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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 November 1861

HIE DAILY 'PHE8S A'atblieheal lC-rry K-rftnina, , . Avnm unrm) - ! T M&ttttfY' traior sa go. rni-a ym-t.err. cvmn-tmn. HBti OtdOniHTl DA1LT PBS 1 delrversd aurtkn la Otnolanatl, Obvlhrtoa aad , ' '. nmnMU dtles aas ts-ama, at , Tapxx Oeaxtaa a Weelt mtni to tn outiii. , i Pairs T MArt Bind copies, 3 eentsi on esvnth, AOc three months, 91 ons year,S. AMUSEMENTS. plKll8 O F K R A - n O U 8 B . Te-Niglrt and Following Evenings. To-Night, Friday, Nov. 8. Something Now To-Night. Something New To-Night. Something New To-Night. FROFE&BOR ANDERSON. PROFESHOR ANDERSON. PROFESSOR ANDERSON. .. 3L. AST TWO NIGHTS, LAST TWO NIGHTS, liASX TWO NIGHTS, -OF TEE GREAT C0MI3 PROGRAMME. Grand Afternoon Performance, Grand Afternoon Performance, TO-MOBBOW (SATUBDAY), AT J P. at. rnos) Wo -o n s theater, Coiner Sixth li Viae etreets. Manager, Geo. Wood ; S'siie Manager, Q. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, o. T. Collins. Pates to Hurr tub Times. Dresa Oircls and Par .quelle, 80 cents; Gallery, 13 cents. TUB ...

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. — 9 November 1861

THE DAILY P11ES& UBmiY HERD Se 004 arm in mnumii SAUK DAY. ..NOTEMBKR Change of Proprietorship in the Press. On thli day the interest of the under- tinned in the Cincinnati Daily Prims ceases. The concern ptssef entirely into other hands, end under new editorial and business man agement. The futnre proprietary will be known to the public as the Cincinnati Priss Compact, and will make Its own announce ments as to Its intentions. H. REED & CO. Chambers' Encyclopedia. We are indebted to J. B. Llppincott k Co., of Philadelphia, tor the numbers composing the third volume of ' Chambers' Encyclo pedia, a Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, on the Basis of the Latest Edition of the German Conversations Lexi con," of which they are the American pub lishers. Of all the smaller encyclopedias, this is the most perfect that has fallen under our observation, not only in respect to the number and finish of its articles, Jbut to the perfectness of its typographical and artisti...

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. — 9 November 1861

WANTED. WdWTs.- ron balb." -worn bmmt.' mVAVTU'D COOK-AI the north wost (wrar 1 v or Fourth and Broadway, an sxpsrlencrd cock. None other need eyr-ly. not) b WANTPn A LADT-To room with la-ly. Alan, front r-x-m for family or single en tlmn, at S4 F-ast Fifth at. not-ti WANTKD-nVI OB BIX GIBLS To basts pantaloons. Nona bat experienced handi tieed apply. No. 91 V Outterst. nos-b V"ANTEIA ooa IlouM-palnter want a W w Job of painting, or to do the writing In a rifrioe, or to work In a atore. Hatlnfaotory refer ices given. Address H. J., Frsaa Office, noP-b WANTB-HH0EMAKKRS-On Msn's. Wo. men'a, Misses' and Children's Hewed and Teemd Work. no J. II. DITKHH. No. Sn Weat rourth-at. WANTED-OIBI18-T0 ran Singer's Sewing, machineii ilm. haatera and bnttin lli.le workers, at i5 M alLUt strest, np atalra, between Sixth and Seventh. nod h WANTED -SITUATION -As wet-nnrso, by a young and healthy woman, with a child aeven eeheo)d. Apply at office ol Cincinnati Aid Aio elation, Uffij Fourth at., corne...

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. — 9 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. Saturday....................November 9 Why Douglas was called the "Little Giant." When Stephen A. Douglas first landed at Kaples, Bcott County, Illinois, he wa not quite twenty-one years old, and bad a head that seemed too large for his body, and only a .couple of shirts tied up in a red cotton handkerchief, and less than fifty cents In his pocket. After recruiting his finances by clerking it at the action sale, he taught school In AYlncheeter for a few months; but not paying expenses he departed, leaving a "due bill" yjilh the landlord for his board, and pledging his honor to return and redeem it. During his residence in Win chester he heard Lamborn, the great Whig orator, denounce Jackson, who was then President, in a speech in the oourt house, and was so stirred up by its illogical conclusions, that he resolved, live or die, to confront Lamborn whenever he again spoko in public. Lamborn having given out his appointment to speak in Jacksonville dur ing the followi...

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. — 11 November 1861

THE DAILY PltESS Published xCtott .(stjanATS eioarre) HIE PRESS TBINTISG COMPANY. OrricsV Tnrs-gr., orr . octo-hoo. IDE OIBOIBBATI DAILY PBBSI M delivered sabsorltiert in Cincinnati, Oovtsrtoa ant sarrovndlnt elites and lewes. at fen Oouta a Wools. PAT AJLS TO TBI 0111. Fein v M tri Blni1 copies, 3 cents; ont svoth.-AOo.; three months, 1 '" one year, fLl AMUSEMENTS. X f 1 I St THKAT Ucrner sixth and vine meets. Manager, Ooo. Wood ; Stage Manager, Q. H. Gilbert; . A. VOUID. Treasurer. U. Punt to Prtr th Tiwt. Tr Olrcl and Pr. quell", Sll cents ; Uallery, 15 oenu. RKTl BN OF MISS MAQOIB MITHHRLt., Whole previous mse.trnent was so triumphantly rmo r-f l). liw been lnlnctd to aspnitr esain.r.ir BIX NIGHTS ONLY, when she will eertonat hnr frcol character of " Mathilda no Morlo, In 1HN BENCU SIT, and Ka'jr OShlel," In whi. h ttmractor alio will alcg "Trust to Luck" and fiasco an Irtnh Jig. THIS (Monday; EVENING, Not. 11, will be pro tented the Military Prams i f THE FKENOH BPT. Vathildo d...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. rUHLTH10 BAILT, KOIPI Sl'SDATS, II THE FHEKS PRINTING COMPANY. NOTRMB1R It To the Patrons of the Daily Press. Al bag already been announced, the pro- jirietortbip and editorial management of tbe Cincinnati Dailt YKtsa has passed into new bands. The present proprietor do not, in assuming the control of the columns of a daily paper, deem it necessary to lay down a " platform" as a chart for their futnrtild ance rather preferring that the patroni and readers of the Press should judge it by its conduct as it appears before them from day to day. Suffice it for the present to say that the new conductors do not engage in the publication of a dally paper without feeling tbe heavy responsibility attaching to the came, and tbe extremely arduous task of attempting to cater successfully to the de sires of the general reader. It ib our Intention to make the Pbiss, in its news department, a true reflex of thecur rent events of the day, and that its editorial columns Ehall discuss...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 November 1861

WANTED. WABTfi." rom kaib. "torn T,' fosr," rovBD,n boabdino," .aa- j asrsfsssssaA) Was Urn-, WH H immrU WStt2;Vtti&r1Hri3$' 1VJIKTItD-i SITUATION By a womii, to iff .cook In small boarding boaa, lave, n . r ealoon. Arrlyat a! west inini t hid' WAT-lTFnBASTBBS Two g o id bwwn: pone bnt eompetei.t haml need apply, lit 1 43 "West 1 bird-street, but. Kaoe and Elm. noll b' T Ayr WT-K BOT At 30S Fourth St., to Iff lesrn the grnosiy bullions, on who 'to. -com well rwtnmtndMl. n' It TNTn I v of Fourth end Broadway COOK. COOK At the nor'h wit ' 1 and Rm4wif. in axnerlenred None other nrd apply, uotf b ,1V"TKD-T( let 11 know that they eon get I WW til bent Quality of Coal Oil, t COOPS a B Chrab Drug store, at 60 cents Per gallon, eoruor f Cutter and Court ste, noil b WANTF.D MA0I1INK HANDS Two m. china hands, and button muri and baitere. The bent prices paid. Apply at Broad war up atairs. noll-b "jmrANTED A good House-painter wants a l Job of painting, or to do the writing In aa office, ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. mo DAT... ..WJOTKMBEK. 11 The Life Boat. The year of jtioce 1861 came on our English norlh-f astern oasHn storm of fury. For the two 'est days or the dj'mg year a tcmpeet fcl been brewing; and on New Yenrs day, irhea we quiet city folke were czchiit giug "compliments of the season," many auxious ejoa were turned seaward, and many an anxious heart prew sick aa the wind rose and elill rose. Many t easels, southward bound, put about and had to run ns far as Lcith Hoads for shelter. Soon after daybreak, on the first of Janu ary, the coRBt-gunrd men on Tyneraouth Voint, looking out to seaward, saw a Teasel, deeply-laden, with a flag of distress flying. Hie was struggling to get to the northward, but struggling in vain, and rapidly driving in upon the const. The coast-guardsmen followed her along the shore, and, as they went on, the people of the villages turned out to join them ; so that, ere long, each Leodlnnd had its anxious crowd, looking, pitying, trembling. It was ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESa PublUhed Err Evening, .IIVKDATI IIOIPIB) IT 1HE PBESS PRINTISO COMPANY. emoa mt-n., or, eonov-aorn. TBI OIBTOIBBATI DAILY PRESS to delivered mbsoribera la Olnolnaatl, Oovtatton end romvandlng ettlM and town., at Tn OontB , WeoU pataplb to rap oaaeiae. Pairs av Wail Bind cnplo, 3 .ante: one Baunth, 80o ! three mnotha, ftl 13 1 on year. Br, AMUSEMENTS. piKKIB OPEUA-HOUsK, To-Night, Monday, Nov. 11, THIRD WUBU, POSITIVELY TBB LAST BIX RIGHTS -or- rROFEfeSOll ANDERSON Grand and Entire Change. ALL TI1C RESERVED MYSTERIES, . ALL TUB NEW ILLUSIONS AND ALL TUB GREATEST WONDtBS, Hitherto ueprodu:ed, wilt be displayed on tbe Stags. The question will be fully au.wered - , What More Can the Wizard Do ? Br hla dotrg that of which thoae who have, already Been him had no previous cooception. rirat MRhtaof THE BONNET FROM TUB CLOUDS, THC BuNNBT FROM TBB CLOUDS, TUB BONNET "FROM TUB CLOUDS. ' The Plumea of niephiatopliilea, The Plumea of MephiMtophileis, The Plumea of Mephiatophiles....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 November 1861

THE DAILY PKES& rmLMBlID DAILT, MOeTT ireBiT., T 11K CINCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. 11 IKDtl. ..NOVEMBER, 19 GREAT UNION VICTORY IN KENTUCKY! TUCKY I The telegraph to-day brlags newj of ft (lotion Union victory achieved by our forcei under General Kelson, in North east trn Kentucky. The rebels, uader General Williams, better known as "Cerro Gardo Williams," were completely ronted fonr hundred killed and one thousand taken prig cners, the rebel commander included in the latter. Colonel Len. Harris' Regiment was fore m ob t in the fight. Tl'e Secession cause In that part of Kentucky is now dead. The Army on the Potomac. Speculations as to the probable movements of our great army at Washington are numer ous and continued. There seems to be a fctruog and growing desire to have General JItClcllan move, and some appear 10 anxious for ft forward movement that they seem al most Indifferent as to its results. But the Mass of the people bare confidence in our chief commander, and are willing t...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 November 1861

WANTED. W1BT8," " mil HALM," "POM stffT." t OBT,n -rOVBD," BOiBDlfO," te.A4 tmHummtt mimtw& iaMnen4 aaatas. a fht Horn, miU U imerf hrtmfor emu, mrANTIl-Ml,' "4 "roadway. Iwnnt? i T mm to mw m hTy caiiTa. noll-b ;VANT1U-lo"li: Unit rat Vimtort and I Y v Imtion hni maapra. on OTer-coati; no othirf Bwil rilf.t B Blrkey-jt,, Newport, Kr. non-f XTANTED-A BITUATICm-Br It woman, to I ww cook In ft am'! boarding home, tavern or loon. Aridrnm MART, thla offlCK. nnl.b WANTED-BASTKB.1 Two oM btrnj none till comnetoit hand need apply, at 141 WfttThird-ttrant, Int. Bace and Elm. noli b WANTID-A BOT-At 30S Fourth it., to iHurn the groom? builum, one who ran Coma wall recommended, noll-b' rANTBft-HITOATION Br ftyonng woman. - - u uu uiiniiiut,r-wurn iir uiiiium r.iu nurH, ur trllllrg to Klsl in tli car of children. Imi'ilra QA PnBNnnl. nnl9.l, VANTID A young man withes to obtain TV boarding In a small family, within a frw tulnutes' walk of th Poit-oOlce. Addre Q. H. W Prcua Office, noll-b "IV...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 12 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TUESDAY .HOTIDIBRS 14 [From the Atlantic Monthly for November.] THE FLOWER OF LIBERTY. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. ffYwi (lomr h this that greet, th morn Its btKN from heaven to freshly born? Wit burning star and flaming band It kindles til th innwl land Oh, tell ns list its iiim ni be! 1 this th Flower of Libertv? It Is It banner of the fro, TlMttartj Flt,wrof Liberty! Ill lavage N ature's tar abode It tender seed our lathers sowed; 1 he storm-winds rocked ices welling bed, Its opening leaves were streaked with blood, Till, lu I earth'sorantsshook to tea "the full blown l lowertf Lilertvl Tben heil tbe tanmr of the free, Tbe .tarry Flower of Liberty 1 Vhld Iti streaming ran unite, line mingling flood of braiaed ileht, The red that nres the Southern ro.e, V ith spotless white from Northern .now, And, sr-angled o'er its azure, nee The sister stars of Liberty ! Then bail the banner of the free, The atariy Flower of Llbeity! The blende of heroes fence It ronnd; Where'er ...

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. — 13 November 1861

T11E D A ILY Fit ESS lnbUbed Kenlna, (DHDin sioerTav) ' r t i J e 1IIE - CINCLSNAII PRE8S CO. f - . nv. nmfAH.tiinii. wear v-- - BE OINOTrliSATI DllllHtM to dellwret . taiwwlbw tn Olnalnnatl. Oovlafton an t ' wmMBdina eUfel an km at ' r-AVAE-U TO T 011. Tuirm vt W tt, Slnale enple. !l ef!r! "ie .,nth, riOo.l thro month., Sll 'ill orm fpr. HA AMUSEMENTS. AVION A Ii T HEATER. ImmsnM and niKialiflod aopovai of 33 A. IV BIOE And Lit enperb Troupe of AMrHITHEATTlIOATj ARTISTS nd wonder fullr-eiinca- oa STEEDS, MULES AND ANIMALS. The performance r received nightly with SHOUTS OF APPLAUSE Py crowded, brilliant iind d.dlphted audlencot. Grid inge of I'rngrainmo every ollbt. A Giatd Metlnmi ou BA1LIIDAT, commencing 't 2.i o'clock P M. . Aisnis(;o.-Drose Circle, 80 cent! ; all other -parts, 'Aft-eenta. j'tfriornienoe ai i.t o ' i"ci prp, i-'t - WOOD'S THEATER, Corner Sixth and Vine streets. Manager, Geo. Wood ; B'sge Mnnmr, G. H. Ollbert; Treasurer, O. T. Oelllne. Pntorr to Bott th Tinn.-Drm"...

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. — 13 November 1861

THE DAILY? rilESS. rri i.tm:u daily, zvkri Suiii.au, T ; TUB CCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. WKPMi8Pil......,.. HOTK1YIBBU 13 Odb readon will find etch day a choice selection of wifcellaneoua reading on the fourth page of the paper. Tna telegraphic news thii morning an nounces the capture of the pirate Sumter by one of our gun-boata. It ia hoped her pirati cal Officers and crew will meet the fate they - o justly deserve. Cheering from the Fleet. Our telegraphic dispatches to-day further and most encouraging accounts of the operations of the fleet on the Southern coast It will be seen that our successes were great, with a comparatively small loss. The rebels suffered severely. We begin to think the good time hts come. Very Cheering. our truly encouraging, and give reason to hope that the unholy rebellion now raging may be speedily and effectually crushed out. Later dispatches confirm the victory in Ken tucky announced in yesterday's Press. The naval expedition is doiDg good work, and it is s...

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. — 13 November 1861

WANTED. wjiiw '-ron BAM." "POM IIKT," ! t IAST," " FOUND," BOADDISO," ste.-Aa 4 4m !.. iU b tnmtU ' 'AS art,. m UHNK.I.N BUN, 64 West Kirtli st., Immediately. ncl3-b- nrANTlin-A Head Walter and a ninlnc If room Servant at the Broadway Hotel. Bef- renoes required. noll-h WANTED A BITUATION-To da washing or Ironing. Will go to the country. If deired. Apply t04M Rif st. boh i" WANTRD-A w housework, by womin -to the business BITHATION-To do amoral ho It arcut'mei Apply at 15-1 Water st. aai.i-b "ITtTAMT'rJD-Five otx first into Mm and ww button-hole makers, on over-coats; no o'hors sjord rply,t g Rlrkey-nt., Hewpwt, Ky. nol.-b irlKTin-t WH1T-M AKEH One Who run brsid and work na ordinary k"nt can hear of s. (rond job 1)j npi1yfTi( at B. KITTUKIl ). t-u. p wuu-slore, 13 mam si. notJ-r WAR TEfs-MTTJATIOH Br a young woman, ww to do chsmner-work or dining room wntk, or wllllrg to assist in tii care of children. Imi'Hr SO l'earson-st. nol2-b VAVANTIKD-A young man wishes t v ooaiaing in to obta...

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. — 13 November 1861

21115 DAILY PKESS. ..NOTEMRKR 13 A New Order of Nobility in France. ooire jciJctit of tbe London Jin it w ssys: A "trtion" of noblf t, on a 1rg icle, ti t this moment one of the chief preoccup tloni of the ruler of France. U 1im loo been thought of, acd often Hit Majesty hu Ix-e n on tbe ere of promulgating the decree which li to false all Bonaparlist dignitaries into members of an aristocracy; bat at the 1a,t moment there hn always been a fear of ridicule, and the decree has been withdrawn. Now, however, the time seems to be come for this great step, and those nearest to the Imperial prewipee lire in hopes of a shower of honors. M. Walewski is to be transformed Into Prince Colonna, M. de Moray into a Dae de Cbamarande, M. de Moray is to become Dnc de Moray, and all ministers are to be made counts, as are also all Generals ofdi Tision. Tremendous are the anticipations and heart-fluttering of the hopeful and un bopeful; and those people who hare tried to seem as though they disdained...

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

THT5 DAILY: PUESS FnbUahml IflTT Krenlng, 1IIE C1NCISNA1I PRESS .09. VBK OTBOtB AATl PAILT P8BH la dell-wraa. . nbeerlbeTt In Cincinnati. Ooviarto end '!.' . , rurmeadtng eltlM eo taVne, t . 9tAia. OeutM a Woala. ' ATAI'.a TO TBI Olllllll. Parrs T Msn Blnde cr-l-a. .f 'cental on, ..rtl. , Site i tnre. month, ta.f t w" fir. 9 AMUSEMENTS. I I K K S OPKllA-UOUSK f - Jo ( A To-Nlght, Wednesday, Nov. 13 LAST WIGHT BUT THREE 1 r.:, -or- ' ' . . ' ' lROFfiOR ANDERSON. ... - u.tc n m k i t. . . m-..vi- T-i-- . ,.-.r9jf.:. v i. a I 1 -"UClMia" JnLjticlorMoav, j -4 . . .. - -. ! -.ALL THE SI MAftVKLS -lWlttKb. . fpir fVBUAY NKXT, NOV. US,; AT 1 P. II.' ' ' ArttrnMOK.Pr)Bctta(l Drem Crrcto, BO ots, i " orthiT, as cw.- ' . . , , , i Boot open at IX ; commence at ., A " noil tf n ' T B" J A T E t .mar Hlvth end VlDO streets. ' " BUoaier.Oeo. Wood ; B'age Manager, Q. II, Gilbert; . ji.i, 'Areasurer, u. . leinus., j Percys to Srrre th Tkm Dress Circle and Par qwlte, 30 cents I Oallery, 15 eenU. 't...

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

THE DAILY- PRESS. ruBLimro nti.T, excspt rtATS, v 96B OlNflfvNATJ. PREM Cti.TIPAJIY. Thl HDAY. AOf JMIIRR 14 General Fremont Once More. , .. Our rwdfri will find on the fourth page or to iay't Tvta n letter from a correspond ent of the Cincinnati Enquirer, describing tlie savings and doings of General Fremont when he received the orJer of jnpcrsedure, the effixt of it in camp, Ac. Like the former letters from the snroe correspondent, this it highly interesting, although it may bo the author drew somewhat oa his fancy fur a lottioa of it. General D. C. Buell. The appointment of a new and compara tively unknown General to the command of so important a division of the army as that of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, naturally leads the public to inquire who he iff, and what are bis antecedents. From the best ourcea of viformation we possess, we fearn that General &on Carlos Buell Was born in the Btate of Ohio, M reared IfVth. gtate' of Indiana, HeHs'forty-two years of age, about five fe...

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

WANTED. WAST,' 0 RAjlM." ''VOB 'r . t ouT," "rofjND," . uoiUDina," . a AHTR1 A to6T At 4b Poarlst. Bnkrrr, virlNTRD TWO OIHOH-Wlth slnirla s.w- IT lug machines, Aplra 410 Wwt Sli'B. ooll b to R MKNKlcS BON, O'A We Klfth tt,, Immediately. noU-u" .-amrANTlTD G1BL To do gansral hn, wo'h ' vv in a small famtlr, atrett, Newrort. Inquire at 113 maoism. noi4 h WANTED A Head Walter nJ ninlnir room Servant at the Broadway Hotel. Hof Tsnoee required. nolS-n TlTANTRll- SITUATION To do washing or WW iToninij. Will go to ths countrri If duld-d. Aurlr at 48 Hnoe at. nc.lH t, WANTFI-A BITUATION-To do general boinf wnrk, hT a Oman wlm Is arcaitnma 1 1o the btisioeM Arply 11 Water nt ni3-b WTANTIIO-TWO GERMAN Of8LS-To do f I atmernl hrmsewors:. Apply at 'Jl I virion., between Fifth ami Silt itK nM 4V 'W'V'ATEn-PAllWlCB-iVlth from '! iflO to vv VI, em, In, one of the most 11 oarisnra bn rrossev in the Western (htintry. West Klflh at.', e6 irtd floor, R Airpty nt Hi. IiH m no l , noi4 i "VAWT tH-All t...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. ;..VOTIHRRR 14 ANOTHER SENSATION ARTICLE FROM THE ENQUIRER. Fremont Not Yet Done With. .. Ttie puWic re) aware that the Cincinnati ', J'.i quirtr has bees publishing erles of arti cle recently Ma rrd to the removal of , General Fremont, the cati9os therefor, speci. liiations of charges Bgairsthim, Ao, to-. In -:. that J)ptt of lhi morning appear another m article claiming to describe 'the scenes in c?wp, hen the General received the order ,. cf lupeucdurfe, how he acted, Ao. The art i. e'e is an Interesting one, and we copy it r entire; ST. LOUIS, November 12, 1861. tilara i f Ofner.il frnmonji'a . removal and his vtTj"iHrfgvUr fctirjduot. "Th narhtUon vrMeb. J Kftd jtrti is from" tb' report 'ot' the, hearer of dupajobes, Captain MofceoDy, to General Curtis J' On the 29th of Ootober, (xetural Curilsa're : tc'vtd from. the President, per Mr. Serett, foirnet )a.w pVrtfiit. of Mr. llnooln, an order from Lientpcant-Gcneral W'nfieM Scott, ill rffted to Vajnr General J 0....

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