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

CWOIf TNATI DAILY PRESS I Is r-Mlthad HI!f renders mt niMl bt MWMVlMMr c CO., ' ! M I 7 wrair,TuB8. i ? )r Off KB TIWl-TEKKT, oy. OTTSTOlt-EOVta. ! tU OINOIBNATI DAILT FftKRH la delivered to -y wbsorlbnrs In Cincinnati, Oottngtoa ml tirronuding cities and towns, M A j Mt trMBlT low . - i .. prlna of V ' ! CENTS A Villi ! ... .. mtui i to caais. r . I Prtosj f sT-tWaA-singl. oopiaa, a cetitst 1 month, 41nii S month., fcl; I year, ff:t AO. AMUSEMENTS. 'ILTV RICE'S Gai!ATflnOWI rilHB MOST NOVEt,, l7MO.ce AND fe. X ntAoiiDiNAKlf Inhibition upon Barth, will vxliibit upon . .. - t , , , . TH ft CITY LOT, ' 7n"d!ttD T, FRIDAY AUD SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 10, II, 'ommencliirThnrsday nlht. AFTFTtNOON PER. H'IUIAMa f.r families on HI I DA y and gT I HIKJ, i-.ommencinK at S' o'olock. Tho Night P.irioiaiaaot sn sonuaeueo nt "M.- - , Admission 00 cents. Children 23 cents. 'X'lxlw monster Bhow . I nut a Clrcns nor a Menagerie, but a Grand Kipo , sltion oi tho (, , -' WONDERS OF NATURE AND ART, .Jurluill...

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 August 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. miTOY UKBI) Ac CO., amToa. i rmormiiTOM. ..Aveu&T a THURSDAY- Troubles of the Ancient Dominion. Virginia la tranquil. ,ln the days of the eottp a" etat, Lonls Napoleon made a similar announcement "France la tranquil." The London Punch Illustrated It by the picture of a female, representing the Press, bound hand and foot, gagged and prostrate, and a French grenadier with hie bayonet at her throat. Virginia is tranquil, or at icaei is on well a could be expected. Gor. Letoher bus proclaimed "I Ancient Dominion e'eet la But it is oeace through much tribula tion a conquered peaco, as we used to talk of when our national appetite craved a slice of Mexico. Some Republican in Occoquan, I'rince William County, raised a pole with a Lincoln and Hamlin flag, on the Fourth of July, tlint day when all men were born free aiiil equal. Here we must drop the pencil to raise our hands In astonishment. -Republicans on Vir ginia soil I Why did not the earth open and swallow them 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. — 2 August 1860

WANTED. ' "" "FOB BALM,'- "FOB BEHT.1 liVDi.-, ".rouND," ," BOABDLNQ." Ao.-Ad Vortlanmkw'eoulni neAar thoat headine. .. weeding five lines, will be Inserted twlr for SS oral 1 WNTK,'?"A MTITATIONiBrTlto do i '"""'"I "ousework in small family. Addres Ii., thai ornofr. ' y ' aul-b Wmu'l" NJmsK.01RIj-Io.4to Walnut Hills. fu.f-ranoe reqiifnd. Call at No 4 olnmbla-et,, between Main iinil Wlniit, au2-t lVNIBO-Ur-A FT""' j riom Boy, III, to drive crt. A etoadt V V ai I U w ;!!"t'on be kd by applying to iiiMiiNis i jHton aast Slxth-at., above Baum. an2-h nLKi!V'''",lYi t,F;NT?-iT.rr body ad .. ,, lately ItilrtKlnr I Icfnrea, pr-yrly colored, w. Hmallonae wand 1!; IVANTFW REPAIR-Anr mont of old vv uruonie. at a'AA (Vntrnl-av-iine. Iphnl-ei-rlng and nrnlshlng dune in the boat manner on reasiiualiln terms. c. n. onunnNHTKiN. "TATED-TO MKUCnANTH AND MANU r ACT U REUS An Anierlcwu wishes a sltua. Tlnn HI norter in a atnra. or nrlvnta rpkmn in . manufactory Tho wishing steady, industrious .umrn. ...

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 August 1860

THE DAILY FKESS Atlantic Monthly for August.] STRIFE OF THE WORLD. BY HARRIET M'EWEN KIMBALL. Tn heat and l t"M, In annshln. and rain, Bewailing its loss aud bowtlng Its gain. Blessing it pleaMire and cursing Its phmi, . The hurrying world g'-es up and down: Kvery avenue and strs.1 Of city and town ' . . Ara veins that throb with the reetleaj beat Of the ner multitude's trampling feet. i , Mm wrangle together to net and hold ' A sceptre nf power or a crock of gold; Rla.phemlng God'a name with the breath he gava, And plotting revs, ge on the brink of the gravel And vasnton's followers, flirting alter,. O'prtake and bale the fnneral train, Thoughtlessly scatteriug Jests and laughter, Hire sharp, quick showers of hall end rain. To beat ou the haaita that are bleeding with pain I And many who stars at the close-shut hoarse nvy the dead within, or, worae, ,. '1 urn awav with a keeeer test ' To g retiple and rerol and am with the raat I While far apart In a bower of gisea, Urihaaded. unse...

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 August 1860

fm-nmnin, on. ocrroa-aoMa. Ta oiHoiHHATi daily pbww b Mom to ohecrlber. In Cincinnati, Oovlnrton an , f I rt tton1i oil let eo4 tow a j i i SEVEN CENTS A wilt) JSWS Tmns.-flln(l ooplea. 9 "nl 1 BMnth, Mloeola moiilix, S I f 1 paw, pa eMe- f e CKNCUN NATXJAlWf FRTiS IS pawnor dairy (BmitnrS not at rerun) W j HKRY HnnO etc OOiJ MUSICAL. l.tKHKit-Tnn HnniKiMH .' VfW D ATlfjL'tU - M. Ill -1 JOHN CHIIHCH. JKn IT.10 ,9liv.( ciM'Wetrourth-.t. ioi,DiiKnAiiriANo-TnB jkit in "f AM EIUCA. Sleet UrtwH (U T J, . New Tofk) jwwerfid toned double jf " 1 Wranrt-ertlon V!rtrfl Pitipf, ;vrr n" "', J nonmed by LU aiielter.W otner Kr Sf Of W great ai lints the beat in existence, . , tVe will sell lower fcr oa.l thn any other Dealer In ilseelty. Pialioe nod Atelodepas tontd and repaired IhormiKhlr. Pianos to let fit from to to 116 perquar t MiufcnUnillriifnenteMllroirni IwM prirmi. i Do 'Wit r tent aKumt natil roa nave called and ee .mined th..bofftn((f . . Piano IieAtari and JrsAttenr. 11IT. MEDICAL AND...

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 August 1860

UKJNJIV HKKpfctJO., j, KITOM BOFITOM. J?KIOAV.. Houses of Refuge, &c.—Proceedings of a Convention. ' A body f gnleniB -"'JbrnuttorT lniititutions) nt togatlMir fbreon- aultatioa, Will not be likelyU the course of their deliberations, to propose any thing be- , yoai . iinprovaraeaUvr a- matt mrf asSail- Radical ideas questions that relate to the mine of Institutional discipline in general, are Inadmissible." Their first governing prin i ciple will 1 Yotiwrvatism of the institution. They osnume as llie wgtnmno; mat iuuw tions arc neressarv, and whatever they do or say will be predicated upon this fundamental proposition. . Now It ll not, by "ally means a settled point in practice however firtuly it may be established in theory that men, women or children can be Improved by reetrnint. The records of oar prisons prove nothing of the kind: neither do what iknowntf theefTects of the discipline of our Houses of Refuge and Schools of Reform. If toeeo concerns were under the control of p...

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 August 1860

WANTED. I.0BT.7 ,"r0CI),'l .0ABMI4..,gm.-A.. artlaesmte eonlng vnr rbes nesYdlnga, aotez. needing ia. Haw, will tts lnswrtad twk war 8 oaoni V Underrriaad. Ukinf un al knniM. (ionit r-Terencea ((Ten. ft1r. , thia Sk I M n V tlVM-J . ft frTtgrAAAA Afr aW.-,.i Z i r'1"t a piesyaani ar. tit inn CUT. Tlw finally will be mTUuTlV rfalf. 4Hrw with tma, B. H..l OAee, ttv beiwi. Thii-rt and l,-orth. A gtrl MvWrnl who Mar had axpertr-nos, between ten ttnd sgteen leer, of agg. 11 ,,., f . . i v j . aid-b WA:!I,'J?rr,"7 ffTH-Br JOHNSON'S Biar have a good, Urn Tlfcaaess, Is a ran, wild ml the naUiral tints, snd snltahle narkgrnnmi , lor fHtrfeate, l JllllNSON gOallerr, Ninth aad Main. YJ-A?STKD-A SITUATION-le-a.. mm- .TJ.;i,.!!l;!.,'ll,,mr'n, r miv Kan, wuo JrvmMbl experience, t'an keep Voohs nil the general routine of m n, or nl hlmenlf "nersllv Willi. Address T. W. tt.i . this offln. Quod roferonueia m ..a tvl,. ann-t WANTKIP A now! -t-aetnm rntter hi go to the - "" h - ...i KlBa MCTTKs. ro. -...

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 August 1860

THE-DATLY-PUESSi Snows J FRlBAw.. A COMPLETE THUNDER-STORM. At It eema. from earth', bunding heart, A uroae ol Ib-uMler: tnn thec-fi-black eloud Bph open, b-lchlilg l. nd "."rt 1 1 r rm .Toured dae doings-.itltwbin .i-rc. and wad. Tb.kitcfceri "tn. rn, i ;lirlmM Hne 'i'h. bin (livpe rteiK-ed Bud learn '1. Ho fn-1no ThsaW'li "( I'"' " tAUh tint from Hiegarden- Theduok.rw-ljoroea nyseyl tl fjjPrat-vaprfcool. Yet thl w MKe-f-'r.tejte: darker .till , J?' t -1: irrew-eeu'i tbe an U..11.H ,""- .,. Wli.ar blade', th. liKhlninK, tlaetieit andatroek the Swlt Oixl'.wrath noon a guilty And. Th. rtpMii'n'; brat nni "r.l..r,d the fcnhen, 1'hu bin n me np 'it the eu eart roe'l, Tin- iW iu Bi...tnfp hi Itif oa.uaud tie..:!.' Dwwed writhing mideni' ith then di icl'iuji loeA It "mcil toichnfrnwi the riht hrH walling, lah1 In rm'n... thrid'tJiiia" to and In), . Now dirk in bell's olir'll' l ,J",' Andtbenu blare wit B, iniishl' fiiUnt f low. Vollori of growling thmirter end bellowed;, In split th. wel...

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 August 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY FRE33 J Is nbllah.a dally (Bandar, not nmM) by UHNHY, IiJWMIi Jb CO., TH OIHOIHRATI DAILT rBKM Is 4.1It1 t4 ntawiibarv la OlDelnaatl, Oovtairtea and amandlnf ell la. and town, mi ' the tntnl a 1 rlo of ' 8BTEN CRNTg A Willi ( nruu nuum , ;. $ - fMr. o Mnilvntr 'ti1 annua. 4 opnta; 1 month. 40c.nt; 1 month!, $1; I nr, A 1 Mt. ' MUSICAL. !HD0L'GLlSr0LKAf2B I POLKA "-With tlae liknniof ti dwtin-giil-hed t it at or. i'rioe X cent. ' . JOHN CHTIRf JR., : -JJ.TO Wert Jftrwrtb-tt. "WliO MFDAliVlANOH TUB BRT IN m A al Y. HI A. nfovck rnp (u ruw lotk, powerful toned douhie piMitl-O'ilon i'omnrt Plnnon. pro nounced lr liist,l'hnlhWgn(tothnt l i-ewit art jut tint txul In ex Intone. V will wll lower for cash than enr other dealer In ilnctty. lMno And Malodnona tuned and repaired Uwrotifrnlr. Fte-noa to let at from ftt to Sift nerquar tr. Almtical instrument aelllng at helf-iiTioee. IH nqrhiiv or rnt a Piano until yon kT oalled and auilnva the abore. BUITTINa PRO., Bole Atenta, ...

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 August 1860

T R E D AI L Y H.KS3. HICNIIV IIKKD&CO., nnowm a rinnimM. Effect Coalitions—The True Party Policy. If our opinion w-re r-qtllr-d by member of any one of the parties who hT Presi dential candidates, as to the best course to b pursued whether to preserve its identity and independence in every respect, or to combine or coalesce with some other party or faction for a division of electorships and offices, we should most confidently advise the former. A party that holds itself open to dicker and trade whose leaders even entertain questions of a trading character, thereby ad mits the want of vital force in Its principles, parts at once with its moral prestige, be comes entitled to be considered nothing more than a mere disturbing element In poli tics, and fixes its future character for all time a9 a thing only capable of doing mischief to other parties, and accumulating disrepute to itself. In this country, the Inauguration of a party for national objects carries with it not bv a polit...

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 August 1860

WANTED. I. WANTS," "( BALSV' -FOB EMT. f'LilHT," "roCHI)," "BOA EDI MO." So.-Ad-rtlsetnents eomlng niter Mm trading., sxrlatt. seeding n llnoa, will b Inserted twice for tlcra WANTKI-A NURHK-aiRI.-In.alraatrivlw Ccutrai-ay. aiil-n WANTED-A (HlU.-tn rook, wash unit ifnn. Apply lmmoIUttr t IS Wnl rifUi-Nt., ' ......i mmi'-nyi trUITT. ail.-O- WANTFItt -noY-Towork In the Bake-shop . .-.A.""""i''OT 'flcrman preferred) nir apply m HO West F'ntirtlt.atrvvi. . . . anS-b "ANTKf-T! HHOpJM AKKBM A man to wnrK en rhtirtrrn wpituprinin an ft heels. irr'y iv i . r.. i.u n, cnrnrr msm-Min una vimnnin frt'ypt. Newport, Ky. m,Tb ,llrANTF.n-Pt)Y-A R.v.r ran flnrl a .jitT. tiun lv upplyinft aI CUNPKI.IK Ifnkfry. on f-foit at., betwem .fourth ami Fifth, Jjvinton, jM-ntiitky. . m, b' Pappf. Also, Apply to iv ii mIii i ra 1R3 Weft TlHrd-irt , nwVW. ti i ItMNTHO -f-Trtit-Any one having thtn amount, I nt a Hull li'M, to loan for two or thrm yearw, I cmodoiMitv proni'rtr, can And a nrtfmpt fmylng 1 i imyini...

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 August 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. SATURDAY... .-..t...APQl)3T 4 [From All the Year Round.] VENICE. The Ict.t? city married to the ocean, Dietarbe me with her lmae from afar; A troublous mutton Of mnslr- drawn from other yearn Dull a long lltn down to tear. Made brlfht by dletAnce and lijr hiaht, which are Tht birthright of aUr. I stand aloof Ilka aetna sweet loeer pining By night withont tlia lights room where aha ' He lo.ee is shining: Who strata serosa a rushing wind To watch her shadow ou the blinili . And feel, while veiling at the trustlng-lieo. The fttce be cannot it. I wa har now, thla Chettertnu of cities ! ltiaaaa crawl up to aim her from the South, Crooning uWkshttit.; And standing fat iiway I trace 1 ue lie of beauty on her lace, And at (11 the slothful sin and idle drouth Seem sweet upou ber mouth. The seed of lore ara running IM around her. Hor pride boa fallen alun the wealthy waves Arose and cn-wueil hei: Tha spirit of the patt Mill roams Her shrlnee and palaces and domes, A spectral ...

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 August 1860

. " nn,"leyi not axoaatad) ay 3 i Mr. CO raoTancTOBS, """"fMin, owl mron-ranm. KM' WlMfff 11 ATI tlAIlif PRKRN la delWvreA to ". oriTr (a Otuotrnatl, (JoTlmrtoa 4 V. ' m''l eltler. i.1 tWM, eg ' X''. a-1." ' k"--, knave .V ' ' ' prl. ufj , . KTE!t C 1P.MA TKSSt ; 1 i'; , nfAsu to umiii, - v Mr .) Jlnffo.jf-llfr.alu. mpM, cepW I month. 0mU; A ni.mil., . ; I vr, jkif ft. , AMUSEMENTS. lIH'WiiAfAlU t:liit)iOQ upon orth, win CU! f in n i rr 'v- r.ti n': TMUflJDir, FnlDATAND SATUflOAT, AUfl. 9, lO.'ll, ;nminenilnf Tlinrnlar nlht. A rTEKNOON rrflt ' 'i 't"M'S for KHUiilHa p JUAV mHat. ml r!-'' Might IVrthtinAii.'e tn cmnmouoeat 7H. v n A I Abiop.80 onM,- Jhlldr.i BJ ceutirr" VT? 11" ? n. ,M"J(prti!1 bilk Urnd Hio- 1 WONbER OF NATURE AND ART,! ' lnl rrtiMilt.il.li. KxDluifsof AlliTvliK Pnwnr. Airil. i! M''irlnnlem. tliii FHt nf Dnnrln. anil ..r-r?,".. ;"J,U'' MKANU. MlWOUHOMATie J v'. vn7 1 i t f ' r it i - i m . ' ' 1 I .-..i'KiKi;0K!n4NilUIyCJfimw,whkili.tol IfH fit tho Arena.: , , ,.i ,...

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 August 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. IIICNIIY KKKU V OO.f . t ): ' . srru as rMrttirfpM. i MONDAY- ...AUGUST 1 Tbi countiog-roorn of the Psiss is re rooved on door south, Into the premise! which we are fitting up Tor our fast press, which will be running in fcw days.' . A Cloud Upon our National Honor. The risks that we run our national honor Into, ty trotting It to Ministers of foreign Courts, especially to Ministers appointed by an Administration, and out of politicians who would hardly by trusted with any thing at home, Is forcibly exemplified in the insult put upon our national honor at the late In ternational Statistical Congross at London, which Mr. Dallas attended, both in his offi cial character as United States Minister, and as a Delegate. There, in the presence of the assembled delegates from all nations, Lord Brongbam arose and called the attention of Mr. Dallas to the fact that be, the represent ative of tbe United States, was sitting in that Congress, in which negro was sitting as an accre...

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 August 1860

WANTED. .WARTS," "FOR. AMl," -FOR MM," l8T,',rOUNB,' BOASml. o,-Ad-' stliauus coming whdwr thea DaMInt, sot S-edlng ,v Unas, will b Inserted twin Iter l oeela m. WANTRlV-A wmnoiRT-To do tifmwofr. Apply at No. 90 Water-street, between Vine Mill R mra ...... , , , ..at .4 lit WiVn i. .u .. . Jp.T-PD A X"rA,2!t V '"J0 fS'1wIS ., Ell' J rl"cl,n.?. "'J4?. "BslBeW AW"" two I i L i T' La?'?t stating ' Inter, Mew may be had. No Irish need apply,, nna-h WANTFI OIUL An active German girl to do hjnpnwttrk and mind ehlMraui. at Ifiil John-street, Utwen tiongworth and SiBtlt. awi-lr "irANTKO MHRLH-TocKH.inorinmi or Prot- V PBTaill HUN 141 HO 10 AMMKlnlO, for general , iionwBwprK i. nil a- -ir. nrVRHMi i Kmpioymont imr. AA Fifth -fttmpl.bftt. Westdri..ftow ....1 .1,,!.,.. Al-o, families wanting good help can km supid-ed. ! n'rANTKr-Twotore clerk, one book -keeper, 'jiio cook, also a perron witlt 9t to a 1st In a vjiiiMtms thft wJ pay Mm l;-, a mouth; also, several T'-rftnnH T'iT yartrmx fninlovin...

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 August 1860

THE CHILD'S SEARCH FOR FAIRIES. BY MRS. H. J. LEWIS. I looked tnow the lllr boll.. , . ... I " among tho ro.c. An threaded allthe fairy delta That summer .un disclose.; I tro3 the purple bsat'iar V;ni, The roead.iws bright with clover, Mr garden 'mid tho twlllhl gloom To find onocareless rover; . -i But mother dear, the fatrioe slept, Or else thy o" M'l ....... tclr (li n oma nvi hbipdi-w, their fluwery haunte I crept. V hat tin" dew-drop, glistened, On moo; hank, by limpid streams, Aram.g the emerald growing. I), yllnw cowslip nod. and gieame . - While lent the hrook Isfvoaiog; I thought ...me golden net might twine The hrigtat-wingtd, airy cn-atures. And knelt ae prieuiit at a ihrlue To trace their goloen feature. But, niothor doar, the fairiet slept In all their wide dominion. For through that ehower of linllght Swept Nut owilu-lght gauty pinion. 1 oh:ht again whero moonlight lay So cl-or, o soft, an holy. Watching the w.-irm aouth w'nd play With violet clustering lowly; . I rove...

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 August 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS , , r to imbllehad dally tBandartant earjoptsd) b r " , . CBOfRHTOBa. i , on mumumwi orr. emoa-Boora. IU OlNOIHrUTI fcAILY PBISS ettvr4 to , iibsrrtbere In Cincinnati, Ovlngton ant , mroundlng el ties and towns, at tb xtremetr kiw i , ' rtoe of ( IT1H OINT1 A W1IK) , ?','' . , ravA to uum, .' . 4 " tWK nJKfi(J(."-'niil copies, 9 tent) 1 month, t AMUSEMENTS. - DANIMCE'S GIlEATOnpWI TUB IrJOfT NOVKT,, TNIQCK AND KX THAUKfjfNABI Inhibition nponKuth, wUI ...exhibit upon I r "TUB CITY LOT. . THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AU6. 9, 10, II, Hmmn-tnThiir(lrnletlt ! gFTKBSOON PER rOKMANCKS for families on YRIDAT and HAT- I RI'AV, commencing at l.H o'clock.. The. Might J'erforaiancs to oomiaenc at TH raianc to oomiatince at 7... Admission 90 cants. Children 99 cent. Tlxi nioxiatev Blxo-vtr I not a Circus nor a Menagerie, but a Grand Kxpo- i i the .0 VI . WONDER? Or NATURE AND ART, Including the Performances of IltehlT-trAlned Animal!- Iteniarka'ila Exploit of Athletic Po...

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 August 1860

ilMNitV- IlKKDfcCO., tsmuurtnoTinTou, . AUGITBT T Til ountlng-roora of tha Puss Is re in or pd on door south, Into the premises which we are fitting up fur oar fast press, which will be running; In a fw days. The Kentucky Election. The returns indicate the election of Leslie Coombs, the Bell-Everett candidate for Clerk of the Conrt of Appeals the only State office - pending by a large ' majority. As the Donglns leaders hare urged their party to Tots for Coombs, to make a showing against Breckinridge, we suppose they will claim it as a victory over him; but inasmuch as it will take a coalition on the Electoral Ticket to carry the State against Breckinridge Ten if that would, which we regard as by no means certain It is difficult to see any practical value In this victory to Douglas. Population of Ohio—Diminution of its Rate of Increase—The Reasons. It is stated that the census returns from Ohio show an increase in the population of ' the State of only 300,000 since the census of 1650...

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 August 1860

WANTED. i .1 "WAHTfl," '1"0 BALK' ' "FOB HIT." tOBT," FOUND," BOABDINO." Ac-Ad-Vertlaementa aomlng ander iaeee kaadlns, not , oa-dl ns flee Hon, will lw nert4 wle Ibr 99 arniM WANTED A O 1 R L wora. Oflrmu wref. To do fnneral honse- ora. German ttreferred. Apply at Freeman. At., between Paytnn and Bank. "V ANTKO-GIRL Inquire at 1 OS Longworth- it. Nun tint rn who is competent to do foeral housework need apply. au7-b WANTKD-A (iirman Arrant Girl, to go a short distance Into the country a good washer and troner. Apply at 'ill Longwortb-st. ait7d WANTKD-TO COOPER 8-Th advertiser wishes a situation aa cooper. It a first-class lifind, and in izlve tha best of reference. Address i a.., at tin omoe. WANTKn-rirxir cknth By Johnsons .tnwlv.ilier.nvsieil procw yon may bow have (rood likeness, properly colored, with all th mid dle tints, drapery ami background, for flfty cnU, at Gallery, Ninth and Main. 1VANTEH- -Two boys want situations In a ho' tel. sit loon or store. Good retern- given- App...

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 August 1860

THRt OA Hi VPRRSH. TCESDAV ,....AIJGC9T [From the Philadelphia Evening Post.] THE SMOKE OF THE CITY AVD TEACHING. BY FLORENCE PERCY. Lo from thousand hearthstone, bar and then," ftlea--d from ail this inmult. o.ie and ere, . . Th, email g im wntathing tbroua th. sunny air . Ilk a freed spirit ttng a funeral tn-re, Pure from the bitter trial of the tn, to aria, noil triumph, and aspire, . It way along th gl-my wall. It wends, Thrown tr ubled clouds of city dust ascend, . Aud melting far In heu' glory end. Oh spirit' prisoned, haSwe1, sorely tried OH, splrllt thrn-t the blinding clond eslde 1 IM heaven of Truth, tad Lor, and Light It wld! Cp clreM prison. opn toward the sky; Tru spirts are flre-boru Hhu lie; Arlsa, nd rank than with tb. bust. ra hlghl - " ' Thairati ahatl glmthM bannera, and hla light Boatl r m swiftest spears to slay th nleht And pat th trlt hour of wrung to night! The of Taking Experience of an Austrian Arsenic-eater. Xh director of the amnio worki near Sahburg, In ...

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