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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 November 1861

THE DAILY PIIES3 PnbUahed Ifivnrr Kirealng, (suriiats bicettbdj BV IDE C1XCI5NATI PBESS CO. orrics nm-n., ott. m-iToa-s-oria. TBI OlRUlftSATI DAILY PHI" It delivered suci Inert In Cincinnati, Uovlnrton end tvrronndtng cltlee and dill, M Ten Oeut Weli rAtaiLS to mi oirr. Parri v Un Single en..a. 3 sent) rm "PMth. BOO I three months, l '! on rr,R1 AMUSEMENTS. JHKEI8 Of 8HA-HOP8K J w. CvrsT lnNin4)ni(irt a iRiio.mafe Manager. M Simmons, lroanuror. Thta msnlflc-i.t Temple of Music and the Dra mnt:c Ait will open for the season, ou Thnrsdnr Ivenlner, Nevembrir 'Jl, 1961, Vlth ItiriiARn liKlnn.l BiiKRiDAJi's cslcbratod .uifilj ii iho SUHOOL FOB SCANDAL. 6lr f tor Tom'e, Mr. Grlprson! Sir Oliver Snrftcc, Jl. W Iviltngwell; it acj h Surface, F. J. I.awlcr; Chatles fin face, J II. Tuylnr; l!rab:ieo, H. Jor di ; Sir iltiijftmin backbite, M. V. (jitift-hein t-owloy, J T tnplotnn, Moses, I. Walters; Trip, 41. H. Ktodilardj Snake, J C. Fergnson; Ga-eless (with ten g i, (1 Lmirard: Sir Barrr Ilun...

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

Tills DAILY JtUtEStf. rUBLISKKD OlILT, (XelrT IVKTATJ, BT tfttK CINCINNATI PRE! COMPANY. VIM RPOaY , !VOTBIHRR4l Five Weeks for Fifty Cents. TlifiiT rinrm.ATi rsxsa is fiirnlsheiTregii. larly icd pionptly by onr carriers fjr Tim Chits k-fnViiKi for fifty cents. The other city it ere ost fifty cents for rorn mm, The Tarss trtves M. the Brgulax Telegraph Dispatches; has m ire City News than the other, and contains a digest of all the current news of the day-rmlttiBg the lore; and dr detalle. In thert times of trial ta ereiy body's pockets, the saving or week's snb script Ion each month la an Hem well worth consid ering. It la our intention to make the Pnr.sa the . I'eoiile't Toper. AiiVRaTisaMEXTt vxar low. The Weekly Press. The WrFRLr Punts, a lorge and handsome sleet, is now ready for delivery. The issue for this week will be found an interesting one an epitome of the limes jnst the thing to send to distant friends. Single copies, in irrapr.crs or otherwise, three cents. Unfortunate...

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

WANTED. wasts," -ron balk," ron bbrt,- t OUT," -roUND," BOA B DING," tc-Ai. 9Mmmh oomtmt umUr Mars keadint, not nws in ft lines, tnUt it tnttrttA Uniet for tig, . tVANTRD-A BOT-In eOroeerr.st Wo :(. . romcih-iu On who on coma well rwi. mennVd. n(Jl t WANTKI-At APPLKTATR'S niiw StnrO.il- V 1"IT, 2ti,(ii0cilly.sns and strnn.-r, who in i he Mtpll.d with flna Mkoness-s, at war prion ll.nl J Irian In rsset as low as Hi cuts. No connwtl"o with ai.y trnr tun. re. Remomli. no21-h XVNTWI -"l?srY Ton are nrr f. ..'V'1 " -'"HISHN'S Oal'erles, 10 rifth-r. ml Ijlnlh ami Main II f Ives a ,iort Plctnra to In a Mter fur ten conts. All kinds of ca-es lit waryrlres. ni2lb VTAMTFn-LrMBgH A lntnf rongh Lnmber lur fenrln, ami rnin- t.i.rnst lsts. Call at B D4KKV ft t'O 'B, TH Third at nc2l.h ffANTFn-TO BKNT- By a prompt tennnt, a v Othigt, of not more than throe rooms Flense ndipi H 0, PrefS tlftlCB. nnJI h" tTANTFO-i reipectab'o )onna Woman, to rook, warh, ftc ; slso, n Bur, to saw wood end mure liirni...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. TIIIB.DAY.. ..NOVBrlBRrl 91 [From the Nashville Patriot.] One Candid Fellow Among the Confederates. My old friend 0. Washington Bricks, ft fellow of infinite jest and most excellent fancy, makes humorous mention of facts linJer whieh none but Mr. Mark Tapleys could come out to strong. "THINGS HAS RIZ." "THINGS HAS RIZ." BACHELOR'S RETREAT, Oct. 21, 1861. To the Editors of the Daily Patriot Crnllcmcn : You are aware that with the residential contest of 18;l my political hopes and aspirations expired, and that I immediately retired to my Sabine farm on the Frogtown Turnpiko, fifteen miles from the city, where I proposed to spend the re mainder of my days in cultivating my few seres, and in endeavoring to marry some young lady of rich but respectablo parents. 8inco that lime I have visited the city but twice once last spring to get somo tlmker ced aud tub-hooka, and once last week to sell a few bushels of wheat and lay in uiy winter supplies. My wheat, the quantity of ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Published Krery a-Cvenlng, 'UftOAT axoanan) -, . . 1IIE nXClKNATl PRESS (!!). nrriri vnt.-rr., on. OTaroa-aorjt. .CHI (J1B01&BATI DAILY PBBTS I dMv.r rabtcrtbm la Cincinnati, UoriBfton en surnwindlag ettla mi. town. PITK'.B TO TBI OtUlll. rntc v ln, (tingle coet.. 3 aentsi on, BKiith, tlrto 1 three month Hi -A-li nnn rear. 31 AMUSEMENTS. I K E S O P B a A - II O U K J W OiiriT teste and MniT A.W Frmso.Stitu MuLngcr Jl ouiuoss.lreaiuior. BrllllKSt Surce'S-Pocmd Nleht of the Bo.on. vmntv trvvvtvii Knvmbpr 2?. tho per'-.r-n. nun t" n mi ena with Sheridan' elr-gait cjme ly id live nets, i! . THU. KIVAL8; 0, A Tare T Bvrn, Cast with the full strength oftherxrollent comptny. Culture 1rchetra. Bong Mr - Llngard. To (-nuclide with tTi lmig'MnMe fnreo of " LOAM OV A LOVEtt. ! Novelties In preparation. ricuoi AnMi'Hioa Puninxttti Circle and Ti1 covr5t eta i Children, half prins- Daiery, JS'. t llr a OQice open dally from lu lo 4 P. M. o n T 13. K A T E Corner Sixtti'and Vi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 November 1861

TIIE DAILY PItESS. FVIIMinCS DAflV, BXCBFT SVStUTS, IT TUB CINCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. FRIDAY. N(iVK,nn(ta a Five Weeks for Fifty Cents. Prrhh Ii furnished regu larly end protrptl) by oor cerrltrs fr Tis (Jest awtek-vna tviieks for fifty cents. The other city patera caet fifty cents for roua teiia, The Finn glvee am. the Begnlar Telegraph Mspatchea; liae mote City News than the othota. end conUlnn e digest of all the current news of the day omitting the tore ltd dry details. In thesa times of trial te eveiy body's pockets, the saving of s week's sub scription each month le an Item well worth consid ering.. Itteenr Intention to make the Par,s tho J'rep'e's 1'oprr. APVF.aTisiMiriTS vsnv low. ' W are indebted to William BcJlis'on, of the Hamilton and Eaton Railroad, for a late Chicago paper. ., , How the British Press Relish the Arrest How the British Press Relish the Arrest of Muson and Sitdell. Not a little anxiety is felt to know bow a tie British preta will regard the arrest of Jlfms...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 November 1861

WANTED. Wam:v "ton 8alb," rom iinr," IDBT," -roVHD," BOARDING," eta. A tmmdmttnk mim wwUr laeaa AeaiUnev not tm tot learn, mitt fx ntMl -- 4 een. WAPiTttrr H KliPA oth, lly' two e perlencrd eiok, nnrae alrl aide mtl'l. two ptnorlAnn.il nnka. nnrM itlt-1 ,il chtm. Ipr-Rtrl. Applr at Motrooolltan Female Employ, went Offlre, 1H4 Kat "i.nrlh-iitrePt Woll-rniMm-willed p-raorm can always obtain nrit-clia altne. tlona. A laily attend,. . po?Mi WANTEI--Two well-educates middle-anil widow Indie wlh to open a cirr.'p-ndence -with a Ttfw to nn acqualatapna wilh renpectable In tlnciitlel ntt-men middle aged- f comae f m ral linl'lta and plane- manners. VldrH Mafl.ll.tJ. KNUKLD aua Mat, E. E. BUl lgKH, Cincinnati Jptifllce. nojj h WANTfD-A PARTNER-Wlth twain ah, In a taf apd profitable unnlneea, that any ote an do; no rink to run. Addresa L. M. 8 , Oincln iie't P. O., Hiring rnl i,ame and aiUreia, when a full explanation wilt be Riven. no'ii-b' WNtl!n-noARniND In a rpnii-ctnMa w piWate fnmilr.br...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 November 1861

.THE DAILY PRESS j UIOAY OYF.M BRB, 'it THE BRAVE AT HOME. Ihv rrmlrf who hlnile he warrior's h, ' With smile Hint ivrll her nlt, dissembles, T)i( hl"' bpneafh lift drooping lash Or start? tenr.drop hut tit and tremble, Thcinph Htiivn alone ree irds the tr-ir, At il Fum" hall never know her atoty, Her hratt has shed a 'Imp a, dear . T At ever (lowed lh field ot glery I The wife who eltiU her husband's sword, 'M Id the little (ifif a vhovrtpor woods-. And bravely er-oakethe cheering wnd. What thmtfth her btart ho rent asunder . Dfoim l nitilstly tn her lrpsms tu bear The bolts il vnr nr tied him rattle, Use eht d m sacred Hood as e'er Was pound upon the plain of battle I The mother who mr-reale hr grief, While to her breast hereon she pretsos. Thi n breai hee a few brave words and brief, K isslng the rati lot I row she blesses, With no ore hut her secret llod, To rnow the p.iln that weigha upon her, PViie hul? blo d as eVr the sod leeched on Freedom's field of honor. THE LITTLE HEROI...

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. — 23 November 1861

THE DAILY TRESS Published Krj ICvenlno;, ' 'si-pits eioirrn) ' IDE ciNciNmi rsisss CO. nrriot vmt-tr., art. ocrron-aoet. CHI OlSUlnHATI DAILY FBkda 1 4M!rr.. anbecrlaars Ib Cincinnati, Orrrinfton and earrnnnrtlng eltlee an Mrne. at Ten 0ut Weelt fATllLI TO Tim (UaS'TB. Pate iit Mm, Blngln coe!-. 5 eeits: on. WTih, die ; three months, M ii.1i ona yew, SI AMUSEMENTS. onH T TI E A T , - Coiner Sixth tid Vino streets. K K. Manager, Oeo. Wood j Stage Mir, 0. H. Gilbert! Trensu'or, O. T. Oelllne. Ptm To Si-it Tim Timm. Pr-i Circle and Par guette, UO coals ; Uallery, 15 conta. SiTCBPAY EVENING, November 2 MUs ISlassle Mitchell, A Couctes. Zytomlr, lu THE WILD IRLSII GIRL, And Cleopntia, In ". ANTONY AND CLEOPATBA. MoT.dy,iheciitg Tragedian, Mr J WMVIOTB' A T I O N A I, T HEATER. ' Trlnrjithant success of I A. IS. RICE And his great Troupe of Artiste. ACCUMULATED ATTRACTION IVKBY NIGHt THIS WEKK. M'lle Alice. B'enorl Aanerl. Marl, Unfiles, and the great BulTo liuuioi Ut, ir. J AM Kb lUAYttt...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MlKLUHr.n DAIt-T, BT.OBPT St'NDAVS, IT JIsE CINCINNATI FRE8S COMPANY MH HDAT... ..notfmi,krj: Beauregard Resigns. Our dispatches to-day Inform ni that Gen rrnl Braurrgnrd baB tendered bis resignation. Is Ibis anothertint1 of tbe Qieat Bethel com Blander? We shall soon see. ' Beauregard Resigns. Rebel Advance in Missouri. HVe are Informed by telegraph to-day that the rebel McCulloch Is advancing upon Rolla, No. A hot fight in that vicinity may be looked for speedily if su:h advance is being made. Aid and Comfort for the Rebels. We are informed to day that vessel loals of munitions of war, Ac, have recently left nglitb port?, intended for the. South. Also, that several English war sloops have been old to tbe rebels. Will tbey ba allowed to reset) their new owners? We trust not. Dissensions Among the Rebel Leaders. It can not be disguised that the chief rebel leader are quarrelling among themselves at pretty serions rate. It has been but a few dnjs since their Secretar...

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 November 1861

WANTED. WANTS," "FOB BALB," "FOB BBUT," I I VST." "FOUND," BOAHDINQ," tf.-A4- Hiasasiie, ewasa mmtor Ottm aaeaMaa not sos I tet h,,. u u .ft,m. FUIMJHAMB Fo rub. ae, aiinsien id loua location, not tj ox. WNTB-T8 v Muuae. attested Id a aou red I MX). A Holla suitable for It Htura rnri-ri.l. Aadrtas (JABH, Ires Uflice, stating oumlirr and itn iiikii, poy.i i - WANTED A roRTLB-AI honae, tlovlngtrn, Ky. WANTTn-tlOHT GOOD OOOPEBS-ar-nlr 7 t the 8hcp, Maillaon-at., between Seventh ard Ktthth, Uovlngtou, Ky. Bo2.Vb J. p. KIRRPATIUOK. -A T.lKENFaa-Ynn mv have for t tin small Rum of ten rent, an 1 Tir-ward, at either ofJOll NRON'S Uallerlci, No ll fifth. it , and Mnth and Main. The work Is good. rnom.ti) wttantfo- t v flood on. XVNTKD-NoTrn cent operators at APPLE- O TR'b tew rUnr Hn'lerv. a A rifih-et , nar Wsltint IMctiitv In go- d eases for 'o oente. No con. Dcition wiih any other Oa'lery. Remember. 10,000 fancy rasoi, with Ado Llaeneaaes, at war price. tnoia hl XVANTBTi- SITOATION-As Boo...

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 November 1861

'TTTI? "nATT.V PTJp'QQ 1 1 , J- -U-J J XJ1VLU J. J. XV UkjU. I ' katFkoat -NOTKM BUR 13 RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY. Nothing is further tlirin earth from hoitvcn, nothing is nearer than heaven to earth. , The first stop ta self-knowledge is self- . distrust. ' He roust .bo thorough fool who oan learn nothing from his own folly. - i ... The ancients dreaded death; the Christian can only fear dying. Man Without religion is the creature of circumstances. Religion fs abore all cir , cumstances, and will lift him up above them. In dnikness there is no choice. It is light that enables us to see the difference between things, and it is Christ that gives US light. The errors of the good are often very diffi cult to eradicate, from being founded on mis taken views of duty. Felf-depreclalion is not humility, though often mistaken for it. Its source is Qftncr mortified pride. Helipion presents few difficulties to the humble, many to the proud, insuperable ones to the vain. Vhen searching into the hid...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PKESS Pttblteherl fCvery MvenlnaT. '' . . fiu. Ars nosrrm) 1HE , cikcisiw i FBESS CO. ernes- vma-gT., opr. OTrma-BociB. IBB OIBOIBBATI itAILT PBB8SJ dlirr.. sahsorlbar la Olsolnnati, Oovlsgtoa MM larrcuidlng cities and tewa. 3Peix OentM a WooU rAVABLS TO TBI OAkBISa. Pmr tt Matt, Single enMee j rental on M lh, Hoc. three months, SI '!i on rr,t. AMUSEMENTS. JUKE'S OPKRA-nOPHK. J W. OrrsT... ...lenee and Miner ; A.W ESNo.Stnfce Mutineer, 31. StMMoNS,Truauror. Jncriaslrg attrar-tloe-the Company pronouncel, by the preea and public, t.a unrivaled. THIS (Mnn'lnv) F.VICNINa. Ncv. the perform nro'isio rointi.ci ee with lliilwer'a popular and U Tiite 1'ouieUi , In Bvo eels, if MONET. I'sst with the fhll strength of the company. Overtu-e Full Band. Soup Mr. O. Llngard. Pas de Pantam ..................... Mods Paul Uarl. To conclude with (he Musical kxlravaganxa of JENNY LIND. Jet. ay Lied, with Botgs ......Miss Mary Sliaw. I'k-t or AnMiAMori Pnruiiette, Circle and Hal. cot y, 30 eta...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. rrj.i.isiire tmtr, uem stmnAva, it TIIB CINCINNATI PBRSS COMPANY. MOMAY.. ....NOT Kill BE R 95 The Telegraph News. In to-day's Pbibs is unusually full an4 Interesting. Tbe Foreign News, Jeff. Davis' Message, Army New, Ac., 4c, occupy much (pare, and will be read with Interest by our readers. Another "Deserter". It Is announced that another "deserter" from the enemy arrived In Washington the day after the lost grand review thre. . lie stated that the rebels bad been apprised of the review which took place tho day before, and that it was their intention to have made a formidable demonstration against our pickets, with a view of driving them in, and thereby prod nee a regular pinic and stam pede among the citizens, who were to witness the grand aflair. He stated that a pretty large rebel force had been concentrated at Faiifux for that purpose, but that for some cause or other it bad been abandoned. He says that the officer in command at Fairfax bad heard tbnt seven div...

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 November 1861

WANTED. WANTS," "TOM BALM," "FOB At at Si AST," - FOUND," OAUDIBQ,n 4vev-ia. an Am MiMt, mWUtn-rUi hfimfor 99 MnM. WANTBla TIIREK ROOIVH-With waterand other conveniences, suitable far a em ill fam ily, within ten mli.nl"' walk of the Postofrl-o. No objection to second floor. B(nt not toeicenl $s. A'ldreasJ. T. H , B.K 1,133, Postunire. no3M TANTFO-A S1TUAT10N- -Br young nisu r. (Jan sn-iaK lintU vv as eondnctor on a street cat. InillshandUerman. Adirevs J. H , Press Offlc. rno3.Vdl W ANTED-TO LANDLWlDS-A romfnrlba v llonsi i-f 8 or 9 rooms, In thorough repair, Ti lth store nr laree ot founding attach!. eltuatd Letvrecn Third and NInth-atreets and Kroeman a-id ISvcainore, by a prompt rming tenant. Address U. 1'. (J., at thia office, slating term. no2 o wrAITItn-A STBOrJO. ACT1VB BT-To V V I learu the Uicccrv btisineiie. Broadway. irANTBD-BOO M-One large room or two asnall outs, with modern couvtiuivm - fnrnhhiil. In mil-ate llOU0. Willi or WlinoiK i. ..ii. i.. ....i...... -ml wife. 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. — 25 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ..MOVRIIRKKSS THE BEST MEDICINE. TVe the open air The more you tale the better. Follow osture'i lawi To tUe very letter. Let lie dortors pro To the Buj of Biscay; Let alone the gtn, The brandy and the whisky. Freely exercise Keep your npirits cheerful; Let not dread of sickness Make yon erer fearful. Et the simplest food. Drink the pure cold water, Then you will be well. Or at least yon ought to. WIT AND WISDOM. Too much company is worse than none. To set up for a critic is bullying mankind. The modest man is seldom the object of envy. Don't judge by one t'icw of a person or thing. The young lady who gives herself away loses self-possession. AY omen never truly command till they have given their promise to obey. Can a mnn be said to be in a stew when you make his blood boil. The kiss with which a girl seeks to catch her beau is a shing-smack. Thought is the wind, knowledge the sail man the vessel. Truth endues a mon's purpose with some what of immutability. Tractice...

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 November 1861

V THE DAILY JPI1ES3 jj Pmbliahed Wwer XSrenina, , (sxarATs IIOIPTU) flHE CINCINNATI PRESS CO. orrira- tiiMT.i off. eTsroa-aopsa. CBI OIHOIBSATI DAILT PRESS M deliver., subscribers la Olnefnnatl, Oovlnftoa '" turrooartlnt .Hits end towns. Ten .- Oeuta T7trolR. uiuu to mi oiui rt. Pirn ft Mitt, Single conies, 3 eents: on. nth. ftoo.) three months, 41 !5i on yr. H AMUSEMENTS. URK'S O P K R A - 11 O U H B . .1 W. OtrrsT h Lessee and Manager ; A W FaaMo, Statu Manager. M. Simmons, Treasurer. Increasing attrectlnit-the Company pronounced, by the pre, ncd public, as utirivileit. Crowded and de Igh'ed audiences-Htar Company f the THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Not. 5.1, tho per foTnuifirfH to continence with C'olinau's Coineily, in tve if THE HEIR AT LAW. Overture- Trovatoru Tull Bind. Botg Vr. O. Liogard. Fas Cc mlque,..,.. Mons I'aulUarl. To conclude with tne langhable petite Comedy, In two acta, by Moiton, entitled THE HEIR AT LAW. ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER. Mary Partington, with Sii g. Mini Mary Hn...

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 November 1861

J THE DAILY PliESS: H TIdHlt BAILT, IZCVT BnHBATS, X M TUB riWrmWATI FHEH8 I'O.TIPAH V. NOTBitnua a Wanted-Mittens. VnWti the army of the Union winters further down jo Dixie than the banks of the Totomac, there will soon be an imperative call for protrction for the hands of our sol diers. Half million piirs of warm woolen mittens will be wanted before a month. Handling the musket with benumbed Bngerl is not a pleasant task; and, in fact, more sol dial s are said to hive been disabled from this raupe in the Crimea than from- any other. Here then, is a chance for nimble patriotic fingers. Let the ladies, in place of investing in Berlin wool, buy stout gray yarn, and r place the work of fleecy broidery by the knitth'jjof nice warm gloves for the stout nuisket-bearing haDds that sre now sustain ing the cause which makes their homes worth havipg. Kvery lady should see to it that she Civis at least one soldier "the mitten." Fugitive Slaves. One of the firbt orders of General Halleck, on e...

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 November 1861

WANTED. WANTED Krerybody to r . fMk wil1 tw the lnt of tin know that this ' Ilia V In . at Jlu TitriN ltuflriln. (Innil nrt ffnt th lire itilrit run. ring from the cress, WILLIAMBOH1! Wine. trowetV 1 if pot. no2a b nTANTRI-BARrRS-Two Tory leannt front roiimil tn mnt. with at wlthnnt h.i.iril! In ft small r-rirate ftmllr, whore the comfort of ft bi me cin ti had at ft moderate etnense. LocatiJB ituto central. Address A A. B , Frets office. InoM-il' WTAVTT.n-noOV OIBli-Abont fifteen Tears VV nl see. at 301 WI Vourth-at. nn2fi- WANTFll-PORTKB At the Mad.son Home, 1'ovlna.ton, Ry. no2 b V",TKD-A GOOD OIRt-To d" areneral v V hmiwvcrK In a small fnmllr. A tjermta girl preferred. Apply at Ho. 'iOfJ Longworth-st. ln..2H-bl , WANTF.O-A ft MALI, GIBX-To holp to tako cnie of children aud aaslst abont the lona. Apply at the north-cunt corner of Sovenih nnd Main eta. noin-b' WAISTFU-TWO OflOD, BTADY OIRLS Ooe to do the conking, wiiehlng aud ironl' g, rut the cth'r lor chumberwurk and sowing, at....

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ! TCBSD1T.. ..NOTIUBBB 96 A GOOD STORY. THE IMPERTURBABLE WITNESS. Co'onel T. B. Thorpe, in an article on "Fox Hunting," In ft late number of Harper'! Mag azine, makes one of bis characters toll this funny itor;of an imperturbable witness: "Some jeurs ago," said our narrator, who l ad a Tety twinkling eye and durable red color on the end of his nose, "some legal business caused me to sojourn for a few days in a little neighboring town, which, though now boasting of a numerous population, whs at the time ot which I speak possessed of but little more than a rude court-house, a tarern md blacksmith shop. The only active life the place crer witnessed was at 'court term,' tu.U our reminiscences eren at this moment ere virid that we found our time any thing lut heavy on our hands. The judge who x resided npun the bench was a man of fli j erior clnracter; familiar with the world SLd with the members of the bar; altogether tu erior to the rude surroundings with TtLich they ...

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