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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 29 September 1860

.CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii published dally Utnnaays dot excepted) hf - -HENHY II K IG 13 So CO., PnOPBIKJORS. ernce-Ajbs-bv., o.cWTO.norii, ' CIRCIRrfATl I)A1LT PRESS la delivered to BttlSscrlbsrs In Cincinnati, Covington and . surrounding cttlae and town, at the extremely low price of HYEN CENTS A WEEK) " VATIBLI TO TBI CABBIES. ParrM or MArLrga. Pfnglecopfes, 9 cental one ontli, 40c.; Uiree months, ; on year, S: SO. I la,ubllsueddallrMnanysotxtd)b f r I i AMUSEMENTS. JATIONAITIIBATKIt -JOIIN BATES, 4 Last night of the celebrated American trngcdian, t Mr. J. B. B0DKBT3. THIS EVF.V1N0, September W, will be presented tfhakiijieai'c s tragedy. In live acts, entitled 1, Tm i nn in ' " IVIll I. A? All. Blcliard, T)uke of Glnetor, Mr. J. B. Rolicrts; nirh , moliri, Mr. J. 0. Haul,", King Honry VI. Mr. W. H Hainlilln; Buckingham, Mr. I.. F. Kami; Oucen . klir.uneth, Mim Virginia Howard. Crand Pat de Dcnx ..By the Henrnde Slutore, To conclude with the rtxmcatic drama of TondlcB, BTr. Stnar...

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 September 1860

A DAILY TRESS. ;HKNBV HKKD&OO, oil! t'i a TTi' a PKiTor'Tii in (ii t v. rATl1K DAY.... .HKlTKMBEHaa A Government of the People Subject to the Supreme Court. Commercial Is anxious lit. Douplns will do about it, if the Supreme Court decide that a Ten-Uoty can not exclude plaTery. Whnt would the Commercial do nhout it? The question is peculiarly brill iant, as the Commercial itself can not gay what it would do in such a cose, except to Bulmiit; and can have nothing to say, no matter which way the question is answered. The tortuous course of politics has led all arties into a trap, where they are forced to ret up the Supreme Court as supreme over the Constitution; and professions of entire submission to the decisions of that tribunal re fft np as the test of fidelity to the Union. It did not use to be so, except among the extreme Federalists in the bitter strife be tween that and the original Republican party under the lead of Jefferson. Jcflor 8 m denounced the doctrine, from the o...

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 September 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," FOB BALK," "FOB BKNT." I.OHT." "OtJND," "B0ABD1NO." o.-A-rrtbiemewts omlng ander thM heading, not ax CMdlng In llne.,wlll be Inserted twice for 93 ont WAKTKD-0 1 0. 00-I)iiIimii Paper, ky W, H. rtUliLU'8, Mt Wwt Third-st. VTED IMniWoO-Mnrtiiww Notes, by w. VV E. PHILLIPS, Wet Thlrd-at. scan-am ANTRD TO BT Y - A good city seoond-hand Bniii. Adoreas BUOOY. this office. awiM-li WANTED A OFRM AN GfRli-rc housework, at 1S Wcl Thlrd-iit, For goncr.il SCi.V-0 "VANTED-t'OAT AND VrHT-nARrKRS- WW Ala, m,n In Ml m, at No. iff west ijoiirt- etrert. between Oentral-av, and Joun-st eozi-h' VNTFD-T0 HKLL Anew Singer Sewing V V Machine. Can lie neon nt No. lOS Bixlh-st. Trice $fin. Warranted in (rood order. so af ANTKIV-A Rood, IndtiUrlno Girl, to do V housework. German preferred. Apply Rt 468 Linn-st.. botweon York and Dayton. se2A-b mvANTEOsi x r i it s tmj L ass i-ukSP TT M AKbKH None other need apply Rt via BIXUI-Bt. acjs-rt ITANTEn-A COOK AND CHAMnKRMAID. Reference expected. A...

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 September 1860

THE DAILY PJIESS.! BATIK DAY . septum iiim 29 tFrom thr Lnnlsville (Kr.) Dfmivmt.l CHARITY FOR THE ERRING ONE. CHARITY FOR THE ERRING ONE. BY LEILA. I Though this poem reminds tia no vividly of Tom Hi od m to tua-prst Imitation, It In, nn tin whole, unite clever pn dnrtion. hr Inlifn the till, ertl - ofirdnrltiK ill i-ltlit-llijf B I re plies to four, be. litvfng tlint tnnch better tlnn the firm In which it nrpc-arvil in the Iiemoerai J f.oT;S fn m the path of rlcht, stor-plnR to rat The fruit of tenipliitiun tint fell at hi feot. Ah! 'twill la bitterness, Miauih and sill, Lom-1) a itliiiul aim! poieon witliiti, flom- from the path which In rlill.lhood he trod, V amler lor ever tiirlher Iroln Hod. II m In lnvellnos Moom on the way, Ailurlig him onward, flu ther aatray. Wild roB's mingle with pleasure nnd pain. 81 nn ce mnnic In Wnkins In l.ren.f mid In brain; B.-wilileml ami ma.ldenori. rusliin-along. lie can he chooaolho right path from the wrong? Ah! pec-pins; In darkness, sorrow ...

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 October 1860

if id CINCINNATI DAILY. PXIE33 Is enbllebed daily (Monaays not excepted) bf HENItY iV.IC IJ c CO., rnurniETuiia. OFru virt-ev., or. cvnoM-nnnrar- ClNCTNNATl DAILY PRKB8 In delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, OoTingtun end -unwinding eltlH and towns, at the extremely low price of BVBN CENTS A WEEK, ATAIL1 TO Tn CAlailB.' ' ' '"fj" Haiuwi. Mingle copies, 9 tt one nitn, mm raomna, jsa ; one year, ia.f ou, AMUSEMENTS. I 9 . $1 1HKRH OPEKAIIOi;B.-N. N, si I'ronrietor ,niiniD. .-!. r-u II IV B. i: T. HHITII. HtACA MunDDnP. t' First nlht of the eiieagrment of (ho young Tra. go.lienne, Miea BA'iKM AN. 8 MONT) AY KVKNJKB, October , and every even. ...a ... n, ,n, aTT-n, nay ui ' , GER ALPINE ; Ofi. Low's VlPTnnr 'Oeraldlno dp Lacy, fl. Huffman ; Edith de Lacy her Slater, Min Hpttv Wurrmi ! .loan, her mime Mrs. 1'f.iej, Maud, awalllng woman. Miaa A. PadclifTc: David of Ruthin, Wclh Bard, Mr. II. L. Buicoiaii : Anaalmn, Trior of V. Werbnrgh, Nr. Bhirlilan : Hubert, a Crusader, Mr Chaplin :...

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 October 1860

TIIK DAILY-PRESS. .HKINHY HKICD Sc CO., MTuvons ana propbistobs. official PArFB or iu city. Hondai . ...OCTOBHB 1 1 Education vs. Population. Tie Drtroit Board of Education has adopted the rule thnt the mttrringfl of any female teacher shall be regarded ai resig nation of her lUuatlon. More women'i wrorgal Why, of a female teacher, any more than a male? Is matrimony any more distracting to the female mind than to the naacqin!? On the contrary, the feminine does not take the complaint any more vio lently, and convalesces much quicker.' Are the Detroit School Directors Turks, and do they want a womnn shut up from the public as soon as she is married? There may be consequence of matrimony, to the female party, that in the present aimleSB end of edu cation, would interfere with the discharge of ber duties as teacher though a little prac tical knowledge of bringing up babies would be of more n?e to girls than all they acquire at the schools but when that coming event is foreFhadovted, 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. — 1 October 1860

WANTED. ,1. -WAHTS," FOB (lAkaV roB HKMT." KST," "FOUHD." BOABDIMQ." Ac-Ad-ertteements oom ,ng mirier these headings, nntez. Ceadlne Sve lines. will b Inserted twio for 9Aoent WANTED- 10 A-BikIimw Paper, hr W. II. r(HI,lT8. H i WMt Third-st. itk im vT 11 . fill l.Lll-8, Nil Wert Thirst. ec-A-am VI Ar-Tellr TO BI'Y A gcod oltr lond-hand T Meggy. A tigress BITQUV, this offlm Sa2.b ANTKD A ODOIi l'AII.OB-To work in a tun. Apply at 140 Went Slxtb-st. l-an-i WANTFD SIX JOURNEYMEN HOUflK-PAIl5TFrt9-Ar-ply to JOUS KEAN, at th 'lt7 Building, Niuth-st. ocl-b' WANTKK TO KBvT-ln Covington, small llcuse of three or four rooms. Addrwi B. B. J., Bnx l,W?, Cincinnati. .'Vl.i WANTKI-SIX rlKSI-ULASH DRESfU M vkiKS-None other need apply at 136 Slxth-et. , sc2.j- M ANTEB-A PARTNER With from SUsli T !? !, cash cupitnl. to engage In a specula tion which Hi vleld seventy per c?nt. prullt. Vor particulars, rnqnireat 4 Lower Market-it. ocl-b 1VA.TrKn -A OKRMAN SERVANT OIRL ' Wn(i ran spcnk Kngllsh. to do g...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. MOM)AY .OCTOBER 1 THE LOVELY KNITTER. Like tiny binU with bnrntnTietl wlntr, Jmt rtropptn to the wen-wave's foam, And nenrina; frrint it hillowy home The rtiow that to (heir plum up cllnga, Tbe fitiftrnnjc nMMllen awlftly dtp In euft, wlttte meshee f her work. Where quaint and l- vina fftmtoa lurk; The eye bet ray the silent Up. , The tiny iteeitlee loo the thread. rHrnng wiih avert thns;lits of mimmer honrs, U f Minlieht on the rrwjiiHnt flowers. Of poem in the wood lain I read. With prelude of the wild bird's song. And IdntdiiiK with that warbled tone, " The Din r tn nra, evermore their own, That Id the pine-tree shadow throng. And still, meandering from the 1ml!, Fond memory chain unwinds and flow, Prop here a untile and there a roue, Atid here a treasured word lots fall ; Ho, f n she knita, in twilight grnr ; The pa at and present, wiih the your Of mcrnliig's life, Ua hope and frars, Inwoven with her dreams to-day. SUNSET AND MOONSHINE. Thomas Buchanan Read, fn ...

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. — 2 October 1860

;: CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS . as snuiistiea daily tbunaavs not excepted) bf HENRY It 12 K 13 c CO., PK0PBIET0B8. orrrec-Vmi-norp. cnTo..oOTa. . CINCINNATI DAILY PHRss, ii delivered to Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington end surrounding cities and towns, at the extremely low price of EVBN CENTS A WEEK, FATABLl TO TBI CABBIBB. P"Jf", .7 "'". Single enptf-s, 9 emtir, one ontli, 40c,j llireo montlie. U ; mie year, S:i SO, AMUSEMENTS. i l'5 i1' IIIKK'S OI'KK A.IIOI UK -S, . IKK I'roprletor ; C. T. bMini, stage Manager; J. . Heeiiest, Treasurer. Buccoss of the engagement of tho yonns Tr1l. onne, Uis BATKMAN. lr,J1- INTENSE KXClTEMKNTt THIS EVENING, October 1, and every even " during the wetk, the greet .lsyof 7 GERALMNE j 6b, Love's Viotobt. Vi-raldlne do I.aey, Mix Bsteman; Edith de Lacy, tier sijter, Alinx Hetty Warren ; Joan, her nurse, i, ..,'"neJ. l"i'i a wailing woman. Miss A. jindcllne; ftiwiil of Ruthin, a Wolih hard, Mr, I!- I,''(';'nn i A nclmo. Prior of V. Worbtiraii, Mr. Sherid...

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

THE DAILY PRESS. OFFICIAL PAPKk OF THR CITV. TIIRMDAY.. . OCTOBER 'J Hark from the Tombs! Tliorans Ewiwg hath spoken. Like Svre ienborg, he tolls chiefly of his visioncluring Lis iirotrnctod polilicnA trance. 'It was meet tbnt he should give utterance first to the tv isdom which he has gathered in the other tvorlfl, nnd to the considerations which re quired the total sechifsion of his thoughts from living things. Ila shows that for six years he has been in a posture of adoration frcfore the relics of the Missouri Compro tise. He enshrined it in his solitary cell, like a crucifix, and daily devoted himself to adoration and devout contemplation before it. Thrice, in a day has he counted over his fceada, and every bead called out a lament or pious ejaculation for the Missouri Compro Diine. It was bis meditation by day, and his ifrtitronre. We are not informed what occupied his 6(clusiou previous to the repeal of the Com promise. In 1854, previous to that melan choly event, be was invit...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 October 1860

WANTED. FOB 8ALH," " FOR RENT,' Ar Ail. dST." -'rot; D," " 1IOAHDINU, ' ' 1 , en ts comln tinder those headlnfs. not AS. 'linn nvellnes, w 1 be insartedtwlre for 119 rente. ITANTKD -Tl N N KRB For roofing, at , J;V Rat r. street. 0c2-b IVATRnHlrpt-nuMnii Paper, by w. Jg-J H. PHIcLlW, gyWwt Thlrd-st. Vktm II Pil M.I.iTh, N.1 Wo, I Tl.ir.t--t. ..2'ii.ni VANTBD-TIN HOOD PLABTBBKBS-Ap-ply at 47 K.t Fourth-street. 7c2b WM. MARKS A SON. 'iV ANTED til 11 1. To do Mini housework. ' V Apply ii t No. ;.S0 West fourth-st , between Mill on rnra ocl-b I ANTKII-A HOOP S!IB8E fiIRI.-At tiHti Eichtll -street. None liut thieo Willi i. lull i 111 -u FT KiKhlh-Hnct lord apply . ocl-b ANTBD-A OIRL-To do general homo. tTW work, at Ho. 588 KUhth-lt. To a good Kirl ! ood M il - will bo given. of2 b 'SrA NT E D (1 ' ' D DRF.SS.MAK.KRS-Apply TT t Mns. MOIM.AN 8, fl3T Freeman-streot. oclbl 'T T WI1 - KITI' ATIllV Ad .-1", . - I . ' w m . " . - . - - - '- tan, y or arr-goods atom. seAm.HtreM in n amlly Aodres...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. UERDAY OCTOBER THE FADED FLOWER. BY HENRY LYNDEN FLASH. lTb( la pleasant ad probably unconscious. cho cf Oolerldg'epom of "Low." Ed.J i Thlsfsded rlovrer that rott as, Was given me a rear ago. Br one whose little dainty nan I la whiter than the snow. Her ayes are blue ft violet, And she's a bloude and very flflr, And sunset tint ai not at bright As ia her golden hair. And (here are roses In her r he k That comeand go like living things; E cr voice iR goffer than the brook'. That flows fi on hidden springs. She v( It me with downcast eyes And rosy flushes of the check, That told of tender thounhts her tongu. Had never learned to apeak. The fitting word hed just bo?n ssld, . And she we mine as Ion. a lite; I gently laid the (lover Hide, And kissed ay bluskiug wife. . She took it up with earnest look, And said, "Oh, prise the flower;" And tender tear were iu her eyes "It is my only dower." She brought roe Faith, and Hon, and Truth tshe brought mo gontlo thoughts aud lo...

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 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PAES3 It published daily (JSunoars noteieepted) br IIKNIIV UKK D go CO.', rBUFHisiuua. . CTTlCAviKe-T., OPT. CUSTOM-HOOTS. CINCINNATI DAILT PRKS8 la del I rami to j subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cltlH anil towns, at the extremely low price of ? EVEN CENTS A WEEK, X t UTABLl TO Tltl CASSIES, I j pRtrrn or Mn,im.-Hlngl. Copies, 9 cents! one onth, 40c i three months. 81 ; one roar, : SO. " AMUSEMENTS. ti I! 1 1- J ) 1I1HR OPERA-HOI'SB -9. N. PIKE, f , .- i roprieior; a. dmhii, c-iago aianngor, J, 1". Heebkbti Treasurer. B access of the entascr-ient of tht voting Tragedi. enne, Mir-s BATKMA INTENSE EXC1TEMKNT! TTTT9 EVEN1VO. Oetnhpr a. nr. nrarr avai.. )ttig during the week, the frrrat Piny of GEKALPINK ; t OR. LovE'i YlCTOBT. Geraldlne de LftcysMiM Bntrmnn ; Edith de Liter, f her sinter, fllirttt ltotty Warren ; Juan, her nurse, .Mrs. ivpe; Mnud. a Waiting woman. Ml us A. . JfndrliMo: David of Hut bin. & Welsh Nurd. Mr. I II. L. It.ttouinn ; ...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. IIIEISH V HKKD&.CO, uitou aiw raorairroaa. OFFICIAL PAPKR Or THK CITT. W K DN KHDA V...... OCTOBER. S The Difference. The ball to the Trince, At the New York Academy of Music, Is to be lifted from tbe tulgnr, by a committee of serenty managers, who bnve charge of the distribution of invi tation. The managers themselves, selected from the cream of society, are made addi tionally select by heary assessments for ex penses. The tickets are made select by a tiigh price and limited number. Each man ager has his apportioned share of tbe tickets for distribution, but he first submits a list of liis intended invitations to the whole board cf managers, for their approval or rejection. Py this complicated machinery they expect to secure a party select enough to be exhib ited to the Prince. As a consequence, all f odfishdom is dying for a ticket, and pre miums of $200 are offered for them, subject to approval of the committee. Vet a great tribulation remained as to who t li...

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 October 1860

WANTED. ii a . f I I 'I i "WANTS." "FOR BAI,H" "FOB IlKNT," ."LOST," ''roruD," "boAbptno," Ao-Ad. vertlsements owning nndor theso headings, not ex 1 ceedlngfiTellnea, will be Inserted twioe fir'AJoenU. T V A1, KI-T1NKER3- For roofing, at SI ocab w v ltace -street. 1-f,VANTK-tO OnO-Hnslnces Pnper.br W. 4 WW Ii. r tub till', PJ rrosi intre.-st. Bcttl-0 VV IJ.PlllLLiTs, K:, W Mnrtiram Notea. by W. PHILLIPS, Ml W ThlriT-st.' ca9-am J V"ANTII-A U'KL To do general hoine ', ww work; one who is onmneient aud not afraid if of work. Applr at 41 Damn-street. ocS J '.' f "i"TKb-A PURlcilASER For llosewn d wmi. in guou iiruor- one oi Address M I) , Box 660! PostoftlcB. vv Piano, in good order one of tiales's m?l ocS ! TkVANTKI-()IRI. Wlio can ook, wash and ww iron. Apply it 14 jply at 14.1 Smith-It., between jonrtn ana nun iw-terence requiivu. ocj-b' IV ANTKI) urniRR "With ix or seven room a. v tifif hnvinir modern initr (jdo liBTlnc modern Improveinents preforreil. Address CITIZEN, Box 59 Posto...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. As tb season bus now approached for ft c ems. dor able degree of activity, tomi of the Bankera If gin to complain off the Financial quiet new, which continued yesterday unabated. Wrme? WM easy it in 1 per nent. In the retrnlar 0111 tera, Mid Currency aradtwlly UBmnted, v-ilhn.it mtwifiR anv anrplw of ronwNitwnc at the Banking hMiM. The woremenl Ja Monetary ririoi vu alow, and little prime Paper wm off re4 Km torn Fpr.ai.jfe remained firm at H buvin And 1 prcm. fttllinc. with a limited loral inquiry; com lulling dealers to aneort to a consider. Meextt-nt. Golda ver quiet, and Now OrWns Kxcliango firm fit H buying and !a prem nelllng rates. re aiierntton in i Bciirrem ennuH. F!our won in much better demand ypatertlav, ana tinldera ftukedftft !?!. W-for iirwrn..e. but Imynra would not give ofer a tn $V 16. The "alee ro rortod by the Morrhante' Escliange were 2Aj. hrMo l.iit noarly Mmft brls. were df-po-fd of at fA m to 5 10 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. — 4 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii published daily (Sunday aotoepted) by HENity i tic ten & oo., PB0PRIKT0B8. orric-i vimb-st., orr. custoiihoitsi. s CINCINNATI DAILY rUESS Is delivered to Subforlber In Cincinnati, OoTlngton and orronnding cities and town, t the extremely low price of ITB CENTS A WEEK, MTABLB to till OABBTBB. Parrr or Mailtno. Single eoplce, 9 cents; on orith, 40o.; three months, )l : on year, fi:l AO. AMUSEMENTS. i' a III HE'S OPERA-HOi'BK.-S. N. PIKE, Proprietor t O. T. Smith, stage Manager; J. Hkhdret, Treasurer. fjucres of the enKaar-menKof the ynnng; Tragedi enne, JlifsBXTEMAN. IBTItXBE BXC1TEMKNTI T THT". ETKNINO, Octoher 4, and every even- log dining tho week, Hie groat Play of UE HALMS Ej Ob, Lov'i Victort. Cernldlnede I.aey.Mles Batr-man s Edith de Lary, liT sister, Bliss Hetty Warren ; Joan, her nnrsn, Mrs. I'ope: Mnutl. a waiting w-oinan.Miss A. ItailcllfTej David of Ruthin, a Welsh nurd, Mr. 11. L. Hiitr'tnan: Anselmo, Prior of F. Werbinnh, Mr. 8heridan t IIi...

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 October 1860

xiijj J)AILY PRESS. II. I T' H KlICI.) ,ffc CO., 1 nitnitMrHnimn, r I 1CIAL PAPKR OP THE VITT. TIUKHPAT- .....-..... WTOnRR 4 Mercantile Politics. The evil of mixing politics with trade is now frrionrfy felt among the merchants In Kew York In the Southern trade. They at tempted to court Southern custom by pro fessing a devotion to Southern interests, eg tecia11y to the negro. They stigmatized merchants of independent political opinions; fend patronized the Southern papers which published black lists of Northern dealers and manufacturers who were unsound on the negro question. The Atlanta (Qa.) Confed eracy had an editor resident at New York especially for this chivalrous business. The Richmond Enquirer had a correspondent traveling among the Connecticut manufac turers, reporting on their political views. Kew York merchants got up pretentious po litical meetings at the Academy of Music, and feed Charles O'Connor to Show the Prov idential status of the negro, and sent their drummers a...

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 October 1860

WANTED. S . . "WANTS," -'rOR BALH," "FOB RKNT," LdHT," ''roTND," " HOARDING," 4c -A.I-y vertlsrmewt nomina nnrtor then headings, not ex. I cct'dluff five line, will be inserted twice for 'A.? (tent. J rANTKD-(l10 000-Binlne Paper, by W. t I H. l'lll M.11 ri, Hi Wast Third-st. aA-am j V'AJ,'TRI-?:" 0-Mnrtir Kuipn.br W j ' v T t all at the old arhool-hol j f (Jptirge nnd Frrennn sti. "ror nnd Varn slier. onse, near the corner oi(.li To atlilrosi. nsnrs. An ' i ' plv at office of Ar , 81 Fourth-it., up stnira. raerican Patent Uomnany, OC4 u VA!STKI HESPKCTATT.K o(Ht,-Who v v understands cooking. Apply at S3 Long. I Worth-st., betwp(.n Rare and Elm. oo4 b WANTKD A 8tTCTATIOK-Br a girl, as chambermaid ur nurse, til Vitie-st., near Columbia. 1 KtlRlMh Apoly nt oc. a ANTED-A niUL-To do hiinaewnrk In a (I . r' inimiy. tih eor wecK to a I Itooil girl Apply at OHO Went Ninth-It. oct-b WANTED-THUEK rart of the city, for B., I'n-ss Ofllcc. ROOMS -lu . central l small fifinlly. Address , ' . 'WA...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. -..OCTOBER 4 SOLILOQUY OF THE SPIRIT OVER ITS CLAY. (This TTT fxeallar and erlg Inal poem fcas an In terest iig ft mtiuc an 1 -" ". 'Til wondrow strange It looks M dead, Anil yet I fro' no fesr ; Mr body n.s np"n "is ieo, And I em standing here With "iv faculties complete A perfect mn from (lie crown of my head, To tue very soles of my feet, Dend t desd I what si earthly word I A lil now I see It Ml I I wss wont tn langh at the truths I heard Or the lift, behind the pull : Of tho dcnth-ln-life nd the Hfe-ln-death And hold thnt the resting of the breath Was the Anal end of all. Bnt I have fled from what Is doad. And will warm tho clny no more, Thnt lies so senseless on the bed, Iiesf to those v ho doplore Tito alweno of tho living ray That saved the body frim decay, And bold the worm in awe. But what will my darling nay tn this When she heard 1 hare pawned away. And knows the Una she wax wont to kiss Are pallid curves of rlsv ? Will fhoille fr the wiint of the olden ...

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