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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 July 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS ' Ii nbuabed dally (Sunday, at wee) y HENUV HHKD CO., PROPRIETORS, . vNwma' .,.- "MM ,-waaaeawawa.aa"""""- n becrlber la Cincinnati, Onrtnrto Hi CltM tM'IMIN4 Mf uttiMMtr tow "i of riV BBTKM CBNTB .I T . t!.1 llPfWK2i ill Mvm a HAJliM -Jllnla fwnrfea. a rmtw 1 4out; ftmcnthe, It I year, f l ftO. AMUSEMENTS. i. i) ii srtt el'-nl V V 4t ii n""' ln.T it'f lit al' lil - o o HI P5nnIHE;VA).'Ar.!BURGH SHOVH l.i,i.- lliw-OIHIm'nl d r 1)1 tmrh:'. .' "I"4' (nitil niMn nmw v a- ft vn . at. (111 K"..IT' ' IT "n, I 111 i i A 1 1 1. ' .nn iili'blMi ,f-u ' ili' I- I -ill lir l .a .j: ia1 ! rW .aA-'roiEtt" ,,m rvi ar v.iw.n. ,l!D.li; T 1 1 ' ivm i T 14 ."! imut i.wl yil) -llh 'Jill I i.i i ,.1 ,n1il-it "ll -WOOD'S tHEATER. 9 1 fit ,niauiiui I I" io-itt V I', ' "- o I s S I? ifVt i- ..! . IS MUSICAL. 5 n 1' HAH INSTRITMBNTS IN STORK nd ftr sale. C4ininit Mta of ftnrlnr lUitvr and FiHton-valvA Has-- Horon, oTv-nhuuldcr, iHrcular mnd upright, (rum tti bent French mud (Mrm&u...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 July 1860

par MNi.''0,-t ,OY!...-,t' THE DAILYRESS. . IIBJfH V HSKU & CO., nrroM And raorai.niae. ' SATURDAY -JULY VI Manufacturing Criminals. J K. ii fVI" t" On would tappone tbis inperfluouB ope ration hi thii city. We h are a metropolitan average of murder,, an 4. .robbery on iba street 1 almost a nightly occurrence; nor .3ki tb actual criminals to certain to b arrested, that, the police need he looking , , around for new ones, to keep their hands in. i " Tet by the police reports In our city papers, it would seem that we have a process for man Ina criminal, in full operation here. The mode is shown in the case of William Prince. reported in our paper yesterday. He Was arrested some time ago as i reputed notorious thief; on the charge of vagrancy. This vagrant act, we will remark, is sim ply an act by which unlimited discretion is given to the Police Court of this city to ' arrest persons and tend them to jail. One of the things that constitute vagrancy by this .act, Is thus recited " ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 July 1860

WANTED. ,lMO0 liWAKt" "fORBALIi;" "FOB BEST." "Loexvv.u'ouao, iioardi"o." Ac-Ad. twrtleementa earning ander thaae hadlng Mi n Ti"1 ,T tt, wfll P Iravertad ioe far 113 cent XVANTKIV-A OIltl-Tl do i :'T' ' " fourth..!., Wt general honae- ween Vine anil IWf, Irai-b- JirAMTKIA 8ITtMTloN-An iiKlxml s ' f I nnrae walt a situation aa night-watch for j ick Jll end tiihirm.Kj U 3U Davld-st. ., 7"ANTK0 A 1Rfi-Ts ilrt wftral house fHT I f f work. Inquire t B41 Plnm st , mi Flf teeulh. .lAerman preferred. Jy2l-lr lrtoA V,-NTKA BOY About tw V t,. B, oil In ft-rd-store., Uv'i fa wArajly-vp, 910 llrj.lway 'i twelve old, rmaa pri-Terrca. jyji-v. WANTKU-By e re-pectahlo woman, a sltne- T tlnn ilm rliiiiiihnrniAld aim main MfianifflrrnH. ;Btt tf r"fareeolt.in Ad.truH w., thlt oi .. v " ' CJyi -lll ; i WAJITHI) -A OIt,-To do tht htmwiwork of i''i:?T a ninaii fciollv. 0n tio k noo4 wanh'-r (H I k tr'r,4if) tanriokwaia rlolti writing, will Hnd ''' "" nmir. Iiumlre at 1i Xluii it., H,oa rj "larfc. - , I ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 July 1860

hxtmm... THE DAILY PRESS. SATURDAY ..JI LT at THE VANITY OF VANITIES. BY WM. M. TRACKERAY. tains that eliaretarisuo rB tons the nan of laa How spek oTold Ml ftnrl 8er ll,-;-.((t ,. tHIUxtlonlloti.rton.) , ; Thi. ll'e ..f ours, he said, Isslieer ,, ' . il'i , JtemlBaw MrtaHe. 1 i . th'.1 .., ,1 "' ' Otrodentof thtagllded ok, ; il I i Declare, while mnaing on Its pages, ; ; It truer worn. wt.ro ever .poke 1 ; '' .,. Ir imimi, ' ,, . French, Bpnleh, XualtHk, Baastao, Germans. . ' ' ' And In ths vuluine (.'lisle,. Bur yon anay nu a hundred set moos 1 Whlht.'orla.oflirehr, Mora lid than all rumaiicar' storl.; What woadrnu. traoaliTtnatloue eueer, What hiW on btunau gloria.! . iw I i , Isatthsmafet Sorrower forKwa! " : I ' " What olir-nicl of Fsta 'ssurprl. , ( ..... s Of adrere. Fortune nobly borne, - . , Of Chaoi, changes, rUli "BBS 1 , , I . of .! , sej . , 1 ' Mow strnfte record her I written I , .... of "mx1 nnkinuiy smitten. Bow h n t !!; UK I , . How high titer war, ana how lhJ tum...

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 July 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is pnbll.heri dally (StrBriar. not oeted)tT ; ji ia.iv siv im mix o oo,, FHOP BIKTOBA. I . ubserlber. In Cincinnati, Oovrattoa ana rronndlng oil It and town, 4 r , ', , SSTHl. CENTS. A WXBK, . I i- i htum to eAaatia. '" I (Vie. JfriM. invF eoplee, 9 9nti I month. 4ttent.) S 'IMi 1 1 t year, : (Iff. AMUSEMENTS. riRST GRAND FESTIVAL , -OF TUB TRADES ASSEMBLY OF CIXCIXXATJ TIIR TRAPFf, AHMKMBLY, OU(MN. IKD fur the prumution of better fhng among the various clajwoe uf wnrklnK-pien in Cin cinnati, have made arrangements for a grand Re nnlon Festival at ULKNUALE, on SATURDAY, .Inly 24. There will be speaking and dAncing, ao conipniiifd by the music of two superior hand. VuMMiTTaE or AaajtNOBMKnTa 8. li. Whittaker, vYm. Hcyuuldf, Jon. Urannan, A L. Uobinuou, V. Pohlmnn, r. Felix, A. lloUl.run, S. H. lomlinson, II. Kiippolt, O. I. Keackert, J, M. Robinson, 1'. Lam- b.Tt, F. I'llllllM. MAHAnr.ne- B, T. M. Eaton, IT. Hoven, R. Bell. rrrlh, I. II. Mnrdock, Uasper Oam., B...

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 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. i ,' urroat am raoranroaa. ' '. MOM BAT.. ..MTLY i!3 Massacre of the Christians in Syria. . The statement made in the Buslneas Men's Prayer-meeting, that the American miuien aries hare not been interfered with in the ' general massacre of the Christians in Syria, was erroneous. Habelya, a town of 6,000 inhabitants, of whom 4,000 were Christiana, who were given up by the Turkish garrison to indiscriminate massacre, and to nameless outrage, was an American missionary station; It bad a large Protestant community and a fine church edifice, which was burned, frith all the American, church property. ' . Resheya, also a town of 3,000 inhabitants, was an American missionary station; the whole town was burned to ashes. The in habitants were first inveigled into delivering up their arm; then they were ordered to leave their town, to which the inhabitants consented, but in the night the Druses fired on the people, and then began an indiscrim inate slaughter, killing the men, 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. — 23 July 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB. 4i"'r"r0B BUNT." tOST," "FOtrKTV "rWARDINO." o.-Af-wrttsetnont. coming nnder these headings. Mi! OMdlng nv llmw, will be Imwrrtort twin, for ascents BVANTRH-PA NT-MA KKK8 a ma w I. k- V mono-si loe Ijnt Srst.rst.Jiaads Diwl Bp. rir. WfTKIHSI rUATION-Todo general hnuee- M. II., at Jy23 b WANTRB-TO lfRNT- Broad lodglng-rnom, at ft choap rent. Locution not important. AddrwM,oon. Box '., 9, On. ) ;. - ittt-b WANTED A HOY-Whn li willing to make hlmHpir rnner.ll nMr,,1. noil who en In will recommended. Apply at JIJlLNBOM g Gallery, ritulh and Main. jysa-b WANTEI)-Bml young man and woman for variim. employ nints. persona. .Peking rm tilnyment,or tbone Ih want of servants, or any kind f nialor femhle help, rah be Milled by calling at She Agency, 79 Third at , near Vine, upstairs. . . I.w91-hl , . . . Hr,,TEn-TO TRADE "ANTED TO TRAD C-t.nn,h. or Mill. . t worn lor a g-nfl btntav-lmraa sail f 0rk "r a"00- btiirgy-lmrae ail pood wagon no-Be. Apply at WATKK BAIIKKTT'H. rn...

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 July 1860

TOE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY... JULY a:i A MIDSUMMER SONG. rThte poem from the last nomtwr of the Alktntk KimlMi) has bm attributed to !tlrta Waldo Eraer- on; but w donbt that he U Its author, M the style of versa differs materially from that of tha tanricu Plato: Around ttili lowly tbI1 rise ' The purple hills of Paradise. , Oh, softly on 'yon banks ol hate Her rosy face the Hummer layi I ,t . Becalmed along the naure iky, .; i ne araoeiee ol cmuaiaua lie. Whoee shores, with many a ehlnlng rift, I at of Ih.ir pearl-' pearl-wait peaks uplift. Thronirh all the long mldnmmar day The mendow-eidea are aweet with har I seek the oooleet sheltered eeat Jul t where the Hold and fjreet meet - Where grew the pine-tree, tall and Maud, The ancient oak austere and grand. And frtugy root, and pebble, fret . The ripples ol the ritulet. I watch the mower aa they go Through the tell gram, a whlte-.lceved row; With even stroke their .crlhe they wtug. In tune their merry whet-tone ring; Behind the nimble y...

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 July 1860

to WtlWIh (tally ffhlQ&09 WlfrWWWG CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS 1IHNHV HKRI) . .1 'I i T - 1.T i viuiiiiHTflRii7 ' .11 ' OINOIWHATl DAILY FnXSS b ffeltvsren So ubeorlbere In Cincinnati, Ooviairton and aireundlni ltii and toarna, at - m- t e eoitvwaaebr law " arte, of '' ,, HBTBN CENTS A WKi Htuu to OAMtaa. saonth, ) j d etarnilsl Stnontha, l; I reer. y:t fle). AMUSEMENTS. FIRST GHANDTERTI VAI 'Mt;M "r0r TH- M' ' ' fnnn.j'KiDiu 1HVKMR1.V. .Rf for the nrrinmtinn of a In inoTid llie various class of worslnK-men In in- Irf. 4iniiuln have union. FosttvaL, at ORWAN- better riellDg In (' n- aiarie arrangements fore frand He- tLAl UliftA 1I on BA I I' nun I i July lis. Tlnim will be sprakliia: and danting, ac- roiupanleii by the music ol two superior on wis. OaniTrar Abbakbbwbiitb . II. Whlttaker, Wm. Reynold. Joe. tlrannau, A. L. TtnMnson, K. I'nhlman, K. r.llx, A. Ilrillmin. J. 8. Tumlinenn, II. ltuppelt.C. I. Reeikert, J t. Itablueon, 1'. Lam- ' )''ViuL,r.iii-I'Rp. M : tfatmi,' M tfoVsn, B...

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 July 1860

THE DAILY PllESS. HKNUV ItKKTJ V CO, 1 anirc-B. amd raopamoaa. I . TUESDAY, . JI I.Y 114 West India Emancipation. ist, and of pro-slavery men. Volumes bar been written, and continue to be written, to prove that emancipation is a success; uud volumes to prove that it Is a failure. Sta tistics, composed of figures which can not lie, WUI. UIVU IlliWVV IUC 111 WO. .UU outcuv luiuiuii- tlon for lies, have been paraded, to prove both sides of the question, and with the usual facility of these philosophical materials, they have been equally convincing on both sides. Slavery soys emancipation has ruiued Jamaica. Before that it was one of the sugar- producing islands. Now its exports of sugar are next to nothing. Half its sugar planta tions have gone back to ba?h, and its plant ers are ruined. This makes plain case. Abolitionists ac cept the issue and point to Barbados, Trin udad, and British Guiana or Doniernra, where the export of sugar has increased since einan cipation, and which are evi...

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 July 1860

WANTED. t I . VA,,'t UTTM VB8T-BAKTK "H-At W IQI Uctt-st. J24-b . ... VANTED TO PtlRCIfAHt) .tllW ff ahotil fifty feet In diameter. VA8.it this onice. A C.nvaa Tont, Addrea. I1AN-JyM-b T'.Z H.mw K' need apply tufa, ha can UAV1S AAHnU. fl f,v WANTlm-AN ENGINEER At the Wnlnt t . si. rueis. rione 'naM W.H raeomaieiiilrd. N atT-ITUAf ION-Al Wot name, by young woman, 10 c-oiaction to in country. lAaaree. v. valiy I Toss - 9 'Ml ietuc give. . -irANTBD-A 000D OIRL-To do g-nerel ' houwork.' Gotxl wnnpn given. Apply at 45 tEvorett-st., between Central-av. and John-et. , W'ANTKI,A first-rate Dress -maker-one that ca.l rut and ht dratwrn. None but iiwrarw- tetiOisitd htvd apply. Cull immediately at fl'J Ninth wmcru wuiiim nua vine, jy-i-u -At JACKSON k CO.'S tntplllmnoa 0 Rice, 34 third-iit.. tip stairs, a imintter of IT O0ic. AA Third-tit. . Hd ouug men aud women for vanou kinds of emnl y. mi nt, lr ynu want work laave your Dame at JACK Wi ft CO. o umce, :t4 Thltfl-ht. jya-li . . mrAWTt.f3-n ...

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 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. TTJBSDAT.. MILTON'S BLINDNESS. (The MiowlnfarodoetlOR ee but lately dlscov. rod and la published In tha recent Oxford edition of Milton works i I am old And blind I Men potnt at m aa smitten or Ood'a frown ; AtBlctad and desertsd of my fctod ; let 1 IB sot oast down. ' I an wank, Yet strong ; T manner not that I no longer aee : Poor, old, nod helpleM. I the more belong , Father Supreme, to thee. O, merciful one ! When men are farthest then thou art most near; When friends pass by me, and my weakness eh no, Tuy chariot 1 hear. Thr glorious fare Is leaning toward me; and Iti holy light Hhinee In npon mr lonely dwelling place And there is no more night. On mr bended knee T recognise thy purpoae clearly shown : My vision then hast dimmed that I may eea Thyself Thyself alune. 1 hare nought to fear ; This darkneie i the shadow of thy win ; Beneath It I am almost vacred ; here Can come no evil thing. f it, 1 seem to stand Trembling, where foot of mortal ne'er hath been Wra...

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 July 1860

. CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I wflMhtnt dally fStrnday not aaurated) kr P'tllO, JWY URBrJg CO., r7PRIKT0B8. rrnm vms-a-rainr, on. ocsToa-aovsa. III iaoiIATI riAILT PKMS d.Mvrd to olwcrlber In Cincinnati, Oorlagtoa ana . unwinding eltlea ana mwm, a. ' 1 ! CUNT" wiJ.v TATA,! TO (Utlll. Ptlem q KoH. Mingle oopla, cent,; 1 month, Ocenta; tmontha.fjli I rr, .1 SO. AMUSEMENTS. l1 of ftie iNnKl'F.sriFST A(f KAN CONTINENTAL", at Parlor V Iruve, on MONDAY, July 3U, 180, on w th pleuure-bnnt -g, ir. CHAMPION NO. . . - , - HANABKU. , . Mil. Oeiu W. II. LrUe, i Brig. Oen. JVwh. A. Bato, id. A. ... Mai. H. O Bennett. Mai. Lewi Wllium, Alaj .loaeiih Burke, ung. w..h. vtwiey. Or Mauler P. II. (1m ' l Adjutaet Jtroet Bnnn, loon, ('apt. u. B. wuitcom, son. Wm. Craven, ant. Charles Jackson, K. M. Billion. . . Dl. K. V. Wade. Henry Uwm, ' ' Dr. 8 B, TomlInon, Henry Keaaler. ' 1 ' roMWTrrri or ABitAwnr.witirrs. .'apt. J. A Rauiley, h ,, Lieutenant C. Stewart, raraeani ai. in. iiriacou, Bergi-ant w. a. uurr...

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 July 1860

TI1E DAILY ;TM IIKNHV JtKKDfcOO., soitoas m runrnisToea. WHDNE8AY.. ...JILY as "Can Slavery Exist in the Territories by Virtue of the Common Law?." was -merctA yesterday. W like to see the bull teke by the horns in this way. We have an undefined tmpressiott that the question is an nVsurd contradiction in itself, but shall nut 'my so until we hare looked at the argument The decision is in the negative, for of tour the Commercial did not raise this nuestion until it had the ammunition ready to demolish it. The ratiocination is as follow. First, the definition of Common Iihw is settled. Sir Win. Blackstotie says : 'The chief corner stone of the laws of En gland is general, immemorial custom, or Common Lows from time to time declared in the Courts of Justice." The Commercial indorses the definition as being "as accurate at any that can be given of a thing so uncertain." It also quotes much other law, but as it is only cumulative suppose we stop at Blackstoue, anil try the proposition by...

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 July 1860

WANTED. x- wist roriiiv4 "BoARbino." Ac-Ad- Vwtlwnenti ooailng anderlhea hea41n o4 nedlnt Bn liae-, will be Ueertvvl ttr for 99 oeata llfANTEDTn nr tt,,. Appir York-at, tr T)ild-?Dl1fiwii' Hall r.ewport, Ay. Ijy.j-i.', .tod -carriers. J(U N O. UOHMAN, XVANTK1 BOARD In the Oountrr, within , ne or six ml tool the rlty, for a lady , MiaiMj. H. at this once. - anil in jy.Mll WANTFD-A PIJROIIAHKR for ft rare old coin, which mar be seen at No. It Wont i Fourth -at root, upstairs. jy25-b WArVTlCfV- A f.TItT. todo general housework. Aprty At 470 Eighth -street, between t'entral ivonuc nu J John. . A- jyUVfo ItrANTKIl K1TITATION - By a T inn km ; baa no objection toloaving th city. A'l'irtmH itr.-n, m in in vutre. carriage- Urn en jy2.vb' WANTKD RITL'ATION By a tlrl to do chamt-cr Work, dinlnjt-ronra work, or plain ppwtnjt. Dent city rrforrnoe given. Apply ftt 2:i4 , llarrnrrtwt, near Freeman. JyiA-u WANTED BOOT-MAKER On Men's fine sewtd work, a Rood wnt of work g I von and the bet of waje-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. — 25 July 1860

WBDS I Elin V - i...JtXV 85 [From the New York Independent.] THE WEST POINT CEMETERY. BY WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER. On thl 8 M-atb morning let ne wander From the lo i") m'l-tc an1 'h.' g .r iarno, Whe-e ! thf gnre yard In its silence yonder, Peep 11 the uvm:iuin eSa-le. Thra -ide Vr lf)e. the dart green redar- slri'ter, (,lk"-n;rl! rirhln hy tViH came of p-ath; Therv Ilk. mi arm)'' rente with euow;wrnte luetr. The grave etoiKe W.ii bon.ath. Btv, we s n piXM guard or picket 9ia onr epe-oich acr . the 1 grae, Jtnr h'tth cha'l-i'ee a the simple wicket Through which our to it.li-p w 8w"t iit, by Nature'" primal crnecratton, rHcrd to pear-, and th.mijlit aim calm rcpo, Wei' In th breaet trut elder generation Their place of trnria chme. An welt, tn-Aur, when e'er the ear w"lori M .re. o'e.' the plain, with !" aud memured tread, ' Vithl-thy elent and eemre posseieioo t The tiring lee the d.d. Fw are the eraree. for here ripnloue cltr eede, with Ite mrriad ll". the hum;r 1 atee, While hourlr fnn...

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 July 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS , i , u nbll.h4 dally (BtuKlaya m HntMl kr I IUNJI Y KKKU atr. CO., T BOPB1WT0B0. , j ' - apnea Tiw-mir, opt, nini-iiim H mmilNNATI DAILY PBIXS la aallvarad to auscrlhori In Cincinnati, Oorlngton ana , I J";. , nrroaadlng aulas and towns, M 1 , ! th rainiiMl lW J 1 1 , ; , - prion of ' ' " HKTKN CENTet A Will, f atasu to CAaaiaa. pplres o Mntltnq. Hlng la porta., 9 cants! t month, (--!nlii: Bmi.nllia, li I yoar, (1:1 SO. . AMUSEMENTS. CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK. a MrnVTiNri.Yit'pr'ii vnK a i'It k a u J anil ehikn nf ll0. will coarn off 10-DAY. Yliiiriirisy, until July. nniTP.nS. ftNTMES. I. A. DfttHrl.... ..41. m. Kata Daniels. (li.irie Kiilfffll.. ....b. Dl. I.sriy lltlev. . ' . .latma aliwk.y...- .....k. g. Dick Turpin. Itnce tn cinip oft' lit 4 o'clock. (Jars will Ipuve.tli !., II. A P. B. B. Depot, t 3 ami f-ir, tlio course. AliMlrWKtN TO TIIK rUBMC BTAKD, SO t'KNTS; TO TIIK MKMIIKIIS' STAND, ftl. jj-a T1IOM. J. HTBI'IIKNH, Proprietor. 33 i?J 3T 33 F I T - -...

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 July 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. IIKNHY HKKD Sc CO., itow A raorsisrosa. THBK80AY- ..JUI.Y 98 Taxation Abroad and at Home. Uoderthe bead of "A Monster Eril -Canadian! Tax-ridden People," the Q ait tit pnbliehes an article from the Dumfries (Can ada) Reformer, which set forth that "Among the chief drawback) to Canadian prosperity, it the gross extraraganc connected with the gorernment and the admlnistxntion of pub lie Justice; the people are oppressed by taxa tion, and one of the most argent reforms needed Is a sweeping measure of retrench ment." It docs not need to go to Canada to find a people that are "oppressed by taxation' Among the chief drawbacks to Cincinnati prosperity is the. groes extravagance . con nected with the gorernment. The expend! tures of our governments are limited by nothing but the fears of those who levy and borrow. ' They lery all they dare, and bor row for everything for which they can find a pretext. The Canadians arc, in this re spect, favored above ourselves; thoy have b...

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 July 1860

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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 July 1860

THE DATLYritESS". THfRSDAY.. THE BATTLE OF WAR AND LIFE. BY WM. CULLEN BRYANT. This podm, written aiany wi mo, baa nut been Id print for Mm (In, ud U not generally known, eltliotmh the ninth itaaaa If en of th. stereotyped quotations of onr native tongue: Once this eoft turf, thli rivulet'a anuria. Were trampled by a niirryiiia" crowd. An J nary hearts and armed hamla, Klicounterpii iu Uie Dattle-cloutl. Ah! never shall the land forireT " Hm gushed th life hlood of her brave ! - ln-hed warm with hope anil courage yet, . I'pon the .oil they .ought to aave, !tow all la ralm, nj fresh, and still; Alone the clilrp of twittering hlnl. And talk uf children n the hill, And bell of wondering kind are heard. No solemn host goija trailing by The Mnck-tnontlicd gnn and staggering wain; Men start not at the battle cry Oh! he it never heard againl Ronn reated thnee who fought: but thou V ho mingle, in the harrier strlle For truth whlrh men receive not now, Thy warfare only ends with life. A frle...

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