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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 6 September 1860

7 CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS li published dally IHunaays aotexenpted) bf ( H1INBV 11KEU Ac CO., PBOrRIRTOKS.' " ' orrica vrgg-st., or-. crTOM itorsR. CJNCIWNATI DAILY PRICgg Is dollvared to 1 1 subscribers in Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cities and towns, at . . - th. extremely low price of ' SEVEN CENTS A WEEK, PATAILI TO TBI CARK1K. rmfTM nr MAti.tws. Single copies, t cent.; ona otith, 40c; three months, SI ; one year, : 50. AMUSEMENTS. VTrONALlHRTEIt -JOHN BATE, il Manager; J. U. Haklki-, Static Mitnagor. ' Fourth niplit of Ml) MAGGIE MITCHELL, the Star of theWost. THIS EVENING, Septembor 6, the new comic drama termed THB YOUNG PRINCE; Oa, Thk Pnivitina or A Kino's Son. IPrlnco Frederick, nf Prnwla, Mian Maseln Mitch, ell; King Frederick, Mr. W. Elemrdst Couut Ueuderon, Mr. Herbert: lues, Princess of Brnns-l-k, Misa Emma Wilton; Queen of Prussia, Mra. L. S. Hand. ' Grand Scotch Pas do Penx, By the 8iti.s Hkkrauk, Annii and Eatir.BTisa. ' To bo followed by the delightful farc...

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 September 1860

THE DATLY PRESS. I TU vaoranvoaa, ' " 1 i Tnri V... ...NBfTlXBKK 6 Cincinnati Weekly Press. ' '. Onrirek'.v edition to published thii morn t and Is for f At the eonntln?-room at thrt erU inPle. Terwng not within con Tfnient reach of the daily, will find the "" V?Ktf Past h mbelitute, and ft complete d literary? journal for the family. Subscription price a year. The Sheriffalty. The diaturlmncea in the of Hamilton County center upon the ques - . t;n. nf the candidate for the Sheriffalty. Mr. Myers better known under the $oubr met of "Little Rd," appearg to have hnye rnii!...d tlir Dolicy of the "Little Giant." -il,rt hisBHrty at a dead-lock placing Ijcforeit themltarnatWo: Little Red OT no tiody. Whether the adjournment from the Charleston of the Queen City to the Balti more of Mount " Pleasant will prove m pro pitious to Myers a the model Democratic bfcira did to Douglas giving Mm tin nora. instion at the rs& & divi.d?d. party, n rival candidate, and prospects Cf flection th...

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 September 1860

WANTED f.7. ' HrANTRD-A PlIROFlABRR-rnr Flvii? , J l"tiiu'Ad.pr.Ux I,VJH. ei l ' I VL T -T'" FM' tv-Von" puntTifViri 'miiMii, Apply at HW Dndlor-st, se-b HOT Wl.. IH..IN.I..JI i. n - Apply Ht 1S.1 Longworth st. u 1V.,TKD-N AICNT-Wlth" Bma'l "an ' T 7i. Vi .,'.' nr"'-claae isswing m ..ihlnos. lV'r ' 30 Wwl tonrth rt , so. .1 I1"r H h VAN1ED-Ar" the Wa aiit-st. House, live v y Kirln tor washing nd Ironing. A.iniy 1m ?""'!lt'Jy ' I "-& I DAVIN A MAIUIH. . VATt,-A the v dining-room hands. v ntting. Walnut Bt. H-use, fire Appty immMUtelv. In VIH ft M HMIf, WANTED Ul H L A g.s.d hutton-hole-in s,r .Arpl at 14 Wt Uourt-et. tween Cultcr and I. inn. ee-i-li WANTEIJ A oTliL J o tlo go. rsl h-u-e-wnrk.et 158 Mvlr11p.tm1.1t., bet 1 Pop laranri Maite i(l Daymlllnr and i .1. -efl-b V"'1 '"A MII ttlKI.-Ti t v noina 111 vests, tjetween J'nrk rd Mill rk button. Inquii at 4tO e"il'tiwt. WANTEIJ Immediately, a good O.rl to di general housework. Reference! required. In.jiilTf at 57 Genual t., betwe...

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 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. . BBPTKMrlH. R. 6 1 [From Once a Week] A LOST HEART. BY JESSICA RANKIN. Whm 1. tnv heart ? Alaa f nnl here. It wanrinr'a from my carpft.il kwrping, And "stole away" on Hunmr'ln V ben 1 iu too ecurt-ljr sleeping. I called It Wk. f.h, rrnent heart. ' It would not heed the timely warning, But vow'd, with nnt a blush and smile It would reliirn before the morning. The mm-alng came, but not my heart j i're never seen the wanderer din, nd can't forgive the faithless elf or keeping me In euch su peiue. ' I've lost my heart. What must be done? 'Tie plain I can not lire without it ; ' TVrcnance, some diiy it may return. If I don't eay too much about it. for hearts, I know, are so prrreree. hat if the. think yn .rir.n them highly, 1 hey giv. themselves conceited aira, Ana v.r.v often treat you vilely. A nd to I'M try to bear my loss, Vy wounded feelings I muni wniother, 1 may, perhal s, ro i-air my loss, And mime day findniyaelf another. 'Will no one volunteer a loan Until I c...

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 September 1860

. CINCINNATI DAILY PRES3 Is published Unity Ulunaays not excepted) by ... iiknuy ii reran & co., ! J ' ., J I'BOrRIKTOKS. j - y orrtcg vth-it., on. cvstom-botsii. : I B CIMCIKSATI DAILY FBK8S la delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and t surrounding cities end towns, at the extremely low pries of SBVBN CENTS A WHEK,:' FATABL1 TO Tn CABRIKe. r Pbicm or MAir.nin. tfingls copies, 9 eents: on onth, 40c; three months, SI ; one year, ' nil. AMUSEMENTS. ' NATIOPfALTHKATKK.-JOHN HATES, Manager ; J. G. llANi.tr, fcUago Manager, . " BENEFIT OF MISS M AGGIE MITCnKtH. THT8 trr.mm, .Member T, the beautiful Corned, In tw, acta, entitled MASKS AND FACES ! 0, Uxroai arb Behind thx Ctrtaik. Set Wofflngton, Miss Maggie Mitchell; Triplet, Mr. J. a Henley , Sir Thai 1m Ponan.ler, Mr. W. II. Hamblln : Krnest Vane, Mr. L. V. Rnrid ; Col ley tabber. Mr. W. Kdwnrds; Mabel Van, Hiea Virginia Howard ; Kitty Clive, Miss . Wilton. '' ' " Grand Bcotch Pas de Dcnx, ' By fhe 8ierins Hinrapr, Ah.n...

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 September 1860

TOE DAILY PRESS. W J ItY KKKllioO.. 'Jl 0FIOIAt"PAPKROF THS1 CITy7 I It I PAY.. ..... K IT ft M ft KK. T Mr. Breckinridge's Speech. ; : y t . W doubt If tbe public expectation is not Somewhat disappointed In this speech, a dis appointment due partly to the high estimate ' ability which a jrenerous public had corde4 to a young nan before he had been - placed in any position to pnt his qualities to fcterere test, and while his political career bad been remarkable only for its tannines. It is regarded as bad policy for a candidate or a party to be placed on tUo defensive, yet this is chiefly a defense against the charge of disunion sentiments. Of the rest of the Speech, tbe (rreater part is a riodication of 1 himself from the charge of advocating pop ular sorereignty in 1856. Certainly these are not enthusing themes for so enthusiastic . a audience as that which greeted Mr. Brcck lor id r. ', The charges which he fought were merely Democratic chickens, returning home to roost. Mr. Brec...

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 September 1860

WANTED I. ; ' "wants," "roB ba lb. roB fwr." if LOUT." rOCND," "BOABDINQ." 4o.-A ertisemawts ooming under these headings, notsg oeedlng It lint, will be inserted twice for 95 cents VA"T.,!'-A PUKOHAPKR-Kor riy'ni WT Dutchman." Ad trass Box 1,390. eea-b WANTED Two gTrls te "sew "nrTTants after machine. Apply at Podler-at. sr-b V"A T En ONS GOOD VK8T-B ASTER At v vj;jit nrerelt-st. !eb ANTED A vest bntton-hule-maker At fs rre"i mxin-et., tmru story. se.i-o- ANTED A HOY Who understands bsit fitilng. Apply at 183 lungwort h-st. i (1 b WANTED Immediately, an Ergincer to ran stationary engine. Must becontoetent and eorr ArPly at A77 Bixth-et. rp71 WANTED N AGENT With a small lui, fur two first-class sewing macli Apply at 30 .West Konrth-st , sersv.d floor. WANTED At the Waiaut-st. Bonne, tire girls tor washing and Ironing. Apply Im gnedistcly. (sefr-b-J DA Via AMAU8H. VANTED-At the Walnut at". Hmise, Are ,, dining-room hands. Apply 'Immediately. e-b t)A V 18 A MARSH. WANTED 01 RIi-A go,id...

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 September 1860

ljQ!AlLY.gRS. rmniY.... -...,.......f8PTi!MBKa r [From the Atlantic Monthly.] MEMORIES OF A MAGNOLIA. SfemoriAl of my former dev., Magnolia, a. I scent thy breath, And od thy pallid beauty gate, I feel not tar from death I 80 mnrh hath haytpone. t .nd so mnch Th. l4b hath claimed of what was mtn., Thy fi agrance iiwn mt with a touch Am from a baud divine 1 So many dead 1 nn many t Blnce first, by this Magnolia's tree, I pressed a gentle hand and Mid A woid 110 more for me 1 Lady, who sendest from the Bou'h This frail, rale token of the past, I pres the petals to my mouth. And sigh as 'twere hit last. Oh, Iots, we live, hut many fell I The world's a wreck, hut we survive! Bat, rather, still on earth we dwell, But gray at thirty Are! The Science of Angling. p . We take the following from the works of . tie late W.T. Porter: Fly-fishingr requires manr natural attri tnites, among which must oe chiofly enu- ' Berated, a light and flexible hand and arm, a quirk eye, and one that can "squi...

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. — 8 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii aublished dally ttrandars not excepted) br HENIIY rt KITS ID Ac CO., PROPRIETORS. OTrlCl VISS-ST., OTT. CTOT0M-H0OT1. BI CINCINNATI DAILY PRKS8 Is delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and inrronndine; cities nd towns, at the extremerf low price of I .' fi SBVEN CENTS A WEEK, riiitLI to tp s linns. PmciB T Mmna. Pln1 coptw, 9 cants: oti omh, 40c; thrse months, 91 ; one rear, Id 31), AMUSEMENTS. t iTKK'M m'KUA-HOl lE.-H. N. 1'IKK, Jl Proprietor) U. T. Smiii, stage Manager; J, J , Hebdebt, Treasurer. The openlns night of thli magnificent temple of the Drama Is fixed for ., MONDAY, 8KPTHMBEB 10, ISM), Vlth n carefiilljr-splected companr. comprising the following Indies and grntlfmnn : Mr. J.u. ncT'or from tho Eastern and Eton) hern thsaters; Mr. J. K .3.U. Turlor, Mortimer, the popular actor nod universal fATorlto; Ilr. C. Halo, the celebrated comedian: Mr, ). F. Jones, from the Bost.n Theater! Mr. W. K.8Jior tdiin, Mr. Lanngnn, Mr. O. D. Ohaplin, ...

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. — 8 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HEKKY KKKUsVOO., .'. unou am ntniimi, OFFICIAL I'APKK OF THE CITY. PATI HTMY.... HEl'TKMBKR 8 Imports and Revenue. The imports of general merchandise into 1lie port of New York for the week ending September l, vere f 5,777,425. The imports fince ' January l are about $10,000,000 less tkau for tbe same time last yenr, but the imports of the week are about $1,500,000 renter than of the corresponding week Kit j ear.' This U probably bnt the beginning of the increase in Importations which will be mode on the strength of the exaggerated estimates of the grain crops of the Northern States. This will show such an improvement tin the Government revenue by the time Congress meets, that the Republicans will I deprived of the excuse of an empty treas ury and accumulating debt, for advocating a liigher tariff. It will be shown that the revenue is sufficient for an economical Ad ministration, and to redeem the publie debt, find a party which advocates an Increase cf (he revenue ...

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. — 8 September 1860

WANTED. WAHTB," -rOB BabaV "FOB BINT.' LOST," "FOTJND." "B0ABD1HO." Ao.-Ad- vsmaenents coming onder then heading!, not ceedini ave lines. will b. Inserted twice for 3.1 rant A r l K if ui nu a uermnn girl to do r-n Tv cral honaewoik. flood refereneM ramifr-Ml. nii ai 1.0. io uuiud ;ia-n VVAlsTEnA fiinii-To oook, wash nd Iron 7 1 a m-ll family. Reference required. Ap tly t 1) East Fourth-, t, ee-b fiTANTrD-rncR ioon ooorEns-Appir tv ai t.nAS. vi lMbkt 0 Hoop, on uomo-ii,, peiwcon plain anq w mm water tianal. .on-c- ANTED A N IJ K 8 K-G I B 1,-Agod rrom vv twelve to fourteen. German girl preferred. Apply at lai Weat Beventh-st. ant-b 7ANTRri Tmmeillatrlv. an Knalneer to run It stationary eniritie. Must be competent and SWT. Apply al 077 Hiam-al. ee7-b GIRL To do general hmiM. v v work. Inquire at 164 West Bixtli-st. liaiT li WATE- -A BEltVANT GITIT.-To rook. end iron. Amilv t nVJ. Wmt Ka. nth-t.. below Mnuml. eo7-b T ANTE 1 TWO Q I K LH- ne for d I n I n ((-room w w una one ior c imtt...

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. — 8 September 1860

THE DAILY TRESS. 8ATIKDAY. . .HBPTBTinRa 8 MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. The Dank era of Third-street reported rMttor antot condition of affair VMUrd&y, but Honey etitfiiuwl In actir demand, sod rt of Interest verc blglir Un, they bd boii Pa ter groins 11 ir cent, which could nave bten old at 10 a wtrt before, and tome naoias ruling at 15 wliica oouU bar beea negotiated at 11 par CMlt, CurreBcy mm Tklant1r In mora limited aunplr, and tber wm more dMinsitton to curttil discounts than formerly. The Money nrkft unilnrwaiit no l4cial change of coraeinpnce, but it mw doubt Irvulf mora ti iiint tlinn at tbe tHginuiug of the weak. Kiutprn hxrhaiiso wan in better demand, but the mmkot wee eney at Wc.lfi Y and H iren.. selling rate. Uolri waa lll, and New Orleaua Li change nomiuai at preTioiifl priei. In llnrrant aUaey there waa no alteration. On the ho. o, the Financial condition ot affaire wat Tery fair tnr the treason, bnt stilt there was no important movement in any dep...

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. — 10 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS ' Is published dally IBnnoaya not excepted) by . HENRY HEED & OO.j . PR0PUIKT0K8. I Omtl VtKS-ST., OPP. CCSTOV-HOUSl. I HE CINCINNATI DAILY PRKS8 Is delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cltlns and towns, at the extrsmely low price of 8ETKN CENTS A WEE K 6 -atasu to rni oAkatiB. f ; r faiicns nr MAiitiro. Single oopl 9 Mnts; ens Mli, 40a.; three months, ll ; on year, H'.t BO. AMUSEMENTS. PIKE'S OPKltA-HO'TSK.-S. N. PIKE, 1'ror.rletor i 0. T. Smith, stage Manager; J. Jf. Bummr, Treasurer. . , Trie oyeulni ntaht of thin magnificent temple of flie Drawn is fixed for MONDAY, SKPTBMBER 10, 18S0, "WlHi carefully .selected company, comprising the fallowing lumen and gentlemen : Mr. J, II. Taylor, from tio Eastern and Southern theaters; Mr. J. K. Morthusr, the popular actor and universal favorite; Sir. C. little, the celebrated comedly.n : Mr. 0. F. Jones, from the Boston Theater ; Mr. W. K. Sher idan, Mr. Lanngan, Mr. ft. D. Clmnlhi, M...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 September 1860

rrTTT? T A TT 7"PTT?C1CI I . JLllri UlYl UI 1 J VEeOO. UENHY IK:lIJ Ac CO, uhtow am noniiMifc official pafkb or th oitt. tt MONDAY.. ..SEPTEMBER 19 The Press of Business in the Press. ' Out aditorial wrings art clipped by the ' rapid increase of our advertising business; v but instead f editorials we give onr readers fresh advertisements not old soldiers that . hare stood guard for sis months, but new "every morning, and lively, and we have an idea that fresh advertisements are rather more read than editorials; they certainly are more interesting to us. Our paper shows the forerunning wave of the tide that prom ises to fill all channels of business in Cincin nati this fall. It also shows those who are tip with the times, and ready to take advant age of it We feel that no apology is due onr readers , for giving up space to advertisements. In f the way that matter is condensed in the . Priss, both in substance and in mechanical dimensions, we give a large amount of news in a small com...

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. — 10 September 1860

WANTED. "WAHT8," " FOB SAba," "FOB B.KAT." LOST," "FO0KD," "BOARDlKO." o.-Ad. .eerttsetaenta coming nader these beading, not needing In liites.wlll be Inserted swipe par 39 oenta LJH WANTED MAN A steady man, competent to attend to the bnsine.s ef a Saloon. Apply at TODP'S Oystor-honse, a.?: Walout-st.- seio-b VAJi'lk'K,-01B,'8-Tenirlii to work o reels. T Must lie gw.d hands. Apply lit 14 East Fourth-Hi., mom No. ft. selo-b WANTKD-GlitL A German rrotcatant girl. A good washer and Iruiter. Irish and Catho lira not wanted. Apply at 97 Walnnt-etreet. seia-b AN TEDaFnoTo East Hinth-st., two Rood helpers In a blacksmith-shop, on carriage- ork. l1" 1 J. A .B HAN N 0 N . MrANTED-GAS FITTEltS-Apply at8t!LLN t VAN A MrlNTYItE'8 gaa and Btoain-rUtiug establishment, 386 Central-nv. sey-c i XTAKTK if1 V F.8TBAKT KR8 And throe com- T trntairlstornnowing-rnarhinos. Inquire t No. 100 w alnut-street, fourth story. scy-b "an t En four good oooPERs-Appiy at CHA8. Ql IcJLKV'g Shop, on Uoms-it., sjetwee...

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. — 10 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. MOMMY.-, .,JEJTKMBKK 1 HliHitimi I THE BARDS OF NATURE. BY G. HUCKVALE. Jtvef, with ft en nnsttnt.n.r, Oi the rock And tree and nod .Nature's sul'tle band isprlutlng Fsgc of the book of God. Yonder sky that bends In glory OVr the iWp end silent sea, Vrite therein it own f sir story, Beads its own biography. ' Kviry PoUtnn rlond li writing . Tales of shadow on the hills; , Every rnimmrr breeze indW ting . Rippling stories on the rills. Monntaln hold within their keeping leMida of esrth's primal &yt nthr In a rla nnrfaafting JLecord of the pant away. Antfnue meriatsof creation. &"nl that ma? nut runt with age, Crntid old sermons of mutation, Graven on a atony pug, AH around our rock-jvivpd dwelling, Ftndinjr from its dome aoore, fiwftHt orsrlrs are telling Tales of wisdom and of lore. Voiceless, yet melodiouspreachers, Whirring that we too may write; faith awaits the nm't-teachors Who shell read her boo La aright. Tn the future's hidden pajfes There are tavs f...

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. — 11 September 1860

JiTv:; iT" . r. 1 win ; .2T-Kni-:ii ! CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is published dally Usunaays sol excepted) bfr HENRY HEKD As CO., PBOPBIETOBS. I 1 ormi-int.i rtrr. custom-house, j fiX CINCINNATI DAILT PRESS Is delivered to 0 f) suhssr 1 m suhsarlsen in Cincinnati, Covington and , surrounding cities and town, at ths extremely low price of EN CBN T 8 A WEEK, ' VATABLS TO TBI OABBISB. raiess or MATinr. Single eopl-a, 9 cents; on with, 40c.; three months, )l ; one year, 81 50. AMUSEMENTS. VrTI?IAl,THRATKK.-JOHN BATES, 1.1 Hmrri J. i. llAM.tr, Stage Manager. f! 'Second irsek of Miss MA(K1I MITCUILL. THIS FVFNINO, September II, will be presented the beautiful Indian Drama, in two acta, entitled IBB WEPT or TUB WISH-TON-WISH. Naramattah, MlM Maggie Mitchell : Conanrhet, Mr. J. li. Hauler ; I'ncae, Mr. L. Band ; Major (lough, Dir. Kdwarde ; rWlHfactlon Skunk, Mr, hlmirt Kotieon; faith HeaDicote, Hiu Proctor; Ahondaooe Skunk, Mra. Band. La Tmandtxe. 07 the Sterns Bsksabe, Annie and KaKESTixs. ' ...

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. — 11 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. . IJKNHY H KKU ate CO mitom tin reoaaisi".. : 1 lOIAt PAPKR OF TR CITT. 'T17FHDAT.. ..WEPTEMBER 11 Curiosities a the State School System. ; TbeStjitember number of the Ohi Edit t , tati)ul Monthly is at band, with iU. usual Yariftjr of articles on educational topics, t going to show that education the learu K " ing which children get lit the schools is called is the chief business of man; al C.. .. though, to an ordinary ' obBorrer, it would appear that getting a living is the first ob j. ject,aUiiiig which education asit is called ignores altogether. Among the articles is a evlogr on Horace Mann, by Mr. Cogge shall; another on local superrision of schools, showing the necessity of a Superintendent t i , of the entire system of schools in each loc il 4. i ity, (n order to secure system and uniform ity; from which (we remark) follows the necessity for County Superintendents, and ' ; Oongrcesional District Snperintendenta, and State Superintendent, haying the control ...

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. — 11 September 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," uk natoa riiH BINT." i LOST," "roUHD." "BOARD1NO." Ad V.TtlMinenf4 doming under the, headings, not.t -VMdlnir tn Hnaa.wHl be Insai-tail 'vine ar 9-1 ivwit. .IVANTfll-A l)uV-At t(ia City. Saloon, 13 f f Wt8llh, "li b "mrA ANTFD Journeymen llrnsli-ipakere also. TV Drawers Applj at 40 Weat .fairs, Ii ur'b floor Beooua si., up bcii-d ii IVAMTIiD-AOKNTS To aellanewand pop TT ular work. Apply to DBUADBK8 CO., Fobliidyrn Bl Wwt Fourth-at. aoll-b , . i Virivfi'1-A HOY That oil! coma well rcc IT omniondrd, at ITS Cntral-avcr.ne. Apply on Twtiir, lielwcen ten and twelve A. M. actl-b WAWTtn-GIRL-To do general Imn-ewnrk, Apply at the Carriage Office, corner Third and " "V "-' sall-b lWAkTKn-Tw baatere w V Kmi. Imt evnerlenced h ta work on coat.. None but experienced hand need apply. Ap- aily at MKU GlvrLASPIhVS, in Ludlow. aHl-l irA'TEIl -Gl RUS-Tcngirla to work on vests. v Muat be Rood handa. Apply at 14 Kit Fourth-at., room No. 5. fVANTHD-fiUL- Gorman Protectant ajlrl. v A ar...

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. — 11 September 1860

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