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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 11 October 1860

'CINCINNATI DAILY PXIES3 U Ml1i! dirliy nnT noteirpt4) by' HKNBY It K TC 13 AjCO., fBOPBUCTOBS. .Wrl VIJf-aT., OPP. CUSTOM-HOn. CINCINNATI DAILY PBKSS la delivered to eubcrlber In Cincinnati, Covington and ri iifroad1n cttiel and town", at ' the extremely low price of EVEN CENTS A WEEK, ' PATABI. TO THS C11I. Paters, nr Mau.ho. f ln copies, a cents; one , onth, 40o.; three months. 91 ; ea. rr, VOL. IV. NO. 49. CINCINNATI. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 18G0- PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. 3VATfONAI.TIIl?ATER.--J0nM BATES, An Manager ; J. U. Uanlkv, blag. Muna-er. Second week of the young and talented Amet-lran Actn-M, Mfla JANK C()()MUSj Who wllll appear on thin occasion a " Lady Eve line Ayinott," in Hie Ifnntilnl play entitled TUB WIKK'S 8K1HET, As played by her at Wallack'a Theater with the ' most rlistina-uishrd succrss. tirnuil Tas da Poux ...Uy (he Hourado Slstors. To conclude with the popular Farce of . i i CltGENT PltlVATE AKKAIKS. 'The rintlnrial Tf.SM, adjolnln the Theater, is ...

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 October 1860

THE PAILY 1'itESS. : H10MHV llJCJSIJ c CO, aivoas A twi"fc -.orrioiAb rAFKii or thh citt. .OCTOBER 11 The Election-Moral Observations on the The Election-Moral Observations on the Same. "We hTe th gratification to announce that tbelabot of election ia orer, nd tbe coun try Is u well as could bt expected. The re ault U gratifying to all parties, unless it may bt to our Boll-Everett friends, and we doubt not tbat eren tliey will in tbe course of a few days find some consolation in tbe con sciousness of mere existence. To begin with the richest official placer the county officers tbe Democrats bare gained from the Re publican I tbe Bherift and Aaditor, and hare elected their candidate forTrobate Judge. Tte Republicans bare gained the Clerk, Commissioner, and hare elected their Proso cating Attorney, Surveyor, Coroner and Director of Infirmary. It is something of a falling off for the Re publicans, but considering that it is the first time they hare traveled on tbeir own mnscle, without...

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 October 1860

WANTED. "WAriTS," "FOR BAtF." "FOR RENT," LOST," ''rnrND," "BOARDINO," Ac -Ad. wrilsenienti coming neder these headings, hot ex rxeding five lines, will be inserted twice for 'A.? con ts. VANTFI-IO .nO-llnlnM Paper, bv W. V ll.f HI lil.l I'W, Ha WestThlrsI -it. s-29-sm ANTF j-0,OlT( Morliaga Notoa, by W. Tt II. PH1LL1 fri, 8;t West Thinl-sf. iiW-iii WA NTK D-A K N T 8r3flTTlnTrVrT. Mad of good adilross cud realize from f t to 1 6 par day. ocll-l. WiNTBD-IIASTKBS-rniwnCml nil Vest. TV lisstera. Arplyat ho. IMS Fourth-st., bo twean Klin and Plum. ocll-b W" ANTED TWO GERMAN GfRLB-One to rook, the other to wash and Iron. Armly at 61 East Fonrlhst. ocll-b YVANTKD A GIRL-Gorman or WeMi.'to du v v housework. Apply at Bouth-east corner of fourth and Broadway. ocll.b ANTKDA6lRL To do hoiiwwiiriTlnTi -mairfamlly. Apply at No. 76 Hopkiusst., between Cutter ana .lohu. ocli-l ANTKO KWfPLOTMKNT A lady wi.h.a employment as Copyist, at her own residence. A'ldtess A. C , through the Postnfflce. ocll...

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 October 1860

Tl IE 1 DAILY PR ESS. ,Tilt'RlAT OCTOBRrl 11 [From the New York Ledger.] THE EMANCIPATION OF ITALY. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. Voices from the mountains speak, Appenlnee to Air replyj nie tovale and peak to peak Tom Hi) old roin.uiti.red cry; Itely ,, Bhell be free! Such the mlauly shout that dill " ' All the pae.es of ber hills. . A" the old Italian lakes Qniveret that quickening won); , Co'" with a thrill wkM; Vardato hi r depths is .urrcd; Mid the steep. vY here he sleep, rireamini ot the elder years, Martled ihrnsyineuus hear. Sweeping A rnn, swelling Po, Murmur freedom to their mead. Tiber su Ift and Liris slow tiand stTnnira whispers from their reeds. KnlT ... f hr.ll bo free! 8int the glittering brooks that slide Toward the sea; from A.tna's aide. . , ton ago was Gracchus slain; Hrutus perished long ae:o; Yet the living rootfi remnjn Wheuce the shoots ol greatness grow, - I. - Vet again, (J'Kl-liku men, ' Hprnng from that heroic item, ' i Gall the laad to rim with thora. , Tha...

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. — 12 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS 1j published doll; (sunaayt aolnxccptcd) by t IIENUY II KKI) &z CO., PROI'niETOlW. own vit-tT., opp. cruTun-nonm. OIXCINKATl DAILY riSKSS Is delivered to auUorlbere In Cinolnnatl, Onvlnulon and '.. turrorindlng cities and towns, at the extremely low price of TEN CENTS A WEEK, patahi to tni o.vaniv rn'rrt nr Maimks. Flngte copies, 9 cents: one vimh, wssc.i srirae mourns, ajs 1 one year, pi,-t fnt AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S TIIKATER. OHNKR Of? MUth and Vlno-sts. Lessee and Menegnr, Jong A. KtMLn, jr. ; Stage. Mnnager, Mr. iliNj. i. KouKMj Treasurer, Mr. 8. J. J. TaAvr.K. BKNKFIT OF AVNETTI GALtKTTI, And Isst mght of thft tHILUKIHT AND AVFPKTTr rtVT,T,FT. PAX TOM1MK AND O Y M c. AST IQ j'lw I ri5. THIS ETTXIVC. ' October 12, the following pro. flaninie will be prcaentcl , t;w " KillT-ltOl'K CUFF r-(K0VIIKl, Fy Aiad'Ue Manctfn 'rviifroiil and Alex. Zanrrottl. ilVMNAHI'irj KKATH, Young America and A Hiegrlet. After which will le introduced tho utiO'lrilpcds, LA UK It 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. — 12 October 1860

rgjlM DAILY PHKSS. IlttNItY BKKD&OO, orririALPAj'fcK of tub city. " rRiAT ...OCTOBER 1 J v. Carloaltlca af the Plate Ftrhaol P)tri. ' Tie OM Educational Month!; for Octo r i lr is at baud. The chief article is on "The Culture of the "Will," by Edward II. Allen. The Mutational notices an article in this ,, pajier on the "Curiosities of the School Sys - tern," and tojr. "But it strikes ns that the Press charges " to the wliool system faults vhich belong to parlies who maladminiBter tbit system." This is truly a nice distinction. The sys tem will not administer itself. Men are the important part of the system. Men arc im- perfect. Men snhject to political control are C notoriously corrupt. Sooner or later corrup tion and abue arc inevitable to every thing which furnishes party patronage. Yet, the I 'Educational coys the fault is not In the sya I tern. It is as if it should say that we should not charge to men the faults of the human ctture which governs them. It is curious to obser...

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. — 12 October 1860

WANTED. cn ding live Hurt, itl le iiiei U-d t n ice for 4.1 cent. II. I'M I '.11 VT rVl V eU I IHN-M. P ' m , 'Wwr ANTRII- ih Onil-Mtt-neSote,hy W. VV II I'll 1 1.1,1 I S, Kl Wont Tturtl -at. jec2-Aiii w T yi.nng )rihwniHfi. wllh a young babe, (''ill . at tne rniumcmnl lloepitnl. ocl2-b IV ANTED -r'INIHKHS-Two Irmi ftnlalier.; c.kiiI lnnrhnnlrs. Arply at HO'J v v nm nm.t tin V . Ill lifih-et. Fifll AV ocU-bM F.LMKRA AI,h.r.Klt, k1J-1. F.LMKR A I "XTAIT-D-TO LOAN 3 000 In nun mm. Arri; Annlv fn W . II lllliio, to W. 11 1'IIII.LIPH. Keal E'tate, Hole and Bill-broker, :i Thirdst. ucU-c VATED-TJ PURC'Il ASE-An Km-i TV itnrsc and wagon. E. K C. SWIFT, corner Walnut and Waler-sts. nclL'-u WA ST KB AO K N To -At. ;:J9 Central nv. Wen of good address can realize from ft.', to 'il iwrdnr. oe'l-l. IVlNTKH-llAHM-fifli-nCoM nnil v,t. TT tasters. Apply at So. Konrt h ., be tween klin and l'lum. ocll-b W"" Ay teiTt w o nii an g uTT.5t-"ol m- t i conk, thf othnr to wash nnd iron. Anpl-:it Al Knst ...

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. — 12 October 1860

TlflT DAILY PRESS. 'ttl0AT. .OCTOHSll ft .'i '. - I. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. i A little trior, activity wm observable In ' aoruf cf the Ilankhig-liouscs, yostcrdny, bnt pnirnlljr there was no choline of consc- ' queue from Tuesday. Monetary affairs rrc quid, and the demand for Currency ' as I'gnt, with a supply in excess of thu dc fuand. The oflerinna of good Taper at tho liisconnt-honses were rather more numerous than ob Tutaday, hut still thcty were loss so 11' ii a usual in the month of Octoler. Bates of Mor.ey are nnchanged; lOQl.per Ctat. continuing to be the price for approved a'aper in the regular quarters, and IMS 18 in eutaide cirrlea. Eastern Exchange retains its steadiness at $ kmyinj;, and pretn. selling; rate; dealers , occasionally paying 40c. for tight Checks to w.rwawa Tliere was more demand for Gold yestor iny, and some $8,000 or $10,000 were dis posed cf at prem., to the country Hanks. The market is rcry dull, however, with only a roasional loca...

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. — 13 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PHES3 Is rblt'heddUirUmndaraBot excepted) by " UfflNUY IIKED & OO.,' PR0PBIKJ0B8. ovriea tikmt.i orr. othtob-boutib. CINCINNATI DAILTPBBB8U delivered to Subscribers In Olnclnniitl, Oovingtoa and surrounding cities tat towns, at , ' ,s , the extremely low price of ITRN CENTS A WEEK, rATAiu to bii cabbiib. , hra or HiiMm.-Hingis copies, 't cents; ens ontn, 40c I three months, 81 on year, M SO. AMUSEMENTS. 1lKh OfERi.nolWK.-8.N. PIKE, Proprietor; C. T Smiiii, Stage UanAeri 1, F. Haaar.BT, Treasurer. TITIR VNINO, October 13, will be presented tho Play, in five acts, entitled DAMON AND P Y T II I A 8 ; Ob, Tnr Test or FntrNDsmp. Vnmon, Mr. Taylor: Pytliins, Mr. Mortimer: Dl onieiufl, Mr. Bberidan t Lncn-itts, Mr. Chaplin Phllistrm, Mr Harris: Calanthe, Mini Denln Hcrmlone, Miss M. Badcliff: Ania, Miss A. Kad cllff. . Grand Pat de Deux ........ .By the Gale Sisters. To conclude with the faroe of TI1E LOTTIBT TICKET. Wormwood, Mr. Hale! Cartas, Mr. Lanagent Kn. Cueeet,...

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. — 13 October 1860

THK DAILY rTItESS. amroas 4 I'D nomnoHi orrioiAii papkb or thb orrr. PA TUB DAT... , OCTOBER 13 The Territories Acquisition and Government- Speech of Durbin Ward. Ws are indebted to Durbin Word, Esq., a Delegate rota Ohio to the Charleston and Baltimore Conventions, for copy of hit peech opn "the Constitutional Power of the General Government, and the People In the Federal Territories, " printed by the Daily EVi ywrr team presn, in this city. The peech it well constructed, in good taste and temper, and is pleasant reading, making, for the effort of party man, a tolerably close approximation to just conclusions. Mr. Ward present the Government of the United States as one whose powers spring from the people of the States by expiess Delegation And enumeration. He finds no granted authority in the Constitution for the acquirement of foreign territory, and, therefore, concludes that the practice into which we have fallen of taking in other lands is an innovation growing out of the necess...

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. — 13 October 1860

WANTED. LOST." 'nJD." "BoARDIIiO.'1 i w k mra it ma a. i w it it frda ffST." o.-Ad. Vprtiesmsnts eomlns nndw the h-adlnsil. not ni. seeding St lines, will be Inserted Iwlos lor '4.1 oents. ? V"ANTKD-1 OOO-Bii-lnwn Paper, ey W. I!, " ruiL.Lfi'8, 81 WestThlrd-st. sr-w-am MTA',,TKn-lriO.nf-!ort)ro Not, br w. i! WW ll. rH 1 1.1,1 VM, s;i WestTlilrd-st, eeKD-em I. vv etreet. Ask tur tin. B., Boom No. II. Aprlytoon. ' ori-b M7NTED OIRL-A food lndustrlons 01 rl, -. vv who understands coi'trine. Must corns wall tcconiiBfndtd. Ar-ply t 1ST Flfth-st. ocis-b WANTJ,T APPRENTICES Two alrls to Ir-arn dre--makiug. Beferoaces esonanKed. Ar-plT at 81 Oeorge-et. , oc!3-d -."ITANTKn-TWO GOOD IIAND8-!.ntton. V V hole-nia.rs, on pants. Apply at 1 10 Wei. tiut-Bt., fonrtti floor. ocH-b WANTED SITUATION As wct-niirao, by young Irish woman, with a youog balie. Call At the Commercial Hospital. ocl2-b WAIMTKI-riNISITEIlS-Two Iron flnlalinr.; must be good ro'ihanlra. Apply at liO'A VstFifth-st. ocl2-b ELMKRA ...

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. — 13 October 1860

TOBJPAILY PRESS; SATflt PA V --. OCTOBER 13 PRINCE OF WALES'S BALL IN NEW YORK. (This twliw To contains a part of th och-talhsl-of "pofm," by Bdmrmd O. Ktedman ad dasertptlre f ths Prino of Wales' Ball, Us4 venlng, Ib Tork. It li a moat ordinary epsntrsert tt vr.r, such H almnat an on eonld write at mosnent's notice. Sir. Btedmaa owm his reputation to lb circumstances growing out of hit aMkatMi of the "Diamond Wedding," a composi tion f lvtdar merit, but vastly preferable tothla Jingling doggerel, of which we fire four of the clos ing, staazaa, to iihow bow poor the thing la, and what kind of literary taste the commercial mstrop oils aoaatiata. F.. Fxass.) ThemaoD the Committee Toted, all. That My Lord should have an Academy Ball, And the matter eettled without more ado) Then, a knowlngrumors began to creep through The daily Jnurr alp, ol what was in view, Vtry f real men the Oromlt'ee grew In every one's estimation. I. title hi little tha new transpired. That the grand Academy had ...

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. — 15 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY FAES3 Is wbllabed daily Usunsars Botexospted) by IlEJSIi Y HKKU fc CO., PBOPBIKTOHS. otticb thb-bt., opr. owto-:ovs. 01N0TNUATI DAILY PREHS is dvllrerod to subscribers In Cincinnati, OoTingtoa and surrounding cltlm and towns, at t'r the ntntmelr low fries of BTEN CENTS A WEEK, PATABLB TO TUB OABBIBB. afcrji or Maimkh. Rlngle copies, 9 one onlli. 40o three months, 1 ; mil year, : SO. AMUSEMENTS. IBIKK'H OPEHA-IIOI SB -8. IN. PI KB, 1'rnpnetor; 0. T. ohitu, titage M imager; J. F. HsaniaT, Treasurer. By nnlTersal request, Mrl SIDNEY J. BATE WAK'S i-rnncdy oi BKLF will be repeated by Hie Star Company. MOKPAY EVENT NO, Oct. IS, will be r.nnted the celebrated Cumedy, In three acte, entitled BKLF. Mr. Apex, Mr. Tnvlar; Charles Banford. Mr. Mortl mer; Mr. John 1'nlt, Mr. Loneffan; Mr. Cypher tJnosnre, Mr Chnplin ; Mrs. Apex, Mine Suwm Denin; Mrs. Rndius, Miss I.erhrc ; Mrs. Cordo ry Codliver, Mrs. rope; Mary Apex, Miss Lon Isa Flunkett. Grand Pal de Denx ...By the Gale 8lit...

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. — 15 October 1860

THE BAIKY PRESS. KY HKKD CO, niromj aws paarararoa. ornoiAL paper or xhk cut. MOKDAT-...- ... OCTOBER 13 Taa following from tba GaittU is in such an Ersnpel tsl tone, and displays such a spirit of Chrirtiaa charity, that we copy it : "A Gauge of the Pope's Faith." "la men hiirh in the Church, we expect to find all spiritual excellence well represented. Faith, bope and charity should be duly dereloped, and as occasion arises they should be put in action, but without display. Yet the Bifhop of Rome, the Papa or all pood Catholics, is Badly lacking; in the first of the sacred virtues. A French repriment re cently arrived at Rome, and the officers were presented to Pope Pius. His Holiness told them that the Church did not stand in need of man's help in support of her spiritual sovereignty; but it hud pleased God that in tbe free exercise of her spiritual sovereignty, she shoe Id also possess temporal power, and it waa this temporal power that the soldiers were celled on to defend in its...

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. — 15 October 1860

WANTED. "WANTS." rOR BA IiSJ." "FOR ftKNT." I.08T," ''rotlND," HdArDINQ." o -Ad. Vrttaen,nts coning nndar then headings, no ceding An II dm, will be inserted twioe for 45 au, VANTEn-tlO OOO-Biulneas Paper, br W. WW 1 1H1LDT8, 8.1 West Thirds. 2-ara r nr JKTun-mn nn-M ,. u.- H rHlLI,lVa,s:tWwtTliir.l.i.t. rM KTANTFIV-A TODNfl MN-To attend In dlninn-salonn, at Mo. 38 Jflflh-st., l"-tw...n Jisln and Bicnmor. ocl.i-b MrANTEI-A GIRl-To cook. wa-h and Iron for a small fnniilr. Befsrenoos required. Ayplr at 1 6 Rest Fourth -lit. oclVa WANTED OIRL A food Protestant girl for gcnetal houKewurK. Apply at 7 3 Wade-st,, petween Freeman a'id HnHwy. ncll-b WAntkd-a OIRt-To cook and --tt wnsi iid nd irouinf. AddrcssMll 8T0NK, at ofllc of this parT. orM-b WA-TIEvP.G2?PJVKS'r MA KflS-ApnlT.t 193 Went Thlrd-et. Nont but good hands need apply. ncU-l "V'i?T?IA n",n to work on farm, near the ! C."r. fa rannthnreln weeks. Apply at this clllr after nine u clock. Monday. ocl4.b WANTED-APPRItNTlr'FS - Two gl...

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. — 15 October 1860

TOE DAILY PRESS. WWDU.. ...OCTOBER IS AGRICULTURAL. Tbi Excku-mci or ts CaOlttlowm. "Ot H the flower that grow, giT me the ' efcnllflower." eo iaid Sam Johnson, the stern old English tnorslist and h knew. The fact Is, cbat no vegrtnble Is eaten In Paris, Vienna fir Yernrm (and all three of these cities, and especially the last, ii famous for good eating,) more prir.ej by the gourmand, and more Yndippeneable to a good dinner, ' thaa the cauliflower. The Convent Garden market, In London, Is supplied with them, at one prire or another, all the year round; and it make! a mnn's mouth water to see the stock of good things in those great reservoirs of eatabk's, in the great cities. We nave heard complaint from some gar dener, this year, that their cauliflower! did not head up well; and saw the other day sev eral hundred of them in a garden, and not a decent head in the lot; but other garden? hare succeeded well tbL, year. The vegetable mat have the sun, the whole day. from sun rise to suns...

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. — 16 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS II ptfnllshea1 dally mnny not eieeptcd) bp UBNtlV hKMD oOO., PltOPBI KTOBS. . OTTICt YI1-T. Off. JDiT01l-H0CI. 0INC11SNATI DAILY PRKHS it delinked to gulworlbere tn Cincinnati, Covington nd trarronndlng ettlei and towns, at the extremely low prlca of BTBN cents a week, . fatibh to mi ciaann, Piinm or M MMpie.Hlngle eoplea, 9 cents; one ontb, 40c i Uime months, SI i one year, W-t 50. AMUSEMENTS. 1 IJIHt'H OPERA-HOIJelE.-S. N. PIKE. Proprietor; o T. bMllu, Stage MaDfterj J. F. B maiar, Treasurer. Br universal renncst, Mm SIDNEY J. BATK JIAN'H comedy ol SELF will be repeated by the Btar Company. TTIIB KTENINO, Ort. id, will be presented the celebrated Comedy, in three acta, entitled SKLF. Mr Apr. Mr. Tarler: Charles Sanford, Mr. Mortl. lner; Mr. John l ull, Mr. Lnnatran ; Mr. Cypher ! noenre, Mr Chnpl.n ; Mrs Apes, Mine Bntoui Denin; Mrs. Rndiu., Miss Leelerc ; Mr. Corde rny Codliver, Mrs. Pop I Mary Apex, Miss Lou im Plunkott. . . Grand Tan de Denx ...Br the Gal...

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. — 16 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. enr-oas tlf renirvia. official rjiikii or i iin ;iii. TUESDAY......OCTOBER 16 Italian Affairs. A month ngo Garibaldi tu the Washington ( I 'taly.' He wns about to become the father i.i his country. ITib red shirt was thence forth to be the costume of the goddess of lib erty. Now, somehow, the tune is changed. English journals deplore big bad counsellors, Mid fear that his wonderful success has aroused an inordinateambition. They report that he has taken the Muzzini clique into his conncels and plnced them in power, and they refer to the anarchy which resulted in 1848, when the liberal and constitutional reforms which Pius Ninth introduced into the Government of the Roman States, were seized on by that band and turned to revolu tion. Now the London Timet compares the revolution to the fire running over an Amer ican rairie, and declares thnt if not consol idated into a constitutional government which means the Government of Sardinia it will have just ns slight a hold ...

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. — 16 October 1860

WANTED. 5WAMoy' -HIK BALK," "FUH Kk,Nr." I,T," 'r()t'D,H "BoARDINO," Ao-Art- reding Are ..new, will Inwrted twice for 11 117 AIXTFI-.Sie OOO-Bn.ln,. Paper, bjt W, WW B. PHILLIPS, S.J Went Third-lit. oW-am V ANTED- 000 -Mortgage Note, by W. t n rn 1 1. 1.1 rp, :f eat Third-st. sew-am IVfl'''I!n-''lll or two (rod Tlnneia. Apply f T atilOtsVI ost.. to JOHN L. BuorHl. ; ncl8-bl Wanted-quod cloak and drks-MAKKK3-Apply at 18 WhI Filth -m., near Alain, tip ataira. oclfi.h V ANTKII-8ITUATIOS.-AS Wt.nurs. by a W competent lady. Apply at 3'itt Eighth t Iwtween John and Mound. oclft-h i IVANTiB-A J I R l.-To do general home. WW work Annlr nt 37S Bayniiller-st , be. tween Dayton and Bank. olfi-b TVATKI-TWKN I'Y PA S T-M AK K KS - At WW 1S4 Freeman. at. None i?ut good hands fie-rt apply, wtywn 7 and o'clock. ocle-h V ls',A iOLNU MAN-T Httnnd In a TV dlniiiK .aloon, at No. 30 Kiflh-at., between Main and Hramore. ocl.vb AMtD-Toi RL -To cook. wah anTTron WW for a smell family. Reference required, 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. — 16 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. TfKI4V.... ..OCTOBKR ! THE DAILY PRESS. THE TEMPTATION OF MARGUERITE. tThs aansxed, somewhat qonlnt, bat rather marl, torlous, poem, represent the mistress of Feuet, ac cording t Goeth' IdM, ul list temptation from tb vll spirit, te whom th student-lover told him. Mlf.-Ko.Puu. A wind from rut the slumb'rnus garden, wlnDing Its way among the roue flnsVed and lew Tosses th hsuglng curtain, pure s sunw, And sends a flickering shadow to aad fro Wber Marguerite kits spinuing. A Mr fca,' aet In locks of sunlight splendor" And em, with crystal depth, lik mountaia ftprine, Where la Milrth heart' Imagining, In ani"t luster, aval like N.-el things- And teaks tb mouth nille lender. That ncy wind, that thrV the envious cnrtalo Dm h, drunken from Its feast of Sowers, float Over her drorn.lnfftn.neen -comes to gloat Or .tir the Illy lace ab-ut her throat, Wnb airy touch, vncartaia. Whilst thro' the silence, with ItK drowsy hastl, 'j ha merry wheel goes plaartanlly about 1 ba litt...

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