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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 September 1860

TV CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii published dallr Ibunaeya aoteioepted) br IIKNIIY UEIBD fc CO,,' f IIOPBIBT0R8. ,1, i T, f OrplCS TIS1I-BT., 01P. cpTO.notr. y 0INCI1ATI DAIL? P.KS8 It delivered to aubsoribers in Cincinnati, Oovlngton and surrounding oitlu and town, at . tbe extremely low rio of j , ' i .1 STEM CENTS A fflUB) ' patasi.i to tna OAkaiia. I J , Parens op MAmpo. Single copies, 9 cents: jna f . , onth.dOc; thr. mini tin, l ( one pear, :l BO. AMUSEMENTS. , IJIRK'M OPBKA-HOITSE.-S. N. PIKE, Proprietor ; -'. T Smith, Stage Manager; J. A, Htassnv, yrsaaarer. Crowded houses rverr night to witness the artistic Jjerforuiauces of the , . , . - STAR COMPANY. MONDAY KVlTN!Nf, HortctnhOT t4, the per formance will ootnnienos with the tragedy, la tiro acts, of HAMLET, PklKCl op Denmark. Uamlrt, Mr. Taylor; Oliost, Mr. 0. T, Smith; King Claudius, Mr. Sheridan; Laprtei, Mr. Murtimor; Iloratio, Mr. Chaplin: Folontus, Mr. Lannimn; Grave Pinner, Mr. C Halo; Ophelia, Miss Hiiafiu Prnln; Uneen G...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 September 1860

il YHlDAfLY PUKES. mtww im rsAmfwToaa. OrHt 1A1, lVlr.K Or THE CITT. rroiM v. . SKPTEMnER'Ji Southern Hospitality to the Prince. Twenty or thirty goulhern gentlemen fcsve constituted themselves Into ft com rrtittw, Mid Invited th Prlnc of Wales and Suite to the South. We have all along la)f fn.-x-t fed tlmt the IntenM nervousness which the South sSVct in regard to having Northern men, or AholilionistH come among them, was a oham, and this confirms It. These English are AboUtiouHls, not only theoreti cally but practically. They abolished slavery In the West Indies. These are they who pay tiODors to Fred. Douglas, Charles Sumner and Mrs. Beecher Stows. Great Britain is the great bulworkof abolitionism; and, if we are to believe the prevailing talk in the South, from thence come the funds for carrying on the irre rre36iblc conflict in the United States. Fhe it is that incites slaves to escape by holding out a refuge to them on our northern frontier, where no fugitive law, nor elastic 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. — 24 September 1860

WANTED. "VrAetTB," "roH BAIiev- FOB HKNT. I.OHT." "FOUND," ' BOARDINO." to. Ad. arttsemeflta onmln noder theee headings, not Mdiot It llBM.Will b Inserted twice for 9.1 Htt WANTKD-This morning, at ST last Thlrd st, ft good Journeyman Oarpontei o34-b U'AITED-A food Cook and a ('hsmber-glrl. ' inquire thin morning ftt Hit Fourth-tt., drlatHii Plum rd Ontral-av. sogt-b WANTBD-A V I BITUATION-To take charge or care of an nt-nter saloon. Is fully com petent. Inquire at 74 Lower Markot-st. n-f WANTKDllIR lit Five girls. Indies' shoes, fora wlng-maol S'JS Clint. n-streot, lelo.w Btymlller, to bast on In. Call at c'AI-b WANTF.O-CII AMBER GIKI,-In a private famlb.and to oftnllM Into ttaa conn try. Apply.wlthrefere.oo.atlH-i Maln-at, e',3-t.e V V ' PI.ASTKltKliS - Hlihoat .o. Ivan. Apply to W. . l,ai IS, Soulh- at oorner Fourth and Plum-sts. ac23-b rT ANTKD wirK- My a man in tne prune 01 V life: business prevents him from making 4iiiaintaiioe. AuitroHs bi r.r.io rosiom aa- eeM-b WAHTKD-M I LM...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 24 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. MOW DAT. ..JlBrTHtf BKR94 INEZ-A MEMORY OF THE HEART. BY T. BUCHANAN READ. . 1 Down beMnd the hidden village, fringed aronnd with berel brake, Doting, mnrmurln in Its visions, lny the heaven- enamored lake. . And within dell, where ehftdowa through the brlghip't day abide, Like the silvery swimming gossamer or nroea- raftered wide, Tell shining ekoin of water thftt nil down the lakelet' Bide, .... As within the hialn nf beaotr lnlled, ft pleasant thought may glide. When the tlnlclngsttn of August, growing large In the decline. fihot HI arrows, long nnd golden, th rough the ma- ule and the pine; And theniKMl'lhrunn fled tinging from the alder to the Tine, While the cat-bird In the hazel gftre It mel incboly whine. And the little squirrel ohattered, peering ronnd the hlkoi pole, . , And, like a lovely meteor, gleamed along the Oriole: There I walked beside fclr loot, and her gentle beauty t le. Like the irene athwart nav senses, like the sunshine through my soul. And ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS II published dally (Munaara oteoepted) 1 HKNUY II IC ICD &, CO., PBOPIUKTOBS. TrlC TIHt-BT., OTP. CCHTOM-BOOBl. CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is dellTred to Bubsoribers la Cincinnati, Corlngton and unwinding cities and towni, at the extremely low prloe of ' , ETEN CENTS A WEEK, . PAYABLE TO TUB CABBIIB. rtrr or Matiiko. Finnic eoplw, 9 cents: one onth, 40c; throe month, fit ; on rear, AM l0. AMUSEMENTS. 1IKK' OPERA-IIOI 8R.-S. N. PIKE, Proprietor; ('. T. Bmru, tit ago Alauagerj J. Jb'. Herbebt, Treasurer. SECOND WEEK OF THK STAR COMPANY. Tni8 EVENING, Peptemlwr M. the performance" 11! commence Willi Tom Taylor1! cclcWatatl play. In fire acts, cntitle.l THE KING'S RIVAL i On, Tin Court ahd this Staof.. Klnn Chnrlei II, Mr. Mortimer : Dnko of Rich. luonrl, Mr. Tnylor; Tho Lord PrWy Seal, Mr. Harris -.Lord Buckhmut, Mr Chaplin; Hamuel rp, Mr. Hale ; Sir George Kthereileo, Mr. Jen. iiIiirh : Sir Thomas AkIc, Mian Laura Leelero) John TVpys, Mr. .InnoB; Frances Stewart...

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 September 1860

THE DAILYFIIES3. .liBTpn"V BEBD &CO, btutom Aim nonmou. OFFICIAL TAPKR OF THE CITY. SEPTEMBER 21 How to Treat the Prince. The absorbing question of the present time is how to entertain the Trince, who is now on the soil of the United States, and will be here this weeV, on his way East. The polit ical canrass is for the time overshadowed; und the dissolution of the Union, the wreck of empires and the crash of world?, which hung on it, are postponed for the Prince's Tisit. President Buchanan has ceased bis weeping oyer the political depravity which uses money to carry elections, aad is furbish ing np the White House for the Prince's re ception, at which only James Gordon Ben nett and family, and a few others of the (swill-milk) cream of the elite of the land are to be admitted. The editor of the Atlantic (Ga.) Confederacy, has postponed his job of "paving Pennsylvania-avenue ten fathoms deep with dead bodies,'' until alter the Trince's visit, as this would seriously dis remmode hi...

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 September 1860

WANTED. "ViBTO," ' KOH BA LB' rOH BNT.' IiOHT." "FOUND." BOARDlNtt." o.-Ad rttMmftit oomlnir nndrr ttipwi hwlinn, nntftV CMwf fn five Ut." -Mil b inmrtwt twfr for g)3 OAllt WAMKH-This tnnrnin. at lT Kast Third Rt , a good Journeyman Carpenter, c24-b "W rlTED-A (look ami Cli&mliArmiiil : fiiwo. a Boy who can drive. Apply at Mr. UBOOK KS, MadiDon-st., Newport, Ky. 1VANT E D A GOOD (I I K L-Who e do gn- era! hcnsewnrR. at Dtt jtt.cUmona-rU.. ce twwn Mound and Cutter. e2fl.b VANTEI A good Cook and a Cbamber-Rfrl. T Imniire thin nmrn.nff at ill.) JToiirtli-jt.., lietween rlurn and Centra'-av. tH-h mVANTKO-A BIlUAnoN-l'o take elm r kg Is fullv com- ww or care ot an oynwr iwuixm. Iwtrnt. Inquire nt7i Lower fllarkot-st. w2t-. 1VANTKD A ffood hand on welt fmrfnm and hceii.. Apply at an. in west i our in -st. npivbi tVANTKlMiiHlr -A fftofl eh) u. do Bfiior.il T w lioii-ewnrfc; wlm iindiTiitnniU rook i Tiff. jippiy ni ;f7 iinymiiicr-Br.t netr nnn wo .-- WAM'tD- io ii kN r a votiuxD oi four...

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 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. BROKEN LYRES- BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. V count the href n Irree that rest Where the sweet wafhn.: sinirrrsslumber Bnt rtneirel.ent sl.ter slOTaat The wild (lowers who will "Ion to number T A law caa toneh th. magic airing, And i. pill .'am. Is frond to win thorn ; Ala.1 im thnee that never nine, But die itith all I heir mule In them t Kay. grieve rot for tho dead alone V hreeenrtg has told their heart's sad story Weep for the volcr-leas, who have known UiecroM without the rrown of glory ! Not a here Leuradlan breres sweep O'er Hspphn's memory-haunted pillow. But a hero the glUtrnin. niaht-dews weep O'er aameless eorrow'e church-yard pillow. O, hearts that hreak and give no slam 8nre whitenlna lip find lading tresnes, Till death pours ont the rotdial wine, Wow-dronped from aiisery'scruhing prosso. If sineing breath or echoing chord To everv hidden pavst wee (riven, What erdle. meltMlioe werep'.mrd, As sad aa Karth, as sweet ai Heaven t A Sorry Jest-Judging by Appear...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 September 1860

CINClTINATI DAILY PRESS Ii published dir (Hnnaufi aotaxeapted) by HENItY RICKU Ac CO., PK0PBIFT0I19. errttx vT-ir, or-r. cuiTOH-BOOTi. . CINCINNATI DAILT TRESS Is delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Unvlngton and nrmnndlnc cltlss and towns, at the aatremelv low pries of EYEH CENTS A WEEK, PATABLI TO TH1 CABEICB. ' Paicro or Matiiho. Hingis copies, 9 eants: on onth, 4o.t Hire months, f)1 one year, w.'l fti AMUSEMENTS. N. PIKE, I'ronrletor : (,'. T. buiTH, Stage Manager; J. F. Bi.Hu.aT, Treasurer. . PKCO'D WEEK OF TUB PTAR COMPANY. THIS F.VKNINQ, rVptemtwr 2f, the performance will commence with Tcim Taylor's celebrated play, iu five acts, entitle,! THE KINO'S RIVAL; OR, Till COIBT AND Till Staof. Kin Charles If, Mr. Mortimer ; Duke of Rich mond, Mr. Taylor; The Lord Privy Seal, Mr. Harris: l,onl Biirklmrat, Mr Chaplin; Hamuel Pepin, Mr. Male; 8irUerge EthermUe, Mr. Jon Iiini:Hir Thouiaa Ale, MiM Laura Leolerr ; .Ic lin IVpys, Mr. Jones; 'ruiices Rtcwart, Miss tutan Den Id ; Nell G...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. orruiiL papk or tub oity. WRPNKHDAT.. -SKPTRMBKrl'JB Why We Honor the Prince. Wby dm the coming of a boy-Prince set the w hole people (grog T Probably much of tlie tlirenjr which obstructs the Prince's way xvhervTer he appears in public, is nothing iut the ordinary sight-seeing curiosity, w hich any celebrity will gather, but, besides this, there is toe general anxiety among dig nitsries, municipal bodies, members of our first society and potent, grave, and reverend seniors to be brought into the presence of this boy. A committee of venerable Fifth Avenoodles, from New Tork, representing the wealth of the commercial metropolis of this continent, are as humble in their resjuejit to be permitted to furnish an entertainment for this young man, who is distinguished for nothing but his accidents, as if they had all their lives worn the livery of flunkies. The Southern rabies which breaks out at the sight of an Abolitionist on Southern soil, is entirely overcome by this s...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 September 1860

WANTED. wait," ro .. ro HUNT.' fcOKT," "FOnKD." 'BOARDINO" o.-A rtlseani-nte omn ndw these heading " e Cetdlne lines will be inserted twice for 911 MDt WAhT.D-lW w V HKAMSTRfRS To work at Dress making. Apply at 333 John-st. - .eev,-c ) VANTIil-MILLla.Kilfl--WIII find employ ? T nieut at 66J Itaoe street, Ftndlay market. i km b lVJ'l",'IIIRl-lMl'li " do general v housework. (Jermau preferred. Inquire on Flndlsy-st., two d or. fp m Baymiller. Be-b WANTED C(H1K A Aral clan cook at Mm. W. J JOHNSON'S Ladies' Uo.Uur.nt, 140 West Fourth-at. Be Jh-b lirji T KI A i c-'k rd chamhrranld ; also, a IT Boy vhocandrlve. Apply at Mr. BBOOK Madison-el., Newport. Ky WA1 ED-A 000 1 Or RL-Who ma dog n eral l nsowork. at 96 Bichmond-st., lis. tween Mound and Cotter. se.Ti-h' 1VNT11D-Ail ham T V ttcll, n welt Bonnes and Apply at No. is Went Fourih-st. Bo2A h- WANTEll-Ui SL-A good a irl to do general hoii'-ewnrH: one who undcr-tnnds cooking. Apply at :ITH Baymlller-Bt., noir Hank anta-b "V Als1 hH Kf NI'...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 26 September 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. WEDNESDAY......SEPTEMBER 26. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. BusinfM in Third-street was brisker yes terday than on Monday, but still there wm uo marked artlTity In any department of Usance. .Mouey, though in rery fair demand, wm eur e cough for all the requirements of legitimate trade, nd could be had on approved Paper, ai before, at 10(il2 per cent. In regular quarter. I'nrrenff appeared to be Increasing ATn1iial.y, as it had lur MTrl day prcviuiiH; th iiHTi-lmiii s d. ponitinc freely from (heir collet-tiu nit obtained from the country. Kalera Kxrhanre remained firm at btirlng and S p",m. itelliiig on the throe prim 1,11.1 points; ilie pnrrheii!g price of Haiti morn ruling t about uc.t tlrimnh some dealers would not give ivr '-i iiolA . steady, bnt ver iua tm and Vw Or lrsns fiiirht Kxehanga rather hotter, though un altered aa U the huring rate, wbh h m ii rvKiilar; JM Mouti, luwa. Illinois ami iruutiHin rstt's wuro Jut up to 1c discount on account 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. — 27 September 1860

CIH CINXTATX DAlIiV PRESS Is published dull UfrmeeTS not excepted) by ' HKNHY It TC K IJ As CO., FttOPBlHTOBg. f PTrf I-W-kt., SrS. CUJT0n-B0sVl f CIirnjNNATf DAILtFBR.'Wfe dUrc4t subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington end surrounding cltiss and towns, at the extremely low price of STKN CENTS A' WEEKj" ...' '- - fATABl.1 TO TUB OAXBIK. "stria or Maiiiro. Single copies, 9 eents: one onth, 49a.; ttir months, 81 ; one yoar, b:i AO. AMUSEMENTS. TVATIONAl. THEATER -JOH RATK4, XI Manager ; J. G. Hum, Mage Manager. last nlpht but two of the relebrated American tragedian, Mr. J. B. HUBERTS. THIS BVKNINO, rVrtember 57, will be presented the new play, In fire acta, entitled ' iovn xi. lotile XI, King of France, Mr, nolicrts ; Tl.rVe de Kcmuitrs, air. itanleyi Tho Dauphin, Mi1 Pror tor ; .Incurs tie C'.itiers, Mr. Kl wards ; Phi'lpda C'arminea, Mr H.rbort : Marie do tannines, Mine Virginia Howard; Martha, Mrn. Knnd. Grand Pae de Dni ....Br the Henrade Bisters. To conclude with Hie favorite Farce...

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 September 1860

TJ1K DAILY tomrnU AIM rBOPBIITflM. ' OFFICI A iTpAPIPtl "OF THIS C1TV. TIlLaVUnAY KPf FMBF.R !T Eli T. Thayer and His Squatter Sovereignty. The Tiiujm failed to receive tbe nomination of his party for re-election to Congress, whereonon ho tM com out OS a Candidate, in opposition to the Republican nominee.- Mr. Thnyer wont off on a popular-sororeiffnty tangent, In Con gress. Bit party did not want any of that article; no Mr. Thayer allow bis regard for jxvpolar sorerelgTity, by setting np his claim to tbe office a superior to the party to which lie owes it. He may believe popular sover eignty good for doctrine but certainly he thicks but little of it for practice. Even if there was any principle in Mr. Thayer's popular sovereignty, it is a mere abstraction, to far as any practicability goes. There is no party in Congress in favor of the popular eovereignty experiment for the Territories. There are but two men in the Senate who talk popular sovereignty, and they are both anxious to ha...

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 September 1860

WANTED. "W4KT8," "fOt (lALsv- "FOB Bint iwr." -ronwD." "boarnc, " rt MmratiimlnailrthMw heading, not sz weeding 1t Un.will be Inesrted twlc f"gSJLt AfT,tP'rM "irI fa"" 93 ...., win picas can again Ie27.bj rANT5D-3.000-4Konn0r $sio want.. -n- ANTED-(JOOD H K A M H TH KMHTowork mining, Apply mi aa.f J"Dn-t. NTEDMliiLt NERR Will rind emisio7 ment at 603 Kace-atroot, I'lndlay market. lee2lihJ rAJITEW-Ilir,-A good girl, to (I.. gcnorM .T ,. housework. Germ en preferred. Inaulre ni Tlndlny-t.tv.o d or, from llaymillor. so-"" Fori,.J.V"NlN 8 K""Uur";!,A.,l;i0 aTiTiJITJ? Ai,it?,0?.,'r1 r,n, lni11 tnnlly. Address, 0, p. y. !,, olUuj. se2.we iVANTKn-TO "'R KNT-A'Ti'jror Vbo'it t7 Zj 'yole rooms, suitable for bnurdlng-hauso. Uoiid references given. Address J. B., this oflloe. ici it i WA1STKO-A (tlBL-T,i travel. Must bo ai excellent seamstress and good nurse, witli good reference. luQiiir at 145 West Third-it. so27-b) T ANTI,lTwn ynnng men as boarders, who t. ?"13 lJI'l"' to occupy tho same 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. — 27 September 1860

TJIi: DAILY PRESS. aj-HTKMIMT. .rUtPTB!iBER9r LITTLE LAURETTE, THE SENSIBLE. ITbc half-Mtwlwa nd w-ml-rnlloa.iit.l tmt I Wsrt wtssa, from th. tea of Mortimer Collins, t ennf Irishman, and contributor to th. Dublin tM Mnir, remind on greatly of Owen H.redith'. .lightly sllp.hl Hun. Ed. sMttte f atirelt whn sitting best.l. IIm rrs"1rig rem tire, In (Irtwn alone; A migrionii mixture of len t ari pride . T Bh esie, as si., loosed her cone. 8li ootnbed her rreanas of wendrotii heir, ller staall v, hite feet to the ne peeped out, Strangely fluttered her arwom fair, . An her lips had a wilful pout. Wo ar.r had seen that little Lanratt. Lcoe.iri.eo innocent, tender, sweet, H paid hare longed to make her hie own pet, To lie at her fairy young feet. Is It fear that dwells In those weird hlne eyes? For it i act lore and It la not sorrow. Aa, little Lanrettr, from tout dream arise, . , Ion moat ha married to-morrow. 11 arrleal t one who knww yon well, WboM wealth to your life will a glory be. T...

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 September 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I aaMtstaad daily UMraaars BOtxoptod) br HBNHY II IS TC H Ac CO., PBOFRIKTOBS. omra vihB-sta, erl CTSTOM-HOUIB. j , CIrlOINJtAft DAILY PBKB3 It delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cltiM and towns, at tha extremely low nrlos of EVEN CENTS A WBE Kt EATAaU TO THS CABBIES. Pairxi or MATLntn.-fllngle copies, 9 cint: one onth, 40o.; three months, l ; one year, 11,1 rn. " i AMUSEMENTS. RTATIONALTHEATKRIOHN BATE:, HI Manager ; J. 0. Ham, it, Wage Manager. We nellt end lent nlfrht but one of tlie celebrated American tragedian, Mr, J. B. BOBKRTH. THIH KTENINO, September IT, will be presented the tragic play, In nve acts, entitled THK HOOKS IN SPAIN. Count Pcccera. Mr rVilierte ; Hemoya, Mr. Ilanlori Malec. Mr. Ilamblln ; Hamct, Mr. Irwin; Hjlr, lr, Itnnd; AWarex, Mr. Kdnrda; Uomei, Mr, Holland: Florlnda. Miss Howard. Grand I'n de Deux. Br the Henrade Siitera. To oonclo.de with the blutorlo drama or LA TOUR IK KE8Li Oa. Td Chabtbbb or BaAtn....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 September 1860

glEjOAILY jgESS. . . ICnOBt AND rlOFEIITOU. official paper or THE CITY. FHIDAY - SKPTEMBEIl S The Free List and the Newspapers. Our citizens, and especially the journalistic pong, were edified by a highly virtuous arti cle in the Enquirer of lust Sunday, on the theatrical free-list. Perhaps it is hardly fair to hold papers responsible on week-days, for nny spasms of virtue that may afflict their ifsues on Sunday, as it is sometimes thought necessary to cover the slight fracture caused in the Sabbath by issuing a paper on Sun day, by a sanctimonious mantle on that day. Thus, when our new Democratic cotempo rary lanched its Sunday issue, it had a very affecting leader on the blessed Sabbath, which ras calculated to convince good peo ple that its sole object in issuing a Sunday paper was to keep the Sabbath holy; al though, according to the law given from " Mount Sinai to the Jews, every one con nected with the Sunday paper, from editors to news-boys, would have to be taken with out th...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 September 1860

WANTED. " WANTS," "Ton BALM," "FOB BENT." .OHT." "FOVVD," "BOARDING." Ao.-Ad. ' -ttMmeate owning nnder thee, heeding, note. dlng Sn llnee.will be Inserted twlo for is.loent VANTEO-A GKRMArJ GIRL For general nouseworg, et AllrS west inira-st. ol-b 'WANTED-A good. Industrious Girl, to do r v honsework. nrk Herman nmMrrml Ann f German preforrod. Apply at US l.lnn.a.. hetwoen York and Tlnvton. soTA-h V-ANTKn-BtJnrIR8T-OI,A8S DRE'H v MAK-KBS Son other need apply at 136 J xlh-sl. sclM-d IVAJ1TED- COOK AND CHAMBERMAID. jWW Reference expected. Apply at Mr. BROOK K'S, -fadleon-st., Newport, Ky. so3-b TfA!WED-The girl whn applied at No. 134 f T Maln-st. on Monday will p loose call again. so27-bJ f VANTEII-5,000-4,or Vi wanted, tvv at aeren per tent. Internet. Security on city n-operty. Address M. K., at tine omce. sozj.n- I V yATx'TEO Six Vest-basters and one Button- f hole-maker. Apply at 14 East I'onrth-st., i X- ITANTKO-HOOD SKA MHT ft KSrt To wnrk at Uresa ttiHKtfit. Arpiy at 33. Julin-u....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 28 September 1860

THE DAILY: PRESS. FRIDAY.. ....SEPTEMBER 99 THE ACTUAL AND THE POSSIBLE. BY OWEN MEREDITH. Tet ill part of th. thing. I deapia., tVnce id? lift is bound by their common span; And each Idler t meet In square or street, Unth with him'whet all tht' without hini belies "The niiraculnn. infinite heart of nian, TV i tb its counties, capabilities I The sleekeet sweat of the general feast. That at every eip. aabeeiipe, eays crft''., Bath in him a touch of the untamed beast, I And chanre of nature fa chanjre of plare. The judova on the bench and the ecatnp in the dock Kilntein nvh of them much that U comiuou ta both: larh in a part of the parent irtorlr. At d their dinvroncp cornea of their different cloth, 'Taixt the tnven ltialaaud Kxater Hall, The gnlf that la tixrd ia not so v. Me; And the fol that le.t year, at Her Majesty', ball, h'cacn'd me eo with hi simper of prulo, I the hero now hoard of tho first on tho wall, Vith the bayonat.wouufl in hia aide. a Who know how acntptor on ecnlpto...

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