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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 July 1860

CINCINNATI-DAILY PRESS ' U pnbll.hM daily (Sundays aoteaaeBtael, BT lUBJUy'HKMD Ac CO., . HOI"" TTOBS, . j ernoa vmB-eTenrr, n?f. cnrow-wonea, . TABtJINUINNtTI DAILY PBKS1S In delivered to I Buheorlbera ttt Cincinnati, -Oevlngton and . , ;. 'nrronndlof cltioa and town) at ' J " j ' ;. the Ttrtilr low .v J . . price of , 1 , I BKYBN tKNTK A VlfK, ' ' . WMI.I TO MMI1E ' ,1 , . i. tt&iUna. flinalo onplea, a cental 1 month, I 40fJntM month., ft I; 1 four, :J 150 AMUSEMENTS. LM. : I, CLEBIIATION -or TflE- : Grand Xlxourslon oriiig-,- TipofinAPmrAT- rxinv no. a. :, j 1 Tir Miami Grove. f ' . HE CINCINNATI TYPOG BtAPIOAL JL I'Nl'iNare rooking arrangement, to cvlelirata hi Fourth ol' .Inly in an nppropriata manner, by no mtuvb, twotily on nmca ; BRANDT'S CORNET BAND. VUtlnff of 8IXTKKN llimHUANH, with Bdm i tutHtrlng luHtruiueuUi, vlll furninb mtMtc An th uccWnn. , ... M ib tnrfrv, nplradM mid nnmmodlmw Vrm iTnw pAH8(T)ger-nt-niuur JtADISUW has twn Kpuaily tiiartfjimi !ur tui occiinion....

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. — 2 July 1860

Tin; daily ritEsa HffiNtlY 11KKU & CO.. vhitom Alt anrirvna. MONDAY.............. JULY 9 Thi unusual prevalence of thunder-storm! In various parts of the couatrr prevent ai ' Croto laying before oar readers, this morning, oar usual telegraphle dispatches. Business Conveniences. Our advertising column! offer to customers' good display of the principal commodities for use and elegance, and they doubtless show the best assortments of each in the city, as dealers, wboee stocks are broken or ran down, hare but little Inducement tp advertise. We have still room for a few more of the same sort, and we can offer to advertisers the in ducement that we can place their bnsiness before a larger number of readers in this city find Covington and Newport than can be reached by any other paper published in Cin cinnati. . . A Confession of Doubtful Good to the Soul. As a specimen of the proverbial Justice eliminated when some parties full out, we extract the following from an "able and clo- quen...

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. — 2 July 1860

WANTED. 1 Onrimin or Welsh Girl, to nree TJ,n1.,1'iI,,n,lM,rw,"',t- Apply to WILLIAM oianftflii mi tx'iumnia-st. '2-D I WANTFD-A COnK-A: in. w wanted at I ' ' " lh Uuckej. uirtlo fMn, ! Vinnt., totTMen Fourth U(t Hub. Hone but food took Jyn-b" WAMTEU-TO PUttCIIASK-A .mall Lot. with UuHau, on Walnut HilTa. Price nut ; to ccd low s to be paid for at frnm 2.1 to 30 per month, wltli intoree-. Aadrees L. B. 8., Dallr Press , , OUic: , , ' ; Jy-f ItriNTmi-A GIRL Who can come well reo. tt oiu ueiult'il, so do rhamherwork. or to wash nd Iron. Apply at lOtt t lllli-tt., between Vine uid Bac. jyS-b nrANTni-TEN CKNTWnaaposlMaqne y loa.ro the ci'T wlthont visiting JOHNSONS tiullery. Mutb and Main. Small picture tan c-nts. All ftlict kiaoa oqualjy cheep. Uood work. Polite attention, nrANTED-A'Touiif man with 7.1 or JlOO, to tako an interest anil aisist In a pleasant . tmsino, by which tiacan make too a mimtli ; alio mm Hluro cU'rlr7oiie farm liand, one t'fllce clerk ; nltto a nt-rnon an travellu...

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. — 2 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY. ...... JULY SHAR AND THE AGED WIT. - la far-da, I aide, tint. Hvd great king, Wh-.e name waa 8hah lNohlrwan. Twa. ble onet-m, whlnHlf h. heard ft good thing, To Mr '".eh I" and bit treuur-ertben would Slug A pur, u th fortunet. man. , . Tnlafctrg, vbert oat hunting on on fine day,- H a. a ...a ml.ntln. t lte rod. un tnd a.id. 'ttilh (MirhklrMmv. Don't y-m think you are throwing your time swart loo U tTu om fruit from theeei" or threa-tenr. mn t have wn swst tr d rri'tn trm tbat I did not sow: And would It not be haee tft.ratlrvig'. lil to,.k i.o thuuglitnf praiarltygaod. And paid B. tlhe debt low.!" "Zen. wb!" ntd tbo king . and the treasurer straight 10 inivia mm arn nn uimwn. "'Se. ee.1 fur good worn It It n.ver too Int.; Ood hetb finu tne fruit without needing to wait Befora all Br treee an town." "2h, aht" one wain. Er Hit word wat tald Another puraa fltwon Ita way. - UI Ood placed tbt orown on your Btajaeryx bead each a etrange thing arar heard of, or r...

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. — 3 July 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I. pubUahad ihllnllMiwiit mumrkiti k lllflJSlt-V tl. IT! f! T1 M.r rsn rriOl Tllll-TRKaT, 0P. OUSfOM-ROtnlS.f llltOminStUTttAlbYPaSS!! fc detlrirr! to umcniMTI In Cincinnati, Oorlarton ul f nrronnrflns Htle. and mm, al ' -! u rsstt :iir NKTKN I'KNTS A WB1K, i FAtASt TO OAMltm. 1 1 1, i1" Mnitina. Hlnaf ooplM, '1 cental 1 month, . ' ' fta-nta; JniontTu, it; I Tear, (iff A. AMUSEMENTS. CELEBRATION OF THE- Oranci Bxournlon , , ..... .-.OF THE- . ... , TirOCUAFIIICAL UNION NO. 3, To Miami Crrove .vkbrute theduy to yccomjjanr thein. Hill . . iV, 1 . ' - - i .',f,,NO,N,,',AT, tywwhaphuui, -- UNION re mnklii rruituiliU UneltlirMB I " Fourth f .lul) in hii aiipr. miuto uiutinor, by an icural.iu to MIAMI iiniiVE, twinty.one milci '" " tlio river, and cord tally inlto all who wieh to ur,n "i? auiKi B, IcKKI), Esq.. of the J Jiiilv Times, ill r. nri ftm Wurntlon of lode- p udenoa. goud orators will be poteen t, and nothing rJ" hn '"1L u,lfonfl -- will add to the enjoymen...

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. — 3 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. . HKNIIY RffiBDftOO w ' BOITOIUI AMD PaePailtTO.' ' . TliKBAK.-. 1.....'.(...JliI,y 3 A Candidate Defining His Position. In Mr. DongW letter ol acceptance, he reiterate! tbe declaration which he made when called out at 'Washington to respond to the nomination that intervention with slavery in the Territories means disunion in the following words! "The peace of the country and the per petuity or the Union have been put in jeop ' ardy by attempts to interfere with, and to control the domestic affaire of the people in the Territories, through the agency of the Federal Government. "If the power and the duty of the Federal Interference is to be conceded, two hostile sectional parties must be the inevitable re sult; tbe one inflaming; the passions and am bition of tbe North, and the other of tbe South, and each struggling; to use the Federal power and authority for the aggrandizement of its own section, at the expense of the equal rights of the other, and in derogation of...

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. — 3 July 1860

WANTED. .si'"a- ,'. " WANTS,". "FOB SAL." -FOB RENT." "LOUT," " FOUND," "BOARDING." Ac-Ad-, eTtiasnienti coining nrider tbes headings, sot ex. 'needing Bv. lfn.4..111 thalMAMad foe QK ranea WANTRD-A OTHTi To rtoMnlhontework. CU At No. 541 Plnm xtreet, uar Fifteenth. ' 1 TANTED SITUATION By a lrl, to do any i kind of work: will do wnMhlng by tht day, Ayply at 304 John-ili-ftM, neur Wade. jy3-h rANTKD A competent and willing girl to do aenerel hmiftAwnrk. Afmlv at Hi (Wrlks Office, corner of Third and Vhie-atw. iy.Vb WANTFO SITU ATIONBy a Protestant girl, m conic or chambermaid; best of r-ferenoo prlvn. Inquire at tbe cornor of Barr and Cottar elreole, , jy3-b ANTEI1-TW0 GOOD 01RI,H-0nf oook. tiro iitrier w bonMtnntnj mnt underntAnd i fhr biiittnM and cme recotntnendcd. , Apply at 178 Klm-Mroet, iiffir Fourth. jy;i-b MrANTEI At 2 Kit Fonrth-Ftwt, 100 wiiU fr thleotiy, Covington, Newport and ' other plf'e. AUo one good carriage driver and fiirni hmula. Jy3-b WANTED ORPHAN QIRI.-A famil...

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. — 3 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. TV BHD V.. ......... .. .JILT .1 THE PARTING OF ULYSSES AND THE PARTING OF ULYSSES AND CALYPSO. BY JOHN E. READY. The fjiwer.wr.sth sh. held In her taint hand i Jnhev-ded dropped upon the n-MnVn.eaiid, r Tha dewr rosea, tree of her rutt love, Sank there to di, pale nansies, and above, The anemniie tinfjiled her line leaf, Symbol and seal of an immortal grief f ' H ltn.lt and kissed ber folrte n-ean-ialed feet PnhMMied; aha waa passive, all waa past, Hha etond a woman there, forsook at la.t; 8he aaw, heard, felt not, tier's the agonr Whnee pulse absorbs an immortality. Hlowly the hero famed to her. and nintp Inrltnlnir, in that feature gave farewell ! Tnanewered. ahe hut aaw him In hie Rrftve. ' Hstpped froraearthand floated on the ware; An atom on the watery world, impelled To seek the human form ao lona wlth-held From hie deep bosom, that ataln would de-ell. And minglowlth hie kind and unrcpiuatcd, OKe way Ut passions petrified by re.r, And ("Id again ht. wile to h...

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. — 4 July 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS HUNHY ItWffiD ic CO, ,r r , pbof Rirroa. . , iioroiitATift)Aii,f fBitss u deliver U Iver to subscribers In OinHnnatl, Oovlton " .jmrawilag .rM ead-'tewes, at the vtremely low 4 price of MBTBN CBNTS A Villi PKcm f MaiUnf. Slngl. rjeplaa, 2 cents; I non 40 neat.j month!, l ; 1 year, f.. B. AMUSEMENTS. l:?r 0 nn A 2 i i Complimentary Testimonial, j fiKrinwATi, Ohio. .Fnii J. Wi. TOIfN FXt,tt.FR. RMU. i TRA ft WIRt- n ' We. the iinlfrxlK(ion, appirr-intfiig ymir rnvrlt u .nn ertnr, ftorl entertaining the fcift.iet upiuina of jron af "nHHTr una Frrniieman, i'r to innnoT yon ,, cimpliin-ntnry heni fit, tutake plef,at siu,! ttnit I V may bo donornlimt! bf yount-jff, 1 , V.h. rwpMlMlr, ywnt frWdfltf.1"1' w . Cyrus likrreU, r . , W. H. Pattere, i . A. V. Willi o. H. Oi-flrnr, ' ' Jimri I!. Carter, J. II. Outline, ' , " AamnHhaw, TV M. Htevens, I L. li. Fratt f W?K. Btjafey, r r D. W.M. Carthey - rhaltnn Metrair J. K. Morton, Htttnael JoIiomuu W C. Vnllofto, 'I'huN. H. ...

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. — 4 July 1860

'THE DAI LY" PRESS: HENRY HKEU Ac CO.i WEDNESDAY-, -.JULY 4 To Old and New Subscribers. . Th circulation of tha 1ail Tbmi baa reached nch dlmeaafona that tor dotible-cyl- inder pros to iundcquat to work off oar 1" edition in time to deliver it ta all oar city subscriber a eatjy aJa1 (hey wish. Consa- qucntly we bar to meet much complaint, V taajuatie vf .which wa admit. We ask their forbaotanca a Bhort time longer. . la the counte of thirty dnyrf we khall' hate a fast press in operation, of the kind clanged here as "metropolitan faelliti,'7wti wrabauhe able to terre our present subscribers with promptness, and to receive new ones, a thing which, in our present circumstances, is about blocked. , The Day We Celebrate. To-day is the ever memorable fourth of July, poetically called the nation s birth-day. It is held in commemoratien of the Declara- tion of Independence, an instrument which achieved our liberties. England had already felt the terror of onr arms, bnt that did not phaze he...

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. — 4 July 1860

WANTED. 'WAKf-V' " FOR SAL," " FOR BICNTV1 4tTJV '.FtHJHjP," f OJfcffcWWtf -QtAA' VvsjrtMeatoMafeemfK.- n.,M )) .,Hnfrf iWra ' Wnf ""J1""' W,I b4Un-rtert twle for 3il eenti In Covington. Must mm well recommtndml. Cull at No. f. wntnm-st., tjiii-lnnati. JH-n VATTFA a V tttt. fMlt M.Jn andVIn. Kmit not to exceed f 2MV) per fear. Addrtm P, WANTEII -BOOMS-Foiy gntlTuan and lady . iwofiriilHVif ftnftfH, A.ltttfelefii.r house tfoplti. Best of city rterence given. Address b., MrANTF-I-A HITUATIOM-Br rTtrf man, in a hotel or stor, a IMrfctrj ta willing to wnrV AJiImm V. M. thin office, Jy4-b WANTKIV-A HOimR-D Wiilnnt Hill-, of uot Ii'hs than live rooms. Adlre, giving lo , ration, rmit. Ac, l-o-k Boa No. 497, 1. O. jy4-h ANTf'O-r AN I RUSH OJ RL- To go aoont M , niilvt In Kentucky, tut cook and do general h"im wii k, ws-hing excepted. W Apply-M this oil) i o at (o o'clock A age- 12 pot week. . pi . jyw VANTBI- OICUM AN OT H It To no the ? wuik d t rhiaU family ou Walnut Kill. Ad- mrATtTE-IRt...

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. — 4 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. JI'LT 4 Andrew Jackson and Louis Philippe. Tho following itory of Gneral JuCksoo ha. never before, to my knowledge, seen the light: When he demanded of iiouig Philippe In demnity for the spoliation of commerce, the commercial Interest ws panic-gtruck in ap prehension of certain war, and our land was filled with invectives hurled by the newspa per organs of the monied classes against the great President and his policy. . It was said that he was either a blockhead, or a ruffian; either unable to count the cost of war, or re gardless of the waste of blood and treasure; determined to pursue his narrow and Ignor ant schemes, whatever the risk to the nation. One of the Justices of the Federal Supreme Court was about this period taking the great Ansiern ciuea en route iruiu ui hmwiu home to the capital, spending some time m Boston, New York. Philadelphia and Balti more. As he was known to be intimate with the President, he was waited upon by many kanlrDM mnA ,,'), ..lit. 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. — 6 July 1860

iWCmiTATX DA1LV PRESS J a.Mlafc' Mir nadr " ld-Trn u J i-iA , H H) f -As OOf, f BUPBIBTOB8. rrioirmiyTj'i cmlo jgoon. "ll'JIHOmSAnDAI ritESS III IUard if I I eju,.'ii llwia Mill j .i rI5rC)ENTHlWlK,", - ." wwiw'i,,',,',:.,i,1.,,,.., ifnnrf.J'Wflgl(i ivrH.4 tnii! 1 month, rente; imonitio, Hi t ibi, B3 BO. , AMUSEMENTS. -' U complimentary Testimonial. , .('lA01RNATf Ort!r, J II It 3. MMtJ JMHN KI,I,I.FBt KHQ.i DEAR H t We the inifJ.i0iir.l, iifnr-liitinn ff-iir fcfrjt n ar c or. awl iitrtiitiii iiw th hlctirwt Wninton of oii m I mAtiuir h1i4 pntlt-mM, heg f tmr yoli a. ronipliM.Qtnrf lnKfll, hvlnlio jilrf at lh.'h time M my b ilt'ni.miltntiMl by yimir. . tlriirrn. A. r . WtUM, i .litniM II. (JarterV '' Aamn Hltw,. ' I.. Il l rMt . ' J B. W. M, 'rth"y JB; M.Mloo, l.i " s. tt. IMivH, i W., V.llrtKi,.. . TIhw. 11. Hniiii'lfri llnwnrri Otmlvy, ' V. Onthrf, ',; ni 1. M. Hti..r'li ll: " W. K. H.lny, t'halton Mlrlf " , Kainiifl JohtliMii."' .. Bwtn, ' A. PartrMKi.,"' i w . .v. .lonnmin, r. M...

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. — 6 July 1860

mTTTTI TV A TT V ITOTQCl .L lirj' LTA1U1 JL XVI-iVjO. I 1IENHY HICK I J Sc CO.. bottom AxD raorarmse. . , FRIDAY ... ..JULY The Aliment of the New York Press. . The Japaneaa bare gone, and. the , Ureal EotUrn urlrsd Jiurt la Urn to we the New .Tork papu from felling into that rreo neat which always jnterreaea when local e eitementa and wonders fail. It is rare that o just a self-appreciation Is seen In the, world as is rfiown by the great dallies in that city in placing not the least reliance on their in tellectual resource, but deroting their whole energies to expanding local incidents and casualties Into line days wonders. A mur der will absorb the greater part of the spure df one of these papers for weeks, and some time months; the death of some of the park ' swans is made a leading topic fur days, and each erenta as the risit of the Japanese or of the Grtal EatUrnt thing as ssentially "played oat" as the Atlantic Cable exhaust their space and genius. When these things fail, they...

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. — 6 July 1860

WANTED. f'WUNTS." "VCR 8ALB." -FOIl ftTtiseuienls coining nuilar ihesa huatllnffs, not e.llnn nip Van, will e InsorUKf twtan fir If 5 cues 1 -.-rt1t-.W-- r WANTBD-A HIRO-To do s.neril hooao. WVnVT: a j3W i iVVH'i h .inplMln.ntr ApVlV V: J. M. Odll 1)0N 1 llllUr. iuaista an)! watva.rnw. jrs-lv AUTKII-TWO UMI Ottfl.S-Tfr do Plum- !' h Jt f- i . JiH tirlHTkll 'A ootnnu to cnokjji'ae kltrlwn rli-at., bMttnoti Main T lrf.-Auel af 38 Fltf pud flya niorif. ' Jyl-li "At lit? TVflltiTit-nt. ITnh-ip. una lif.m.r, tw . rn bmiHIv-TvnnlKTs and Iwu tiurti.rs. yon. arplr inh m thvr enn CMinencil riji".ftj, fiyft-cJ DAVIS KAK81I. "AVANTRW-A I K I, - Tt o "'" flKhtv . lull", lit anttl,'ky, to cot't and il gourill li.m,tiric. .M.hlntf Mtrptpl A pi-lj- ill SO Wft ViAirtU-at Jft-b 4 pTiM pajrltitftrtiant, a smalt Hon-ni. eiinUtKwtt- ) or aix roeum, Idcat.;! in tl in tit ir-.t-rn tirr i rnc Addua CAD fltb, l.oi k Box W, Hit ANTKOA lkrlhwt -UHnp-nniTii in T? -centra? part ei tbftMty. Knt not to wxrcod M ...

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. — 6 July 1860

THE DAILY 0 PRESS. FRIDAY... ,.,........'i.u..JJIjY THE WORD AT AUCTION. BY RALPH HOYT. Te world tor sale! , Bsng out the sign., Vi Cull sv.rv traveler her. ni. , And Mt n fropj-eertb, a bondage rree( . Tlsgolti!-vee, Imwn to niim . The bauble from OiT soutewaTL , Tl Mil sell It, whatsoe'er It brlnf- Th world t aucttoniiere lo-aai ! , ittealorlohlngto , ' Alit it bas cheated rue so sore. ,;;.".' J Tt la notwhat Umm.hu to be: ':'.'' foraalst It shall tie mine no more. I . Cone, turn tt o'er and view It well; I would kit bT)ro purchase dear, ' 'Tl gang uulnt I it l , . ' Wbo hldef who'll bur the Splendid Tear .Here's Wealth tn glittering hosl of gold. Who bide? but let me tell sou fair, . A haser lot eras never sold: Who'll bv the hay hear of core' . And here, spreaa uiu in or.wu Agooillv landscape all inay trace . . al" cottage, tree, field. hill, awl Who'll buy himself burl! place? B gm'i tore, tbe dreamr potent mil, , j That beaulr ling, around the heart. I know It power, alee, too...

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. — 7 July 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS a,.-,-As nkUtlml Ana It X, It K1CD,., ,0,0., . I...'! A 'A ..A. t w.i- rTT!!TP',-T"", pothtqh-jopw. " -? CC bfeoitiATl bAii.Y iti i. t.W..vd ntsorlbeni n Cincinnati, Oorlnitton and f """"v tu-rmndinr cities and town!, at i V- 1 ''' ' b trBinl loir ;- 1 -.v'LS. .''' rt0,ot '- BEYEN CENTS A WEEK,! , ;-( "i ' . a. 1 , i'i".''''''"'!- opIm. 9 cental 1 month. -tOoaun; months, 81; 1 year, J;T (if, ' """ AMUSEMENTS. IS?!? ?f fTJ .... 10 lmvc rom" "i Jii . g iii . aw,ilJM' I"'t)tfd nntil MONDAY, " " M l .mi ,h" B"w 5"H" the Little '' ' ' .-.il ... i 'lro?'1 """.pany, 11 ImimoMlilfi to c)iart.r ir : bihI, iinlinH 111 or Ink,, ih.m . h.w tt'OTnwiH AdvlnnMe tn cn'mfri. the Brn.nepm.nrH tn H""1 to Parlor Urind.' Vrbf. 11 Weber's. Ujr order o.;tu. Dowunittoo of Arrnng, Jvfi-c J.thS'nLrf.'. "n1 m"2; 1,8(1 on roaaonahlf toruii. , fc7 tk xwl.t or week. Jor partlcnlara, ,ppr to JOHN BaW(K i arVaa-if!' '' r'""" TUeatdr BnlMlnir. ' ftrcatnora-ntroat. nil 11 la ino Intention o pl...

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. — 7 July 1860

Til IT II V IMf L'VIC I , '. . " - ' rrn j HKNPV RKKPkOO., enirnaa .an .Bn.aitToae ' BATTJ&Di. ..JULY A New Democratic Organ. Gentril' enrrnoy h beta, gla to the report that en anti-Dottglag Democratic daily piper tM eoon ts gtartad in this city, and Win. 0. Morgan, ex-Auditor of State, and editor of the Newark AdveaM, fcaf been de-' sigoaud ai the editor in chief. . The Repub-. HcftO papers of this city, and some others, have been pleased to extol Mr. Morgan in this connection a the ablest Democratic editor In the State, a display of amiability chiefly due to the laudable desire of the Re publicans to encourage the Breckinridge movement, to which is added in this city the gratification of seeing a riral to the Enquirer which has for a long time monopolized the organship of the Democratic party. ,.i These motlTes, which are highly creditable to human, nature, account for the sudden appreciation of Mr. Morgaui ability as a writer. We don't know exactly how high a pitch it takes t...

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. — 7 July 1860

WANTED. f'WANIg," "FOR BALM,"" "FOR BIST." "LOST." "FOUNDi" "BOARTJINO." Aa-I-Ad-i(, werllMmeottMhut nailer t)trc lt4ite tote ! needing te jn4, trill be hieerJe I twHoa tier 5 eenle WAflTSD-A good German. English or Amer. Irnn hi rvent, In do KLiK-riil hoiisowork In a " fanatlr-tAgpit it! yrfirlAu. jy7-d WANTKD-OTRI.S-Two goM alrln unn for Ren-rai htmeewnrfc and wa.htna1, tne other to act as nutec girl. Apply at 3H 1'enlrnl-aV. JV7 s WANTED-A OIKL-To take care of a child and asitiet in the houeework. (lall At the north-west corner of sottrlb and Sycamore, third llooi , BiNjin 1, j jy7-h , WANTRD-OlHUi-ro work on pants-two ,'! baem ami three to linl.li-to whom the lilflliost eeri null eleaily employment will be given. Apply at !il9 , etlcbmoiid-et., Iietwoeu Lion nd ibtyuilllur.. - , ' .t I; Jy7-h MTANTKD-TEH CKSTH Y din catla mo In quo qiiufcre. Tb 1'lctnree at Jtlll NAilN'B l.nller). Ninth and Main, arc of the vbit beet tyle lu the art, and at astonishingly low prieee. Small t . .o...

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. — 7 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. RATVRDA Y .. JTJIV 7 MORNING—ITS BEAUTY AND ITS MORNING—ITS BEAUTY AND ITS BLESSING BY H. S. WILDMAN. Morn again with colds penoil, Tint tne eurraio 01 me casi, : And again hi robes of tinsel ' '''" atandnth In her b'dy chanoal,- vf ! t Making reedy for the ftat I .- .., f,.. 4 Oently tlnshlng, Gently blushing, ' ' , Llkae told before the priest! , .0h. what eoty thoughts wm .r ne, A we drink lb morning balm! u , ' Ak we view the Held be! .re us, , , As wa join tbs piea.aut chorus Of the morning's holy psalm I As at wander, As we pouiler, I the DMruiBg'a blessed saint. . Thoughta of other, happier boars Come tone with memories rife; And again we seek tlie bowers I Where we used together flowers. In the morning march of lifts Memories greet us. . i IMeatmres meetiti, Yet anataiaed br cere or strife. 1 Oh, how inncH of life Is wasted . ... In this so-call'-d world ot'blier, How much pleasure grain Is blasted How much happiness antanteil llow much pleasure do wa miss, ...

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