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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS PmbUahed Brtrr K-ranln. fs-riAT nnrm IDE CINCINNATI MESS CO. orricB'-Yivi-tT.f ore. ourroH-iocn. U mWOTWWATI DAILY rBEKSki delivered nbHrlbm in Otn1nl, Onvmrtos an surroaadlna oittes and towns, at Ten Oenta c WasU. rATABLB TO Till tuini, fBtc v Mail (tingle copies, 3 Mntit out aeunth, SOo.t thro months, 81 IAS one rear, m.i AMUSEMENTS. J I K It ) 8 O P B It A - II O 0 H U . i W. Ofmt Lo.a.0 and Wntn ; A.V .Imo, Stage Manager. M. BiMHOKi,Treaaiirr. COMEDY NIOITT. Second eight or the distinguished Comedian, Mr. CHAB. BASS, Who will appear In his great rolo of "Sir Peter 1 eezle," THIS (Tuesday ) EVKNPa. Dan 10, the perform enci.a will commonce with Bhorid&Vs Comedy, la live acta, of THE SCITOOL TOB EC4NP.it. fllr Peter Teazle Mr. 0. Baas Oferture Orcheitra Fm Combine Mons. Paul Cane To conclude with tba langhabla tar:o of A PLEASANT NEIGHBOR. PR-CM or AnMtasiog Parnnatte, Circle and Pal eon v, 90 eta; Children, hulf price: Oailery, S3o. Hi x Office oren daily from ...

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. — 10 December 1861

THE DAILY TIIESS. ' ITTBllfiniD MILT, BXCIPT sTKniTS, T Tn niCI!!ATI PHKH8 COMPACT. Tl'l Y... .DicRNma 10 City Agent for the Press. P. J. Tim It authorised to contract fjr adver liilnir slid subscriptions tor the Dailt Panes In this clly. . Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. tat aide of Third-street, be tvreen Jeflortoa and Green, ia Agent for tha Dailt Pbiss, In Louisville, Kr. All ordera left with him Kill be alluded to. Florida for the Negroes. York Tribunt proposes the liberated s'avet to Florida, there to be colonized and made useful, prosperous and happy. If the slates are to be colonized at 11, it is probable Florida ia as eood a place to send them as conld be selected. It has a fine climate, a rich soil, and can grow all kinds of tropical product, from oranges to cotton the rery artioles that the negro would prefer to raise to all others. Florida contains sixty -six thousand square miles, which makes it larger than Eng land and Wales. It has fewer white in habitants than Hamilton Coun...

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. — 10 December 1861

WANTED. WAST8," rOH BALM" "WOB B T," t twr," -rovHD," boabdifq," erweeiies -mint trnder Ot SenWii, nut eeMh 44 fi Uft, will b tnrUd Hates or IStt ma, WANTKD-PAnnt'KB-To er on cfrlosra' saddles. None other nrsif apply. Arllrew, day, BANDOLPH, Prose Ornca. deltl-h W'ANTBI A MAN-Who understands Brass. Ing ci te. Apply At the eoiith-eat corns ot John an L-lmth ate , fuffrth (Imr. dain.be ,V'A,,'rED-A "ICH, TIDT QIBL-rmra T to fourteen yeere of age, to make tiTw1f generally nserul about a home. Apply Im mediatory l 98 Saat Third it., between Broadway Olid Ludlow. dein b WANTED-AN CNrrjHNISIIKD B O 0 M Wlth Ixard, or two unfurnished rooms, with nt board, by a gentleman, wire and one child, the latter three years old. Address, with localiou and tonus, J A. O., Press Ofllce. delO-b WANTRD-An experienced Miller wants a slluntlnn in a flouring mill. Addrosa 8 K. II . Hot. 114. NnwiMirt. Kr.. or annlv at tllft Pmiii ofBr.e. delO-b 7ANTFi-a.t APPCIOATR'R v v r.o VII Fifth St.. near Walnnt. 8e I...

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. — 10 December 1861

THE DAILY THESS. TCBtWAT.. .DICBMBIK 10 THE DAILY LIFE. ' "'Well, what now, George ?" By the rolce, by the manner, one might infer thai it was by no meant an unusual question. The scene was the parsonage sitting-roomthe speaker a fair little woman ftny-where from thirty to forty, neatly dressed, and wearing a smiling face. "Trouble, as usual," was the reply, and the poor man, as he spoke, wore an expres sion so woe-bfgone that one might fancy he had just come from looking into bis own open grave. What is the trouble, George?" "Salary isn't ready never is on quarter- day. I'm expected to be' ready people won't excuse nic because I'm the minister I declare! I'm almost tempted at times to wish I had been" 'There, there, George, that will do," and a band went flitting up to his lips. "Think of the Master, dear that's the only way when trouble comes." "But to be so dependent, Mary to have to ask I declare it humiliates a mnn, puts all sorts of things into my head. The best assurance that...

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 December 1861

T11E DAILY PRESS jTablinhed KTr JB.TmlntYs (fuMDATH picsptb.) THE GINClSNiTl FBESS CO.. optica-vim-sv., rT- ouro-HODfB. rai pimrmaATi daily fbejsh Jn'.iwfrt subscribers iti tllnctnnstt, Dnviprto. and snrrosndlaa eitlea u( towns, at Tn Cents , Woelt raTtsxa to i casus. Ferra nt BATt Single copies, If eenti( on. unin. niio i iiirpn rnrnini, hi -s.lt one vear.aji AMUSEMENTS. J I K K 8 O P B II A - II U t S It .1 W Orr.sT Iipnra and Meneser ; A.W.Fenno, Stage Manngcr, H. Simmons, Treasurer. Itillllant ard Crowded Honins. Third eight of the dl.tliinul.hed Comedian, Mr. ( HAS. BASS, ho will appear In hia great part ot " Grandfather Whitehead " THIS fWedrea.I.y) E VEN1NG, Dec II, the per fomianrea will commence with the favorite Comedy, in two ai t, ct GBANDFATI1BB WUITEIIKan. Grardfather Whitehead....- Mr. 0. Ban. Overture ........... Oreheetre Fm iLdtan Moni. Paul Cane To conclude with the Mil-leal Drama, In two acta, MAB1E, Th DAvmiTER or Tin Bboimfnt, Iklarle.. Mary Sbaw. Thursday, fou...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PKESS. ri'M.iaHtD BiiiT, txcarr ivrdats, i THK riFCINMATI PHES9 COMPANY. niiiiMHDt). ...DKCBnnBR. 11 City At for the Pres.. D. J. Bum It authorlred to contrast fjr adrer Using nd ubtcrlrtitDi lr the Daily Pmes In this city. Lonlavllle Aaent. Mr. 0. L. VicKxna. tut aide of Third-street, be tween Jtfierron and Green, ia Agent for the Daim Pars, In LoiiltYllle, E.. All orders lolt with him will be attended to. Kentucky U. S. Senator. rioti. Garret Darin, of Paris, wu elected en Tneedny last to the United Statei Senate, to fill the place of John C. Breckenridge. He teceired a majority of seventy-one. Mr. Gurley's Confiscation Bill. The bill which Mr. Gurley, of this District, introduced into the House of Representa tives on Monday last, declares all rebel property confiscated, and all slaves belong ing to rebels frte, and provides far the ap pointment of Commissioners in each rebel State to carry eut the confiscation of prop erty and the liberation of slaves in a sys tematic a...

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 December 1861

WANTED. WABTB," -ron salu," -worn bbmt, VBT," " FOVND," MOABDiaa," m.A tag M Unm, HU be swanhr H. OIRti At 61 Vine-it., to do gen v eral fa nsawora. ''' itnmaaMalaly. elell-u wjlTANTKp- At the flD'ncer Ilonse. two Ball- boin.ut stood character, from twelva to sit. tHI vears of ""'' wrrjxANTICD-Tnit 0IP8I DOOTOB-Wanta a 1 f I who live t n distance, that are sick or wish 1o learn of the present or thnir future prop'jta, to address aim bv letter. Inclosing SI. Ailejmmirl cntlnr.s promptly attended to. Addri-ss GlPaT JmOTOfc, 101 Lopgworth -irt , Cincinnati, 0. Con. anltatina Fe-I,a(iie S.lfi J (Jpntlaman. Mo a IVANTH)- -Two rantee! widow ladles, of food TV e education, wish to orwri a eorreeponlnnce, with a view to mi aro.nirntanc, with rspnjtati, Influential mtdiiie.aneanentismen.ei J' and pleasing maopnrs Adorn Mr. W. Wlt.b ABD tod Mrs. II. SUVMil, Cincinnati Postofflce. tdoll-b'1 ".TaTANTFO-SlX UOOD TAILOBS-To work v v on Coats and Pan's; aim, one goonares. maker. None but good hand...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PKEB& ' WriIErIMT PECBMBKR 11 Southern News. ESCAPE OF CONFEDERATE PRISONERS FROM FORT HATTERAS. Th rrslDrg Erprtt; of lt Thursday, fomlinn a lops; and interesting account of th eicsfie of two of the Hattfrai prisoners of the company of Wa.nlrjgttvn "Orays," their names Vislrip; glrcn as Win. II. PaiTla and Wm. B. MMIii. While on board tha tUemer on tha war from Fort Lafayette to Fort Wan-on, they formed id i ecu ted the following plsn: Tbey sap piled themselves with bread and water, and can dim ,matchei, Ao. Jattlbttor their names were call d. npon thtlr arrival in Bo.iton, Par Tin and Willie loft their oompany, descended from the rite, and found their war into the extra coal rnm of the tt'anior. Hera they conoraied themselves and ip a little while bed a wa of coal bnilt np around them. They remained coooealcd in that manner nnti! the arrival of the Meaner back to New York, where, after waiting on board for two day, they contrived to make their escape, landing at Jers...

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 December 1861

TUB DAILY PRESS Pmbliabed ICverr KrenixxeY rr (VBOAT xovr by CINC18NATI IBE83 CO. ncn- Tiwi-rr-t or. ociroa-Roro, It HI nmiRMTI tAILTPlSSH deliver, pmkworthev olnnM. OnTiartoe and eerroendint HIM an towns, el rCoxx Oewxattssj Week. PATASIR TJ TH 0ASS1RS. FRine rv M trr, "Inele copies R cental ens I 11 IT AMUSEMENTS. 1KE8 OPERA-HOUSE. J W. nvniT Lessee end Manager i A.W.FlNKOiBtMgt) Manager. M. BlMMoefl, Treasurer Mr. CITAS. BASS u "Jess Bnrel." TBIS (Tbtmlay) EVENING, Pee 12, nil) HEAPS AND Y0DNO HEARTS. J rue Sural Mr. C Bva tltprtnre. ...... . Orclisstre Fas Indian . Mont. Faul.Carl To conclnde irltfi the lenubnMe Faroe of i BETSY BAKER Betsy Baker llrl. G. W. Btoddart J'rlday evening, Benefit of Mr. 0 BaM. PnicraoT Admission Parnuette, Circle aid Bal OOi y, 0 cti ; Chll'IriMl. half priri: Ou'leiy, i3o. lit l uffice oren daily from III to 4 P. M. V. j' o n m THBAT Corner Sixth and Vino itraeta. e a Maoafr,Qfo. Wchk); 8'm8 Uananr.O. H. Gilbert Tiranurer, O. T. 'ollln. PatCTK to Ptr...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. trtirl Urir n.ll.T, XOP SCHDaYS, ST,' j tub rircimr.Ti PHEM COT! PAN V. TIlIiBNDAT DRritMBKR 19 City Agent for the Press. D. J. Baal It authorised to contract far tdm lining end subscriptions far the Daily Frem la this dir. . Louisville Agent. Mr.' 0. Ii. Yh'Krrs, cast side of Third-street, be ! Jefjereon and Green, Is Agent for the Daily rtss, in Lcntsvllle, Bi. All orders left with hiss Will be attended to. Wi are tinder continued obligations to S. C. Meieditb, Mail Agent on the Indiana Central Railroad, for late Indianapolis papers The Weekly Press. The DoitAH Wbuklt Press for December 12 is now read, and maybe had at the coun ter, ready for mailing, at three cents per copy. The Wkkrly Priss is a well- filled sheet, containing thirty-two columns of Choice literature, telegraph news, city intelli gence, the markets, Ac, Acs. No better paper can be found to send a distant friends. Remember the Poor. Winter is upon ns. This is the season when -More or less sifTering...

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 December 1861

WANTED. rjffTD," ro balm," "torn mmkt," I ftST." roVND," mOAMDiaa? t.-A mXmmiiti Mdaj imlr Am aaadeaes, not osv imf Nm, trlH tmirt twfasybr HA ani. WANTFB-nONWSTT Von ar hot- d. celverl at JOHNSON'S Gllsrlr.B,!in Flfih-et. rd Ulnlh nd Main. If gives a j.iod Plct.im to aend In latter for ten oenta, All kind of c t ar prices. daisb WANTFD-TO BKNT-By prompt paying tenant, a dwelling, containing seven or eliht roonis at.d ball, centrally locate J, Aiidrnae H. B. 0 iPtwi (IfflrB. delt-h YVrANTltprA YI UNO MAN Who has been v!?.u"1.t',,,"0"c rt",-tor. Apply t Wo. A9 East Klflh l . fmrlOA. M. del2-l m VA ATals-I M MMH ATB I, T-Thre maohl tie bands, to rim 8lnpr machines; also, f..ur randa tu brln thfllr machine, and nno presaer, Jlest wages paid to good hands Call 8 W. corner cf (Quit and vt alnut ate, over drn- atnre. dellb ertTANTPD-Kvery tody to stop) coughing In church next Sunday. How? By uilnR a 1-otlla of the Extract of Tar and (Jonah Kllxlr. Pre aitverMaeoieut in another column. dai...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. THURSDAY.................DECEMBER 12 A STORY OF GOOD LUCK. How a Child Created Sympathy, and What Came of It. The following story is told by the London Saturday Kcrieip : Not long sgro, In ft rurat part of EngUnJ, ft'HUlo girl unn in the habit of stealing bar Icy from A rick. She Mid her companion perflated in following this pastime in spite of the remonstrances and threats of the owner, and at lost he loot patience, seiied her as the oldest of the offenders, and had her brought before the bench of magistrates. As it was proved that this was not n casual but an babitunl offense, the bench thought lit to make an example of her, and ordered her to pay two "hillings as a fine, besides t lie expenses. But law, even of the simplest kind, costs money, ond the expenses were seventeen shillings. It was not certain that the friends of the little thief would lay down a sovereign for her unless some gentle pressure woe exercised, and it was there fore added to the sentence tha...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PKES8 X-bUbed Krtr XOwanixta , f . lMTi nonnt) . j - THE , CINCKNI PBESS " CO. Of noi-Ti .! or. Cchtou-hoot. TBI fnwmWWATI D4ILT FBWS b d.Uvr4 r eeboerlb-s Is Cincinnati, Ootid rtoe Bad . , S , remanding .UIm and km, at ":. Oenta a WU PATAU TO HI 0ABBIBB. a th. BOc.t thro month., I vht oa yo-ir.W., AMUSEMENTS. JI I K B I g O p K Ul-UOCHE. J- W. Omut.,,,. ; Lessee Brid Mor ( A.W.Fkmio, Stage Manager, M. Bmi-Oiis.Treesurer. BINtriT or MB. cn8. BA88, Who will appear In hid great character of "Sir John FauUfl." . THIS (Fri'l'TlE'ENING, Dae 15, MKRRT WIVES OF WINDSOfl. Sir John Falstaff Mr. 0. Baa.. Orerture ...,.. Orchestra To ooncluri with the farce of ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. Therrmneger baa the pleaanie of announcing nn engagement Willi the celebrated Wlr.ard of the fjuflp, Mr 4, II, Anderson, who will appear aa " Bob Boy." ruorn or AnMraaio Parqnaite, Circle and rial. oiit.SO eta; Uhlldren. half price: Gallery, Sa3o. Bex OflloB ofen dally froaa 10 to 4 P. M. w onr) t n a 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. — 13 December 1861

THE DAILY PHESS. ' ' mtt.iiHi Mfit, txcir? rDTi, it I Till CINCINNATI ntKSS COMPANY. FRIDAY. ...tlCKMIlia 13 City Agent for the Press. D. J. Bias it authorised to contract for advtr. Using snd subscriptions fsr ths DalLT Plus In this city. Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. L. Yicsna, esstsldsof Third-street, be tweee Jeffersoa ml Green, Is Agent for the Daur Fat, ( IiOnlrrlila, By. All ordsrs left with him will be attended to, Foreign News. Tbe foreign news published in the Pbssb this afternoon gives further particulars of how the news of the arreit of SHdell and Mason mat received in England. Th'e news ii interesting and important. A Long Session. The Chairmen of the House Committees of Congress held a conference on Tuesday night last in relation to Congressional busi ness. It is understood that a majority fa vored latitude in debate, and a consequent long session. This Is not very good news. Probability of a Battle. Indications are that there will soon within the next few days be a big fig...

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 December 1861

WANTED. WAan,- -roB bali," uroa bbut," f iver." " TOCND," B0JMDIM9," af A Horn, srfll WlisserlsS AewJSsy WANTr.I-A Ttthh BOT-At the WnTma street Hon.. Hon Deed aptly, except they a sire toed reference. del-h . 11. B. PAWH. WANTKO-OIIlli A Protestant, one wtio ean wafh and Iron well. Must bring rofcrnnce to exp-rlence end character. For particulars In quire at 449 Woit Fourth-street. Also, e;n.d ninne girl wanted. dnl.Vh WABTHD Btgtmcnt Ing to voluotf er aa a substitute for another nan ONB VOt.t'WTRKR Wnr en Oliln Boelment. One tblo. bodied man, who I will can here en opportunity to da 10, to his own aTBDIHMi oy street, up etai opportunity to dn so, to his own greal I f Immediately applying at Main ;alrs, Cincinnati del o V IMI rials lllkt rnme In. ererr Btvle. cent. Nlre Blark Bonnets, fashionable snap., 40 cnnP AS lVtD.i lot of nice Felt Flats hut come In, every style. Price M crlUej geeteelly trimtrwl, for $3 dentr WANTED A 8MALL FAMILY To occnpy a email house, of live rooms end k...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS, RIBAY.. A Noble Poem. The following stnnzas from one of out country 'i best pocla, W.D. Gallagher, of Ken tuck, if ill make ten thousand heart hear and swell with enthusiastic patriotism; [From the Louisville Journal.] GRANDPA NATHAN. RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO GENERAL LESLIE COMBS. By the beech and hickory fire Grandpa Nathan oat at night, With details of marching armies, And the news of many a fight. When he laid aside the paper, Though it oontents he had told, lie was plied with many questions Ity the young and by the old, It's a war the most infernal t (Grandpa Nathan made reply,) But the Legions of the Union Soon will crush It out, or die I If I only had the vigor Of just twenty years ago, IIow I'd leap into my saddle I -,How I'd fly to meet the foe I Nannie Hardin, dearest daughter, There's a spirit now abroad That's akin to whatsoever Is at enmity with God. It haa wrought upon a portion Of the people of the land, TIU they almost think they're honest In the tre...

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 December 1861

"THE DAILY PRESS tnTOSOATS IIOIBUI arm? nrvmiBWlTI PRRRS m Orrira vi-re-tr., oft. CTrrOM'-HOtT-jn. j HI OTSfimilATI BTTt PBH8S ta delivered ' Bubsm-tr-eTa IP Olnnlt-netl, OoTtnrtoa and ,' , armaadlna eltles act town. at i-avaius tit rem CAeatia. Patca ft M ill. Bind copies, cent on Wunth, ftOo.l three monthn, sti 'J.t on year. H.I AMUSEMENTS. J 1 K K H O P K UA-lIUlIHlt. J. V. (ItrssT., Lessee and Msnaai-r ; A.W.Fti-.o, Stage aAaenger. M. Bimmons, Treasurer. 8IXTII NtOHT (IK MB. OHtS. Who will arncrtr In his a-eat clmr-icter of "Sir tuhn Falstfr." in K INO llKNuY IV. . TU18 (Snturdny) musimi leo 14, KING UKNUY IV. Ftr John Falntaff Mr. 0. tUss. O-rrtnrrt , m Orchestra To conclude with thn Iru 4 Intli 1 n t'tiroo of KAM1LT JAK.-I. Wmnlwei --er,irg. D"0 1. flrnt nlj-M of the Win. ard of the ritirth, who will appear as the Scottish Cliii f'iilu, " lion Hey " Fillers or AiuimKinft Pariiuette. Circle "and Ha1 o-r, 50 ct i Children, halfpricv iln, lory, tio. Box Office orn dally froBi HI ...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. PVII.IKIim'lAtLr, tcSFT IvKMVl, BT TUB CIRCIMJUATI PHFSS CO WPANY. flAlt'KDAT.. .DKCtOlHRIt 14 City Agent for the Press. D. J. Ttti Is authorised to contract r,r advar. 4 it and subscription In th. Daili Fkcss In this city. Louisville Agent. Mr. C. L. Victim t ast Bide of Third-street, be tween Jtfeteon and Green, la Agent fjr the Daii.v Puma, In Louisville, Kr. All ordars lult with bin will be altendad to, Louisville Agent. Governor Motion, of Indiana. This gentleman is either a very lucky man, or 1b postered of s large amount 01 good, st rot g com Dion tense; probably both. His conduct since the breaking out of the rebel lion has been tucb as to make him very t opular boih at home and abroad, and to bring universal commendation. His last "stroke of policy" has been developed by his neent visit to Washington. At tha breaking out of the rebellion the treasury of Indiana was empty; but the Governor went to work, and in a very short time had a large volun teer force r...

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 December 1861

WANTED. i ver," - roDSD," boarding," m.A- m stssiasissi esmlii. tmdmr lasss aMdl sxsj sskssss Sa Has Umtm, will s rUi taHos fat 3 aentt. V"Tkn-A BRLL- BOY At the Madl-on WW hcnsa, Covington, Ky., coraor of Sixth nil ' Jiadlson-ats deM-b Wf st HoTSnth-st, dnH rt mVANTRD-To lav. ror a term of years, with i.7. rrl.T".?f"of purchase, a small fruit fm, of III?. T.'" "''r0" ct'" of "" "I. altnated within ajtaht mllesor lllnrlnnatl, on a uno 1 turnpike. Let- KUIT UKOWBK nn(l loft at thin oin. will re. a-olve due attention. Ao expsnslr. place Is rot wanted, dst4-t WANTKD-IMUKDIATBliT-To o to Ken. . ti" y, a cotneetent t:lerk fira Ueglmeutal ViiRiternnster. tun d pay and hmihh piM, Ni one nerd apply who hat nnt had some etp.rlenc In that dcnart-n'nt and familiar with mtkine? out re ports Addieaa B.x 3:IB, Pott office. de!4 li mVAKTru-TKN tlENTS-Yoo may li'e a acoil I, ik era-a for ten rents. Thre Is no d". JTllon at JOHNSON'S Oillerlea, art Hfih at and Klnth and Main. The operators are court...

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 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. "RTl'RPAT. ........DBt'EltlB8ll 14 [From the Philadelphia Press.] A PULPIT SKETCH. Rev. Thomas H. Stockton, D. D.—His Last Sermon in Philadelphia. One of the most imposing pnlpit gcene) witticfSfd iu rhilnde'phia for a long time waa on the occasion of Her. T. H. S'ockton'g .-losing sermon in TbilaUelpbia, on SatnrriNy evrninp:, tbc 24'h ult , tirtor to numin(t his duties m cbsnlain of the National donee of Krf.refentatircs at WashiDgton. Dr. S'ock ton, straDKoly enough, exhibits increasing rnrn'al vigor as bit physical powers decline, lie is at once a brilliant arnlTticn' thinker, a riiToted and ic-arltM rrencber, a wonderful orHtor, a poet, and an indi'pomlont theo oinn, di d picms flttily to sustain thesis charaotwr ifiics in a bicher degree. His election we nmy Eny bis repented le elections to the Conprtisional chaplaiiscj are not more com plinimlnrj to him than tluy arc credit ilile to the pppieciative eo.citj of that angust Vodj. He is, iD fact, the clergyman n...

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