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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 October 1861

VHE DAILY FKKSS V BNBY KKKU Sc r&uPBiToaa. co:, niki yiss-sr,, or. rcrro-Borri. R (nHOIBRATI DAILY PBKS8 la dsltvsra tobeorlbers la Uiaolnaatl, Oovlnrtoa end sorroaadlnd eltlss and trwn.. at xa. Cents a Weela. FAYalLa TO TBS Ollgll. , Pairs T Matt, Single copies, 3 cental on. xmth, IMIo t three month, $ 'Jl on year, 0)3 AMUSEMENTS. a HRfi'S OPRRA-MOUSE. JCMl'HATIO BUCOUSH Extraordinary Sensation. The Opera-bense Thronged, Glitter ing and Joyant. GBEATK6T STAG E VICTQBT EVIH AOHI IVED IN CINCINNATI. TO-NICHT, MO EVERT NIGHT THIS WEEK, PROFESOR ANDERSOX, The world -renowned and justly-celebrated VJBIDEXTEOUS raESTIGUTOU! ili lilt) EllU(UttlUV UtHOi IC41 11 LUCUV, NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD. 4 He hps added t bii ivirertolre of Matt to innumer able novelties. His wonders are uuw perfuiined WITHOUT THE AID OP APPARATUS, And the mnrt attt-mifthtne; Illusion) are produced usniHidiea, ana la mo miusi ui cue auaitjoce, Peats suonlJ be n?cnrod bcfrehnd. m the appllcutionit for mutt will undoub...

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. — 29 October 1861

THE DAILY PliESS. bbitsm an nofiniWi 3 UK DAY.... .UCTOBEU 49 A mwe-bot Iiu been mated on the Po tomac, near the rebel lines, loaded with copies of the New York Timet, containing informa tion raluable to the enemy. ' Gin. Scott is to retire 'within - ten day?, upon full pay and rations, on account of physical infirmity. If mental infirmity had been good cause for retirement, he would bare gone a lone time ago. Accokdino to the Commerciat t Washing ton correspondent, the feeling'that the war is about to begin in earnest was never stronger there than now except the week that pre ceded the advance upon Manassas Junction. The Commerciat i correspondent is bird of ill-omen. It appears that Colonel Baker did not go into battle at Edwards's Ferry dreseed in full regimentals, mounted on splendid charger, as has been reported by the veracious chroniclers of the ait and umuf-sociated press. Therefore, according to the Gazette, he did not do as be should hare done. Gen. McClellan is of the opi...

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. — 29 October 1861

WANTED. 'liTS," -TOM tAtM," -rOB MM ST," toer," urovsD," boabdibo," h.a- WhimkIi eomiaf waatar Hum keadlrv., not asoafoV fj Mt lines, wOl tt hrUi Mot far 9a tmU. r intth-BOY T work In a liquor-store. Jf Uatl at Ho. jri Central. ay, ocwb' Jl'HITFn-OimoAl Laundress nnrl flS.m. f V barmaid. Addiess J. WILSON, Dally Prima J lea. MT ANTED To rent or purchase a grnall melo- J' v deon. Address, stating terms, Q. B. U , Box ,016, P.O. ooJM I WTAWTED-TWO B0t)M8-In ft centrnl loc- fT hod, lor nonRoReet rldrPM A.. Vrvm (linn. Bofierences n Tnt OCaW-D l?'WAWTRD R!X TAIL0BKSSK9 -To work on Ml coati. AVPly lmmpdintelr at 171 Alain-it. 0C2H-b .V"ANTKn-T0 RKNT-A good Bw.ns-miv T ctilne. HiiltiahlA f r tnilorintr work. Atr iwr- Hon baring oi t to rent will plwe addrew No. 4I5 vvnne si. item will do pnia in anTance. ncaW-h 1VJlMKI)-0iie Machtnfi llamt. one Button. TT hole ftlftkAT tid atpi.! Riutnrsi (loots handii receive 91 find $5 per weok. Apr' 7 at Wo. -2T wValumDIl OtT ntnr o m- a-. Ky itiaa. ui...

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. — 29 October 1861

THE DAILY PUES8. j OOTOBKK. 119 [From the Albany Evening Journal.] THE SOLDIER'S GOOD-BY. Ootd-nT to ron, mother I Though hard to the part ing Tboiixh iad If th picture that gleams la your cje let l"T Ar four boy check the tear at It starting Here's my hand with my heart to be faithful, Uood-by I Pooi-bf to yon, father! Remember and ohorlnh My tow that liaa cost, perhaps, manr a sigh - To hear-ftlous and hiyal and ttifD, should 1 perish, iou'll remember I died for my country. Good-bjl flood by to yon, sitter I The tun on the morrow fMny be ladon with gladness merer ray, et no joy win tufflre in dispelling the sorrow Of thus parting with you, my dear lister, to day. Ciood-byto yon, brother I The depst dejection Comes crowding upon me In taking your band; Bnt a solnce I And in the single reflection That 1 Wave you for service In Liberty'! band. Good by to yon, darling I The tow that we've sroken Will be sealed with my lore for yon down In my I hope to rttnra with their pledges nnbroke...

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. — 30 October 1861

THE DAILY PHESS l'ubliahed JCwerw- KvenlnK, .(SUgnATI BZ0IR1B) l V F bop m axons. Jerries rom ., mTOii-ii'ji. HI OIltnAT DAILY FBBSS I deliver. W aobaoribm In Olaelnnatl, Oovlnrtoa ant ,j rarroandlng eltle ani town, at ,rexx 0a.tA WeaU j tillHJ To ti cAtana. I Paira T Mail Single enple., 3 tentat out Jmth, c thr months, ) I if.), on year. ). AMUSEMENTS. OPERA -11 OUBB. KMPHATIO HUCCK8H ' Extraordinary Sensation. The Opera-house Thronged, Glitter lag and Joy ant. CREATEST STAGE VICT01Y EVEB ACHIEVED IN CINCINNATI. TO-NIGHT, AkD EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK, PROFESSOR ANDERSON, The world-renowned and justly-celebrated AMBIDEXTROUS PRESTIGIATORl In lilt magnificent entertainment. ANIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD. il tiai 1lRd to hit repertoire of Maple innnmor- Able novoUtea. Hia woauers ftre now performed WITHOUT Till AID OF APPABATU3, And the most ftntonlshlng .llnsionn are produced anawiiied. and In the midst of the audience. ? Peats should be secured lvf rehtilt in the ipi-licniior" for etn Wl nodo...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 October 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. HKNUY ItKKIJ Ac CO, ' sires noruimi! M kUNBevDAV.... ..OCTOBER. 30 Colomi, Jacob L. Kimtkkr, stock raiser, of Ilarrifloa County, Indians, vras arrested last Saturday, by United States officers, and taken to Indianapolis. The New Albany I.tdffT SAys his fault, as far as can be learosd, is that latt summer he sold a lot of mules to a Secessionist, and the mules have since then been sent South. A corrk3pondknt of the Louisville iVroofraf writing from Tajlorville, Spencer County, Kentucky, on the 23th, says that quite a number of patriots assembled in that place Sututday, to hear Colonel Walt. Whitnker, but were disappointed, as he was at a bar becue in Sbolby County; but old Spencer is Tapidly throwing ofT the Secesh chains that bound her. Captain Welling and Lieuten ant Bron:e sre industriously recruiting, and will reap the fruit of their labors in a full cob Contractors' Frauds. The Louisville Democrat of yesterday states that General Mitchell has rejected a large qu...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 October 1861

WANTED. ,YZV "TOB BALE," -FOB MWBT, 5BT," -rOUKD," BOABDIFO," e.-At wait wmln amder (Ai keaUtis not mom4i 4v Hon, aril! UmrUi Ufar 93 m. (AIXTKI ITUATlUB ab wet tior, by a Synnpg Amern'.o woman, urn ei iisomni . nni llli inn uomi .i DKr uinn on.m-n- I ANTEP-A QIRL-Tonnrse children. Ad lite.. B. SMITH, et th. office of thii p..per. UrANTEIJ-orRL Ae Lanndmt and Churn 1 beruieid. Add i CM . WILSON, Dallr Preee j e. ; ool9-b f ITANTED A GIRL To do plain tewing for if family. One arrmtomed to the me of a new. ' machine preferted, Apply at 1.14 Went Fourth. CcSO-b'SJ, (et. V17ANTED-T() IXOH NOK-Onnd land tn 1" v Wisconsin or Illinois f.tr ffoml hnree and , irgy; also, a hnree and eAPreea-wagon. A.tdreaa ' at. Dice Box oc30 h it'ANTED-TO KENT A good Sewing-nut. t.yv chine, euibihlp f r tailoring i on hftvfiiff ore to rect will nlpfte tddrosi No. Ulil i r ffiiinrms worn. ai.t wr : tVflde M. Kent will be jmM In tw. ration. ocJN-b WANTFO-Ono MnchinA Un4t one Button liole Muker httA levernl Ha...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ! W 8DNEBDAT OCTOBKR 30 [From the London News.] Views of the American War-The Real Greatness of the American Union. The whole history of (treat States, whether monarchical or republican, in all age and in all climes, bas been on of alternate engraft ing and .plinterings from the central stock. Territorial expansion and contraction hare been by turns the destiny of nearly every European State of the first order, since tbe dnys of Charlemagne. It hss been pre-eminently so of 'France, whose confines have seldom remained for half a century un changed: vet when has tbe bitterest enemy of that great country ventured to talk of her I political existence as a tnmg mat nas passed away? Every true statesman and historian understands that the vitality of a great State consists not in tbe casual extent of its acre age, or the fluctuating number of its peoplf, but in the mural vigor which loyalty to its institutions, and homogenity of feeling, habit and purpose, give, and which ...

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. — 31 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS X'obliabed HJverw Kvenlng, 'scsdats axdarVanj . IfUiNBY WMIJD &s CO. f f BOPBIBTOBB. orrirs vm-rr., o. errroa-aMriSB. tHB OIEfJlMATl T)AILT PBItSI h dfllvire abterttttn la Cincinnati, Oovlartoa and rarroandlnf eltle end tewns. ' Vxx Oosata , Wooli MYaBLB 10 Til OABBICB. Pain T Mrt,-Btnl copies, 3 cants! on tun tli. Bite ( three months. St M-li ono year. i. AMUSEMENTS. IIIKH8 (1PKRA-1IOUSE GENUINE HUCCK88! Great Change of Programme. Great Change of Programme. Croat Change of Programme. THIS AND EVEKT EVENING, PKOFEtSOU ANDfiRSOy, Will vary the performance of HIS GREAT ENTERTAINMENT, A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD, BY INTRODUCING Few Features or Wonderment, ia I GHJliYI TIBET NIGHT OF TTIE Great 'Bio-Dynamio Feat, Prtpsred by Mr J. H. ANPIBKON, and who will unbuilt himself to be tightly corded by a committee ftf the audience, and will aftorwnrd free hlut-olf lroni liis hoods, however coninlpx may ho tho bird Ina. Thisisoneof tho rrnt feats claimtd by the bpirl'nnllnti', b...

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. — 31 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. HKNKY RKKU 6m CO, ma un noniiKH, THIHODAT.. ...OCTOBB 31 It lerms that neither General Scott nor General McClellan are to resign; nor 1b Gen ' eral Fremont to be superseded. This Is glory eno gh, nntil tbe next batch of dispatches. "A LRTTiR from Commodore Duponr, dated Sunday evening, makes nomention of the reported robbery of hi- private instruc tions, maps, Ac." so gajg the telegraph. Perhaps the Commodore was of the opinion that the less said tbe better. Thb Armada If the dispatches are to be credited baa sailed from Fortress Monroe for Its Southern destiny. It had fair weather for the starting; and tbe Great Republic loomed up beaatifully as it swept out upon the breast of the broad Atlantic, surrounded by a crowd of lesser craft its lofty spars and clouds of snowy canvas glorified by the rays of the morning sun. May its return be as happy. Tr tbe Government would remove from 'Washington, take up its residence at Ben niegton or Fon du Lac, and employ none but V...

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. — 31 October 1861

WANTED. WAST8,n -TOM BALM,"- - fOM MM ST," tUBT,n -fOVBW BOABDISa," tH.-Ai-Siislniiisii mtm tier Off kAino not mom af M KnM, mill Is faesrlea ssrlosor 91 seats. AINTBP-TWO BOS-At the Pearl tr-e llekery, 14 t 1'eMlst. Cll-be WANTEO A WOOL 8PINNKa-At the Dot. Ington Wool tite.Kotj, coiuor of Pike and Stain eta., Covington, Kf. of.11-c WANTED- fmCATIOM-To da ehmr.r-r. work, sewing or house-cleaning. Applr t 3 II Blcnmond-Bt,, nesx Plum. ocll-b WANTFD SITUATION At Wnt nnrw.br respecteble woman. Apply at ItlO Brnedsrer, tetween blith and New. oe3l-b WANTED SITUATION As Wet nnrse. by a young Araerir-tn women. Call at the office of Dr. 11. SMIl H, 189 tJourt-st., near Linn. oc,m-b ANTED -A OTRr.-To nurse children. Ad dress 8. SMITH, at the office of t hit pper. oc3il.b-J MrANTED-PITl'ATIOH To dr.honmwork is small family, by a healthy I'rotostent gin. No objections to the country. . Apply at llfl Lock atreet, near ith. oc-3'-b ANT En-TopTirrhs.se traa'l portable en ft gine. or from two to f...

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. — 31 October 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. THURSDAY....- ... Ot'TWBKR 31 EXPERIENCES AMONG THE CONTRA EXPERIENCES AMONG THE CONTRA BANDS. The Slaves at Fortress Monroe—Sketches of Their Character and Habits. Mr. Edward L. Tierce, one of the Mas sachusetts soldiers who served in the three months campaign tinder General Butler, contributes to the November number of tlio Atlantic Monthly an interesting article on the " Contrabands at Fortress Monroe." Mr. Pierce was Assigned to the exclusive con trol and supervision of the negroes, direct ing their hours of labor ana tneir rests, without interference from any one; and hence enjoyed peculiar facilities for ob serving their habits and arriving at just conclusions in regard to thoir condition. He shows us that tho slaves are not imbruted snvagis, but nn intelligent and docile race, " quite equal," he says " to the mass of the Poutborn population," if not so thrifty and practical as the Yankees. We copy a few passages from Mr. Tierce's excellent narrative : CONTRAB...

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

so - V' I THE DAILY PRESS JL'nblished Kvry XSrenlnc " ' .((TjgDATS xaarrnai '" RBNIIY niCTCO Sc do. ... rBOPBlBJOBa. oin'TOM.iOT, ocsTon-ifout. CBS OIBOTBBATI DAILY PENS a) delivered rateer1brl la Cincinnati, tlovlartoa ul sammndfn cities ens' tewne. at Txx Oenta WeeU varans to ne otimi. fnifl T "JAn, Single cndw, 3 sent. I on vtitith, ItOo t three mouths, Al -4.lt one year, ft.1 AMUSEMENTS. i K IKE'S OPERA-HOUSE OKNUINK 8UOOK88I Croat Change of Programme. Great Change of Programme. Great Change of Programme. THIS UNO EVERY LVENING, rilOFEfrSOR ANDERSON, Will vary the performaooe of HIS GREAT ENTERTAINMENT, A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD, BI ISTBODUOINO New Features of Wonderment, fiTZGHTIiT I FIB8T MIGHT OF TI1R Great ',Bio-Dynamlo Peat, Frepared hy Mr J. H. ANDRKSON, and who will ami, nut himself to be tishtly corded by a committee of the audience, and will afterward free him-elf from hii not-ds, however complex mar ee tba bind ing This Is one of the great feats clalmt-d br tba Spiritual...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 November 1861

THE DAILY PllESS. UKNIIY BBED CO Mini asm paowTnss, FhlDAV.. ..MOrBMRKR 1 The Gazette and State Sovereignty. "Tbe Goutt undertook to show that the framtri of the Constitution did not plant an organic defect in it e the Prim thinki the did by retaining State Sovereignty: ana we thowed that State Sorereignty bad no existence in tbe Constitution, but wal czpreasly abolished by it." G'.. The frameri of the Constitution did m they were forced to do by the circumstances. Tbey were far from unanimous in respect to the organic provisions that a Constitution should contain ; and were therefore obliged to come to a compromise a mutual surren der of Tiews in which consistency was sac rificed to nnity. The people were no more unanimous than their delegates; and the latter were compelled to have regard to what were supposed to be their opinions npon the various questions that arose In the Conven tion. The States were already established i the national polity was an untried experi ment. The forme...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 November 1861

WANTED. f WiBTW -WOW tAlM," "POM MBBT. , I9BT," "fOPA'D." BOABDINO," em, At. ; ' 'IWANTBD TWO B08-At the Prl street , , WW Bakery, 14 k reil-rt. ocll-b 'iWAWTltn A Journeyman Painter fir small ice, noting wsg-s and resldanc. OIBL To lirNTD-A HBu To do ran f f wi.rt Inquire at No. 838 John-st 'anaral ho-i.e- n.tween nol-b i TAISTED-A WOOb RPINNRB-At tha OoT. i t" tngton Wool Factory, eotner of Pike and OcSI-C VI Main ets., Covington, Kr r 17 ANTED-A SHUATION-T do chamber. w wor, ewir r lion cln n-r i Bi'hmond.t.( ner Plum, Applf at no OC.H-IV r MTANTFO-HITUATION-Aa Wet tinratuV t ww renpe-ctHbie woman. Apply at 9iu Broadway, between biith and New. oc3l-b WANTED-8TTDATION By a colored woman to do aTAimrnl limmflWork At, two bn.s. 14 npd W yara of ape, te make themelv nofui in Any capacity. Aauresn a. u , inu otnne noi-D W7A(i.TD-S w women's, mlssea' joraM w.ork. jol-b 8HOIMK1CRS-On min'a, anil children i wad aou J. II DBTRB4, 63 Went ronrth-t. "V'AWTT,Rlx OI HI'S To haste on blons-i. ...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. FsTIDAY. ....KOTinBCR 1 AFTER THE BATTLE. Tha dtrims are ell muffled, the bnglee; nr. still! there's paum in the valler a halt on th. hill, Aril h. .lire of elar darda swerve hack with 4 thrill, Where h"ATM of tha daad bar the war; Jfi r a irtml f aid la lapt-d, Baven's garner to 811, And lit rn leath holds hla hanraat to-day. There's a enlce In th win Ilka spirit's low err 'Tib the muiter roll soundin. end who shall reply For ibvee whose wan faces glare whita to the sky, Vllhejes fixed o steadiest and din ly, A lhe wait that last turnip which they mar not Vi luse hands clutoh tha awoid bilt so grimly? The brare ld, lata lifted, are m lemnly bowed, And tl.e riderlens chargers itand quiveriug and ciwf-d, An Hi hiirltl qulm I" chanted alond. The Brians ol tha d.eh atricken drowning j lit bile v ictory li uka ou like a uueen, pale and nn ml . , Who awaits till the morning bar trowolng. There is no mocking b'atoTi aa eta? alnka to clay; The th it, poa.ps of the peace-ti...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS XblUb.)d Mir Brenina, .fSVMOATS BCIRD) HBNnY uUeD ' Sc CO. rBOPBIBTOBB, I orrica- Tnra-gr., ott. evsroa-aotm. ram CTBOThBATI PAILT PEEKS hi dsllvarea oabsertbsri la Cincinnati, Oovlagton an nmMdlDC eltlo U4 lawn, at . Voxi. 0nt ' X'VT'eola. ' Hitiu wni OAaatta. Parol it Mn Single copies, 3 senti! on Baonth, 80c I throe months. SI tHi one your. SI AMUSEMENTS. JIIKBI8 OrKUA - II OIISK 1 Two Or and Performances To-day. Two Grand Performances To-day. Two Grand Performances To-day. -OF- PBOPESS'B ANDICRSON rnoFEBs'n anderbon PnOFKSS'Il ANDKIISON PBOFKSS'H ANDERSON AFTERNOON AT THBEI O'OLOUK. AFTERNOON AT TIIBBB O'CLOCK. AITEBNOON AT THBEE O'CLOCK. ron FAMILIES AND BCH'OOLg. FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS. IVKNIMQ AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Children Admitted to Dress Cir cle in Afternoon for 25 cts. A GREAT PROGRAMME TO MIGHT. A GREAT PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. Doom open at 7)6 o'clock ; commence at 9. no2 O O D H THEATER, Corner Sixth and Vine streets. manager, Geo. Wood ...

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

TUE DAILY PIIESS. HKJJHY IlICKIJ c COM nwi raorajwroaav, MAI I'M DAT.! NOTKIBKRJ The Army in Missouri. Great, nncl, we auspect, just fears arc enter tained for tbeaafotr of General Fremont's arm in Missouri. He is passing through What is virtually the enemj'a country, and most necessarily reduce his force rapidly as he advances by establishing; posts to keep up his line of communication. It is evidently the policy of General Price to lend him for ward, and not to fight nntil bis army is re duced to numbers inferior to his own. A large army on a march, with inadequate means of transportation, will inevitably leave weak points in its column, affording tbe enemy, whose means of communication are perfect, opportunities to take advantage cf the c'rcnmstances, to cut off detachments and capture Lib supplies and materials. Within a few weeks, perhaps within a few fays, tbe roads in Southern Missouri will become almost impassable for wagons and artillery, and advance or retreat will be alik...

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

WANTED. wabi" -ron mh" "ton a but," l OBT," "FOUND," BOAHDlSa," a.-A A- MR Mill WW"f ,iar a . MWmf ftOt 0.. "WWT ANTRD One Or two Ii maker. A Ian nn to barn drm making, at T9 Vint Fourth ii. nnj-n WA I NTFD-A food nrnail BnVor for nhnn in Toledo, 0. Jnqulraat 43 laatThlid st. . noj-b'j "TAflTEl A Jonrnejmnn rainier f.r tjmall v V Jon ol plain woik. Arlilraaa Bdx 70.1 P.atnf. ffice, atatlng wg?i and rraldenra. nol-li 'ITANTED-A GIRT. To do eanaral tiniw. Tf Wlirk- (nniitrftii Nn Aid Jnfin.at . hftwn.n ffn-Ti'mn am mptiin. nol-l. TrVA,,ITEP-A WOOL BPINNKR-At lbs Dor Slain sti., OoTiiiRtuD, Kf. mgion wool ructurr, ciriue Pikn and oc.li-c' WANTBD A GOOD COOK Mnet oom wall rrcominsnded. Ar-plr immtilately at 9 East Third at., tetwean Broadway and Ludlow. BOJ UJ WAPITI1 D-TAILOB'8 CtlTTINO TABLE AridrrM with r-rlca, Look-box !,4I7, Out cinnnti I'oftt-nlUce. nw-b WANTED -t(ANTt-Orood Marhina-hanrl. to run a Rinaar'. Machine : alHo. a-vral a Bns'ere. None but good ha odn Deed apply tit fi?3...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. m TIRnAT.. .NOVEMBER a [Written for the Cincinnati Press.] THE LEAF. BY J. B. QUINBY. The lesf, tha lost", tbe tlojr loaf, What nio, I ik, la It? hr should etch tree, etch shrub, each plant, Been hare Itt leavns to lit? Are ther alone put there for show To beantv add, and grace To wave like retimes In sunshine flow, And ornate Nature'! face? Are such alone the oete all Of leaves, and planta, and trees? Or are there usia greater far Than enow themselves in theae? Son. noMer purpose they fulfill A grander end bav. tbsy; Thevi for their trunks, the dews distill, And (rasp the aunlight ray. The heelthfiil gases they Imbibe, A nd breexea they Inhale; And aend them thrilling through the whole, And worthless onea eihale. Thna they Inspire what's good for uie; They Innga to planta supply; They nee and beauty, grace Impart Proclaim a Ood moat high. Cincinnati, October, 18M. OUR JEANETTES. 'Ycu are going far away, far away from poor JeeoMte; And tbere'e no one left to lore me...

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