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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 December 1861

,THE DAILY FjiKSS i ovnea- TBI TIW4TTBWATT Ta1f,TPRH13M ll.t4 subscribers fa Cincinnati, 'Innnrtoa tog tturonndlna oltlM ant awns l v7eix Oout Wooli pataii.b to tut OAaaiaa. ss.i,th, 50c; three munths, !I ;AJt oiaiwr.M AMUSEMENTS. 3 4 JIIHU'H IIPKIK-HOUM. J. W. Gvr.ST .. T,MM and M.nnunr i A. W.ruao. Huge Manager. M. blMMiNS.Truaiurer. .FARkWBM, NIGHT OF M189 DOB SHAW. IBIS (Sutnnley SVKNINd. TbcBibr 2 s, ' IKIillMAU. THK BlkHtUIlN T.rthenia. a utf-k Maiil .. in D rn Shaw. Tlirrm..r Ilia K.rhariDn .t - I ir IV . .. I...- ttniic Pa. !'.'.'.'.!.!"""'. M on ' lanl Carl! lo conduce with the Muiv:i Rarh-tta uf Botetta, with Bungs Hin Mair Shaw. ' 'Prints fit AnMl.Rtnis rarnnette. fllrrle and Bal- (onii AO eta ; ;hililren, halt price; 9 l'y, 'iic. Brx O.Dce oren dally from 10 to 4 P. W. O l m T II K A T Corner Sixth and Vice streets. K ft M anagor, Oeo. Wood ; S'neo Manairnr, 0. II. Gilbert; Treasurer, U. T. Collins. .,. Paicvs to furr TnE Tikes Dross (!lrole and Par. Cuctte, 3D centa ; U...

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. — 28 December 1861

THE DAILY PBBSS, nnnn aaiLT, xrrt l"PTs, t THE ClrVCIKINATI PRKSS COMPANY. ..Dk.CR.nBRK as Mason and Sildell Given Up. Tbe telrftrmph announce that Messra. Ma son and Slldell bave been released. This, ire prrfume, will be a satisfactory answer to the question asked to often of lata "Will we bare a war with England ?" Stand from Under. Tbe Douse Investigating Committee will reach this city to-day, it is understood, to look into and investigate matters and tilings connected with army contracts, ic. Success of the Stone Fleet. We iriu t to day an account of sinking of a portion of the old vessels which went laden with granite to block np tbe entrance to Charleston harbor. The work is said to liave been well done. The State of the Rebellion. The New York J'ctt takes a "look back" at tbe events of the past month, and con cludes tbat tbe prospects of the insurgents within that time have, although almost ira pciceptibly, very materially changed for the worse. For a long time they maintaine...

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. — 28 December 1861

WANTED. WiKTH," "FOB NAIF." "FOB U X," f I UHT," " fOVHD," B6ABDIH0,n .-44. MtaMiMiOfmUr AM hrf, atwastV w Ate Hmm. ntllUfawWl , . w ArTFTl-on.llt.BF,RMAIrH-One or two OeHerrM fllimncrm..... ... ,ue .,.,,.. Oall between 10 and 11 A. M. deM a lion-a. WAKTEI)n' Bi-iitinUIlr, to go t Lonl.vllle Teamsters, Tfrmi, f 10 $r month end lonnd. Oall at the O lit Hon' on londai.fromv A. , to 4 P.M. li. BOBBlHS. Ide2fl fJ MrjfTFD-'i n 8 T 0 M H B 8-For Singer's, ww Whaler A Wltma't nrd other tecond-nand Fi-wlng stf-hlne; alt-, for Hina'er't now Three Hit. h finSmlna Hrhlre, Apply to 8. T. OAR IUHON, Agont, l'is Wast Fifth it., Room "o. I, up Btnira deM d W YrA rTt D-Three or four bourdon Can bo to cnmni, doted with hoard Ld rooms. Prlco to Mitt tho tfmeti. Beftrencet required. J0 West fourth t. Appplr at oean-D- w 7AlTKO-A GBR MAN PBDTKiTANT IJ'Rl,Tr An ffnnprnl hmiiewort: UJt.fl wtget glvon. Apply t UtOi Clark-st. Bererenot minimi. dnWl-b VVTKM-BUILDINa LOT-I will par $100 w caj-h down f -r a e...

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. — 28 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. SATURDAY................DECEMBER 28 Advertised Letters. OFFICIAL LIST. "All letters advertised are subject to as, extra charge of one cent. Persona culling f(ir them will plenac bp prepared with the necesaarychnnirn. Persons calling for these letters will please say thev ere advertised, and give number and dataol lilt eT Theottlce will he open at hiilf-pii.it seven A. M., and close at el. P. H. Bumlava Ofllce opeo from nine A. M. to half-past ten A. M. (av'ererffo be advertised in the Cincinnati Daily Pnrss, ogremblv to the following necfion of the ne'e Pittofltce Lav, at the newspaper acru'd the targeti circulation of any paper pvbltrA in Cincinnati; rice, ft. And lie it turihor enacted: That Lists of letters remaining uncalled fir In any PnatnrTlce In atiy city, town i t villains where a nevapapr shall l.e printed, shall bi-real'ter to published once only in Hie i.ewepepor ahich, being issued weekly or (.lienor, shall have the lara-e"t circulation within Hie ratin...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 December 1861

1EIE CINCINNATI PKES8 CO. ' mn' Tin-n.i or, ntrroa-aona. CBB mnmTf DAILY PBPiW fa d-lt-ered eabaorlner. la Cincinnati, OoTlartoa iM t ulMiHIU elites and tewaa. t Tbu Oenti a Week riT4l(.l TO Tilt OlBllia. run IT El All Single copies. J eentat on e until, 600.1 three monthi, SI J 5 1 en rear, IS.) THE DAILY PilESS Xmbllahed Krory Kfenlng, titiKSATS ort ml AMUSEMENTS. j I K K 14 O P B RA-HOUHK .1 W. OrrnT l4w and Manager ; m r. v. dih, stage Manager, si. bimmons, rreasirer. TH18 (Monday) BTKNIND, December SI. will be produced the new Play, frum Charles Dickens' dotpI, entitled (IK I AT EXPECTATIONS. Abel Wsnrl'ch r. M V. Llnctism. Tnies Uaviphnnt Min Ltr.xie fiinni -ns, Dmce Fluttering Kctnllibr-tiru ...M.ins. Paul Carl, lo corclu''e with the Petite 'Jomede t,f 111 It RoUGH DIAMOND 'nnnln Joe Mr. n Jordan. Maigcrj. In. U. W. Stoddard. Pairrs or A omission Parnnette. Circle and Pal- tour, Sit eta i JaildreD, half prlca; ija'lery, 'tis. Bex Office oren daily from 10 to 4 P. M. WO II D D...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 December 1861

THE DAILY PJIESS. ruLiaH BAUT. UCJirT SClCDAYe, IT Tim nvnmt ati phbss con pany. IT ONPAT... ... IIORMBRR?0 Mason and Sildell Go To morrow. It li announced that Lord Lyoni hai or dered the steamer A'iagara to leave to mor row for Liverpool, taking out Messrs. Un ion and Slidell. Mason and Sildell Go To morrow. Suspension of Specie Payments by Eastern Banks. The telegraph informs us that the Bunks in New York, Philadelphia and Boston hare all suspended specie payments. It is said the receipt of this news caused specie to ad vert to fie per cent, premium on Third- Btiect to-day. The Release of Mason and Sildell. Tl e diving up of the rebel commissioners to the authorities of Great Britain has been the principal topic of conversation for forty eight hours past. The opinion was enter tained by many that unless our Government acceded to the demands of England, andsur rendered Mason aud Slidell, that a war with that country was inevitable. Now that the English demtnd fox the release of th...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 December 1861

WANTED. WAHT8," r0B BALM," -fOB MM at," IDBT," -roVSD," J01Dflt" mvUemmh mlm wmdtr Um ImAwl Ml maea at HwMim.wWfrftwrtMl WXtw. WANTEII A QlRt-To do (eneral tamms work for a smsll f.mllf . Appljr at R West Kidhut , dir-Ktoos iter. cKta-h- WANTBD A voting tent'emsrt of lihotat edu cation, plaining R'lil rest and btlln.s hMH, lhM lonnnoH trading agent for sonic wliol. aula establishment. Halatv no oli.ioct, oept to pur nimiMi tha ndvntg of travel being the nhlst desideratum. Address, t this office, V1AT0K. dc30 TV'A'''TEDTO BKNT-nr a prompt paring V tenant, a small rents- of from threa to sia. Torrtii. Must be in a pleasant partof the city. Ad ilrm A, I'rtM office deSo-b" WAPiTBn-Tnsi oitsry nocrn w.nti all who are nick or wish to laaro of their prol an) and future prnapvrta In llf", locall at lflt Long-wortli-st , flrt door wmt of reritrl-nv. Constitu tion fia Ladies, 2A ets.; flnntlemon. fto cts. oVm-h tmrANTBD-PTX BOT-At Burnet Home, -v lltose acquainted tilth the btlsin- n-. fcrred...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 30 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY... DROIMBIK .1 Marriage Engagements. THEIR LENGTH AND BREADTH. Thrr, r two thing whloh almost avery on find! ll difficult to do easily aod wl'h gri. On I' to sdouiic orally that ho Is going to b married, and tbo other ! to eocgr4tal.it hitn. Vibj tbaann.ono, merit ahoald oause embarrass, mtnt la obvioua. However proud tho bappy lover may feel in bli heart, h know that by as; lug that holi going to b man led b ar lean cxposea himself to the criticism of friendly cu liostty. The friend to whom the announcement ia made haa alao many reasons for feeling a lit tle terrona. Not btit g a foreigner, he can not tbrow himself on bia friend's Lack and have good blubber, Tid he muntoonflne himself with in rhe limits of English reserve. The surprise and oddity of 'be thing, airain, often overpower triry deeper feeling for the moment, and even the tlnccrest and warmest friend haa been k.-own to receive the aff oting Intelligence with to other answer than one long peal of l...

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. — 31 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS .. XmbUabd M-e-wnr Eveningf, (suidat oBtn WE CIXCWNATI PRESS CO. ernes- Trae-tr., on. errtToa-aonta. HI nrwrrTfiWATT TAtIr Pltawat Mhia Rbwd"" In Oleetnsstl, Onartoa as L surroandlng elttoo and town, at Z7ax Oenta "wres els. PATASLS TO m OAStlS. Pmrn tr gjAnv fllnrle eoptea, S eentei on aevnta, IUo.i thru months, 1 1 !5 1 on ysar, 8.1 ' AMUSEMENTS. 1IKK)8 O P K UA-HOUMB. J W. Gitiwt...... Lraase and Manager ; Mr. 0. Km, Stag a Mimn, H. Sisors,Treaeurer. THIBfTuearlayt BVKNINO. December 31 111 be produced tbe new nay, irom tneriee Ahcxens- UOT61. IIAUtW GKIAT EXPECTATIONS. Abel MBw('ch......... "T. M V. Llngrism. "Minn llavl.tiam Mias Li.r.ie ftmintna. Dance Fluttering Biiliit-rium....Mine. Paul Carl. To conclude with the PoHte Joniedv of TUK BoUQli DIAMOND. ronitn Jo...... .. Mr. IT Jordan. Margery,..... Mrs. a. W.Stoddard. Pninra or ADMTaarnif Parqnetta. Olrcla and Bal cony, t0 eta ; Children, hall prioe; Ua'lery, U3o. Bex Offloa oren dally from 10 to 4 P. M. w O O ...

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. — 31 December 1861

THE DAILY PItESS. rrjairantto DAriv, txttn schdavs, bt IPBIK rnvCINWATI PRESS rO.ltPAWY. ajfmnOAY ..DKCIMBRK 31 No Paper Tomorrow. Ill order to allow all engaged In Oar office an opportunity to participate In the nsuat festivities and aocial courtesiet of the season, we ihall Issne no Pass to-morrow. We are informed that the telegraph office will not be open, and therefore no important news may be expected. Y. M. L. Association. We print in our advertising columns to day the ticket nominated by the committee appointed for that duty, by the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association. It Is prob able there will be an Independent Ticket. The New Year. are on eve another Happy Year;" at least such will be the exclamation of many thousands as the sun rises to-morrow, announcing the birth of a new year. The beginning of a new year seems a proper time to take a retrospect of the past, and certainly it is very proper time to form new and good resolutions for the future. No doubt many of us ...

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. — 31 December 1861

WANTED. WdNTR," TOM HALW," -rou ." IVKT," rOUKD,n MOdBDIKQ," afe-ie. Bas eh ansa tmlmf mm taase MrArTFT-OOOP- -To rnake arrangement! ' t v wri ntth enme hnnee In the cltv, to take stock of Rood! of one of the llllnln hranrries ! Bc)t.. Mn el, nMllilO'H.BnilMuilii Clothing, final Oil Lanise, furniture, or mo-t any other Kind of woods, to a cltv of 13,000 Inhabitant, not a greet distance fmra tbe city- to pll on commission or as rartrar. The beet of rrfVrenca glvea. Ad1reee, wmedlatelr. A, B. 0., Pre-a Office. , de-tl-h "W.WT A NTH D A OIBH1 H-Al Pnrtar In WW wholesale store. Applr at Mo. la weal 7inn-ai , umcinne' t n7ANTKD-l BITUATION-Bt a roon wo. v niao,to do far.eral housework In a -mall -fnmllT. Apply at the south-west cnrnar ofajoe Iral av. and Fearl-tt.. nc on d floor, Item Mo. 4. de3t-t WANTED A FIN OOLORY.D LIKESIC3S Neerlt life sire. Ton can get one at APFLC OATB'B Nf w btar Qellerv, 96 Flfth-at , in a good frame, for It All kinds of small Pictures at ons lliird the wire .c...

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. — 31 December 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. TUESDAY..................................DECEMBER 31 A BACHELOR'S LOVE MAKING. You would hare known it for n bachelor'! the moment yon Tint your head in the door! Blue, spicy wreath of cigar imoke circling up to the ceiling newspapers under the ta ble Castile sonp in the tiny bronte and re ceiver elippers on the mantel-piece, anil general confusion eYery-where. And yet Mr. Thornbrooke poor, deluded mortal solemnly believed that his room was in the most perfect order. For hadn't he poked the empty champsgrns bottles under the bed, nd sent the wooa oox 10 ierp mem com pany, and hung his morning gown orer tho damp towels, and dusted the ashes-sprinkled hearth with his best silk pocket handker chief f He'd like to see a room in better trim than that; guess he would I And now lie was mending himself up preparatory to going calling, to call on the very prettiest girl in the town. Not that he was particu larly fond of the needle, but when a fel low's whole foot goes throug...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 January 1862

THE DAILY PKESS , I'ubllohPd Kver-y XCTonln,, (itmniT mtftum) ' im CINC1KNAII PBKSS CO. ernes-vrn-v. orp. euiroa-aocn. VH otofriiT Pw,TPRKFiki l1War4 gubeortbet In Cincinnati, Oovmrton and I anrronndlng sill ml tewa. at , Teu Oent a Wook PAVllLa TO TBI (Mama. -".'.! "''i-flliU opl-s, S) aratM em sjauutb, 00c; three months, 91 J1 one year, 83 AMUSEMENTS. O O D T H K A T K It , v Corner Sixth and Vine street. ' Manager, Geo. Wood j B'.ige Manager, 0. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, G. T. Collina. Patrr to Brtr th Time. Press Olrole aid Par quette, 3D coats; Uallery, 13 cents. TlTIfl (Thursday) EVENING, Jannary 2, ISM, MB. JOSEPH PBOCTOB, la Ml great Impersonation of O10, TUB ARMORER OF TYRE. Grand Dance Mademoiselle Anbrey. to cnnclnde with MOTHER At D CHILD ABE D01K0 WELL. Friday evening, Benefit of Mr. Proctor. GRAND CLASSICAL SACRED CONCERT, TO BE GIVEN AT MB ' CATIIBDIIA.1J, On Sunday Evening, Jan. 5, '62, FOB THC BENEFIT or THE ST. PITER'S ORPHAN ASYLUM- BY TIIE CATHEDRAL CHOIR, Assisted ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS: nnrun HUT, McirT svbdats, it THE CINCINNATI FRESH COMPANY. TBFBKMT.. .JANUARYS Thi telegraph announces tht capture of tome notorioni rebels In Missouri. There are more of the lameiort la that locality who need attending to. A Battle Expected in Kentucky. A noot wu on the street thii worolng that there had been fight in Kentucky, which resulted disastrously to our troop. This report needs confirmation. A letter rewired from our correspondent with the rmy In Kentucky says that the pontoon bridge was finished over Green River, and that the troops were crossing, and a battle was expected not later than Saturday next It nay take place sooner; if so, our readers will find the particulars in the telegraph column on next page. England Not Satisfied. It is now stated that the English Govern ment is not yet satisfied. The release of Ma son and Slidell is not all that is wanted. The granite Bunk in Charleston harbor is said not to set well on the stomach of John Bull it hinder...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 January 1862

WANTED. WANTED T M M KDIATKLY-An x pei-fenr!. If GermQ DiuggUt. 011 t 4l i.tr.i. WANTBD-A BY-To driw ft waffon unl work In a grocery. OooA rfer.Tc roqnlml. Applf to J. IHitUUHOV, corner Ninth and Vin. pa-bj WANTKP-A Mjwho can command itr rf work to join In with one who hn Sii,gr'i lipwfng mnrhtnft Also, for rent, two pleaunt fnr nlnhpij rooms In fir, tnry. hent, $6 pr month. Arpif at 18 PaTid it., between John and Central ftvenne. do? b Aa clerk or m- br one who hae hud WANTKDA HTUATIOW latum bO(.kle'Dtr. br nim ral r expTlencw In bun I ma-.. No olier'i n tn go with a Butler. Adrirpt Box 1.114 Voatofflce. ljft?.bj WANTKD-A PLACK-ByagtrltodoRooklng, hmiHPWijik or baniherwork In a prtYt fam ily Beit city reference. lireo. Apply at 80 Kat J 1ft hut. j2 b VANTBD-A lad? having Sewlng-machini. T wiKhpH a itutttion In a private Umily, to run It on tHHoring work. The machine will atitoh b oth coarce anl fine tallora'lwnrk. Tli1fHyii tuiloi-tt-8 hf trade and understand her budirt wol1, Trfre...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 January 1862

mTTTS T A TT "V TI7 EVQ I' jLllli) JJ A lli X X I HOC?, ...JANUA1V 9 HOW TO RELISH A JULEP. "An jo a art that's tht 'Ann over by tht InortT" . "Certios;, nanny. Z eonld tell not pi pel Brost tht Missouri." 'Mndyoa wtUomhtal Vtrf" "Wsm't we, though t I tall yt, stranger, to tnrt at my namt is Ben Bltwer, that last tor fcar'l I hoTt In the furnace bat put j I it the mart chanot of fo ahesd Into ni to eat off the Fhme from tht pint yonder, or lend oar boat to king dom come." "Tht deTlireielaimtl a bystander, who, In tensely Intttweted In the raoe, was leaning tht thill against the parlltiont of the boiler room; Tvt ehosen a nice plaet to set tht fan, near Hits Infernal powder barrel 1" 'Not e bad as If yer was In HI" coolly bb'erred Den, at tht other walked rapidly "As ir nt wert in HI la what? In tht toiler t" "Certlngl Don't folks sometimes go into Jjil-rn, manny t" "I should think there'd bt other parts of tht fcot more comfortable." That's riftht pokin' fan at mt at onset lint wait...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 January 1862

THE DAILY PKESS Pwbliahed Krtir? M-rentngr, (svsnATS axon-na) HIE CINCINNATI PBESS CO. 0riCS--vrlie-i., on, eTsrosMOcn, CBS mwm4Tl Tmii.t PBKn. n.iiT.rel eubenritwrs la fnaeinnatt, OivlRstoa end t surroaadlna eitiM and tei, at TaM. Oentaj a WooK paiaplb mmi OAaaiaa. 5Vf"it?.T .?,l-8,n,,s on1"i. 9 .entst on a ajvmth, OOo.i three montha, 81 !5 1 ona fear, 93 AMUSEMENTS. T O O l N T H K A T li K. . V Corner Blxth end Vine streets. Wanaser, Geo. Wood j S'age Mannoer, O. H. Gilbert: Treasurer, U. X. Collins. Pairv s to Brtr tiii Timts. Dress Olrole and Par. queue, 3D oeata 1 ttallery, 19 cents. THIR (Friday) KVEN1NQ, January S,1Sfii, BENEFIT OF MR. JOSEPH FBOCTOB. Tragedy and 0rody. THE WABblOB CAPTIVE; 'R, Tni Kouli, tut Captivb, ma Exkcttionib. Cains 8111m. .. .... Mr. Proctor Grand Dance trmindoinolselle Aubrey, TUB HONEYMOON. Diika Aranra Mr. Proctor GRAND CLASSICAL SACRED CONCERT, TO BE GIVEN AT THE OATIIZIDnAIi, On Sunday Erciiing, Jan. 5, '62, rOB TBE BRNKPIT Or TUB ST. PITER'S OR...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. Fasa.ra n.T, (lent ItTKbars, t TnK CUKCINNATI FIEM COM PANT. PKlsvAY. JANUARY 3 The News—Rumors. The peopl are aiger for news from oar army, and no doubt would like to hear of a big fight. Bat when there ti no newi we prefer not to humbug the public with man factored aeneation rumor. We gare all the newi yesterday from the different parts of the country which was transmitted to this city by telegraph up to half past two o sleek P. 11. And we may add that wegWe in each Iseoe of the Prkm all the telegraph news that comes to this city up to that hour. When there is any reliable news it will be ruand in our columns; when there is not, we shall not impose upon the public with man afactured dispatches. The Kentucky Fight Rumors. As we eaid in our issue of yesterday, the many rumors afloat on the street, and pub. liehtd in the Evening Timet, stating, that a big fight bad taken place in Kentucky, were without foundation. Reliable information bae been receWed that no battle ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 January 1862

WANTED. WANT8," -mn Mil," "FOB bbmt. I f I PAT." "roVND," BOABDIHO," ea.-1da t0 Am Maes, artu ee faserisd awieaer md, WANTFD- 0IM. Ao-natomed to general housework, at No. US Broadwaf. bo loir Totirth. ja3-h mVATHn-B'TUATION-Aii elnk or as.lat. v v ant boo a;-keeper, hi a married man of eipa Vienna. Would not .object to goto the cnnntry, AddwM M. H. (J., this office. j3 b WANT I'D A few boarrlera ran bo arcMimo. dated clirao, to auir the times, at tha south Wt rornerof flfth-st. and Hrnadwav. i b MHS. UllOHaNAN. WANTED COPYING CLKBK Applicants will address. In their own wrltlnii. Loca tion THS, Poit-onioe, glriDg thutr addrnaa. J1b IOI'ND NECK LACK On Ilace St., a small - coral tocklnce, with gold clasp. The owner tan have It by calling at this office and paying lor this notice. a V trade a fsrsn of l,li acres in Marion Co., Tenn,. 640 acres undnr improvements; or a farm of 0 acres in Watua ?o , lnd., under fine Itnorove Tiienta; or a beautiful r1d nee in Richmond, lud. Ja3-b J. U. H...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS, FRIDAY.......................JANUARY 3 "WILL YOU BE THERE." ' flrjorjd tilts life of hopei and fears, BfTond thii world of grief and tears. There ia a region fair. Tt knowi o ehn(?e and no decay, No night, but oneunendino; day. 0 wi" you be there 7 Its. glorioui eatri are closed to ain ; KauRht that defilei can enter in To mar ita beauty rare; Upon that bright, eternal ahora, Barth'a bitter cnrae ia known no more. 0 lay, will yon be there ? No drooping form, no tearful eye, No boary head, no weary aigh ; - No pain, no grief, no care ; But jof which morula may not know Like a calm river, ever flow. 0 aay, will you be there ? Our Savior, once a mortal child, As mortal man, by man reviled, Tbere many crowns doth wear; While thousand thousandsswell the strain Of glory to the Lamb ODce alain I O say, will you be there ? Who shall be there T The lowly here All those who serve the Lord in fear, The world's proud mockery dare; Who by the Holy Spirit led, Rejoice the narrow ...

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