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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 November 1861

THE DAILY PltESS ., .xabliahed Urerr Breolnc, , - 'svapara oxobptbbi . - - -T- r WKNUY tlRRU e CO. TBorirroif. orrtcra vism-s., opt. trorron-aorjin. tEB tJIOIB)ATl DAILY PBsWg hi Mlnnl onbsorlbers ll CJaolnnatt, OoTtaytoa and urmwndlng el tie. uiUni, at XM. Oexataa A Weall FATA1LB TO nil CABBIES. Pbicb T Mail Blngla copies, 3 eentat one IBvnth.llOnt three months. B 'A.t one var. SI AMUSEMENTS. IRU8 OPKRA-UOUeJH To-Night and Following Evoning. HECONU WKKK ' -or Tni BRILLIANT PERFORMANCES AND cnpahailelbd success -0F- PROFESSOR ANDERSOX. ENTIRELY NSW EXPERIMENTS. ' 1N1IBELY NEW EXPERIMENTS. ENTIRELY NEW EIPEBIMENT3. GREAT CHANGE OF FBOOBinSII. GREAT CHANGE OF FEOGK1IH.HR, GREAT CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. first MonT or Inexplicable New Mysteries or TUB- SKCB8SI0N DOLLARS; On, The Coins that Cam Mot be Courted, THE BABIT8 FBOM OVER TUB RHINE; Ob, The Two Babits Rolled into One TUB BIO-DYNAMIC MYSTERY OF MB. J. It. ' ANDERSON, J I. A sernrd Grand Afternoon Performance NEXT SATURDAY, at 3 o'clo...

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. — 4 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. XIBINllY IlICKU Sm CO, DmMUi rioniiroM, IrlONDAT.. ...NOVEMBER 4 III communication from " A Friend to Juitlc' in Saturday i Prim, several annoy ing typographical errors occurred. The cor refpordent really talked excellent sense, though i two or three instance the types made him talk nonsense. We hppe his arti cle was read better than it was printed. General McClellan. men in the history of the risen, in official position, with more startling rapidity that General George B. McClellan now military Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the United States. Five or six months ago the Superintendent of a railway in the West, and comparatively unknown, be is now, after having passed through several intermediate grades, the highest officer of the army of that which is entitled to be called one of the Great Powers of the world, and at the head of the largest army of modern times. That the place which he holds de mands the most extraordinary abilities, can not be questioned; how 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. — 4 November 1861

WANTED. wabth ron tutor -ron iit, i twr," rovnD,n moamdino," ete.A- suitfi St tmtnt wader ft . o ax It AVa Wno. arMhsiteariMal wosewtt. To do ge naral housework, 1 Ol-U at the Observatory on Mt. Admit -To learn tha Ororarv flit One from tha ceuntrv nrefarreri. An ally at No Sift Broadway. nil b iVfTun- JIOY- W V SlneS sxWTArVTPD One or two Dressmakers, vv apprentice to ream West Fourth-st. Also an dres making, t TV aTsTBTf A tortd Bread Baker for aho la Toledo, u, inquire at 43 East Thltd st. noa-bj ir-WTIIT-A GOOD OOOK-Mutt com well w recommended. Ar7ly immediately at V) Xaat Third it., totwer-n Brtmdway and Ludlow. InoJ b mirANTRD-TAILOH'B CUTTINO TBLE fl Address with piice, Lock-box ,417. Jiu- clnnAtl Post-office. EBTANTEn rEDDLCS A hnoiat. In- vv dustr on. man, who can furnish a horso and eragon. can find steady employment and good waves ly applying at 4 5U West Ninth street. no4-b VVANTED -HAND-Ope good Machine-hand. w w- to run 4 HlnffAf-'a Machtnn : alto, several ff od Jtas'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. — 4 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.. ......MOTH ttBKIl4 Cheerfulness. make every dish feast." Cheerfulness is the sunshine of the soul, and the pleasing influence is not confined to te'f, to the domestic) and social circles. It is a true inward joy, an agreeable and sobor but it diffuses happy light and genial warmth emotion, nhich, while it banishes melan choly, is readily distinguished from mirth, that, like lightning, breaks through the gloom, dazzles for a moment, when. all be comes dark again. Merriment Is transient and often spasmodic; but cheerfulness is a permanent and glowing serenity of the mind. The man that enjoys this nappy dis position is not felicitous in his thoughts, nut he controls his temper, and his impulses become amiublcj while he feels a prevailing gratitude to the Giver of all good, for the ninny blessings that have been vouchsafed to him. His family rejoice in the sunshine of Lis smile, and his friends unconsciously and irresistibly partake in his presence of that galv...

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. — 5 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Xblihd KVer-r IC-vening, Utaun numi) HBMHY Tl K K D As CO, fBOPBIBTORsj. orric . visa -sr., orr. tmiToa-Boun. YHB OiBOI"ATi DAtLTPHSSi to delivered subscribers In Cincinnati, Oovlartoa ant surrounding eltls and tswas, Ten Oent a "XATaoIs. riTAiia to ti oAaaiia. Pmn v Mail BlDgle renins, 3 anti on, fitli, ROo ! tbree months. SI -J,, nns r ear, 1 1 AMUSEMENTS. It I K B S O 1' K R A - H O U S E To-Night and Following1 Ercningj. HKCONU WKBiK -or the- . BRILLIANT rEBFOBMlWES ' AND CNPABALLBLED 0K- SDOOBSS rnoFEssou andkrsox. KN1IBELT NEW EXPERIMENTS. ENTIRELY NEW EXPERIMENTS. ' ' ENTIRELY NEW EXPERIMENTS. GREAT CHANGE OF PROGRAM ME. GREAT CHANGE OF PROGRAMMS. GREAT CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. FIBBT NIGHT OF Inexplicable New Mysteries OF THE SECESSION DOLLARS; Oi, Tns Com, that Cam Not ub Cotnted, TUB BABITB FROM OYER TOE RHINE ; Ob, Tm Two Bauits Bollid into On. TUX BIO-DYNAMIC MYSTERY OF MR. J. B. ANDERSON, Jb. A second Grand Afternoon Performance NEXT SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock. A...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. UKNBY RKKU St CO, Bsrrea ab raopaiaroa. 11TKWPAY . NOVUM BER 5 Our Very Weak Administration. Having by our Independent suf fraga aided to elevate the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, late of Springfield, in the State of Illinois, to the office of President of these State united or diiunited as the cam may be and haying been in the receipt of the patronage of his Administration, directlj and indirectly, to the amount of some thirty-fire dollars, we trust that a sense of gratitude, to tmy nothing of those feelings of interest which every one must possess in an officer of his election, will prevent us from indulging in any remarks touching his Government that ate unjust to him or. derogatory to our selves. It is the practioe of our co temporaries one of them especially to pass by the Pres ident, and lay the blame of those acts of the Administration which are thought to be wrong, ill judged, or illegal, upon the heads of the executive departments through whose egancy they were per...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 November 1861

WANTED. WANTBP SITU ATION To eonk, waah and "roil. adttrs A. D , this office, aoa-b WANTRH-A WOlSAtf OOOK At the Md. tson llnnse, Covington, Ky. noi b wwrANTKTI-- omti To do f rami hone-work, V at lhObwnrvoa lit. Adams. to4-b mV"NTI!n" j,()T-Tolprn ttte Grocery Bit. sine.. ;n irtim ioe ocuniry preierrcti, ab -jlv at No, 316 Broadway. m4 b 1V'IT'!',-TW(' GOOD CARTtlAOB-TRTM- V MKHH-Apply to B BABK.KB, No. 11 East eninsi., or v. ii. ouu i nnivB., uolutnuus, uuio. no8 bi tTVATFD-A BITUATION-Br a rood cook v hiil no general hmtie wnra in s tnall fm- Vy. Arriyat Ho. 4U eerenth-st. between tJnt- urona tin rtf ANT R n A OIKIFrom fifteen to ei ihtoen V yearn or age, In aniall famllv. Ko u mil Protutante need apply. Call at No. IT Ollvar-st , onlh alilo, fourth door west of Central-ay. nofi It XVANTKD rtcDPtilB A sober, hontat, In- v duslr oils man, who can furnish a horse and wspon. can find steady employment and good waves ty applying at 45U West Ninth street. no4-u WANTED BOABDTNQllv a ma...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TIA.HDAY.. ..NOTI HBIft a LYON. The following, from the Philadelphia 8ntHTitnv rest, Ii onor the most neautlfnl trihntea that tha heroic death of Qeaeral Lvon ku called foitb l Birr Mnt. on irreea Mltmnrl'i slain. Tbe saddest eon of sorrow; Drnitnr.i oloiuls, la aentleet rain Ye from the wind can Corrnw: - Breath out, ve wtnoV, your softest sigh, flowers, In dewy splendor, rot hlio who knew wull how ta die. But never to surrender. tip rose ern the Ansml sun Dana that day of glorr; VP I urlrd from unlabel and from glia , Thewar-clond aray ami hoarv; It gathered like a funeral pall, Now broken atd now b'.Dded, V here rang the tingle's ai-grr call, And rank with rack contended. Fonr thousand men, a, hrave and true Am e'er vt nt forth in daring, ' Ur-i n t he f, that morniuft: threw . The etronffth of their dpipairing. 7heT feared not death-men bleu the Held Thftt patriot solriivradie on Fair rieodnm'f csns wan word and shield. And at their bead waa Lvon 1 Their leader'...

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. — 6 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Xn.bllabd Brcry Knlng, ffnBDATB IMIBO) ..-' at t MBNRY.nBBD Ac CO, OFTfOS V1W. ST., OVti UUS! 0 H - B OtTSB . vhi oiroibbati daily perm Bvs.uvsnt nbwrlbwf OlselB.sti, OoTlaftoB and . urromfflna ikim and towae, ai -res. ' Oont w elc t-ATSSLB TO rai UUIII. Pbtcs t MAiL-Sinda copies, 3 wntil one sxvoth, ROo I three months, Ml '4.1 1 on year. AMUSEMENTS. IIK1'8 OPERA-HOUSE a To-Night and Following Evening. BIECONTJ WICK It -oftiir-BRILLIART PERFORMANCES AND UNPARALLELED SU OOBSS -or- PROFI SSOR ANDEHSOX. ENTIRELY NSW EXPERIMENTS. imiBI LT NEW EXPERIMENTS. ENTIRELY NEW EXPERIMENTS. ORKAT CHANGE OF PROGRAM. GREAT CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. ORKAT CBANGB OP PROGRAMME. FIB8T NIGHT Of Inexplicable New Mysteries or TDE- BICESSION DOLLARS; Ob, Tin Cows that Can Mot bs Coontid. THE BABIT8 FBOH OVEB THE RHINE i Ob, Tbi Two Rsbits Rolled into Oni THE BIO-DYNAMIC MYSTERY OF MR. J. H. AND1R80H, J a. A serrrrd Grand Afternoon Performance NEXT SATURDAY, lit 3 o'clock. ,,. Aimimion -To Paniue...

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. — 6 November 1861

THE DAILY PIIESS. 11KN11Y REED ek CO, ntMiut nonimH UtDNEllV. MOV KM HB 6 Thi (7azi I not so it lay proring that the Constitution of the United States Created a nationality and not a confederacy, with a riew to an argument against the Tight of Secession. Then what, in the name cf Heaven, is it proving it for? General Fremont-His Removal. the circumstances, the removal of General Fremont, which, according to the dispatches of to day, has taken place, will produce deep sensation throughout the country. Whatever may be his want of qualiBcatinns for the place to which he was appointed, they are no justification ot the course which has been pursued toward him by the Administration. Disqualification is no excuse for proceedings which are in tended to disgrace and humiliate ; and the treatment to which General Fremont has been subjected will do more to alienate the people from the Administration, and render them indifferent to the cause, than any event that has occurred. Whatever may be 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. — 6 November 1861

WANTED. WdMTs," ro fiALm," "worn iiir," iobt." -rovMD,- BOAnDina," tmt DHllM,(Utiliwrll4MMiirUMik, V Iron. RITUiTION To conk, wash and ArMraat A P , this office, aolt-b WANTF-O-A WOMAN fOOK-At tha Msrl. Isoa Hrmse, Oovlncto, Kf. not-b -TO 01 VI For artmntlnn. a. Una. line udi. ana biiuaii mnnii i. ArP'7 hl ofrUe. no-b T? hta'tliv IVJINTFD-Alofj wok, Anplrattha Elm V V streut House, corner Kltn and JT irt-eenth. I Newport, Ky., a girl 'o F rork Mist coma wall ranora- mended. Inquire at 180 Saratoga it. n6-b t -VmriNTRD-In WW eral henrp.worlc M'st coma riNTin-i nnon WW the lew Blar Gallery. 26 Fifth It, tmn erllstcly. MBH0TP18r-At Apply no'i b lTANTIin-Tllt WW Bents and Mounts. Between Conrt and Clark. BARTIR 8-To work on Apply at 184 uotter-st. WTANTED-GTBti-To do general horisowork w ror a email lamiiy, north of the benervolr. Apply at 19 Ulgh-st.,, OlO-P who has a fair i.riipi fatm tri nnntr' AD ply toWM. M'BnUKuTS, Mo. 53 Cut Behind atreet, near Broadway. n t lirjN7HD-A yrnng man ...

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. — 6 November 1861

THE DAILY TRESS. J....i.w...NOT8)IBIII 6 A SOLDIER'S ANCESTRY. BY J. T. FIELDS. And Iijlhl'i throne reqnlred his pedigree. He stared upon the inMnnr ae nee W ho should bait known his birth of bravery. Go berk," bo cried, In nnrHesembles scorn. ..A 'V.",' u"wnr to your waiting lord "W child la nable, for, though lowly born, lion the eon and grandson of tbesvroaol" [From the New York Leader.] JOHN JACOB ASTOR. Incidents in Early Life-How He Starred and How He got Rich. Those who pass down Broadway In 18(11, and admire the solid-looking building called the ' Astor," extending the whole length of a ' block," can have very little idea of the events that have transpired, and the names that have figured in the city history, who resided where the hotel now stands. Among the most eminent, of oonrse, was John Jacob Astor. lie lived at No. 223 Broadway, in a large double house. He lived in the house a great portion of his life certainly commenced to live there as early as 1802. I think Rufus K...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS X'ubUahed Kverr Kreains. BT Mknv nuHD oo. fKOPBIBTOM. orricB tins-sr., orr. ccrroa-navn. THE OTFCIBSATI DAILY PBBSBb delivered mbsortbsrs In Cincinnati, OovlartoB and ,' svjrrovindlna OKIse on tnwas. at Ten Oent WosU. PAtaBLa to ri cabbies. Pbtob sv SlAtt Slnrls C"pIk 3 eentt; im WkMith, ROc t three months, Ml 45 1 nns rear. AMUSEMENTS. I I K H B O P i Jt A - 11 O t H li . To-Night and following- Evonir.g-a. SECOND WKKK -or tub BRIIIIAKT PERFORM ASCE8 AUD VNPABALLBLSD SUB0ES8 -OF (j PROFESSOR ANDKRSOX. ENTIRELY HEW EXPERIMENTS; EN1IRELT NEW EXPERIMENTS. ENTIBELY NEW EXPERIMENTS. GREAT tHANGEOF PROGRAMME. : - GREAT CHANGE OF PKOOR1MJI8. GREAT CHANGE OF PROGRAM ME. ; FIRST RIGHT OF Inexplicable New Mysteries or a- SFCEPSION DOLLARS; Ob, Tin Coin that Oak Not m Counted. BABITS FROM OVER THE BRINE ; , Ob, Tbe Two Habits Rolled into One THE BIO-DYNAMIC MYSTERY OF MB. J. H. ANDERSON, Jr. A eecord Grand Afternoon Performance NEXT SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock. Amieeio -To Parquett...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 November 1861

THE DAILY PltEfeS. HIC3SIIY REED As CO, THliDV. ....NOYENBEIl A Tn prtwnre of Dev mnt'er upon our o'unins hag crowded out teeial editorial article) prepared fi r tLia tcsni. LATEST SOUTHERN NEWS. More Rebel Accounts of the Leesburg Affair- Arrival of the National Prisoners at Richmond-List of the Commissioned Officers. ARRIVAL OF THE FEDERAL PRISONERS. [From the Richmond Dispatch, October 25] The announcement in the newapupera yeBttrduy morning that a liiige number of l'tdeial prisoners, captured in the butle at Iieesbnr. wenid orrivo some time during; tba diiy, eicited the cuiios'ty of our inliabi tant, and by nine o'clock a considerable crowd BPfrrublid at the Central Depot with a deitrmination to wait for the cars, no matter wbat lime thiy came In. A guard of toldiera, under Lieutenant llradford, waa stationed along the track of the Kiilrond fitm Broad ttrect to tbe engine-bouse, and no ore, tare a few privileged character, were suffered to pass the liue. The number of Eptctafors...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 November 1861

WANTED. WABT8," "ton HALM," "TOM MMKT." t 38T," -roVKD," BOAMOISO," ai-a14 Ml isaJsT ttm t w sa a (a w Ka, U hwrllWiftfM imU. AUTItn-A BMAI.L , PRINTING PRKSf- n7 ! 'war V) w Ifor nrlvata naa, 'gfi-rstarr.'M'r.aa onto, wrlNTKD W W Irtarfa of CRttla ems 0ll imnwnwteiT. T GIVB AWAY-SOtH) nvn on rttatiiira al 1110 i,, a. K. K. m7. b WANTKD- TO OIVF For adoption, nnn, bea'tlir llltls boy, aged eigliti-en mootha. Arr'T it ihl "IB no b WJtraTFI-A fntit rook. ApptT at tha Elm slreot lloo.Be, cortior V-lm and Fllteemb. IVAHTFII-Iii Ntwpnrt, Kr, a girl to o a--? erst hinrp-wnrk lit tome well r""""1 mended. Inquire a t 1 SO Haratoaa at. B-b VAWTED-A HOOP WBJBOTPI8"-.M TT the hum Star Gallery, 20 Fiflh st. Ae-ly ininedlatply. nt" WlTANTPn TV punlsa -TtW lietaoen Court it a a T it B ; To work on ml Mmihm. .Atplj ot 1S4 Cntiw-M. t mi murk.' ""'' 17ANT1!D- -OIBL To do general hnr.aowork "f.ir a email family. Apply at 19 High tM norlh of tbe BeterTuir. " IV ANTBD-A 8IT0ATION-Byaman to roa wlll.ng ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 November 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. THYRftDAT.. Thoughts from Beecher. Th following was gleaned from oao of Mr. lkecher's recent sermons; It seems to me that much that mars life is what we call infirmity; and that when we die we leave behind us many things that we call faults, and foibles, and sin, as Hie trees shed their leaves when winter comes. When the body dies, oh, how much will per ish that is the result of the forces of those passions which sleep with the Ilcsh I When we go from this world, how shall we be re leased from ten thousand things that belong to our physical state, and tend to hipdor our hpiritunl development ? When wecome to ourselves in presence of God, and be like him, of how much shall we be rid that seems to render us unfit for living or dying; and when in departing from earth wo shall be stripped of the flesh and all its influences, ... cl.ull fmrl in nnraplvpa hpfititto ami glories more than wo have ever dreamed that we possessed. A lite without a divine influence upon the sou...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 November 1861

JT11E DAILY PI.ES3 X'nbllBbed lCvorr Ktretlinj.s , . .(bi-soati nom) . .. ay- KNRV II M TO II Sc CO. BOPBIBTOB). OTrioi-Tmi-tT-t or. OTntoa-BOCsn. IBB CIBOiBBUTI PAILYFHBffl k delivered. KtMribin la Olnolnnatt, Oovlayfcm and tnrroandlng aulas and towns, at X"axx Oenta Wooll miuu Toraa oik tin. Fmrl wv BUrt. (Muile copies. 3 sentst ens anvnth, Alto.) threw monthn, a, I 'ASi one mar. ). AMUSEMENTS. I1 I K H 8 OPERA-HOUSE To-Night and Following- Eveninjs. To-Night, Friday, Nov. 8. Something New To-Night. Something New To-Night. Something New To-Night. PROFESSOR ANDERSON. PROFFSSOR ANDERSON. PROF$aOR ANDERSON. LABTTWONIOIITS, LAST 'I WO NIGHTS, LAST TWO NIOHTH, -OF THE- GREAT C0MI3 PROGRAMME. Grand Afternoon Forformance, Grand Afternoon Performance, TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), AT 2 I. fnoS M. 7 O o d t n e a t E R Corner sixth end vine streets. Blnngcr,Geo. WnM ; 8aa;a ManRaer.O. H. .Ollhort; Treuurer, t. X. Collins. Paici to Burr tii Trails. Dreai Circle end rar. tjnette, 3U cents; Oallery, ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 November 1861

THE DAILY PltESS. HENRV RBKD s CO, as ire as a raoraisTroag. FRIDAY. .NOVEMBER 8 Tbi rebels are again advancing upon Washington, baying pughsd forward their pickets to within eight miles of Alexandria. Our army, according to custom, will doubt less fall back as that of the rebels approaches. Tns Norfolk Day Booh has a paragraph which Indicates that the Confederates are flitting the remains of their dead enemies to an economical use subjecting them to the fttalytical processes of a "rendering estab lishment." How far this Is JustiBable by the rules of warfare among civilized nations is not laid down, so far as we are aware, by any of the standard writers upon the subject. The Gazette is going extensively into the question as to which of our officers is to blame for the disasters at Ball's Bluff, pub lishing hugely of documents, and ditto of editorials. From a careful reading of all the testimony, likewise the argument, it appears evident that the party really to blame In the matter w...

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

WANTED. ANTp-A LADY-Tn rmm with a ladv. im st irnni ronm n r s iuit Hainan, at 84 East n - D"l,-') y" W: .VAWTItD-riVB OR SIX GIRLS-To baste 'if ioiIiImi. Nona but ajperlanotrt hands paadar-plv. Ho. 840 Outtr-st. nn-b mmrATTBi-A BMALL pbintino pbenh ' f f jr0r private m. Audrem, for ana k, "Be rratarr," Ptwi OfBwi. noT h WAWTBn-TO GIVIC Aw A Y 8 0"l waon. loads of good manure at the b. M K. II, erattlsppnu. Call I m mad lately. no'b vj-WTANTKD-GIRLS-To ntn Blniar'a ".awing ' Wv machfnas; also, baatars and nnttnn-h.ile wnrkars, t U(J tValnut-strest, tip stairs, btwan puth and BftTenth. nog b :rT AKTBD-RITUATtON-Aa wit-nitr, bv v v .tonng and healthy woman, with a child rwn weaksold. Arptr nt ortlc l Cincinnati Aid Ao ciatlon, tiO.'l Funrth St., cornnr of Plum. noa b "V'A'TF.l-BOARr-Br eirntleman and hit v lia, a cnmtuitaMy inrniiten riom r hiihi tVard. In llin Wat.fHid : with a arirata fa -nil fi-rrfd. AildruM Box l.OOtt, I'ontonVa. no lilt J fro- (1- jtrod a an- Jly. 8. WlLBOJi'd CL...

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

THE DAILY PKE88L PR IDA V NOVBnnBR 8 [From the New York Independent] AGAIN, OH, NIGHT! An ln, Oh lender and benignant Night, My fevured temples unto tnee I bare, Becd softly downward from Hit tranquil night, And lav thv dwy Angara gentlr there. Aln, Oh NtxlH, Main I I mil lb turmoil of my brain hall ceaaa. And gentle yeeoe Eball coin, to banlfth palo. Bt'tl 1 mrmt comrwMonate, moat Mewed Night I Tlie little wood Mid in it, downy ueet, A 1 teffly flieltereil in In viml-d ed hiulit, Aid softly tentlc d, bat been lulled to rejt. lliou rock'et the murmuring tee To sirup amid tlie lily's curtain folds. All wearj thinga, ears Be. Have ally, pllHnu SIMI thy breath of balm, Tby dews slied Ver me On my forelieid bre Make lisst. to ley thy tender cooling palm, Thy (tilling flnter on the nnlra of care, 1 thank the, Night I I fel O'ervarh tired sonsesolt apella bfgln to croop Jn vision, eleep ftigins miue eyes toaaal. [From the New York Evening Post.] Physical Training in Schools—Advantages of ...

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