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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS If published dally IBnnaay. not excepted) by IIENIIV It IG TE Ji Ac CO., r " PROFRISTOBS. ' TIP-VtlC-lT., or. criToa-BOCii. OINUfNNATI DAILY PRESS in dnllrerod M Subscribers in Cincinnati! Covington and unwinding oltiM and towns, at the txtremeb low a rlo of -EVEN CENTS A WEE.K, FAYABU TO TBI CABB1IB. Pairra or Mtt,tw(i.-P!tit eoplea, 3 emiHj fie oiith, 40O thru months, )! i one Tsar, Mil Hit. AMUSEMENTS. I" i ' V: 1 BIKE'S OPEIlA-nODSK. BATUBDAi, N0V1SMBEU3. MOTH. rACI.INH POISON'S rOSITIVBLY LAST GRAND CONCERT! On a tcale of magnincenc heretofore uncinaled. The following WORLD-RENOWNBD ARTISTES Hare been seenred eta greet ex panee,tofothor with a GRAND ORCHESTRA, Complete in erery detail. - MADAME PAULINE COLSON, The celebrated Prima Donna, and principal star of the Italian Operas of New York, Philadelphia and Boston. . MISS KELLOGG, Ihe new and Toutliful American Prima Donna. SIGNOB DRIGNOLI, The distinguished Tonor. SIGNOB FF.IIRI, The eminent Baritone. BI...

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

TJ1E DAILY PKKSS. Vprrna. air, .BoreiaTaae. . vteru-iAL riPEu or the ;ity. 1 HATI KP4 ..... ... NOVKMIJIiU .1 Mount Vernonitics. The Gazttti, which Blushes right and left Into the clergy, in the most Irreverent man ner, pitches Into the minister of the Pres liytprian Synod of Virginia, for singing the tune of God Sort the King, before the tomb of Washington, in a recent visit which they made to Mt. Vernon. They Bung other words to the tune; aggravating the offense, it seems to us. An American national an them, te a British national tune! Musically, it puts us back to a colonial position. Very exasperating to the tpirit of Washington, if it was around) This, however, is not tbo most heinous part to the Gatette. We quote: "The blunder, as we would fi'n belicvo it to be, of the reverend gentlemen, results tri m appropriating foreign national melodies, nnd giving them currency under false names." They have gone and passed false notes on the Father of His Country! This is too bad! And mi...

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

WANTED. WAHTS." "rOH BAT.B." "FOR HINT," it out," "Found," "uoardino," o Ad. I ding lire linen, will be ineertra iwice lor 'J.l oeau. I ding fire line lTANTFD-T' BI T A Knuvll liowie ifcn lot V on Wttlnnt Hl'K f..r wl.tc.i on Milrd ranh piifl. AiMr'- w rr nT thin onion, noj-b f T l'UlLLlPM, Coopftr Cotton Fftoturj, ln-Ttnn t work . .'ntrni-iiv nil V w A GIRT. To do Ken riii hone- I Apply t U7ti kiUix-t.t Ix-twd 1vAtI'1p-"THr'kk TIN N KHfl-At MULTjI- tr KK A KU'NtVN Khtt.iron mm Tf II- Viiro Mfmnftrlitrern , J 1 T Fiftfi-tt., between Kltn iid Plum, Ciucimmtl. no3-b HB7 am i ii-i Ufrmkn I'roiesinni .tiri. who JfF cnn ilu cookdig nnrt jrcm-ini. housework. If ic run bring g n rC"nmm.atioDS will ti tin ft de- IV ANT D-TWO B A 8 T E K 8 To work on t" jni(i nid voVfl Apply at tho eoutb-ennt -ttif r f Kfflh hiid bn.ilh-tt.., second story na n i ci un rn.un. nus-u 1A AN'li n A MTI'ATION-In a rrnnilr or f " it-rn, lii a lndv who hkR , Whoeler A Wilson V whif,-Mjif lifne. Call at l'itt Suiith-...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 3 November 1860

THE, DAILY PllKSS, SATf'RDAT- AOTE"UBKR 3 MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs Generally, there was mora movement in Money yesterdRy than on either of the two preceding days, owing to the preparations for meeting the payments maturing to-day, Inch are unite large for the month of Oc tber. Still there was no closeness in the nmrket; on the contrary, it was quite eay, and the Pisrownt-honses were taking all the Pner they npproved of thrir customers, at lC(n,12 percent. .th pome Bankers the stock of Currency is aucnienting, but generally it if slightly declining, and will be more so as the season advances. Eastern Exchange was still called steady yesterday, at a($X huving, though some houses Were quite full, and not anxious in consequence to buy. Some of the l'ork pHckers were selling Checks on the East to obtain funds on which to operate here. Gold was quiet at H3c. and 40c., and ew Orleans Exchange steady at par and Mrremum' buying and sellina rates. Time Bill and t'neuvrent Mo...

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. — 5 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAIIiV PHE33 pobltahed daily (Sunday not excepted) bf UKNBY II IC IE 13 c CO., rnvfu ",jv' in r, tj: iJ - WiM-t-lT0. 1orrtir.rtT)i.- " V -cmcnKNATI DAILY PRKBS Is deHvereS" ( subecrlbers In Glnclnnntl, Covington end enrronnalnf citlM ml towns, at v the swtreaselj low prtee et - ; fc.T. DtNTS'I ffWttl .;'' i ' ' P M ; "! ' J tltASU TO TBI AB.STa. Pmn) 6 VitnM.-Win(iiia1i,' emtsf one nth, dOo.j three months, 91 ; one row. : all. AMUSEMENTS. BIBLE'S O P K A II O V 8 B , ITALIA OPIBA FOB ONK NIGHT ONLY. 'f GRAND GALA rEBFOBMAriCaj On Manilnr Evening November 5, 1S0O. The nuKdurn- takes Yloiir (h ennonnolna tnat he has concluded an pnBMemfnt, fur one night, to perioral ITALIAN Ol'BUA, with " ' MMB. PArLITHB COLSON, And her ditlngnlihed company of Artistes, on -wiucn occamnn win ne prosemeQ AroniEom s cele brated Comic Opera of i .: i.'M.'' 'i ..- tl PASQTAITS,, , With the fojlowlnft unprecedented; eaatt, , -, MMB. COL80N AS NORINA, A yettnf "Widow of ft lively and Impetnonj eh...

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 November 1860

THIS DAILY PRESS.- M H; RJJL AD CO, . . Ha..,..,. H1 orriciAL i-Ai'hU or th city. MODA .. . NOVKMB8K How to Save the Union tt'tterlj false and iham as the present panici in ti c South is, 1ii its origin and motives, (ante it evidence wbioh can hardly be dis pattd, that It has rtn'cted upon the South, and haa produced there, to a considerable extent, many of the evils with which they threatened the North, or which they lirau lated or prophesied at home, to alarm their own people, or to make a show of excite ment to bully the North. Bankers and cap italists in the f outh have bee alarmed by the continual threats of politicians to pre cipitate a colluioo. . They are curtailing and calling ia their loans, which causes peculiar hardship at this time, when go great financial facilities are needed to move the cotton crop. Jn Georgia and Virginia the1 papers' state that the price of negroes has greatly de clined, and holders who are forced to sell by other embarrassments, do so at a sacrifi...

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 November 1860

WANTED. f wt . affl r "'OH SAL"." M BUNT," TIND,"; "UiM)INU," Ac Ad- t I.I1HT ."n'lTfTl smrtlsatnenta enmlng nnder these headings, not eg. ooevln ft line. IU ba inserted twit for ! eeirts UVANTFIH A GIRL For ieral hsawwork, at IT 1 Sycamore-et. nofi-b VIST AND COAT MAK- T KHA -At 3Mf We.i Klghth-at. non-p- ItrAMKn A GlKb To do hniHHotk to VV small I Mil If Awr-lrat 3 1 b roadway. T n -h ' MUBSIC-GIBL One V about litteen yeaie of? ae onlv need Y 1 IL T L' r A SMALL I v.a,s n ippiy at f-0 Barr-st , between Glitter and Ltun, no5-l VaTANTEn-For every business, 8how Cards and Higu. at VAlliAn o, pouiA-wesi c ii iiH) of Oenhrel-a-r.eeil Sixth. nol.M "wrANTKIr-A GIIIL To do yen Till house work, apoiv "I n B'iiu-bi, Central -a r. and Joha-st between Ho4-b IVANTEB-A BoY-Ofgood habits, who will V aunke nltnvli usoltis can secure a noma or enlllog on Dr. SIUBM, 40 West Fourth-st., tip atatrs. ,. , , , , , , :. noVb- VtrTNTEnTO LKT-T a ladv and gontle- v ' nrnn. or two gentlemen, a furnished or...

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 November 1860

1 in. THE ?I)AItY' FllESS. NOTKlWBKltTk BIOISPaV- AN INDIAN SUMMER PICTURE. IThff. verw., lille we are enjoying oar crimson end (olden sunsets aud .pl.did glories, of the aboriginal season, aro anpropriat. and pleasant withal:) , -i . At the open window t sit and ee. The gorgeous clouds tli At are pausing' by, And ! eft south air Is bringing to ma Perfume as swept as in June buds lis; . T.ven the leea are bumming to day, , Ami I catch the sound of children at play. . Did t not see the changinglcavo. Urtllmtir in coloring Me say. And the reapers. binding their golden sheaves, 1 sh old pay the summer had notg.ine by. It poems that as if Nature had passed to think, Before it should reach October a brink. t But with every breath of the scented ftre.se ' There is rustling down a withered leaf, And 1 hear the sighiig among the trees 1 hat is like the prelude to a grief And though the suu ahines with a splendor like June, ..... By tbla I should know Hit a fall afternoon. At the open window...

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 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii pnbttshad flalij tBunnsrs not stormed) br HKNIIY RMTCD Sc CO., - ri -3 1 - t JMWH'TOM..., , , . . ovriTiBT.( irrr, cm-mn-mfml,' -' OTNUTSS ATI DAILY PRESS Is deHreri'a n inbexlribsra In Cincinnati, OoTlnfttoa and ' ' Surrounding cHIi and towns, at the extremely low arloa-of - seVbn cunts a wilHii ) t ' 1 J " raTaiii to f hi giMini Firm 01 Mtliwu. Mingle oosli, 4 fne onth, 4O0.5 tlires months, 81 ; one year, BO. AMUSEMENTS. 111KK'. - l'rprletor; O. T. Bmitu, btage Manager ( i. I'. HKaaaBT, Treasurer. THIS EVKNINO, November (1, and CYery other eTfnirff until further notire, will be performed tho lalis haVls, nonsensical and musical fairy extrava-sranr-a, In two arts, entitled ITOKTUSIO AND 1118 BKVKM OIFTKD SBBT- ' A NTS. Hvrtlno and FoHnnlo, Miss Snsan Tlenln; Km- perr.r Metsna, Ur. 0. Bale) King Alfoasito, Mr. U. D Chaplin-. Rpvrn Girted RerTants enesard expressly for this o caslon, from the Council of Ten, the remaining Wood " not oome. Fas de Deux ..........

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 November 1860

THE i DAILYjgiESS. ntroaa reormiwo. official vap or the HTf. 1MHIA N IVKMBEB Uriah-Heep Politics. "Twelve Republican States at tht Nortk 1 P.t.nnl I.ihrtv' bill. BUlli- t 1 P.nnnl T.ihertv' blllH. An il' ljinfrthe provision of the Constitution of tie United States In reference to the rendi tion of fugitive stores, and the law of Con gress passed to curry it out." Enquirer. This is the stuff the Democratic organs publish on the ere of a Presidential election, tn .(TtrraTnte sectional excitement, and to justify and invite violence on the part of the South. Mr. Yancey made the same charpe, in his speech at Pike's Opera-house, and in quired if ho irni not correct in including Ohio, vtnen some flunkey on the stage said she had done it, but the nullifying acts had been repealed. It is enough to make a man pickup his traps and move into a slave State, to see miserable flunkies tolerated In a public meeting, who will get up and bear false witness against their own State, and indorse an igno...

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 November 1860

WANTED. :! B ii u I i: it IS mml fconw-wnrk,' WI7I Hyoamore-st. WJtNTKD-TRI VIST AND COAT MAK-KB8-At 29 Wt E'pnthnt. nob. WATH)- (Ktinthin, by a yonng girl, w at Ittl I'earl-at .between Tl ao end Mm. w seamstress in aimer cur or country. ir.uiitr. ri.-n' V ANT ED-HuHSB-Oontalalng i or seven v v rtx-ms, with gaa, centrally lneated and la repair. Address SAMI'SHIN, Frees Office. noA-h V ATK1)-A nood tnietwortny nnn lrl may V V find adeairal'le BlluaLiun at aOH Nlnth-st.. IwlffHW Jona .on Mound. noe-e A GIItL To do housework In v email latnlhr " AopW at 319 un'MWiji A STP.D-A SMALL N VRftK-GIHL One about lltteen ea 01 age ...i t appiy f-0 Barr-,t , between out nd Unn, no.vi, WANTBD-AN EXP Kill KMC CIHIi-One who can come well n KD NPKSK rr ontnniend 1. rnlv to L. II. WAiSVAi Iwia-ifMlcorm'rwi r.in id Thild-els. . nofi-l.' rANTEO-A (lrtnn, Scotch a American til-1, for f eneral homework, In a small fani-Ar-plr on Ihlrd-st.. Covington, third door 1st of Onrreit. noS ii" r AHiTFW-BOABDKHH-T...

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 November 1860

srUKBDAl'- ...WOVBttBER I [From All the-Year-Round.] THE ILLUSIONS OF CHILDHOOD. Olsd . .kai-hlldren when their glowing " i -I v i.iprfl oni. I ....lit lis. 111 " w. . For the T rfm'mWr yetttte A Mo we told them ised the hearth, of frtl; W .'hi-' C.?"LU " L.i In th. Tfr.th.r7 SOOW. DCIMW1"!'"'"'" Quick dancing But t row th. young end t''rr-wf. TbeVleer blue chambers of ,e suuny air. rnr ihm the gats ei n1Bn' "'".""f i" ? JT.T,l.o ringing bugle of the bee, aK Is a golden chalice, W4n-nned, in Kin fraud elnn revelry. ... ii.ii. imi from irrasitv nook are peering; kerb dewy l"f ri( S la magic lore: , And ialry -freighted to umo happier shore. Rter theorists, with wisdom overreacti 5? The aim of W"ni In y And vritna I HV"i" r. kairi. into the eld: 1 iub;""b ii -i !. . li,ful atreaa of oilloii" tMching, That withere t What' l the gain if all the flower were pernnea, T hii t5ioT..IiI- former .horn and bare. The mirror shattered that their young uu.ucner- Shovinf the face t f things tery f...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 November 1860

asrwws an usu y j as, mmwy en CINCINNATI DAILY PHES3 Is pnbUshed del"; tounaars not excepted) by , Omfl YTH-T., OFF. CUSTOM HOTTS... lUnHfATI DAILY. PRK88 Is delivered to lubeorlbert In Cincinnati, OovlnfUi. and Tronndlnf cities and tpvna, at . . (h extranet few arlca of " " SBT CENT A W11K, rat able fo fl'i OAaanav m Tnfut or Mstntio. Pfnjrla copies, 9 eenfi: on. enlli, 4erl till mnnths, HI ; ona year, tt.'l 5(1. AMUSEMENTS. IllKlt'A OPKR4-HM'R.-J. !S. PIKK, Proprietor; V. T. Bmith, Blag. Maeayeri W. Btwui! Treasurer. . , THIS SVflNTNfJ, November T, and every other evening until further notice, will ha performed tha lauRliai'lt, nonxpiiMiral and musical fairy extrava (ialir.a. Ml t.l a. -t-, entitled FOKTtMO AND 1118 SEVEN GIFTCD 8BBV- , .ANTS. . , . Bfyrtlno and Forinnlo,' Miss1 Ptisan lenln ; Km pen r M-tnpa, Mr. J. Hale: King Allousito, Mr. it. D Chaplin. . i s . Seven Girtrd Servants ananKed exprostdy for this occasion, from the Council of Tent ilia remaining Wooi " nut ounie. ...

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. — 7 November 1860

THE DAILY J'KESS. HKN I"V KKK1 c 00. bvttou aa-a raornfwrwne. orriuiAh urn or th out. WFDNItHDA .. . NOVEMBER 7 The Election. An election for President took pUct tbrooehont the United States yeslerdny, ac cording o, pretioni unonncement. A re port of It, so far u received, will be found la onr telegraphic department. The returns indicate the election of Mr. Lincoln. Ex tensive notice has been given of various ulterior consequence of this event. These will probably bein to-day. It is ex pected that Got. Wise will commit hari-kari at once, and die like a Japanned Roman. Mr. Keitt will perform his promised feat of rending the Union from turret to foundation atone, burying himself ia the ruins, like an other Sampson Agonistes. Mr. Yancey will save his treason for domestic use, and "make the most of it." The inability of Mr. Breck inridge to decide In his own mind whether the election of Lincoln is a cause for seces sion, will disable him from taking any act ive part. Mr. Bell will toll ...

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. — 7 November 1860

WANTED. i I" WAMT8," "to BALM," - Mil ' RKNt." '"iLOHT," rVVHD." "BOAIIDINO," Ac -Ad. . rtisementa onmina nadar these headings, not ex- j ndinflv Unas, villi iiuarUd twin rri$snnM, IV ANTED An experienced German P ter.- ' JrT Apply at ths Henrie Boas, Third-it. ' iVNTFI-MTtIATinN8-for two horn. ten vr v aad ta.ivti year old. nquiro t lO Biur-M. Country preferred. 1 ttVANTED-A 8IT0ATION -Pr ft fonn wo f f mm, to loam to run Wbtwler WIIon W fcVAWTED-A CATHOlto BiT At No. ana ';tt West 'J'hfrd M , to tun errftoda ana m ike g mrANTEO-Twfinty.flTe flrat-la CloOt-malr. era, immediately, at iK'K L fa; WIS ft CD. '8, fllTANTED-A FPKNIBHRD ROOM-Without . ; iu.ri in ineweflwra par oi me ciiy. Aa- Jrwllnx USA, F.toffloe. no7- b llTANTRD-A OOOD DINlNO-ltOOM OTttL. , J ?T ISnue Imt .hope who are competent oped ap 4pi? mi p iiiiru-h , eeai ui uroeawar. dot-d" nnn clrl. ai fn cither city or conn'rr. lnnulre Jftt i'ar.. , between Macnni Mm. n-e-t T AN'TKU TH H)8K-ionUlninff eix or aeren , roima, wi...

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. — 7 November 1860

THE DAILY PJtESa WElNFnT ...NOVR.tlBRR T MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs The IntprPft felt in tlie election yestordiry had tfye afTrct of rendering finnnclal to .lien decirifiiiy dull, and few tramactions of any tonaequeoce occurred la Third-street. Money was ia moderate demand and the market gy at J012 per cent, for first-class Paper. The Discount-houses had fewer offuring9 of Taper than they had bad on any pierious day for serernl weeks. There was no variation In the 'rate of Ex change, but there was less doing, and none of the dealers paid over i to outsiders on any point. There were sales hy ?ome of the Bankers considerably below the market price X premium. Gold was in brisk retail demand, and deal ers charped i prem. across the counter, giving K(?3c. readily. In New Orleans Exchanpe, Time-bills and TJncurrent Mo'iey there was no alteration, With little doinp in any one of these articles. An excellent counterfeit, five-dollar note on tber Western Hank of Philadelphia,...

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 November 1860

XT CINCI WSCATI DAILY FAEii la .nl.1l.,.! .1.11. IHlindAV. tint nzcnted 1 lV -- "- II IS I'llUI'lil rVI UKS. CINCINNATI DAtliYVIlltSS la dlirr.t to tiibacnbeis in Olncitienti, Uovluittoa '4 aurroiiadhiff oitida nod towos, at a, the extremely low price of ( SBflKfENTS WEEK, fiVABl t0 Ml C Mull SB. c t: I Pnirr.s i-.r MiMM8. HlTKrl" fopl, d) cents i"ie oiitli, 41)0.; tln-ee months, i1 ; "no vear, s tin. AMUSEMENTS. s.li. I'M llll:H 4.IIII K.-M. N. JL 1'ruprlrtr; J. T. tiailTU, SUlijo Stcnajt-ri' i". BkBBKRT, Tppafurer. ( ' 1 i J i I THIS EVEN ISO. November 8. and iTprr other Tc,iii,e uiilil further nnfl-o, will ho p"j tiffined the lauelial le, iiniiM-iimrnJ and nnmL-l titiry extruvn ffniin. in ti Bet, entitled FOliTCMOAND UI8 8BVIS GIFTED BRUV ANTS. . Mvrtlno and Furtnnlo, MIm Susan Penln; Km pep r M'ltnpa, Mr. C. Halo; King Alfonslto, Mr. O. D Lbaplin. Sewn Oiltrd Servant" engaired exprewlf fur thil orcnuii n. In ni tl.e Council ot Ton, the reuitlulng ' Wood " nut couie. Faa de Deyii...

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 November 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. Ai.jn s,.M.J . B0Bia0S. UrKiOlAL I'il KH or THB 1)1 TV. ...MlfKMnilR 8 Cincinnati Weekly Press. Our weekly edition il published this sanm Jn(r, nd I for Mia t the conntinfr-room at thre cent! single. Persons not within con renient rench of the daily, wilt find the, Wuklt Pbrm the best substitute, Jind a complete newt and literary journal for the family. Subscription price $1 a year. Italy—Its Fitness for Self-government. The New York World, in an article en titled " Peculiarities of the Italian Charac ter Its Urfitncss for Liberty," ventures tho declaration that "the Italian of to-day, and efrtially the inhabitantof tliesoutliern por tion of the Peninsula, is totally unfit for self government." Jf by self-government is meant ths ability on the part of the people in question to organise and carry on the in stitutions of a confederated republic, the World li beyond question correct; and its conductors are entitled to some cretlit for their boldness in enunciating, as ...

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 November 1860

WANTED. WANTS." "FOB BAI,," " FOB HUNT," "BOARTtlNO." Ao Ad. IMmntl AntnlllV ntlAttr th haullnn nn. ... ' in II to Ha, will ba Inserted twin for 'Jj.1 nnH, : V A N T K Is-fl I K I .-1 m mod lately, at in Bot rs. i 1 ji' y? g' "r housework, nose i -TAPiTlen Two yonng ladle want hoarding ' i In prlvat family. Address A. M , Post. ! IT ANTFD TWO ClOno GIRL H-To basu I - -Pai'tali.ons fora sealng-machln.- Apply at I j 1 Rlchmond-st , near Cutter, no" h I y api'i su-n npjntnrni (herman I'orior. Apply at 111 Henri" Mouse, Thlld-st. ino7-b'i l 'ATF.D-81TVATIO',8 f V and te.ilve year, old. inli-c at Iff. Bnrr.l. - For two bovs, tea Country preferred. n-7d VANTKD-A BITI1A I num. t learn tn run 1 wlng-o arhine. ON By a yonng wo 11 Wheeler A Wilson Address J. M , thin ofllra. no7-lr FAINTED-A CATHOLIC BOY-At No. 4:1:1 r v Wiiit Tlilrd ft, to run errands mid m iko no7-b . mself generally ueirful ATFD-Twcniy-nve nrst.cla.sCloek.mik. 1'v era. Immeelintclv, at 'wKOa I.KWI3 A CO. 8 J i Wist F"nrlh-...

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 November 1860

m mMKa i. p-uan. 'i-ir-i i nil Til K DAILY Till H'flU ....N(VKMBlK 8 [From the New York Saturday Press.] FAREWELL TO THE AUTUMN. BY GEORGE ARNOLD. 0,c'r.flett f cnnon i f the chattplng car, Th' ftcli Hi In it'lil ileys hio in I, Our l.eiit. v. . 1 1 ) iiT hi Id thy memory dear r. 1 ir.ru memories Inst : Olnely "'I' vent nrw thy pjia'nnt rl-w 'I lin ueh nmlVr dnys l'i ir li'e liy.ln.mel, A"-' now vi''ffli in vri.i-i.evssad m (1 slow, "J-'wi veil, i.tietiell '" 7T.re.neri the ''" 1 "f forest n ok Fall lnro fli.i1.-iiii.l-.bii ., And i-r ll"' .-In in in' i ii o riiolei, c f tlie hro ik hi inn-the eU turn i-vi,., : Tin1 lam.' I'muorf 'ninth lr..m the fir-ofl'sea To Hi gel- in tlie lo-ify ii.h.nd dell. A I'd MiVt i-t'4 e V- lircauiy monody, ail-well, farewe 1 ! TVe wither-.1 mni'l.i L'nrs, white and brown, Cleani io flie Antimin air, VTcre -li.n ne c'ftr- i'f ilery cett'in-tluwu Go Millit'P li.-te ninl tlu-iv : 10. rdel.ee ell-ui on thetsilit.fi; Vnrlh, i 11' r ll. rn-t ha, tell the loin...

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