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

t i t lArTHE DAILY PRESS mbliahed Bwarr BTrenlnCg' ? (e-ATS nomD IT tMbrlHE CINCIBNAII PRESS CO. orrics- rm-n.i or. ocsron-Bonsa. VV 2'BI C1B01BBAT1 DAILI raasg delivered nMOnDVTI IB V71UOiou.il, vovinrWB u Sarmsndtng ettlee and tew.., at Oeuta Woela. riTHLI TO TBI SABB11B. VJ,?'?,.1' Fares WAtt Biogle copies, 3 sentst 0l J ' teobth, BOo.l three months, )! it.1i one year.)) AMUSEMENTS. J I t t 1 I) O O n T 11 K A T Corner Sixth and Vine streets. Manager, Geo. Wood t StngeManiigor.a.H. Gilbert; Treasurer, u. T. Cellini. Putcrs to Stirr tiii Tbm.-Bii Olrcl. and Far. . quette, 30 cent. j Culler?, IS cat. THIS (WeBcs'ity) EVENING, December 4, last night but three of 3. WILKtS BOOTH, Who Kill appear In hlfl great character Of HAMLET; PpiHcr or Duiik, Afler which, Da? ce br Miat Stella Mason, To conclnde with the farce called 1H0TI1KK AM) CHILD DOING WKLti. JIIKI'D O P K RA-IIOTJSR. J W. GrjrsT Lessee and Manager ; A.W.FmNO.Bta&e Manager, ai. BiimoKs.l'roasurer. Seventh night of the c...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ft! !. DAIIT, (XCirT fl'WDAI". BT TUB rilClNNATI PRKW COMPOST, WKINll!n. .oM'fc n BBK. 4 Many Thanks. We are under great obligations' to those friends who hare of late interested them selves in extondlug the circnlation and ad vertising business of the Paras. We assure them that their kindness is fully appreciated., And we shall strire to make our paper still ie ore acceptable and worthy of patronage. The Prkss is a little smaller than the other dailies, but it contains just as much telegraph and city news, and a digest of cur rent eventB omitting only the long and often dry and tedious details. We give all that the general reader desires to see, and furniih our paper live weeks for fifty cents, whereas you can only get the others four w eeks for that money. This is an item worth looking after these pinching time. Jir Short advertisements inserted as u?ual fttc for twenty-five cents. Office on Vine-Btieet, a few doors below Fourth. The Printers' Strike in Washington...

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 December 1861

WANTED. .. "FOB HALM." "Ml ' I ttBr," "FOUND," BOAMDIKW w--' '. " vOTwsefts mtaMKlr sftsse Uotttfs mm Umee, mUl U Intern hfef " . 'imrAtTHD-TO pnsutHARl! A Steamboat. ' AlVl r mnmi h.lf,ff one IO Bell, Will do Well to Uii - - v. - Kni,.UPB.iiittaBH It now. Annlv I ' b W. I. DOHA, J6 We.t Thir.-street, up Italia. ' f lde4-d r jNTKO WOOD-CflOPTE RS-Two or three 7T god bands, to out csrd-wood, miles out on I '...exItirtoB Turnpike, Ky. Inquire on the premises ' !"f JOIBMBllll. OM 0- wriNTKis- A WRT-NUnSJ-Wltnoiit nvln- rnmliraRPI T ninir. ( ft K Wut Mnlh. F ltrMt. Also, ft vooa. am-o-i1 WWTANTKO-A OIBb-To go on mil In the s v v country, 10 ao nonsewora, Apply t ro Bt Fear) at. in 1 -nix kh'iui iruBiwurm j hi on, aw son a ati m 0 -. ai. 1 a. a 11 m. n.11 Ann! .mmprilfttotv A oanil nnnrrnnlt aii'l Rte&ilr einpynieut to gud men. J AM.KH A. VOX, do4c Yellow Spring. Oroen On.. Oh.n. M M KPI ATBbT Tn good Bmt- 11 urn iurl itfn M artilnUtn. nil ttlA lull lb eftt rr.riwr uf John and Sixth ...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. WKDNIKBA? ..DECEMBER 4 SOME FUN. [From the New York Post.] The Last Man of Beaufort. 'Tii the last tn At Beaufort Left lilting alone, All his valiant companions Had "ramoitd" and gonej No lecesta of his kindred To comfort is nigh, And bii liqnor'l expended, The bottle is dry I "We'll not leave tbee, thou lone ono," Or harshly condemn Since your friends have all "mizzled," You can't sleep with them; And iff no jokinjr matter To Bleep with the dead; So we'll take you back with ua "Jim, lift up bis head 1" lie muttered some words As they bore him away, And the breeze thus repeated The words be did say: "When the liquor's all out, And your Iriends they have flown, Oil I who would inhabit This Beaufort alone ?" An Atffctino SioriT. To see a young man swapping kisses with a pretty girl. Young women are never in more danger of being made slaves than when the men are at their feet. To keep warm in a cold day, women double tbe cc and men double the Mm. ' John, did Mrs. Green...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS FmbUahnd Krery Kteoinfi (bvkdats unrm) ink Cincinnati tress co. orrrca- Tim-ST,, orr. owrow-aoosa. HI OIBU1BBATI I1III If dettv.red nbxnttxn la Clnelnnatl, Oovlnsioi and gurrnwndliur eltlf and towns, at I'm xx. 0nt - Wee; VATABUs TO TBI OtUlll, , Fair T Mitt, Single copies, .1 mi out astli, IHlc. three ninnthn, ) 4.1) cms tr, VI AMUSEMENTS. JJ B I K t I 9 O P B It A - it O U tC i J V. Opf.rt tns.se anil Manaicr i A W Flo, Stage lUaniianr, 51. BlMMriKd.Tri'luuroc Eighth night of the popular American Tia?f tlKn, MR. NE1FIB, Who will nvpoar In ill" groat role of JIHXJTUH. I ll!S (Tliurrdai) EVKNIJM, D-emW .1, will be pert'urir.id, Sliakspeare's great Tragedy, lit five Acts, of jtiLirs CTCSAtt. Enittia Mr. Nellie. No ottier Vce performed. Friday evening, ilenotlt and laat appearance bnt one of sir. Meahe. Priof or AnMts.io Pnrinette, Circle and flat C(" V, SO CM Cbllilren. half price: Oa lory, -Ale. II X tifflce oren dilj from III to 4 P M. OIH T II BAT Coruer Sixth and ...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PEESS: mn.UHiiD dailTi txart iruii, T Tim riwriNfiATi prkss company. TIIVRKIMY ..iM'KnlitvR 9 Louisville Agent. Mr. rh. Yh-kiiiis, aat side of Thlrd stiwt, be. Iwm J.fersoa and Orwn, li A (root for the Daily I'm", In Louisville, Kr. All order) lolt with him will Ix attrart.il to, The Weekly Press. The Dollab Wmkly Paisa for December C la now ready, end may be bad at tbe coun ter, ready for mailinp, at tbree cents per copy. The Wmkly Prfss U a well filled pheet, containing thirty-two columns of choice literature, telegraph news,ity Intelli gence, the matkets, Ac, to. No bettor paper can be found to send to distant friends. Colonel De Villters' Narrative. We give on our first page to day, an ab stract of tbe narrnt.ive of tho escape of Col. I)e Villiers from the rebels. It will be found quite interesting. Law Card We refer to tie professional card of Mr. John R. Hunter, in to day's Prmss. Mr. Hunter is a young gentleman of talent and Integrity, and will take pleasure in extr...

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 December 1861

WANTED. I? Hales, flPoslJ Mm . CPA, CP, dec to ' V , . 1 I tl Of ct to WABT8," "Won BALM," rOM B AT B T, IVHT," " FOUND," BOAMVIBQ," m.A& mnttmmM ttmtmt wmim On- os esawsS. M Km, Brill B tassrtwl ttfr enUs. ANTED-Tbe 01 IT Doctor wH his pa tients, and all who are alrk, la tronblo, or l.h to hr frfim BbSt.M trienil. to mi at I fit ijnnffwnrth.st., Tint door west of Uentral a , south dlcln of the street All communication lir letter (Irrlodm ID promptly attended to. Ail'lrnis WlPeJ HoliroH, IMicIiidiUI, Ohio. Consultation Fee Lsriles, 2t cents j Gentleman, Ml. rie.vb ANTKO-FOim GIRLS-Two to baste oats and two to baste annta Nnna lint eol rtaetts reed applr- Inquire N. I. corner of Third- and ventral av., second fl jor. de." n mefTANTED-Two K"1 earernl boys, awns- v tomed to feeding printing presses, ran secure permanent sitnatl t s by applying to BOUEItr J. MORGAN, 141 Malnst. ds.Vb WARTHD-Br a prompt, paring tenant, one or two rooms, on first or second floor, In the central or wes...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY FRES8. TlllrlSDAY. ........ .DBCRfkllltR 9 THE WEB OF LIFE. Wnrp And woof For web of life, Warp of peace And woof of strife Weave away the web of life. Best and toil, Meed and moll, Make the motely web of life. Shifts the thread From black to white, As the day Succeeds the night; That gives rin, And this delight Mix tho black up with the white. Warp of peace. And wool of strife, Weave away the web of life. Kow the passions Plunge and play; Hive the tredVUes, Iance the beddles, Spins the shuttle, f Clanks the lay; While below, To and fro, Heavily swing the weights of woe. Now awhile In beauty blending, Like the bow From waves ascending, Then again in fragments rending, And in blank contusion ending, liliss nud bale, Weal nn J woe, Through the warp commingling go, Transient peace and lasting strife), Weave away the web of life. Fortune flings Ilcr fitful thread; Now "tis black, Or green, or red, Waving like nn adder's head. Here 'tis ravcl'd, There 'tis knotted; Now 'tis whi...

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 December 1861

w r, 1TIIE DAILY PRESS Zmbliabd IC-rwrr KtTnln (WXOAT, 1I0HT1) IT ft HIE CINCINNATI CINCINNATI PRESS CO. ', . ear oiricn-via-r., orr. owro boots. J I H SsaMl 01HCI8BATI DAILY PBB8 M delivered 1 ) I nbsorlbere la Olnelnnetl, Oonartoa and I '( rurroaadtBg el Ilea ani saw at j.HportS'eM. OeB.xcE.taj. Weeli ; j, payable to TBi euuii, Furna tT Mati Blngle covl, . entt on I . Oftllwothi 50o.. thm month. 91 'Jrt one rnr,4. AMUSEMENTS. .''' 1 1 w V Come wV" Oi" to At 3 ter or a l ' he' fi'Olt find, -rav .n t 'F AfT F 0(. lit. t'lllt 41) 'Jul .lie 12. o OD'fl T n B A T Corner Sixth and Vina strati. B R Manager, Geo. Wood ; gtetre Manager, Q. H. Qllbrt; treasurer, u. 1. Llolline. Pntcrs to Sen- tr Tiubs. Dress Olrols and Par- aaette, IU cents ; Gallery, 13 cent. THIS (Friday) BVKNINO. Dee. . Benefit of t. WILK18 BOOTH, And bis last appearance hut one. Till MEBCHAKT OF VBSIOE. Sir. Booth aa..... Shylock. ano TOO MUCH FOB GOOD HATUBE. Mr. Boolh .... ........ Borneo J a (Her Jenkins. nlKI'B O P ...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. ruBi.mniD bailt, ixcirr svkbits, t TRF CINCINNATI PR KM COMPANY. HIPAY 1' MKnBtttta Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. Ij. TuKtu, taat aide of Third. itrpet, be tween JeffertO" tnd Orna, it Agent for th Daily rasas, In lonlevllle, iy. All orders left with him Will be attended to. Adams Express. We are under dally obligations to the gentlemanly genu of Adams Express for late New York papers. YTi are tinder continued obligations to S. C. Meredith, Mail Agent on the Indiana Central Railroad, for late Indianapolis papers Save Your Dimes. The Daily Friss contains all the regular telegraph news that is received in this city. It also gives full reports of city news, the markets, Ac, jet it is furnished at ten rend a week, or fire weeks for fifty cents. By tak ing the Pre9S you get all the news, and save a dime each month. It is a small Item to save, but "many a truckle makes a muckle." The Third Stone Fleet. It is announced that another stone fleet will be reedy to sail in a few day...

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 December 1861

WANTED. 'V (if ?;r; IM WABT8,- "Won BALM," "TOM BBKT," 1 I OBT," -roVKD," BOAMDtBO," m.-A Ostsfimsnoi Mwliif smbr ! , oof r4i- Umm. will K imr Mtft 9 m. r ' ' )'WANTKD-A BtTOATION-ltraromis man, i ! i In wholesale store, Shipping (Jlera or ; ' IJNalesman. Address UB1AU rSNIO.N, Cincinnati J j H e ost ofllc. dee c I ' I', "WXANTKD TBeT CENTS JoHN-tOH will - I i! alv. jou good plotuie for ten cents, at hi" I 3B11ttr1ea. Ninth Anil Main -nil ill. V.r.h.., It I. naAAtors are skillful And courteou.. Xa ere Is no (ted c deor-plion In these Galleries. WANT KD BOY-A bout nften yearn or nt RoutheaBt coraor f Hlxtli And JuhnntnM to mftkft fires, run or run tin, etc, deA-b WANTKD GIRL A flood flermftQ glfl to Hb, iron ami do general housework Apply nt o. AT Qewt st. dfl b WANTKO-STTUATION-Bf ft ffomM'ink.iig female, 2ft ynn of Age, of good moral clinrac or, a ftltnttton athonHe-kfoper tn an old ffent'nman. 4'ity prcfornpd. A note rtrtrewid toMtAH J N K, jfroBs oftJco, will meet prompt Attentio...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. Fhiiii. .IIKOKinBIB e FACT AND FUN. "Bob'' writei that the biahur circles of New York society are turning tbeir atten tion to Agricultural pursuit!, by iotrodacinsc Hopt IrrMbeir residence! this winter. Ha doubt! if tbis is a Sage undertaking, although in course of Thyme it may Turn up to tbeir advantage, in bringing about a more thorough knowledge of Peart, which ii very essential to tbeart of Hutbandru. lie layi he know! ft young lady who can't be Beet in the agri cultural line, for the has already harrowed the feeling! of half the young men in town, find drained the family pursf, until it posi tively re!uBes to yield any more without con tinuous mature vtring. (Bob has been sent to the Station-house.) The average weight of 4.2G9 men, weighed at the Mechanics' Fair, in Boston, was 14G lb. 13 oz. Tbe estimated average in Belgium is 140.401b; in France, 136.89 lb.: and in Eng land, 150.98 lb. Pbohotioi mo Tit Ranks. Seventeen private soldiers of the French army, In ...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Published Krr TC-renlnsT, ' , Kchdat axorm) THE CINCIBNATI PRESS CO. orrtcaim-rT., err, cnsTOw-itotMr. CHE mwrrtBSATI PAILTPB!"! to delivers rabtorihers in fllnctnnstl, iJovmrtoa an surroendlng eltl d( towns, et Tsscia. Cents a Woelt rstaaia to ran oasaua. Fare ft Mn-8lnl copies, 3 eents 1 ont .th, flOo.l three months, 11 'jilt on rir. tH AMUSEMENTS. Ik is i " 1 a t I I -t i"' 1 tit' i it -s! i3 1 1 v., 1. 'I O II D I N T 11 K A T K K. Vomer Sixth end Viae streets. Manager, Geo. Weed ; S'sire Hanater, 0. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, O. T. Collins. Psiers to Srrr the TiMts.-rtreaa Circle and Psr e,utie, 30 cunts ; tiallerv, 13 cents. HIIS (Satnr.lrvl EVKMNQ, Dec. 7, last night of the )ouDg American riegedtan, J. WILK8 BOOTH, "vVliowllI appear a "diailes da Moor,1 In Schil ler's gteat P'a? of T II K BOBBKRS, Afior which. Dunes by Miss Stella Mann. Tu conclude with the comic Drama of TUB FlhST MOHT. Monday. Per 9. ftrnt appearance of the renowned MlaaAlIAB ISAACS ilKNKuN. JII...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY TIIESS. rt'Bl.ltllD DAI1.T, IXClrT II'NPITS, T Tim riPIClIlflATI PHKH COMPANY. (ATl'atDAT.. .DKrR.tlBBR r Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. L. V u UBS, cut side of Third street, be timi Jefierson and Grn, to Agent for the Daii.t rarss, In Louisville, Ky. All orure hit with him trill be altendsd to. Tbi extracts which we give from South ern papers are Interesting, rather as expres sion! of Southern sentiment, than as Indica ting the progress oi hostilities in that quarter. At New Orleans some uneasiness had been created among merchants in consequence of the reply of Earl Russell to a committee of merchants in Liverpool, in which he gave no countenance to the idea that the blockade would not be for the present respected. Where Does the Laugh Come In? Tha tlpornrl BnnnnnrM that t Via nrnnnli. tion of Mr. Saulsbury, to appoint a commiteey from the North to meet n similar body from the South to inquire into the possibility ff making a speedy and honoraole adjustment of difficulties betw...

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 December 1861

WANTED. BUT, " FOUND," BOAMDima," 4.A4. om-Uumtmt, comint uniUr IAm aa, not mm. feT Am Mm, sriU Ik (nrlM heiMfor - amis. rAWTRD-THBI! H,-',)8- l.lrA. anrb ntl Til HltftrT -With their mil. military oenrcnnts ; ntn. I ties tooil basrnrs. Hut 1hr tullom to prow, nti nre oo. baitftrs. wanri given to inod bands. Apply oa tli imiih. ml nnn r of Walnut and Court sts., third story, over th drng store, deT b WANTS IW100D MACIITNI8T-Wlth flrt. class ninchlre. at the Clncionatl Shirt. Man. fctry, scut-oast cornarof Fourth and Walout. ll7-bj wrANTKD-A small family to take a home or TT six rooms, centrally located, anil hoard the owner, (cnnaiatlaa; of self, wife and child ) who vill pa? dllWenoe on board. Rr-foronc(s required and given. Addrcat 0 . Preii Office, stating where an 11 lettiew can fte frag. npi n WARTim-A med'nm-slr.edaeeond-hand (food Iron Hare. AdCroi Box 4 l, Hamilton. Ohio, givia size, name of makers aui pries. de7h') WAHTIIB-A (toon, strong, reep-o mno win, for senaial lionaew...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. CATVRDU. . ...DtTCsyiBER r RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY. Not nn onth is altered (hnt does not vi brate through all time in the wide-spreading current of found; not a prayer is lisped but its record is stamped on the law of Na ture by the seal of the Almighty's will. Home can never be transferred, never repealed in the experience of an individ ual. The place consecrated to parental love by the innocence and sporls of child hood is the only borne of the human heart. An Honest Life. The poor pittance of Eeventy years is not worth being a villain for. Yliat matter is it if .your neighbor lies in a splendid tomb? Sleep you with innocence. Look behind you through the track of time 1 A vast desert lies open in retrospect; wearied with years and sorrow, tliry sink from the walks of man. You must leave them where they fall; and you nro to go a little further and you will f.nd eternal rest. What ever you may liavc to encounter between the cradle and the grave, every moment is big wit...

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. — 9 December 1861

t.VjTHE DAILY FJRESS .' ' (fUNDATS IOmJ ! 1 ... " , 1 T1IE CINCINNATI PRESS CO. t tmri' tit-., or. emrrois-woina. I iUhi otwiKHATi daily rBm ' wrw!Tlters IB Olnclnn.M. .rlrirto an. j'8 if nnvutlm oUl and Sewn., tt I Tn TATA.!. TO III OAUIIK. . EtAn, Sin.!, conies. 9 until one VtoBtk, SOc.i three mouths. Si tlli on. year. S3 Futrt T VOLUME VI. CINCINNATI. MONDA Y EVE NINO. DECEMBER 9, L8M. NUMBER' 87. !1l1lfll!1l1tM AMUSEMENTS. . ft' If . i 'it- I. t t'l'i 2v. I,, tt 1 1 K A FJ OPKttA-IIOUHB. J W. flitvsT l.fi.oo nd At anaeer : A.W.Fxmto, Stage Mamwer. Sl.BiimoNS.Treaeurer. Tint tight of the dletlngnlrhed Comedlnni Nr. CIIAS. BARS. THIS fMondsy) KVENINO, lc 9 the perform rcf mil commence with 8hekapeare's historical Piny, In II to arte, of HF.NBY TUB FODBTH. Fir Jolin Fa'staff. ; Mr. 0. Ban Overt tire M Orchestra 1'u de Cosxque... ...... lion. Paul Un. To conclude with the musical farj. of THK MOUNTAIN MAID. Tneiday, second night cf Mr (J.BASS. Paters or AnMission Parquette, Circle 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. — 9 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. rVILItllEO BAILV, IXCirT SCPDAT8, IT TUB CINCINNATI PRKHS COMPANY. mONDAT. ..DRCBtlDKK t City A (est far tha Preaa. City Agent for the Press. Louisville Agent. Kr. 9. L. TlcEiaa, rut aide of Third. .treat, be tween JaSaraon and Gram, I Asset for th. Daiiv Paras, In Louisville, Ay. All order Mt with bint will ba attended to Important Official Order. Hon. S. P. Chase, Secrotarv of ths Treas ury, Lbs issued an important order relative to the seizure of property In disloyal States by the national forces, llio order provides, in brief, tbat there shall be agents appointed in the different places conquered by our arms, who shall secure and prepare for market the cotton, rice and such other pro ducts as may be seized, and that the naval Bed military authorities shall aid in this work. Slaves or in the euphemism of the Secretary "persons held to service for life under Slate laws" may be employed by the agents, and will be organijed for systematized labor, in securing and pr...

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 December 1861

WANTED. WANTH," -TOM BALM," "FOB MKBT," IVBT.n " FOUND," OAMDtna,m tt. At. witnimt mmtmt mtim lass tsstftin, net tok, Mm Kill t imtirt tmtmftr . I --vJTANTKn-BOT-A tharatettv liov to drlvs 1 TT an aiprnsa waaon-mmt h bonatt ana Indus- trlons. Applr at 444 Mlnth tt. a9 n- 1ITNTO-V 0,000- Good chain domntlc ol ! H ers, f jr cash. Address M, DICK., Prwu Ofllce. dp9-h1 aVrjlNTBI-KOOM,-Two nnfnrnlhM room. il rne frontlngon the stt. Address, ntn'ing location, TENANT, Press Offlra. nl-h -HHOKM4KPSH8 -Thro Jnnrnav v man mi ' emakera. to so to Bnnthorn Illinois. Arr.lv Itpmedlatolv at &.f Pearl street, between Vrainavaua vine nev- n- "MWV M NT F. D Thoea afrlirreil to trr onr Oonah v Blrnn. f r the cure nf Unnihi. (Joins. Ac. It liM been used m -enorel practice f.r tbe lat twenty year, and never known to fell in producing a peuly cure, Per Kale at C'OUl'EBS Dmt store, coi Ler Uourt and (mtter els "es n- mV"" K D -Iwt body to knnvrthat, although 1 V Orei.ntl hM advanced five cents Dor ffl...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.. .... DBOSMBia 9 A Tiger Killed by Baboons. Th following account of tiger oh Me is extracted from the North Lincoln Sphynx, a regimenUl paper published at Qraham'a Town, Cape of Good Hope. The writer, after alluding to his ffporting experiences, of all kinds, and in all quarters of the globs, declares tbat be never witnessed so norel or intensely interesting a chase as tbat about to be described: Not long ago I Bpent a few days at Fort Brown, a small military post on the banks nf the Ort Flah River, where tnr friend W. was stationed. One evening, as my friend and I were returning home after a somewhat fatiguing day's buck-shooting, we were star tled by bearing the most extraordinary noises not far from us. It seemed as if all the de mons in tbe infernal regions bad been un chained, and were amusing themselves by trying to frighten us poor mortals by their borrid yelliDg. We stood in breathless ex rectation, not knowing what could possibly te the cause of thi...

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