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

XUE' DAILYii rilESS Pmbllahad ICwmrr M-reriiriaTe , I' trtriin hnnat)' , ..IDE CINCINNATI -fKESS Dfc , moa'Ttn-tt.i err. cnrroet-aetjB. ' f HI "!T'TLT) 1 lT nwt dlw.re gabaarlban ! Cincinnati. Onffnrvn and I , niTuuiUua eiuee end tewa at ' 37i Oeuta a XTooAgL Ntuunnutiuiu, aaJIfthVlia .ViT,m,T"V "enpies. 9 eentet one with, OOc.t three months, 01 mSi ob. raw, 3 AMUSEMENTS. JIKK8 OPIJA-nOtSI T Jv "J L.- and Wanaojer t A.W.rBjme,Stage 4Ui.a,ter. U Jib:on. Treasurer. eJiaaoNs, Treasurer. I t TBICMPUANf 8UCCI88. DORa'sHAW f b,0,lful n tand MIM .THIS (Saturday! EVENING), Deo 21, CAM ILLS. Ceirime Miss Dora Hhaw. 'fjjerrure ... ..rcnetrn, 1oconclu.1i- with ti n Musictl Burleitaof 1IIK liMlUN INVIMtllll.K Columbia ......... el DoraBhaw. Monday llilrrt night if Mini Dora hw. In rehenmal. AT X rroTATlONB. Paicsa or AoMissrn Parquatta, Ulrolo and Bal sxny, 50 otn t (Jhlinron, half Brio. Union, U3c. Jt' lOrgceorendally n-nm I0SO4P W. - O D n T n B A T Comer bixthaod Vine-street. E It Haneger, Q...

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

...THE DAIIXzPRESS. mai iii pailV, waeirV twtOAvi, at Tim ?irriir:ATi miss oojipant. flATVBDai. at the City Agent for the Press. D. I. Btaa it antholf.ed to centrist fjr adver tising and subscript Ions ter the DAnv Fim la thle oily. ' 'J The Tory Latest Rfaaaa Slldel! Trews. Tbe larteit eooimerclal and news letter received by the t-tenmer Jura from Europe, and coming from high sources, state that the "British "GoTernment proposes to seek ex planation of the Trent affair at tbe bands of onr own Government and that perhaps an apology will ba atked for an 'irregular pro ctediDg,' bat no word is said of a demand for the surrender of tho rebel prisoners. The English writers express hopes that the whole subject will be treated on this side of the water with patience, and in a kindly spirit." We doubt not such will be tbe case, and that we "Will bare no serions difficult with Eng land at this time. At least this seems to be the present aspect of affairs, justified by the latest and most re...

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

WANTED. V' stashs," "ro siii a" o bbsTiv ' I IIWT," -toUUD," . BO4MDIN0," .- sag Am Km, rillilwM MM.fr Im . I fi VNTKf "N GOOD at AOHtNIST-Torua i WW a ftlnarr ln Maehlne oa pen.a'none. Aeply at lit) Aliheh-et . Nit""a Mala aad Walnut. WwrABtTFT'- OIRIATa do general hr-.wora. vT Inquire at ft I Plnm st., near fifteenth. . fde ) IVANTRD-'ro PHOTOABAPaBBI-A lady. ww p.i nr on or the lest artlats In the -onnry, Jmwi a eltnatlan, slther aaalstantor irliclpfll cperatnr In a rear-actable nmhro'VD nd T-bMograph gel err. Address ABT1SI, ' Pteee vmr. aeii-a VIMNTBD -TBII OIPSBT POOfO Winta w v an who are alok or wleh to learn of their area ant erd futnra r,p-ts In Ufa. tocell at sen Uog-wrlh-et , flrt diiot west of Csntrel-av.- Consulta tion fee-Led lea, cl.. Oenllemen, DO ot. dl-b WANTBD BOARD -Two young gentle-neti, belurjiitff to a firat clM nuslueae fl-m, wl.h to obtain day board for the winter In a private family. References required. Address B. and II., j reaa umre, aiiu-i- 1VANTPB- GI...

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

THE DAILY PRESS.' laATl'ROAV .....DWIIJiaiK lit RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY. Tb way of tTotj tuan U declaratire of the rnd ol that man. Wl.dotn prnparg for tha worst; but folly leares the wont fur that day wheo It comes. Dow man? prop's go oat of their sphere under good pretenses! A Christian will find hit parenthesis In prayer, eren through hii busiest hours. God denies a Chtistian notbiog but with a dtslgn to give him something better. Tndnlim tint a oloomT contempt of any thioR which is inibelf good; only let it keep its place. Something must be left as a test of the loyalty of tbe htart in Paradise, the tree; in Israel, a Canaanite; in us, temptation. If a good man can not prerent evil, he will bang heavy on its wings, and retard its progress. ; To expect disease wherever it goes, and to lay himself out in the application of remedies, is that habit of mind which is best suited to St Christian while he passes through the world, if he would be most effectually use ful. '' In studyirg 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. — 23 December 1861

THE DATLY PRESS t JCmbUhed Mrerr .. isvrdats uomw) X -T- 1DR CINCINNATI PRE8S CO. orrim- tini-rr.i on. ovrroa-Bona. fBi mwtnitwAT Tir.vTJnir-B. dMi-.rftt aubeortb.r la Oinolnnatl, OorlsjrtoB ead L snrroeadlu SUM wit towns. M TesM. OsntM a Wool. f ' MIUll TO TBI OAaaiB. ' Pmc T W Art Mingle copies. .1 cents 1 on swath, OUo.t three months, 81 43 1 on year, 93 AMUSEMENTS. fllKE'S OPBHA-HOPHB. J W'JJrrPT ,Lemee and Manas-r ; A.W.F BWKo.Htage MuaAger, M. Bimmonb, Treasurer. TUS HIT OF TUB UK tSON. Third nleht of the beautiful And talented Miss DORA 811 A W. 1U18 (Monday) ltVRNINO. Deo S3, CAMILLK. i"mlllo Mil Dnr Shaw. Cjertme ; - .-. Orchestra. To conclude with the nicesful Bnrle'ta of '1HK UNION lMVlNClHuU Columbia MI. D.ira Shaw. In rthenr.al, a grand mlhtar" .Bfrtacular drama, r.ih.r;"fy'i:,ll,,1 hikub cbigaus; isj, JRtAT hXPBOTATlONS. fmonor AnmsHiim Panruette, Olrilo and Hal. cony, rjft cte 'JBildrou, half price: Un'lery, !5c II' Office oren dally from 10 to 4 P. M. w OW T II BAT 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. — 23 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. nn aan daily, gxcxrt ivhsat. t TI1B CIM'INNATI PHFM CO.tlPANY. iwommt.. DR' RMRRR U.I City Agent for the Press. V.J. Hiai It authorised to contract fjr adver tlflnir end subscriptions fr tin, Daii.v Press In ttaU clly. Pub. Doc. We are Indebted to Hon. John A. Garloy, for copy of the Report of Mnj. MordecaJ, of b!i Military Commission to Europe 1a 18M Very Appropriate. Those making holiday presents not overlook the fact that a sewing-machine would be very acceptable to almost any lady. We advertise in oar columns the claims of most of tbe diircient manufacturers, and no iifluulty need be experienced in finding a first-class article. General Scott Returned. The telegraph advises ns of tbe return of Geeeral Scott from Europe. Tbis will sur prise every body, as It was understood that be Intended to remain abroad for many months. It is turmiscd that he is the bearer of important dispatches to our Government. The Butler Expedition. rumor naval expedition is that its dest...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 December 1861

WANTED. WtSTV," -TOM HALF," TOM" !', i oer," wovhd, MOAtDtaa,- m.-A- eeHfeeaaeaei whWIw Hoi eaeeai. n Km Km ffll' fcWoaoe it aw. -fllTnATIONA rNIMI-ltAti'a wlrlnw V ldt , f .ni her eon. aa-ed f'nrte,a ree.e. wltne . .iin.ttnJ m a 4(n cook, or to do funeral honte- -work, in mull fkwllr. Hare ne nluectlnn ta the emmtty Onwi referenoe siren Apply at the 8 K corner of Hlntb and John 1e2S-b WArtTr-rOBTBalT8-Iaol1eolo-a -Thar ere Hfo-aire, painted by a superior ertlat. fir the eilrenrdlnarr low price of $11) at JOHfHilN'H Oal'ery, 52 O riftb e'reete'd corner of Ninth and Jrlnln. Call iid judgo of tha excsllenoa nf the Work. deJSd WSTEn-A YOUNrt MAH-Ia an office. WW fro from twelve to eiihtann ears old-one who -apeaKa German and wrltea a g'lid fiend. !tf furenre rrgi.lrpd Apply at theomco of J. 0. HANOVHR, .3 Weat Third it. d?S " eiTBXANTKD-a. TTJRnit ?Wr For a Pictorial v i T Onikrjr. ArpU at the UAllorr, norlh-eut rnr of Third and Sroam re ito. 'le'3 , mmr iVTln han DS A few Tailon and w...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.......................DECEMBER 23 [From the New York Evening Post. Republican.] A Curious Letter from a Female Secessionist. WHAT MRS GREENHOW SAYS OF HER IMPRISONMENT. miT, Tba Richmond publishes a le'.Uf from Mn. Greenhow, tha Washington i&osssionist, who wm ttoentlj united for complicity with the traitors. The letter li dated at Washing ton, November 17, and Is addressed t Secre tary Seward. It opens thus : Sin t For nearly three months I have been confined a cloie priaoner, thut out from air and txtrdae, and denied all commnnioation with family and fiitnds. Patience is laid to be a grett virtue, and I have practiced it to my utraoet oipaoity of endarnr.ee. I am Hid, sir, tbat npon jour ; dixit the Tate (f cUlteni depends, end tht the sign irnnual of the ministers of Lonis XIV anil XV wa not more potential in their day than tbat of the btoretaty of State In 1801. I therefore moot respectfully submit tha' oa Friday, August 23, without warrant or other s...

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. — 24 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS X'wbLiebad Ifircry JKvenln. , , liiinun miRnl 1IIE, CINCI5NATI rBISS CO. Orrrca- Timf.i or. CTnroa-aovta. Hi mwcrrawarf tMt.TPltcto deiivtrred -ntantbOT In Olnolnnatl, Orvlartos aad ft imrrauuiMi vi.v hi awwna. a. Vasal Oenta Woolt patail to m uiiui. Fare r BlAn fllnile eoptee, S (tout one stvntb, 80o. three montlia, 91 v3 1 on rear, gj AMUSEMENTS. 1 1 K B U P B RA-HUUHJC. J W. (!rrT .'.Inm and Manager A.W. I an 1,0, Mane Manager. 81. Simmons, Treasurer. BB1LLI AST ATTBA0T10NI Fourth right of the distingulbtud Artist, Mini TN'ltA MIAW. THIS (Ttfarlav' F.VKNINO, Dec 24, will be pro- il.ua Die beautiful play of CAMILliE. CamlUe ......11 is Dora 91iaw. Ovortme ,.......................,.. Orchestra. fu Chinese Mods. Paul Oarl. To conclade with the lang-balile Farce of FAMILY JARS. In relienr,al a ernnd roilltar sper-facnlar drama. in two acts called tie ttlFuE: DBUlADK; also, jlls AT KXPRC1 ATION3. i'aic'csor AnMiartioN Panitintte, Circle aad Bal eon, 50 eta ; '.'eililre...

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. — 24 December 1861

mm THE DAILY PRESS. ' rin.iKniiB Daiit, Heart rArt it ' tiik Cincinnati phfss company. T(t"DAY.. .imrp.B8 9 City Agent for the Press. T. J. Bat It anllierliMl to contrast tor tdver tiring art nibtcriBiioBi fer the Dailt Fane ir tMf city. Wi aie under continued .obligation) to 3. C. Meredith, Mail Agent on the Indiana Central Railroad, for lute Indirnapolia paperl No Press Tomorrow. To morrow being, by general consent and custom, a universal holiday, m shall Issns no paper from this ((lice. We are informed lint the tclfRraph cflice will be closed, and therefore need expect no news from that source. Ohio Legislature—The Speakership. The Ohio Legislature will convene in Co lumbu8 cn next Monday week, the Cth of January. Already the wires begia to move, nd candidates are button holing and letter writinfr, urging their claims for the several different offices to be filled by the Legisla ture at its opening. At (be organization, as usual, we doubt not, thre will be a eharp contest for the...

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. — 24 December 1861

WANTED. WAKT8," -FOB BALK," "TOM BBBT," i obt," - wound," BOABDiaa," m.-At. mtmnili tomUt mmdm eeaiMnss, aol ran r nm, wii w i---- taricso-gasie. hand On viriNTfin-OlRIrTo do plain cosine and V V 11 erel bmi'- Also. nurse arlrl . H r IS yeats old. Germans preferred. Applf lit tU n-zt-n- WA1TKI-A POKTB-.Appl- at the Madl son House, Covltie,lnn, d2l-b "amTANT rTD-OIBL One who can come recnm v v menneu. Applj at north west corner of Plum td Perrv. oet V- lVN'l''l'-c,"toinriiror8liin'illml Wilson's iramil hnd sswlnK-iuae.hmes; h-o for thren other kinds, new. Another arrival or the novel, cheap and good three-etit'h uwlnff ma. elilr.cs. at room Mo. 1 Cup stalrsj, 148 Went Kirth. WANTJB-TO HtBR-A -nod V T i rhino, that will di -ithor coarse or fine w-irx. Adrtteie 8 K. L., Press Offl dt-h -a7 ANTED (tlx food, careful hoys who unilr. WW mtat.A for, Una smell ti lai d feeillnu email joh printing prms. Beet r f weais will be a-ivsn. Apply linn"iliatlr at the Un-tn Oily Filming aire. Bailee, ...

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. — 24 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TUESDAY...........................DECEMBER 24. [From the New York Post.] A New Engine of War. DESCRIPTION OF THE ERICSSON BATTERY. Its Peculiarities and Uses. There ii now hutUtlng at the Continental Iron Works, Green Point, rt formiJablo iron , bnllery, which will probably proye a norel and eflicAcious implement of war. Congress nt its last session made an appropriation of one million five hundred thousand dollars for building iron-clad re.'sols, and Captain Kricsson submitted tothecomniissionerswho were appointed to examine the proposals a plan for an impregnable iron battery, which ehould be novel, yet simple in its construc tion. His plans were approved, and the contract for building the battery was nwarded to C. S. Iiuahnell & Company, lly the terms of the contract it is to be finished find equipped for active service in one hun dred hay from tho 6th of October. It is not to be accepted if, on being subjected to the enemy's guns nt the shortest range, it ta...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 December 1861

THE DAILY PIIES3 . ' Inmn zasrrwi . rr if. IDE CINCIBSATI TBE83 CINCIBSATI TBESS CO. , im'imi'Utn, era a nttntmn tllllff H daifVer nbwmwra la Oraetnaatt, OoTinrtooea fTO m mmwm . O . a Woeli . tATina to tb OAkaixk. PatfFa err Man-fllngt coplee, 3 Mnt one Mtb,fto.t three month!, 91 113 1 on rev, S3 AMUSEMENTS. V I1U1M OrittAMlOllHE. -I. W. Oirnfu.. UaM and Meaarer l A.W."anKe,kae Manager. 11. bumoK,Innurr. TBISrTrfaradaylEVENINa, Peo fl. will b. pre- en tea uuiatr s pnnnmr play, in live acta, 01 tub Lady or lyons Paulina , ., Mi Dora Shaw. Ovei tme , Orchestra. PasCbinci ....... Muni. Paul Uarl. To ronclnilt with Shakspeare'a Oomedy, la three ICUOI TAMINQOPTBK SlfBEW. Friday, Farewell Benefit of Mies t ira t4haw. In Heheereal,4JRBAT BXPEUTAT10N8. Pairs or AnelieMoit Parquette, iMrcle aad Bet oonr, AO cm; Children, half price; UaMery, 'J Jo. Bra oMoeofen daily from I0to4 P. M. o n h t n b a t Corner Sixth ana Via street.. B K. Manager, Geo. Wood ; Brace Manager, Q. H. Gilbert; 'Areaau...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 December 1861

THE DAILY PHESS. rVHISHrO BAILT, 1XCIPT Sl'KDiTS, T Tni CIKONWATI PHEHH COMPANY. TBTIDAT.. ,.lCI!nBIR Uft City Agent for the Press. D. J. Baa It authorised to contract for Idnt tiling end autscrlpllons for th Dailt Pbim In (hit dir. The Weekly Press. The Poliar Wiikly Prkm for December 26 is now ready, and may be bad at the coun ter, ready for malliofr, at three cent per copy. Tbe Weekly Press is a well-filled (beet, containing thirty-two columns of choice literature, telegraph new?, city intelli gence, tbe markets, Ac, Ac. No better paper can be found to send to distant friends. IHasea an tMdeli JTabablr Gives Up: The telegraph informs us to day that, from tbe fact of the steamer to Europe bar ing stopped at Fort Warren on her way out, it is inferred that Messrs. Mason and Slidell were taken on board as passengers for Europe. The authorities of the fort not be ing Inclined to communicate on the subject, we are loft in doubt Charles Anderson. Esq. The telegraph advises us that Charl...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 December 1861

WANTED. sTAATTS." -mm HALT." -won MT," I OCT." "WOVMD," BOABDllHV - m Dm m, wtUae asserts niiT srn una ant NO In ft erlvate fatnllr. T ft voting Mr, where tlire ftra (o olbw ejoardrre. ddre.s Z. A. I., Poetofftoe, d-lh WANTBT)-no"K-A food ftmale Cook. Good wears will ba raid to ft oompAtent ooraon Aa j,lv at tha Madlaoft lln'ian, Covington, Kr. deW-b WANTVI-A NORSS-OIBO-At 43-1 rmh. airaot, fu'ir doom eest of Park. datn-b WANTKD FOUR (IO0D B ASTIRS-To work od military coat. Nona but Rood onna neod PB 7. Inajulreat 101 Fifth st , betwean Kim "d l'lnm. d2A b4 "tVWT,?n-,'ITl,ATI0Tt-T' eook.waari od vv Iroa. No objactlon t tha country. Apply at itt Weet Sixth it , between John and Central .evenue. daZft-b WANTFB-FIFTEISNGOOD BASriBS To wort on coats, end ora good Machine-hand to run Miller'a Machine i also, one Presser None tint rxperleaord hands Dead apply at So. 5 M JVHri.it am b VVANTED-OIBb-To do plain r:6ok.1nff and aerieral honneworK. Also, a aarse girl. 14 or 1A yearn old. Gernui...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. THURSDAY................DECEMBER 26 Smith O'Brien on a War with England. The hni Itwntt City ot Washington, Captatn Brooks, which left Liverpool OB the 4th last., and Qneenstewa on the 6th lost., arrived her ar'j yesterday morniog, bringing passengers and SMITH O'BRIEN ON A WAR WITH ENGLAND—THE PERFIDY OF GREAT BRITAIN TOWARD THE UNITED STATES, AND THE DUTY OF IRISHMEN. [From the Dublin Freeman, December 5.] a letter addressed by Mr. O'Bilea to Mr. Beward, Secretary of State of the United Btatei, we find the following al lusion! to recent events: By the reeent leiiar cf the Confederate Commissioners on board of a British mail steemsr, the Government of Mr. Llnooln ban Incurred a fearful responsibility. I take for granted that this aot will not be disa vowed. I lake for granted that it was intended as deliberateaffronttotheEoglishnation. I take for granted that It was desigoed as a bold and defiant answer to the insolenoe wbioh has been directed against the American ...

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. — 27 December 1861

THE DAILY, PRESS (su'dats axonrTEM IDE CINCISNATI rEES8 CO. f OTrtn- vtm-s., orr. BTjTo-BtrtB. tnm mWfTtBPJATT t) It.T PKBWB M A11vart mbsorlbera In Cincinnati, Oovtnr to and , t snrrna.ulng ettle. an town.. at?sa. Gttrxtm t XTiToolx. patabm to rat cabbiei. Pares v MATLRInf I. copt... M cent.! on. etwatU, Stte.l thru mouth, fel If.) a. one rear, 83 AMUSEMENTS. 1 K K a , Of IK A - II O U S K . -I V. OrraT . le..ea and H.nas:er ; A. VYTr.no, Ktate Manager. M. Simmons, Treasurer. THIS (Friday F.VENINU, December 27, BENkFIT or MISS DORA 8H AW, Arid last nlRlit but oie of h"r cncniremcnt By pir tirulai request, nil will appetr lu, her character of GAMII.LE. To cunslude with the langhabte Farce of BITS? BAKKB. . Thick or Admi.to Per'iueHe, Circle and Hal. cony, 50 cu ; Jallrtren, hmr pries', iM lery, BrxOffloeoren lnilr from 10 to 4 P M. O O D N T II K A T E K. , vorueroixin ami iiiiv .neeui. Manager, Geo. Wood ; S-.ne Manner, G.H.Gilbert; Area.urer, li. l. gonial. raters to Suit tub Timx...

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 December 1861

TV irvn A TT XT TitVdCS rvn.mms ihii.t, txeirr sumuits, m mr. cikcinwati phfhs co.nPAinv. FKIDAV... ...lifCRnnEK r Cokqrkfsuan Elt hag been released, and li bow In WasbinRton. He will doubtless keep clear of Bull Ran In future. Tin story of the escape of Colonel Corca ran Is pronounced a fiction. Tbe news of his release or tsenpe would be received with hearty satisfaction all over the North. The Eighth of January. Will the coming 8'h of January be cole bialed ss usual in 'ew Orleans, or will the programme be charged ? For near fifty ye rs this aniiiversaiy has been kept as a grand puis day In that city. Military parades and sham figlils have been the amu cment of the pay people. But, from present appearance,, the parades 8d1 Call's raiy prove to be of a serious rat are. We shall not bs surp:Ued if the expedition which has long been pre f.niirg. as Is supposed, far a dnctnt of the Mississippi, thould on this memorable dy make a strike,, and this famous mart of com merce be brongh', 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. — 27 December 1861

WANTED. wasth," "roe wtr," -rom tr, IftW." "WOVBD," ' MOAXDiaO," ats. Ad ,xtr AnTfllr 8ITVATI0N- In Urocarr store, v c or employ ent In env respectable bnlness, 1r ft eleailv. iDon-iri.iie man. Auarese ., through the roitomre. d-37-b TINTED HOP.BB AND WAOON-I will VT Bite ft Rood trade for ft light boring- f agon, Horn ana Harness, de27 b 77 WtThlnt It. WA N T D- Ivert bod r to no w t h at, all h on gh O'al-oil has advanced tire cents per gallon. sholesale, LUl'HY A FOX, corner Main and Bev. nth ats.,aell tlie b"t Majsville Coal-oil (not well oll at 4ft renin per gallon retail. riei7-r -HftARTTNa-la a vilaln. reeneof. W V aiile, ( . small f.mllt. where the termi WOll'd be vonfn,te, l.varoiine lady. address A. B. C.. at the cftloe of Pnily Press. IHMHPtTBI.T-Two Carriage. " trnieis, R"dv d "nnnlrggoar SJRKere. P nnviiRN'H. RMS Ontra'-av. deI7-ti 4.1TAiSTKn HSSt P-llhamhcr sld and Wash- tirl. Arrly Henri Houae, 1 bird-street. " i - lTkTl-l -nr,rl Plank. bonk Power Will ft'd cropin mcn...

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 December 1861

THK DAILY PRESS. FBllY... ..DK'RiTIIKK 97 i A LESSON WORTH ENSHRINING. A Uenon la itself sublime, A lefson worth enshrlriino; la this : "I take no note ot time Eire when tbe nn Is shining." These words a dial bore, And wisdom nerer preiheg To human hearts a better lore Then this short sentence trading: Ai life is sometimes bright and fair, And sometimes dark and lonelj, Let u forget its toil and care, And note its bright hours only. Tlirre is no grore on earth's broad chart Jlut bas some bird ti cheer it: fo hope sirps on in every heart, Although we may not hear it. And if to day tbe heavy wind Of sorrow is oppressing, Perrbance to-morrow's tun will bring TLe weary heart A blessing, For li to is cometiines bright and fair Arid sometimes dirk and lonely; Tlx n let's lorpet its toil and care, And note its bright hours only. We bid the jpyocs moments haste, And tben lorpet their glitter; We tnbe the cup of life and taste Mo portion but the bitter; Eut we should teach our hearts to deem...

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