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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 March 1859

TIIE DAILY, rUNNY PRESS Ii piibllRlied dally, Bnnrtaye excepted, t 14 West Fourth Street, and delivered tn subscribers In CINCINNATI, COV. INOTON and NKWPOHT.and la eurrotindiug oltioe, villages and town, at RATES OF ADVERTISING. Tcrni Ctih. Adv.rtlsenuvnta not exceeding flvs lines (Agate) One Insertion line week .......-.........m..............jo , I no I M A WW -WW- One month... .... SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carjlor. - ' . sat Larger advertisements inserted at lha a,n. ratoa. for eouar of ton lines or leas: r One Insertion..., , . - Mo a i Each additional Insertion M One week M .. . Si PRICE OP MAILING. Single copies. m 2 eta. One mnnih... ...... ... 40 11 Three monthi II 00 One rmr 4 10 Two Vol.l. No. 7. CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1859. Price One Cent Three" .... One month.. .toe . 4 on .too AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater COBNKB SIXTH ft VINE Bts., CINCINNATI. Manager Stage Manager Treasurer ...... Boenlo Artist ... Principal Machinist Properties by George Woon. O...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 March 1859

OTJTCA tT-SL; K L AS T 10 METALLIC ROOTINC. Trice. Ti-nr to mlt tb. tUMwl Tlx hapPt anl Wart Mtat kooflud now n.ed. $ M b. t o At any of tu yam ;, I pmpMM dy for laying, and on b. allied by any person with ordinary mechanical .kill, rapidly, a. uo solder lag UraMirwt. Otrf.re f.r Koo(lD,froin any part of tk" onmUT, pmmritly filled. C'ALDWKLL CO. 7t IICATED STRHNGIUKNING PLABTRRS. TheM Flaat.ra er. excellent Ib kum nf twiii mid weakness In the utile. Iiraut or back ; also, in rh.nmatlc affections, riniKlia, Mtkias, apmlM, brnliwa. and kidney or acinnl ailec tloas. Tta. Arnica, Uatlmnnm, Pitch, Poor Man a And If.mlock I'lnitarH, nr niairifnctnrpd of various ItM, kid or cloth, and Poor laaii'aua paper, liyM. A. UUlt l ITH,nd .applied to dealers and drneWts n at goad term, a. any niannfaetnrori jn tho l H.JId IOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE of thoanmve, and alaoof OUITAK 8TBIX0S, c.a elwav. b round at 74 Wiwt Fonrth ilwl, ( Piano floamsof (). kf. Mitrch.) FullowliigsonKSjUit reed: Major I...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 March 1859

it TUB PRESS. f Cincinnati, TnMday, March 1, 18B9. All Sorts of Paragraphs. Onio Stati Co!tmtio!8. The Ropublloan Convention meet on tha 8th of Juno tha ' Domooratlo on tho 20th May. i That romanMo lad, Miss Judson, who mar rlod an African at Ponttao a while atnoo, him returned from Indiana, where ahe had boon with fi hor brother, having got a dooroo of diroroo. '' mi. t..j .- ji auo iiinuuruviuu vi juags jnonuioss to the lont mado mount br the reaiznatinn of i Judge Irwin, took plaoeat Pittaburg, on Tues day laat. ' ,( TheQraone County (O.'lAirrlcuUurnl Society hare determined to make three dollara, inatead of one. the condition! nf mnmhcrnhln ) fTl.. 1 . ft.- m -rt . . i xuo nuuiuor oi miioa oi iinuronei now open i in Texas, it 183 ; bcaldoa which thoro are 11 J milei more graded, and 41 under eontraot. , Recently, at St. Paul, Minnesota, a young 1 lady, aaid to hare become Insane from roligioua excitement, attomptod to destroy herself by drinking boiling water from a teakottlo. N...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 1 March 1859

STEAMBOATS. For New Orleans .Star Line Tucket , - . .IPfc Tho.tranier l.AXIHS, Cupt. Holt, , MtfjuiBTC-!!' leave tin Tnmda., th l.t inst., lit" I . v '. Merchants' Inileriomiont Id'no For N'pw Orli'iws. fc."!E.N Steamer Kolt'nYAYNIi;. ('apellate, MMMUMaMHWHI IfAVt Oil 1 llf'SMU.V 'J' !! 'I'V.;; 111 ' 4 P' ra For St. Louia. Kxiiresm Lino. a TTT I1 '''"Iot 1.KHIHII, t iipi. M k, iWTn ii TrHawlll Icatu till. Jul, at p. m. lli" i , ' I r ti T. ii Y ii i . I For MemnhiH IWuliir 1 iit'ki't. 1 !CILljS hteainrr tU.KNDA l.i:, Ciipliiin i ,u. ' IliwiNA "... I j'ur.t. honk The steamer W. I. MA( LAY, ftstrll.lol'. Viil leave this ll:i. I II I S A I II. Hogtilnr Packet IW JSt. I.ouis A' ICrokuk. .P" K Thn slenmcr Mil 'M. WAL- .-..A I. MK. t iipt. 4 'ami II. vlll leave . I III) LM. til I l. Ill . I li " I - I ' . Merchant' tiuli'pcnilciit Lino I'm- New OvllMlllf. a, Ihe steamer ,i. . risi.Mii.i, Cspf. Seutc Mill ll'le mi Thur. IKWIN A I the :'At at 4 p. in. For Memphis nml New Oi'lriiii - . H Ste...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 March 1859

TUB DAILV rENNT PRESS" ' la publlebed dally, Sunday , . I C 14 West Fourth Street, land dOlvwrad to mncrrbfa In CimivWATI, ;v kniiiM .mi VKW lMlHT..nl In iivrnuilfliua eme.. f Village and town, at SIX CENTS. A WEEK. . ) payable to the luriif. t It, 4 .llii"; PRICES OP.MAIX.INa. Btngl onvlo One month..... Three mouth., .One inf ....... AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater CORNER IIXTH TINE In., CINCINNATI, ....a..w.........iV."TOMB0OW. ..h.....A). C. Bbvakt. Manager Stag Manager. Tnwmnr ...... tn.nta Artist.... rnostpai xtaeuiuis,, ur........ HIIIi.tln.n J, Howard Rmimin I...W. ft. HAftStflOM, WM. tO l propertl woxic TIVH CBAKOID. Poor n 4t AN O'olooki Perform not eommmees I tfXo'elocki.,, , 5 DniOIrclandrnrqnett,8onU; ramllr Olrcla, Great Attraction I ' TITTH Aim, XAWT WtlK OF ' - - r- ...... Mr. & Mrs.pELliSLEIl; Vlntb nlht of the fitlrr apecteola of - - Whleh will ba nrmantad in a "ttlfl of eleganoa and plendor narar orpa.anl l America, t . ', ..4 WBPNMDAT KTKNIRa, Mrrb I, will tr. MDt...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 March 1859

Ml a and BW YvrrCjn.T'8' ELASTIC" METALLIC- f BOOI'INCI.' r-leea Mara4 lo anil lb thsaMf i . ...... h. .. .. I ii,....,. miit nmf. IT 4B be pat on at any senaou of lb Taarr le rdy for Win. and ana b applied b war r Vltb ordinary menl.antcal skill, rapidly, u f ta required. -Orlar. hr ft. MlllUif. II .1 ant part; of cai.ow i.i.i. jr iICATib!sTRKNaTMRNIN rLABTITB. TIhm Hivtera at .tc.lMlt raaai.etae la InwItCMcl or pnln nn ". ,et attack; alao.la rheiimeti'lea..'iiKa aa.earaina, l.ruU", nil Mduay actiiaiaal . Th Arnica, 0ihu. I'il.b. four ' H.lk P1..ra.ar maauleruirrl uf tart.. ' ttoaa. aise. kid .iraeuui.aiMi wr ieu auti puyr, .. A. R1 f KITH, anil aupuliad to daaleni ami ilrnKlfl au good teriae aanny aianiilacliirer la the II. . hi (ft "VIOLIN STRIN V of taa ebote. caa always be fonnd Roemc of 0. M . M Mazer la nlinanil If a l.ered Una and There'a aot a HeMh Al Alone, bf Millard.... 1'r' 'armiag Walla, bf 11 inkle, - . -. . '-' tn:. T. VONItAj IKe l aaltaoauiaarwlhllx Ih.tcaa awwlbla...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 March 1859

TIIR PltKSS. ' ? Cincinniti, Wednesday, March 2. '. States' News. 1 ' i I Thi Lit Rilo-d Cokvkktiom. The Cleveland "Herald" has t following: 87 soma railway mem. jut returned from New York, we lean tb&l the sitting of the Conven Mob was s- thing but harmonious. When the question of the rates of freight earns up, U Southern linee were Terr willing to allow a redootlon on Westward-bound freight! to Chicago, but' bitterly opposed a redaotlon on the Cinoinnati rate. Mr. Garrett, of the Balti more and Ohio, wit particularly tenacious on thli point. The Cleveland, Colurabui k Cin cinnati Eallroad delegate wae sailed in te peak for that road and ita eonneotloni, and finding it to be the determination of that road to hare all the leading Western points treated alike, Dean Richmond announced the reeolre of the N. Y. Central to itand by ita Western eonneotloni. Ultimately the Northern and Weitorn lines carried their point, and ft tariff oa Western bound freight wai adopted, reducing rates...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 2 March 1859

STEAMBOATS. I Vta-rtianla' T.,,l.,L,tcnt l.t,, 1 FOB HEW OBUCANW.' IrrfJ X4C3.0flrmlir. will ( on TlirHSI.T, the M lull,, al P. M, inn IS r VN' Marchanta' Indepenilent Mn.f7i 'if, 'J FOB NEW ORLEANS, ' . i . . T '- Steamer FORTWAYNB.CaBt.Barr, lfe''i7T-"' tear THIS DAY. the rrt Inal.. at 4f7m. tt t- ' ' HWIH 4 CO FOR BMrHIIIBICOrf,AR PACKET.'' - ' w kKTJ Steamer ULENBALB, Captain Jrfyl'irSjBujihr, will leev on TH TBUnAT, ni.3iurr p, .. , ibwib h. BEOfJLA K TftCK FT FOB ST. T.nriS K KOK ClT. t- !r"J 3'h 'turner SIR WM. WAL JtTii. LACE, Capt. Campbell, will leave on THIaliA., tae 1 in., at T 1 few. N A OO .. ItterctiMita' Independent Llm.) ' ' ' ' v FOR NEW ORLEANS. ,. w mJtlFOlS The steamer J. 8, PRINGLE, e-.Trti?TC Otll. Nr-vr-,, will Imi on THl'BM. liAV,th .iint at 4Jf. I HWIM DO. fob air. Louis and kkoki'k.7 wTP"" Ja. Thestonmer GENERAL PIKE, . . -l ' J i i 1-rw.j i a, i j ii i wan. anr-.-M' apv. ,,wr r-- ,, -will m,p vn r-.- , Uio.il b lust- at 4 P. M. A. u.arnnnni i ' Walnut str...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 3 March 1859

.THE DAILY PENNY PRESS In published dally, Sunday excepted, at 14 West Fourth Street, and delivered to subscribers In CINCINNATI, '.'0V 1NQTON nnd NKW POUT, and In surrounding cities, villages and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK. payablo to tlio carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. Hlnglo copies , 2 eta. Onci ninnth 40 Thron months 91 on One yoor 4 no AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater . CORNER SIXTH & VINB 8t., CINCINNATI. Manager Stage Manager.... . Treasurer .' Scenic Artist Principal Much'iiist Properties by flronnB Woon. I. ('. ItUVANT. P. II. Umstkii. I. Howard booms. W. E. llAItttlNON. Wit. Kuan. NOTICE TIMK CHANGED; Doors open at Pi o'clock; Performance commencos at 7,'t o cioca. TRIRES Of ADMISSION. Dress Clrclo and rarquotto.Ol contsj Family Circle, 2.1 CCIllS. Groat Attraction! FIFTH A.ID LAST WEEK OP Mr. & Mrs. ELLSLER. Tenth nlglit of the fairy spectnelo uf NAIAD QUEEN, Which will bo presented In a stylo of clcgonco and splendor never surpassed in Amoricu. TllfltSDAY EVENING, March 3...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 3 March 1859

ELASTIC METALLIC ftllllli'l Nil frle. redllreil to Hllit the llmw! The cheapest and best Metal Hoofing mm med. It can le put on nt ny season of the year; Is prepared ,dy for laying, and cimi tw applied bynny person with ordinary mechanical skill, rapidly, unsolder, tug liireuuircd. Orders for Uooflng. from ony pert or tliociontry, promptly mini. OAl.IiWKI.b A I, TS Columbia sin-el. Cincinnati, MEDICATED 8TKEN 0 T If K N I N il . PI.AHTK.B8. These Plasters ltr excellent reinoi los In eases nf pain nnd wfiiUli- In the side, Iirmiil or bock also, in rheumatic aHertioiis.coniilis, nl limit, sprains, bruise", and kidney ;r siiluiil nner. timis. Tim Arnica. Oiillmniim. I'lti-li, Poor Mini s mill Hemlock IMiixliT'. ni' niiiiiulnotllird ol various dies, nn Mil iirrlntli, and Poor Iiim on paper, l.yH. A. GRIFFITH, nnd supplied tt dealers mill dnuiKisl. ,in ns good tiTiim as nliy uiiiliuhVturcrs In tin) I ; ! J l'l VIOLIN STRINGS. A O00D ARTTCLE nf the above, mi l nlon .if (JlITAIt STIIIMIS, ...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 3 March 1859

THE PRESS. Cincinnati, Thursday, March 3. States' News. Imrcrhectio! i a Jan.. Wo nro informed 1y tho Ohio "Statesman" that tho prisoners in tho jnil of Franklin County made a bold ef fort to oscaiio on Tosday afternoon Inst. When the jailor (Davis) requested them to re turn to their colli after dinner, thoy displayed lirick-bfUd, taken from the walls, nnd ono fol low said thoy had concluded not to obey his commands, and that If ho attempted to enforeo them they would givo him his quietus. For nn Instant mattors looked rather ominous to the jailor, who was alone among tho scoro of KMKubonds, whoso scowling countenances bo tokonod no good to him. The fellows knew thoy could pontics upon nnd ovorpowor him in n moment; but thcro is that in tho sight of ft bravo man standing in a perilous position among such unequal numbers, which will In stinctively koop at bay oven wretches lilto Ihoso, who were only waiting for somo ono to brain, nnd they would have inndo quick work of Da vis. But ho...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 3 March 1859

SELECTIONS. "TO MY REVIEWER." tOno of the revlew-ora of Lady Morgan's late pro. ductlotis exercised hl functions as critic to a dcgre somewhat offensive to her bidyship hence tho foU lowing. My life l not dated lj- years. For Time has drawn ik-lrily his plow, And they fay scarce a furrow appears To reveal what I ne'er will svmv. Tilt the -iii.-lt Is iotir1it. Mill it slow Will full o'er tho dream of my days. Anil brighten the hours ns they How In I lie siiiim't of memory's rays. For ns long n we frol vo enjoy, Ami the lieiii I set nil dntisat defiance, Ami. forgetful of Ufi.'H Inst alloy, Ith Time make a holy alliance. Then talk not to tno of "iny ago ;" I appeal from the phrnne to the fui't, Th it I'm tohl In your own brilliant page I'm still young in fun, ftmry nini tin t. SYDNEY MORGAN. Tiik Hatkrhs hk Ykxkzi-ki.a. The cattle farms or halt of the Plains nro owned, for the most pnrt, by the Creolo residents of tho cities which dot their outskirts, hut ore inhnhitcil only by tho se...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 March 1859

Till, n&IIiY PENNY PRESS Ta auilillahAfl ilntl-. Run (lava MTRnntnd. t 11 Woh Friiirt.h '' Street. J end fluJlyd to,iWtHwit 111 CINCINNATLCpY-.L r 1NOT01 oi MKn'PUHTii'Jtq in surrounding cities, I : villages ann towns, at SIX C-NTS A WEEK, payable to the carrlor. .'FltlCE OF MAILtNG. (Jingle copies.................. 1 ctt. flnn Bin nth - - . 40 " Three months .. fl OA On year 4 no ' AMUSEMENTS. 1 "Wood' Theater , CORNER SIXTH VINE StS., CINCINNATI. Manatee. ,,J...... Stair Managor Treasurer , Scenic Artl:t... ............. .Ororox Wowv . (!. HnrANT. P. II. llMKTin. m (.JT ItoWARn Ronr.a. Principal Mnchitiist., ,..W, K. HARRISON. t et i t it i ( KOTICE TIMB CHANGED; Doom opon at OX o'clockj Paribrmanoo oommonce at Hi o'clock. PIIIOSS OF ADUISSION. ', 1 Prriw Clrclo and Parijuctte, M cents; Family Clrclt, zo cents. rtTTlI AM?AST Webk OF Mr. & Mrs. ELLSLER. Latt Opportunity to See tt Naiad Queen. BENEFIT 6v MOOM ELLSLER.' FRIDAY AKO ATt!RDAY ETKNIN'oS, March 4 and . will ba pre...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 March 1859

OUTCALT'S, BLAflllO-WKTALLIO ItimKiNO. Prices reduced o mill the times! The cheapest and beat Metal Hoofing now, ned. It an Iw put on nt env season of tli year t I prcrwred vndy for laying, mul ran be npplioil by any person with ormnary moeimnioai "Kill, rapiuiv, a. hoh'iht' lug in rooiiireil. Orders for Rooting, from any parlor llio o ontry, promptly filled I flVi:l,l, A CO. i ontry, prr 7S 132 (Mi iimbla street, Cincinnati, . BDIOATED STRENGTHENING Xlm PLASTERS. These plasters are excellent romei '.lee in cases of priln tied weakness In the side, breast or barK ; also.in rliennintir affections, coniihs, iiitlnnn. sprains, bruises, unit kidney "r spinal nfTeo. tlnns. The Arnica, (Iniluimim. Pitch, Poor Man' niol Hemlock l ,ters, urn mnimfnctmrrt of various slces.nn kill or Hith, and Poor Man's nn popor, hyN. A. OKI KKITH, end supplied to dealers nnd druggist on as good terms n nny mnnnfUctin-ers In the V. r. ll VIOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE Of 111 Ihe above, unit elsnof Ol'iTAR HT...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 March 1859

TIIIIPKESS.- Cincinnati, iFriday, March 4. States' News. Th "Pakhajiiii.k," Va. Thsj question of 'Z VnT hTtTs'Z- ii . . .. m r t . r 1 l T i i .i. ti wi ' iilnrl Vtinwn tha " Panhandle " nf Virginia. I nnd annexing it to Pennsylvania, ii not a little exercising tho pens of newspaper editor and correspondent in that portion of tho Federal Union. i One of tho last propositions is that Virginia should make morchandiso of this politically dis eased continuation of its othorwiso conserva tive "Dominion." It comes from the "Herald," of Wsllsburg: ;.'' " If Pennsylvania wants ns, she would prob ably be willing to pay something. Virginia won't give a red to keep us, for we are poBti lent heretics to her creed nt best, honoo we had bettor mako overtures to the former Btato. The assumption by Pennsylvania of the debts of the city of Wheoling, guaranteed by Virginia amounting to half a million would doubtloss satisfy our old mother ; and thon, if Pennsyl vania will assume to pay tho oounty and...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 4 March 1859

SELECTIONS. Modern Instrument of War. In one of tho storlos of the American Wr of Independence, a "British officer feint how he wa once posted with a couple of riflemen in cldse proximity to the enemy' llnei. As thoy were peering through tho bushel by Wuloh they were concealed, mid rooonnmlorlug the ground to as good purpO!o a possible, they observed a siuglo horaouian . approaohlng their place of ambush at a quiet pace, and without the least suspicion of tho danger he incurred. . As he drew ncaror tho officer gave the word to one of his men, and the rifle wag turned with deadly uim, but at the Inst moment the ordor was countermanded. Twice was the rtdnr covered In this manner, 'and twice did the ofliccr, from a reluctance to take even an enemy at such disadvantage, forbid tho soldier to fire. A few days afterward, as he tells us in his narrative, he found out that the horseman was (loncral Washington, and he congratulated himself upon his forlcarBnce in having saved a life which di...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 5 March 1859

THE DAILY PENNY PRESS It pvihliihed dally, Sundays excepted, at 14 West Fourth Street, And delivered n subscribers In CINCINNATI. COY- INUTOM and NRW PORT, end to aarroundlng ostitis, village and towiw, at SIX CNTS A WEEK, parable to th carrlw. PRICES OF MAIMNG. Blnfflncoplna Sctff. On month..... m 40 ' Thr monthi...H....M..M...M....,.,w..M.MMMM......... $1 00 On jwar . 4 00 AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's, Theater CORNEtt SIXTH VINE St., CINCINNATI. Man MoT..., Stag Manager. ..Oroaos Wnnp. .........!). (J. JlRTAKT. , P. B. I'MSTRP. .J. llnVARn Room. W. K. IfARnisow. WM. KUAX, iiilWlllliw Treasurer . Scenic Artist Principal Machinist Properties by I ' , ' K0TICS TIMK CHAlfdKD; Doors open at tH o'clock; Performance commence! at i! o cioca. PRIORS OF ADMISSION. I)nM Circle and Parqnette, M centii; Family Circle, 20 cent. TITTIf AND LAST WEEK OP Mr: & Mrs. ELLSLER. Latt Opportunity to See the Naiad Queen. ttATUItDAT EVENING, March ft, will be pre. tented me uoautiim oomeaiiodrnniaeniiuea t , B...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 5 March 1859

OTTTC ALT'S L AS TI0MBTALLT7 ROOFING. Prices rednced lo suit tbe llmesl The rhMpmt nd best Metal Hoot nf now used. I can Ik put on at any season of th. year; Is prepares idy for laving, nnd can be applied by any person with ordinary mechanical skill, rapidly, 0""1'1"; Inn le required. Orders for BoolJn,frotn any Barter Hi" o. oniry, promptly filled. UA Ll KI.L CO. w -uuwt, F ( &,i,,mj,.le street. "HP Ji MEDICATED STRENGTHENING PLASTKHH, These Plasters ere excellent riimn. lea In case, of pain and wessnnee in the auto, breast or back i also.in rheumatic affections, eouglis, asthma, sprains, bruises, end kidney or spinal arlcc tioiia. The Arnica, Oulbanuni. Hitch, IW Man a ami Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various aiar-a. na kid or cloth, and Poor Man a on paper, hvH. A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists onus Kuoil turuisjisany luanutuw InJbjiJaylJil VIOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE of tho above, and also of GUITAR 8TRINOH, ran always be found nt 74 West Fourth...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 5 March 1859

THE PRESS. General Intelligence. TmiPKRASca Grown IitTivritiuTit. The good people of South Charleston, Ohio, are In a state of frontlod commotion on the suhjoot of Temperanoe. It sppenrs thnt, like many 0th re, they or Some of thorn here eomo to the conolusion that morel moans aro not alone suf flolont for the suppression of the nnrtuosUon nbly hideout evil drunkenness. Acting ttpon that conviction, a public mooting wm bolden In In rtl...l:. T. --i -1 - I L ... ... ...v tnviuvuiov j!iMBuuirni vuuruu, iitei, men day, for the purpose or mapping out tt well defined plan of an Immediate campaign against the numerous groggerlcs which bare of late sprung tip In their midst. After a great doal of speechifying, and the passing of preliminary resolutions, the meeting unanimously, It Is said, decldod as those "who knew tholr rights, and knowing daro maintain" to make one more appeal to the rum-sollor of their town to shut Up shop t thnt such anuoal nav. such drumml should be made personally b...

Publication Title: Daily Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily press. — 5 March 1859

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR " THE DAILY PRESS." Congressional. Congressional. [THURSDAY AND FRIDAY PROCEEDINGS.] SENATE. Mr. Mnllory endeavored to ap pend the Florida claims, bat failed. The bill wan Anally passod. Yen 35, nays 20. A mcssnge was bore rend from the President, Appealing to Congroaa to proservo tho credit of tho country. Xhii waa the last day of the present Con groaa, and no appropriation had yet been made to pay the outstanding Troaaury notea. From the information furnished by tho Secretary of the Troaaary, it la manifest that the proaent receipts will scarcely meet the ordinary ex ' penses of tho flovornmont. By the end of the llscnl year nearly $18,000,000 will be due, with a conaMernblo amount paid on dutiea nt porta, and no means linve been provided to actllo them. Thua tho American jieople will be dis honored before the world. It la impossible to li void this catastrophe unless provision be mado ly Congroaa within the few remaining houra. I...

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