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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 January 1862

THE DAILY. I'll ESS , (BUHBATg IMBW) ' ' 1HE CINC15ATI TRESS CO. orrics- vtirn-sv-i off. everon-HOusa, THE rawmMitl WaTTt PB8 Hi Sell-rare abanrilMrtln Olnotnnatf, OnnnrtoasBf 1 surrnandlug oltl.l and awe Tail Oent m, Wook FAY1ILS M TBI OABtllB. Fates T Mill Sinai enpte., S esnts en. w-Mh. (inc. three months, HI i!t on rear, S I AMUSEMENTS. T O O D THKATKIfc Comer Sixth and Tine streete. Manager, Geo. Wood ; S'ase Manager, 0. II. Ollbert; Treasurer, O. t. Collins. Patrv. to Burr tub Tiwi.. Pre. Circle and Far Hiette, 30 cente Uallera, 13 cents. TT1TR rSitnrrley) KVJTNliVQ, JuTtinry 4. IMf, LAST MtiH r OF VTt. JIHKI'll Pw(K)T(j. OH). TUR ARSOHEi OK TYRE. Mr. Frrctor M 3lo P"S Peril Mademoiselle Auhrey Pong- I'd house to bes daisr Mrp. N. Kn.i brotrh Pence Mia. Sttlla Maaon Toonncluie with tie Farce e tiled TUB HoBH.lt!! OF TUB HltATH. Monday, January nrt night of Mias ilAQOIB SUICHKLL. g M I T H NIXOIt'8 II A la In Idad. Anna Bishop, TIIK WOHoDKENOWNED CANTATBICB, Who, alnce Jnr appe...

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

THE DAILY PKESS. rmim aanT, axcai-r sdwsatc, it : rns cifrciNPUTi pbf con pah y. ATUHDAT JANUARY In the Ranks Again. Our old Head and fellow-laborer in the editorial racks, Colonel Sam Pike, has turned op again. He bag purchased the Hillsborough Gate tie, and announces that he ii now permanently located. Colonel Pike wields a facile and vigorous pen, and gets np a good paper. We trust he has now found the right spot, and will soon gather about him enough of the world's goods to render him comfortable and happy in declining years. You have our best wishes for success, Colonel. In Our Country Able to Maintain a Long In Our Country Able to Maintain a Long War? There are not a few who believe that the present war will be a protracted one. This opinion appears to prevail to some extent abroad, as well as at home; and if such is to be the esse, the question arises, are we able to maintain a war for a series of y ears? The New Yoik Commircial Advertiter, in consid ering the matter, says 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. — 4 January 1862

WANTED. wjstb," ro KAim." -ron mwht," f I OUT," "FOUND," BOARDING," eU,-i. aerrsiiimisti easslief neater lasse leadfe, not sessssla ea ee Hues, fill Se lasernS MxAriUmt, .mVANTBn-FlT or six jood Dining-room 1 vv Boys tor flrst-olas hotel In the conntrr. ftplT thin evenlng.et JH o'clock, nt th Walnut-at, louse Ornoe. Good n-fernnee required. XV A WT B -I M Dl A T I.T-Two if lu-nuiri, anpire makers. 4 pplr t 908 Centref-av. UM-b' J WANTM-TWO GOOD COOPRBB-To (TO a ww ehort iiistano into the eottntrr. Stevir work during tbe lntr Apply at 100 Syturmre Jtreet. from a to So olock V. JB., tbla day, 4th, or S to 10 . M on Monday, nth. XVAITrn-Fonr experienced Shirt-makers v will find employment t the Boston Shirt J"!orZ' J,,?,s,xlh between Vine nd Rtct chlo Medical College Bnlldlng). jas-b TITIHTED-A OIHL AcMistotnei) to general Tv housework, at Mo. 118 Brotvdway. below Tourth. ja3b VANTBnBI'I'DATl0N-A" s'"k r assist 1 ant tmok-keeper, by a married man of ezpe Hence. Would not objeo to go 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. — 4 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. SATURDAY.........................JANUARY 4 Advertised Letters. OFFICIAL LIST. "All letters df ortised era subject to aa extra charge of one rent. Persons railing for them will please be prepared with the neressarychance. Persons railing for these letten will please say they arv advertised, and give nmntwr and date or hat SHJ Thenfllce will be open at half-past seven A. M., and close at six P.M. Sundays Oflloe open frum nine' A. M. to half-pant tan A. M Ortteredto hrwh-trtwd in the CiaWniwri Daii.T Parss, agreeably to the foHoteing sarfina of the nee Pontalhce Law, ae the netomaptr karinf the large etrmiaiion of anv paper jmblv(l tn fincinnoJi : Kic.fl. And tie it further enacted: That Tjfnta of Letters remaining uncalled for In any Poatoince In any city, town or village, where a newspaper ehall be printed, eball hereafter he published onra only in the newspaper which, being issued weekly or ofteoer, shall here the largest circulation within the rsnffe of delivery uf...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 6 January 1862

THE DAILY PKESS X'ttbllahed Krtrr JCvenlng, IsusnAvs Bioa-fSB) IDE CINCINNATI TKESS CO. mci-inMtH or. tmtTOM-Bacfi. THE mwmW4TT BAILTPBBW It d.tlT.red abtoHtxra In Otnolnnatl, Oovlarton aa t sarroandlng eltloa ul tew as at "To--at Oeaa.t a Week PATABU TO TBI OASaiEB. Bev-iin., SQg; three months, HI , on year, ft.1! AMUSEMENTS. M , D ' T II K A T Corner Sixth and Vine streets. Manager, Geo. Wood stone Manairer. O. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, O. T. Uelllns. Paters to Sim Tin TttiK. Drees Circle ami Far ' viotlo, 8U cob i ; (jallery, 15 null. TTTTS (Monday) EVBNlrJQ, January 6, ISM, Ural .night of the charming actress, MISS MAUOIF, HITOniLL, "Who will appear ai FANCHON, In the admired I)raraa of OR, TtHM OKtOICKT. guinn v w i xo n s miiL, -Mad. Anna Bishop, TBI "WOBLD-B.ENOWNED GANTATBICIi, M ho, line asr appesrance In ths United States, baa made the circuit of the globe, be ga to announce ONE GRAND CONCERT, On Tuesday Evening. January 7. Madam Anna Bishop will be assisted by MR. KOWARD SBU...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 6 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. TeninnA DiiiT, ixoipt f tmin, it THE CINCINNATI FR.BS9 COMPANY. MODBAV.. .JANUAKT Ohio Legislature. oar readers to th telegraphic reports of the or ganisation (In caucus) of the two hoates. It appears the utmost harmony does not exist between the Democrat and Republican "Union" members. State Bank of Ohio. At a meeting of the Board of Control of the State Bank, held in Colambnf, on Friday, it was determined that the branches would maintain specie payment. This is in accord ance with the previous history of the State Bank in like cases, and will still further in ' create the confidence reposed in it by the people. Left Out in the Cold. regret our D. Caldwell failed in his aspirations for the Clerkship of the Bouse. The caucus nomin ated a Republican for Speaker, and of count a Democrat must be taken for the next high est office. And thus Mr. C. failed in securing a position he is so admirably well qualified to fill. We trust he will have better luck nest time. More 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. — 6 January 1862

WANTED. Wasth," -rom mlk," "torn ft !," I IOBT," "FOUND," MOABDIKG," ete.-A twMumtmU eseilm wader Oum sale ro KM4 U U imtmrfi lift IM VAIITID-THI OIFHKY DDOrOH-WinU ' ell who ere sick or wish to learn of their pres. nt end fotnre prnepeets in life, to cull at let Lon-worth-t , first door west of Uentralev. Consulta tion fee Ledic-a, cts-t Oentiatnen, Hi on. jarl-be XlT'JI1,TItr--I wish to toll ont my stock end business, M I a to obl'iad to leave the city. 1 have a good stand ftnd in doing ft good cash fcnsir.es. which will be readily seen. A ruh cu lm of two or tno only required. Address K II., font-office, Cincinnati. jaS I XVNTEn - IMMEDIATFLT Fifty Team. Yv Mori to go with me to Louisville, Kr. Good wanes will be paid to good hands and found. Apply toN. K. SNOOK, smith wont corner Fifth nd Syo nmore. fjsS.a'l K. BTtTHRNH, Train-matter. ANTBO-IMfce'DlATBLY-Two good col- lar makers. Apply at 'AOS uentrai-av. IjM-b' WAHTFFi - Four experienced Shlrt-makora will find employment at the...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 6 January 1862

-DAILY PRESS. THE DA" ..JANDAKT [...] All the Year Round.] [...] OF THE SOUTH. [...] IN KENTUCKY. Thli boflr conToi'" lient is th gre reader, to th. t. i-i appear the utmo8t ional quid of CoKe upon Lutle bAwen the Diving read yourself into a slate "Union" membyou can take a walk or a gallop Tick; or, if disposed to waste your can do so by devoting an hour to At a meetifetty majj 0P charming widow, tak the State Xare not to commit yourself unneces9ar it was dc In tliis way I carried through my first maintrcar at Barrington, a large town in Ken ncf tucky, where I chanced to settle. For the p. first week I turned my head sharply when (he door of my office opened, expecting to see a client. My nerves had ample time to become tranquil, however, and after a few months I was so accustomed to solitude that I should have regarded an actual litigant, fee in hand, as a being for whom the sexton would presently come with a habeas cor pus. The only person who commiserated me was the faithful Jak...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 January 1862

sun? nAnv nt i?oo JLXXXA UJ.VJ.XJ X i At-UJOO XwbUsihfd Ifitrerr Kveninir, ( UTTHBATi IIOSITBS) IDE CINCIBNAli PBESS CO. ovrica- vis-s- err. trcrros-sousB. CHC rnwrrrWWAT' TJAM.VPHKMat. fifUnrti smbeoribeve l Cincinnati, Oovtsrrtoa eat I . . ssrroandlns cities and town. at . ' ' TeWML OOKLtras A WOOS. riTtni ro tsi oaaatxa, -TfVIJ. onpl, .1 cents on. "atn, IMw-t throe monthii, Rl -iJli one year,, AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S TktRATKK, Coiner Sixth ml Vlue streets. t!nser,Oeo. Wood ; 8-ntre Mrmnnnr.O.H. Gilbert; Treasurer, O. T. Collins. . rnicrs to Burr tnr. Tifccs.-Dresi Circle ni l'r. Cuette, 30 coats i Gallery, 13 cents. THIS (Tir..lay EVENING. January 7, 1.-C2, Sec 11 d night f the charming artrcss, M'SS MAGGIE MITCHELL, Who will erpoar ta FANCHON, Id the Imireil Drama ol xajx cixorv, O , THK CBICKKT. gMITD tb W I X O ft 8 HALL. Mad. Anna Bishop, THB WOBLD-ltENOWNED CANTATBICE, B M La, since her appearance In the United States, uaa made Hi circuit of the globe, begs to anuouoce ONE GRAND ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. M nHiimi ilt, ixotrr iCKiiTf, it . TUB fnONrATI COMPANY. TUESDAY.............................JANUARY 7 A Battle Expected at Romney. are tbat there will lie warm work shortly at or near Romnay, Va. Absent officer and soldier have bean or dered to report themselves at once and join their companies at that place. It is the general belief that there will be a battle soon in that quarter. Gen. McClellan's Health. The telegraph announces that General McClellan has so far recovered from his re cent Ulnees as to be able to ride out In his carriage. Tlie General's illooss was so serious at one time a to cause speculation as to his successor s Commander of the Army. Who Told the Army Secrets? biendivnlpid that the rebels ob tained their information in renrd to the movements of our troops and the doings of our Generals in Washington, through a daughter of a "hifjh official" in 'Washington. The Government accrete were talked of at the tea-table, and were communicated by the you...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 January 1862

WANTED. "i'VANTBO-RlTOATION-A worrletl lailf who baa juat lost tier h-ativ, rlasiras a jprcetiion a vatmrsa. Applf t 4T WlDut it. Heloronc.-s flvan. ja?-h WANTKTI-TO MCHAtfrjg-A mortco nuts of w tbr ahouaaand lot In thii . It v. and will pv II ' " 2,ikii In cash. A. D. !' M V. riAnji, at will un'i m. ra .n- lVNTKD-i OOflD OIRIi-To do eoral WW hoiisnwork. Apply at 111 7 kichmond-al.. tit Iwsea norma aim l nitfr. i7- raT ANTED-A 0 1 B do smeral lions. T wotk- Uhb preferred. lu,,uhe at 10 Blr-broonri at. ja7-b VNTH)-A rlKST-atAS MAt'llINB . HANI) -To work un coats witn Sinner's ae. Ing machine,; alao.anian as praaarr. Anplvst J.I Jtat l'earl-st., beiwoen Main find Bycamortf. ja7-b WANTFD-Twn slngla eentltmen can find a nunfortanla room, ni elv (urnl'tioil. and ward, in a pritnre Iamiy. Torma lor tarn, fe'7 .r -vrmik, pas anil Hit lDnliiil!, RefY'rence ro.iulrcd. a.'all at T r-inth st , nm wMmit. ja7-t)Tul'n WAMTCD-l fMTtJATlON-Ai ra1t.s.man, bf a yoiinp lady of cn ' Ipralile fimi U-q'-...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. TUESDAY............................... JANUARY 7 [From all the Year Round.] A STORY OF THE SOUTH. LOVE IN KENTUCKY. And who wag Mauley? I asked a nuin- ter of percons, eccli of whom answered in ! liis own wy 01 ininauig. no one c-.n give a correct idea of another; by two or three observations, as in trigonometry, you can obtain tho data and compute the elements. Mnnley was the son of a wagon-maker in Inrrington, "poor but honest," (as the dam aging phrase is,) who had brought up a nu merous family, feared God and obeyed the laws. The eldest son was of medium hight, but looked puny beside the tall men who are reared in Kentucky. lie was shapely nnd ercn graceful, but slender in figure and retiring in manner. While other young men hunted or reveled he read and studied, un til his complexion became singularly deli cate for that scorching climate. When he w as described to me, I well remembered his large blue eyes, full of intelligence and sen sibility, and so shy witha...

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. — 8 January 1862

TUE DAILY PRESS rSVSvAVS XX COT aa J ' SHE CINC1SNATI FEESS CO. orrica- viuu-ev., or, ererrow-nouri. IHE irnnnnkTi valtpbwi delivered sabeorlVrlnOtsi-1nnetl,(JTtatonea , I nnouuiii allies and mi. at Ten Oontw X77"oolJt 'AVAILS TO rat CAHStra. Pawl T MAm Nlng!e copies, HI tents; mi evonth. SOct three months, 1k Urit one year, H AMUSEMENTS. V OOf)H TflRAT V Corner Sixth Vine itmti, K It Manager, Geo. Wood i Stairs Mnttairer, 0. H. Ollbort; ireasurer, u. a. uoiiinx. Pricis to Burr TBI Tmtts. Dress Olrcle and Par- uelle, 34) ecu Is ( Uallorv, ja uuu, THIS. (We'tnwlayl RVICNINO. .Tannery S, m, x -uiu nignt 01 me cnarmtni: actress, . MISS MAUlllD MI1CQIM, Who will arpcar as KANCHON, in the admired urania 01 IT'.A.IV O HON, , THE CniCKKT. STfAMOKE- ,re ejin ha seen OTer StO.OOO diflVrelit Cnrionitipi in th. i:tmn hmlfl. I11K t Wax 8'atuary i.f tlio most prominent p-jrsons tun. ntai ii.w ,nii'llll IUV U'l'.UWJ. .liv ing Wonders the African Hon Oomtiii-tor, S7 font in length, weighing 8H5 po...

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. — 8 January 1862

THE DiULY PKESS. MM ntnitan ii.v, txeirt itmruvi, it TIIF riKCISJIATI PRS9 CO.IPANY. V, Ml0.tl .JANUARY S The Weekly Press Tbe IottA Weekly Pbfss for Januiry 9 U now rr 81)7, nod maybe bad at the coun ter, ready for mailinp, at tbree cents per copy. The VTerkly Trsss Is a well filled sheet, containing tbitty-two columns of choice literature, telegraph news, city intelli gence, tbe maikets, fcc, Ac No bettor paper can bo found to send to distant friends. A Little Fight sear Romney. Tbe telegraph advueg us of a skirmish letveen the Fifth Ohio Regiment, Colonel Dunnirjfr, and two thousand rebels, in which our troops were completely victorious. See telrgiaph report. From Romney. The latest advices from Romney, Virginia, state that there are now seven thousand troops at that point, and more expected. Included in these are (is companies of cav alry and two of artillery. General Rose crang is looked for daily. As soon as he arrives, it is thought there will be an advance. Advertise Lost Ar...

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. — 8 January 1862

WANTED. wasts," -roM- HAit," -worn mmkt," f (UV2," nr0VSD,-. B0iBDiaO,n ete.-Ad. aSneueaas oaiej'in amitar tAass Saod.. Ml In AVe Kmd, vill bs (aaertad t"iatSr 'i sswsi. WANTftD-BITliATinN-A jnnng msn. who writes a good band, nd who hil a nraeticiil knowledge of booh keplnir, desires position in 1 rone where, bj rooted, rteet rr . by energy, ue ran in rime 1(0 pro- tnnttd. Tiest of references giveu. Address W. B., core of reee Ornoe, J a." d V V WOVK - -OnOWhs mil rnmn tvnll t nnmmnniU Apply immediately at the norih.wont corner of I'luin and Perry-sts,- entrance on Ferry. Js-b WANTKp-A aim, -To do homework Tor a family living on Vlne-it. bill, within (ho jut limits. Apply at 77i vine-at for dirootlons tnlie plro. a aoman with oh i Id between iwj nd funr mil old mm mnr, jas h' rANTKD- LADY-to hoard where there ' are 1,0 "'her boarders. Hue c.tn be aocom- inoueira wirii a pleasant front room. Inan rei the store, Hits Filth at , between (Jontral-uv. and iteierctico required jas-b "MTAN...

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. — 8 January 1862

TUB PAJLYFRBS8. WfeliNEPIrAY , January 8 [From All the Year Round] A STORY OF THE SOUTH. LOVE IN KENTUCKY. Toor Mntilo.v was In a tad dilemna. Tho fllinme and mortification of the affair wero quite enough, witl'uut the slinging taunts of his comj'union. He saw how he had beon pulled and swindled, and, but for hia word, he would have risked his life in the attempt to recover his hrido. No man becomes so recklesBl.v brave as a man of a delicate, sen sitive, cowardly nature, stung to madness, or turned to bay in despair. .1 In every town of Kentucky thero is a sot of gentlemanly loafers, who in pleasant weather sit on chairs ft-tilt at the street cor ners under the trees, moving round with tho thsdowof the day. When it is cool they con gregate in lawyers' oflices, groceries, bar rooms, the clerk's office, or wherever their company's relcome. Quids of tobacco and home made cigars are their solace, whittling cedar sticks is their ostensible employment, ntd telling stories and playing pra...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 January 1862

THE DAILY FKESS JLblihjd Hirerr IC'venins, ttvwDATi xmnm 1UE CINCINNATI FRESS CO. Orrti.- vrws-rv., or, evnon-aoun. fHE ntmrtWTT flAlLTPRRKSfci delivered. whaaHbera In Cincinnati. Ikwl.riA. ..a I: mbsoribere In Cincinnati, Oovisrtoa - - u niwni, Vmax Oext n Woelv f AVAILS. TO OAklllB. ZT.'JW, "'-'nsl oetee, 3 cental on. with, Stn j tlnee month., t I 'A.S i one year, Sf.1 AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S T H It A T I R Coiner fililh and Vino atreeta. ' Manager, Ooo. Wood ; Stairs Manager, 0. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, U. T. Ollina. Pmcts to Prrr tiif Tihk.. Drrxa Oirole and Pur. (nette, 30 cent. ; tiallery, 13 cents. THIS (Thursday) KVENINO, January 9, ISM, LAST TI MB OK MISS MAGGIE MITCHELL, As FANCnON, In th admired Drama of FANOHOIV, OR THM OIIICKKT. iTt,,'.'.n,i.fT.,"u'' BKSKKIT OF MISS MAGGIE w STREET, near Thlrd-where can be neon over 3f(i,i(si different Ciirlusllle. In the same limld lug; Wax Wat nary ef the limit promlnout persons that ever lived : Seen, of all the Into Uatttni. I.iv. jng Woni...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 January 1862

THE RALLY PIIESS. nrsirsnss baiit, ixcipt it uoatj, it TnK nKriNNATI PRESS company. THt HWDAT ...JANITAKY 9 "On to New Orleans.'' A dispatch from Cairo states that 25,009 additional troops are on their way to that point, and as soon as they arrive, a force of CQ.000 to 75,000 will march from there and Paducah, under General Grant, for Nashville, vtheie it is proposed to form a junction with General Buel, when the entire army will proceed to New Orleans. It is hoped the " grand movement" has commenced. A Desperate Fight Expected. When the long-expected battle does take place on Green River, Kentucky, it will no doubt be a bloody and hotly-coutested one. A correspondent, writing from that locality a few days since, says: "We are now hourly expecting the conflict, and if we ara beaten, God help us I The traitors are well armed, and have a two-fold purpose in fighting haired to all law, and the ear of the rope TLey will fight with the desperation and en ergy of despair." General Lane's ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 January 1862

WANTED. WAtTF," " TOM' KALW," -FOB MMHT," t 106T," " fOCSD," MOABDISO," H.-A. afcsiiMiiss sewil tauter laass heaiinfy aoi swede tmf fin Maes. wiUUto4Tf y rim for a whU. W" JIN TF n-COUftTER H -Foor or Aw second, tisnd modern Counters, for a nrt-olas Hrr ST'XXs store. "" Lock.hoiTI, P. O. js-b WATtrvp-k BITDATION-B7 a eonne; mtn (a mechanic), In some store. Is a gind r.. n mun, end not afraid to work. Oood references will t tlTV,,,i' ''"."'red. Addrese J. M., No. 116 Lork-st., Cincinnati. j(l-b WANTFD-A OOrYIST-Mnstwrlta a rapid and at the nnt time legible hand, anil on. flerstend punctuation. The applicant mint epplr In . 0n nanilwrlilng. AddreM Box 1,974. Cin cinnati Post-oiBco. jao-b" TVNTKB-HA,,N,tHS MAKKB8-A few Jnnrneyoian barm's makers can find am Horineiit at J V. UOSLINU'S, corner of Sixth nd Hycamore-sta. ja9.h WANTED-I MMKDIATKI, T-Two Rood shef t Iron workers, at No 4:i1 Central ar., Bear Cheat nut jn9-lil JOHN HITCUKLL. WANTED-A PARTNER With S?,M0, to en Rage In mining 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. — 9 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. T HUBS BAT..- JANUARY ft BEAUTY. The fovelieit ye U that of faith, Which upward Jooki to God; Tbe neatest foot if tbnt which hai The path of rirtne trod. Tbe gwtelMt lipi nra thoso that no'cr A word of guile hare spoken; Tbe richest voice i tbat of prayer, One ne'er tow Iim broken. Tbe prettiest ub.t hat which Time II aa silvered o'er with gray, Or coren o'er an honest head Its btautiel ne'er decayed. Tbe fairest hand is one that oft In deeds of kindness given; Tbe purest heart is one that Christ Has sanctified for Heaven. With True, the pretty Quakeress I foil in love who wouldn't ? I gently pressed her for a kiss, Dut True thought 'twasn't prudent. What if by force I take it then ? I whierered, still persistent, She sialic J, " 'twill bo quite crnel, when You know I'm non-resistant." THE GRANARY. A TALE WHICH EVERY PERSON WILL READ. "Whoso resdeth, let blm nndeistand." "Jonathan llardwork, having purohased uu extensive farm, and provided himself with every thing r...

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