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

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is published daily (Bnnaars aoteioepted) fcy 1IENHY RBEO fc CO., PROPKIKTUttS. Crtid-Tim it t orr. cvsToa-Hona, CINCTINNAT1 lUILY PRESS It delivered Uj Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cities and towns, at the extremely low price of ' ' -BTBK CENTS A WEEK, rATAxn to tbi CAanir.A, . " ; ; . Fsfrte o Mstmno Single copies, 1 cents; one, onlb, 40c; three months, 91 ; one year, :i SO. AMUSEMENTS. IplKK'B ofrniH-HOUSB.-S. N. PI KB, Proprietor; C. T. balTU, Blage Manager: J. Hi-.atiKRT, Treasurer. MONDAY EVENING, Octolier 2o, will be pre. ffrntrd, for this night only, by earnest request, Jim. tsidiey F. Dateiuau'a celebrated Comedy of SELF. , , Jlr Ape, Mr. Taylor; Mrs. Apex, Mixs Susan, peniniolin Unit, Mr Limaaan ; Charles Sun lord, Mr. Mortimer; Mr. Oypher Cynosure. Mr. (Iiaplin; Mm Conleroy Cud liver, Mm. Pops: Mary Ape, Miss Plunfcett: Mm. Pecllne, Miss Leclerrj.Aunt Cbloe, Mini M. Kadcliffe. Grand Pas de Deux .. ...By the Gale Blstora. To co...

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 October 1860

Tnnna .Wft aner.oa. urioiAL -pi;b or thii city. 1HONO ' ..... ..IKTTOBKR Street Railroads in General, and the Pendleton Road in Particular. When tha street railroads were laid out in this city, the Companies which now hare the leading route, asked no dirision of dis tances. They offered to carry passengers from one end of the city to the other for one fare. The Third- street Company would have .continued their road from MiUoreek Bridge to the present termination of the Pendleton Road at Waehington-Btreet, for a single fare. But the Council would not permit the people to travel as far as the Companies would carry them for five cents ; but insisted on dividing the route and parceling it out to different Companies. Consequently, a passenger from the west to the east part of the city, or to i Little Miami Depot, now pars two fares, he Bides the detention of a change of cars and an Inconvenient connection, for a distance which the Third-street Company asked the rrivilege of carrying him ...

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 October 1860

WANTED. WANTS." "FOB BALK," FOB UK NT." I 'lost," 'rnD" inAiittno," ao-aJi. Vciliiienirnta coming nndarthcee beading, not e ion ding fire Unas, will be Iwmrted twice far 113 mum. 1 VirANTEO-TWO O IBM-One ' v other for dlnleg-ro.ni work. to cook, the Apply lit HT oc29-b 1hlrd-st , n of Broadway vrlKTpn-mnptitfl n-- .i : n.-T. TV men coopem wanteil At the .hun on Third-' m.n c,ionera wantpil a tlia !... .... 11. 1-.!.-. wio raniB . iiik urn, nj. OOM-O- W"ASTFnMri,B Kl't N NKH-Apply to T. A. PUILLIFs, Cooper Cotton Factory, Iiaytou Oh lo. ocZ7-h' VA',TE,-'rl",,TY C f .0 A K - M A K E K8 A t t v mirns acioak-itore, 174 Firth-.t. 0CW-l. B. D. N0BBI8. "VT,;I-I,0l'8K-To Purcliaee forcwlia T house of nix room., will pay $1,000. Adilrosa ij., rress unice. ocin-t) 1VAN1 Ell Ono or two good Hliocmakem. to w t go to the country Apply at H. KESHlVb ASON'B, SI9 Ituln-nt. 0CA1-L- WANTtD-A rn.prcta.hla worn hi to do cham ber work, and to n..t in the dining-room of tho Autrnlla Itoime, 73 Waluut-str...

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 October 1860

T i IK DAILY : PRESS. ..... QCTOWIta 9 momm... last week's Vanity Fair.] LAMENT OF A PRINCE-DESTROYED LAMENT OF A PRINCE-DESTROYED LOVER. I one. was the happiest fellow, Of all the young men "bom town I Hud IMMtw to every .jar party, " The. hief ' legions of Brown I qr . trt vrf In love Hh my dancing ; They roted not vers Ions sinew. The h um my lifcx t th. Lancer. . lint then the; bed not teen the Prince I I cot mrsalf up at my mirror, tiKardtess ot mouev end time! IUa-k drois-yeltt.w klds-rnrled moustachlo And a. ehok.r thnw lie sulilini. I Thpy never on'-e tbmwht of resisting M liu could, but a little month siuae? Kft yo, i'lenientine McKnden, For then yon bad nut scan the Print ! He came with till lords and his larfceys, Frim the arms of J. B. end Mien Lane, gnrrounrted with soldier., and darkness, (It wa rather too dark to ace plain: Bit n-ro. wtt- w.-s t-ra.v t" see him, Hade my oatnre, too sensitive, wince, B r ' I n.t- lie on seed tie, " On, ain't ne a lor of a Prince? " She...

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. — 30 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is published dally UJunaay not excepted) by HKNHY II IC IC 13 Sc CO., . . PBOPKHTOIiB. oirwiJi'M.i orr. crfTOM-Bdnii. ' CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is delivered to ubscrlbera la Cincinnati, Cot ins torn aad surrounding cities and town, at tb utremely low arte of EVEN CENTS A WEEK, ' . t PATABLB TO TH1 OASlIim. Pairs o Mn.ro. Single copies, 9 cunts: on ontb, 4o.; three mentha, $loinjr, aj.'l Sit. AMUSEMENTS. 1IKE'S OPKRA-HOI'SK.-S. !X. PI KB. f'roprletor; O. T. Smith, Stags Manager; J. ', HtKBiMT, Treaanrer. ANOThKB SPLENDID ATTRACTION FOB TUESDAY IVKNINfl. October JO, 1S60, In vhirh TUB ENTIRE STAR ClfflfASY WILL APPEAR. EfPTACHH BOTtniW; : .. Tim Couiuaa or Bunvilm, A French Drnma. In three acta, by .t. Courtney, will lie preetntt d for the first time in this Opera-house. Kmtache Bonriin, Mr. J. H. Taylor, Alphonse Lam herd, Sir Kheridan; Ielbls, Mr. i. K Mortim.'r; ldona I'onrelet, BIr Lanngan; Marcel Poultit, M r. C Hale; Sergeant Pomponiari. Mr C. T. Jon; Henry...

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. — 30 October 1860

UKNNY KETtU&CO, atirrons awo rnorstrron. OFFICIAL rATKR OF TUB CITY. TMllAt ............OCTOBER 39 The Railroad to Pendleton. Wt obserrf tbat several of the property bolder on the extension of the Pendleton Street Railroad hare conferred with the proprietors of the road, and have airroed to accept the proposition to have a double-track road built to the East line of the corpora tion, to be bowldrred between the outside rails, by the Company, fare to be ten cents, and the per-eapila to be taken off. t'pin this the Gazette concludes that it is all rigli and expects that the Council will at once confirm the arrangement. One of the queerest things about the street railroad grants is," that the property-holders on the routes should be supposed to be the only persons that hnre any right to be con Hilled. Are they the only passengers of the road ? They may not be one hundredth part of the travel. Do they own the highways? Not in any way to give them a right to in terfere with the publi...

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. — 30 October 1860

WANTED. I' "WANTS FOB, BAI.K." "FOIl FOTND," " BOARI'iNO,' RENT," Ac Ad. Vortiaement, coming nndr the., hearflnjra, not ex ceeding fin Una., will b iparUd twle foi i3 mH. nrANTKD A OJMi To cook and waah. Tn qnlre at 3,8 Went Thlrd-at. nc.Tn.l WANTEJ-"IK1j A girl to do general hon wnrlr. Hftmlin we ferred. AniiW At OA Biehmrnd-.t., between Mound and Otiltttr. ocSO-b tAVAHTEO-A YnnKH UoRBB-Broke to har. V mas. W. D. 1E V1N. corner ol Vt al"ti and Wver-atreeta. c3n-b" VANTKI- GIBbln n mll f-mlly; onwh ttnaera'ana general noufteworK, Apply at oc;hi-o- 95 Barr-et., Ietween Cutter and Linn WJlNTED-fWO t;inLB-6ne to eok, the other for dlnlm-ronm work. Applr at S7 Thlrd-.t , cru-t of Broadway. oc29-b "TJNtKI-Mi:LIO HPINNKH-Apply to r. A. V l'HlLLlPS, Coopor Cotton factor', Bart in Ohio. ovJ7-b 'ami iNTCn- A GIRL To do general hnnanw.irk Vv in a email family. To a go d uirl tho boat of wage, will be glvaa. Cull at No. 'i9S Ueorge-Bt. , c.ai-l- liriNTKn-A I'l'BI.'lIASKK-For a aocond- ww hand ...

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. — 30 October 1860

THE DAILY TKKSS. Tl FDAY..,4..-,.On,OBEII:0 A PORT TO HIS SISTER. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. The Quaker Poet addresses these tonclilng line! to his slater, mi dedication to bin new volume of poena, "Home Ballade," jnst limed flora the preu. In. Pm:: I call the old time back; I brln thus lata To thee In memory of the summer dare. Whan, by our native streams aid fcrest ways. We dream them over; while the rlvnlst. made Sons, "f their own. and the sreat pine-tree laid On warm noon-lights the masses of their nhadc. And "he 'vea with na, living o'er nratn Her life in ours, despite of rears and pain Ibe Autumn a brightness alter latter rain. Feautlfnl In her holy peace, aa one Who stand at evening, when the work la done, Glorified in the aetting of the sun I Her memory makes onr rommon landscape esera Vairer than any of which naintars dream Lights the brown hills and sings iu every stream. For she whoesNpeech was alweva truth's pnre gold Heard, not unpleei-ed, ita simple legends told, And loved ...

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. — 31 October 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I published dairy (.Bnnaeyt not excepted) by 1IKN11Y llMKI) tc CO., PKOriUF.TOUS. 0VFKB IH-T., Opr. Cl'ITOV-BOmi. CINCINNATI DAILY PRF8R ll delivered to iubsorlbers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cities anil town, at ; ' " ' ' the extremely low prloo of ' ITEM CENTS A WEEK, vatahlE to the oaixiis. Tmrn nr MMinto. Single copies, 9 cents! one onth, 40c; throe months, a) I ; on year, M.'i AO. AMUSEMENTS. JIIHF'N OPERA-nOITSK.-H. N. PIKF, A Proprietor; O. T. Bairn, btage Maoagur: J. 1'. Hkbbibt, Treasurer. BKNEFIT OF TIIK GALE SISTERS. WFPNESPA Y EVENING, October SI, lW, the petMUuance will oummrm with the drama ef Kl'STACIIK BAI MIN; Ensterbe Baudin, Mr. J. IT. Taylor; Alphonse Lanv heltl. Mr. Khi rhlnn' Shcrlilnn; Polbois, Mr. J. K Mortimer; relet. Mi I iiiifn: Mnrrnl Pnnl.t. Mr C. Hnlr; Sorzesnt Pompoiinearl, Mr C. T. Jones; j,i tj- ,r in'rry oe urissnr, nir. w. v. vnapnn; mine ne llrlssar, Mr. Pudeliffp; Captain Lshalre, Mr. Har ris: Louise, Miss Pii...

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. — 31 October 1860

THE BAITjY FIIESS. WEDNESDAY....OCTOBER 31 - aprroai asm raoranrrou. OFFIlAli PAFKK OK TUK CUTY. The Future of a Government The Future of a Government Which is Carried on by Threats of Violence. Suppose the gambling politicians should succeed in frightening the people from f rrnai.lpnL hv their threats till V IVl fclV va aa nnd (hum terrors. Then we should have violence completely inaugurated in our Gov ernment. Then threatened rebellion would I eeome a regular means of carrying the elections. Then the principle would be fairly recognized that a party in power has a light to break up the Government if it can not keep the control Of it. Then treason would be the first qualification for oflice. "What kind of a ro;id to peace would this be? Is this a nation of cowards and slates, to be mled by threats? Does any body expect en tire surrender on the part of the people ? The Dtit election would require a repetition of the game i.trcc, with Mich additions and exaggerations as would be nece...

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. — 31 October 1860

WANTED. TAlKD-An exTHrlrnre-l (lsse-verR.pr and rorter. Ar-rav Hi no. 4 flwi rourtti-at, a' A K T E n-TTTfn L-To eooi and wash. In nnlre at .lata Wt Third-It. oo.Tn-l,e ANTKD-OIRL-At 86 Kaat rifih-tr.-t, vriwrvii main una nyeamere. or-31-li- :VIiTKn-t"T,,AT10N-B!'n"n ant if", vv to work on a Farm; willing to go any ill-itanre id in' country anuifn i. r.Illlom, OC.U-D- M'ANTKD-A OIHI.-One Hint unrterst ois coufcine: anrl rArmral honsewnrk. Oerruan p e forrfd. T rill at 59 West Klfth-iit. oosi-t WANTKIs- I.HI.-A Birl to do gcn. ral I101 work. Gr-rman jin-frrror Applr at Bltiiaionfl'-st., between Mound and ratlor. nr30-b WANTKI) A Yoi Nd HullHE-Broke to liar tim. W. D. HEYIN, corner ot Walnnt anil mTi-r-sirrpTs, oorf-n- ANTKIt-OIRL In a small family; onr-wlm nnrirTalnntl aneral housework. Apply at arr-st., I'etarr-n Untterand Linu, . or3o-li VV"ATP1-M1LK SI'INNF. It-Apply oT. A. v 1'ItlLLirs, Cooper Cotton Factory, -tMvton Oliio. or27-li VANTHI1- A tllrl Fompptt-iit t.i waslinnrl Iron ...

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. — 31 October 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. THE DAILY PRESS. WEDNESDAY.........OCTOBER 31. THE DAILY PRESS. WEDNESDAY.........OCTOBER 31. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Nothing worthy of special note occurred in Third-street yesterday. The demand for Money ws brisker, but the ripply continued pood, and the DiBCOnnt houses were taking All the Approved Paper offered by their cus tomers at 1012 por cent. nd would have thktn more, tt they had bad an opportunity. lu certain quarters Eastern Exchange was a little henvy. but in others it was tolerably st end v, ulthoufrh less so than it had been. Moat "dealers were disinclined to give over to outside parties, though they paid H to their dVpcsiton and asked 4 prem. for their signatures as before. There was some cut-ting-under, and would have been a good le .1 if Currency had been scarce. Oold was sttadr, but quiet, at K buying and selling, and New Orleans Sight Ex change firm at par and prem., with very liht offerings. Time-bills and Uncurrent Money rang...

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 November 1860

ft ,-',1 CINCINNATI DAILY PHES3 Is snbllsheo: dally Utundaya not excepted) br . HENRY IlKBO As CO., PBOPKIKTORIj. orrics rim-sr., orr. crsTOM-nocaa, CINCINNATI DAILY FRKS8 li dllvrm to Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and , mrroundlng cltlM nd town, at ' '- ths extremely low pries of EVEN CENTS A WEEK. pavabls to tub ouiiii, ; . Psicra or Mii.iitn. Hingis oc-l, 9 eent: on onlh, 40c.j three month, SI ; una year, 9:1 .lit. AMUSEMENTS. t X IS pIKHS OPEKA-UOtJME. MADAME COISOU'S CONCERTS. The Manager takes pleasure in announcing that tie baa effected an cngageme ut with j THK DISTINGUISHED ARTISTE, IVXitcliiirio Colsou, to orvi THREE GRAND CONCERTS, On a scale of magnlflconce heretofore nnequaled, Thl Evening-, and To-morrow and Sat at day Ev"ninf;s, November 1, 9 and 3. The following WORLD-BEttOWN ED ARTISTES liave been iocurcd at a groat expense, together with a Grand Orchestra, COMPLETE IN- EVERY DETAIL. MADAME PAULINE COLSON, The celebrated Prima Donna, and principal star of the...

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 November 1860

THE DAILY FJIESS. HUNHY 11EKU 6c CO., neroae a aw raornirmna. OKHCIAL PAPKH OK THK CITY. TnFRKDAt. NOVKJ1BKR 1 CiMlansul Weekly Prere. Our week lj edition is published this morn ing, and is for sale at the counting-room at three cents single. Persons not within con Tenient reach of the daily, will find the Wiikit Pints-, the best substitute, and a complete news and literary journal for the family. Subscription price $1 a year. Death of Sheridan Knowles, the Dramatist. tat. The foreign news by the Fulton announces the loss of Sheridan Knowles, the well known and popular dramatist, on the Steamer Arctic this seems to be a nj(D for tunate name for ressels--while going from Hull to Cronstadt. Knowles has for some time past been in the pulpit, but Is only known here as a playwright. The Hunch lac, Love, William Telly Lovt Chase, and Virginivt will long preserve their author's memory in the minds of the play-going public. He was the most successful of the British modern dramatists. The 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 November 1860

WANTED. WANTS," "FOH SAM!" "FOB BENT," LOUT," ''FOUND," "BO ARM NO," Ao -Art- rrtlspments coming nnrlar thwa headings, not ex. c mIIuk n?e line, will be inserted twlcs for '2.1 cents. V'NTFDr0,Rt'-A, 36 Fast nnh-tr-t, T V between Main and Hyaaniere. nSI-b "TANTFD A COI.ORKD WOMAN-To do "' ejeneral housework. Reference required. ArA T'T immediately 1 437 West KiKhth-at. nol-b lyANTED-4 OlUIj-One that understands V cooking and xonrral housework. German pre ferrerl. ( all at 8Bff Went Flfth-at, ocH-l VA,STI:,-MrLIC HPINNKR-Apply toT. A v UI1.L1PS, Cooper Cotton factory, Hayton Ohio. ocK7-u" VANTKI-A NUKSK-1IKI,-At No. flu.! v Ml htli-st. None tint thortfl witll minliHnri rit ni irutimmpiMivo nefti apply, nol-u ANTHn-TWOOPKItATORS-.AtOOWAN'S Picture Gallery, 'i'i Watt Ullli-st.. Inquire front 6 to 10 in the morning. . nol-b t'ATH)- OIL-Al N, 14.1 Hniilh.atrent : v one who can cook, wash and iron. Reference! n-'iuuru. not .11 TaVANTEU-BITl'AriON-Hva practical En- Rlneer, in the city or c...

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 November 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. TMRfUMY ...NOTBMBKR. 1 [From the New York Vanity Fair.] THE PRINCE AT THE GRAVE OF WASHINGTON. BY R. H. STODDARD. Th e'ft rays of the Antnmn ana Pall golilenly on land and wave, T,mcil'r with hnl. light the grftre Thai holds the dust ol Washington. A weird Preeene brooded round, A halo of divines. Hanie ; The aiarrnry of the mighty Name That makes Mount Vernon hallowed grou.d. A stately silent grnup was the-e The nation's Ruler, crowned with year. And kngland's Prince amid his peer, Uncovered in the reverent air I Beneath the old ancestral trees They walked together, wide by Ride, In clin and lialow. clone-allied, Linked In the happy bands ol Peace. Two friendly nation, met In them. Two mighty nation., one of old. Cast in the nam' gigantto mNid, Shooli from the aturuj H.ixon stem. They gathered ronrid hi holy duet, Tbewiernt of tile ninny wis t hat "hiiped onr early destinies, And fought our battles, sternly just. Like hrolhers at hi grave they stood. And gloried In...

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 November 1860

riTJClNNATI DAILY PRESS U ewblished Salt? (Bunoays aoc excepted ) Bf HKNHY It Hi FED As CO., omen vi"-r. op. cnTo-BOD. CINCINNATI DAILY PRKB3 Is delivered to luBHiiBm in umcinnan, ionuKion ana VTonndliif ettlu and town, at the extremely low Brioe of BTEN QtiHtM WE K FATAELB tO THB CABBIES- f areas o sfaiLiau. Single copies,? cents; one ontn. aaio; mree monms. mt i nn Tfr,i ., AMUSEMENTS. 11 I X. K H OPE It A -HOUSE, FRIDAY, N- VKMBKB8. nmiE coisos's BECOSn AND LAST BUT ONE (JIIANB CONCERT, 'On ft scale of magnificence heretofore unfrquuled. The fntlnning ' WORLD-RENOWNED ARTISTES . Tlave boon secured al great exponse.togother with a -" GRAND ORCHESTRA, Complete In every detail. MADAME PAULINE COI-SONi The erlobrsted Prima Donna, and nrinrinal star of the Italian Operas of tew York, riiiladelphia .-aiid Moston " ' miss KKr.t.or.0, The now and youthful American Prima Donna. B10NOR BRtON'OLI, ' 'i The distinguished Tenor. ' " SIONOR FEflRI, The eminent Darltono. SIONOR SVSIII, The (rre...

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 November 1860

TIIK DAILY l'JilS. J ! iihinnAi. "itK ui rwyiTl. . friim .NOV KM UK It dm Bjadiso- V attr. From a pressure of mutter upon our columns we are coinpollecl to omit a variety of reading-mutter pre i arcd fr thto moTninR!! iso..''' " Astronomy. According to rootlem. rutlonnltsm, tho cartli is Spherical, and Jnnan is riUt undor this blefscd country. We do not commit ourpclves to tliis theory at all; for, accord ing to tht highest orthodox authority, the esrth Is flat; and we nre determined flint whutever other failings there may he in tlio Daily Tbsrs, there shall he no flexibility in its orthodoxy. "It pnys,'1 as John. Unit (Mr. Lanagan, and very good Lnn?n, too,) says in the p'ny; "yes, sir, it pajs." It realizes as yon po alonp, and is an excellent thing to fell back cn. As St Paifl MyS, it ' gives a double portion in this life, hnd all the future chances. This quotation is not ver batim, owing to the went of a Bible in this concern, nil of onrs having been sent to the rVttaattomies; b...

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 November 1860

WANTED. WANTH," "FOR SAW," "FOB BRUT,"' WW," "TOOND," " UOAHDINk"' o -Ad-wartiecmenfs coming under these headings, not er CKKilinn five line., Willie inserted twice ririMiu, O I ft li To do goueral housework. v Ari at T I'lnm-at nol-n- MrANTn-T0 THJY-A small howse au.lnt onWalnnt Hills, fr which one -Mrd eih Will be psld. Aldrns W., care of lhl office. no-b VAITF:,-A colohmi Wi.AN-r V Keiieral honeework. Kef.rence required. Ai o Immediately at 4:17 West Kignth-sl. nol-l TXA1VTI'.--mTlk HI'I NN ICR Apply to t. A. V llilLUPS, Cooper Cotton Factory, Tayt"n "V ANTRIM A NHItSE-HI Itli At Vo. ft t mi must None hut (hone well Qualified, end veil recommended need apply. mil VirANTKll -TWOOPKRaT'lRSj T rictnre Gallery, 'ft Wett Klttll-Rt.. from 8 to 10 In the morning. V',l'',i,, -BITIIA1'HiK-Bt n'ne.tlcal En v itineer, in the citv or oonntrv. Cangivetlie -est of city reference. Address T. K.. this office. n..l-h ' V A N T K II -S IT II AT lON-By a y .nn man :t W "lt tlUSllie.S OIIMlinCHtlOll...

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 November 1860

THE DAILY P11ESS. FRIDAY , the New York Saturday Press.] THE WEIRD ASPEN'S SECRET. BY CHARLES D. GARDETTE. A cloud ban, oTr the morning Thlsdreai Autumnal day, And the r bins t tin t nan on the Aipen HfcT shiverd, and flown away. The Aln 1 tacit is lcsflpsfl, Save the tifmt uprnv; hot there, Two last withir d lames re trembling, Thugh there ts not a breath of air, A weird old tree Is (I at Aspen; A Ina-vuifid wizard a ster In wb mi Irmn, quaint unquiet . A secret ot lite is clear. Through the frvpr'd flash of Smrnner. When the atillnosf la zfuiib-dcHp, And wi'hti the lunlrii.g ...reels The winds have nestled to sleep; That Aspen ah.nr Is re t Inns. And treniM", In ffttftil nta(V , . LiVe the aiillty, w hen memory polgnard Pricks the cauk r in their hearts: And, to-day, thou rwn 1 svm, lonely And sere, on it tipmant prnr. Bo m like two su.. tlurtTinit faintly To passfrom their slirunkt-u clay; Twoiontx, that in life's fair Spring-tide i'liiiiheu ncHivht ft R' tiiim zune, To wither th...

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