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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS lnbllbed Krprr Krpnlni, - J ,j I'simOiH ltoirriBi BT BNBY It HI IS U & CO. fBOPBlKTOBa. orrica mi-ar.i orr. otnroa-Roffts. (BB UlaOIWFIATI PAILV FBEHS I delivered . , rabwrlbw In Olnclnsatf, Oorlartoi tad' mrrounrtltig oltie ui tewm, at . , To xx Ooxitsi a WoelJi rinaui to m oiaaiitn. Fmci T MArt, single cr!e, 3 e.ents cn Mh, Blc : tliri-a month. tt vl-St one yesr, ,1 AMUSEMENTS. w o OIB THEATER, Inner Sixth Mid Vine trcetii. Manager, Geo. Wi nd j Stage Manager, 0 II. Gilbert. Pnirts to Fvrr Tiir, TtMH. tutu Cirole aud Par. 'll.etle, 30 cent t Gallery, 1 ! cent. Secern nlcht of Miss WA001F. MITCHELL. THIS 'Wednesday) EVENIN0, October 2.1. tti IbVortlH IVn cdy ol TLE MAID WITH THE MILKING rAlL. Millie, with 8on;. MMi Margie Mitchell. To lie filtnwctl by the Oomle Drama of KATY O'BDRAL. Kar Vim MagdeMltehe'l. In which the Kill alng "Tnt.t to Luck" and dance an lrlili Jig. SINGING AND DANCING. T" conclude with THK DANCING BAttBBB. finilTH Si NIXON'S HALL. GRAND CONC...

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. — 23 October 1861

THE DAILY PEESS. HICNItY IlICKO Ac CO, mw in raoraiwroM. WFDNK&DAY....- .OCTOTtBR 93 A BdDV of gentlemn of Sheflield, Eng land, railing themselvei the Foreign Affairs Committee, hive written a letter to General Fremont, in which they give him the consol tag Information that he is "an object of in tense hatred to Russia and her European tooli." What General Fremont has done to bring down npon his devoted head the indig nation of (o Taot an empire, is not stated with eich distinctness as to be intelligible. It appears, however, that Russia was in favor of the election of Mr. Buchanan in 1356, and has not forgotten the circumstance. General Fremont. Whatever may be the merits of the case as between the Government and General Fremont, there is little reason to doubt that the conduct of the former toward the latter has been as unwise as possible. Without any knowledge of his qualities as a com mander, it hastily responded to a freak of enthusiasm on the part of the people, who, with ...

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. — 23 October 1861

WANTED. WAVTV "rOH BALK," "FOB MM.NT," IDBT," "FOVXD," tOABDItiO," 1ekAm m i nsi eemUi mmUr Mas aeaddis; not say lilt MiMi HU e fiuertael tuotor !) Mate, WA?iTFi-A strl for general honmwnrV. t No. 17 1 Rrcamora-st. cr23 b wrArsTltn-BU v v Cavalry, tu learn mmlc. more-at. Both for ths lTnltr.il states Apply at 1.18yua- OC23 a V?'TED"0IB,:'-Tl' 1,0 bOMCWOTlt A11 coiner liaoe and riflh-it.., over Peebles's grocery, pen b WANTKD-TWENTY FIVK TKASHTFRR. Apply In !. KTNSKY, Pearl-street Iliino, eonth-oast corner of Third unci Race at. ocM-c WANTFD-A OOOTt OOTK Apjlf lm-nadi-atoly at the Black Bear Tavern, corner Ninth and Sycamore. oc23-b W ANTED-TO MVY-A city ronto of a r.rr, v auuress, staling size ana terms, u Offlte. A., Pras c22 b WATSTEO-SBOO-For two yarn. Will pxy ten ikt cent. ier annnm. Oend real-entato : BPcnrlly Btien Addrew H. W. thit effice. oprt-b WANTFD-A good gtrl can obtain a fwrma. neot riitiVlon to do bouoirnrk by-apolying Immediately at 15 Mdl-ion-t., Newport, K.y. oc23...

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. — 23 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I THE RESCUE. THE RESCUE. An Incident in the Life of a Pioneer Woman. About eighty-one years ago (1780) Joshua UaTidBon, with hia wife and three children, removed from Pennsylvania and nettled in Kentucky ; and at that day all Hint, country wng a doep and hoarly un broken -wilderness. Here and there might be seen a small pettlement, or the lonely cabin of some more bold and adventurous pioneer; but tho In dians, the desperadoes, and the wild Dcasu held an almost undisputed sway. Perilous adventures, hair-breadth es capes, violences and suffering were every day occurrences then and there; and the poor women, what few of them there were, hnd no alternative, even if they desired any, which I am certain they did not, but to share the common fate which beset the footsteps of all. Among the brave women of that day was Joslina Davidson's wife, Janet, a strong, healthy, fine looking female of forty, at the dnle of this occurrence It seems that, one day, Mr...

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. — 24 October 1861

yillT? V A If V UDVQQ ASJU.IXJ1. XlliUKJU X'nbliatiad ICvery Kvenlnt, coott iicimt) V EN11Y RKRD As CO. r hop bi stoat. omen- tnm-n.i on. oTstow-boojs. (VI fjmOlrlSlATl DA'LTPBftSg h delivered subscriber u Ulnolnnatl, ttovlsrto and snrronndlng cities ana town, at exx Cents Woeli. j miuiNmuuiii. 1 f'Patc it Matt, Single copies, 3 Mnt 1 on WBth, BOO I three months. tl 'Afti one inr, ,. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, Corner Sixth and Vlr.e atreeta. Manager, Geo. Wood : Stun Manager, U H. Gilbert. Pains to t-urr thk Trnxj.-sDress Circle and Par- anotte, 311 reals 1 tjallcry, 1,1 cents. Trlumrliant aunnras and rosltirely lst nhzht hut one en ju wi a m 1 k an mil Riiu. wnnn sue win appear in two attractive pieces, sustaining eight aliatinc.t characters. SH18 Oliurnda?) EVKNlNfJ, Oet. 14, fr ATAef IN PARIS Mnd'lle Clotllile, Leon Munchere, Princes Pemfra. laptem montei, uiarisea Uolvuie, Miaa Haggle Mitchell. S1N0TK0 AMD DANCINO. Toconclwle with the MiiaU-Hl Fair if THK IIONrtlH HISM-WIITB. 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. — 24 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. HICNHY BKKU V CO., asiroaaaa fMfunM Till KfsDAY. .... ncrnBBit 24 Slow Proceedings. This week, which promlwd Recording to those Tiiaciou. chroniclers of tb time, the newspaper reporters to be fruitful In stir img scencJ, nd enterprises of great pith SDd moment, in the vicinity of the Capital, is passing away, with no rumors to indicate that it is not now as it was in the beginning. KeTiew follows reconnoissance, and recon noif8ar.ee review; a half a mile square of ter ritory is abandoned by one party and occu pied by the other; a dozen or two of scouts on our side meet an hundred or two on the Other, and after a terrific skirmish, in which one of our men is wounded, drive them oCf with immense slaughter. In the mean time, the army, as such, gives no evidence of pres ent approaching activity. The season tor activity is rapidly passing away, and if aDy thing is to be done, there is no time to be lost in doing it. Such is said to be the soil of Virginia, that during th...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 October 1861

WANTED. N7w," ron 6 ALU," rOM MMST," ' OBT," "FOUND," BOAMDINO," H.-A. ntmmnm eemiaf earner tkaee keatUne. not m ' Hum, will M tmerlei hetoeor 'A3 emit. JNTFT A alrlfnr general botmwnrk, at rjj2isTnoj liX ANTFD BOA DBR8 Two ateaaant rooma I . Jni. "9" f can be had at No. 4 VI .tBIathet. ocM-pe JtrANTFD-A TRKNOH GIRL-To d-ri,awi. i "Tmi "1d S S e-wiranlon of ohIMr d, g-;o Weat. Apply at 114 Kaet aourih-et. lrANTED-GIRL-To da hooeework. Apply corner Uao and Fifth-ate., OTer Penblo.'a ocery. ocS b .mrANTED- TWENTY-FIVE TtCAHHTERS. ' v Apply n 4 K I s f V i 1 .,--. ti n uth-eaat corner of Third and Race at. oc23-o 1VANTED-A GOOD COOK Apply Immedl- ately at the Black Bear layers, corner Ninth I Hyramore. oi-23-b W'ATED-eOO-ror two 7ara. Will pap vv ten p-r cent, per annum. Gend real-eatate tcnruy ien. aanreae K w., thla etnce. ocM-h WANTED ejeTcral good nntton-taole hande and a ffnnd tallnr fur Mniiln.- aim unr.1 vood tnlloroaaoe Apply at 37 Eaet Pearl-at . ha- tween mam and thcamore. oc...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 October 1861

THE DALLY PRESS. THURSDAY.................OCTOBER 24. AND THEN. Tlie oracle of the beautiful sequestered lilt to hsmlct of Ambermcad was an old gentleman of tinoltrn?ive and orderly hab its, whose peculiar taciturnity had obtained for liim the familiar cognomen of Two Woids. Mr. Canute, aliat Two Words, dwelt on the outskirts of the Tillage, tended by an ancient housekeeper, almost as chary of speech as her worthy master. It win sur mised that Mr. Canute had seen better days ; for though his means were straitened, his heart was large, and his countenance ex jrcssail great benevolence. Notwithstand ing the brief mode of speech which char acteriied him on all occasions, the advice of Mr. Canute was eagerly sought on every subject wherein it was presumed advice could be profitable ; and the simple rustics of Anibermead perhaps valued it the more, because, though delivered without a particle of pomposity, the terseness and decision of the words expended left an indelible im pression whi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS ' Jfnbliatiad Hi-very Krenlug, T H KWBY IIUJKIIJ s CO. r botbi KTo'ta. oi-firi tiKHt.i vrr. ctitom Bogs. THE OIRUinRATt DAILY PEEKS to dellraref snbaorlben dtclnnstl, Oovtarton gat umvsndlng cities and towns, it "X"pxx Oentu a "V7rool. NIMll TO TBI OUIIll, j Pare v Matt Single rnplee, 3 rental oie sgonth, 0c three months, I ill on rear, H 1 AMUSEMENTS. 1 IIKEI8 OPERA-HOUWK GREAT EVENT OF THE SEASON Monday Next, October 23. First appearance of tha great Artist, PROFESSOR ANDERSON, The world -renowned and Jn'ly-colebratcd AMBIDEXTROUS PHESTIGI1T0U! In lila magnificent entertainment, A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD. Mr. n K !C rn great pleasure In announcing that fie has succeeded in securing the services of Prof. AMiMINON, to inaugurate the Winter Beaann of Ir-til nt the frera-house. Those who skw l'rofesor ANDKB8UN on the occasion ot hla previous Tiair. nine year, ago, will retain a vivid recollection of life extraordinary skill. During his long abaenco Irom till. citv. hla 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. — 25 October 1861

THE DAILY PltESS. HUNBY BEKU etc CO, DIWI ABB raoraiBToa. FMDA. ..orronitK. ai Tin Lower Potomac is still dosed; nor are there any Indication of intention on the part of the Government to open it. Whether an attempt to do so would be a departure from that plan of defensive operations with which H proposes to put down the rebellion, is tnoie than has been explained. Terhaps, in the history of the world, no rebellion has ever been treated as this has been treated. It appears that Colonel Baker, who was recently killed In a skirmish on the Upper Potomac, went into battle dressed in full regimentals, snd mounted on a splendid charger, thus making himself a conspicuous mark for the enemy's bullets. This was doubtless very brave, but it was not very prudent. In these times of sharp shooting, officers sbonld make themselves as little sin gular 89 possible, if they want to escape with their YirtB. It feems now to be understood that Gen eral McCIellan has not force enough to per -mit an adva...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 October 1861

WANTED. Klbiijfc ron balw." ron mmbt," tOBT," -roVSD," BOJBDISO," ss.-iV- eerrf enamel eomtaf wider iAeas teadina , not eaweee ee KM wfll 5MrM toor 33 em. WANTKT-TO BKNT-A House, andante for small family. Bent not to eiceed $2fin pw. ouiewi s,vi-i,, rest omce. ocl. b-"MTANTBO-TIOA? DFB8-Two rannt ronmi V unci Rood hoarding can be had at No. 44:1 Wont Biith et. oc'JI I)' V-WTRnA FRENCH GIRL To dirham- v nerwoiK anil to he a companion of oliildrm, to go Went. Apply at 14 Kasl ronrth-at. ouiil-b -TWUNTYFIVK TKAMSTKRS. v Apply eolith-east corner of Third and Bare at. ocW-o TANTED-A SMALL HOF8B AND LOT- TV In the went and nf the city, and a llttla cash, In exchange for 32.AOO worth of Carrlatr-s imd llupstra. Adilrrxn V'tl Mtln at. oezvi' ItfANTEn A GIRL To do (reneral cooklne, IT waxhins and ironing, at Mo. 4 9 Evorntt-at. letwfen John and Cential-av, reunited. . 1 Good refrrenres oc2.Vb ANTED Sfivoral good bnilnnOinle humli nnd tk cood tailor Tor predwlnfi: also dovoral r ror pood tfit...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 October 1861

THE DAILY PltESS. hi i it a v oc run eh ti OUR COUNTRY'S CALL. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. down the ax, flln by tha apado; Leao In Its track the t'.illns: plow; The rifle and the bayonet bla.le Kor arma like yntira were titter now; Ar-d ht the haml that ply the pon tfnlt the llelit taalr, and learn to wield The hnrwmitn crooked brand, and re la The charger on the battle-fluld. Our country rail"; awayl away! To w hern the Mood atieara blots ths freen. ftiike to di'ltnd the gnutitst away That Time In all Ita conrsp ha acen. Sre, from a tboMaat.d covart. aaa HpiitiR the arnufl foes that haunt her track'. Thi'f rnab to aniite her down, and we Must beat the banded traiture bark. Do! aturdy aa th.oaka yecl'are, And moTcd aa -vu to fear au.l flight. Jlenof (lie ala.le and f .reat' have Vctir an nrraft for the field of fight, Dif arms that wield the ai luuat jiour A u inn tf inp'8t on the f 1-; Ufa aerrb-d ranka ahall reel before The aim that laa the panther low. And ye whobroaat the mountain...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 October 1861

hiE DAILY P11ES9 kinbUahad Krenr Breninc, f .UcuDiTl ixoam) .SI. XV X. V - " Bl IU M-M S ftrriri timt, opt, ccarov-aocfa. C UIBOTBBATI DAILY PBB1 li delivered subscribers la Cincinnati, Oorlartoa end sarrosmdlng cities wi towns, at xa. Oeuts WeU iiitiu TOTwi tunaus. mus nam oiuim ,:i-piee, j tenia; On. nth, BOel three monthe. Hi !!J on roar, S.I AMUSEMENTS. iHRB'S OPERA-HOUSE. 1BEAT EVENT OF THE SB1S0N Monday Next, October 28. First appearance of the gnat Artiat, PROFESSOR ANDERSON, The wortd-renowaed and juetlyoelebreted AMBIOEXTEOIJS PBE8TIGIAT0R! Ia bia magnificent entertainment, A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD. Mr. PIKE baa great pleaenre In announcing that lie haa aucoeetled in securing the aerrinea of Prnf. AN LARSON, to iiengurate the Winter Season of hi me rpera-nouse. Tnose who law Froreisor ANDEBUOM un the occasion of hie Brevlona visit. sine veais a an, will retain a vivid reoolleotlon of eTrom thia city, hie powers &a a Magician bare been ma exiraoriinarv-ea-lll. lurins me 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. — 26 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. Bimi un raoraimoaa, HATCH DAY - lcrOBBA 96 TnxGatettthM an article to ihow that the tumors In respect to the remoral of General Fremont some that he had been remored, end Bone that he bad not; tome that he would be remored, and some that h wonld Jiot are all true, and all consistent with its town editorial statement that he had been re-' moved, his removal to take effect on Tues day last. "-' The more there is known of the affair near J.ccsburg, in which Colonel Baker lost his life, the less it looks like a rictorjr. In fact, it begins to take the appearance of a defeat, and a pretty severe one at that. Who is to Llame, of course nobody knows, although Comebody is supposed to be; and as the affair is to be investigated, probably nobody will lie much wiser upon the subject than he is row. . A correspondent of the Gazette, writing1 from Marietta, details the processes by which the Government is swindled by its officers, in the purchase of horses animals picked i:p abo...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 October 1861

WANTED. in," -won BALtt "worn mmwrr T," -rOVKO," BOARDlSO," SSS.-A4- iirlrn.Tnn RAKCKS At the Pearl. t jllaUiry, 14 Knit Pearl-si. oc2fi b MNTFD-TW OOD TAILOR 8-For Irrpairing. AV'T at Sil """ " t line. 1000-0-1 t:u. UNTFD-TO BIHT A Room, snltat.ls for .a sruaii tamiiy. neus not to exceed ;au i Address Box 1,64 s, Post oftlre. oeli b ANTED TAILOR-A first-rate Tailor for pressing and facing work for ths teeing-ma-. ilood ffnipl and steadr work to a ffnrtd htnd. 1 at 87 U- it. ooM b rANTFI A tenant foraTS Central-avenue. The stand is good lor a Uiwery or butter lroiuiro of tenant or by 1'ostoRloa. of J A M K9 'HA1XKN. ocJU-tf rAWTED BA8TP)R9-.Two flrst-rats lusters on coats : alBO. one Arlt.rate nneratnr OB rjlna. I. Sewing niachioe. Apply at Mo. tj Blckar-st., wpjrt, Ky. noifi-p pwTANTRD Twenty banters to work on pants eno mouses; DMl 01 Wages given, none om A bands need annl. Annly at 109 Cntter-st., t. Court and Clari. oc2K-b 1VANTRI IinMEDIATBl.Y-A Bboema- V V Her to work on meu A...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS SATURDAY U -OCrOIlK WIT AND WISDOM. The following it a good story about a elcrgymnn who lost hit horse one Saturday evening. After hunting in company with a boy until midnight, he gare up in despair. The next day, eomewbat dejected at his loss, he went into the pulpit and took for bis text the following passage from Job: " Oh, that I knew where I might find him I" The boy, who had just come in, sup posing the horse was still the burden of thought, cried out " I know where he is he's in Deacon Smith's barnl" Old Francis, late of Chestnut-street, was a wag, and once, in Washington City, when early peas were on the table, he emptied the contents of his snuff-box over them. "Francis, Francis I" they exclaimed; "what are you about?" " I like them that way," was the answer, lie of course had the dish to himself, and when he had concluded, exclaimed, "You thought it was snuff, did you? Nothing but black pepper." ' Not long since, a gentleman took his little daughter to a de...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 October 1861

ME DAILY TRUSS JubLlobexi lCwari-y Krcnini, ENy 11MWI) A CO". orrica- Tii-it., orr. owrok-aorin. I OIHOIDBATt DAILY PBE8I dliv.re4 tnbaerlhen In Olnolnnntl, Uovt.etoa and amandine tlllM end tew... at joxx OentM Wool. rAT.au to m cuauae. Iriri t Wsrt, fllnrle cople., 3 eentai one Jnth, (tuai tnree montna, ni v.lt one fear. :) AMUSEMENTS. I K B S OPBRA-HOUHB. PEG AT EVENT OF TBS SEASON Monday Next, October 23. First ftppei-ftDCe of the groat Artist, 1'IiOl f hSOIl ANDERSON, The world-renowned and jnstly.colebrated AMBIDlvXTROlTS PRESTIGIATOR! In his magnificent entertainment, A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD. Mr. PIKE has great pleasure In annonnclng that tie bM succeeded In securing the services of Prof. ANDdiMON, to inaugurate the Winter Season of ioi at tin tipera-nouse. 'tnoeownoenw troietsor ahuhwb on me occasion or Ms previ m visit, nine jeer, ago, will retain a Vivid reoollectlon of ma extranritnary .kill. During bit long absence from thii city, bit powers an a Magician bare been .mors ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. J1KNRY nEEO ate CO, Bursas an raorainvas. ' rtlOMsAV. . tic TOBBR 99 Coming Events. A correspondent of the Gazelle, writing from LouiiTille, grows rerjr Indignant over the following paragraph from the SU Louis correspondent of the Enquirer: "I .peak iemi officially, at least, when I ny that a storm la brewing In the political horizon more to he (beaded and feared than many defeats in battle. The removal will create euch a revolt In the Western Army the result of which can never be foretold. A divided h'otth and an indignant people against an unjust and unscrupulous Admin istration would be a fearful state of affairs. To this end we are drifting, unless through the interposition and mantul independence of the Executive the calamity is averted. Will the President take the honest responsi bility?" The Erquirer't correspondent says no mora and no woroe than is constantly being said on street corners and in newspaper columns by any body and every body who chooses to disc...

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

WANTED. istb,- -roM BAirr "torn umwr," I r cer," "found," boa&dibq," m.At- i asmlaf e!sr Mass kasxUtif tsol aaee i h Mass, (HQ U faasrsaf Mmot 9 tnk, trANTKD-BOY-To work to a Hannr-stora. rAfTEIf TWO BARIRH-At the fearl-st. linker) , 11 mnn reari-at. ooaa D T ANTED To rant or aorrhase a small melo. ltl, P- 0. oc b rAWT EDTWO O0MS-Ia a central l.-es. tlnn. fr nonftrkABDinir. ufMi .n- vn. fidrmi A., l'ress Office, ucw-l, S.VAWTBD-KIX TAILOR KSSKS-To work on ft coat. Apply Inimedlatals at 171 Main-sW loc2j.bl r ANTED TWO GOOD TAILOR 8 For T V rrpatriug. Apply at No. 83 Wt Thlrd.st., ear vine. locze-O'j win. iwi. 4mTANTE-BtX OIBLS-To work on coats! WW ..loo. fini Tailor. Annl in the rear of AA eest Ot-urt at., batwaen tlentral-av, and Jshn-st. tor 28 b'J l"vrANTED-Br a prompt-paying tenant, with vv do ctittiiren. rrcni tha it to tna am n or p. aitnated. House of ala to alffht rooma. Ttlensantlr Address R , this office. orzs c lirANTrD- Ww a smart, active Boy, -GOOD PnOTOOBAPIIKB Als...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.. .......iw.... .... oc rimsK y 8 Roman Catholics in the United States—A Statistical View. York rookl of lut week h&i Gome interesting statement! on the prepon derance of Roman Catholics In the North over the Sooth, together with eome consider ntions of importance to all of that denomi nation in foreign countries. We copy a por tion of the Tailed article, which is directed to the Roman Catholics in Canada, who, it teems, are inclined to take sides with oar in surgents against the Union. The Tablet shows them rery clearly the mistake they make: As for the Southerners being more friendly toward the Irish than the people of the North, there is abundant proof that such is sot the cae. Witness, among o'her things, what Mr. Russell was told by "a rery intel ligent man, an ex editor of a Southern pa per" to the effect that if the Southerners succeeded in gnioing their independence(we beg patdon in seceding from the Union) "they would put things on a different fo...

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