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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 17 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILVPJIES3 ;TT. ri I Sabllsaea dail CMHtan art except) Hit - - - ItlfilfHY JCJUiJliJJ AC J PB0PBIKT0B8. I orriea vtm-ST., Opr. CTSTO-rlorfS. CINOINHATI DAILT PBBS8 la deliver: tB abiorlbar In Cincinnati, Covlngtoa and a t x ,wrmmll'if UI n4 Ww,t '. f ',: ' the eitrtmfU lew fries of - B TIN CENTS A WEEK' mtuu ro th cabbies. rain or Mathho. Slnglo eoli, 9 eentsi on cmtb, 40c. three months, $1 ; one rear, S.I AO. AMUSEMENTS. .i ia -eei cl t. -BBIKK'H OPKKA.HOIWB.-S. N. PI KB. A I'roprtolori V. T. Smith, Btage Manager! J. IT. Hiaeaat, Treasurer. , ; By milrersal renrtest, Mra. SIDNEY J. BATK WAN B Domed of SELF will be repeated by the jlar Company. THIS EVENTS!, Oct. 17, will be rrwwnted the oelekratet, Qvmedr, In three acta, entitled SELF. Mr. Apex, Mr. Tayler i Oharle Sanford, Mr. Mortl tiipr; Si r. John Vnit, Mr, Lanaaan; Mr. Cypher . Cynosure, Mr Ohnplln ; Mm. Area, lflisa Biimkq tfc-nin; Mrt. Rsdin. Mtu l,erlerr-.t Mrs. Corile roy fori liver, Mrs. Pope; Alary Apex, Mia ...

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. — 17 October 1860

THE DATLY PRESS. AiJlUNHY BKKDfcOO, anurias minim. orrioiAt, papi of thi oiti. -OCTOBBR IT Education in the Vocative Case. If It were not that those who know leant f education are usually most forward to talk about It In pa olio, it might be thought - redaction upon the State echool system that it most noisy chatnpioM advocate it for the rery reason which they who hare devoted brainf and time to its practical ' operation, regard ai Its defects. An earoeet Superintendent who to making teaching id the State schools the business of his life, deprecates the consequences of neglect of that moral training which was cared for under the previous system of voluntary schools. The article was copied lnte the organ of the State Teachers' Association, edited by the 8tate School Commissioner, than whom no man if more sincere and energetic in his desire to make the State system perfect. But a writer in an evening paper in this city, who is anxious to identify himself with the State school system, ...

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. — 17 October 1860

WANTED. xanidi -,' PAiim, rUB nihil I, LOUT." ''rOUKU," "BOARDING." A-Ad Ternsemea. coming under tit- needlnn, no' ox Deeding 8n linn, will be Inserted twloe for I J oent "VftNTJSPrS'0 wOO-Buslnee Paper, by w. " uin i o, rt en I n i r -ai. aaw-.ni TAV A NTK 516 OM "rt rage Notes, f,y W v n l it 1 1, 1,1 18, 8,1 West Third-t. eej9.em WANTED TAILOhBT o to th country, . APF'fi at o'clock to-day, to HRNRT ma Kits a CO.. ia furl-il, ocl7b IVANTED-i H018T-WHKKIi-I'nr a ator, .WW VHUIUIDIHI, 1'B ' 1 11, ocK-b Corner or Walnnt and Rlversts. lirlNVEA-A SITUATION Bv a rm.n. t.,i. vv In anv respectable business. Address M. A.. iikiuiiiiiti ..vrv...- VUlfO- TA1wTTKp-A FR0TK8TANT G I K f,-To do V w e;eni.ri huutowuth. Apply at 70 Wade-St , Sl-iwu iiTpiMiu 1' ll-l M-J . OT I D" WAfTKD-4 B1T0ATI0N-By a girl, to do chamberwnrk and plain sewlnic. Apply at the lOTIh mt corner of Third and Kim ocl7-t WAISTFD TO TKADK-A lot ol books, tew. .,rTand liquors for Western lands. Addnm reel OC17- VNT'?D-TKN 0...

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. — 17 October 1860

THE DAILY PJIESS. WEDNESDAY. .OCTOBER IT ! -. . . ; KO.NliTltt. AM OOMIlfiUCllL. Financial Affairs. it !' In financial drelwymtcfday,Wmost every itiing remained a it ti reported on - Mon- day. Money w quiet and the market easy generally, at V)vl per cent, for first-clasg Paper, In the regular quarter. Two houses ipoke of nnmeron calls for Currency bT their depositor?; but others observed no dif - frience front last week in the amount of the -Checking, which continue light for the seeaon. Eaatera Exchange was the tame as it had fceea for two weeks prcviona firm at bnylng and X premium gelling: the supply ! being Blill kept np by the assorting of Bauk r. i note. Gold wu at quiet as ever at M and baying and telling; the local demand still being insignificant. New Orleans Exchange remained very dull and Uncnrrent Money unaltered. I l Flour wat remarkably dull yesterday and .. rarest were nominal at $5 0MS.5 10 for saner- fin; the entire galea being about 500 barrels extra and family bra...

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. — 18 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PHESS It pulnan Silly (J3 traders Sot excepted) by " IIICNIIY nTDMIJ Ac CO., PK0PBIICT0B8. orric Tim-tr., off. trasToa-Rotnsj. (CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS delivered to gubecrlbera In Cincinnati, Covington and cnrronndlng el Use ud towns, at the extremely low trie of BTBN.CENTS A WEEK, rATAK.1 TO !HI OASBIim. Farcr n SfMtrK.. Plngle copies, 9 cents; en onlh, 4to. three months, 81 i one year, 8.1 Ow. iKiiiit VOL. IV. NO. 66. , ttllttl CINCINNATI. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, I860 '.J1 If?1 1 PRICE ONE CENT RATE3 OF advertising ' 1 . ) ' ' it barset adrertlsenenta Inserted at the rbllowlasl i rates e-r easr. of ten lines : v"W"--'v : Q1 V rnartienA.....ll InaertieiiZ:;; , JKtf ta"ttoaV 1 J? " .Ton pitirrriNGi , ! ' v AMUSEMENTS. 1ST HE'S OPERA-ITOUSK.-S. N. PIKE. Proprietor; (J. T. Smith, blage Manager; J. JT. Eiiiih, TreMnror. By nnlversal request, Mm. SIDNEY ?. BATK SIAN'B Comedy of SKLF will lie repeated by tbe Star Company. THIS EVENING, Oct. 18, will be presented tbe...

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. — 18 October 1860

TITE-DAILY PRESS. UKHUY HKKUAcOU, roiwa in rnonmimM. orrtoiAL fapkr or rum citt. VBCKSDAT.. -OCTOBRR 18 Cincinnati Weekly Press. OnrweeVly edition Is published this morn ing, and li for sale at the counting-room at three cent tirjle. Person not within con Tenient reach of the daily, will Bnd the Wiiilt Pkvi the beat substitute, and ft complete newt and literary journal for the family. Subscription price 1 a year. The Napoleon Crusade. The Protestant Missionaries in Syria evi dently feel that the cry for foreign Interven tion has been overdone, and the dominance which it will give the French is almost as much to be deplored as the Druse excesses. A letter, published in the New York Evan geliit, from one of the missionaries at Hash beiya, where the Protestants Were roported as having been generally massacred, states that the number killed was only ten, and that they were now enjoying peace, and an ticipated that their troubles would result ia much good, and they deprecated any foreign...

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. — 18 October 1860

WANTED. WANTS." "FOR BALR." "FOB BKNT,' LOUT," ''rOCND," "BOARDING" c i-Ad wo.nn. vviurrii, inHrmn i nnanings, not fT' eedingflv. line., will be Inner-tod twloe for JJS caats, ( IVANTKB-tld tl-Hirstnese Paper, by W, 1 tf H. rHlLLlTs, B3 West Third-at. w-InT "IX. P.-.? .7,"jo.0'?rlf oris-ege Note, by W i in,rr n, rv went Third-lit. ecM-era tlfANTSD TAITjORR Ta i- tr. it.. nntr. v.f j a cm i-n. m;l f -li WANTKD-A 01NT 8 At 31ft Con trail.. .A I011 Addrew caa realised Irom $ to iu per Bf. OCIS-Q MrANTED-OIIlT A food 8rTnt Otrl, to do wneral h on rework. Avoir At 1 11 Bnrr-pt.. iiii.i j . ... ' , vr rANTED-A HOIST-WHBL-For store, with fixtures. W. X). tKVIN, ;-! Corner of Walnut and Klrer-st. MTKD-4 RTTO ATIOV-B. .,,. l.,r. 7 T J" ?T respectable buiinen. Address M. A., - ... , .... . j . UCir-D WANTKD-A PROTEPTANT 0 I R T,-To do m iiorni nousew.irs:. Apply at 7a Wnflo-st , ' . - .prim... Willi .l,l,y, OTIf-U" 1VANTEB-A SITUATION Br a girl, to do the south-east corner of Third and Klin! ...

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. — 18 October 1860

TUB DAILY PRESS. THt7RHIAV.. . ....OCTOBER 18 . ' ' THE BLISSFUL MEETING. ITbU poesi 1 sad, iml nd spiritual, but DO en Ma nut II wllhr.nl thinking of Ph and th "Eartn," of Which It U a olus Imitation. Bo. fau. First tisrp of thrilling number Boosed me gently (him my slumbers, And IK too, 0'r mr waking uptrlt stealing, Kindled up aspirit leeling In it mtulo wt revealing llarea' own. . Than boing pure and holr. TUraugh aoor retiring .lowly. Half disclosed To bit nonl' .nrsptnred vision, Tltose eternal fields errsian, VkH th Unl in full fruition , , Ther reposed. ' Then spirit fairer, brighter, Some thing smaller, eome thing lighter, And with raiment purer, whiter, ; Oanidia Tiew. Though her far w half averted, Casing berk from whence she started 'Iwaemy loet, my loving bosrted, ..... IVoillknew. Kor moment there ehe lingers, And til beautiful white fingers r Of Lenoie Fw.pt erroei the hero eo ehinfng, Which th angel left reclining 'Gainst the door. Then a If eome word receiving, Half...

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. — 19 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PAESS vabllahsd dally (Dangers aot excepted) by HffiNHY RBJICD Ac CO., ev, , ,. PEOPRntTOBS. .-, ...... CINCINNATI DAILT PBBSfl to lillnnl te subscribers in Cincinnati, Oovlngtoa ul earnmndtnf cities end towns, at ths extremely low prioa of BTBN CENTS A WIIE, patabu to m oiuin. Pnrra or Minim Single eoplea, 9 eN! on otith, 4O0. Uiree months, SI ; on year, (l.'l SO. .s V7, ir vy V7 vy '(f y at it ' . YOL. IV. NO. 57. CINCINNATL FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1860 i , M ... . " PRICE ONE CENT RATE3 OF ADVERTISING' IT TI3XIIWIa3, O-A-CSXX. . ' .- v, I i mi A a rertua.al, swt arcoadln n St. Unes (aa-ate) I Urfor sl'llwwiiiti InwrM at the Mlowla rates srasware at tea Hoeai ' . . ' Owe WrH. ...... 1 tr.rtlmMi... pa' Wb eeriitlonal. f IS lns.rtlons.ZZL 2 few I laerUon. 1 jj lit lnaarUea.r, 1 ' ' JOB PJlIlVTIim AMUSEMENTS. IiiKra PERA.norrsE.--s. n. pike, Jl Proprietor i O. T. omth, Stage Manager: J, sT. fiuiiu, Treasurer. Br universal reiinrst, Mr gIDNKT J. BA.TR MAN'8 Comedy...

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. — 19 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. IJJNJNliY ltKKO c CO nrromji 4m vaonraTOM. k Oli'lGIAL UPKK ) THK 01 TT. RIDHT,!,...- .. ....OTTOBBH 19 Northern Negro Hounds. There are eom seccuiuee pertaining to ulnrery vhlcb 8 re repuleiTe to the owner tbcnwlves. One of iheee U the nagro-hanter. The gJarcboMcr who employs him, despises tbe mean and brutnl nature that can choose a means of livelihood which is revolting to ail the manly instincts. The feeling is simi lar to that jrith which he looks upon the negro trader, who traffics in th cruel and in human features of slavery, without any of the ameliorating circumstances which hu manize it in the patriarchal relation. tt is singular that In the free States, where we have not the excuse of custom or inter est, or direct oonUct with slavery to harden our iustincts, our moral standard in this respect should be lower than in the South, and that men should be found ready, as a hound, to take the scent of a fugitive negro, sneaking through by-ways, and pouncing in ...

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. — 19 October 1860

WANTED. f 'iMnrlW. VIA" I wiiwnt( eomlii ;nd theie heartinirs. sol ei. m4lngfivlines,wflllxinrtpdtwicefor'.Joents. " "i r.t r, mi i mm -sr. ee-ani 'lVft'pu'f Pi-,1?!0 0-M"rtin. Notes, by T V U. PHI LLli'8, West Thlrd-st. sew-ad WANTED A GOOD GIRL-To do rvHT -a - ... '1 ... v 1 - ' V A N T ED -A 110r-At tlm Wlnn-iit r.t 7 n-'iiM, to nk tlw xiewpopr Htanl. Anplr t thf cfflca. ttvlsi.bj HA VIS M ABSlf. ton atxut quittinsbuslneM will find m our OCW-0 lVlNTHD-AOHNTS-! H1 n.-t-.i Tn ! 01 sooi ddre"" m reulitcd Irom .i to "yANTKI-GIRI,-Afjid 8rrnt Girl, to do rtwwn ( lint, n and Linn. oclH h -lyANTKn-A rAUTNKB-Witl, $.Ho.-li, In "' t hut will rAflM por cUy clr of xpone, Applx at S0 ' Mnia-rt., up .t.ir.. iK-18-b' WNTKnTHK RLK'TR()TTPS-B-wr-or 1 . ". IM onlT j)lo to l lh- nnr J .j in oi Kiirndwii mat Arri.hUATJ. 8 Mnimrth Oalli rr, c i-nur Kl It mid Mnln. ... m k. MANTKD-A GERMAN GI KL To do c-n-prti hiiu-worlt for a nmnll famllr. One That tan glTciiod refrrfnca will find a permanent oitna ...

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. — 19 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. F RIB AT... rOBBR 10 SELF-SACRIFICE OF THE FORCED RECRUIT. BY ELIZABETH BARRET BROWNING. Tti (MW fFiMfiss ton tarns thl pathetic poem, r en wrirtlir of th (tlft: slnmr than tow rent r trainrs faar Mfi, It lrite th ir-aerlle at Bolfcrlna, of on fcroedto battl amlat acatu ht Cksrtshed ia bit fcwatt. In. FMI la th rank of th Anstrlan fm ibun4 kilt i He died with his far to yon all j Tat bury him here where aronnn aim , Xoa honor four bravest that mil. . Yrnitlaa, falr.feefnred and slend.r. He lis h. to death ia h is youth, -. , Vith a smile on Ms lipei over-tender lor any mere auldier' dead mouth. Ko trnT, and ret not a traitor I Tbouffti alien the cloth on hia breast, Gnderneath it how seldom a greater loom heart, haa a shot Mut to rest I BTTOwr enemy tortured and roaded To march with them, stand In their flic, B is musket (see ! never was loaded II facing your guns with that smll. . A orphan yarn oa tn their wrtnerst He yearned to our patriot band M Let me die fur on...

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. — 20 October 1860

trK 7.V..J.V""Wtt-" a!"" -WiAl PP'IM .I"' '!JiJf'i.'ll IIIIW 'Ullillil CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is pabHibBd dally (Hnnaars not excepted) by HKN11Y 11 IH TC IJ &j CO., PB0PRIKT0B8. QTflWS TIHS-ST., OTP. CUITOB-BOOTH. CflTGnHNATI DAILY PReSB Is delivered to Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington tod surrounding cities nd towns, at tha extremely low price of BTBB CENTRA WEE K.r ' FATASLS TO THS CAMtim. FatOHi or MAii.rae. Single eoplos, 9 rants: ena onth, 40c; three months, 91 !onf. Wil 00, Mill i .it "!! fit hw'il'ni I .... - t i : """ " - . , - - - . -r t.i sm-.m v, i.i w f r i i 1,, t -a ..... 'it 1 n' iriil i-n Ifi'l ft;i; l !f..-;'i In t Ml hi! o..T .ti :u .;,-!' D v 1 : r-.i'- i t I ,. -A. J SB : V ii 11 vli I : A. SA 1' i' Fl 1 I.I 1 J I si 11 1 VOL. IV, NO.. 58.-. , ,6i;di U'H 1 vJ-1lU'.j ruin .. . r,-r,-1 qiNCINNATL SAtUHDAT'MOllNINa oaTOBER .?o;"7lp i . r Ill 111 IB .1,1 lay D Ass M ' . , ' '' :" ''' , i: 'f ."t"''1'1'" ' ' : 1 PRICE ONE CENT i .t'i. Yi T a nr '.rtrn in. RAE3...

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. — 20 October 1860

-titttv T A TT "VT T)T I7GQ JLIlTi 1VVJLU X X iUW' -aottos am official rVpKR or tub citt, SATURDAY. ..OCTOBER CO, .O Unfaithfulness of the South to Its Northern Allies. In no fray can the election, of tincoln ba now prevented but by frightening the North by picture of the dreadful things the South will do ia awn an .vent, But just at U be came apparent that all other 'taeanl had failed, and whe 'the heet-iroi thunder should hnre redoubled peal on peal, the South began to let up and to roar gently as dores at the maternal breast. Now the most fearful fire-eaters in the South are those who proclaim their determination to shoulder muskets and thrust promiscuously into the bowels of those who attempt to resist the inauguration of Bepublican rresident. This treachery ia most unaccountable. It weakens the hands of the Northern national men. Instead of the terrible picture of wholcsnle secession; ihe patriotic' journals in the North; like the Cincinnati Enquirer, are reduced to a retail pn...

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. — 20 October 1860

WANTED. ' WANTS." 'fK gAI.H." "FOB EBNT," WnST " lVtVtln" " nill.R.TtlNU' Ic.-Ad. .rttiiinnai enrnlng nnder the.a heading., not ex. beading Bve linae, will be Inserted twioelor ua peak). IVANTFnMIIO.oon B"";nss Paper, b V H. PUlbLlVli, h t Wea Third-.!. sei-i NTFnM10.fl-Bi"!ne. Paper, by W. f T H, PHILLII'B, f. nwi iiiira-st. sera-am TriTAISTFn- TWHOOTMf-Tonaetstln gen. III eral housework. Apply at 464 Wait Seventh- itreet, between i. inn ana nsymllHT. o-zu-u- fmwrANTKD-A MAN TO COOK-In THnlng f ? Saloon. Inquire at No. 1BT Vine-st., two Moore above f inn. , . . - . '' I GOOD GIBL-To do general r housework. Apply at 30 West aoiirin-at., houHwurk. op stairs. XV"ANTED-A FOY-At the Walnut-street I ?T H .nw, to tli MwlP"r Stanrt. Aouly I at the office. locm-b'J VA in at man.Mi. 1VANTFD-I0 BFTATL GUOCEUS Any per TV eon about nnlmng bualnetis win una ft pur- r cha.er by adrirrsslng W. this office. oc19-o nmrANTKlr AGENTS At HH (lenlral-av. V Mn of good address can realised from $" to w pe...

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. — 20 October 1860

.OTTOHKR 40 hatib d if.....,.... THE FUTURE OF ITALY—THE SWORD IN THE SCALES. The last lato, of .&oadeq, AmoV bM this firited poeni: Again the hills of Italy Krlio thedia of war, f. r " ' Ti Asain the eesles nether f .. To lionii: from n?ar end nvr, '- - 1 Afiiln theaeven. hilled oil, ' " tl Tbe conqueror's guerdon stands, - -- : ! But not, a end, w ith conquest's sword . fl.ld m barai Ian hands! r . . n: . ! ; Whin Rome an Infant giant, .. . t. . 1 iret crowned her ee ren-fold hlffht. The stalwart Hurtli it .warou poured forth, TorriMB thn rtsin. might, .i 1 here etr, de the nearthy Cymry,, , 'i he rwt onl mi bit pi'te, J Ann tower nad town went hslples. down, Before, the sweeping tio. , r, . : i But Heaven's YiIkIi purpeae needed ' Thet rieinf Human pewer, A'"t mrved tlie.tate'y Beuetor. T. tne t the aafhti hour. In robe ul white, rm chair, of state, - They barred the invader's way H'M.tft Cyniiic ft re and tulish ire A weaponless arra I Bow chant! tbe ien, ho changed the part...

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. — 22 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PIE33 b published dally (Rundari Dot excepted) by ' HENRY II in K 1J Ac CO., . PBOPBIETORS. . rr,.. oiriun -Visi-st., opr.'ctnrron-aoirsi.1 4 CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS ll delivered to subscribers Id Cincinnati, Covington and- surrounding cIIIm and towns, at the extremely low prloe of BTBN CENTS A WEEK, PATABLB TO TH1 0ABB11B. PatTg nr Maimwo. Hingis copies, 9 cents: one onth, 4c; three months, KM ; one rear, 3 Sl, ' i- -c- t .- ' r i ' ! ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' r ; i i I . YOL, XV. NP, 60. :: CINCINNATI MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 18G0 I I! I I PRICE ONE CENT KATE3 OPj AD VERTI3I JTCh j 5 ; Tirriivta, oaeixx. ' Advertts.menbj.not eicoedlas Ire Unas rat) r -1 One Insertion 9s i immrtimt 0m insertton. 1 6 1 34 lmsertioM.Hri If !, , "-'-:"-""" laaersea as tno rbllovrlnf .rates prseoare of tea Uaeai ",,..(! One Insertion 9 ?2 'r!c" t? s.ach aflrimnn). ' 0.1 1 ........;' T Insertions., 1 J 3 I i ImnUauL " mr itin Ainu ' .f rTS V . w K.n.. k . - AMUSEMENTS. IklKR'H OPERA-HOU...

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. — 22 October 1860

THE 1)AILYTKESS. I11CNIIY ZEJCD So CO, anrrraa ranrBiirou. or net l pater or the citt. ltlOMAT .OCTOBER !IJ Northern Aggression on the South. Tlie pnthetio part of Mr. Tuncejr'i speech sra about the Northern ikggroMlom on the Sooth. Mr. Buchanan himself, lamenting the use of money in the elections, could hardly here been more dismal than was Mr. Yancey over the wrongs of his poor, ng-gresscd-upon, abused, down-trodden, pa tient, enduring, long-suffering South. The audience doubtless wondered what this talo of wrong consisted of. We doubt if any man present was conscious of any act or intention of aggressinj npon the South. Nor did Mr, Tancey specify. Details are not in his line. In new York he undertook to itemize, and he specified the bushels of strychnine fur nished the Texan negroes by Abolitionist. This was a month or two after the New Or leans papers had published that the parcels of strychnine turned out to be wheat flour, and that the whole poison story was a hoax. To be sure...

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. — 22 October 1860

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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. — 22 October 1860

THE DAILY TRESS. MONDAY., -OCTOBER 94 THE VISION OF LIFE AND DEATH. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. fpnn e fork that, high end sheer. Rose from the mountain's breast, A weary hunter of the deer H.id sat him down to mt, A r. leaned to I he soft nnmn Kir His hot, red brow end sweaty hair. All rib In base the mountains lay. With dimmer Tale lietween; Anil river Nltmmered on tbeir way Br forests faintly seen ; Vhil. ever rosea mormiirlng sound, From brooks below and beea around. Be listened, till he seemed, to hear A strain so noft anil low, flint e nether in the mind or ear The Uf-teuer scarce might know. With such a tone, en sweet and mild, the watching mother lulls het child. 'Thou weary huntsman, lone,' it Midi 'Then faint with toil and heat, The pleasant land of rest is spread Before thy very feet, Ant thoee whom thou would gladly tie Are waiting there to welcome thee." Be. looked, and twlxt the earth and sky Amid the noontide here, A siiaky roslon met his eye, And grew beneath his gate,...

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