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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 August 1860

JCINCINNATI DAILY PRESS IIKNHV IlKKI) CO., puopRiKToaa. ortici ymtar.i orr. custoh-hooib. rn CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS la delivered to subscrlbera In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cttiea and town., at tba extremely tow price of MBTBN CENTS A WIEK, pavaslb to in cAaaiaa. tl Tntcrs or MTLti. Blnale coIhi, 9 ent.: h tnotit AMUSEMENTS. TRIUMPH AKJ: SUCCESS! SKCOND WEEK OF TH1 UAjnraBJjAj MIM.IKfcl.S, at HM1TH tic NIXON'S II.VLti. Monday Evening August 20. , A tiew and Attractive Programme Irory Night. fifteen Stars In the Troupe! Muilc, Mirth, Humor and OrlglnBlityl WW Doom open at : Performance at AdralaaloiiyOceotel children balf-prlc. aul aw JBAND AKN1YER8ABY FESTIVAL .'-Of THE '; : ' ' ' TEMPLE OF HONOR AND TEMPER. ANCB, At Melodeon Hall, Ana. 2S. The Musio by Mentor's Band. HPKAKINO, REFRESHMENTS, ETC. Ticket SO cent, : Children half-price to be bad of the Commute of Arrangement. : Bank of Bar- Inge, Slxth-at., between Mac and vine; Moore, Wllidarh, Key. Co. I A. B. Laird, CoT...

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 August 1860

TOE DAILY PRESS. HKNHY RKKD AGO anroas tn raoawvroas. - SATIBUAT.. ..Ai?or?T as The Mexican Question. The demand cf Spain on the Mexican Gorernment, seems to be for Indemnity for the, eitare of on of Marin's teaman, the Maria Qmeepcion, lrblch was taken Into Vera Crui. ' These rewels left Havana to old Mlramon in the attack on Vera Crux, with the connrrace ft the Spantah OoremmMit, ""T"he corn wander of tbe Spanish' Atret at Sncrllicios Bent a demand for a restitution of the Teasel, the dellTery of tb crew, and the payment of 1100,000 fcaemnityj threatening abom fjardment If these demands were not com bed with In twenty-fours. Vera Crui not taring lunch to loee by bombardment, took the demand coolly, and replied that the crew Was released, the courts were adjudi cating on the Tessel, and nntil their decision, the Government could do nothing ; bat if that decision wm against the right to seize the resseli prompt indemnity would be made. This point the affair had reached, at the Uut n...

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 August 1860

WANTED. "WAHIB," "FOB BklHC -FOB HUT," "IOST," "rOTTND," " BOABD1NO." Ac Ad. vertloemewta coming ameer theae tiwacl Inr., not . B ceding In llaeawili ill be tneerted twice for tla oaati 1IT JNT are A good Oaa-fltter and BraM-fla- ? labor. ApplI toMcliKNaSY A OABtl'JN. , WAM ED Two girla to (to general Iiimhi work. Ioqulroof J, WKBrt.jlt, 13 t Weit Tirth-etreet. ' ' nniVb. W" "AN'TKn-A WKT NOWS-TO rmtdo with tho family In lh cltr. The h.t of roferen a rcnulreit Apply M 36 Wnt ronrth,-etret. BalTc WANTFFI -BITTIAlOIf Bjr. a vniing man wkohu aradnated III Cnrill 0 illege. a antr-ping or entry clerk. nmtmi i uw uyj w n -anil arnm, o., at rnta omc. airlvTPlwA Brwul mwm-ImoI man Apply FT l THOH. TltKglHK, corner of York and Eglantlno-atB, mwton, ivy. nnvb 8ITCATIOB-A ladr want, a alt- F unt on la a roine uatlon la a rotncrtabl family aa aennotraee. Addraea . A. Y. MYfcKrt, cars of Gmld A Pierce, anJA-b'J ANTKD-C O 0 K A ftnt-clMi cook, wtio Tf J it, nrplf to Jfri. W, fourth -st. JUUNSOiN,...

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 August 1860

THE DAILY ATl RBAV. ..Aiiuw BY THE RIVER'S SIDE. BY NANCIE A. PRIEST. andered dtvl to th. river's side, i And wsti hrd the waving shadows fly, Like f lidluf barki e'er lu level tide. Aae many a evrry song was noi, .A"4 ""any a iovoua tale was iia Till the air with iwt fl t rI lauchter rnn. Aad ecfaprsplled from the tonst old. ' a nemry tells me that they mn fair Sledge, with nor clueterlng nut-brown curls, - i". " Bale with Ihclr sunny balr, And lias like twbada aal Moth Ilk. pearls. ' wkl o rrt (a alr aweet enatetit, The hlids their haven-tanght vesp-rs sung, ' ? "T "ow tent. The cruavsoa curtains at sunset hang. The lillc. lifted their oweanly heads, a "f,'.d J""1 ,hf riMit to .nil fro; And the wild Sowers leaned o'er their grassy beds, a And cued altbeawehree la the wavssoelow. T' ." a th. level tide. The 1 1 1 m -i -i ... .1 ' . .... m we roam Aladgeaad So mure or the riverside, el lie, and Kate and 1. 1 at alnna to the churchyard gray, w bore I hi ee white Atones stiinn side bf...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 August 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS It puMl.hed deny (Snnd'yi not excep led by henuy nnno ie oo PR0PBIRT0R8. orru i-ttbht.) oft. mnroH-soakii. TBI CINCINHATI DAILY PRK8R la delivered to nuerlMto In Wnefenajf, Oof la.toa an i f anrroondln el lie. and town., at I the evtremelf low price of PATAU! TO TBI 0ABB1M. ii Fitw or If att,iw. 8lnjrl oolriv, 9 witu: on onth, 4Qfl. Oirw nth, ffl on rmr, ftp, AMUSEMENTS. HMITII A NIXON'S HALL. "TOT 1 WKFK OF TDK WORLD-SB- .1. MOW N KI ami favorite . . CAMPBELL - MINSTRELS; Mow eonai.tln of Eighteen Star Performers, x filch, Bare and Bar y Bnrlcsqucs. GRAND OPERATIC MELANOB. Originalities ; , Spicy and. Quizzioal, EVERY. NIGHT DURING THK WEEK. AdmMonf loentet ehlldna tmir-arloa. hJ84w SBAND ANNIYEBSABIFESTIVAL of ih- ' .' ; EMPLB OF HONOR AND TEMPER , , ; -, ANCE, ... , ., A j Plodeoa Halt, Aat. 88. The Mnsio by Mentor's Band. SPEAKING, H.EFRR8HIrIBNT9, ETC. ' Ticket. ; cent, i Children balf-prlceto bo had ur tbo Co mltteo of Arrangements i Bank of 8av. Inga, 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. — 27 August 1860

THE DAILY-PRESS. HEMRY HBEDIcOO, MONDAY.. ..AUGUST T Felo De Se. At Bangor, Maine, which place Mr. Dong las rtachf d on hit way to his mother, and vrhtre ',lie ',a nnaxpectadly drawn. Into Mother steeb, he bona With this proposl tion : "An j poUUcaI.eree4 which can net be proclaisnefl rn ahypOTtion of ur Confederacy, mart h wrong.". lie then proceeded to how that Republicans could not safely pro claim their creed in the South, therefore, ovoet erat iemonetrandum, It must be unsound, The proposition seems Impregnable, and it entirely relieres the mind from the labor of eiaminipg principles, and renders all argu ment and ) debate ' superfluous. , Political principles can now be reduced to the cer tainty of a mechanical test We hare only 1 t inquire whether they nay oeen accept able in erery totality ill the country, and if they hare any where excited any popular demonstrations against them, that is con clusirt of their unsoundness. ' We regret to see that some of the most ardent follo...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 27 August 1860

WANTED. W WJ men. well acquainted ! In nit th river rvmntlM. nt ilhln mA I-- Prlctv stoohs. mfainifartiires. ata.. At avinnfurnn I )Ad1reM AUKNT, rrs Ofttnc. auir-b ( " V A N T h 0 - -At th. Australia Hones, Noli. tlAo.1 ai.!.! n.ilaU v v sj7 waiout-si competent. JOHW MABT1N, Fibprletor. f VNTK,,F,FI'T5rci;NI8- Th largest v assortment of rue la Cincinnati un be seen at AJ-rniiAIE l( Mammoth Uallory, oorner -of Fifth end Main. Bnserlnr Picture. In locket. ring, and plus. Small Picture., la uwi, for nine i ..iiu. nnrf-b WANTED BUY-A boy fourteen or sixteen feara of ago faimnn preforrod who hut some knowkdse of hor.es, can Hod a altnatlon by nqnlrlng at rVAONBK'H fUloon, Bixth-st , north side, between Smith and Mound nu27-b rANTl-81X OlltLfl To work on vests; V alio, a good operator on Ringer's sewing ma China. Apply at 14 Kant Fnnrth-lt., Boom 5. lau27-bJ WANTEI)- PAhTNKK-Wlth j4tio,h, in a rtfe and plenum bnslneu, that will pair J?un per month, clear of all expenses. Apply at Biqpm 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. — 27 August 1860

TUB DAILY PRESS. MONDAY.. [From the New York Evening Post.] THE ANGEL-GUARDED. VhT, mr Father- thus she said. Preying tight her tortured bead . AmlwT 1 " hy mr chaeka o wan tint pala, - A And uiT crooked Lmbt to frail, Here beiow? 4 a my sitera, stronfl and straight, LoTB and hnor on then wait. But for mo, , Frowns and scorn Instead of prale , n sweet children In their plays From ms flee. IT w 1 long their 11m to presa, l'old them in a wild caret, My pet f Tm, I'd bless their .roMan half. On each thread I'd string a prayer Tor my pcta. Coma, mr darlings, eome and see V hat wi-wdrous Wva I'll fling round thos Come and see. AtaUhY shake tn.fMtt.heats, ' - And! hrar thair pftttniuf troods ' Aa they lie. aVei my father from m turns. And nil fond caresses spurns Obi 'tie bard I Will mo human being faka The Ui with which my heart does break? . lata, how hard ! Btopf I fif t i In. the hiuh . Of the Sabbath dawn; the brush , Of a win 1 Tfea; around my cheeks ao pale, A nd my crooktd luub ao...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 August 1860

JINCINNATI DAILY PRESS la pnbllshod dully (Sundays not aeoted) tf ItMNUY UK TOD So CO., PROPRIETORS, orrici vmasr,, ott. costom-boitsb. 111 CINOINNATI DAILY PRKSg to delivered to subscribers in Cincinnati, Covington una surrounding cities end towns, at T the extremely low price of ' : BTlN;CtN18 A Wllti MI1II.1 TO TUB CABBlS '- TitTcm or In A,i,T.-lngle copies, 9 en'i SI" ontll, OWc.J three months, le, I i one j"er, m.9 .... AMUSEMENTS. SMITH So NIXON'S HALL. rHTlin WFKK OF THB WOHXD-llE. NOlVMtD aud mvorlte CAMPBELL MINSTRELS,; Mow consisting of Eighteen Star Performers. filch, Rare and Bacy Burlesques. GRAND OPERATIC MELANGE. Originalities, Spicy . and. Quizzical. BTERY NIGHT PCRINO THB WEEK. Arimlmlnn ! Vent.: rli Mr en half-prlc. an" irw MUSICAL. OF HTKW PlTBMATlOM4.-nn,OP8 a- YVuTer, " (wuwiTPi a r,ftu,j ny Archwr, 60 cfliiUj 4,t ont of th Wimrnrii" and "lixy' Land," pctruruiod by;Mntr Band, 35 I'vnu; Miiron tjulckttrp." with lrtlrolr nt 1 .1 lltVi. It . Ask". I " Dnilkf. h lAl...

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

the daily press. HENRY icB21 So CO, , nmnuimninw. - I IIJKDAY ..AUGV&T as The Protectionists' Idea of Protection. TA" notice In tariona Republican journal, I iborrd articlea on protection u the sorer cignett thing for the Inward brolws of the country. The Gaiette is strong in wis pcr auation, and ire noticed an article in the Ohio BlaU Journal In which It was statistic All ihown that, noder the recent tariffs, the number of sheep in Ohio fell off one-half. We inspect that the high price of beef cattle and dairy products will account for the falling off in sheep; bnt this is a rery tied point to make In faror of Republicanism. The duty on wool has been adjusted ex actly to suit the. Flews of protectionists, Which the Journal will find are always for free trade on erery thing except the exact article which tbey manufacture. The duty on wool was adjusted to suit the New Kn- ' vlaad manufacturers. Nominally it provides protection; but, on the theory that it is onlj for the interest ...

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

WANTED. - . . pau,., rirn bile, r,- LOST." "rOOND," BIMBDTKO." Ac.-A4. trtieement. coming-under thee, hee'tlnm, not at ding Sve 11dm, will b Inserted twloe fbr 90j cents r VTAHTD-A iwttawh in fn. north-west. fw em rart or the cltr, for a family of three Froma fr. . Andreas C'AllTER, this fnce. VilNTEi-A BOY-nVtari-an llfta.n Anil v v eighteen year of in, to attend A ariKerr- K.s: -iLii s w-Aiiu, liiiv;, 'u"- .Vrf-'n" WiNTr.DAn American or German lnttwt atit girl to do Onnnral hnnnaworlr in a smtll family. Call -t H i Bophlns-st. niw-b VENTED-A No. I female. oolorM Cook, v v None need apply but one wU reoommntled. Apply at Went r'lfthst haw-d ANTKla A Cook. Wwfctt And Ironor. Ap nival llr. BTKVKNH-H, fnw ilimra east of the ?ny, Newport, Hy. Pathollca iwl act apply. an-bJ AMfD-A STfUATIOH-As boi.kke-nef or clerk In a mercantile house, by a rounf roan of experience. (imd reference! gfvfin. As alius W. ('. Ij., oare of this office. auM-c WANTEg-At tlie Broadway Hntil, twossrub iris. Mum...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. TUKBDAY-..." ........ATorr as (From the Atlantic Monthtr.) THE PILOT'S STORY. BY WM. D. HOWELLS. Ws have already allude to that tgcellrnt poess, fcy nt young Ruekeya. hard, u ws en safely say II Is en of the bevt which hM ever appesred la the stMeaffe, and that it to doetlned la live lonf sfter the gifted singer has ceased to wear hla tuneful and impressive verse. Kb. BY WM. D. HOWELLS. I. It ws s story ths pilot told, with his back to hi hearers, Keeping his hand on Ilia wbaal and hit ere on the globe Ol llie JKCK-fllAn, Holding the boat to the there aad out of the ewaep of the curront, .. Lightly turning asld for the heavy logs of the drift wood, ' I Widely shunning the eaa(i that made oa sardonic obeisance - J . . r . .. II. All the soft, dump air was full of delicate perfume rom the voting willows In bloom on either bank, of the river, Faint, delicious fragrance, trancing the Indolent MUSeS In a luxurious dream of the river and land of the lotus. Hot i et out of...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 August 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS J unllaned dally UHntdnra Brteieepted by j HENJIY IlTCHjrj Ac CO., PROPRIETORS, orrm viict-T., off. cuitob-hootb. THE CINCINNATI DAILY PltKHft la delivered to aubacrrra In Cincinnati. Covington and fl f I surrounding cities anil town, at j I, 1 J f the extrem.lr lo price of ,j T EN -CBNTfe A WBB K, , I U vmtai. reHt BAa.ixn.. 0 4 i i-ntm or Maio. lnlf enple., 9 eonfe! one onth, 40c; thro, month., 91 : 01111 rer W-1 AO. AMUSEMENTS. A; NIXON'S HA.L.IJ. THIRD WKKK OP THE WORI.D-RE. M) NKO and favorite CAMPBELL MINSTRELS,' how conilfttlnff of Eighteen Star Performers, fitch, Rare and Bacy Burlesques. GRAND OPERATIC MELANGE. Originalities Spicy and , Quizzical. EVRV MCHT P1JIUNQ THE WKBK. AHmlMton 39 nt ehlldrn tiAlf-prlM. niM-mr CINCINNATI TKOTTTNO FAR. K. A Tiuttiiig Mutch fur $.100, mlla U-nin, hct tliiw ki live, to harness, will come on I It IDA Y, att"IWl ill Jniiai Ror knr natanoa. h. m. Com. Millar. V. V. iMinirk iiiiiuuD . u. Co 11 ft tit) nee. I Ip antlrip...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 August 1860

T11E DAILY FllESS. tima on nanurnu. VrBDNfHDAY.. Supporting Religious Ordinances in Dahomey. . weary, I Solomon slaughtered 4,000 -oxen, at 1h dedication, of the Temple. . Tke gavor mutt gave been .like our Brighton -nuvgmfit'd about one hundred time. The King of Da bomty is greater than Solomon. ' He Sacri fices human offerings more abundantly than tSolossoa did dnmb beasts. Recent advices atate that the Dahomey Solomon is about to sacrifice 2,000 persons to the memory of his grandfather. Dut a little while ago it was announced that he bad "offered up" 1,000 victims on the death of hit father, and, being little short at the time, he borrowed part of the number from the stare baracoons on (he coast borrowing of Peter to pay Paul, as they say in Dahomey and then, having the testimony of quiet conscience, and after having public prayers made for his suc cess, he set out on a foray among the sur rounding Canaan i ten, to collect the means to pay bis devotional debt, and recruit his ex ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 August 1860

WANTED. "WANl'll," "FOB BALB." -TO BBHT." LORT, "FOrND, BOABDlNO." .o.-Ad-t.rtlmnts coming trodst th. heading, not .. CMdini It llr.ws.wl II b Inmirtad twin for 11) Mat i 1VA1NTR,, Two ,K"1 Tailor. lo, food. T ttiitton-holA-ni.lcpr; to work on coat.- Ap BtltU ttlr-t unworn Court aadUlark. ; . . ' ' - laMW-b T.i WANTED A CHrtL-Inssm.il fnmllf, whro tb.reai-0 no ehlulnpn, to do fmisral hotisa work. Nlic mnst b ft good wnshsr and Ironor. Ap- pir ai s. cor, uouri and jnnn-si. an;n,-o- AlSTKll TO rrnT-A emit 11 flout, eoii, taatniiiir four to six room at. In Rntnn nlrt-jui nt lorn lit. nar th linn nf one uf tha street rutti-rutn'a .Address, Willi t pi mi, J. K. W., Proas Office, aitttr-b ATEn A ' H 6 TT IS K-For a small family. V Bent from f to ffloft per annum. AVest rn flirt of tlio city pnfetred. AddreM W. II. J., "MTANTRD-A OIUIr-At HI Pft-sl,, to run Singer's ftrwtn Machine on vest, won but nn experienced hand nod apply. anS-l WANTED A young married man, with ft mall capital and god...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 August 1860

11IEJPAILY PRESS- THE DEPARTED CHILD. BY GERALD MASSEY. fDoubfles there an taos. who on sympatkli. arltk Ik feelings her npnawa, and Judo of th. :pet'e vara y tha inarttatie canon. f th. keart.-Io.J WHh sekng hearts we atlU grope aa, V hire dropp'd uur ,ewp In t)ie dual: Tne looking crowd hava long since goo., And atiU wa peek with lonely trust; 0 little child with radiant area I ., In alt our heart-arbe we ara draw., . Unweetlng to your little grave; . There, on your heavenly shorae of dawn, Brrake gentllcr eorrnw's sobbing wave; . V little ohild with radiant eyes f Dark andernaatn tha brightening tod, The aaecteet life of all our veers la rmwtled In thia gilt to Oocl. 8uteide the gala we aland In tears I little ohild with radiant 4yee I Heart-empty M the aeom enn . Thetonly mis with wintry showers, . The breaking rloud that brframetb up With tears this pleading life of oura. 0 little chdd with radiant ayaa I Wa think of yon, our angel kith, ' Till life grows light with ararry lear...

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. — 30 August 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS It pr.blleb.ed dally (gnadaya not excepted) by II 12 N II "V It K TCI As CO., PROPRIETORS. orrrci vnri-tT,, opr. cvtroa-yoina. BR CINtflNSATI CaII.TPRIBI It dellrered to lubKabeM In Cincinnati, Oorlntton anil adrronidintt cities una l..wn, at fc t theeitreeurly low ErlcAae" 1 I flITIN CENT! A WIKK, patasub TOTna OAnaire, V m Patcee or Mutt.tKO. Hlnele coplne, a eanta: on onth, 40 .; three month., $1 j one yuar, f: SO. J AMUSEMENTS. SMITH c NIXON'H HALL, TIITU ! WFRK a THE WORLD-RE KOU NKD and feyorlte CAMPBELL MINSTRELS,, Mow eoaelatlna; of "-. 1 - Eighteen Star Performers, filch, Rare and Racy Burlesques. GRAND OPERATIO MELANGE. Originalities 1 Spioy and Qulrzioal. XVERY MIGHT DURING THE WEEK. Admlaalon 30 cents) children hnlf-prlft. tn3o-nw 1IISICAL AND SOCIAL MUXIOXI Mi t '':'' ' ..... W i i i ' ( 1 TPh XjacHoib or TRINITY M,E. CHURCH, Klnth-st., bitwMa Raoa and Elm, will fir a Musioal and Social Festival ON TUCK SPAT EVENING, AUGUST 30, Phofehor Bjnrn 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. — 30 August 1860

TIIKi DAILY PRESS, 11BNHY nKBDACO, arenas uc nmiiwM. TI1VHADAT. ..AI GI ST 30 Cincinnati Weekly Press. Our weekly edition la publUUed thli morn ing, and It for tale t the coon ting-room At thrr ctato liog'.e. Person not within coo Tenitfit (rtrb of the flnily, will find the "Wikilt' Pbkw the best tnbstitule, and a -complete newi end litararr journal for the family, flnbttcrlptioe price $1 a jfr. Sour Grapes. The population of Cincinnati U ehown by the ctntut to be about 15S,000. Some of our attmporariet are disposed to feel bad about It; there take it as If It was an afflictive dis pensation, which it was a great rirtue to en dart witisoat marmuring at Proridence, or at the cetjeut aTartbala. - It is slightly differ nt from the quarter of a million which tome f our public speakers hare been accustomed to talk afcont, when they felt very metropoV Han; but it it any calamity, or any evil, pub lie or private ? The city has all the Indus trial activity, business, commerce, property, hou...

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. — 30 August 1860

WANTED. tOBT," M FOUND, BOARDING - roft UHNT." Ac-Ad- vnrtisemanta oomlDf and or thte headings, not et MdlDg Are liDM,Hl b I Inserted twice for 9$ oenrs rANTEI T 0 RIN T A smell Oottrige. iww t.lfftntlT located. Tor snrh, a prompt par Jnf tenant mmr b had. Addraw CAHPBKIjIi, at Jt he Dally Pre Office. . a.iw-b 51VANTFTW0 TOUVO tAPllM-Tf t I tend in slroe-etore. Apply at 10 weal f Fifth St., between Kim and Race. ir 1 WANTfcD-ABWMf enok, washer And ironer. i Appiy at uu wm njra-m, i from Park. four door III.WU WAISTIIIf At the Wa.nnt-att Horn, two Pcruband two Weh (.Iris. Nona need ap- mmt no Hiur can gout iwuinren ii anao-d DAVltt A MAR8H. WANTKt-A Ladles Shoemaker on Welti a .d heeliatthe corner ol Xmk and Kvlitntlne mtrn., Newport, Ky. , A XUOS. TltlWlBJC. : ran3o-b W'aTKIVWET-N tf R 8 K A healthy, re snectaMe woman, with a fresh nrea-t of -nllk.wiil hwnrnond nit nut loo by applying at jaarLWOn 1'IMOVU f i'VTU inn. ...... ? COM arrived yesterday at APPLKUATK'S iS't 8iilh-at.. Ixtw...

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. — 30 August 1860

THE DAILY; PRESS.! THURSDAY... ..AICST 3 THE FALSE-HEARTED BEAUTY. BY ISADORE G. ASCKER. fid hut entered hpr lonely ehnmnor, . ' And lis ninae of hfr golden li:rtr la streaming, Ilk gleams in the darkness That cioeely eaclrclee her there; And the star Mm upbraiding her sadly. As they gave on the snowy breast Tt'fit heaves with an Inward struggle, ;1 With a ivw and wild nt.,. The plighted trash n. haa brexan H I Her dap vnwa ere ema)i-red fore'er; The darknese Khali harbor her arcret. Her lor thai la shattered in air; She haa bowed to the golden idol, ' A pitppat la hers to adore , A simpering creature of fashion, To cherish and lor. avef mora. The breere, with a rippling nnrmnr, ' Bends music to sweeten the night, The ftowen are rhamed In their slnmbers, And dream of lh morn's golden light; While alia hears hut a jingling clamor Of waUtee and polhae a din That echoes lha atrih- in hex bosom . And wakae tha regretting wlthiu. Again aha whirls In fha ball-room, 'Mid its gaudy arlittrr...

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