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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 November 1861

THE DAILY. PRES3 Fabliahed K-rerr lSvenlns, 'scsbats noirrani . 1I1E CINCINNATI PRESS J CO.' orrics- vi'i-tv., orr. cwroa-soosa. tUE OinOIBBATI PMLTPBE? to delivered subscribers la Cincinnati, Oorlngtoa an. i) Ten OentM a WeeU rATiiLa TOjraa uaeeit.e. Parol t Mirt Hindis eonlee, j mM: m. tvh, 60c. I three montha. 3 onrMr.tl AMUSEMENTS. o n n ) T II K A T E K. , Cutuor Sixth and Vine streets. Macager.Gen. Wnod ; Siaifn Mnnner,p. H. Gilbert; Trennurer, U. T. Collins. Parrrs to I-tit the Time. Trsi Circle and Tar. quelle, 3U cent; Oallcry, 13 oenta. THIS (Wp.lnosdM') rvKNINO, Not. 87, the brll liaut ruing American Tragedian. - J. WILKES BOOTH, OIiACPtTm KLNOtTB IN THE LifY OF LVONS. Af'er which ! ce by Miss Stella Mnaon. To e.iicluu. with bWlHH COTTAGE. J11KIH8 OPERA -II OUHK. J W.Ottkbt Lessee and Manaircr A.W.Fenko, titaae Mitt.nkei-, 51 Simmons. Treasurer. Firs! nifMinnw of the eminent American Tragi dlan, Mr. SEAF1E. THIS (Wednesday) EVKNlUfJ, Nov. Jb. the per. f miaucfs to coniweu...

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. — 27 November 1861

THE DAILY PHESS. ' rCBMSRED DAILT, II0I1T SVIIBATS, T TUB CINCINNATI PRE8H COMPANY. Wl DNRHIttY... Five Weeks for Fifty Cents. The Datvv OiHrmwATi Pats la furnished Trw larly end promptly by onr carriers for Tun Unti week-rivi tiKi fur IHty cents. The other city jMpere cast fifty cents for rooa wibks. The Tama give til the Begular Telegraph Dispatches; hM nixie City Mewl than the other, and contain! a digest of all the current newt of the day omitting tbe long and dry detftlle. In thene times of trial te eveiy body's pockete, the earing of e weeks rob crlptinn each month la an item well worth consld- ring. It la onr Intention to make the Press the Piople'i Paper. AnvF-aTtsaMKHTS var low. The McMicken Fund. We publish at length this afternoon tbe decision of tbe Court in tbe case where tbe executors of tbe JIcMicken estate charged f .'0,000 fur extra service;. It will be seen tie Court razeed tbe charge very materially. Fremont. Our citizens, or at least a portion them, bad arrac red...

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. — 27 November 1861

WANTED. wants," ron balk," "won mbkt,- f VHT." -roiJHD." antnnma." m.i. ' mh mdw PiMt ktaAtnt, tM mm4 Aw Wiw. nil! t tnttrUi Motor Sift (nk. WANTEP-A OOOD JOK-Immr.atlr, at Jllack. Bear Tavern, oorner of Svonrnnni and Mnth-sta. nt27-fi ANTBD-IOt'R OTRI8-T0 work at Mllor. Inn. Apply At )l',lf Onttar at. WAWTKD-Mrt. Tt ANOVKR, 10 Firth-nt , ll silling Ann fall Flats, everr Stvle, at 31) to Ml cBt ) Straw Flat it 21 to 15 cent j fli B-m. I'll at 30 cents to II 25. Trimmings lower than vnr solil In this city. no27-l TOST ANTED-HOARDERR-A fs or a "mall fsmilv will bn taken at I joung tn.a 3 lCsst atlxtb-at 1 between Hyo.fn'ire and Main, where the. comforts of a buna and nrst-class fara will l given at vetr low ratal. noJT h WANTFn-HTarrbndr o know that this week will bo the In.t of tho Vintage at IIS T'roea Btitldinir. Come rid got the Burn juice ran WliiblAMSUiTS Wiuo. nins trom tba r.rbss, growers' Drp.it. it ANT If l- BIIAKnv H8 -T vary plea.ant without hoard; W W front rooms to rent,...

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. — 27 November 1861

THE DAILY PllESS. WKDKKADAf - ... NOTKMBRB )T Romance of an Old Couple. The following somewhat remarkable nar rative ia related by a Western lady, nor on visit to this city from Mripoa. She U herself ft character. She has crossed the plains twice first in 184!, during; which her busbar (1 perished and is the first American lady v b returned to thi East by the way of t tie Isthmus of Panama, She is a genuine heroine a fine specimen of stout-hearted Western womanhood and her adventures In the wilda of the unpeopled West have been numerous and exciting. If the (food folks of Mariposa bare missed a lady from their neighborhood, they are hereby apprised that ihe is com fortnbly located at the board ing bouse of Mrs. Nesbit, on the corner of Montgomery and Sutter streets, and will not retura to the mountains until Holmes, of the Gazelle, ceases to harrow the hearts of Mari i ops .mothers by calling their little babies ''brat":" Well, while the train of which this lady was a member was enc...

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. — 29 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Published Btery TCvenfntjt (sugDArs noam) -1V . THE CINCINNATI PBE8S CO. Orrui- viRa-m., on. oovroa-Bovsa. tHK UIIIOISUJTI MAILT PBIVW It delivered Subsorlbsrt fa Cincinnati, Oovtarto and turronndlnt at t! Mil towns, at Ten OoutM a Wooli nitiLa to tt cuaisa. Parol t MtL Cltifr'. rnptne. .1 eentet one vunth, ftOo thru months, kjl tf.1i on year, 8.1 AMUSEMENTS. IKKH OPE It A II 1 U M B J. W. nrrnT ! and Mihut ; A.W.FftNfio.titiiF o olaoaper, M, biMMONS.Treaaitrer. BRIT.1.IANT ATTK ACTION. BENKUT OF MR. NEAFIE. THIS (Frlilav) KVKNINCJ. Not. . the Kr. fminiiicrs to ciiiimcnce witb the celebrated Dmn:a, In tlirci' arts, of THK t'ORMOAN BB0TIIEB8. louls and Fnblan del Franchi Sir Neafle. Overture Full Band. To conclude with the Ometly, in threo acts, of DON (UiSAR UK KAZAN. Pen Caesar da lWttn Mr. Ncaflo. rirn or Admixio Prn,ti"tte, Circle and Pal cot y, 00 eta ; ;hliiiroi. half pnr Oa'lory, !5:. l!t.x Office oon U illy from 10 to 4 P. M. V ANTKD-Twenty Indies, f .r the Do...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PIIESS. rVRMtnilD DAILT, IXCirT SUKDATS, IT TIIF CINCINNATI PR FX COMPANY. FRIDAY.. ...NOTEMDBtt 39 Adams Express. We are under daily obligations to the frontlemanlY gents of Adams Express for Isle New York papers. TV i are under continued obligations to C. Meredith, Mail Agent on the Indian Centtal Railroad, for late Indianapolis paper?. A Week of Prayer. The first week of December has boea set ppart and is to be observed bj the Presbjte lian Church (New School) as a season special prayer for a revival of religion, In ccoidarcewith a resolution of their General Assembly. Congress. TLe Ff dornl Congress will meet in VTash irglon on Monday next. It is said most the Senators and Representatives are already there or on their way. This session will meet urder such circumstances as no other Con gress ia this country ever met before. Some twenty seatswillbevacantintheScna'e. Ken tucky will no longer be represented by Breck inridge or Towell. Both have gone over to Jr-fT Davis an...

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 November 1861

WANTED. ANTKD-OIRTj-To do general nonsework. n..vl VIDB-SK. DOJtV D CT ANTED FIN 0 FELT F L A TR-Cvery dV tylB at Mrs. UANOVKR'H, 10 Flfth-st , tetwaan Rim end Plum, fir M loco cents i nice Itraw flats, 25 to 60 cents ; Trimmed llonnets, t J. I fno29d VAtiTV.O-MX GOOD TINNIR9 At No. ' West r 1 th street KKDWAT BUBTOV. VANTFD-A German or Welsh Girl, t do nerrprnl hr UNawnrk In a .mall ftntlv. tn '"iD ai ifa vresc Aigum-sc, uesween DBTmiiior tm juiun. r.o'y-u SITANTHD JUST COMR-A lot of i rt fv i- " luiiHii T -piinnrn i.in Miner r.mw uonnnt. i mm. nnmivfiun ran ui. irn . nntw.p i K m anil r nm. 'r .n ..nti no . t ai d Straw Flam, SI to Ml cents. noM d TtTANTED-At the Cincinnati Steam Laundry, T corner of Longworth ami Race streets, a few Hood Tronor. Ftondy work will lie given to go d, fat workers. Apply at tin Laundry on Friday or pamroay mrrning. iw.'- n mjajAlNTRIl-A situation bv 1 " child home to net muse. li It to Ink" i Inquire at tlrlU Fast Front street. laTANTRH-A GOOD PICTURK...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. FBIDAT.. . nOTRKIBRR 9 ft From the New York Post. OUR UNION AND OUR FLAG. BY RUTH N. CROMWELL. lly flt I ben first tbos. gtarry folds, Which waved o'er Sumter's band, Bfctivcd the traitors' murderous fire, IIow flashed the tumult through tha land. No soul t'er panted for the hour That lifts it from lore's torturing rack, At panted, then, a nation's heart To hurl the insult back. If ehame then hushoj Columbia's breath, And bow ed her beauteous form, 'Twas but the siroc's awful pause The lull before the storm. Then men awoke, toul spoke to soul, And hand grasped hand, for woe or weal; Then wavering hearts were turned to iron, And nerves were turned to steel. Oli feuds were not, oM parties died, From vale to mountain crag; A cnt:o:.'s shout linked friend and foe, Our Union and our Hag; Ve gave our men as freely then As leaves from lore.t tree; We gave our gold, as rivets give TLeir waters to the sea. Still floats on high Columbia's fliip, In the glow of the autumn day,...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PEESS i (rrATg uoin) CINCINNATI PRESS CO. Orrici- tin-lT., or-?, omnon-tovn. ItlK OinOIBITATI DAILY FBXSS Ml delivered subscribers la Cincinnati, Uonngtoa bt4 surrounding cities nod town, Hi 'en Ooiita WeeU riTULi to mi ciama. ' PttlPl V Mi Blnitla 9 3j nth, BOo.l throe months, HI ilil ( one year, AMUSEMENTS. IW O O ! H THE A V Corner Sixth and Vina streets. K K fTManager.Qoo. Wood ; Steiro Mmneer.G.H. Gilbert; lrcamlm', (J, T. 4Olllns. rir?" TO HriT Til p. Timp. Ttrr.i Circle and nctte, 30 cents ; Qatlory, 15 uuti. TI1IS (Sa nrdafi KVKNINfl. Nov. 30. by mrtlc. tilnr rciimkt, J. WILKES BOOTH, WtU re poet hie great personation or iuchaku xmr.i. After which, Datce by Miss Stella Mason. To conclude with A KISS IN TlIK. DABK. 1 1 K E 8 .1 W. GtTFST A.W.FENKo.Stagol O V B It A-IIOV8S. Lcs.pa nod Manair-r tar.ugr-r. M. Simmons, Treaeurer. Tom th Bight of th distinguished American MB. NEAFIK, Who will appsar In his great ro e cf Macbeth, by the Star Company. THIS (Saturday) KVUNI...

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 November 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAYS, BY CINCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. SATURDAY..................NOVEMBER 30 Five Weeks for Fifty Cents. tegn leily tnd promptly by onr carriers for T! Cml weet-rivt w r.t.s for II ft 7 cents. The other city siren ceet fifty centi for roue wr.ms. The Pacse gives il l, the Brgnlar Telegraph Dinpatches; has mote City News than the others, and contains a dlKcnt of all the current newt of the day omtttlDf the long end dry details. In these timet of trial t every body's pockets, the saving of a week's tub crlpllon each month Is an item woll worth consld erlug. It is our Intention to make the Press the Teojife'i I'nrxT. AnvraTisnitNTs vsar tow. Late Papers. AVe are Indebted to Uco. A. Wheeler, the popular Walnut-street batter, for late New Ycrk pnperg. Retrenchment—Reduction of Salaries. TLe New York Tribune leads ofTin calling fcr retrenchment in National expenditures, nr.d a reduction in salaries of servants a mo tion which we most heartily second...

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 November 1861

WANTED. IWABT8," -FOB BALK," -FOB MBBT," Y iceT," rovsD,n boabdiso," .a- WtfsMuwh eHm$ Mubr Am smuM, not " Ve, Aw UMt, wOl totaaartMl (wieeor Si 1 T en. to do general hotiaework In a small f.m. Apply at trie Boat estate uraii "v, n . " . near Vino. no30-b rANTRD AN INDl'STBiOl'8 GIBb-rrnm litnllii.inolu',lo assist In housework, kl attend to a child. Apply t 00 Laurel-street, .ween Joan ana umwi. "" u BL To do general honseworlc, tw taoi vio-t, noay-u- Lvantbd-hnb F K L T Hi A TS-Kvery f V style t Hn. IIANIIVER'H. inn Flfth.at k.tween Klin ami num. rr 3r to mi cents: nlcfl maw Flats, 2S to 60 cents; Trimmed Banneta, 11. I nozv u i Z7ANTKI-RIX O00D TlHNMS-AtNo. ftV Iff West riithstrtet. TtOKI-U- BM'ffAl punt'w. wwrANTFri-A Oertnsn or Welsh fllrl, to I WT aenrriil h. usannrk In a stntill family. In onire at 478 West Aighth-at., between BaTmlllor ' sud Linn. aoM-tr ernr ANTED -JUST COME - A lot of nice run. V lonnblv-ahanMl nlain Blick Htrriw Bonnets nt Mra. HANOVISH'S. No. 1H Fifth St....

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 November 1861

DAILY PRESS. Saturday..............November 30 RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY. RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY. That Beautiful Land. Tlie fol'owfne hymn, from the pen of Mr. TbcimM Mc Kellnr, of Philadelphia, hat been poing the rounds throughout the United Mates, under the name of "Barry Cornwall." The editor of the Chrittian Oburver states that it should be credited to its author, Thomns McKellar, of Philadelphia; There in a land immortal, The beautiful of lands; Beside its ancient portal A sentry grimly stands, lie only can undo it, Ana open wide tne door; And mortals who pass through it Are mortals nevermore. That glorious land is heaven, And death the fentry grim; The Lord thereof has given The orening keys to him. And raD9omed spirits, sighing And sorrowing for sin, Po pass the gate in dying, And frecl' enter in. Though dark and drear the passage That lcadeth to the gate, Yet grce eomf s with the message, To souls that watch and wait; And at the time appointed A meFsenger comes down, And leads the ...

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 December 1861

'ill '3 A- - ;; THE DAILY PRESS ,1 FnbUibed Krrr Kreolnf , , (SCDAT nOUTII) iiie riNcismi pbess co. Orric tiki-it.i ore. emrfon-ao'Ts. HE OIHOISMATI DAILY PKB3U U Hyre4 nhaorlben In Olnelnnatl, Oovinptoa ud 1 i nrrnaadtn 1tlo an tewns. at atalb to vn aAaaTvn. hlfl V MA1T,- Rinele Conies. !1 MntJt n-nm Kiuiitli, Ado ! three months, SI i3 una year, S.l AMUSEMENTS. f "l Mi ' .. OOP'S! TIIKAT Comer Sixth and Vine streets. JU K. Manager, Geo. Wnnd i Stn Wsnairor.G. H. Gilbert; Imnurrr, G. T. Collins. Fmcvs Trt Brrr t if F Times. Press Circle and Par enotle, 3U cento ; Uullery, 13 nun, TTTTS (Monday) EVKKINO, December J, will be poit'friM'd l TllE M ABltliK HE ABT, In wl Irli the very popular Trnifedlan, J. WILKtS 11HOTH, will appear as " Phiilim." APer which; Dai ce by...- Mist Stella Hmoii, To conclude with TI1B FIRE-TITRB. jIKBl8 OPERA-HOUSE. J W. r.vm . lessae and Manager; A.W.fiRKo.BUte Maoagor. hi. Simxons, Treasurer. TRIUMPHANT erjOCESSI Fifth eight of the popular American Tragedia...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. M7M.I1IHD PitLV, IXOIFT lrjPAT, T HB CINCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. mo D4T.. IrBCBMBRR 'J Arming the Slaves. We print on oar 6rt page to-day ft com munication favoring tha policy oi placing arms in the hands of the colored people of the South, that they may participate in the irar. There are many who advocate this policy; and although we differ from the views of the writer, we feel willing to give Bface for a bearing of both sides. Congress in Session. our Men that both branches of Congress met to day. About forty Senators were present, and the Vice President called the Senate to order at noon. When the President's Message will be de livered we are not at present advised if to-dny, doubtless an abstract will be fur nished by the telegraph; but it is probable it will not be delivered before to-morrow. Speed the Advance. an army re lief into East Tennessee, so long the expected, hoped for and prayed for, has been aban doned, and the troops are being recalled and concentrat...

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 December 1861

WANTED. rffrs," "roa sat.," "ro I Dfir," " roVSD," BOABDIBO, SH.A' nrW.miwils sent km muter IK ktmMt not MM tf M Horn, Ul fci (n-rifd IwtVw Aw US MoM. ih'f t- 1 1 n1tirAnTK'l An Arnencwn ain n, no Tnewnra r . i W W .1 fnntllW m inrfM. Apply at 49 t Rich. novd-tt. d2-n ANTRTl Good Took, Wmhir and Ironer. i I T Reference! required. Apply hi no, a7 1 nsio-di2-b 27 -VANTFn-TWO HOX-MARHRS-Non but i 27 TV rveorlenocd hand neort apply. J. ft J. M, ' JOHNaTUN, tflW nil j'H ffm rhlrdat. d2 I. "y ANTED A GOOD COOK-At 197 Vln-t. ASTKD-TWO 01HLS plr at 31 Kllr.alieth.-st. To make Cap. Ap- WANTED-IIORSB AVDSPR1WO WAION A by person having eitr.r f r sal" iliap rn licar ofa purchaser by applying to 8. rilM.lJt'S, yT Cer.tral-ay. l2-l. -iVATun- r IVTltn-NitimR mm, One who la roll. T able ami kind to children will liearof ai'iod situation at IPS John-at. a' tTNTIin-!IX ClIRLS-To work on mnntt nisi, one irirl to do central h'ill0Work. Apply nt ISOO'arkst, , hetween t;nltcr ann uinn. nn-o- IXTANTEn-BO...

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 December 1861

THF DAILY PRESS. DKCRnnuR a A Woman for the Times. A lad of less than sixteen, named Dar ling, from rittsfield, Mass., recontly en listed in Captain Cromwell's Company, in the Northern Black Horse Cayalry. On learning that he hnd a sick mother at home, who was sadly Afflicted by his departuro, the Captain discharged the youngster and sent him home, as the brave lad supposed, on a furlough. He has received the follow ing acknowledgment of his kindness from the sister of the " bold soldier boy." It is : PITTSFIELD, MASS., Oct. 20. Cattmh Cbomweli. Vf.kk Sir: My Vrothcr, I'avid II. Darling, a lad of sixteen, left home and joined your command without the consent or even knowledge of our pa rents. I went from school to see hin last Ihurf Jny, and stated these facts to your second Lieutenant. Our young soldier re turned home Fridny, on furlough, as he sup posed, and seeing the effect of his conduct iipon my mother and a sick sister, gave his consent to remain. Hut ho is very mush eft-aid ...

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. — 3 December 1861

i',?lTHB DAILY PUES3 Xmblihed Bmr Krenlnc (j) (suarjATS xovm) 1 V '.li.E CINCINNATI TRESS CO. DRiel' TTlTl-fT.i OFT. OWTOB-BOtm. niBOinATI DAlbTPBtWI M c!lvre4 nbsorlbera la Oladnnatl, Oovlnrtoa aal amandins eltl ami town, at MTUU TO m 0ABBI1B. rUTTB WT H ATTi Singl COMM. !1 MtfMl Ann ..Mil, one.) tnree nv.ntns, l 'AT, one year. M3 AMUSEMENTS. OODM T Is K A T Corner Sixth and Vlne-atreet. 11 K. Manager, Geo. Wood ; gtsge Manager, G H. Gilbert; lreasurer, u. 1. couiue. Pniors to Crrr this Tints. Drm Circle and Par quette, 3U ceat i Gallery, 19 cent. THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, December 3, second lime 01 J. WTtKIS BOOTH, To bfi admired lnperscn Ion of "Kapliael DuchAt UI," in Till! MABBLE HKBT, APer which, Pa- re by Mini Stella Matoo. To conolnde with the farce called MOTHBtt AMP CHILD DOING WELL. pIKK8 OPERA-HOUSE. J W. OrrRT.i Uiua anil Mttiaffer ! A.W.I xiino, Stage Maueaer HI 8iMo9,Treaeurer. IMMENSE niTII Flxth night of tbe popular American Tragedian, " MB. NEAFil. TniS (Tttosda?) EV...

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. — 3 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. rvatiiHiB viriT, axcitr irBTi, it TRI CINCINNATI PH BBS COMPANY. TCB8DAY.. .DKCKrrlBKRS Five Weeks for Fifty Cents. Ths Dailt OmcimiATi Fwi la furnished ig. larly and promptly by onr carriers f r Teh GtNTS week-rivi waias Tor flftf cents. The other city papers caat flftr cents for roca wants. Tha Paua gives all tha Begntar Telegraph Dispatches; has Diota CUT Newa than tha otheia. and contain! a digest ff all tha current newa of tha day rmlttlnf tha long and dry details. In thaaa time, of trial ta evety body', pockets, tha saving of a week's snb. arrlrtlon each month la an item woll worth consid ering. It la our Intention to make Ilia Paavs tha People's Paper. ADVinTtsaisaKT vaar low. Care of Plants. We refer with pleasure to tbe -tioo of Mr. Thomas Sberen, on the first page of todsj's Pbkss, in reference to the care and mansRcment of Ornamental Flowering riant. These articles are very instructive to the amateur Florist and powsB an interest to tbe general reader. 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. — 3 December 1861

WANTED. . i waktr." mu mi.m." "won HIT," 1 06T," n roVND," BOtnVIHO," i0 tm Www, mm U lnnraja i i JjrANTKI-O0M-B a Inula Snilmeri,of I , Y aood, m(.rl and ntntlfnrw bahlte, a onrrifirt- i , ly-ftiriilpilif room, wlte taaanilflra. In a (ntwl , ' irate family. H llllnl o T from I II $18 hi I'-lLmtli, and can preaont ih ml de.irabln nitf S Its M tciiooi. rifiu a1ilrw. bofore 11 onlnck to. f J orrow, A. A. ABMO'i a rinclnoatl Pcitoffl . 1 ? t IirANTKB.-Airmail milt of rorrne wllh kUah 8 ? en,fnrnlhad or nnfiirnlahd not too far If rom tha Tost Olllce. AdrtrM lmmwtltlr, ' docS-Jt A. 0., C imniorrial OOlr-a. J Ml JwnTANTED -No ten cent. nort in urn am. ; VT plord at tlionew 8lar Galltrr, Nv !lfl fifth. ' HIW M lWflHF HUWUP INU1II. ,", i connection with any other palter?. sVimenibar. I lde3-b'J WANTM1- l"ieflM to wirk at teHnrln;. Apply at No 3S7 Cutter-etreet dura t, WTAiTBD-One Drenmaiier. and a v uirl to learn ure' yourtli street. running, at No. Worn TVA"TI I)-Two German Olrls, n-. to 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. — 3 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS TVRf DA Y.- ...DRCRMB8K3 MARCHING ALONG. SONG FOR THE ARMY—BY MRS. M. A. KIDDER. Trs army Is wlhorlne from near and from fr, The trumpet is oimcllnjr the c.ll for tht war; JHcCIf -lira' our loader, he's gallant and utrnnl, We'll fird on oar armor and bt marching along, Btfrai. Marching along wt are marching along, (Jfrri on tha armor and be marching along; BloClellan'a onr leader, he's gallant and strong, 1 or God and oar country we're marching alung. The foe Is before nt In battle array, lint let os not wayeror turn from the way; 1 he Lord is onr strength, and the Union's onr song, With courage and faith we are mai-cnlng along. ro( Marching along. Ac sigh for onr eonnfry-wt mourn f r onr dead; Tor them now onr last drop of blood will we alted; Pur canse Is the right one-onr foe's In the wrong, U hen gladly we'll slngt we're marching along. Berain Marching along, 4c. Clnr wire, and onr rhlHren we leare In yonr care, V e krow von will help them thnir Borrows to bear; ...

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