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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 31 August 1860

PINCINNATI DAIIY PRESS la published dally Uaa4areaot excepted) bp II 12 N II "V TtJTJTCD sfc CO., . pnoPRiKTOits. Ormi VIMS-ST., OFF, CUSTOM -BOUSB, . HI CIVCIKHATI DAlLl PRE88 la delivered la i subsc-rlosT" in Clnclnautl, Oovlnatoa and surrounding cities and towns, at the extremely low frit of j .51 aBTI IK CINfg A fflll patabli torns oabbiib. Ptirii or Mailimo. Blnglecoplcs, 9 ti one onlh, a oo.; three months, fjt ; ona year, W.t an. AMUSEMENTS. BMITli ate W1XON-8 HALL. Tmn n wffr op tdh world-mb-r, OWNF.lt and ntvorltn CAMPBELL MINSTRELS, Mow consisting of , filghttieh ' Stat Performers. RU Rare and Rarj Burlesques. R1N9 OFBBATXO mBLANCtB. Originalities Sploy and. Quizzioal, STEKi" NIUT PUKING TIIK WEEK. Admission 30 cental children half-price. SnSS-aw INCtNNATI TIlOTTTN PAR K.-A 'l'rottlna Match fur HAUII. mile bata. best l, inue B"AUi ofwi COUlO on UllDAY, three In live, to harness, win James Rocker name b. I. Cona. Millar. ; V'. W. I)imick names a. Coniltleuoe. I Is anticipate...

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. — 31 August 1860

THE' DAILY'PIiKSS? llKNHY RHKUftCTO - f saivoae Apn nmiirrw. - . i FRIOAY... -...ianT SI Mr. Douglas as a Backer of Lincoln and the Union. ' fr. Dongls lias, on excellent fucrilty of setting up principle nd then kicking ths bo' torn out of it. His gent principle of popular1 Sovereignty, which came over la the MayJIovtf, bos i proviso that "the measure", of loveicigaty that the people may exercise, shall be decided by the Supreme Court. No Supreme Court came over in the Mayflower, ao the imported article, in the original pack age, mut hare been defective. At Norfolk he wu rery bold, and in re iponee to the qnestion, declared that the election f Liaaoln, without any. "overt art" ota hit part, againat the Constitution, would not be any cause for Southern secession, and he proposed to buck Lincoln in treating the esctasionists as Geq. Jackson proposed to do the Bullifif r. But in the same brcfUh Tie said that, in his judgment, "the political opinions of Mr. Lincoln were hostile to the C...

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. — 31 August 1860

WANTED. fZm&mXS J?(Kvro br nt." vsTlisemants coming under th.se heading., not oil pending live llne..wlli h Inserted twlos for 99 onU ATANTFO-T 0 IJt- ,'mall Cottage, Ing tenant may be hud. Address OAMl'll K r,r!?t sue tinny i-rena umoe. saar EriTB lUTU'll V I ll " V ("1 t 1 m rti. . . T V tend In a ehoo-atorn. - n-uu in . etiiio.sTnrn. Aim i i avis wui Fifth between Elm and Rco. aii30-o V . 1 all A food rook, wanner and Ironar. ' pAPT'T at 400 Wnt Tlilrtlst., four doors -.. nw-r svir ine wainiiw., I . femhand two Wuh (llrla. No Waliiufcst, Houso, two - . wninwHi two vt-oan inns, jvona need ap. .j iinirn tuny can coma reeviiimeimoil, u30-d DAVIS A MARSH. wVANTIiD A L.dies' Shoemaker on welts a id - w imnji mo corner oi lorn and Kalantine ' " w -i . - asau-. xnAaiuK. ranMK-b mVANTKO- -W 9. T - V lr D u 11 . i ... A, u. UAHrlKi TtyANTEn-FITRKN OKNTS-lo,orio foncy . - , ..1 mii.pu Tiinii.riinv H jir 'iih iai h n new nailery, a, 4, A anil N Klfth-it.. coramencln v '" mi uri wi x inn...

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. — 31 August 1860

MgJPABYPllESa. (From the Atlantic Monthly.) SONG OF THE LOVING. BY T. B. ALDRICH. O. ed sr they who. know not Vrr, , nut, far from Mom, tears ani atnlloa. . Jh-ill rtowa a aairtmleea e, and aaae t The eilvary coutt of (airy lalea I And aadW ter wboa Ion etna: Ufa Ki. empty air. and wrpr touch .The dir warn aitmtlM of taoae they lora. Waiitna, wasting, aufforlnc asnohf . Bnt cVat M amber, iwwl M mnric, 1 la life to th(isi wiinee lire, nnlte ; 1 They walk In Allaire emlle by day, Aaa BMlto is hi. heart by Bight. AN ORTHOEPIC INCONSISTENCY. Wife, fnnVo fo some flamellng. of dough, They're better then meat for my cHiiiffli ; Fray let thrm bp boiled till hot throtiglit Bat aat till they're bee? or tough. Now I mrl h off to th. pkmth, , And the boy., vIhi thpy'v. hull enottgh, -' Bt kree thp file, on with a bough, . . . , , V hit Mm ed wn drtoke at tb traagk. EPITAPH ON A ROYAL ROGUE. These anion, and rational line ever, written an the death af FrraVrer, aaa of 0 cor go II, the moat grare...

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. — 1 September 1860

nMMMMimmmnmniMMinni CXNCUi NATI DAILY PRESS la published dally (Rnndays not excepted) by HENRY HRR1) CO., PROPRIETORS. a, otrerniiHt.i opr. rrfnTOM-iionnA '' HE CINfilNNATt DAILY PRKPR Is delivered to SubierlberB In Cincinnati, OoylugtoB Mid i , surrounding cities and t..wna, at ; ii the OXt'-euielv luw price or SKTBN CENTS A WEEK, CATABLS TO TUB OABitrm. Fbickb of Ma tuna. Single eopiee, 9 cent; one onto, dOr ; three months, 91 . one vear, HI VI, AMUSEMENTS. . f; TV ATf OJf Al.imtATRR -IOH BATES. J.w Mjngiiri,J..C. UiKLKV, 8U(t Manager. GRAND OPKnlNa NIQHT. BATmDAT EVEKIftO, September 1, KWfl, tho peimimanre w.ll c- .nmnee with (ieorge Lorell's elebiatcd play, in fin note, entitled l.OVk'8 8CRiri!fi; Oa. Tiir. Rival Mkbchantb. Matthew Ftmore, Mr. J. O. Hanleyt Paul Inftmt, Mr. W. H. Uauibllnl Eueenede Lorme. Mr.T 8. Holland. M I,.., Mr L. '. band; Friar Dominic, Mr. W Edwards; wane Hose, Mr. Btnart Hnhson; Alarffaret Jointure, Mlaa Virgiula Itow.rd; Her. rnioeu1 Vermont, lilns Addl...

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. — 1 September 1860

THE DAILY PRKSS. HKNHY HlCWn&CO., BATVKDAT ..fsRPTBHBBflt. t The Negroes—How They Cause the White People to Sin—Their Wickedness—Dahomcy People to Sin—Their Wickedness—Dahomcy and Mount Pleasant. It is a question whether nil ths negroes In the world ought not to be exterminated. The art to wicked, per , and tha trial iff -cant faute of to much wickedness in others. There Is nothing like negroes to lend the white people into the paths of transgression. But for the negroes, the piously-inclined in habitant of Knrland and the United States would nerer hare indulged in the profitable luxury of the slave-trade. But for the ne frroes, the soul-destroying offense of crossing human breeds could never hare happened. r rrtro Salharmt. It is a wonder that God has so long tolerated this stumbling block and rock of offense to his elect; and the fact does not speak well of the vigilance of those to whom he has entrusted this branch of his government. Without desir ing tt) be irreverent, we wo...

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. — 1 September 1860

WANTED. ANTIin-OOUNTKK TABLIS-Bncond. mum, ni iiff matu-sc. nn.ll-b" "WAM!" v"t;"a-'t- ami Button-hole v w klekera, at iieojjrajniit-.treet, fourth story. T PohTKB'B Art Palace, 100 West J inrth" ,tr" ' " T m-l hi M'AVIKtr-A J'l'KCHAHnlt V..r a flylna; I-hni;i. Will h. gold f..r h1f nri. Ad dress J. K 11AK TNO tlirnngh Ptwtoffloe -l b nAM K U-TO HKN i'-A seoond nr third-: .17 room, I a respectable family. Adircse Mas. 8.J1., Tress Office H b WANTfcl - A UIKL-Tu do general h .nun ork. Qtrman preforred. Apply at No. t(3 George Bt. an3l.li" VANTKII-A OlBL--At J1 Wainnt-iit., to vv assist In the kitchen tiooil wages wli be given to -ne that Is a five and hanriV aill-b V ANTKO A BMAI.L Jlliuik Of three or T. or rooms, in Covington Address 8. B. Jm By J .WT. mm-n WANTKD-A I) VijiST'8 .;LKK.-To at tend to the Prescription Department one who sreaks German Add rest Box 074 Cincinnati P 0. ,.b WANTIcls-FI ITTKRm CKN I S-lf..r exoe.lent Pirttires In cases, at A PP I.K J AT KB. corner Fifth and...

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. — 1 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HATl. I( DA ........... ! B I'T K M II 8 II 1 [From the New York Saturday Premed.] LOVE AND DESPONDENCY. BY CHARLIE GARDETTE. Th. freon a frh-flllnd gnv; An 0.1 n withered trv-; A crouching dig,;iT.d I: lti, I, tlilMol Hi threel (The Kfnl dure tot cent ') rerthednvi the elref fright, And halli now.ui. the i.v; ... Ami the Or I is the Lord of Night. Tin I t a iW vevrd tool, T,, K-r.lk-. " nun.' wish neer! ) i Thai hell f-'ll. til" ) t 1 , And Imrird II foternuj litre! I did! I bnried It brl . . If ever I owned a ,oul, Ihe moon is drinking it n-iw From out of tht gbitsll)' bofcl'! ?rom ont of the marble um hat crownii that fre.li fllkd grave; For to her that lyi-th therein Th win ot au onl I gavel )' ''' T IMlCF'thMo vrords, nd I Otlnk I spake thetn, perchance, alond: The maible um grew black, And the moon sailed Into clor-.d; And whip on came to my side. Ann touched m bund, aacl said; . 'If thon ha-t buried thy soul. Lot the Di-d burr their Iicail'" rt.n tb Bnft hnd ...

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 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRES3 ' It published dally (Sundays net exospted) bp IIENBY IlKED fc CO., PB0PB1ETOB8. ernes vibb-st., nrr. cvrroa-itoum. fiK CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS It delivered to nbflcrlbera In Cincinnati Covington and l ,. gurroandlng cltlss and towns, at .' ' -' - the extremely low price of ' pJBTBN CENTS A WEEK, PATABLB TO Till CABBIBB. Pbicfk or Mjnttno. Single enpl-s, 9 cents; one owh, 4Aie. three months, ll ; one year, 94 SO. AMUSEMENTS. S MITH'dc NIXON'S HALL ' rot RTU WEEK Of THK ' Excelsior Campbells ! Whose performances are nightly applandod by - t ' , Crowded and Fashionable aadiencea t Kew Dramatle Travestios I ' .' Exquisite Operatic Burlesiioe EIGHTEEN STAR PERFORMERS In now entertainment each night I Admission 30 centa; children half-price. Per formance to commence at a precisely. se2-ftw MUSICAL. TfcTEYV PUBLICATIONS. --''"ROPS OF watr," (unuttPH a'Min.j pt Archer, cpntu; "jet out of the Vihlernww" and "Dixpy'n Land, " Ai perlornied by.Monter'i Band, 13 cents; " L...

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 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. UUEMMY REBO & CO., bmvmm a, nmnmi. WON BAT.. ..... SEPTEMBER 3 I.krrRtwe nd Whlaky Inapeello.. The Enquirer grumbles t the appointment . Whisky Injector, . The grounds npou vile it ground! iU grounds of complaint re that ft tnnjority of them are He publicans, (he-minority an American, and that the Democrats bare ao representation In fbe in spectorship; also that R. Dclavan Muaeev, of the Qeuette editorial staff, is one of the new Inspectors. The Enquirer says that with one eicepiioo eTery single Whisky Inspector is political Lincoln worshiper, and swears by Lincoln and Joba Brown, and takes his text ttvm IheRepublican Platform. We are unable to see bow this incapacitates these gentlemen for inspecting whisky. According to the correspondent of the Oommerciat, "on the cir cuit of the Contentions," the consumption of vhuskv at the construction of the Chicago Platform, showed that the ancient Demo cratic mantle bad descended on the Republi can party. These appointme...

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 September 1860

WANTED. WANTKO-MIMiWRIOHT-Br J. B. Monr, I AUchinlit, 16 Wtt Coliirul,a-it. ,2-b "VANTKI A jimrnryroan Plumber. ? of H. MetJollera, No. 101 Bistu-st. Inqnlm wJ b - mwrANTEn-A GlRt from twelve to ilxtnpn T TPIiril IMU, I" Kir (Ml TT fiimn I KINNEY, KHl'V Uo 'a, TbtrdtU, earn run. tu bo on wnimrl Hills. livi'iire nt WANTKD-A VKHT-BA8 i'KR Apply imme. dlately oa BttyiulUer-ftt., conil door from OlWer. oit-b WANTKlMn tho we-tern trrfti.e city, two unfuriiMfd rooms, with tmnrd. fur two ?mrit. Aud roe J. T,, P. l. Boa ,1 TO. s WANTED PIX GIRLB-To work on TMti. lNon liut f.rat-rate haoda neftd apply at 14 F.t Fourth st ( lit Him A. si;3-b WTEinnin"(dlntely, a ProtMtsnt grl (VJcrman pre.errrd) tocook and do Kfn-rn1 i'trwork. Good reference required. Apply at lftO Bnrr-rt. se3-a 1VAMTKU-BI (rirU. to H'l good pituatlons; v v aim;, nmr ucrmitn gin, jot general noDM , work tti private sSimHIe lVnw-np wanting cm Payment cn find good places by applying at the vnu v, dim at-iih-os... new Aiiuill ,...

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 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. j [Written for Cincinnati Daily Press.] MIA CARA. I..V nlrM mr raw bew.1". 'T alnlnJialr Wu c'-lr railed; i"n thy snowy bnl- Twoelanatercori-wllh ray crest - Jfy heed was softly pillowed, while thy fair, fond arrn.,sr.w'r ay.tnb.ld.r bare, - In whltMmprl.namentand awi-et nnrnst, .. Mr thrnhrmi. bin hnld. mil I was bleat Thrtn.hiTt tli".s dreamy hour b.rond comm. While tana w lay. hy form's Impassioned kiM Thrilled niin. rllta )cry lmV It rose or lull, t'ntil methon.M the cnnrentmted bliss Of nil th .pherea bad honnd us in Its spell, Ve t"l1 our ec.tacy in sliiiddrrlng siitha. - inrougu uioi.ii-riTu eiw, CINCINNATI, August 15,1860. NIHIL. Agricultural. Ths Errcr of Fkidino Pumpkins to Milch Cows. The Country Gentleman hag this communication in late issue: ." There, is much difference and apparent contrariety of opinion as to the eliect of pumpkins eaten by milch cows. Some con tend that tbey increase the yield of milk, while others as stoutly deny any such effect fro...

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 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I published dally (Sundays not cicopted) bp ? , IIENHY 11EKD 6c CO. PBOPRIKTOBS. j1 ovrics visi-st., opp. custom-hoc., I , BI CINC1KKATI DAILY PBrWS I delivered to , J f ,' fonbscrlbere la Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cIUm and towns, at ' tbe extremely low price of SE YEN.CBNX8 A WEEK, 1 ,f J .rAYASLB Mffll Uivn, PaTcra or Mawm. Single copies, 92 cent.; one onth, 40c ; three months, 91 ; one year, g: AO. AMUSEMENTS. JMITH ft NlXON8 BALI. .1 ! r t'.i I !' 1 ' " " ' rOV BTII WEEK OF THB ); '. Excelsior Campbells! . - ' -!! ' TVhose performances are nightly applauded by ' ' Vrowded and Fashionable audiences ! 1 Hew Dramatic Travesties' I i Kxqnfolre Operatic Burlesques. . EIGHTEEN WAR PERFORM KR8 .. 1 ; . In ne entertainments each night I Admission 30 cent ; children half-price. For. foripance to commence at 6 precisely, ae2-aw , - J it . . CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK.- bare fur m pure of ft?5, mile hats, bent three in ft.e.to harness, will come on DAY, Hep...

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 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS KJKMIY KKED dap CO, r - - imti Ass norumaaa, 2 , rroit papkr or mt citt. TI'KfDA V Proposed Mission to Abolitionize Dahomey, Its Logical Consequences On Republican cotemporaxiet r very : Aosioua to pcntiade onr Southern brethren , ths4 liovrtver hostile the Ropablbmus may be to il8Try in the Territories, they -will never inteifere with it In the State where It is es tablished; their hostility to slavery where it dow not exist, "will only "be equaled by their J Sacred regard lot iU rights where it docs eiixt, This sireir King U expected to sooth the South into quiet submission to the elec tion of Lincoln; but it would be well to notice the sentiments which are constantly ivocated in those journals, and to compare them with this flattering promise. , , ..The Cincinnati Gazette professes the 'tnopt , Swred regard fbrslarery where It is, yet it calls the enslaving of four millions of human beinjii "a crime against the human family r tliftt can hot go unpunished," and it ...

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 September 1860

WANTED. "WAHT8. ros balm, rua BMT UNO.3 BOABMNO " in-IV - LOUT." on vlrtlHmAnb imnlne nnriAt-1 i ' . : ' cvedlng Bra lines will be lnaertei twice fnr'Ji cub t j n rrx L . ' i wTJ'STiT'" ??H"r" "' on chambermaid' - ... . wir.vo nnm; . m-4 a r??JKr.t,ITDAT,i1'-,''' a young vt-omTn wf wou rrrercnce, Aililrcfa U. " ' : J set-h VT.K.'n,mpdl,,',Ti ' WesTsixtif. rrirnero hand at dress making. so4-li V ANTE D-A HI BL rrnraTweTve to sixteen IVAlMKIMii tlis we.tern nart nf tl,. -i... v v two miriirni.Oiod ronms.with lionrd, for two Jersor,B. Address J. T., P. 0. Box !1,I70. sej-t" ANTF1-A BOY-To attend a eoda-fenni: 5i..2';r wi'.h tu."1 r-cnmmeoda-Apply at ls Central av between oiuth lion ,nd Filth. ee4-b WANTFB-A 8ITUATION-D ly a young hidy Is a very good i w nm uot a-aeceer or Copyist JTP 1?' nu oua in "fiw. Addren J. O. F.j at tliia office. sct-h 1VA NTED Immediately, a trl or Woman to .,," n.irH oi a small family. VIM IM II Vnll tn nn- 1... ...111 ...1. 1 (lowl wares Inquire at 19 J Iftee...

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 September 1860

TIIE DAILY PRESS. TfiKPIMr.. HKPTBMBKR 4 MAUD AND MADGE. MAUD AND MADGE. BY NORA PERRY. Tfi'v iwni rorntwrl tn-lr haanllfhl hair, . Tir Son- bright trr-asa one by one, Atl"'r l"ffhcd and talkediiithohambTttiere, ! After the nrcl ih dune. r Id1v tW vallteil of vraltt and fja.ilrllle, ! , Idly they lanuhcd like othor airl, Vho over the lire whrn nil in still Comb ont their braid aud eurls. ' 'Hebe of entln and Brmael lace, K not of flower and ribbou too, BrRttrrd ahont in ovary place l'or the rare la through. And Wand and Madft-e In robea of white, ' The prrttimt niuht-a'nwnaiHidor the annt BtneHn;lea, aliporleta, ait io the Bight, For th reval i aono, Pit and eomb their beautiful hair, Thoee wonderful wavp of I nmn and gold. Till Hie nre I ont in the chamler there, And the little bare feet are cold. Tri nt of the Fathering winter chill, l. AM ont of the hitter ft. Agnee weather, Vhile the fire isont and tho house i slill, - . -i . MasMl and Madge togutlier, - IKand'and Mdre In robe o...

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. — 5 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS U oobllshod dally Uranoayi not excepted) by , HENRY UEKD & CO., I I OTrito vnis-sT., opr. currron-Honsi. v (IS CTSoInNATI DAILY PRESS Ii ddlrar4 to subscribers Id Cincinnati, Oflrlngton and -surrounding cities and towns, at the extremely low fries of KTKN CENTS A WEEK, ' - ' ' FATAILI TO TR CAUlS. Purer.! ot Maiiiko. Single coplwi, 9 cents: one Olith, 40c thm months. It I ! one yonr, S.I .10, AMUSEMENTS. TrATIONAl,THKATER JOII V B 4TE3, -XI Managor i J Q. Hamlft, Stage Manager. Third night of Hist MAQOIE ktlTCMELTj, the .Star uf the Woit. THIS EVENING, September 9, the Military Drama of THE FRESCn 8rY. MathIM. Ilsmer, Honrl ft. Aline, Miss Maggie Mitchell; Miharomed, a Pesert Spy, Mr. J, a. Henley; All Pacha. Mr. W. II. llnmblln; Col. Coorcy, Mr h. t. Hand. Pee de Deni La BegnliMlla Mantila, By the Bi.TiBu I1kkaje, axhis and KaxMTiNi. , To conclude with tlie musical Farce of THE BONNIE Kisn-WIFE. ' Site Thistledown. Maggie McFarlane, with songs and dance, ...

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. — 5 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. BKMtY BKED&OOw ' ' VDITOag AI raorBiBroaa. " OFFICIAL PAPKR OF TUB TTTT, wnwgHpW.7iaKgTK jw Baa a Official Paper of the City. P commenced, yesterday, the publica tion of the city ordinances and advertise ments, which wm awarded to ns on an ex hibit of the circulation of the Paiss. This will Increase the interest of our paper to laboring-men and contractors, as well as to all who are interested in the city improve ments and regulations. Negro Disabilities in Ohio. J. H. Riley, of Columbus, has published a pam hlet review, by John H. James, of the decision of the Supreme Court of Ohio, of the question whether colored persons may rote in Ohio, as "white male citizens," and whether election officers are liable for mis takes in refusing a person's vote. The difference between the Republican and Democratic parties in regard to people of color, Is merely one of dejrree, or of policy, cot of principle Both agree that the black man is subject to legal disabilities and in...

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. — 5 September 1860

WANTED. 1VANTKD-ONI GOOD VEST-BASTE R-At f 113 H Kverett -t. .notr 1 4" A IN T i , II A vast biitton-hoiemaker it t Ml th irt . third slow, nevb' liriNT ILR'A BUY wv fitting Apply lit JS3 Syeam. re-al. Wbo nnderstatidB bo ft- A NT K I T o porters aud one chamtiertnald, WW at l lie Madison II. nun. l-b IV J N 1'kb A 000 1 IRL Towo-k loitt.m TV hulea In vests, lnouli at 458 Fifih-at. txtaeeti l'ark and Mill sea b ww an seumstreas. Jl., at thin oflic. SITUATION Hy ayouna woman (iooa rci rence. aanrwa u. sol b' , NTKI -Immediately, at Silly West Sirth- v nr t, l-efween Ji.nn ana Dtnuo. an ex. Iwvrie need hand at drew making. ael-M IVAM'KII-A OIRIi Krom twelve to sixteen ww veaia "id. to go on W'nlnn tlilla. Inquire at tMNfVF.Y. FHI'Y A tin 'a, Thlrd-iit seil-d -To BUY A ecconrt-hanil Portable Mim'l aizn m .t lit1 Irul.U Af1i1r..u J A L' V . Pit l .w.1, 11, . M 4'A4 se.vb' ANTitn- Bl'icksiulth'a Forgo. WAKTKII-lilliLS-t'oi.tlhnally to do vert ona kinds ol work.tn the city and country. Ai...

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. — 5 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. ... Sl fTK.llnBft S MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. In Third-street, yesterday, the number of 1 swrment. maturing caused, as usual en ths 4th, ' more activity In Financial circles. The Notes and Bills metarlng were unusually numerous, but Ron- I rally swell In amount, and all thai bore the name of parties in good commarolnl atanding wore promptly nil. The Monetary market continued aay for all undoubted names at ("(AU per cent.; the average price point about 10 (or Drat class Taper, In the regwler soaiters. The Inoniry ft temporary accommodttlnn was larger than t r several days preiimi. and there was mere borrowing of the merchant- fr.m each other; but bevostd thin, the features of the market under went no particular alteration. , Jiastern Exchnngo. in consequence of th demand fir remittances Kent for the collections that had fallen di.e, was firmer, bnt rate are unaltered; being the buying and ,S prem. the selling rate. The Bankers sometimes paid only M ...

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