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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 March 1860

""'CINCINNATI DAILV fcftES$ 1 s . .s taiMi.hM dally fnnifiy.Vxrniiii)liir HHNHY n 10 14 13 sfc CO. , , , l'luii'timrong. t f !1 ! Mrii'lJiD!i;TiiiiT,"t. cil'ifM-ii. THE CINCINNATI DAILY PRKS8 la ilrlivclYd to (lilmerlbi-rs In Cincinnati, t'ovlimlon mill . surrounding clllr-s and towns, at tlie extremely luw . . m i' ice of HIX CKNTrt A WKKK, . . FAIABI.K Til UAXKIC.. - .'4. lS-h$ MnHittq. sit,,. fnpioi '1 cnt fnontt,, Id '-cuts .t mouth, mi; l your. P" .'JjTWe: T j mm t tiaiit i i XYQLi lll NO. 28. CINCINNATI, A. a..-., mi ia. ' A. .as A.- I . Jk. ' .-.,: llt'MI--'- n : : 1 B'l : '1 1' .: KIMbUMi- . SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, I860. PRICE ONE CENT. AMUSEMENTS. miTOOIVl TIlriATKIf- I IIIINKII SIXTH TV . ln TINK-WI UKKTS.-JoH. A. LUH,r.B. jr.. sole Muiiniri-r ami luii-(v. ' ' - ' Pricks or A omission. -In ess Circle nnl Parquettt., BO cents ; Uallrr, 'ii rtl. Uoors open at O.'a o'cl's-fc ; curtain rlsi at 7. 'sixth' mciit TFmr. CnANKRAf, ." Who Kill spwsr In to srea characters. THIf E...

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 March 1860

PRESS HKNHY HKEU&CO, D1T0M AND PROPBIRTUU. fMTIJR DA y. M AR vtiit THE DATLY Strikes and Street Railroads—The Triumph of Labor. It would be hard to show any reason why t'je business of driving street rail-can should bs any more exempt from general competi tion tbnn the driving of strcet-drftys, or than iy other kind of labor. No meana hare yet been discovered for setting aside the universal law of supply and demand in the regulation of the wages of labor, and It is fortunate for tho laborer that It is so, for in it is his only safety. Any artificial regulation must nec essarily result in the benefit of a portion of the laborers, at the suffering of the rest. The strike as it is called of the drivers on the Passenger and City Passenger Rail ways, having been carried out to what Is termed a triumph of labor, and regarding as we do the interests of labor as comprising all the interests of society, and all triumphs of labor as the only real progress, it is meet that we should look i...

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 March 1860

WANTED. f r- ANT!," ' rURA ia" "VfOR "RftNTV ' '(LOST," "IrOUNlV' oniMRtolM.x W.v-Xil-Tertlscmeiit, Homing nuder those fu"Vdlng., not ox . .coedlng nvcllno,, will bo lurried twice fur !, cent, "msrcd v tin, at the .tore of K. UA At U A Cll JAJH:i,?;,,i nixthMiid Seventh. VAT B B lKNI M rnlf M arTl-ln'-" 1 ,7 "'W'i"" F'&"( l(Uor Johnsons tfallery, Mnlh and Main, f.iknficscs f.Yr ten rent. no. If you can, In tho ftirctlooir, tu avufd A c rowd . In the nfteTnunn ( ma2t-a WA N T K tV.-A Swung, acYlve'man, who mn make i,rt-cU useful, and who ft, willing to Jo"".1'' .A!' tr'- Ui-duy only t No. in Walniitttteet, ma24-V ANT Kll -A AoiKk-Bv tl family of three half ii mile from the 1' " PreMlltnre. pT.ons. ncnt within !:. Not moro.lhan lolllce. Apply at the lnily WANTKII-r'TllHthU;6 HKOM-tlv tup . B'"tl2" , without beard, within six ,uri of the P..tmco, Addrmei tilARLBS v: rSlTH, -llv ft mnn mnnl)1t nf of IxKik of Buy klnrl-uhU nU rctAll or manufiutii v T Inkntd 1'nnriri iti Tnrina una ii...

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 March 1860

mirn T A TT "Vr 11 1) I.1 LIU. 1 KATIKDAY M AH II '.it THE FATE OF LOVE. He atne.1 behind cottage Imf, , And listened to ii hilts On' summer eve. when the breene was gone, And the nightingale was mute. Tlie moon wo Hatching on the Mil: The aire Ml staid, aud til mar-le still, To hoar a lover's suit, Tloit, hjilf n vow and half ft pmyiir Proku less of hope than of despair, And rose Into the calm, toft ail An swijet and low ,s he had heard O, w.ie! o. wne' 1'Im flute, ol angels, rung ago! " Br erery hepe that rartbwnrti cling. By fntth that mounts on aiwelr wings, By dream, thru make nlght-shado. bright, And tru.'tti thut turn our day to night, And childhood's mm lie niul instilii"! .tear; By plc-unire'l day mid sorrow's tear, lly all the (trains tlmt func! alnan.. And pang thut llmr a nP'lr brings -Vorjov or grief, for hope or fear, Kor all hereafter a a- hen-. In peace or strife. In storm or "hliic, My onl la wedded unto thine ! And for It. fort and sole reply. iniirniiir. anil a sw...

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. — 26 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS la published dally (Sundays exctptwl) bj . HKNltY IlKIilD Sc CO., k , ; . j'HurjtiKiums. s . ; . mem vim-sTarrr, ntr. cvsroa-n-oir. Tll CINCINNATI IAII.Y PRESS la delivered to suliecTlbers In Cincinnati, Covington and r enrTunnnin' ernes ana sown, ' the extremely low prloe of SIX CENT A WtEK, . PATASLS TO rARIII. Prirm o MaiHnq. Single rople. 9 cant; I month, 40 rent; 3 month., 11; I year, Hk.'l. VOL, III, NO. 29, . , ; tJlNClKNATI, MOXlUf MOltNING, MAltCII 26, 1860. TltlCE ONE CENT. 'ftl r " ' ' ' ' ' ' '. r : i . i l. : . ...... r ,-.'.m, x) ' ' i -t. a- n . ,., . ih AMUSEMENTS. WOOD THEATER -(DRNKR HI XTH AN VlNK M JlKtvTH.-JuHH A. KLI4LU, Jr.. nole ManawtT and Lea. . rumor Aimimioi, Itrww Circle and Parqitette, 50 oentN; .ittllrrv, 2-1 cent. iHrord npeu at 6f o clock i curtain rltw lit 7. Rt-nnra(miitn)tif the veraattto Arur,- Mil. ,t"AVFHAU.. . . J TIIIH EVENING, Mnrch 2K, the performance will commence with the lie piny railed LINDA t Or, The Oiata-oiia 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. — 26 March 1860

i)V1 i THE DAILYPRESg. ( M ENRY nEEDA CO., - EftrTffMAKnrnoPBfftmmt. WON DAY -.7MVkH The Legislature and the Extra Session. '' ' Do the peoplo desire an extra session of this Legislature? In nil imuticnhle vrn.va they hare expressed1 tliptfisdres against ml- Journcd sessions. ,T1)C liuituucitasgcuartilly condemned by both parties; especially by the Republicans, la there any public iic easily that requires it? If there is, the uiensures v, .whicli ronstltuta the necessity, and which oau uot be passed at the present session, can, and should be pointed out. Hut thero has ' been no pretense of any specific legislation that required another session, and as mem bers would naturally attempt to protect themselves in such a radical change in their views on this quesjion, by offering substan tial reasons, if there were nny,weHrc justified in concluding that none could be spccitiwl. But the adjourned session has been charily excused on the ground that the people nre in favor of annual sessions...

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. — 26 March 1860

WANTED. " WANTS," "K(ll BM.K," "FOR RBST." hliOMT," "rol'M)," "ROAIlMNn." 4o.-A.l-WKniKflitl Coming nmlrrthorc headings, not ox eeelh five linn, will bo Inserted twice fur J!)oeiihi WANTKIs Thre or four vrnmi'n of good ad dress, til h'nn ns snllrltor. for a M.irlfw1l.-.l within the city. Apply t No. 70 Mclarland-.t.. bi-tweea (I nil II j. M. aia, HyANTF.tt-Mon sucking altnatlon at clerks, t salesmen, lewdr-keepere, liar-keepcra, porters, roopers, nicchnnire, laborers, nnd others, should up Slv at the Mcrrlmiit' Clerks' Itcgislrv Ontee, No. 1H Walnut-street. ninXI-M HAliK ("0. WANTKP-KI I.M FOR MARKETING Very useful inl'omintlon may lip hml gratis at JOHN SON'S nailery, Ninth ami Main, ami a good Ilka. u.sfor ton cent, Como early, It possible. ma2l-a WANTED TO RKNT A small Cottage of two or three rooms, In the central part or the city. Addrosfl K. It., Press (Mice. inaSA-h ANTEI-Twoof llirw honnien at No. Jftl i.niuwiinii-irriN'i, near Joint. Diui-b' WANTF!-) ! R 1.-A fffrl cnfwM of ...

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. — 26 March 1860

TIIK DAILY PRESS. !Hnl)AY... ..MARCH 3 THE VERNAL VESTAL'S HYMN. BY FLORES B. PLINPTON. The r"ln reals hid northward wlnti Ami lwllterlnn tlie null kelied Ire, I'Ipn ill hk nrwlnt lKln fttr IM The nierrloat prophet of the spring. I knew that he would come oar nv.ro, When tltn nights grvw short anil tho days arow loiia. ' To fill the on-lmnl with hia eon. And feed hie ucdiialiuga round uiy dour. from all tho firlda tho snows have fled, i And through tho grasses liro n and mire, , Peeps tlio green promise of tin' year The hup that liintbt red with the dead I From piny night to dark rnrlne, ' The rlvuleta leap down in mint, And sliyly aa a maiden kissed, Blip nliubly into nookK miDceu. And ankle-deea in ferns and flags. They ehatter on tlirouKh eonpiee shade., And leftward twin! tiieir silver braida To hldu behind the beaked crag. The eolil hlrhta drop a pealy Tall O'er goldeu .lopoa that (true! tile can, And winding with the rher run. And iuto distance fade and fail. The willow l,swi ...

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 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS t pntdlhed dally (Hnndaya xcepted) by II IS Nil Y II K K I J Ac CO., 1'ROrillKTOHS. . Ornct TIXI-TriT, rp. CtrTOM-HOCUS. Tll CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS li delivered to ulwcrlber In Cincinnati, Coring ton and urronndlng cities and towm, at tits extremely low price of MIX CENTS A WEEK, PAYABLE TO CASB1BS. Price f Mailing. Hlhgle cnple, 9 cent; t month, iniii mum n, ; i yenr, VOL. Ill, NO. 30. , CINCINNATI, TUUSDAY MOltNlNO, MARCH 27, 1860. ntlCE ONE CENT. AMUSEMENTS. OOD'S THR ATKIt C'ORNEIt SIXTH AN I) VINK-MTIIKKTd.-JullM A. Kl.MLIl, w w nun i i ii r.-r i it n a Pnicrnur AtiHiHHinN. DrpRi Clrt'lc iitiil Parnuette. OQ ctit : Unllnrv, 49 cent. lum opvn t 6fi u'clw k curtain r.fi at 7. Hf-enKKPiM.t uf t)i v err tlio Actor, MB. OHAKFBAU. THIH KVENINd, March a, tho porrmna- o will couuueiice with tho new piny calli-d , LINDA; a, Tin rioAn oiRL or N'bw York. Mmp Mnrrlwm. Mr. rhanfrun; K'l. Ilrmllfy, Mr. .aiiKlon; Knilorlck Lllywliltr, Mr. Itnt.l; llarrr ltiil., Mr. Hull...

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 March 1860

llKNHY RKKD Ac CO., BDlTnaa AK FROHimit. t TUEHDAY.. . M AIM'll 1IT Prostitution and Destitution. Tlie author of "The Fable of the flees," a gentlemnn t ho was Imprisoned in England, tome hundred or more years ago, for having put too much truth in a sii-penny pamphlet, laid down, as the foundation of a rhyming essay upon society, the maxim, that "private vices are public benefits." The idea winch he endeavored to enforce was this: That society other things continuing as they are can uot afford to part with thnt progeny of human desires and appetites, upon which the name ot Vies is popularly bestowed. As he sums up in his conclusion: " Ho Vice In Vnrftilal fonnd. When U'ii by .It-stick lop'il and bound; NaT, whore the rs-ople wonkl be freak, Vs norrjisary to ill slate, linmrr In to mull m eat. Hum ViRTt'r. can I make nation III' In splendor: Ihpy that wouM reTtva A gol-lm air, must lie as free l'ur Acorns as for Honesty." There are few people in the world who are willing to admit thn...

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 March 1860

WANTED. mantis" "run BAi.K," "rim hunt.' SkT," rol'Nn," "BOAHrilNtt," o.-Ad. .ements coming nnder thcso headlnge, n.slox- ng Ave lines, will be Inserted wlcs fr 45 cent rAJiTKn-tMi-nEMHioys or i.kavss- ims uleiiNing art taught gratuitously to vis- un Jim i. n Callery, cor. Ninth and Ma aln, Ipwnnl. inarr-a re a gn,,u acnces may ueooiaiireu tor ion ce: UtB ANTEH-TO I.KT-To iind gentle- tiutn, m- twngrntlrmrm r.1 nnhmiltiliMl fmnt with lKnril. Atwlv o. 67 Mntii-tr-ft, "h Wnlimlnnd Ylto nm27li ANTKtt-A (il Klj-To tnkVninnf ciillciroii nu do fhnibrr-wnrk. Apply at No. 1:T "trwt, briwwn Hncennd Kim. mJ ANTED A HIT lTATl6yAiTTmclinMin In k private fttntflv, by a yoium man who in tlior v Hoiniitntt-fl wftli flip mninnwount uf hor-wi, in give the bent of rrfureiive. AUilretw M.J., 4 Hmiih uil Vaftnl Lot", .... f ttii. INtato Aw tit, 57 AV.'M Thlnl-p... HNTKIIWo Imrit niailr nrrHnimnipntii with t vTcni'u. tMPv rtw.iiiii n.iiim.B fair A. nt'litpy, mi pnct'lilne m uie iveHt-y f. tt urn prepare...

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 March 1860

THE DAILY PRESS, TUKHDAY.. ...mar on ar [From the New York Home Journal.] DWELLERS 'MID THE INFINITE. Oil, dwellere 'mM trie InSnlteT At peace aniuna tars,,,. , 0"r veariilna hearts sob audibly From these k,ne Iron bare. I,et yonr rapt eonse fure"ro awhile , Thi harmonica re hear; Tlii Rlnil arana-ela that V "In Aro born of reiuloina here. Oh yehploYcfl! look tMuWIy, Konrlve the Imn we shrn Thy bind us to your uut-tri'tclii'd arms; Wo gnu, but on our dt-iul. last nlaht thy umilr was on his Hp, Our strenatli was In his carts Ills brr-nst ior bulwark wcmru, awl now All that remains Is therel Ths starry sunl, an mile here, lli-nnl yonrcrli'.tl'il strnln Yo wo,nmI It toToumlilnloa rank, Our augulsu is your Kiul tlh. fearful human IotpI thnt r-mrs Thin o'it the rim-lraa cluy Tin- ration ufn bn'tikina heart, With uch roslsth'se away. With frcmbllnfs ami with teuuVrniw, We turn to vbul is left; I.ove fears to trot, tr lor hath been go cruelly bervft, Yo that our emits have h'Ted anil loft!...

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. — 28 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I. pnbll.hed dally (Rnndaye excepted) tr HENUY K. D c CO., rnorBiKToitg, p j orjrtCB nxr-STarrr, ore. entron-novsE. TIIKcftii'INNATI DAILY TRKSS li delivered to ul.wcribore In ClHr.Uiaatl.Covlnfltoa and inrronnding cities and tnwnit At tha extremely low , price of ! ' -' 1 1 t BIX CENTS A WEEK,' FAyAmLg TO CABBIES , ,. Prfer "WiiloV Plniilo copfoi. 2 oenta; 1 moutb AO rent-': a month-, U ; I year, ei:l. . . r v 't .''I.' T-T VOL. Ill, NO. 31. 1 CINCINNATI; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAItCH 28, 1860. PRICE ONE CENT. . 9 lsyeV A Cr '"'T'.V' .'V',1 ".' " A : A' : M-. ' j ., .r.ri. .. . ; ' " 11V- .! ; ' ; 1 . ! '.-. v.v 7,h(! :mit RATES OF 'ADYEIUISJ.NG; TJEJIXaVLiBI OA.3H. vr - -T . AqvertlMinenui not txcwtlnf fire Una (agate):. . Otia iMwriloo.',. 't$ One wefV...,..!)! ft Iln.. 1 SA One month 2 OO Tartar aflnirthnnM iHarirrtd at the Mlowln rata. I i'i" ftiraqwaof tea llaosarltau Onajnajrtl.ai...,... A A i f wn yrtrU ...M Karlt additional.. '2$ Thro we.'k.. i 01 Onajwi-...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 March 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HKN1J Y nKEUfcCO.,;; BnrfO us paof mrrou. WK TIN E"IA Y.7I.i T ....... .TH 4 IT CH - The City Kleetlona-Cltlacaa' CBTmtln. "AJl c(t!rns opposed to Democratic roU ru!e are rcquesterl,'' la Mm of the city po pers, "to meet at Orron ood Hall this morn ing to laminate a C'ilirenn' Ticket to he tap pcrtrj nt tho coming aprinf? election." . Why Democrntic mismlc? ,1s Opposition misrule an less objectionable than Demo crntie Urula? Tbe 0potition hai the eoa trol of tlie CHy Council now. Are tbe Citi zens to look to tliat as immaculate, in nomi nating ticket against Democratic Dhtruk? We desire to pronounce no condemnation on any portion of the City Council, but is the continuation of the Opposition control the highest ohject aimed at by the Citizens' move ment? If so, thero arc, perhaps, many of our citizens whose sympathies would not be enlisted. Then It could hardly be called citizens' morcment. If not, why specify Democratic misrule, as the only aim? Substantial citizen...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 March 1860

WANTED. - uKtV "FOB HAI.R," "'rOJl'llSltt1!' i.c-siy found," "noAniv" lscriicnti comlDg motor thes. handout, imm rordlnit flv lines, will lie lnrto. twloe 9. Icon.. VVAVrKO -A FAVOH-I,.dlr, Mil V IMrtlc u!.irlyJiili with children, will vrT miirh fWif, anil iflll lini-e ten time In Walt, it ot f llicm vIHtI-H JOHNSON'S) Mailer)-, M,,tY ami Main, In 11, o forenoon, In-dead of tlio afternooia, and ho. avoid a crowd, mug a .TAANTEfl-TO BtJIT Thn .to MxMxftirM of i v v n enijiii-.iy.cu hiii 1 endiblirtlieil Confectionery. V. Iilcll mill Mill o rilil. Athlrvu CONKKO I'lOMKKlf, Hilly Proas! k urnro. limaa-lr WANTKD-A l I UATION-lli a i aix yjr of Biw, u clerk In h tin fin twenty. inbt-r or nm "ni 'iTrinu noun, Adtlnwa W. 1'. H., .U? i IV N V K 1 TO P 1 ft rl I A S K On VTtt 11 1 1 1 H 1 4 , I tun. ill h-'nso nnd lot, not to ftroed fl,tNN. I VMrrnH JOHN H., fit Vilif Pre OtHc, ntttlng I.-m-Icp, lornMon mid trrm. V"ANTKI- Ml'H RiickinB altAtloiia mn elprltR. T W 1 .ihiwi'ii, h'M-k-kocm'in, t...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 March 1860

THE DAILY--PRESS. ..M Au.cn tm THE MAIDEN AND THE STARS. BY ARIELL THORN. Ilor face ni pressed aaalnst tin window pane, Hit lasled eve. Turnedupw.nl front ins wlilind glittering plain, To tin clear klea: , .. , The shining wheel, of n clotl! w.ln VVere rolling mil A tr'K of light, that fnrronoil the bine plain, lleyoud it .honci Orion walked in hrlehtne-. through lh. night, A nit from afar The I'lolada .eur ion uie.settffi'ra of light For the Ivet iUr: fpon the bniw of night the Northern Crown It "uti'il in pride, , . And the stern Hunters solemnly looked flown . Un either tide: The jeweled wave of Berenice's hslr Gleamed straiwli bright, And the wle lalv in her diWi-d ebwr , Wa.vei.rd i light; The haiy eplenil"r of the milky gone . Belted Hi" sky. Iti counties. gl"ries melted iuto one Whit, galaxy. THE LOVE-MISSIVE. BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON. A grains of gold that in the sand tw Lvdiati water shine. The welcome sign of mountain Unde 'i'hai veil the silent nunc Thnu mar the rivr of mr...

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. — 29 March 1860

. .lm lUUkaJ .1-11-, U.....I..I. H - - 1 1 J'; mil y uicuu c uu rnoritiKToim. ernes vinz-tbbi;t, opr. otrsToa-iror. J THE CINCINNATI DAILY I'RKKR U dollrercd to j i .iiuaenuora in uineiiiuiiu, viitiiikiii hum ! . i surrounding altlos and totrne, at ' ' i, th extremely knrw price of NIX CENTS A WEEK, , MTIBH TO CAIIin. j Frlev of JMV lint Bin gle enplee, dental I month, 40 conte; 3 montris, 91:1 yeur, St.!. . I AMUSEMENTS. ' ttrM)ll4 TltFATKIt CORNKRHIXTH ? AMI VINK-MKKKTD. JOHN A. &LUILBR, jrA oio aiatinuL-r mm y itnm uirrip ana raramttei OU ci'iiih; imilcry. U1 ri'iili. r, htyn .pca nj o clock i-nrtaln tlHto'Ut T. ' 1 ltc.engftgpmonf of tlu vowftHle Actor, ' 1 Hit. C1IANITRAU, Who will appfnr t Kin eviiilng In two chrctor. , TIIIS HVENlNfl. Mlirch J, tl por'rnnno will . rominiMict with, tbu (rt'tit Anmrlcitn Vomudy.Anu 1 thuouly etirrit-oilltinn uver prfwntril bwro, l4 Oltt AMKUK'AN COUSIN. Slimnr, 1h Butlit, Mr. (,'linnfnn : A Tronflianl, . Sir. KiMiri Aiici miiriMtt, ir. ihii...

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. — 29 March 1860

THE DAILY : PRESS. II KIN II Y IlKKUCOM ' toiroM 1 normimw. TRVRIRDAT- ..MARCH The Cincinnati Press Every Day In the Week. P : i. From thto.tlmtf we ahall publish th Pimi vary 47, Sundays aot excepted. We have decided oa thla eoaree from tincfjr tonvlo tion that SundT U the day of all other when , mental Occupation and aural influettres arc noeded, and bad appreciated by the people; and it mdi to, , unwise to deprive them of . . thee oa the very day whea teat from phyal ' cal labor creates- the irreetMt neoaAity for . them. Oar paper will not Interfere with any ' of the moral influence! of that day, but will, we hope, eo-operate with them, and agalnit the immora' tendencies to which rery many of the people are most exposed on Sunday. To quiet any coMcieattoiu scruples that might be aroused by the impression that in creased labor on "Sunday is inrolred in the publication of a Sunday paper, we will say what hi well known to all newspa per men, that It Is the publication of a paper oa ...

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. — 29 March 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," 'FIIH BAtK," FOR KBNT." LOST,'' "rOUSD,.. "BdABDINO." r.M--rcrtlarinewte coming trailer thee, heodlrtao, mt ek. Vwr tlve lines, will Ix Inserted rwtr- fi 45 cent TVA,TK'-N AAttNl-ln evory cltr and " '"wn ,n "', Vl'lte'l States, tnm.mif-oture.net .ell k new anil fltnl M-tVle, whlrh inn.t be nsed In every fat-l1v..fternnra lelngintr1luccd. Tilt sale will nlway. tie i. permanent as ftny article sold by IW'SSere. By liiclnning oeertohVir In a letter to mr an- rnM, a Motile nf the ertlrle will tin forwarded free ntfliUnUT Uiimrdlntrly np-n ivcofpt of thft Irttnr, tir v(Ar with full ruin nni Ji.tttriic ttoni for the note m txclulvr nupiicy of Hie twn In nhkh th part? (nfdrn. Kogivterrd Mtfin enno n my rink. nml- .1. W. TO HUT, (Inclnimtl. 0. V V II 'linniiirr. Nhitms ffowlnv Atitl fHnln.r-r.Kim inriK, i htki. I'-trrcru, Ufirucncm, Ni-rtntTft irivern, hrtlr-inn nuil FnriH Hnm.n. Thin in thpUor to flint tftliftitlf help, nmle i it frnmlf, fur city itnd comitrv, na Only Htir...

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. — 29 March 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. PLUVIAL MELODY. Are f.nini ell ervaildl TW're dancing en the W-wtopa, rh.7 re tlai tn.r're t I Biding in am iuan. ThT Mrf-HIre I ae, v With any thing tor keys, . BHnf tune nn the wlnflolra, ; imping Uwm mpmn Um tree. AllirM an 1ry treW TIMT B f iwr alar tlsirafiii - ; Ann v u nfimiT fXkela-Ml Llk lb bnIc of a dream. t AjSlOTtlMH 1ftMMIIt.fi Itff . - wb they'r dropping Into eavtef ; With a tenr trnm te tephyrs, . M V 11110 from the wavat, , '. Oh, tli a stream of anslr, ' And RoMn "don't intrnde. If. whn Mi Kin I weary. . lift drops a ln(rlai. -It tmm mi Ifthft varMlng Of th kin tm nil th txiwer, Bari been Ktrr into ret n-drnpa And u com. nit down In shower. - PLUVIAL MELODY. Spurgeon on Spiritual Peace. 1 remark upon th nature ef this mac? thnt If U hmmm mmAmml T..a rl.l ' uith mi anoitle, "that paMeth all nndentand- i mi peace not oniy mi ail toe sense. wj uie Dum. uu Trjr power l aatiatea with dcllpht, but the Bdilorstanding which can take in the whole world, and ...

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