A to irtte roe a oall liefnra ion Jtemember tbe number 74 West fourth 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. — 18 October 1861

THE DAILY PliESS. HKNIIY SEED CO, Brras aw raorat irons. FRIDAY.... t T.I III. II IS Fourth Page. Our fourth page this afternoon is filled with Interesting news matter among other things the statement of the Captain concern ing the cspture of the steamer Fanny. Things at Washington. The news from Washington, is that the rebels haTe fallen back upon their old posi tion at Manassas, haying abandoned Fairfax, Vienna and Centerville. The object of this can only be conjectured. It is not probable that they would hare made a strenuous de fense any where short of Eull Run or Ma nassas, bad they been attacked in force. We know as little of the reasons for their ad vance as that of their retreat. Our army will not probably venture to attack them there: and the movement, or the series of movements have, it may be conjectured, been made to cover others as the sendingof those troops to Kentucky, which, if reports are re liable, have lately swelled so considerably the forces of General Buckner. ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 October 1861

WANTED. WANTS," "ron BALM," "TOM SMUT," 58T," " roVHD," BOARDING," tic At wrMtemaaas wlm umdtr lAese aeadlai'S, Hoi ttonja tor to Itouu, wfit be imrttA bttmfar i ants. VVANTKn-A COOK Ttia'ilrn at the Centra! V lIT1Bg D1I0OD) H1). JVf VlOe-Sl twn doolf l.o Fiflli. oris-b vmriNTID OIBli To ilo Benernl homework. ww dermao referred. atoxe KlRlith. apply ai f.im St., Vil',TPnw WT " V R8 K-Aplf Imme- dietely st SJ73 Cutter-st., betwten Laurel nd Itelte, 03l7-b WA!TI!I)-A TOUNO MAN Of food adclre-s and eiiiue knowl-rige of the d'-tf -nls luM f. further particulars, address NEW YORK, I'roM Office. ocl-b TtnXAwTED A number of ood Tatlore and mitlon Hole ilasiiis. None e hut food hands tired amir. "lire at Ma. 37 Kast Ptarl-M , be Sycamore. ooW-b tween Main and 1,V-iTKD-TW0 M ACM SB HaNPS-Slto $4 per week Tor Ro-d hands. Also, three ' f Ta'ri and three Button-hole Make. a. Applrat ' it7 Broadway. oc!7 d WANTKD-TO RENT For the winter, a c teel furnished Home of eeren or eUht rooms. One with et...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 October 1861

THE DAILY HtESS. TKIDaY OC TOUR IS [From the Baltimore Clipper.] [From the Baltimore Clipper.] "I WILL NOT FIRE UPON THAT FLAG." BY JONES, U. F. A. "I a 111 net Are upon flint flag," 80 aloriius ami so fair ; 1 will not harm the hand that bears The Immortal standard then. I will not flr npon ttiM flag ;" Hie rainbow of the nkica lUth Riven her gU.iy all to thee. And bathed thee in her dyes. '"'I will nnt Are upon that flag," mrtakfd with the mornlna Hunt. V lillo the vestal vmilt of Heaven Lends thee hvr orbs of night. Thnt flu ! Its glorious stars and strlpoi A tether's bUhatpgg boar. At il villi the mailing of lis folds Is blent a luot her's prayer tferrath tbi shadow of thy folds J lots: o ce nmre to turn, unman the ilove Its homeward fl lab t Before the impending storm. trisht vision of my youthful day Penner ot Heavenly d)es Thy ladtant glories o'er me shed, And lis. my dyiug eyta. Hiaven preserve that gallant flag, lbat banner of the free Come weal or woe bat ill betide, "I Ki...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 October 1861

THE DAILY, P.RESS JL'nbUahnd sCwery HJvenUisr, ,'smDtvt StosirsB) T n hnky nmreu & (co. , . rortTOB. - imci Tiir-w. rttr. operas. Herts. BR OTSUiaKATI PalLT PBE8 I ds'lvered .; subsorlbsn l Olnelnnstl, Oovtartoa and enrronndlnr citlet led town, at YjX Oenta , Woelt j . -TiTiBLi to ml eashuta. i - v'stc-i T 4H-Ptngle copies, : rents: one """, BOc j tlm-e months, S 'J.1, one year, 1.1 AMUSEMENTS. . . plKR'S O PR R A - n O U H E . 1 Extraordinary Engagement ! Mr PIKE hat tho pleasure to announce that lit las made ariargc-nient for the appearance of THE CURAT ARTIST, . PROFESSOR ANDERSON, 1 THE WOBLP-RKNOWKED " AMBIDEXTROUS PRESTICUTOB! Bli flint Ttslt to Cincinnati for NINK YEAB8. THE OPKItA.HOUSE Will be converted Into a Psychoiuanteum -ON- Monday,Ootdlera8. oci-tri O O D 8 THBA T E R - Comer Sixth and Vino stieets. .. Manngor.Gco. Wood ; S'aee Manner, O H. Gilbert. GBAUDOrKtUN'fl-NIOHT OF TtlE FALli AMD WINTER SEASON. Pains to Suit th Tisr.H. Drett Circle and Par nuelte. $0 cents...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 October 1861

THE DAILY Xll&NU'V IllCKD Ac CO, emu nopniiTou. AIIRIMT . Oil OH Kit. 19 Defects in our Government. The facts of the times and the testimony of recent etnls re such as to leave us no rcom to doubt that we have not only ery tvtak Government, but that our institution's sre so constructed that, except in very ex ceptional cases, w can have no other. A Government that is unwise is weak, nnd it would seem as if the Constitution of the United. States had been constructed with a view to secure the largest possible amount of legislative and administrative unwisdom and incompetency, The framers of our Government jjerhaps were not to blame for many of the defects of the thing which they constructed. The ex istence of well established locl politics Throughout the entire territory which they sought to consolidate into a nation politics whose mischievous influence they in inrt foresaw, but which they were nevertheless forbidden by imperative circumstances to destroy, and which has been so fr...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 October 1861

WANTED. wabw "ron BALK," "tOM BXST," I WT." " FOUND," BOARDING," m.-A. MrtfMiMtifc comas. Mdsr Hum aearfcnje, nil nctri. me nrt turn, anil M HumrUa ftrtos or 'J emu. VA,iX ?A d at-Apply at cornet of Rac wv and Fifth-sts , ovar P-antea Orocery. ocl'i !, pry. orl' !STKI -A l,lRt,-T imk. ...k ..,, i..... ngnlr nt j Hopkins at. c I '.- "Irn at. Ilia Central WW Biting (Saloon. No. 1(1 love Fifth. Vihe-st., two doom OcM-h WANTED-GIBL-A good stout German elrl, . nbciit 14 yrarsof axe. tu Jo common li u- ''I'llrc at 'i'i Uniliawa it , betwuea Sixth mi vtorgc, ann iiinn anil rtaymlllerets orlt.l VANTBD A YOllTtt) MAN Or mod ailrirn.s V and some knowl, .Iba ur ftlia drr-v. vttt. Pnr futtlier particulars, address NkW YORK, Trent Office. ocH.b WANTKO-TWO M At III NIC lUNIia-Sl to f4 m.r week for aood hands. Also, three ann some anowliilffA or tne a'T-aoas mm. rasters and three Button-hole Alakeis. Apply at ii uromiway. ocli ir TANTEn-TAIL(llK-Two annd Tailors WW Ar-o'y at South-west orner of Kl...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. CUI BDY .. .. or roii eh. 19 MISSING. 1 he fo'lnwlng lines haie a rare keenly (lid 'n toiulll pslliot: Not among the suffering wounded ; Not anions the yeceful dend; l-ntemoiig 11 0 Plls-mer-. "MlSltl'- That was all the message said, Y-t bis mother read, it over rntll. through her painful tears, Fades the de.r name etie lias called hi m Fot thm two-and twenty years. Hour rt her all It peace and plenty Bright end clewr the yellow fl.r ; While the morning-glories cluster AU around the kitchen deor. Soberly the sleek old hon'e-cat Drovr.es In tits patch of sun ! Boetiy shine the oaken drewser ! All the morning's work is done. Through the window train tho fragrance Of a sunny halves! morn, Frssment song, from distant ronpiTS, And tbe rustling of the corn; And the rich breath of the garden, Where the golden melons lie Wlure the bl',ihlng plum, are turning All their red cheeks to the iky. Klttlrg there within the sun-bins Leaning In her ea.y chair; With tort lire, oprn hu...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 October 1861

THE DAILY PHESS XublUhd. Urerr XQrenlnK, I'suss.vs noinn) IT Bl KNIiy RKBD Se CO. proprietor. errics vim-tr., err. cwronVBorin. THE OTHOIBHATI DAILT FBK?I to delivered subscribers U Cincinnati, Oovl agios aad turoandlng cities ant towns, at Tea. Oeut a WoeU PATaSLI TO THS 01(111. Pntcs T Mart Single copies, 3 rental oris math, l I inrw month!, ! 4-1 ons year, a AMUSEMENTS. 4) O 71 H T IT E A T Corner Sixth and Vine streets. E R Manager, Gf 0. Wood ; Siage Manager, O. H. Gilbert. f KCOXD NIGHT OF THE SEASON. raters to Hi it vug TtMM. Press Circle end Par. queue, 311 cents; Uallery, 13 cent. MONDAY KVatNtNO. Orteber it. IMI. the Mr. fnrmance will commence wttli the favorite comedy OI Til K J II KIN lliB HUnBANll i Oh, Tna Mim.cs'8 Wirs. Pm de Sens, by Misses Stella and Portia Huon, Overture ........ Br the Orehttstra. To conclude with the operatic farce of THB SWIBH COTTAGE. ' jp IKE'S O P B It A - H O V 8 B . Extraordinary Engagement 1 Mr PIKE haithe pleasure to announce that ha has ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 October 1861

THE DAILY P11ES3. HH1NI1Y ItKKD CO, sits an rmoranroai. mOJSDAT.. ..OCTOBBB'Jt Our Army Correspondence. In another column will be found an in teiesting letter from our correspondent in the Sixth (Guthrie Gray) Refriment. Also, one from Theodore Marsh, Esq, to J. M. Noble, City Treasurer. The News. La Mountain hai made an ascension in his balloon, lookiDg orer the enemy's lines ; and General McClellan has made a reconnois8an.ee on horsebacV, with firty-four caralry, and re turned again in safety. The special dispatches to the morning pa pers state that the rebels hare stretched a chain across the channel of the Potomac, below Cock-pit Foint, with a view to prevent navigation fastening the outer end to a htdgt. The regular dispatches contradict the report The rebel batteries planted to close the Potomac, fire upon every water-craft that passes, sometimes with effect. The forage and provisions for the army have been received heretofore by that channel ; and as there are bnt ten days' f...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 October 1861

WANTED. WANTS," -ron BALK," "TO BMN T,n I (aST." " FOVND," BOiRDINO," est. At- MrtdmH eemm wndtr Iasss ksadiafs, net MMMdb n M Mitfli trill Ss fssrts4 tmlmfix 43 seats. W APtTRn A GIRti-Applr at rornsr of Ram and Vlftii-sts , over Peetiles's Grocery, oris t IVdKTEO-A GIRL Ta cook, wah and Imn. ff lnauireat 14 Hopklnsst. ocl mr AWTED-A SITUATION- To An rhftmhnr. . V w wr li ii tno4 waiter i ean onme well r- pmmended. inquire at u i-earson.st. omi.i1- 1XVNTBD-EO0MSA man and his wlf wish ' v two rooms In a central looatton. American family preferred. Irieti need not addreM Uefr- mces given. Aiinress ll , hress Office, ocai f' .W-irANTKn-SlTOATION-Byatlrl.todogsn- eral bonieworh, either In city or conntrv. Apply at the north east corner of Third and Lud- low-sis. Good refereure give. ocJlb' VTANTED OIRL A rood atont German girl. " Tv about It vpars nf aire, in iln fiommnn hni.e- work. Inquire at 2'i Rathawavst betwson Hlxth and Oeorgo, atyl Linn and Baymlller-eta oc!9 b WANTED-TWO MACHI...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. niOWDAV OCTOBER at [From the London Packet.] A REAL EXPERIENCE. I wholly disbelieve In spirit-wrapping, table-turning, and all supernatural eccen tricities of that nature. ' I refuse oreJence to the best authenticated ghost story, (mini you, ghost story pttr ct simple.) I can sleep in the gloomiest haunted room, in the gloomiest haunted house, without the slightest fear of a nocturnal Tisit from the other world. But, although I scoff at whi.e ladies, bleeding nuns, et hoe peuut twine, i-e is a ppecies of supernatural occurrence in which I am, I confess, .n unwilling and hesitating believer. The cirnirrslftnces I am about to relate Are of this nnt "re, and were told me by an intimate friend of mine, as having lately occurred to n relation of his own. 1 give the story as he gave it to me, nnmely, in the words as nearly as possible of the principal actor in it. Two years ago, toward the end of the London Reason, weary of the noise and loistle that for the last three mo...

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. — 22 October 1861

X1U X AVA-kJeJ - IBM mmmm wj s- Xbliohed l-very Hrealnii i'lUIIDAT BX0RRBSJ IT . . -r , " tn m - a- fbopbietom. owes vnn-T.. o. Bvwtom-movn, HE OTWUIRBATI Vilbl PHH8S M d.MT.rcd inbsorlben la Cincinnati, (Jorlartoi aad nrmudlnt eltlss and tewss, at 10X1 Oext , "WTowlit rava- Torsi o-aai-a. a - II i ... Ul I - ... vMntn, nwo.i innp momns, m :) on year, ".."I AMUSEMENTS. V OOP'S THEATER. T V Corner Sixth and Viae streots. BInnrr,Q(0. Wood ; Stage Mana-for, Q. H. Gilbert. TI'IBPAY FVINfVa. Ortnhor 23 Uncncnmo ,t of Al Iks U ftOOIB MITCHELL, for potllively four nights "lily, when she will e-neear In two of h-r most favorite characters. Will be presented the gratd ml itnry drama of SI .thilrte, Henri fit. Alme, Hamet Carmauly, Mll Miiggle Mitchell. Tan Siul Mill 8tol1 Mason. Hlvhiend Fling Miss Agnes. To conclude with the musical (aire of Til a ltoNNi eie ii wife. B'l' Tlilfticdownand Mangle Macfarlane (with the Hcntrh itallad of (Jailer Horrine" and Highland Flltg), Mies Higgle Mitchell...

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. — 22 October 1861

THE DAILY PHESS. HKNHY KEBD Ac CO, mm a nonmon Ti;kmm v .OCTOBER.?'. A VICTORY IN MISSOURI—A REBEL GENERAL KILLED — REBEL LOSS VERY HEAVY. The following dispatch uras received by llajor Corwine t one P. M.: Hiad-qcabtkbs, St. Louis, October 22. To Major Corxewt: VTe bate gained complete victory at Fredericktown, twenty-fire miles from Pilot Knob, killing Lowe, the rebel commander, and capturing four pieces of artillery. The rebel loss is Tery heavy ours small. C. MKEEVER, Assistant Adjutant General. It fbe critic of the Gazette will read bis article entitled ''Ecclesiastical Adaptability to Social Relations," in connection with that upon which be has eiercised himself, he will perhaps discover that it owes its origin prin cipally to his propensity to find something, and not to the fact that he had found .some -thing amenable to criticism. Tbsbi is an abundance of idle writing about General Fremont; what he has done, and the way he has been treated by the Gov ernment; hut the sum 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. — 22 October 1861

WANTED. fAKTS," "FOB BALM." "fOM M M B T," i t DBT," "rOVND," BOARDING," .-Ai. ' MrrfMtMHfc sma omdm Out kwuUiwt, not metei faff fM Haas. tHU t inrU tmimnr nls. V"ANTD-Ar PKBVANT Uorman rerrrrt, if v v for a Mator of a reftimnnt. Alio, a (Jolonel's r'Dt lor a uoionai. ir-piv at ma iienrie House. FV-fTKD-TO BUT A cltv route of a iatr. I'l Address, itatiog alia aud terms, 0, A., Pn-ss Wfflce. c22b IIVANTEP -ONB QtRL To run a sawlna.ma. I v cnln, aim oneglrl and one mn to now. Apply v t corn-r ns i-teraon, ttura uoor. "mrANTED-A SITlMTIOH-To do chamber. T worn ommended. Is a rood waiter; can come well re- s in i re at if u i-nanon-st, oojt.ti- MTAyT.nA BOY-Who nnderstande work. v inff in a saloon IJone otberi ttixthst. Mnil aire ffood nf-'Mnrm nerd apply. Call at No. 1.1 Wt .VVANTED-BOOHIS- v v iwo roonii In -A man and till wife wish control liwkllnn Am.rlran family preferred. Irish need not addreee Kef. r. ernes given. A'ldr-ss H., Frees omce. oral f VA7Fn-9,TUAT,ON-Briri.todoMii- v e...

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. — 22 October 1861

dttti r TT Tll"nC'Cl l XJtiCi liV 1 1J X III LiOkJ. TCF.ftOAY OCTOBEa aa National Sins—Slavery and Emancipation. I Extntrt from ft Lecture dllvered -Clio Instituted Cimlniiati.on Sunday evening, Octber20, 181, by Ur.KHT Bi., The present time i fruitful In new ques tion; nd, among others, has arisen that, whether a political corporation can be guilty of a ein. Slavery is daily declared to be a great national sin; and there is a propensity to multiply national sins, or to enlarge the catalogue of those oifenses for which the nation is responsible upon the principle, perhaps, of the proverb, that "one sin keeps another in countenance." Thus whiaky drinkiog, profane language, and laboring or playing upon a particular day of the week. are counua vy many among us u dhuuuri tranrgressions; and one reverend and learned gentleman has made the discovery that the repeal of .the death penalty in Michigan is a crime of the same character. Now, Sin is supposed to be a voluntary act f the soul con...

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