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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS la rnbllshad oaur (Dnuan notaawpted) by HENBY TtTCTCO Ac CO., t ' - -i orTroavnia-M., aw. crcrrow-ainaa, I - WFCTNHATI DAltTFftl!" tflTfrl to subscribers In Cincinnati, Uovingtoa and I urronndlna cltlas and towns, a t , ) ! 'l tbetatrateU loWkrlceif, a' 8BYBN CENTS A WEEK, t ravabla- m Aan. ) Pirra of M mm. Single eoles, conts: on AMUSEMENTS. iiHK'H onmA iiOLXK.-s. n. pint. ML I'ropr nrletor: 0. T. bum. Uutn Manjmsr: i. BitxiiT, Inuumt. . THIS EVENING, FowmM , tha partbrmance 1H conilncnce with tho areat tragmlr of i JON, TITE FoTJNPLINQ. ' ' Ion, MIm Rnaan Denlir; AitraMn. Mr. Tavlor: Mo- cV-n,.Mr. LainiHAn; G'telphon, Mr. SherMan riiocion, Mr Mortimer; Irna, Mlsa Flattie War- Tin; tMemanlue, Miss lckrci Alra. Miss M. BariVlin. Fas da Paint ...Br the Gale Sisters. To conclude with the farce of HUNTING A TUBTLB. Hon. L. J-evlvw, Mr. Cbaplin: Mr. Tnrtla, Mr. Hants; Tlmnthr HandeliuU, Mr. C. Bale; Mrs. Turtle, Miss. Flunkett. ' . ' , Mr. and Mrs. BARNKY WILLIAMS...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 November 1860

TinUWLY PRESS. HKMV . I I'.IJ1 At JO.. gmTon AMD FaO.aiNTona. OfS'lOIA L I' PICK OF THE CUT. rHfnv. ZT.ivovK.'WBRit A Heretical Article. ' This is not much of jrovernment. We mrnn tho contmnnce rallod the Constitu tion. No one need talk to ns About the wisdom of the fathers of the Constitution, and ceuf Proidonce of hnrlng a hnnd iii It. If the aforesaid fathers were any wUcr than people are now, the breed is running out, which we do not believe. If any body believes that he has degenerated, he is en titled to his opinion; only he should stop propagating a breed that is running out. And if Providence had a hand in it, the work would have been better done. That is ortho dox enough for tho moat rigid. Tho Constitution was a failure from the start in the most prominent item, the elec tion of President; the fcatnre on which a double portion of the aforesaid wisdom was expended. It soon required amendment, but now it is nothing but trap. Nothing so Vtopian was ever imagined by the most f...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 November 1860

WANTED. "WAKTB," "FOR BAI.IO" "VO ftKNT," lout," ''rorni," boArpino." do -Ad- rertiaomenta onmlns under thf-aa heading, not : (mriln Svollaea, "HI balna.rted twtnafor J"H. ArtTtD-fllltli-Imniediatoly, at IK Batta- at , ayood M fi.rfe inmwofk. notb V ANTED TO TRADB-Good Donrlion V, h. T kf f r Fnenltnre. Arply to O SO. 8H' t WELL A CO., JT5 Thlrd-at. " h work IfANTkll- O I R I, To do norm! houaa- -lentrnl-av and Job aiiif at are Kightii-t., between. Doa-ll IVANTKII-T'D young laillea want bnanlinaj y iu private- i.vuiiiy . Addreaa A. onice. 11.. no8-l , vWf AMTvn two ooon o I n ls-To tnte V pantaloons for a eint-iuuchlne. Annlrat iai Ttchnion-at i near witter, turn n ' ANTF.H-CITl'A I I0N8 Inquire at Mt Harr-at. m-mr V and twelve yeara old. Country preferred For two' hrrrn, ton re ferret n.i7-'t 7 ArTRO Ttn-nljr-Rvntlt'iit-rl'i"" Olo-i rn. lminidiatlr. at KKD. 1.KW1.H A U'l.'H, fl'J WpbI Poiirlh-at., oiipoulf the P. l. Ho7-c 1VANTKD-A COOP COUK-Sone hut llione WW aim tli.trnnahlv nn '...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 9 November 1860

THE DAILY PKESS. VRIDAT- ..NOTEltREH t A DELICIOUS LOVE-SONG. . , This delicious love-song by Shelley, thong I, knew ' to kit road of the gifted btrd, Is so passionately nin.lcal that It will veil bear rrpullicain; I arise from dreams or thee if i t. In the ret sweet sleep of night, , , V'hen the winds are breathing low, ' ' And the stars a e shining bright: i i aris frum divnmt of thee, And ft spirit In my feet . , . , Hm led me -who knows how To thy chamber window sweet I The wandering airs they faint ' ' ' On the dark, f hi-silent stream , The rhamniiR odors full Likeswrat iliimghth-iu a dl-enm; The nightingale i coiuplaiut. It dies noi'n her heart, A 1 mutt on thine. Beloved a thoa art I 0 lift me from the grass f 1 die, I faint, I fain Let thy lore in kisses rain On my llpe and evelid palo, My cheek It eold and white, alat! Ply heart licata loud and fast; Oh ! press it close to thine agatnt Where It will breelt at list. A New French Work—The Moral History of Men. The moral hist...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 November 1860

CINCINNATI jDAILY PHES3 ' U published dally WiHiri aot excepted) bp . . eniiy io ic it, do.?! PROPRIETORS. me-vr-a-r.1 orp.'cTflrrt.F(ttv a CIHC1HHATI DAILY PBE88 ! dellnrrad to ' onbsoribsrs in Clndlaoatl, Covington ana f ( ' ewvroundlng cltlM and town,et, f i ' - ? th extremely low f rlos of 8KTEN ClMfg A WBBK fatasls to m cabbie. Pm-M or M n.nra. Rln1 oola, 9 ah t; on onth, 40o. three months, ll s one roar, S:l 00. AMUSEMENTS. PIKE'S OFEKA-HOrSE.-H. N. PIKE, Proprietor j O. T. Hautu, Btag Manager; J. 1". Hkbbebt, Treasurer. , THIS F.VEHIMV November 9, the performance will commence with the groat play of BK'HEHF.Ui . Ok, Till COKBpruoT. Cardinal Blrhrllen, Mr. Taylor ; Chevalier Tie if an- frat, Mr. Mortimer; Barartns, Mr. Bherldan; .mis Xltf, Mr. Harris; Sienr Da flerlnghnn, Mr. IIbIo: Joseph, Mr. Lanagan; Francois, Miss Lsclerc; .tulip lie Mortemar, Atlas Susan DDin; llanen, Miss 11. Badclllto. Pat 4 Dmi.H. "AM (.Br th Gala Bisters. Tooonclude with the burlesque of ' ' .f. TUB L...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 November 1860

Til K DAI LY PKESS. H "V M K tS U dir. CO., mrroxs two paofataran. jj - .' '.' (IFP1C.AL l-APKK (IF THE CITY. Tt nrY. .NOVRTinKR 10 Our Constitutional Trap for the Presidential Election. In an article yesterday, on the dangers of ft residential election in the House, t meat.! to fy that the first election of resi dent In the House convulsed the country, ad caused threats of arming the people and taking possession of the Capital. It wai during the contest which resulted in the election of Jefferson. This was under the original provision of the Constitntion. The electors voted without distinction between President and Vice-President. The person receiring the highest number would have teen President, and the one having the next highest, Vice-President. Jefferson and Burr had each seventy-three votes. Mr. Adams bad sixty-five, Pinckney Bixty-four and Jay one. We may here note, as another of the beau ties of the system, that although the elect ors, the most direct representatives of the ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 November 1860

WANTED. "vTANIS." "FOR HAl.tOi" ' "joi M,rr," ''found," 'roArthno, verlleemenre onasiug eeaitng ve llliM, will nrvriea tleee 1 be inserted twit AANT."a1 Ac Ad. headings, not a. WANTED A good Con, Washer aajwTronef, None l.nt good.staaily strl need apply at J38 tsm-at,, corner of MrFarland. - nol- . TANTKI-At Ka.il Rixth-st., fllno V - F . Ohio. to gouil h op 1""'" ' la I. A. BHArlSOK. . iNTKl-TO TBADK-flond Bourli kv VKI.L A ., 175 Thinl-at.- for Furniture. - n Whi Apply talHO. SltoT- otK. Arpir at i7 J"1'1 R T. To do tenml hoe.a- n-Bi., between no-b- 1VAKTH)- 0 TV wotk. Apply Central-sr. and John . Q1TI! A TtnNS. H mnd t.volre years old. Country preferred Inquire Mini !'"" tor two boys, ten no7-il V t P c tures lit from II to cciiis to 91 m m ui. act o yiotnre Oall.rv. Ui West Firm-st, warranted to suit Every Plrnva ni-o WA1VTKU 10 TRADK-A first-olaaa Snwinil umrhine for a ithmI Wnrk-lioraa or Fiuit troca Aridnaa SEWlNd-MAOHlNai, at the.'Uk-a of the Pally I're . for rne wenk. "'"- ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 10 November 1860

!l I) 'o da THE DAlLllim MM.NOTBMBCR 1 A WORD-PAINTED PICTURE. fThlfl graphic and beautiful poem, by Thorn Pnchanan Reed, on Autumn and Winter, hw all tba accurate expression of a fln landscape, and prora tha eloee oonnrctloa bet worn tha sister arta of Palntiog and Poesy.ED. PrksiJ: ., tiom thotj, my friend the oool autumnal eree A bent the hearth bare flrann their magic ring; Thi-re, while bin miib of rence tba cricket weaves, tThe eimmeiing hiikory sing. Th winds unkenneled round tha casements whine, 7 lie shofterfd houud n.nke aniiwe in his dream, And in the hay-sort, hmk, the cock at nine Crus Ironi tha ilubtjr baain. The If-slW" broncho criaf tbe roof all nfjrht. Aid thn-nub tha home tha troublsd noi. go. While, like n ghoetly pkmum, thin and while, Ibe ftutt fotetelis the snow. The lrmffled owl within the swaying elm Thrills atl the air with w'f ne as he swing, ill Mrrw to fun-ed her shadowy realm 1 Alot all outward things. foa then, my friend, aod this' shall aeem no more ' ...

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 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PltESS Ii published daily (Bonaars tot excepted) hf I UENItY II K IC 13 &s OO., PBOPBIETOBH. orvic-TJ-fT., opr. ctTo-norrB. CINCINNATI PAILTTRKS3 In delivered: to eulecrtb.-rs in Cincinnati, Covington and f oArdbneiip sltles and towns, at ; f y'i (' , , the avreraet low trice of c SBVKN CKNTfl A WEEK, ritinu to thi cinnixn. Pim or tlAitncn. Hmale octI", it cents; one onto, 40vs three months, 81 i one nr, w:I tMH! AMUSEMENTS. 1 niHE'S OPl:U -ll(U!KF. -H. N. P1KP, A Proprietor; O. T. Burnt, Ewe laouOTi.-J. V. lUnexar, Tt oaf arm. , Flirt rtijlit of the eminent Artists, Mr. end Mrs. WIL1.1AS1S. MOHDAT KVKNiya, November 1J, i BORS TO GOOD LUCK, i ' ' Tofldy 0'Hafforty, with the songs of " Flaming O'l'lanlgsn " and ' Lllcn Astiro," Mr. Williams. To bo follswed by the Prrtsan Farce of IN AND OCT OF PLACB. : : Xc'ty, O'Bonrke, Mad'lle Adelaide, llndamo . HellitTinl. Mynhcor Von Uoutscnbortor, Jutuiuio, Mrs. Williams. ... ... Pas da Donx... ...Br tho Gale Bistort. 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. — 12 November 1860

mil i.i ATT V 1,I?T?ICI J JLlVl VALfl J iVJOO. I . A-a.Ai.X AAJ etc. . retro.. w rao-ais-rom. otfu'iAi. i ai kk (iy tiik :rr. JHONDAT- ..NOTKMBRR 19 The Lincoln Era. Hitherto it Lm all been plain sailing to Ihe Bf pnblican party. Some carefully-trimmed jlitltrlBg' generalities about freedom, an swered for capital; and tbe blunders, ma lignity, and general unpopularity of the Administration, supplied ammunition. The course of tbe Opposition is usually easy; and it ought to be especially so against Mr. Bu chanan's Administration, since his own party finds it necessary to denounce him. But now the Republican pnrty has to pass the trying ordeal of success; and the history of formcranti-Democratic Administrations does not furnish any great encouragement. The first and greatest difficulty which a Repub lican Administration will encounter will be to satisfy its own party. It is very well . to talk about conciliation and a conservative coarse, but no course will secure a Repub lican Adminis...

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 November 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOR LOST," MOTjNP, BALK," "FOB RENT.' ao-aa. Tortlsoment coming nnflar th rifwullng. not et eedlng Bv HnM, will be Inserted twla for cent. A OIRL aocmtomed to cooking. Doll D- 1IT INTEII WW A.'ply ' No. 1 1 Wot learl-t. M ' ANTED A 000PC0OK-Atl Fifih-it. Also ft boy who can make himself o.lul in lie house. noU-b a7 ANTBI-A WOMAN-To wash and iron, WW at the An-trnltiin Hons, 273 Walnnsj , etwen Bixlh and Seventh, nolj-b A XURSKOIKL AtSlO Bltn-st. lerlcan, none otuer ueeuappiy. (noll-b'J w. m t iTVlt IT Uorman or American, none other need MT A N T K I- A German IJ I i rll to do . work. Inquire at 13 Wot Itoom No. 7 V eneral house, uurtu. -etri-nt, nou-n- -RTTII ATJONS-For ten tiny, ten ycare old. Country preferred. Inqirro at JIO Barr-st. non-u- -wt- t VTKll-A arnn1 'o.,k-. Wnnher and Ironr-r. WW None but a good, str-tirty girl need apply at J35 Elm-nt., cornr r of Mr V7 A NT It l At 7 Ohio, two good Ini.lO df East 8ixth-st belpor In , Cincinnati, b nck.milh- J. A. S...

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 November 1860

THIS DAJLXliyi! .......NOTKtBRR'T 1MONDA.T.. A REPUBLICAN POEM. BY EDNA DEAN PROCTOR. (Last week' "New York Mp'lmt (ton tain a (Win entitled th atlon'a Blrth-asy," which cory, not ft political character, bat fur its if-' fistic nwlt.-ltD, rKM. Give God the sloryl nreath divine has stirred the Human tide, . . i jtrrm wind" stir ths sleeping waves along At lantic's Idc; Aud lot- the nation's heaving heart hu surged an 1 wtl.Kl t drown The trnltor.trsnta leagued to crush, the poor and helpless di-tvr-! Tho wateis coyer them to-day, serene and deep and still 8oil-b every cursed thing that work tho peoplo a . e The rosy morn li ahlnlog bright aorojs tho virgin UM. Ae landward proudly drifts the bark that hoars the tlet oee. ... , ... What splendors piny upon hie brow! what tears are In 4'is etes . , Tohf ar the fall nf crystal streams and eoe the wood lands rifef To feel the (V" h wind fan hie oleok, and know that rnontlna: smiles A bote Hie dream of weary years the sacred Sunset Jsli-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. — 13 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS, Ia pan Hebe dally (snnaars Botoospted) br IIENBY IlEKU So CO., X,-,,J"0PBJtob8. ITM'-i - - "ft-i-? a TlAa T1-T., ' T. CorroB-BoOTB, J tj CLNUINKATI DAILY PRESS to delivered to sukettribere Id Cincinnati, Covington and . ' surnrandlng cltlM ud taws, at the extrsmelr low arioe of 8ITBS OtSNTS A Jtk, j ' mm n D lit run.-tingle enplee, 9 centa: en J onth, 4O0.1 three monthi, 81 ; on year, n;i an. AMUSEMENTS. V ! 1 i) I". PIKF'H OPERA-IIOIT9E.-8. N. PI lilt, Proprietor ; (J. T. Bmitu, Stage llauago f J, X. Bmm itftxgrar. .., r.;j , Trlnmphant snecess of the eminent Artiste, 5 -Mr. and Mrt. BASNET WILLIAMS, Ihe great original! of the Irian Boy and Tanks Girl. ' TTK81aV IVRrTING, Hornnilirll.'win ' vented a domestic drama In three aota 4b aeau hr laid in Ireland In S48-called CNObB fAT'B CABIX I ' ' I ,. Ok, Toaits r Dioa axd Low Lirn. 2fln'Mf. Barnnr Williams; Widow Casey, Jrlrl. Mrnj Wllltame. " Fas de Dea. ....... ,..-.. ...Br the Gale Sister. To conclude with th...

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 November 1860

Tim DAIf-.Y-t'ljKSa k v.JW M l K t"1,. 1 At. ., WiHol" two mrimiTou, Or'FlOliiti OF Til Qltt. TIES-DAT .NAVXHRIR IS For Peaceable Secession. It !U. hntdly be denied In this latitude thnt if b'outb CttroliB, or any; or 11 of Ahe f3onlbcrB Slatra, run secede at U,Ahey can do it penWably. Her talk about CftTllng ont hef terrible Tolwriteeri ti9 Coming the ' Union," la" merely the vaporing 6Ta Tittle Slnte a thousand miles away from what she calls the enemy, and while she really de pends for her security on the frontier slave States, which are not doing any of this blood-ifauthtiraVr'tXislneesV Holwd wants to Invade South 'Carolina, In any event, to coerce her. Even if such a thing should ever be farortcd to, , it would not be neces sary (o touch her shores; and thearpiy which she talks of calling out to protect her self, would eat her out of substance, before the Federal Government began to think about force. South Carolina is in no rendition for war. If, as she pretends, a Presidentia...

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 November 1860

WANTED. t f t I H. '.1r l HIST, wertlaem Deeding! HA1.K," "FOB RUNT." Ave -A 1- ve lines, will be Inserted twice for '2.1 cent.' ertlaements coming tinaVr toes. healiriR,-net et- WANTF.D A GIHU Togo homework Al Wo, 142 lilark-street, between Gutter and Lion, nolj-u'l WANTFI-'XAT MAKRKU-Ftve or el ..Maitnaat 176 Tine-st. hut No, 1 :hands need apply nol3-tj K AJ MnAKIH.K. iMNTKI-TWO OR TlliBF. Qliy.S-for T V Jin antlf-maklng. Artilr tit Mvt "WKI,I 040 Seventli-st., near Freeman nf.ATK- nol3b ANTED-A HITUATIOS-Tonin a station. no!3-b TT err enaiae. or on a steamboat. BmI of cU tcfirence given. Address 4.1'. tlil ol"r UrANTKD ?I central part of the oity, 4lt thlD offtre. TO PUUOHABK A Ralooti in the aaurese ovhwjiv, nolS-h HTUATIO-For m w r A mirw A 11 A TV years old. Country preferred. Inquire I lO boy re at 1 nol.l-b- Tlarr-strt. W MT A KTKli A noon fltlOK T T Also a boy Uu nan make burnt, if oetiiUn tne nouse. T V At the -A WOMAN To wash end Iron. Australian Hania. 2T:I Walntit-st., ...

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 November 1860

THE DATLY PJUiSS: [From the New York Saturday Press.] [From the New York Saturday Press.] THE ORIGINAL CHESS-PLAYER. I lit Ih In Buwimer vening her In Indolence elyelan; 1 breathe Ih drviwey atmosphere, . Andse golden vision .' . I flost npon the waves of time . 1 '. ' Bank to heroic ages, ' And hour primers! poets rhrm . And talk with ancient sage. The enr1Vtrt raises healthful Vat In glori-aa utlitil vigor: .,,.r,.T , It if nsdisdmn the Summer heat ' And love the Winter's rtgorv 1 The litem- life untainted yi t. i . Ibeirvvi ry aim Is nerving; Their iiatiues, relish as stones ttnsot, Are truthful and unswerving. Over Himalayan range The pel fumed winds are blowing; Ps.t lung Una. of Indian grange The wcrrd stream is flowing. Above, towers np ther'nmed tree. Around, gay birds areeittlng, As en ttit Ganges' bans I see The Ural I bees-player sitting, , A term rtf strength and grace combined, A look of manly beauty, A caliu,soicno,syt active mind. Vt(h fhlth fn love and duty. And adde...

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. — 14 November 1860

r-itl-r - NCIN?T ATI DAILY PRESS I ubtlelU, dally Wuaaayi rleaotetl.tit A . pKorniKTous. j erttt mpm i in.i trrr, tiyoMwi -j - 'j .ub.crlliaira.ln Cincinnati, Oorlngton and t uraatfadtair citlM and town, at 1 th itrmlr low rric of VATAbIj. Tq TTtK UBftl, f f jj J ' ov MimWi. Nlniit fjoplaw, 9 cvmtif end ontli, 4Qo-i thr iMnlhi, 3 1 l'ni M "f AMUSEMENTS. . Si PIKB. ffom I DIKE'S OPKRA-llorSF 51. rropnelor; v. 1. ). Bcekert, Treiwurer. f Oonllntiod "ticitcmM.t. II0U60 !irrfwdod Mr. nd Mr. BARNET WILLIAMS.' ennted tbRpornlTHrinnn, In threw Mtoiof 1 nrr O'Morf (wHnnr Mr. Bnrk WIlHaTni'i Knlhlwn, Mrn )frtrnoVI11Um; ghaw Dhit. Mr. 4JI...1.I.... li Mr.l! Haifi: ftil. Than. Aer, Mr. 'irfWHURUj BilttV, Plnnkott; Mar?t ,-i. Dm . BrtheOleS iter. To U follows 1 U atir hi Vud.iUe n- lBJ1 T.flKWrtM Ttitw Thw.rt r. Herniibina Yerina Horont, wit! iha aoriB of j " Yunkee Fixlnp," MtB. harnoir Wllliamt; J'bll. f MulllKsn, Intrndncin an TrMi with Mm. liarner William, mr.narnpy whiuuuk. To concludTritb...

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. — 14 November 1860

Til E DAILY Pit ESS. iililJN Ii"V H JC Ki I J At -Jl-.. nrroas in nirainoifc OrrK'Ub FiPICM OF TUB fill. WRItNKPDftf . NOTBlWRfiB 14 A Cincinnati Institution. Now that the election excitement h oror, the people will probably not be willing to endure longer that surfeit of partisan pabu lum which they bare (apposed it necessary to swallow in the party papers, in orler to are the country. We suppose that the great mass of the people" are nauseated with this stuff, which they endure because they think it is necessary In order to keep up the ceal of the respective parties, or that it may be of nse to some who are not yet enlight ened on political questions. Now, when every body would like to throw off this heavy weight, is a suitable time to refer ti the merits of the DaIit PrVsh, We are not disposed to affect any violent modesty at the cost of any large sacrifice of cur interests. We publish a journal as a matter of business. The undertaking shows that we consider ourselves qualified f...

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. — 14 November 1860

WANTED. I "WANTS," "FOB PAIR," " fOA BBNT," LOST," ''rOTMD' lloARDlNO." Ao -ei-vertleement enmtnv under these hedlnfn, not et in Bv line, wfll be inserted twice for 'AS oent. WAISTKI-THBKH OIRLS-Two fnTdlnln; room and on chambermaid. Apnlv at Mid Ison Rouse, Covington. nuls-b1 TV for tnachlna, Newport, Kentucliv FIVKOR SIX 8IRI,"-To bunt Apply it Ho. 138 r rent si., new h WANTED A GOOD (1O0K None need aviilr who can not lv food re fr noon. InonlreM 10ft Went Flfth-treet. nolt-li WANTED-A GIRL-Todo linn-owort : at No. 143 t)iark-tret, between Cutter end Lian, inol-bl WANTEB COAT-MAKRB8 Fire Of 'ill good ones at IT Vlne-et. None bn No. 1 knnds need apnlr fnoU-b' K.AJ MoARDLB. iriirlin.TVn OR Til RICK T Mantlo-msltlrig. Apply to Mr VKU, 4 Beventh-st. GIRT,"- For HbMlK near Freemen. nol.1-b A SITUATION eft fence given. Ad.Ire.a A. I1 -nrawTKrV f T ary engine, or on a srearalmat To mn a station- Best of CUT this offline. nolS-h "AVANTKD-TO PURCHASE TV central part of the city At this off...

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. — 14 November 1860

THE DAIJISI Financial Affairs. Monetary" matter Trtre tolerrMy active yesterday, and the demand for Money still on the increase, bo'-h in the way of Check Inci and Discounts. Currency was steadily diminishing, and with Several of the Bank ers was raflim scarce. The DiEoountrhouseS now hate as much good Paper as they desire to do, nd their Rir-nmmndatias are generally ftUlT.no to their receipts, , The rale for Cr3t-ola?s I'apcr is 12 per cent-, though some choice name? are still dune for, special customers at 10 per cent. ". ' The selling rate of Eastern Exchange was put down yesterday morning by one hou .e to premium, and the other dealers fol lowed suit, that rate becoming general .before noon. The buying price was premium on the three leading points, and yi on lia'ti- Ooid coitinoed In good demand1 in' the retail way a, premiuui, with limited unpir. New Orleans Exchange and Time-bills in there was nothing new, and UUlo doing iu either. ..., Iowa, Illinois and 'Wisconsin notes were...

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