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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS , Published Hlver-p- K -renin, ' hudti sioaria) THE CINCINNATI. FBK83 CO. OVriCl- Tl-tr. 0r. 0TJtT0-!0,l.B. THB nmiwTi PB.snt sav- tubetrihev In Olnclfinatl, "oiinrtoii and - ' ' rmrrooadlna eltlM ant town, at Tx Oent A XATo a pavabi to m oabbixb. Farce v Mait. Hingis copies, : otei me autitta, flllo.l three months, 1 -A.i! on vent, M-l AMUSEMENTS. 1 1 K 1 I H . U P Hi It A-1IOUHK J W CJur.sT A.W.FxMNo.Stuae alar,tig ...Least and Manager ; M cHiiuoNS.Treusurrr, Frof J. II. AmWson.'lIr. C. Him, Mr. J H. A. der'uti, jr , MlM L. 8. Ano'ur.inn and MiM Fli r AnC(Mi.on on tho s-iuio oreiilng, TU18 (Slondnyl kKNIMU. Ueo 10, KOI) BOV. "obiter Mr J. II. And"ron. linillie Nk-.n Jnrvle Mr. U. D.in Onptaln Thorritor .....Mr J U Aodr.in, Jr. Muitie M m I,. S. AnJerwn. liuuiisti...... M Im Flora Au'ler.on.' ALL TUB StVSIC Treirtt'T, secoLd night of Mr J H Anderson and Mr V. II .... Pbicf or AnstT.arow Parinctts Olrclo and BO. cot j, nt ct. ; 'JHilclrnn, hall pr.cv. 0.1 lery, 'tis....

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. — 16 December 1861

THE DAILY- TRESS. rtm ikmi hailt, sxcirr settnivs, it Tni CIJtriNNATt PBRNN COMPANY. mo PAY.. .DKCMMI1KR16 City Agent for the Press. D.J. TjAi it snthorirr-d to centrist for edrer tlslr.g trjd stibscrlpllons fr the Daiit Press In tlill city. mmmm Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. L. Vtc kfri inl ilde of Third. street, be twee n Jrtersoo sod Gresn, is Agent for tho Pah r TT.iss, lit Louisville, Ky. All order left with bin wll be eitentd to. The Arrest of Mason and Slidell. We have4ome further news from England in telfttioa to the arrest of Mason and Slidoll on board an EnRUsh Tesaol. The English people are very much excited, and call upon thr Government to Immediately demand not only an apology from onr Government, but that Mason aud Slidell be delivered up and eimitted to depart for their original destin ation. The r.Dglish press gonerally admit the legality of the arreatf; that is, in accordance with the gtounds heretofore assam 0j ga. gland herself while, at wila other na tionsbut jfcct to...

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. — 16 December 1861

WANTED. WAVTW -rOK BALW," "TOM . leer," -rovtm," BoutDine," i (Oiiik.Ii cKl saulsr IAm kouMivt, tat a Us Jtasw, lrU a IwiM MMar 9 Mak, fret the irNT"" BITOATIOW To to fnral hons.worfc rVr a small family Arp'ratN'. S Pnbllc Lnair, tHt, Main and Wa'nilt drill b v4Vawtft-two O I R L R-Trt lr. ni,,r.l v tion-awora. AvdI. mi I 111 flpAkmr.rA.Bt . twtwfen Filth and Flxlh dfHI-b' WfTRII f TIT (food bMtm and Jr"'!lr" Tin bort nf elTrin. thre. Apilf t 23 Baat FaArl it , brtwern Mnla And Sycamore, ldiab BICNT-Bf a roinpt-olD TV truant, a Jlwelllnir. r.u.tnlnhi. nov.n or' j glit rooms and hall, centrally located. Add-r-ts 11. u i rrost eiinca. del r mirANTFn-noAftmNn- -Fort small furaMy, w cnDSiMlnfif of hmitturri. wIta nri hi. aiv .gtnlg ttrmg bit! oiber pArtlmilais. dfllfi-b XlfANTFn-A GIRIi-To do housework In a r v Email iHtniiy. RriRliPh, (lermitQ or WtVHli Trprrfd Jif5 Fonrtli-ft., rear John apply linTrrtilUelj to 4 ft it. liU'iUKX, "17rATSTEC-A 81TOTION-Bf ft young wo tiin, to cook or to...

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. — 16 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.. ,...... DBClIlvlBBvt 16 CAUGHT IN MY OWN TRAP. BY LAURA J. ARTER. Dora and I had been silent fully fifteen n.inutcs an unusual occurrence for as hen she suddenly broke out with onn of hor gayest, sweetest peala of laughter. The carg were going at the rate of forty mile9 an hour, but Dora's laugh rang out abovo all their noise and confusion. "What is it, lora, you witch you ? ' I eaid, half piqued that she had not first told me what pleased her, and laugh afterward. "Nothing, Nell, only I was just thinking of something funny. Po you see that gen tleman just in front of lis, with beautiful Mack whickers and dreamy black eye? Veil, he's been watching you from behind Hint book for the last half an hour, looking ns if he tdiould love to take a bit of the rod loses on your cheeks. Don't blush, but he's in love with you. I'll bet my gold fhiniblc on it. I was just thinking of some of the stories I have rend about young ladies mistaking handsome fellows for their b...

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. — 17 December 1861

THE DAILY TRKS3 ' liubUehd Kwew SflretUtturt Inmn exonrrni - 7ELE CINCIBNTfr rife CO. e" bvrirn -yum-tr.. oJ-TeptroinopfB. thb 7w(TTPATr vjAti-ypfl1 n.rf, tnbem-Hxra In tUnotnnetl . "Wrtnrtr ana ; Sturronndlns ottlea and tewns. at . Ceix. 0ti a Wo 1 mini TO TBI CAaeiie. Paine sit Wirt Single copies, ! cental on unih, 81)0. 1 three months, $ I tl.ls om year, .! AMUSEMENTS. MKKiS O F K R A -11 O V H It . J- JJfJ'vrsT Lraaea and Manasror ; A.M. Fnmio, Stage Manaser M. ttlMMO.is, Treasurer. Prof J. H. Anderson, Mr. 0. Bias, Mr. J H. An derson, jr., alias L. H, Anner.no anil Mint Flora Anoemnn on i he Hint evening. THIS (Turnl.iy) KF,N1. I)ao W, liUl) BOY. Wnti Sof ., ...Air. J. n. Annr"OD. llaillie Mc.i Jaivie , Mr. I). Ban. t'-l-tniii Ihorblol. ..Mr. J..H. Anderson, Jr. Mettle.. i MiS h. 8. Anderson. U an, ian.. ............-........... tee flora Anderson. AIL 1IIB MUSIC Vert, eertay, thlid nlglitof Mr J H Anderson anil Mr (J. Bum. raters or Admiprioi Parquetta. Circle anil BaU CnM.BO ...

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. — 17 December 1861

TllEDAILY PRESS. rnR cTiwnwwATi mB-is cow pah y. TCIRMT PsrFJinuB it City Agent for the Press. D. J. Baas I aelhorlrod to contrast tjr adver tising and subscriptions tor the Daily Par. In thil dir. Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. L. TlrKlRf. rat tide of Third-street, be tirrrn Jefferson end Green, it Agent for the Daily Fain, In Louisville, M.J. All order loft with him will bo attended to. Important from New Orleans. " We bare Very important news from New Orleans, to the effect that the Crescent Ci'y is being attacked by our troops, and ttatt the rebel General at Columbus baa sent down reinforcements. War with England. Our city was the scene of considerable ex citement yesterday, caused by the latest ad vines from England ia regard to tha seizure of Mason and Slidell while under the protec tion of the British flag. Our home troubles seemed, for tbe time being, to have been for gotten, and all eyes turned toward England, in anticipation of a rupture With that coun try, in addition to the li...

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. — 17 December 1861

WANTED. WdBTft," -FOB HALF," "FOB B B H T," I OBT,n M FO VXD," BOtBDim," ef.-A. esisfnasiasi tcmtmi omtor Mm kemdinn, mt see Kom, Kill he to-rix t-iee for 93 mfe. WANTKD-To nrchese, property In C'a'r i. Illinois Call, or address W. tf. JD'JR. Ku! Tfl WtatThlrrlst. dn!7.h WA WTKO-A Torine; man who can makn Mm. soil rwful In a Hiloon and more, af.rnis reqiilrea. Arptr at o clock thii aliernoon, fit e.VI Walnntst. ',1,17-b Y"ANTFD-TO BENT-A small house of thro V or four roonw, eltnntort na or near one of Hie Jreet car rontria. llt ol reference alven. AiMn-na P-i care Box I , Cincinnati. di7-h WTANTED-Everr. whore In the Weal, agenti j J""1 Cll'tomem f.,r PA UK ICR 8 New rmily nrt Manufacturing (Wlrs; Msi-hlp-a. Retail tim-as from t0 to PAnKKIl, Hewlnu-Marhlne Aanry, 40 Wtst Klfihst., Postofflce Box -a.m. Cincinnati. 11,17 f WANTRD-TO BEKT To tonma, one for-r.l-liel, In a private family-, hr a man aud wife, without children. Address F. ('., this offl -e. ldelM)J TVAKTin-THI OIPSEY I)0(j...

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. — 17 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TUBSIAT.i(.... DKriKBIR IT [Written for the Boston Journal.] A SONG. DEDICATED TO YOUNG AMERICA. Come with jour gators, And come with jonr gnnel Our country's in danger, And calls for her sons. Stay not for the harrest; Turn back from the plow; Our coantrj'B In danger ' And calls for yon now. CHORUS. We're coming, we're coming. We hear the loud cry; We'll resc our country, We'll gave her or die. The flafc of our country's Irj'nlted and scorned; Jlc r laws are dishonored, Her fair fame is wronged; Then for dear mother land, Ob, who would not die ' 'Neath Freedom's proud banner, And "Justice" the cry ? We're coming, &c. Oh I let . rekindle The patriot fires That glowed in the hearts Of our brave old sires. Our watchword is ''Freedom," And (O we will fight For God and our country, The truth and the right. We're coming, &c. Then come from the mountain, i And come from the glen; We'll drive the rebellion Far back to its den. Kay, more we'll destroy it, That naugb...

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. — 18 December 1861

I ; orrica- vra-ar.. art, omroit-aovn. CBK vrtwtnwWAT tTl-TrrlSWS to dll-rd , .nnbaorlDevnln O1notnnatl,00Tlntoaad I aoxronndlna 1UM Ml kmu, at Tosses. ' Oaatss a XA7"e o li 'Hiunnmumn, ti mmm , rare! T MAra-fttngle enplett, 3 ett m Bunth, SOo.l thrw monthi, i t one roar, Mil THE DAILY TJIESS Pmbliabed MweiT M-remlOats ' " (stwdavs Mxoarraai THE CINjDISNATI BRSS CO. i AMUSEMENTS. it V a. I )1KK O P B ttA-UOCBBi J. W. Otimt Lessee enaMVnager', A. W.raaiio, Stage Manager, M. SiMMONtTreastirer. Prof J. H. Anttsrsnti, Mr. 0. Bum, Mr. J IT. An dersen, jr, Miss 6. N. Andrwon and Mist r'lnr Anrteroon no Mte mma evening. ZTHI3 (Wednesday! KVfCNINi), Deo 16, BOH HOY. "oh K r Mr. t. IT. Andnrion. UallHe Mcul iarvle Mr. I). Bas. Optaln Thorntor ., Mr J. H AnrlM-aon, Jr. !nttlf Minn L 8. Amlcriiri. liamlsb. ...... Mips flora Anderson. ALL THS MUSK) , rhntilay, fourth nightof Mr J H. Anderson and Mr 0. Ban. FRtcvsor AnMiKurmf Parqnette, Circle and Pal. rfory, 00 cts i Children, half priest Ua'lo...

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. — 18 December 1861

THE DAILY ril ESS. rMit milTi axcarv. nmnjkTi I TIIE CIlvCINNATI rRRjIS COtlPAHY. WE DM DAT...... City Agent for the Press. " T. i. la ii authcriind to contrast tjt adver tising and subscriptions fer t lie Daily Pars In tht city. Louisville Agent. . east aide T Third-street, b. tween JeSersoa and Green, I Agent for the Daily Pares, is Louisville, By. All orders left with him 111 be attended to pnb1iflb,to day, a communication from n old ioMler in reference to anticipated trouble with England. It it well written, and rleeervtt perusal. Louisville Agent. Removal of Government Work from Our City. ker who, by the by, it ever alert to the in tciests cf our city introduced a preamble and resolutions in reference to the antici pated action of the General Government in remoYing work upon clothing, arms,&c( from our city to the Eastern cities. The whole matter, against Mr. Walker's earnest remonstrance, was referred to a committee, but we trust that committee Las earnestly investigated t...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 December 1861

WANTED. WANTKO-A wt nurae, without child, to go Inlu III Interior ot y'n?- lin"f Ho 4 WeatBevepth-at. deli I,' ANTFt-A TOONO MAN-Who Iih been In Dnipstor. Applr at OH JCait t itlh-t , between 10 A M. aea e r. m. aea o WAP-TRO-An Knersntlo Bii'lnoM Man A Ball's of Ireland vrafi-rreil. AtMnse lijp mail or otherwise. J NWON. KB Y A CO., Mo. Woit Fooilh it . Olnrlnnatl, Ohio. ril.rl srwrANTstO-TsIi.ORS-A (I rat-rot Tailor and WW two klachlte Olrli, to work on coiitt. toil mmm una atvady work. Nn.8 J Rn.n, rin h WANTED 8ITCATIOK8 - Br two young girla, to do general hmieework. ThT prefcr going In the country. 011 t third door from th corner of Hfoond ud Matliaoa at., UovlDgton, Ky. Oood inference given II required. d-H-b WANTED A BITUAT10H-A Book-keeper or Halanin, la aome good Urooerf-hoiHe. 41rJ references given. (Jin fnrnlsb Si,ftOO to em ployers, adrirra h. M. H., Poetofnce. dels-h WANTED A WOOD It BOOM-M AKK B-To go tliroe mttee wwit f Kockport, Imliaua G wae-ra and etiwly elnplovmen...

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. — 18 December 1861

THE DAILY HiESa 'WFBNiRDilT.. .,.,DRGKnnRB IS OUT ON PICKET. .- Out on picket, " ? ' Croachlnpr, hiding 'r.eth the thicket, u Scared at every twig that falls; ' " Ob, confound me I :' I ? hear them ell around me Hear tboee awful Mini ball. "PiDRl ping I piog" Ob, what deadly song tbey sing I Why do tber shoot at me, I wonder? "Say, old fellow I Yon whose psnts are striped with yellow, D'you want to kill me dead ai thunder? "Louisiana, .: ..rr. i ' That's a kind of off-band manner, : Shooting men you nerer knew. Now, juat itop that, Else you see I'll take a pop at All inch looking men as you." Fast me rashes . Another ball into the bushes. "Look out for a leaden pebble 1" So i claiming This to him while I was aiming " Crack I" and djing lay the rebel I So on picket, Peeping from behind the thicket, t All day long we kept up shooting ; How exciting, After once you're oed to fighting, Taking rebels off their footing I - 'Tis delightful, Though at first it seems o frightful Killing peop...

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. — 19 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS Fubliahed HJwery TCveuln. (tvavATi axca-ras) IDE CINCIBSATI TEESS CO. i err, ovtroa-ntnm. tai nimitTI TJAH.T PRliii la d.lr-.red nbmtltan la Olnolnnatf, Oovlartoaeut I sorroaaaln cltle and town, M Teu Oeuta a- T77o Is. r at tan to m uum. PBTr V MtTT9ltllA CopteS, 3 WOtit 0US taunth, fillet three month!, '.l ( on year, B.l ovricB- AMUSEMENTS. UKI'S O P ft RA-IIOVMB. J. W. HrrrsT IniM unfl Manager ( A.W.Fniao.HtaBe Hur, M. bimiioks. Treasurer. TBB OBIATEST BILL OF TBI SIA80N. BINKFIT Of PROP. ANDKRSOS, "Who will appear for the 1a tlmess the Scottish t'tilaltaln, " Hb by." TBIB (Thuisday lev FN 1 N (J, Dec 19, , KOU UOY. Boh Roy Mr. J. IT. Andaron. lletae.n the eecoi 1 and thin! acts, Mini Flora Anderson will sing Bennia Dundee " Friday evening, first night of the popular Come dtenneand vucaI-si, Miss IMra Kliaw. Pan-re or Ar.Mia.nnie Paro.notte, Olrrle anil Pal. coiy, ftl) eta ; Children, half prlc: Ua'lery, Hie. Hi x once oren dally from 10 to 4 P. M. o o d n t n K 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. — 19 December 1861

THE DAILY, Til ESS. 1 , 'ti.imi Mar, cxort ivicdat, t TUB OKClNHJlTI PHEM CO.nPAJIY. iiilRsn!... .MU'KIIII ftK 19 City Agent for the Press. P.J. Br. is nthoriiM to contrast fjr adver tising ud subscriptions fer th Daily Pnam In this city. Louisville Agent. Mr. 0. L. Virasa. ut side of Third-street, be twffB Jefereop nd Green, U Agent far the Dii.t Pais, ia Loritrvllle, Ky. All ordara lilt with him will be tttended i. Brilliant Engagement. One of the most brilliant engagements since tbe breaking out of the rebellion, wag that achieved by a portion of Colonel Wil lich'i Regiment at Mumfordsville, Ky , led by Lieutenant-Colonel Yoa Webor. Thej drore back over three thousand rebel cavalry and infantry, compelling them to leave all (beir dead and moat of their wounded upon the ficM. Colonel Von Weber had but about three hundred and fifty men. Important from Missouri. From the S'. Louis Republican, of yester day, we learn that General Price had ad vanced from his position at Ojceolo, on h...

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. — 19 December 1861

WANTED. WANTS," "FOB SAL f" "'OB B B H T," tVBT,n "roVKD," ' B0ABDI80," me. A' emJtemenU mtr ata tn aatKlla, not emeeett tag toe Horn, tHU be lree Ketee for a -.. VlTlVI 17 n TWO OK vv understand pwtry, lo work In the country, .Apply at BH boworlh at . near Kim. dlw-t OIHL-Todo tenernl homework, at it J flgbth-st near jnitn. nai'. tTANTFD-A GOOD flKRtfaN OIRL To do Mint ww general hnuieaork In a tnmll family. nmt well trronimenutd. West Blith it. Inquire at Mo. tH-.Hi aeiw-u- W ANTED- OIRL To run navIV Machine, nd ton la1ert, who nnd-rstand military clothing. Good wttsto g od hand. Won other mid npty. Unll at the north -toat oorner of Pearl t. 'd Ontralav. delt) b XVA1TFI-Tn OIPHKT I)O0TO-Wnti WW nil who are sick or wish to lenrn of thnlr pres. nt id future prmpaets In life, tooaH at 101 Long-wlth-st . first door west of Vntrl-v. Ooi.ulta tlon fee Ladies, J.1 ct.i Gentlemen. M) t. dlu.l, WANTED)- B O A K l By a lady, In a em-ill ww p)aeat,t fmlly. where there aro no ether bosrder ai...

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. — 19 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS.1 UCRS1AT... .DECBIHRRR 10 ' THE CORN SONG. Hraphigh ti e fartsei'a wintry board! Heert high the Rold.n corn I "c r richer pift bni natutnn poured From cut her lavish bora. Lft otlitr latrl, uHinr, glean . Tbe apple from the Pinpi The orange from its glossy glen, The cluster from the vine. We better love the hrdy girt Our rupRcd vales bestow, To dicer us when the snow aliall drift Our harvest fields with snow. Through rates of prats and meads ol flowers, Our piows ibeir furrows made, V hi.' on ibe bills the snn and showers Of ctaDgeful April played. r We dropped the seed o'er hill and plain, Urnimh the eun of May, .Ar.d fritlil'.Lfd trom our sprouting grain Tbe iobbcr crows away. All tbrouph the long, bright days of Jane, Its leaves prew grtto and lair, Ar.d waved in hot midsummer's noon Its sclt and yellow hair. Ard row, with autnma's moon lit eves lis harvest time has come, We pluck away the frosted leaves And bear the treasure home. TLeve, r;cht r than the fabled ...

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. — 20 December 1861

V. H ht TUB DAILY PRESS Published JJJfery Brenlngi (sokpats axoarra) inE crcciHiufi rnesa co. tiriCI (IIHT.I Orr. CTlTOsl-BODCS. nimiinniti oH T PBMn doltred rabaorlbere In OUolnnatl, Oovlnrtoa end uTonaaina sine ana town, at f f Texa. Oem "CVe is. r AT AMI TO ms MUIII, Pairs V Mm Single copies, fl cental rn KuDth, BOO.; three mom hi, HI 1 ona year, fj AMUSEMENTS. If V pIKJI'8 OFBKA-UOUSB. J W. OrwiT.i Lessee and Meuegr t A.W.f mho, State atauagor, M. Simmons. Treasurer. STILL INCBE&sTNa ATTRACTION. First rlcht nf th ronmar and favorite CcrrrJl erne, Miss I)iR. SHAW. THIS (rrlday) K"KHIS0. Dee 20, CaMILLE. Osmllle .........Mis Dora Shaw. t'vertnre ')rc,he-t.ra. V.s Con.lgne . ... Mons. Paul Carl. 2o conclude with iht successful Farce or BETSY BAKER. In rehear!, a loml jen dVuprlt. rlod 1HI UNION INV1NOIIH.K Petcaaor Aiimismo Parouptte, cilrcle and Tttl cony, 5i ct ; Jilfiren, hair price: Ua'lery, ajs. Bix twice ofen daily from 10 to t P. l. o o n M T It B A T Corner Sixth 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. — 20 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ri'M IKHrD PAIL Y BXCBI'T 1HIAT, BY THR TIFriNNATI PHES Cf.rlPA!Y. FRIDAY. DKCKIIRRft UO Glorious News from Missouri. Onr dif pstchos to-day from Missouri state Hi at Colonel Davii and Mnjor Marshall, or General Pope's command, bare captured one thousand three hnmlrod rebels, and a large amount of bappage and ammunition. The Feeling in Washington. The telegraph to day gires ns additional tews concerning the feeling In Washington about the tews from England. But the reports are bo conttadictory that it i impos ub'e to form any correct Idea of the true state of feeling. But guesting at the result, yte think the indications are that there will fce no war betwten onr country and England, cctasioncd by the nrrestof Mason and Slidel'. The tecond sober thought, we think, will cause the present belligerent attitude and expression of our British neighbors to assume a nioie fiiecdly and pleasant shape, The Excitement in England. The latest advices we hare from England represe...

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. — 20 December 1861

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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. — 20 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY........................DECEMBER 20 THE MIDNIGHT HOUR. BY L. M. THORNTON. I lore at midnight hour to roum, When stars btdcck tbe glorious sky, For then my foul can mnse alone, Witbont tha mnrmnrinK concourse nigh. Come, Soll'ndp, with nil tby chnrms; Come, Peace, end let me bail thy reign ! I vent no meddler In my path; The thonghtlces trace my steps in vain. I put on many a spangled orb, Think theie, perchance, some forms maybe With brows neVr seared by sorrow's mark, And hearts where dwell serenity. No matter, man, what I surmise; Go rear tby dwelling count thy gold I'll draw my rapture from the skies, And richer be a million-fold. POPPING THE QUESTION. Feir Sally and her Iotbt, Mai, Close by the lire in silence sat; A dith of apples, rosy-faced. Was 'tween them on the table placed. In vain poor Mat. essayed to speak, While blufbes mantled Sally's cheek; For well pbe knew what Mat. would say If be could only find tbe way. To him she cast a sidelong look, The...

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