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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS Xblibed Krtrr "renina, (SDRDATS BXOBrTB) inE C1NCISNATI TBESS CO. orrici- vim-tr., w. cM-ofi. (HI miomlATT nAiXTPBtB h) d.Mv.red mbsorihsre In Olnelnnstl, tjovlartoa mi surrounding ltM and sewn.. t T Owa a Vv oels. rATA.lB to na 0A1BU1, Pate t ItArt -"Intls rents t one ,lh, BOo.l thro moMhi, HI -15! on tear, t AMUSEMENTS. O O T a) THBAT Comer Bixth and Vine itreete. K R Manager, Goo. Wood ; Bte Manager, O. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, O. T. Colllna. Pains to Srir TfiR Tmia. Dress Clrole end Pr tnette, 30 centa ; Gallery, 13 cent. THIS (Thursday) EVENING, Jab. 1C, ISM, Last night but two of Mies Maggie Mitchell, Who will appear as NARAMATTAII, lit TUB WEPT Or TUB WISH-TOH-WISH, wn KATTT O'SIIKIL. Filday, Renefltef Mist Maggio Mitchell. W1XCHFI T,, IN IT I H ( IT F. F R ) UDI'.lCAT. l),i(lt,LRKtk Selections from tho following Programme. Entire vnnrirpoi rroKramvne1 rn it ovenlDg AT tSMllH 4 NIX. IN H HALO, ON MONDAY 1YIMI, JAM. 13. Scotch, Trlab, Trench, Dutch, Yankee and ot...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1862

THE DAILY PKESS. PVn.llRtD ALT, KXCIrT JCftDAT, IT MR CINCHIMATI PRESS CO.nPANY. THI RRDAY JAM ART 16 The Weekly Press Tbe Dollar Wbklt Prkss for January 9 Is now ready, and may be bad at tbe coun ter, ready for maUinfr, at tbree cents per copy. The Wkklt Punas Is a well-filled sheet, containing thirty-two columns of choice literature, telegraph news, city intelli gence, the markets, Ac, Ac. No better paper ean be found to send to distant friends. Bank Suspension Bill a Law. The telegraph tells us that the Bank Sus pension Bill, as amended by the Senate, pawed tbe House to day, and is now a law. One feature of tbe bill is that tbe Ohio banks shall resume specie payment in fifteen days after the Kew York banks do. The Changes in the Cabinet. A very interesting article, giviug tbe his tory of the removal of Secretary Cameron, the appointment of his successor, the effect of the change on army contractors, etc., etc., will be found on tbe first page of to day's Pres-s. Skating in Toledo...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1862

WANTED. WAVTfi, " FOB" KALW," -WOM MtMT," I IOBT,- mr0VND,n BOABDinQ," afe-id. stiiiMnsj wliii dar On Asadvagi, net mo4m tmt A Un, will (rf Metor a m XVANTFO A BOT-Ib flr toi-one wtio v v tinderstanns wo prsenptinn nustnfM ther pwl apr-lf- IlBlIQdlBT, ro.l-t Hrmnn r,r(erMri ofTtoe, for two days. Norte Addreas b INTELl 10KNT and dretoi maker ptef,,rred. Gjod nireo. Filth-it TT attend th door. Ph mux be good. OIBL-To A fewer references re- t an j -b WV A1TF.I-TWO v other GTRt, Ona to rook, tha to attend tha ri.inr mn4 An ,hml. r- wnri. PDimwi re a s;ood sewer. A drefls-tnaaT r referred. Itoth sir's mint be good wa.hers mid ronors. erroan girlvwnocan speak the EnKllab. landman prefaired. Apply, after 10 o'clock A. M., at 09 rant filth-it. a WANTBD TO EXCHANQB-A farm of loo acre la Indiana, for a imall bouse and lot In Ihe city. Inqntre at j3 Maln-at. jalt-b WANTBn-TO RENT AND LEaSB-rrom 10 to id acrpi of Timber Land, aithor native or fruit treca, with house ot four to five room and bur...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. T n U R ft B A T.-. ..JANUARY IS THE BLACK WITCH. To Otis couple wm born one son, and one only. Much they mourned when they ow their neighbor adding almost yearly to their groups of olive branches, the Lord in His wisdom vouchsafed to them only this one child, and they bowed meokly to the Trovidrnce and tried to be content. Why bis fnlher named the boy "Jason," no one could rightly tell; perhaps became the fleece of hit flocks had been truly fleece of gold lo him ; at all events, thus was the child named, and in the strict rule of this Christian couple was Jason reared. It would be sad as well as useless to tell of the dreary winter-Sundays in the cold meeting-house (it was thought a wicked weakness to have a fire in a church then) through which he shivered and froze ; of the fearful sitting in the corner after the two-hours ceremonies and the thirty.minutes prayera wns done; of the utter absence of nil cheerful themes or thoughts on the holy days which they so Blra...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS ZbUbd Krovy ICwc-Unst, isvkdats sio.rr.ar 1UE CINCINNATI rBESS CO. " orrica- tin erjeroa-piotrsi, gBE mwrrrvswATT DAILY PRH n-er4 sabMiiber. la Olaetneetl, Covington an .urrnandlug elti.. end tewaa. at Ten 0M.t(W a, TMTeolSi PATAU.. TO THS 0AI1I1S. Pates T MATts-fllnpie eople., !l eeDte- rne aa.ub. SOo i three nwnthe, ! 'Alii on snr, : AMUSEMENTS. Porter's Beautiful PANORAMA OF FAIRY LAND , Will bo on exhibition On Saturday, January IS, 1S62. AFTERNOON ., EYKNIHG....... .AT t O'CLOCK. ...At S O'CLOCK. , ?S CENTS. . 1.1 CENTS. ADMISSION... HILDRl'.N w o o n H t n B A T Corner Sixth and Via. .treat.. B K Manager, Geo. Wood j 8'nga Manager, G. H. Ollbert; Treasurer, Q. T. Collins. Parent to Smr the Trvita. Dress Circle end Par guette, 30 cent. 1 Uellerv, 1.1 sent.. THIS (Friday) EVENING, Jan. 17, 1841, Benefit of Miss Maggie Mitchell, And positively la.it time of FANOHON. The performance will conclude with TUB WANDERING BOYS, In which Him EMMA MITCIIELL will make her fl...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 January 1862

THE .DAILY. PRESS. rwillll fi.T, XXCITT IrRDiTi, t Tni CIHeiWNAWf PHKSS COMPANY. tlltAI ,.J4N(7AY 17 Job Printing. Those In want of neat and cheap job print ing, can hare it executed by calling at the Par? Orrin. Every description or Blanks and Blank Book manufactured at short notice and at war prices. The World's Fair. of Representatives Congress, after a Tigorons and spirited debate on the matter, laid on the table by a large majority the bill making an appropriation for the ex hibition of American articles at the next World's Fair. General Sigel. It is now said, apparently on good author ity, that General Siel has not resigned, and that be does not intend to resign. At the latest accounts, he was actively engaged in the duties of his position in the West. The War Department has roceived no intimation of his resignation. More Tax. A resolution has been introduced into Congress requesting the proper committee to inquire into the expediency of levying a tax of one mill per mile on a...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 January 1862

WANTED. WABTH," frOB (MIX," -rum a-tV I icer." -rovaD.- boabdibo," m.-iu Aef As. Hum, mm S. IneaHi As4a t . XVNTRTv-TO T I 8om eioolUnt Farming tends on the Ohio and Mi-iai pi Kallread. for a etnek of goods to take Into the country. Will trad, for in wds, h ow and ahm. r farming impl.aMnt. Address Box No. LOTS, 7-H Cincinnati, Ohio. aTA"Teri-PAHT.BATIR9-At No T v I'lirra-ea. jal7-l jel7-b WANTED A YOTJNQ MAN Who can writ oorrootlyand grammatically from dictation, lie must writ a masterly and superior hand. Ap ply at nff. ow a-a. ginn-at. jai7-u- mTAlNTFn-jA HOT-In a dm it ore one who w w uiin'Tniaiins ine prescrimlon bun ntss otprr mod mttAf J)HUG 1ST. PoRt-offlOP. for two dam (Jet man preferred. Nun XTANTRf AN INTRf.l IOKNT V attend the door. She mn.t be cond. GIRL To T1 onus in.tkr nifcrrpti. fwooil roMrpnfei ouirH. hone other need come. Apply t 59 Kut x i'in-iw. jn, e-o WAMED-Two o?Ri P Cine to cook, the othr to attend the dMr en1! do chmmh 'r work. hhetnnnt heagood newer. A dren...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESa PRID4V- - , JtNIJART IT THE BLACK WITCH. THE BLACK WITCH. [CONTINUED.] rter Hopkins was considered some what ungodly but a very just man, and while (be Decon most highly disapproved of his spiritual state, and doubted that he and "vital piety" were strangers, he still respected Peter's rugged honesty and direct ness of purpose, and ranked him foremost among the "world's people." He was a man of powerful frame and strong impulses, and when his feelings were aroused he stood in aw of no man, high or low. When he forced his way into the arbor, therefore, the I'oaoon paused in his invective and made no remonstrance. Teler Hopkins at once put the worst con struction on the scene before him. He saw in the son of Deacon Fletcher only a se ducer, in poor Hannah Lee only a victim, and bis blood rose to boiling heat With out pausing to ask any question, grasping at one guess, as he supposed, the whole sad history, he seized Jason by the collar, and, lifting him up, dashed him ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1862

THE DAILY, PRESS X'mbUabed IT.vorw Krenlnti . ibdrdats axonrrua) IDLE, C1NCISNATI FBKSS CP. OfitiS"tnMTi''' mni-Mm, IBE OiaoIBKATI DAILY PKENS la delivered sjnbntaitiar In OlnolnaaH, OovUrton an (wrroasdlng eltle and lews, at HCoxs- Oent a Woek I1TUU TO m 0411. ' Fw1 V Man SJIng enplee, 3 nbM on .th, ffOo.l thre month., til li.li oney-ar,,:! AMUSEMENTS. l.MItli'H OPK HA. IloUf-tlC. Porter's Beautiful PANORAMA OF FAIRY LAND Will to on exhibition On Saturday, Jannary 18, 1S62. AFTERNOON . EVENING .AT t O'CLOCK. .11 S O'ULOUK. ADMISSION 15 CENTS. CHILDREN IS CENTS. vr O O I T II BAT Corner Sixth mil Vine street. k a Manager, Geo. Wood ; 8sge Manager, a. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, a. T. Celllns. Pnicr to Snrr Tnii Twxs. Dress Oirole and Par sinottp, SO cent. ; Gallery, IS cent. THIS (Saturday) KVEN1NO, Jan. 18, 1SA1. LAST NIGHT or Miss Maggie Mitchell, Who will pp-ar as " Panl," In TI1K PET F TUB PETTICOATS, And a "Mnthildo dn Merle," " Hinrl St. Alms " and " Unmet C'armanly," iu THE FRENCH...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1862

THE DJVILY TRESS. rtrai rsnan put.v, mtcwrr sTsnavs, v rns nwciTtwATi phks9 company. fMTlRDAY... ....... I ANHABT 18 Job Printing. Those in want of neat and cheap job print ing, can bare it executed by calling at the Taxes OrncB. Every description of Blanks nd Blank Books manufactured at short notice and at war prWs Another Version. A 'Washington letter writer (ays it is gen erally believed that Mr. Cameron's retire ment from the Cabinet was caused mainly by declarations of prominent capitalists of want of confidence in his administra tion of the War Depaitneat. The same cause may effect the retirement of the Secre tary of the Treasury, and the appointment of James Gallatin or John A. Dix, of New York, in hia place. Frauds. It is said that in a conversation with the Bank Committee, Secretary Chase said: "I have no hesitation in declaring that a large proportion is wasted in fraud and specula tion, while another great share is expended idly by reason ot negligence and gross inat tent...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1862

WANTED. WANTS," ITOB BALM," -fOM MM B T," t IOW," -roVBD," MOAMDIHO," f.-A. tUfmeerU mk, fllltT. To wash. Iron and iln vf-mw-al hotisrwork In ft small famllr. (lor. tnan preferred . ArPlf Wo. 30 Vork-jt., iwtwnen tVINTMl- v I Ontral-aT. and l.lnn. jals-h WAWTBD-TO BIST-A hnnse, or ft few WW rooms, snIUMa for ft small family with no children. Oord references can be glron. VMress jw.i Tien Office. iais-n mmrMTFn-rNT and vkst w1 At Wmt riinrth-it. Prloes, VI to l 81. .none out toe very best hands nwa apniT J VI 2' )al-f XirANTED-TWonoODnotiliAR.MAKE 18 To pro to iTannTllle, Ini Apply to WIL SON A UAYl)N,'J'4atil '44 Mala-at. .it r MVANTBD EMPLOYMENT-. yonn mar v V tied man, who can givo referenco astntu. ltttttry and Integrity, wants employment, at a own 3xnHHtlon to suit the limns. He Is acquainted with the grnoery bunlno', but will onKpe In any hmi Hess that -oJTers, and will endeavor to satisfy his rmplojer. A note sfnt to the office of the Dally J'rets, tltreotod to W. W. (Wll Inn ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 18 January 1862

THE DAILY PKES8. JAT17RDAT.. THE BLACK WITCH. [CONTINUED.] This ws only for n instant-. Stugger ng backward before the cloud of smoke, wlih outstretched, groping hands, like one suddenly struck blind, , an "iusliuol," or vhat you please to sail it, ttruok her, and she tore off her flannel petticoat, wrapping it about her head and shoulders. Then, holding her hands over mouth and nose, she rushed desperately up the stairs. No one, unless he has been through such a smoke, can conceive of the trials she had to undergo in mounting those stairs. No one can fancy, except from the recollection of such an experience, how the fierce heat bent her back when she reached the upper hall. The walls were not yet fully oa fire, but great tounges of flame curled along the ceiling, and hot blasts swept across her path. She knew his room. It wtt3 but a step to it, and the door opened easily. The nurse was fast asleep, so fast that poor Hannah's warning cry, as she stumbled in, hardly aroused her. On t...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS Xmbllahed KTr KTenlna-, (rrjBDATS Miammv 1IIE CINCISSATt TBESS CO. Wnci-tiimt-i 0Tr- bwto-ootii. ta tJIBtOTBx'ATI DAILY FBKM I deliserwl tutoerlben In Oinolnnatl, Oovlarton an anrronndlnt eltlee ul Iovbi. at "Toaa. Oenta , Weeh, tmill TO TBI CASBItB. Patea T Mam Single copies, S eeure; ens anjnth. BHo.l three months, $1 'J.I one veer, Oj.l AMUSEMENTS. O O D H T II BAT Corner Sixth mud Vine treeU. K 11 Manager, Geo. Wood i Stage Mnnnircr.G. H.OMherl; Trpnioirer, G. T. CHIdm. Piter to Srrr Tiir times. Prwai Circle and Par uette, SO cents ; Gallery, 13 cent. MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 20, fir it appearance of MISS TULIA. DALYi The jtutly celebrated !0M1C ACTBESS AND CHARMING VOHALIST, When will be presented the Comic Local Drama of Our Female American Cousin, MIPS.lrMA DLY ns Pamelia, WTfRN illl'KIHJJI-SYIAllOllI!-KTREKT, rte.tr Thlrd-wltere fen be seen oyer 3"',i clilliront Ctirio-ltiei In the um build ing; Wax Statuary if the most prominent persons that ever lived i (tieric...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. WUBIlSHBP PilLV, IXCirT IVKDATt, T TRR CIUCINNATI PREM COMPANY. rfric taut ami or vmr-rrnrM, WKI.OW fOVRTII. a rr.w ih)'I ..JAICAHV iO Zollicoffer Killed. The telegraph advisee us of a fight In Ken tacky, In which the notorious rebel, Zolli cofler, killed. Bailie Peyton, late of Virginia, we think, is also reported among the killtd. The Ball Opened. The announcement by telegraph to-day of n attack and repulse of the rebels near Somerset, Kentncky, gives us hope Hint the big fignt has commenced. The people are ready, if our troops are not, and are impa tient to hear the roar of cinnon by tele graph. It can't be put off very ion,. Using the Probe. The Oovcrtmieot Contract Iavrutigating Committee is engaged just now ii looking into tLe Army frauds about tVbhio.gton. These are numtrous and unuliuhing. Horses Lave been twico Fold, ench tiue for double their value; Colonels have recoived from railroad companies gift 9 of money for 8nd irg their repiments by particular lin...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 January 1862

WANTED. WABTS," y'FOH 8A1.H," -'OU MBKT,- f toer," -rovsD," BOABDtaa,- 4.-n. Mrsftsaws trnilni mmdtr Hum -,, urt trorMm faf s Urn, wtil RMrl toimfor i swM. WANT Fit A m to writ adTcrtls.ments. favotitnie notlcss i tiU pulls for the city an 1 ' ceuptiy nwdf npr. None peed apply but ih ne who baa been emptofd as editors, sub edit r.. repnttrra and correspondents to DnwspapS-i. and tlina who are rrr-ci ana tuny niinn., forth-Ln-lms. Adrtross Box U.dHl. Cincinnati Post. ollice, stating terms sod ,iialifl 'allim.. Nevsui. .perawim (ii'viiiiuus ui qMeiiiiraiioua prererreu. yNTRD-A OABDKNKR-A good, stealy - iinnii run nave a permanent situition, nv up flying at St West Cixth-st. J I 'll l WANTKO-A OITRMAN fJIRL-Todo general homework, at '201 Third at., third dmr east VI I Mini, JazU U- WANTKO-A OIUL-To wash Iron and do vv general bousi-work In a small family ('.nr. man rretarrefl. Arply at Wo. 30 York-at., oetwceu c ntrai-av. ftiui Ltnu. jai-h" TO BUN T A house, or a few WW toocifl, sultab...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY - JANUARY 90 THE BLACK WITCH. [CONCLUDED.] No ray 7 Yes, there was one. lie saw a fair young girl, loving and innoceot, whose weet face scarce ever left his thoughts. She reigned where father and mother held no sway; and she made, with the sunshine of her love, a clear heaven for him even In the purgatory of the rat. So he lay, slowly gathering strength, dreaming about her. And presently they told him gently as might be how she had saved him. And hry nearly killed him in the telling. V hen lie was well enough to be about, it was strange that they would not allow him to Bee her. She was still very ill, they said, and the doctor, a rcnaonuble man enough usually utterly refused him admission to her chamber. lie fretted at this, nncl as be gained strength he 'went wrong.' Mingled with the memory of his old pri vations was a full assurance of his present liberty. lie was of age, and ho owned, by right, all the extensive property the Deacon, his father, hnd so labo...

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. — 21 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS Pabliahnd lCvery Krenlnc (ulDAVS UOBTTU) . we ciNcrami press co. orrtr-vim-sr., or. mrrOB-B'otTta. THE CIBmnNATt DlLTPBtfy d.lWOT enbecrltoers In OImIimM, Oorlartoa a nrmBDillsf eltlee Mi towns, at X"xa. Oantn a "V7V7"sols. ravaau 10 thi oiaiiia. Paw it Mail flTtcl copies, 3 cent; one Month, dOo.l three month., Ijl -JSi oneyeer, SI AMUSEMENTS. O O ft H THKAT Corner Sixth and Vine streets. K it Manager, Geo. Wood ; Stage Mnnnnr, O. B. GiUiart; Treasurer, O. T. t'elline. Pater, to "nt ma TiKn.-I)nn (Jirola anil Par 'tuette, SU cHti ; Gallery, 13 cents. THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Jan. 11, second ap pearance cf MISS JULIA.DALY, Inter event original oharacUrof " Pamella," In Our Female American Cousin. Tli. performance to commence with the Faroe', THE CAPTAIN IS NOT A M1SJ. To conclude with THE DRAD SHOT. With a variety of Singing and Dancing, RAEEY TONIGHT. 1jCITlTfTT THe 1 A S FXIIinr 110N at 8M1TH A NIXON'S HALL. MITE TO BE TAMKD. Reurft yonrwnti at the Hall. Tickcie dU 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. — 21 January 1862

THE DAILY TRESS. rmuiin bailt, Acirr iriiDiTs, r TIIII CINCINNATI PRKSS COMPANY. tmci-uit hot t Vint- TBr.rT, a rr.w DOOtl prt.nw torarn. TIIIftBAT.. ..JANI'AUT 31 Job Printing. Tbote In wnntof neat and cheap job print ing, can hT It eiecaed by calling nt the Priss Officb. Ever; description of Blanks nd Blank Bools manufactured at Bhort notice and at war prices. Job Printing. The Fight in Kentucky. "We bare additional particulars to-day of the fight near Somerset, Kj., on Sunday last. At far as beard from it was a brilliant vie lory for our troops. We trust it will not turn out as did the ce'ebrated victory at Piketon, some months since. The death of Zollicofler and the utter defeat of his forces is geierally credited. A few days will give us the particulars of trie fight. Don't Be Too Sure. The papers are becoming filled with assur ances from "distinguished sources" that the rebel armits are about to be annihilated by the immense prepirations and masterly strategy of General McClel...

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 January 1862

WANTED. wahth,- i" won balm," "rom bmt, t Koer," mrovsD,n aoAUDinar twKtmmm mmlt mUr Hum ""', not actaa (to Dm Mm win liriti tmittft MS . WINTID-A 8 0 H 0 I-In rltr, town or cm try, hy tha tuiSarala-nwl, an i ip tIhuci-iI Tpartiar, In pomniMlon of nrt.clawi cartlft am of quallflcatl' n anl ran l" nthr aooil reforncen. idilrMH-Cilielnnatt, or Hanillton, Vulor 10., O. jall-b W. MIEI'IIKKl), Tnvh"r. wwrawTttn-BOAnniNg-A ptawant, far with run! anil Tv nirhrrt root"., centrally looatrd, 0n. fur a anntlen an and ife. AiMraas V. T. II , rot'fflr Box 1,3 ft J, tatinf tornii, An. ncpa ichatKff1. j2l h 1VAKTFD A 8KRVANT OIRt. To do n. V aral rmunwnrk. Apply tof-twa'-n Jofen and Montid. ral hnimwnrk. Apply at 58 Blchmord at., WANTED-LOOK HRRI-Inilan Rllc, Mich ai stone hammer, arrow-hand, foMlIti, mineral cnrkwltlra of errry kind, trillldt-a and en--rilitoi, -liio Kiyor and othir sheila, old coin, II. ft. cents and ourtutltf In g-nerai bnnant by Dr. 0. a. RKNK, 1H4 Went Kiftb-st., near Sim A b...

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 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. TV1RMT.. .JANUARY at General Dix and the Ladies. A lady, sJS the Charleston Mercury -one n( the kaadrcds who have fled to Virginia from beyond the Potomno iends us the fol lowing narratire of facts, which may serre as an instance of the unconquerable spirit of the women of Baltimore, under be petty outrages to which they are continually sub jected by the brutal Yankee soldiery: A Mrs. W., of Baltimore, about to pay a Tlsit of a few days to tbo country, to some relatives, was driving through the city in her own carriage, with her trunk strapped behind. Suddenly the vehicle was stopped by policeman, who assured the lady she was under arrest, and would be obliged to repair immediately to the ollicc of the Pro-Tost-Marphal. Mrs. W, somewhat indignant at the re quest, refused to go, alleging for an excuse, that such a public place was unfit for a lady to frequent ; she said that sbe would go to the Commanding General, Dix, at Fort McIIenry, but if the policeman at tempte...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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