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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS Z'abliahed Ewrf Myenirigf, ' tvwvkn nom) 1IIE CINflHNATI PKESS CO. rricBvr - or. tArrrOM-BOVta. eIlB rn war WW ATT PalLTPBBfU!. 41l'r4 safceoriwrs 1u Cincinnati, Covington anl L arroandlna oIIIm and towns, at " TM. Cental a Wools. . , , - patajlb to n oAmaiia. fratca T Mati SlnirlB enplev, 3 eonta t on Baoith, ltc. three month, M I f one Fr, a,,! AMUSEMENTS. OI)B T It E A T K Corner Sixth an Vina streets. snager, Geo. Wood i Stage Mutineer, Q. H. Gilbert: Treasurer, U. T, Cellini. Pripif Tii rVtr ma Tims. Dress Cirolc and Par. Q.uett, 31 ceata j Gallery, IS cent. THIS (Friday) EVENING, January 10, 1MJ, BENEFIT OF MISS MAGGIE MITCHELL, Who will appear aa " Frederick of Prussia," In TBS YOUNG FRINGE, Miss 1 hlstlcdown " and ' Manila Macfarlaue," in TUB BONNIE FISHWIFE, And aa KATTY O'gHKIL. g MIT, II V K 1 XOHlg niLL, 11 ad. Anna Bishop. THE VOBLD-BENOWNED OANTATBICE, Will Give Two Grand Farewell Ma ical Festival. On Saturday, Jan. 11, 1S62. Oraiicl HMatin.ee, AT iH 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. — 10 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. rcnirsHSD bult, ixcipt irriDiTt), it rnK rowciNNATi ihiw company. FKIAY.. ..JANCARY 10 The Vexed Question of the Per Capita. 80 far aa the courts of this county are con cerned, the validity of the contract between the City Oonncil and the street railroad com panics, by the terms of which the latter are chargeable with a per capita amounting to one-fifth of their whole revenue, Is a ques tion now set at rest, the Superior Court to day having sustained the contract as within the provisions of the general railroad law under which the organization of the compa nies took place. General McClellan and Congress. We publish to-day, from the New York Post, the leading Republican paper in New York, a severe article on General McClellan, for his refusal to answer a resolution of the House, asking whether any steps have been taken to inquire who is responsible for the disaster at Ball's Bluff. General McClellan and Congress. Treasury Notes. Home fluttering was caused yesterday b...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 January 1862

WANTED. wast, roar MiR"r "roi iifr.i f iter,- -rovsD," bOabdisq," m.-.. HbTbIb i Mining mmitr Aese AeatNn not 0x04 WArTEI BOARD-A ronn lady nnU lort In a gontonl private family, where tliora re frw, or so nther boarders. Heferanrps a?iTnn ml required. Addrose, 8. M. N Box 1,8 it, Post. fflco. , julii-b WANTK D-A good Oonk-none other need nn. t...J Kutl-'"t oornor of Ninth una py earner. JalO b ,i a,,,..f . .iv" ....v -t T. 1: r uu"'u."" uuu.o, 1 a gooa locatic ?. '""""t nu business; will t"le it for s jniotf 1"1V.NT?I,TKAM8TRB8-" tenmstprs who " UHTe boetl Mrpil hw ma,, tn mnnrl 1 1, ..... ..1 ' , I'jj'yF Kliihle, on the south wnt ooronr of nth and Brcaniore-stri'ets, on Sutnrd'iv, tlm nth Itist., at soclirla A M R rtit.vit.n4 w. jilO-a TANTHp-A. OOOD GUIL-To go throe miles "J -linm the city, In Avon-lalo one who can onk, wish and Iron wall, and willing to make her Peir generally useful. Such a one will find a good find permanent home by applying to I, r. SMll'll, o. 10 kuet rifth-i...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 January 1862

THE DAILY PKKS3. IlAY .JAWPAKI 19 The Crab-Apples. A new Farce in one Short Act. As being performed with unabounded applause In two Hemispheres. DRAMATIS PERSONAE. Ifr John Bull puffy, quarrelsome old fellow. Mm. Columbia A respectable school teacher, recvntlj much affected by domes tic griefs. Master Wilkes One of her favorite scholars, a very spunky little boy; and others. Scrne A schoolroom. Mrs. Columbia is seated, surrounded by her scholars. Enter Mr. John Bull, (very abruptly and in tremendous excitement.) John Bull Oddsl Zounds and butter cups I ma'am; but I will av satisfaction for this ere hinsult. I re been pestered long henough by your boys, and 1 arn't a going to stand it no longer. Blow me tight lnf 1 don't hif I don't Mrs. C. Be calm, Mr. Bull; pray be seated; what is the matter, sir? John Bull The matter? Zounds I Why, this morning, as one of my young 'uns was coming 'ome, hup comes one 'o your saucy himps Vilks I think you calls 'im. Mrs. C. Master Wilkes, come here....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 January 1862

THE DAILT FBESS , , - , , -Pwbllnhed Uery Kretilna, ISUrlOArS tlCIPTUI ..i. i ' ... ' ' 1HE CINCINNATI TRESS CO. . orrica- timm tiiNi-icnt, CHI rrnffTtPtPJATT T)MT,TPKS hi delivered Nlmrllwn Id ntnotnnetl, Uovtnrtoa and aurroandlbg cltlM and towai, Xexi. Oent a Wooli ArAtra TO TBI OASalXB. Parol t Mav-Single copies, ,1 Rental ens wxnth. flOc.i throe months, r I 43 1 on vernr, .1 AMUSEMENTS. O O D S T II H A T H At. , v Corner Sixth and Viae street. Manager, Geo. Wood ; 8qe Winnger, 0. H.Ollbert; Troaaiirer, O. T. Collins. Prims to Hrrr Tim Tims. Prcm Circle and Par gnotto, ;io cente; Gallery, 13 ctnU. THI8 (Fattirdny) EVENING, January 11, 1PM, Mifs Maggie Mitchell I "Mathilda da Merle," Ilonrl St. Almo" au.l " Hamat Oermanly," fa The irrenoli ?iy. And ai " Margot," In Mar-got. Ilia Poultry-clonler. 53 turn- m The Great American Horse-tamor, MR. JOM S. RAREY ! Take p'eastiro In announcing ti too citizens of Cinclmati and vkinlty tLat ha will give TWO GRAND EXHIBITIONS ff his huma&...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 January 1862

THE DAILY MESS. MUl.ttBlD P1.I.T, CgrT t'4T, T , , Tim nmniiTi rnrnn company. PATURIMY.. .JAUUARY II Adams Express. We are under daily obligations to the pfDtlemanly pent of Adaml Express for late New York paper- S, C. aTkbidith hae our tbauks for repeated faror in the shape of late papers. Thanks. We bare received from Milton Payler, Ksq , Reprerentatire from this county, sev eral public documents of value for reference Ohio Banks to Suspend Specie Payments. We print elsewhere to-day the bill intro duced into the Legislature, authorizing the (.bio banks to suspend specie payments. Our intelligence from Columbus assures us that there is little doubt but the bill will pass. It is said Mr. Flogg is the only mem ber from this county opposed to it. Biloxi. This place, which the telegraph advises us li&s been taken t y General Butler, is situated on Biloii Bay, and commands the . railway communication between New Orleans and Mobile. By its occupation, our troops will be able to menac...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 January 1862

WANTED. wahtr," -ron-kalw," -rom mmbt, I oflr." -rovitD." aoinDiaar f.-jn. asiMmaiiisi oemiaf tndtr (Asm keaMmt. not aci. was Am Hues, il tm (-rUA (artesav- seats. Vi"TPO-A UMAt.L HOCSK-To the writ- WT Krn mt nt thi pllff. br I iniKll famllv with. cut children. R.nt not to ra'wl 110. AeMriw H. II,, City Post-office, for four days. jull-h WANTID-A noop COOK-At 1T Hr'. more it. (loo references reqalred None etber need arplv. jll-b WjIHTFD-TO LOAR-Abont f2,.l(10. for ono, two or thron yoarx.on city business prop., rty, unincumbered, nnd of thrice the value. Title unexceptionable, end ten per oent Interest, ptid iinaitetly. Audrrss LOAN. Press Office. jall-V WANTED By a tharrled and experienced lady, a situation aa Accouchement Nureo. f".al rricienccii given Call on Mrs. It. L,IT Vest Fsurth-st .Cincinnati. jalt-b VwrN'r''T,-tMvl'r,ATFLY-Tn ttood Artl v nrlal Flower-makers. Apply to 0. at. JAM. Si))v, VH West Fiftli-st. jall b' VNTUD HOABD-A yonnt lalv wanta v board in a genteel private...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 January 1862

THE DAILY ...J4KCARY 11 t . ' Advertised Letters. OFFICIAL LIST. rliir(T6 of on cn. Praoni calling fr then will plre Ixk preparM with th necenrrrhinijEa. Tfinmi mlllnf for thM letter will pIawmv thr-r ntv adverted, and gire numl-nr and dat of lint Ibe offlc will be open atlinlf-paot m-Yon A, M,, and clow at six P. M. BundaVri Oflk odco from nino A. M. to balf-ptut ten A. M. Saturday, January 11.—No. 2. LADIES' LIST. A Mary K AI-t;lP Mary A. Iff Nany W ArWby Harriet 3 Ho Sari.h Jf !Urr7 I A Ilrlrke'J It lbrmk S no vie liinnr l.wy il an Mar?aiet !'t mifi Wary J I urrlioll Y.ary J Hr. ..kft M i.ll if Itrndtord Maria faUr Bin: th J IIiitchMt Margaret T ilaaei J -tube la CoHiri T H .n eHna Lnry A Vyle Mar? J 2 Vox net y Alary fdjy Litme J 2 "y L A CHlluit4 n JMaiy i ok ai f O'hdlan Mary wl n Mri Jaa t'olon Bom loiUut Julia B Pu?fceMrp M litUiAou M illie lit-1 p)i i d Ami f-.ck Bif eaio Doiji b' e Mury J Gari He leu J Iittl'.a Julia VUtner llftrr Hckmtn &...r,aret Emery Mrs J TUM Vcto...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 13 January 1862

Tin? nATTv unraa Pabllahad ICvery Krenlnt, fsrKDATf iicirn) --IT- . 1HE CINCINNATI PRESS CO. . 1 i ovricB- T !-. i orp. errroB-aocsT, TBI mwfTTWWATI TMTLT PR Km hi dalL.na QbteriiMT In Cincinnati, OoTfartoa and . surrounding eiti. an town, m Tasx Oeut a WeeU t i w . . masts to m oamii. n-Wl ee-ples. 3 eentai on. oath, 80a. three month., ft) one year,.) AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S, T n B A T B K , Corner Sixth and Vice street.. ' Manager, Geo. Wood ; gt.ge Mirnwr, O. H. Gilbert: Treasurer, O. T. Collins. Pain, to Srrr Tn Tikks. Dress Circle and Par nelte, 30 oeats i Gallery, 15 null. TIIIS (MoadT) BVBN1N0, Ja.nary 13, IMS. Wonderful success of Mies Maggie Mitchell, Vho will appear on this occ.siou at " Princess Blancte," in the new Day of IOVK'8 TSLCQRATH. She will alio arpear as " Catherine," in A HUSBAND AT SIG11T, . Introducing Song and Polka, The Great Amerloan Horse-tamer, MR. JOILV S. RARE Y I Takes pleasure In announcing to the citizens of Cinclmatl and vicinity that he will give TWO G...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 13 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. rtrmnmu miit, iioipt scitBATS, ti TBI CINCINNATI FHENS COMPANY. MONO AT JAMAKT 1,1 Governor Tod's Message. We print in to-day's Psg tbe Inaugural Addreeg of Oororoar Tod, delirered before the Senate and Home of Representative! of Ohio, tbis day. Having received but one copy, and being compelled to aend that to the printers, in order to isane it to-day, we have not perused the document. We leave our readers to read and comment for themselves. Bank Suspension Bill Passed. The bill, as printed in the Tress on Satur day, authorizing the Ohio Banks to suspend specie payments, passed the House on Satur day afternoon. It is thought there is no doubt but it will become a law. Supreme Court. a now Congress to change the organization of the Supreme Court. It is announced y Washington letter-writers, and ol course must be true, that if the bill becomes a law, Hon. Caleb B. Smith of the Cabinet, and 0. H. Browning, of Illinois, and Joa. Holt, of Kentucky, will be three of tbe 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. — 13 January 1862

WANTED. W4STS,- "fM-Mtf," -WOM MUMT,- I VBT." - fOOSD," BOABDINQ," t.-A4. a skmrMiaaj semftaf wvUr laaes aaarMaai, aof mom4i An Maes, HU bt lasartsd timfm )t earns. WANTK-WT-IT8J-P,rt.t1r bnalthr, . to ro to Ooll'M Hill. Apr.l.l areniiih' t.. between Central-av anil .lohn.st , bniwen A nd In the morniug "nil 1 and 2 In the alterooon. jalS- b J WAr,T,D.TT0 -""J-Bra reapon.ll.lemen, . a small """"iM.tlirMor four rooms autre. tl for hoiwekoop n j. Address, for on wwk, stat. Ing terms, etc., W . M,, this olllca. ,u h WANTED i -All to hf ar th dhlntererted tfstl JlJf,ln!. 1 h bfl tri things of jour Wonderful p.wers. but who would hare bslleved you ceuld bare recanted to mo bit whole h', line thj Quran or Sbebn (the half had never been told lirfore)? Such wi the enthusastlc remark ot a fU" 5 . Teitrta at the U1P8Y DOCTOR'S Ufflc, 161 i.ongworlh t., corner of Ontral-nT. He also added, aa ha left, I'll ernd the whole r-rl-tnent to you. "JV NTEn-BOARDIN'J - A evntlaman w'ehei vy to procure p...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 13 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. "Bat the Greatest of These is Charity" Aa Incident in tbe life of a young- man in this cltr came to our knowledge the other dy, which, from the spice of romance it con tains, as well as what a vast deal of good a slight bestowal of charity sometimes does, makes it wortfcy of record. At the young clerk and a friend were pass ing through Broad-street, one raw, chilly day in November, a few years ago, they saw standing- near the corner of India-street, as they turned to go down the wharf, a poor old woman, thinly clad in a calico dress, tat tered bonnet and shawl, holding' on her arm a email basket in which were a few uninvit ing apples which she vainly offered to the hurrjiDg pedestrians that parsed her.' Her stockinglesB feet thrust into old slippers, and a few threads of white hair scattered over ber forehead, she stood shivering1 in the keen searching; wind as onr two clerks drew near. "Poor old woman I" said one as he an proacbed tbe poor creature, and with a sud ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1862

TIIE DAILY" PKES3 T" S - tlllBlid ICvery Kvenln. A ,),! .Iiiiimti iicmn) IT nE ClNtTRRATI PRESS CO. orrrna- vtsi-sv.i oTsroii-aotisp, ! ' tii nTWtnRhn VAlLTpftKASi aiisred sabseHfcere In Otnnlnnstl, Oorlartoa end fnrronadlng etttes end tew as, at Teja. Os.ts , ' WooU hvasisi to nituin. . . Mm 8lnl copies, 3 sentai Cue ta.1l one year,i,i Faros t avsth. ftOn.i thro monies, 1 AMUSEMENTS. OOP'", THKAT Corner Sixth and Vine streets. ft at Manager, 00. Wood ; 8'age Manne-er, 0. B. Gilbert) Treasurer, O. T. Cellini. Prick to Brrr Tnr Tran-Pwi Circle aid Par aette, 3 V oeate Gallery, 1 3 cent. THIS (Tuesday) KTBN1N0, January II, IMS, Miss Maggie Mitchell IN TIN CIIAhAOTKBS. Two Plays : S4TAN IN PABU A!n r THB FOV'R 8IHTKB8 ' TUB 1'ItICKBTI THB CBIOKITI THE ' CRICKET I to-morrow, for the last time. mwiNniFii,. IN n I UTTKKIl QUAINT AND OUIZZtOAt, ITnOLLEKIKS. Selections from the following Programme. Bntire Ibanaeof Programme ea h evening AT fcMUU A MX'iNS HALL,, ON MONDAT KUMnu, Jin. II. Hro...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1862

THE DAILY rilESS. - pniLsms AttT, SxCtrr loireiTl, T HK CINCIWf ATI FRK9S COMPANY. TtmlPAT JANUARY 14 of of The Burnside Expedition. ! ' Tks telegraph tells os that the lint, blow 1 bf th!s expedition Is to be felt at Roanoke Island. Othtt points Will not be forgotten. See telegraph col n m n . 1 1 at Secretary Cameron's Resignation. It U a qnestion often repeated, whether the recent visit of a large nnrnber of Ken tucklans to Washington had any thing to do with Secretary Cameron'i resignation. It ia thought the pressure was verj heavy against him from that State. News Expected. The eailiDg of the Burnside Expedition, and the movement of the gunboats -with a large number ot troops from Cairo, indicate that something is to be done. It may be that the telegraph to day will give as some intel ligence from the army In Kentucky. At prefect writing, we hare not received onr afternoon dispatches. It is confidently be lieved that the present month will not go oat Without something decisive ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1862

WANTED. W4BTH," " FOB' HALF," "fOI MBST,- IftBT," "FOUND," ' JBMSDi" t.-A. ess tknmmk essiteg under lasas hMnf, not emeeatm , mm free Ease, will W last Hi meffer 9 in, WANTED TO PUROHASK An in'ereat lhalfor less) In a fancy dry goods or trim Win store, by a lawlr we n devote ber whole sitae to tha buaineea. Address M. I)., this offlee. VA',Tn-A 00"D GIBMAN GtBb 'Vho IT car speak English, to do hnnsawerk In ft mull family. None but one coming well recom. mende neni eppiy. ini)nlre at the stove store, corner of elfth eed Klm-sts. jall-b WANTKII-A LADY Who has sewing me rliine,n4 cn command plenty of tailoring work, anil board la the family. A pelf at No. QH liiehmond-st., between Central-av. and num. jail b'l w v e-nod IMMEDIATELY Tw.ntT-flve Teamsters, to bo to KentnokY to drive i.nTernmi'Tii w-ngons wages an D' r mnntn. AP tu at BstiKDlliT'd, Dear Wood s Theater jaU-b R BlcCORMtCK. Y t ffk-e. . will every "VA!TKD-A NDKSE-OIIIL-A lady boarder w v wl'hee a nwse-gtrl. One would ne prei...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 14 January 1862

Xlli'j JJAlLlX I ULOOi j 11 TUB BAY JANUARY i Dressing and Packing Poultry. - Keter kill a bird unless It Is fat. Neter cut, oS the bead of a turkey or goose, but bang Uiem bj the beels where they can not bruise tbemselTes in the death strugglo, and tick them with a small knife and bleed then M death. Pocks and common fowls, if decapitated, should be held or tied up to Meed to death. Never kill your birds with foil crops you will lose in jirlce more than, yon will gain in weight. Never strangle them, S as to leave the blood in. The best plan is to tie all kinds of birds to a line drawn from post to post, or tree to tree, and etick them Just in the forward end of the neck. Yon may piok all sorts of birds dry, if yon don't tear the skin, but you must scald them afterward by dipping them in and oat cf boiling water. Don't scald the legs too much, whether you pick first or afterward. Be careful of that. Yon must pick them clean, and the after-scalding makes them look plump and good. Nev...

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. — 15 January 1862

THE DAILY .PRESS it- . .... . . . i Fbliahed Enrr Bw-eniiiaT, .'''" (foaBATi axearme) : , , . THIS CINCIKNATI PBE8S CO. mm-Tiimi or, everan-aeusr. mwrnwUTI tjatt.t nam a. uinni . ,, . avaBewnwwinjineinonti, oortnrtoaead ' 1 tarroaadlng MUM ant tewa. ""M. Oeuta WeoI& VATAILI TO nl CUIIIb' Paws T Mail Hind copies. 3 ! on , Savnth, SOo.l three mnnthi, j 1 i on roar, , AMUSEMENTS. w e Q D T H K A T Cornet Sixth aod Vino streets. Manager, Geo. Wood ; Stage Manacer, 0. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, 0. T. Cellfoa. Pnicri) to Sorr Tn Tun.-T)raaa Olrolo and Par. gaette, SO mate Gallery, 13 sente. THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, Jan. IS, ISM, Last tlma thli aaaaon of Miss Maggie Mitchell to tier admired representation of . Fanchon ; or, The Cricket. .a ini t m U II K K H. QUAINT ANDQUI.ZIOAL P iO LLC KI US. (J1IA1NT ANfiOl PHecUtmttf pom the foil owing Proffrmmme. fiatira AT MXuNS BALL, ON MONDAY EVENING, JAN. IS. Bcotf4i. Irish, French, Dutch, Yankee and other Ntw DnioD Drbattnff Society of Arkanaaa....

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. — 15 January 1862

TAB DAILY PRESS. .. rveiianse a-titr, nam iowham, t TBE CINCINNATI PKKM COMPANY. WKDNDT. . lAnllAkt IS Secretary Chase. . , . Another Washington on dit li that Hon : S. P. C'bsrt deal ret to retire front the Cab- inet nd take placa ia tha United SUtet - Gen. Sigel Not Resigned. It i now announced tbat Gen. Sif?ei has not end will not resign his Brigadiershlp. Gen. S. la considered one of the most com petent aad efficient commanders in the service, and bis resignation would be great lots at this time. Franking Privilege Abolished. The House of Representatives yesterday passed a bill aboliBhiop; the franking priv ilege heretofore enjoyed by members of Con gress and others." It is hoped the bill will become a law. The rote was one hundred and teren for and forty-two against the bill. Congress Yesterday. The proceedings in Congress yesterday, as reported by telegraph, are of an interesting, though not of a highly Important character. Considerable sparring took place in the Sen ate, 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. — 15 January 1862

WANTED. WAtTa, roar " r. t i-oer." wovsd," moabdivq, sta.--. tnp nee Km. wffl is Inlays as.r wo. w 1 ill 1 r.',Xir AlTttT-A HA CHAWI! The entire . w T alack end fixtnra of null mllllnart bona-, doing ft -vd business and In a, good lorattnn, to sjethsr with a , quantltv of tins watottes and Jew. e ry, and a blf-"eolon of choice lend In loa. A portion, or all, of the above will ha exchatigxl for ally or inonrhan pntpfr-y (in fa simple), or In a onnty-eoat nsar Cincinnati j.m-d J ) HAOOyirR, T Waat Third -at. IXClrTANOrJ - Two vacant WANTFn-IO WW Lota Itl a ffoott lnnitlnn In thla i.H. f.iff -Western lands. Aha a stock of UooJs for Co fin. NuVER. y Waat Thlrd-st. WANTPTI-A TOTJNO MAN Who oan writ a frond hand and to mk. htmsolf general y ttsnful. Apply at 3 Eaat Klfth-st. ja'-b on or export property jnl-b i. C HA No WASTFD-TO BXST-A car tit for the am. hr type and photograph business. Mut ' In frond order. Address. giving full particulars, .f. H M., Pees. OfTVre. Juts b WANTn-TlfM8TfRS...

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. — 15 January 1862

THIS DAILY' PRESS. ! ..JAMTJAKY IS THE BLACK WITCH. "A witch," aooording to my nurse's ao. count, "must be a haggard old women, lir ing in ft little rotten cottage under a bill by wood-side, and must be frequently spin ning by tbe door; she must bare a black cat, two or tbree broom sticks, and must be herself of so dry a nature, tbat if you fling Ler into a rirer (be will not sink : so hard then is ber fate, tbat if she in to undergo the trial, if she does not drown she must be burnt, as many have been within the mem ory of man." ROUND ABOUT OUR COAL FIRE. Tn a basiling New England village there lited, not many years ago, a poor, infirm, deformed little old woman, who was known to the middle, aged people there and therea bout as "Aunt Hannah." The younger members of the little community had added another and' very odious title to tbe 'Aunt" tbey called her "Aunt Hannah, the Blaok Witch." Not that she was of ne gro blood. Her pale, pinched and patient face was as white as tbe face of...

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