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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 January 1862

V, I F. THE DAILY PRESS Fabliahed ICTery KrenlnKa ' f (IVRSATg IIOIRII) IHE C1XCKHATI TUESS CO. ernci- TOT IT., err, wnnnoni. , THE 0IH0IB9ATI PAILT FEES" M diloinl strtbsri la Otaolnastl, Oovtaptoa ka tnrronndlns el tie. and town., at losa. Oaaaatas Woolt niUU M TBI 01MIH. Pairs t MArt Single cnptet, ,1 cent.) on. a-mlh, EOo.l thru months, HI j.t one year, a. AMUSEMENTS. O OI T II BAT Comer Sixth and Vine streets. K It lanager, Goo. Wood ; glut Unnwr, 0. B. Gilbert; Treasurer, G. T. Celllns. Paters to Hrn ma Times.- Ores. Olrole and Par. tuette, 30 cents ; Oallery, 13 cents. THIS (Wednesday) EVENING. January JJ, MI8H .IUL14DALY' PaMELtA, In the brilliant Comedy or Onr Female American Cousin. A GLORIOUS SCCUE3S. It will ho repented on tlill occaalon, the perform ance condudiig with TUB DEAD BITOT. IVTIRN IHCH CiH-BYrATfORB-wv STttEKT, near Thlrd-wliere cun he wn over St n.fton rtinerant Curiosities In the same build ing; Wax Ptatuary of the most prominent peraous that ever live. ; ;...

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. — 22 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAYS, BY THE CINCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. rrica-HAaT um or nr-Trr.r, a rrw poou nr.r.ow TOUETH. WEDNESDAY...........JANUARY 22 Job Printing. Those in wantcf nest and cheap job print ing, cnn bays it executed by calling at the Press Omen. Erery description of Blanki and Blank BooVs manufactured at short notice and at yar PTI''- Death of Ex-President Tyler. The death of John Tyler, Ex President of the United States is announced by telegraph. II is last giclmfM was brief. Death of Ex-President Tyler. Thirty nine Killed and One Hundred and Fifty Wounded. This is the loss reported of our troops at the Lattlo near Somer;et. It will be seen that our troops captured a lare number ot mules and horses ; alio the barges used by the rebels in crossing the river. Eaton and Hamilton Railroad. The following is a Btatement of the earn ings and operating expenses, rent of track, &c , of the Eaton and Hamilton B iilroad fjr the year ending D: cember 31, 18...

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. — 22 January 1862

WANTED. yrjwra," rro balb," -rvm rf low -rovnD," MOABDlna.- t.-A af A Una, rU k taarM tmUfr MS Man. irJ'NTFP-TO PliBOHAKB-A (rood family 1 TV Bewlrg Machine taecnnd banded.) Alan for i laale, cheap, a good Hfnaer a aaeniiisctiirina: Mt Vcliln. AIbo for aula, very low, a nearly new Sriog U Wagon, anltable for Kipresa. Mo. Jjj Dartd t , J between John and tlentral avenue, j;-b t j wajTANTFO-A voting man to learn the Ambro. an-rlma to learn, and wirine to travel. w lyve iMiiiiiwi uiun, ngvi ffUUU B,lllireM, AiDl i' at ?0H N SON'S Gallery, Ninth and Main JaJi-b Tf.V'NTFD-TORETT-i'ii respectable neigh. TT bothood, with a private fatally, part of iiouse-two r three rocms on the flislor aeoni floor-by a gentleman and wife, with aerTant. Kent vald In advance, and the beet references flTn and tennirtd Address, for one week, AUSNT, Pres ainc. j2i ! V"TED-A 000D GIRfc-To do kitehea vv work. Inquire at 144 Madlon-street Maw port, Kentucky. jaM b I ANTEn-A Bl'RSB-OtRtj-Aenly T Hi catuure-it.. be...

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. — 22 January 1862

THE DAILY PKKS8. JANUARY 9 [From the Philadelphia Press.] AS THE DAY IS, SO SHALL OUR STRENGTH BE. BY T. S. ARTHUR. War ! The very word sent a shulder to (lie heart of Mrs. Irwin. From a chilJ up, it was BSBociated in her mind with all that was horrible and wicked. To become a sol dier, seemed, to heT perception of the cse, to involve b cruel instinct. She satv no glory in the possession of arms. Toy drums and swords were never seen in the hands of her children, except through the unwel come agency of aunts, uncles, or friends; and they were, in these cases, soon removed, with sober homilies on their bad signifi cance. "I will teach my children," she would say, "to love their enemies; not to hate and destroy them. To be ever on the side of peace and good-will to mankind , not on the eide of hatred and destruction." Mrs. Irwin read tracts and books pub lished by peace societies, and in the argu ment agrinst war crowded her mind with facts, statistics and reasons to a degree that made...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 January 1862

THE DAILY. PKESS PabUihedUTtrr Krenlsr, ((VND4T1 IOirTBJ ; lint ciycissTfi PBKRS H. orc-r,TiM-r.i oy. cctto-hooi. nTK f71BOtTI AILT PUBS to .i ttn4 tabeCTlben fa Cincinnati, Uovtartoa eaa n I gorroaadlnt cities ant Sawn at Xb Oonta Mi Wooli l ,1 NIllll TO HI unni, ath, OOc.t thrw monthi, HI i-1 on year, l M AMUSEMENTS. W 9, n t H T. Ht, . , . , Corner Sixth nd Viae atreot. tdanager, Geo. Wood ; Stag Manager, 0. 8. Gilbert; . Treasurer, t. T. Cellina. riirin to fmr the Ti wi- Irraa C'irrle and Par .uette, 3U oeata ( Gallery, 15 can. . THI8 (Thursday) EVENING, January 23. an eniibtainmest or bark ihtereht. MISS JULIA DA-aWT'. In two character- Pamella," In Our Female American CoiisId, And Biddy," In THK IRISH KMIOHAHT, Wil h a variety of Singing and Punclng , to morrow (Friday) Hem flt nf Mia Jnlla Paly. WT 8TBKET, near Third-where can bo en rwWfl.oiio different Onrloltii in the m bn Id Ing ; nu statuary tf the moat prominent peratn a tke nrer l-rvod : Hoencl nf all the lata Hit tie-,...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 January 1862

THE DAILY PKESS. niMUiu itT, rPt Stia-PATs, t Tim nynwwATi prewh fnnptwv, era-lea raar nn.: or viMt-ftnricr, A Ftw djors El.fW rOl'lTH. THIIf P-"- jASt'AsOf 9.1 Job Printing. Those In wantof neat and cheap Job print in?, cn hare it executed by calling at the. Pg!t?B OrricB, Every depcriptionof Blanks and Blank Books manufactured at short notice and at war prirs. Pub Doc. We hare received from Representative Sayler the Reporl of the Auditor of State. Thanks. New Supreme Judge. Noah H. Swayne, on eminent lawyer of Columbus, has been appointed to the vacant seat on the Supreme Bench, formerly occu pied by Judge McLean. The appointment is considered a most excellent one. Senator Bright. The indications are that ease Bright, Senator from Indiana, will be ei pelled from his seat. It is said there are but fifteen members in his favor. Ilia colleague, Hon. Iletrj S. Lane, made apewtrful speech in tbe Senate against him. It is probable a vote will be taken to-day on the expulsion ol Mr. Brig...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 January 1862

WANTED. wants,' V ron halm," -roa f KV6T,n "FOUND," BOABDIN09n a.-4n. WANTRD-A SITUATION By ft Tim, tn. man. to cook wwh tnd iron In a nmnli Urn lly. Would ffo (nr 1iUno Into th tMiritrv, if rfrnlfT(1. CnrlArAndn and In wtlHitpf to wnr .-. In ltr or cnnntry. Wfs not no mnoh kit o-nirt a a h-nne with rpctfthle peopie. Apply t Ni Jtf tnttfr.t., ngftr CUrk. JuSl b WANTKD-OIRL-To do ffttifrAl houwworlr Apply M the north.wpflt corner ot Tlum mU rrry-itB.-ntrnre on Porry. jiS-b WANTRD- RITtJATION-Rv in aIHatIv 1Hv. tiorcehoid tiiftt torn, rook Ira, etc Tt omt of rof. repce glvon. A ddrw 0. w., this offlo. jt?-h tn talfA rharffa nf a lil lewl. attotiil tn llfANTRP-TO tTROfMRH- rood ft mil? b1. Alnn for die, C he ftp, "od einget'i MTifotnriniT H liln. Alio for ftt, TAry low, npurly dpw (Spring AVtiRon. tjnltaM for Kxprnftn. Mo. IS Dftv.il t , tmtwenJohtt and Contra, nvitnii. juTJ.Tt WANTRO-A rourR man to learn the Amtiro tyr i-ninMr H mint bs of frond addrM, ftrTlrni o lrn. and wiring to tr...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 January 1862

THE DAILY-PKE3H. THVRPBAT .JANUARY Ul THE VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL. BY PARK BENJAMIN. 'Tig eve ; one brightly beaming star Hliines from the eastern heaven afar, To light the footsteps of tbe brave, Slow marching to a comrade's grave. Tbe Northern wind has sunk to sleep ; The sweet South breathes, a, low and deep, The martini clang is beird, the tretd Of those who bear the silent deiid. And whose the form, all stark and cold, Thns ready for the loosened moid, And stretched upon so rude a bier? Thine, soldier, thine t the Volunteer. Poor Tolnnteer I the BhoL the blow, Or swift disease hath laid him low; And few his early loss deplore LI is battle fought, his journey o'er. Alas I no wife's fond arms caressed, His cheek no tender mother pressed, No piijing soul was by his side, As lonely in bis tent be died. Fe died tbe Volunteer at noon; At evening came the small platoon That soon will leave him 10 his rest, With cods upon his manly breast. Bark to their fire I bis only knell More solemn tha...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 January 1862

THE DAILY I'll ESS Published ICverr Krentrj, (SUPDAVS lldlft") IDE CINCINNATI PKESS VAK Otrio--Tiiii-T.iOr. errro aom, THE OIROiMJATI DAILY PbBMia o-l r pnborlbr In Cincinnati, Oovlare d" earmnndtng cltlM ul towns Tosaa. OontH a WooU patsii.s to OAaaiu. Pair T PlAtt Single copies, eente!' ti atjnih, (e tim e months, I H.Si one .nr, M.I AMUSEMENTS. V O O D M TIIKAT Comer Sixth and Vina street. it at lanager,Goo. Wood ; Staee Mnnarrar, (I. D. Gilberts Treasurer, (j. T. Collins. Parcr to Svit nir. I'ihes Dre. 0lrcl9 And Psr tuette, SU cent ; Gallery, 13 Mull, ID IS (Friday) EVKN1NO, January 24. BENEFIT OF, MISS JULIA. DALY, V hen bo will sustaU seven different characters, In two pie i Onr Female American Cousin, AKD IN AND 00 r OF PLACE, With a wloty of Pinging and Dancing. irrHTfRN 11 UB V M-HYOAIHUIK- V HI KKKI, near Third-whore can be snen over Sfi,nnn different Cnriosltiei In the same built in ; Wax Hte"ery of the moat prominent perS'u a that ever liven ;,:en of all the lute B.ttli...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 January 1862

THE DAILY ntESS. PCItrlRID BilLT, IXCIPT SUHD1TS, T tnX CINCINNATI FRKH9 COMPANY. -east (lDt er viF-'Tnr.T, A IU DO . M rum roust. FRIDAY... .iJANCAUV ill Job Printing. Those tn want of neat and cheap job print ing, can have it executed by calling at tbe PE8 Ornci. Erery description of Blanki nd Blank Books manafactured at short otice and at war pric. "Remember Buena Vista" In the recent bloody fight and brilliant Yictory at Will Spring, Ky., the Tenth In diana Regiment was the ad ranee, and suf fered most severely. Most of this regiment were enlisted in and near Lafayette, and it was a fine body of men. They did signal service on Sunday last. When this regiment left heme for Kentucky they promised to "remember Buena Vista." How well they kept that promise the result tells. All honor to the brave fellows. The Mill Spring Fight. The more we hear from this affair, the better it grows. Unlike most of our former victories, we had the worst first though the first report was pretty good. ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 January 1862

WANTED. Wdttm," vrom fALm," mmmt. 1 1 dot." rovnD,n aoAnDina," h.-a m Mi ill etmlmf mtder laeaa , an ewsed. VNTn-"IT"TLnNrA' TmciwwOofi v ernoss, by one who hss had exnerienoe. Can each I.eMn. Best ' references can be given. Ail. sirens Ajar-a-uox " ". " rr . jnii-n- ANTFI-fI1U.-T9 ilo general Imnsework in mall family. Apply nt No. tm.i Frea. it., out door above Poplar. jalt-b tnan-at mANTED-A BTTTTATION Br yonn wo. .."v nmn.ta cook, wash nd iron In a email fain. l'r. Would go any distance Into the country, If reonlrefl. I nderatanda and In wining to work In city or country. V wi not no mnch n object m a home with re.ppetahle ixkidib. Apply at No. 'ADD Cutter-st,, near Clark. j23b WANTED-OIKL-To do general housework Apply at the north-west comer of Plum and Perry-sts.-entrance on Terry. ja-b WANTRD-BITUATION-ny an elderly Wdy, to take charge of an old lady, attend to household matters, cooking, eto The oest of ref. -ereiice given. Address O. w., this office. j2vb WANTEIt-TO TSADB GO...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 January 1862

THE DAILY FUJES. ,'KIOA . Proverbs from Poor Richard. Great talkers, liltlo doers, .. Hunger ncrcr snw bad bread. Nothing dries sooner thn a tear. God heals and doctori Ule the fees. An egg to day is better thun a hen to morrow. He that fnlla in love with himself will hate no rivals. ' A mob is a monster; head enough, but no brains. Keep thy ihop and thy shop will keep thee. He that can travel well afoot keeps a good horse. Kings and bears often worry their keep. er. The worst wheel of the cart makes the most noiee. He that has a trade has an office of profit and honor. He's a fool who makes bis debtor his heir. What maintains one vico will bring up two children. Never lake a wife till thou hast a house to put her in. The first mistake in public business is going into it. Mary's mouth costs her nothing, for she never opens it but at another's expense. Against disease here the strongest fence is the defensive virtue, abstinence. Beware of little expenses; a Btnall leak will sink a gr...

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. — 25 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS Published Kvr TCwerilnr. ( SUNDAYS noinlni IDE CINCIHNift FRESS CO. orrrra- tiki-it., opt. mmM-iimi TBI! ommnsAT! dah,tfb : v.rwi f 1 stioenner la rnnotnnti, uorihrt'i. ..4 nrro.ndlna out. And t,wi., t Twi 0nt TVoels. ' riton to m oaaaiin. P!n t Mn P'nilo fojii . - - "Jo t nit rear, (, AMUSEMENTS. OOD'm T It B T Ooruer Sixth nd Vina street,. K K Manager, Geo. Woy.d ; State Mnnaer, Q. H. Ollberf Treasurer, U. T. Collin. f.KrZT.nv" THE 'xw.-UroM Circle and Par. iettf,3ceatai Oullon, 13 cents. OUI"1 r" THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Jai.us.rr IS. HISS JUI li PALY, mtS J (JIjTA DALY, KlAi JULIA KALI, lit R PrMALR AMERICAN COlStV, OI'KPKMALH AMKIIICAN OOllMN, OLB KAflAl.K AMMUOA.N CjUSIN. lltFtANTl AS TT Was, 1I1LAMI AS IT WAS, IUKLaMJ A3 IT WAS, PA MUM A AND .TrnV O'TROT, Pamkua AM) .? i l v (l i him, I'AMKi.iA AMI JUD1' CI T MIT, FONntt ASP P A NCK9, bONOs AVI) PANCri, sor-us and iaNi rs. WFTRN HrB niH-SVPAMORW-8TREKT, near Thlid-wher can b md -aver rvP.flii'dilT' rent Curios...

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. — 25 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. KBLtSlIlD TJAlLT, 1XCIFT l"DAT, IT TOI CIWCINNATI PRESS COMPANY. orricm-AT tint or tm-iriiiT, A nw doom MOW rOFRTII. SATURDAY ...JANUARY 'A3 Job Printing. ThoM in want of neaand cheap job print in?, cm have it executed by calling at tbe Prksb Orrici. Every description of Blanks and BlanV Books manufactured at abort notice and at war prices. Lebanon Agency. patrons promptly and faithfully for several years past by Mr. Frank Davis. We have never heard a complaint about him, and we regret to announce that he has given up the busi ness. We hope he will God something more remunerative and pleasant. Tbe leaders of the Tasss in Lebanon will now be served by Master Isaac T. Baker, who is represented to us as an energetic and eccemmodating lad. We expect to bear a good report from him. Incidents of Mill Spring. A pentlenian direct from the vicinity of Pon uset has furnished the Louisville Journal wiih tcme interesting incidents connected vi Kb the late battle at Mill Spring....

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. — 25 January 1862

WANTED. WAHTH," ro BALM," -FOB M M M It I ioer,n "rovaw moabdiho," . WANTKD-TO BENT-A Honsa with from 7 to Hi room). and within a few nqnirn of Kirtb ml Rare-mi. Any one bavins; iifh hnosa to ra t ft prompt, nay in ft- tenant, win oau at me Mowtnp- marbit Depot, Boom Mo. 1, up stairs, at ljg eei r inn-si. isjn o- ITANTF ft W AOON-A good second-hand Is.- T Brass WagoB for cut, Call at J78 tlnin- IB2.1-b troft TBJsrrANTKD TWENTY-Fl VIS TKAMSrEIH Togo to Kentucky on MoniUy: was; m, t.'fl per tnoitn n(l rations. Cell at RILKT'B staid, n titJtth.st .between Main and Bycaniore, Jami ir id se. A. r. natY ji AV. jj b WAMTED-An ex per ton old hand, who tlinr. onehty understand the art of dres'tng and rscsmg fnr aVIns. Apply immediately at Mo. Ill 2tnin-st., ua stairs, ja.'.l b cnriy of Oondrleh's TTnlveral Y llistoir fund subscription). Address, with price, lock l)oi o. 543, Pnat-olriea, ja-'ft n- TO XCnNGl Wr.tern Land lor a good Piano. Address U. 1JII10 I'rwi ja?vh Office. YVANTF;D-r,,TCAT...

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. — 25 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. nATinnv. .janttahy at Advertised Letters. OFFICIAL LIST. (f jll fetters itTortil are sntyect to aa extra charge of one rent. Persona railing fur thorn will ten he prepared with the neoessarvclinnse. aeVPrsnia calling for these letter will plAneai tliry nrti advertised, anil give number arid dut. lint aaVTlie ntrire will be open at hnlf-ritt seven A M., and cle nt nix P.M. Punilm s HIHce open from nine A. M. to balf-poat ttn A. M. Saturday,January 25. —No 4. LADIES' LIST. Altrn CnrnlineFAnderann Sa'lleA Allen Lilly L Allaais Julia Annie Uaiulite Aik'n Belle Asley Ulaty n tlistt Harsh P.raham Kliza ItsrloW K A Huron Mollle B llatler Sarah J llrittun kliza lliieklrv Flleri II ites Sinira Hnnn A M llantor Nan IS lltirkley Mrs ill ..nil ljizzio Itreaer Viritft'le ltowman Ann E lloone AnuMarla llrnoner r'mna Wi mhii Mrt llUcktiurn.lL'nuie llrsritian tatatl JHryant Belle tlirruiigh C Itnrton KM Basiett Laura J Dtker Jtunice llrtinrhnei Llzle C IIimiiiI erlln 8a- fVdc r-arr...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 January 1862

THE 1 DAILY PItESS (svrdav warm) i nis riVfttHNATI PKKSS CO. orrio"Tin-w-i o. ftvnoa-aoDM CD! (TimnwPATI DAIL-TPBRWI aeliv'sveo oabaorfhara la Ulnolnnatl, OoTinp-ton and surrounding oltlM Mil ewn, "Jceia. Ooxxtca r Wools. PAYABLB TO TBI OiAMI. Pnim t M Mr, Bin tie eoptea, ,1 eents: , ne M.mih, SOc.l tline mnnttaa, l !Ai one yenr, V..1 AMUSEMENTS. w OOD'H T II BAT Corner Bixth and Vine atreets. B K lanagor.Geo. Wood j Btiwfe Manrr, O. H. Gilbert; Tn-a-uiPi-, (i. T. Collins. Trtcik to Bt-rr thk Times. Dreg Circle and Par -QueUa, go oenU ; Uallorr, 13 cent. THIS (Monday) EVENING, January 17, MISS JULIA DALY At " Josephine," In The Child of the Regiment, And as " Caroline Morton," in OUlt GAIi. BONOS AND DaNUKB. N ATI ON AL THBATBR. Jhn lint? Vllhain Mlilrfg , A. V. Ken no Proprietor. ..Acting Blana&rer. ... Stage Manager. RRnrcTiow of Pricfb Orchestra flati and Dregs Circl", 41 cents; Family Circle, 40 cents; J'r quette, 1J cuLte ; Gallery, lOceuts, MOKDAY and TUKWDrVY EVRNINOS. Ja...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS. -. ruMiim D4AT, nein riT9, it rnx ciciwhati prem company. ernci-tAST siba or YiainTanr.T, A riw bobs pm.ow ForiiTii, ..jancary ar Job Printing. Those In want of sent and cheap job print ing, crf bare it executed by calling at the Tbi's OrrtcB. Eterj description of Blanks and B'iftDk Books manufactured at short notice and at war prirM. Telegraph Column. It is hardly necessary to direct the atten tion of the reader to the telegraph column next rage for the very latc3t news from all points. We receive daily all the items tele graphed up t) half prst two P. M. Any thing rumored and not found in ourcolumus at that licur, may he set down ai a canard. Indian Brigade. Dole, AfTair3, bus been authomed by the Prosi'lent and Secretary of War, to organize a brigaie of 4,000 mounted Indian?, to be attached to General Lite's expedition. Cincinnati and Indianapolis Junction Railroad. a rr.eetiujr of -diaLapolis and Cincinnati Juuction Railroad, held on the 22d, the following direc...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 January 1862

WANTED. Wjihts," - ran balm," muhi,- f IWT," mr0VBD, M0ABD1KQ," etc.-A, mwttmmmt mlf wtadsr la-asa aatitta, not -Mcasd, n Hat Mmm. -W W Iit-savUS tuiet fiw a wn, WiHTlTD-fAtTIKK-!! U 18! AND FIT ' TV TgHK Two good Store Pattern makera, find fitta good Pattern. litter. Apply lmme-tiatalt at the office of ' Stove Pattern Work), Wtit Uihlli street, below Uerrint. js27-b HARRIS A E0MR3 VA1IT,'nA GIRT, -Competent to do th ww work of mull family. Almi be gooi cnnk. Apply t ICQ Eiwt Third-it. J17-l) -rANTFn-TAM8TRBS-Flflr Teamsters to 7.7..S0.!" Kentucky-to iio on Saturday. Apply 1 and Ooutralav. Wages $24, J. f). Mr.N.VR. UTAMTFII OlRfj To (In goneral homework v ill a small prlvata family. One suiting will find a gacd home by pplylug at Nu. 131 Long. worth-tt. jnr-b "KrAKiTFn-A 8IT,ATIO?-Tty a yonn:? Pr.it. v extaut girl, to do housework in null turn. Ily. Good MifncM given. Apply at Xo. Ill) Leek -at. t corner of Sivth. ia7 h '-ANTRr-N'lKSt-)IRL Konrtfen or fif v teen yonwof m. Apr!? at ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 January 1862

THE DAILY PRESS: WONDAlu...... JANUARY at WIT AND WISDOM. A dull and plausible man, like an unri flcd gun, is a smooth bore. Duelists must have their second", ami widows are entitled to their thirds. Pome fellows never pay a debt, except when they owe a grudge. The ocean, wh'ch is forever sounding:, Fometimes gets sounded. Who lets one pit on his shoulder, nhill iiove him presently on his head. Men wounded by the explosion of bomb shells are wounded mortarly. Although you count yourself a brighter lenow man i am, yet i can round you, ns the earth said to the sun. Some persons think that tho two most precious things now inclosed In hoops are girls and kegs of whisky. A good many chairmen at publio meet ings don't know how to put a question. Young ladies think it should be popped. A man's mouth is made to talk and cnt, yet he often hurts himself by talkiug and keeps himself by eating. Love, justice and fortune aro said to have do eyes: but all three make us mortals open curs pretty wi...

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