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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I published dally CNnnaar not excepted) bf 1IKNHY IIRKO Ac OO.i - , . PEOPRIMORS. , errien vibb-t., or, ctitom-hoosb. CIWOINHATi DAILT PURRS I delfrered to subscriber Id Clnclunatl, Colnton nd snxrnnndlng cities and town, at . ; . . , the extremely, tow Brio of ' EVEN CENTS A WEEK, rATABll TO T CABBIEB, '. j , ,' Ptc MP Mmi.twi. Hingis oopM, 9 (Wits; one orith. 40c. s three months, fel : sue year, HI 90. AMUSEMENTS. PIRK'K OPER A-IfOI E.-8. N. PIK.K. Proprietors V. T. Bmitu, stags MauaeetiJ. IT. Hbbbkbt, Treasurer. Success of (he eniragpnient of the yonng Tragedi enne, illes BATSMAN. INTENSE BXC1TKMENT I BfcNEFIT 0 MISS KATE BATSMAN. THIS EVKNINO, October , and every even iDg during the week, the greet Play of tiERALDINK; . . ' Ob, Iovi'a Victobt. QeraMIn de Lacy, TKrm Bnteman i tidlth de Lacy, hrr sinter, Mix Hetty Warren ; Joan, her nnrso, Mr. Tope: Maud, a waiting woman. Miae A. Kadrllffo: Parid of Ruthin, a We!h Bard, Mr. H. L. Bnteman: Anselmo, Prior of F...

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 October 1860

THK DAILiY I .XI.HJJN 1 V E:r JO., OFFICIAL PAPKR OF THK CITY. frtoat: TTOrroiiific 5 i i ' The Revival of Patriotism. It if Mtonishing to sc how many patriots ther are amlous to throw themselves iuto tli breach to save the Union. Dougloa pro pose to take the offlne of Jnck Ketch, under Lincoln, in case the South try to recede. In the South, men are as plenty u blackberries, who declare that the only way to disunion shall he in a transverse direction through their Intestines. The whole people have borrowed the expletive of "Collcy Cibher," in the play, and are crying "Stab my vitals." Parson Brownlow desiroe to have the un wholesome odors let out of his corpus, by the bayonet of Yancey, when he goes to re sist the Inauguration of Lincoln. It would be "a brute part" in Yancey "to kill so grant a calf." In a recent speech at Richmond, John Minor Botti declared that, in case of any attempt at secession on the election of -Lincoln, "in ten daya 300,000 volunteers could be raised to prot...

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 October 1860

WANTED. "WAN1S." "FOR BAI.B." "FOR RENT," "LOST," 'rOlIND," "BOARDINO," Ao -Art-Vcrtisentents cnminff nnder the, hejidfnirs, not ex ceeding Ore line, will be inserted twice for 11 oeats. VV ANTED-IIIO nofl-Binlnnas Paper, by w! ?T II, Pill uLlVli, S t West Thlrd-at. snl-l-am ANTKH-ilO OnO-IWtKagfl Notes, hfw! U. PH I LUIS, H Wast Th Ird-st. e29..m MVAINTEB-A GTRL-To ilo general honae. V V wore Apply at ween Smith and Park Apply at 380 West Fourth-st , ne- oo-u- WAHTKB-A Ointi To do erneral house work, at SMITH'S Bakery, .outh-east ror. rer of John and Uonrt-gts. - oca-b rAlTM-A UIBI. Who ran do plain oo k w lug and wash and Iron well. Apply at 8 Jlnpfclps-st., lietwoen Cuttor and John. ocl-b WAINTr.O A rood ITphol.tcrorand Varnishor. Call at the, old school-house, near the corner of George and Freeman-sts. oct.b ANTED- OIRLH To address pupra Ap pi at offlc. of American Patent Company, At Fourth-et., np stairs, oca b VKTBnA RESPECTABLE GIRL-Who V V understand cooking. Apply at 33 Lon...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY ..OCTOBERS MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. The large payments yest.rday were generally met with promptness, though iume Paper belonging to manufacturers was allowed to lie over, owing to the dltTtcnlty eirperl.nfed In making col. lections from the South, v, her. tbe manufacturers hare aold their foods. The demand for Money wm active veHerdar, hnt thrrenifino particular clo??nes, and good PapT ruled, m before, at ftWl.?per cnt. for flrnt-rkM rnper. la ran retmier quartern. I im supply of iJnr reccy continues artcijnate to all the reiiuireineuts uf legitfmfite huninew.. Em-Urn Kxchanse was decidedly Arm, at buy Iiiff, Rttd S prBiiutn w lliuR, tli collm-rUuii falliuff due canning cnnfn.leraMe extra, dnmiHl. Gold wan quiet at l and Si pren.inn.. New Or lesiisCherki t nam I mute at Nile's diicniint, and pur ft M rifniiumj and I neurit' nt Jiouey uuaiioreu itn nur taut niintntinvid In Fionr the wm rf her a better foellnff vester dav, and prlr wara trifl...

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. — 6 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii published dally (Sundays not excepted) bj , HENRY BMKD eSeCO., rB0riUST0R9. orrici Tim t., off, customhousi. CINCINNATI DAILY TREKS Is dollverod to auhsortbers in Cincinnati, CoTlngton and i . C surrounding cltlea aid town, at , , the extremely low price of F T E N CENTS A WEEK., f ATABLB TO Til a OABSIKB. rtrr.a nt Mailins. Hlnsle copies, 9 cents otia onth, 40s.; thro months, l : our r"'i 50. Maaaaa iai msLsawiaw aaaajsaja ii a mail a naTee,iiiin ajin 1 . uaaaii in s isssi a . n u j a 11 iiiiim i i Ja. A. A. 1 A 1 aV fit 11 VOL. IV. NO. 41, CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, I860. PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. 1IRK'( OPKRA-HOIIajE.-fs. N. FIKK, Proprietor; U. T. smith, Stags Manager: J. Hehbkrt, Treasurer. Sixth and lest representatioa of the celebrated American Tragedy of OEnAT,IJI-H, Villi the young and accomplished Tragedienne, MISS BATEMAN, Aa OrraMine de T.acey, performed by tier every evea ing during the week with unparalleled sncooss. THIS KVENTN...

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 October 1860

THIS DAILY TRESS. IlltJSHV ltliiOl Ac CO., anurias and lorstwwas. , OFFICIAL TAPEH OF THK C1TT. HAT IK DY . ..OCTOBKR. j i The First and Second Districts. In the First Conjrressionsvl District there are three candidates: Mr. Pendleton, the present incumbent, Democrat; Mr.Spencer, Republican, and Mr. Jon t, Native AmericAn. Of the election of Mr. Jones there is no pros pect, and be would probably be withdrawn by those who put bim in nomination, if it were thought that his withdrawal would In crease the chances of Mr. Pendleton. Whether the fact of his standing where he U will mo3t damage the prospects of Mr. Fpcncer or of Mr. Pendleton, is a question upon which there are differences of opinion. fSuch arrangements usually injure worst the larty which makes them. They may not do so in this particular instance. As respects Messrs. Spencer and Pendle ton, it is safe to fay that both of them are worthy of the confidence of their fellow citizens, and, whichever may be elected, there is no ...

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 October 1860

WANTED. 11 WANTS, "FOa sal",' "Foa RKNT." LUST' ''FOUND," ' BoAnnTNll," Ao-Ad. ysrlleemente coming under thwi heading, not eg. ceedlng live lines, will be inem-te twice for 'A.oats. W ANTE 0-ft ftOO-Btislnaas Paper, by W. T H PilIoLITS. M WeatThlrd-st. o?9 an ANTED- Vl-OnO-lt ortgag Notes, by W. U. rilii l.11'8, H: Went Third-it. soW-am VVANTED-FIFTY VFST BASTE HS - None f T but good hands need apply , at IMF Laurel treet. oot-b 117 ATKII A OlKf To ilo general hou-te- WW work Apnly at 380 West Tourth-st.. bo- tween Smith and Park. oc3-b VANTKD-A OIKL-To do general house H work, at SMITH'S Bakery, south-east cor ner of John and Court-els. ocA-b ll'ATKn-A 01 P.I.- -Who ran do plain co -k- ! and wiota and Iron well. Apply at 76 Kopkins-st, liotween Cutter and John. oo.-b v Ina i 'I'V'A'NTKD-A Olltb-To do Konfr.il hen.e Tf work; one who In competent and Hot efr-iid of work. Apply at 41 Baum-stret. or3 d WANTED GIHfi To cook, wash and iri None but a ocm patent perHon need aeoly the Star ...

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 October 1860

WIE DAILY PRESS. ..OCTOBER MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Bufin&tt in Third-street was about the tama In quantity yesterday as on Thursday, hnt thiir ww leas moTelnent In Money, which remained rtihr rwy at Una 12 pr ct-nt. In the refrular onar ters for firat-claas Paper. The supply of Cnrrency la not large, but la In exce of the inquiry, as general trartr re ains taluw the doffree of briskness usual at thtu senton Kaftem Kehftnire wns nnlte Arm, Testerd-iy. t f, luiying, and premium soiling, and inn'1 deiiiprs were pnj i tig 40c. fur Hunker' (!heks. The dp it attri whs rather in advance of the supply; hut as the As am linff -houses are experting returns Iron, tnnip of the points to which they hare sent Han It notes, we prr-Jinne toe supply will be hot tor to-day. Gold was Ycry qniet at i and n premium, and Nrw OrVren Exchange at Ji discount ) par and par S,M premium. MiMtnri purchased at 1 dfconnt by some of tho Brokers, owlns to the scarcity f Exihanire in fct. Lou...

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 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PAES3 Is published dallr Ulunaeya aot exoepted) by ttENKV 11H3H3D & CO., PKornirroBS. OrrtgB Tlgl-ST., orr-. CCSTOM-HOOTB. CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS It delivered to Subscribers In Olnolnnatl, Oorlngton and lurroundlng cities and towni, at the extremely low arlce of .. , BVBN CBNTS A WEEK, . taTABtl TO TBI CABBIES him or Matmwo. Single copies, 9 cents; one onth, 40c; tbree montlia, SI , on roar, IH: 110. 1N VOL. IV. NO. 46. CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, I860- TRICE ONE CENT , AMUSEMENTS. ISIKK'R OPERA-HOI E.-8. N. PIKE. Proprietor; C. T. Sunn, Stage Manager; J. Jf. OkeurIi Treasurer. MONDAY EVENING, October 8, ro-engagement 01 the young and accomplished Tragedienne, MISS BATEMAN, Who will appear as the heroine of a NEW AMERICAN PLAY, rounded on Longfellow's beautiful poem entitled EVANGELINE, Which has been pronounced by the critics In all the principal cities of the Union as ono of the most naturnl, chaste and touching creations that has ever graced the Am...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. JIKMRY IlKKD e CO, anrross am mmimui orrioiAL paper or thr citt. MONOAT ...OCTOBER 8 The Candidates for the Board of Public Works. Without any intention to underrate the danger that threateni the Unien, or the im portance Of preserrlnjj the Territories for 'free homes for free white men," or the great principle of popular-sovereignty, "measured" by the Supreme Court, or the duty of Congress to protect every species of property, in every conceivable place, espe cially for those who have none, all of which Are supposed to depend on the present can vass, we wish to supgfst that Ohio has Come interests involved which seem to be quite lost eight of, though they are at least as important to our people as any thing that is pending on the Presidential election. Charity begins at home, and it would be as well if our political zeal started from' the Enme point. The Public 'Works is the bad egg in our State political system, infecting the whole body politic. The political cont...

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 October 1860

WANTED. WANTS." "TOH Bin," "FOR RETT." LOST," "IWND," " BOARDINO," Ao-Ad-ertisement coming ander the, heading, not e eeeding five line, will be Inserted twice for -,)., cent. H. PHI lil.lVS, H I Wert Third-It. (w29-.nl "IVI! "J!,1? Prl M nit-Mwiw No, iy w. W H. PHILLIPS, H:l Went Tlilrd-st. eeW-am ATKI-CIGAR-MAKKK8 Uood wanes Riven jninlieat 7.1 Ueorge-t. oci.ti aSted milliners At loo wt Fourth-st. oc7-b WANTED-TWO BOYS-To loaril the Ladles' Shoe making. Good wages mid a c.imfnrta He home. Inquire of JOH N LKON, S1 Sixth-st. a- foeT-b'J VANTEn-IMMEmATELY-A Hirlwhonn ' dorMnnn's nwliInK mid ironing, for a email fnmlly. Inquire at lUi Eourth-etroet, corner of Jim. ocH-b" WANTED TO UKMT-A House and Store, ... fi,r h"tfT depot. Would buy a place out. Andres stating price, C. M. JOHNSTON, at tho Irese Office, oce-d WANTED-TO LBN D-soO, by the adver tiser, who desires n nltiMtinn as book-keeper, and would lend to his etnpluver the above amount at six percent Address Hox 3W, P. . oc-li "AW...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. ..0CTOBKR 8 YOUNG AMERICA. Flti JmM O Brlea ba rwt?f written ft poem, la whirl oor mwIdi f trl, whtU fuming dw BroMlWRr, New Tork, piuM to lok In ft p1tial rin4m at a trout of "aioe young men," whom tha Baiw tbut dMOfibea: H hoara the Princei tha work-alrl thonffht That dwell In thin palace by 0nil wrought? fhe looked, and beheld aome doxn or tea onn and eirmetveW nice young men: Tbeir facet ware beartlleM, roy, and fair. An axtonifibinff cnrl waa In their hair. Their feet were Miaeeaed Into shiny boot, Their sails were pink, and white at the root; Their hatide were an tajM-r, their limbs as flue-, As an Arab aialden's in Palestine; Their waistcoat were miracles to behold, itittbPd with relvet and necked with rolU; And perfect rirers of watch-chain ran Qrw the brenn of each nice young man. But you could not soe in a stable mce Of coaraire or manhood the fintet trace; Tbroufrh erery featnre the eenttment ran, "If you plettee 1 would rather nut be a man.' Agricultural...

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. — 9 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS If published dally (Dona at not Mcepted) bf IIBNllY It IC TC IJ fc CO., FR0PBICT0B8. Onicf-Tini-H,, orr. cciTon-Homi. CIROINRATI DAILY FBKB8 li delivered to Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and nrmniillni cIIIm and towns, at ! . ' the axtramely low Srie ot ' If EN CENTS A WEEK, riiABti to rni oiaana. Finer or Mailibo. Single eople, 9 enfet on onth, 40o ; lliiw months, ftl ; on roar, :t SO. VOL. IV. NO. 47. CINCINNATI TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, I860- PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. 1 BIKE'S OPERA-HOIWK.-S. N. PIKE, Proprietor ; C. IT Bmitu, stag Manogerj i. V. HaamtBT, Treaanrsr. THIS VNINO, Ortober 9, positively the lust night of the new A merlc.in piny, in which the yettug aud accomplished tragedienne, MISS HATKMAN, Will appear as the heroine, Founded on Longfellow' beautiful poem entitled EVAKGF.MNK, Which ha been prnnnnncod by the critic In all the principal cities of the Union a one of the mwt natural, chaste and touching creation that ha ever graced the A...

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. — 9 October 1860

TTTK PAILY PRESS. HKHY HKKUftOOH mm. Am nimimu. rriorLPBR or thk city ....... frlTOB BR The Polls. voting to-day will be found in this paper. We expect to be aide to bor tbe result on the County Brd Congressional Ticket to morrow roornirjr, and to give returns enough from abroad to five an idea bow the State tuu gone, nnles tbe contest is close. The Internal Aflnir. or oar Citr Joarnnla. The Commercial bas been assuming a sem blance of restored animation over tho pre tended fliHcovcrt that 'ho "Cleveland" Wash ington correspondent of f lie Enquirer, and the "Alpha" coni-apondont of the Gwette, are on and the camo person. One would naturally fnppoe that if the letters were good, the personality of an anonymous cor respondent was of little consequence. Still more naturally would one suppose that tho personality of tbe author of such lettors was of tbe leant po'sib'.e consequence. But the Commercial seems to rcgird this as lalnl to tbe character of this correspond' tiioe, although it t...

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. — 9 October 1860

WANTED. "WANTS." "fOR iAI.t," " F ItSNf." LOST," ''ForND," BlAltTIN." Ac -Ad-vertiaemetits cming mider thoaa hniulinirs, nttei sceding Ave lines, will iMtoearted twice f'ir il oenti. W ATKD-I OOO-WiHlns. Paper, by W. H. PHI .blV8, 8 I West Thirs-at. vVi am VftT1?P.,,, OI-M .rtgairaNote. by W. tt-.fi , PHI I.LIVH, Weal Third-at. ..y...n W AaTFIi Three or four earpentors Apply M at .IMg Central-ay. oc b "V ANTED TaTLkHKss-A first rate t.llor. v , ess to work 01. co:it at 4 Eut Fourth-st. ' loc9-t A M TK l- A (10OI O I H I,-Who unlnru,H leiieiml buiuevri.rk Apply at 1WU uoht.-. V AMI 001 III.-A smart irl to Ukn cr t if rhIMrrn mmU do tip-rttuirs work. Ajolf ut rio 18 WoritFiUh-fttruet, nr Main. o:f--b VV A TF D M aTjh S K (HRL-A ff-KTsrM to nut a fwwlMg-roarh.no for Indies' gtitri. Apply i 266 M th nt , near Bay miliar. e!U, .utt..i..ht1o makor Anply at 30(1 FiOr, at ,ffta'ii John and (Wttral-aT. oO YANTFO-Bno lI yonne m m. a p. m l'ortT In "inp t.rf boii-oilo or r- tnfl. Address DAVID...

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. — 9 October 1860

Til IS DAILY I' It ESS. 1 TlFMrA . ..OCTOBgll 9 THE DEATH-SURVIVING SMILE. t saw ens In narmeldei-hood, From whom the Ills hail fl d, Afcd yet so b-vely was hor fca, . It .eenicd ab waa not dcadi Her eyelid as In sleep were elosod, Iter br w ana white Ilka unoa, A smile atfll lingered on her cheeks, . As If 'iwaa loth logo. And it may be a. mile so sweet, Br Qttifl and serene, Waa neer on the lifwlfhjr brow Of living maiden . Perrhanrr the wondronn bliss which burnt, Fpon her raptured mind, When tint i-lic ka In gl ry's courts, - Hud left Ita trnra behind. Rushes in the Olden Time-The Introduction of Carpets The dutlinr of Our Vnglith Roma thus llluptrates Ibe Buying: "lie does not care a etrnw or a Ttib:" "Stmi tbo floor of bnnqtrptinft ball and ball-rooms wi re toTered with rushes; for Shakespeare guys that Wsntor.s. light of heart. Tick la tha senseless rushes with their heels" "If tba owner ronld boast of a carpet, it wn rawrrru lur ids tDimwr or me parlor. jtiusoea not oniy all...

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 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PJRES3 I If published dalifr (Munaays aot excepted) f JlENBY RKKD So CO., rnopniiiTOBa. '. Orriflt TIKI-UT., Orr. CUSTOM-HOUSS. V mmii..irlinit.J.ii i . Subscribers In Cincinnati, CoTirurtoB and urronndinf eltlM and town, at thevxtreiaehr low price of if: EVEN CENTS A WEEK, FATABI.1 TO TRI CABBIIB. Ws or 1 MAiT.two. Htngle copies, 9 cents: en mwt months, m ; one rear, rj.s w.f. AMUSEMENTS. ilRE'H OPKRA-HOI E.-ft. N. PIKE, 1'ritnrlMtnr ll. T. hhitu. Stage Manaaar: J. uibbebt, Treasurer. I Lust nlKltt but two of the engagement of the won. lirilill) gifted young nrllite, i MISS BATEMAN. .TniS SVtWINO, October 10, will be presented, r the firgt time here, the romantic drama, in 3 -ts, entitled, 1-H1 ItOMANCl OF A POOBTOUNO WOMAN, 'ore O'Neil, Miss Bateman; Bedman Vangnan, Mr. ,.-llierhlan; Judge Osgood, Mr. Lanagan; Barney Murphy. Mr. T. Madeline; Allen Delauce, Mr. O, ,D. Chaplin; Florence Osgoodi Mife Louisa Plunk (Mt: Middy Murphy, Miss Laura Letlerc; Matilda, Mira 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 October 1860

THE DAILY 1'RKSS.J ore o tan nonimik , OFFICIAL PAMtB OF THE CITY. . (H'TOBRK IV The Election Yesterday at Home. Tbe quietlr enough, not mort spirit being exhibited than WM necessary to kep up a just munsnre of excitement. At most of the polls In the city etch party claimed a gain orer previous tcst roles, and therefore the intorest was pro terrcd to the end. So far as we had tho cppoitnnity to observe, there was little of liitterncsa shown upon any side. Tho fact 1hat there was a third ticket, whose exact force no one was able to measure, kept up fielirifrg of doubt as to the result, which, it r as obvious, could only be dissipated hy the flicial canvass. Upon the whole, there was toothing in the aspect of things yeotorday to throw a shade of doubt upon the stability of our institutions or the capacity of the people of the Cnited States for self-government. The day was fine, the air pure and exhilarat ing, the spirits of the voters good, and the result is to all appearance a fair e...

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 October 1860

WANTED. ) J I !l 1. ' WANTS," 'TOR iAI.K." " FOR RUNT. LOST," "FOUND," "HOARD! NO," Ac Ail. Vprtlsemf-nts cnmifif nndar thrso haadlncra, not OPedinfrfiToliiiM. , mil llnsirtxi twire for 'J., cents. WANTED CABT5KT-MAKKR Innnire at Ollisnn Hnnso, Itoom No. 5'J. tVA1TKD-ll 0-Bnstnoss Paper, by W, T H Hill tll'D. 8 1 West Tlilro-st s29-ara WANTEIs-1!W 40fl-M..rlsraa;.. Notes, l.rW, II Villi l lTS, K.l WastTlilrJ-st. aWs-am WANTFO Tliroa r 'ur carpcutors. Apply a3.Vl t'siilml.av. . or h ANTH'n-TAII.OIlFSH-A flrst-rato tailor- os to worn on coats st S4 East rourtu-st. loc-l. rANTF.I A (lOOl) OIRL Who iinor.tanis general LouicworR Apply at l wo uourt-at. oc9-r-1 RANTED A BOV-Who ran mako him-nlf iiih'iiii aiMMit a .mil- itj.' nin'iia lun lltirmilo lnnfiunKc. Apply at 8 Kirtli-stri'Pt. ocin-ti V''','kn-A BOY-To wash ilislm a .4 ,,, vw himself uhimI, nt Dining Saloon. 197 Vn. trr-et, Bofrrpnroa roqiiimd. oclO-b 7ANTED-IUI,-Aimnrt itirl to take ram V of rlill.lrrn anil do nn-stairs work. Aim'...

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 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. H'KBNWiDAT. ...OCTOBER 19 MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Financial affair, yrtin rtremely qrtlet yesterday, the interest taken in the election BOaerionaly interfering with business that the Banker had nothing of consequence to report. Money continued easy, and approved Paper was readily disposed of at the Discount-houses at 1011 per cent. Currency was in good supply and rather augmenting at the different Bankers' in Third-street Eastern Exchange remained firm at buying and X premium selling, few dealers paying 40c. even on New York. Several of the assorting-honses have considerable re turns from Banks, whose Issues they hare sent home, on their way here, and do not therefore feel inclined to purchase largely. Gold was firm at XA premium, and New Orleans Exchange at discountpar, and HM premium. No Time-bills were offered, but the rates were without varia tion. In Uncurrent Money there was no altera tion. Flour was dull yesterday, with a limited demand a'...

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