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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 November 1860

CINCINNATI PAILY PRESS . i. . e.bUahad. dally Utunoaya ot exempted) bp . hknuy tnfcr Ac CO., PR0PBIBT0P.8. ti ) tafwflAaUTr IUltY rtlHWill.lleA Id Bu.teiTlleri in Clnclnnatlt Govlngtoa and J K A 'fnrwmndlng cities and towneaf, t tba eitremely low tic of 8KTEN CENTS A WEEK, , ? Bin to ma ttaAiaai g rarer e Mft.ti.-8in!'i-rVl'i. to aant one onte, 4e.; 1hre month.. Ml on year, 143 nn. AMUSEMENTS. PIKE'S OTKRA-norfSB.-B. N. PIKE, Proprietor; O. T. Bmitu, Stage Manager; J. V HaaaKHT, Tmaaiirar. - 8U11 1" the ascendant; crowds nlplitly overflowing tit the Theater la wltneM tho prformanaea af ' . ,. Mr. and Mra. BAIINKY WILLIAMS, Tia (Trent originals (f the liijih Boy and Tankec Olrl. Tlit'rmnAY SVEMNO, NoToral-r I, will be iireaented a domestic drama, la three-acta (tba aoeaa la laid la Ireland. In lHHi.called " 7 UNCLE r.T'8 CABIN; 't . 1 i . Or, Tea rrl im Hunt Ann T,nw Itn. Wlckey, nr. Barney Wllliama; Widow ceaey, "ra. Barney Wllliama. 1 sraa na v"m... Brtha Oale ftlitera. To be follo...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 November 1860

THE DAI TAr rilESg. I OFFICIAL PaPkK OF THB C1TT. TniHPDAT...... NOVEMBER U Cincinnati Weekly Press. ,' tiwvmVly edition ia published lUis mora 3n, and id for sale at the counting-room at three cents single. Person" not within con Tr?nieht reach of the daily, will find the "Wuklt Pane the beet substitute, and a complete news and literary journal for the family. Subscription price $1 a year. Hereditary Government. The Gazette says the Union is binding for ever, because the States ratified it positively and without reserve. Then let us rip it up m soon as possible. Jf onr forefathers could bind us forever, we are slaves. If we are to have ay form of government imposed on as by hereditary right, let it be a monarchy for kings do generally adapt themselves to circumstances. Besides, they can be adapted by a slight jugular circumstance; while an impersonal iron constitution is binding for ever, for no other reason than-because it is hereditary; because our forefathers very respectable ge...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 November 1860

WANTED. s 1. I, ;i ' WANTS," "rUk BALK." 'Ton RANT,'' lBT," "FOUND," "B0A8DINQ," Ao Ad vertisement eentng under the headlmra, ant re lln(t re line, will be Inserted twin for 'IS oent. w-r IVTPD w ' vsar. secured hr rty. Addree M. ,thht ofn TO BORROW (1.1,000 -For two nnincumtiert-si any pr y Ice. nnt.i-o- W"TKD-flniI,-ror V Inquire et Maln-ttieet. WATR1N fUKB fid.. No. housework. DO., no. nol.1 b .niDVt Ti'nBTn mod Oat trnlrn wanted lit No. 11 A'ark-atreet, be. tween tVurth nd Fifth. noie-l- 1iTF.D- V XTANTPD-noT-To do arraods In a board H Ing bouse None bnt of str-ady habit hr-oi r.rW. at 'Jar Hlxthst eon erof John, noli b . :mtmA wmiiia rl to no Imht lionsewnrlc T and plain suuting. Ai'plyat55 Long;vorth. null-l t., between Kacs end klm-als. STEADY WOMAN-To do nn lf stairs vr rk end teke cere of children. Apply Un ivt Wrnt Flfih-stroet. ne.tr Mmn nol.vii- wrkTFH A 0nnd Ra-lne--mft(-hine hand Ira mediately, nt 8. ISAACS CO., 140 Mfln. Also e Rood Machine, fur sale cheap, noio-o- mV...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 15 November 1860

THE DAILY PH ESS. THrKKBAV.. ..NOVEMBER 19 AUTUMN RHYMES. BY BARRY CORNWALL. . The srrnimer past, what drwmi lire oyer I t, , The Intense of the air bath ftwl; The carpets if the golden meadows 'f ' Are torn by tempests, ehnd by hrd i Th hath lost Its fraRrance, J tie lily nangs uer neau, ; D ad-dead. flrwinriaar In the earth and ether. T'-lf, Bobs and murmur half flivine; '' Blast lieyond man's puny power Hock th tirawhrt tha plne Yet ni-esneot thought MoumutU , , ... ... ThrollL'h the st'rnr time ' Tinl thy Inert famine, , And mine thine I ' ' . ' ' .-i" . gbout ye winds and ttinndersl Pour your floods of gloom I ' , - ' 1 - All must end In sunshine ! That is still your dooru. IThrn the maidrns May and April, rrr In their virdant loom, . r Weave bud aud bloom. , t Bo, throned wild Novrrrfber, ' And ltecember'a snow, I will dream of beauty, Till the violets blow ; . And. should pain beet ma, " In this world below, . .r , T hou art near, I know ' 1 know 1 know I .--'i--. - ' The Uni...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Is published dellj OSunaers eot excepted) b HKNnV nKEI) Se CO., Q.iUVj BWlBTt)M. ' t M) J omc Tixt-iT., orp. trorroM-HOCi. IoISOISKATI DAILY PRESS it deliver-i M aubaorlbcre In Cincinnati, Oovlngtoa and surrounding cities and town, t r ) extranet low artee ef ft j 8IT1H CENTS i.WBKK, ::. ,1- Pliers or MAii.ma.-rUnRle eopIae,9 MnH "P ontb. 4c.t thre months, Wl ; on year, I BO, AMUSEMENTS. IJIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE. 8. N. PIKE. Proprietor; 0. T. Smith, Stag Manager j i. t. Hebbt, Treasurer. troweled nlRhtly from Parqnatte to Homo. BEftEFlT OF Mil. BARNKT WILLIAMS. FRIDAY IVENINO. November IB, -will be pre. evnted James Kennedy' beautiful comedy, in two acta, entitled the Irish MRASsiDoa. . Blr Patrlc 0 Flenlno (with the song of "The Bold FoMUt Boy"j, Mr. Barney Williams; Isabella Mrs. Barney Williams. . Pas de Denx -By (be Gale Sisters, After which the comedietta of THK CUSTOMS OF THK COUNTRY. Mf Hsaa(wlth Yankee Songs), Mra. Barney Williams, lo conclude with tho Comi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 November 1860

T11K -IjAjLYl'ltKSS. HKIH Y I'. f '-' I Ar CO., VWTO AWt MwenraTrt. OtlCIAfc rKR OF THW TT. - FBIK.AV . NOVK.tlBEIt J8 A Spirit of Health. fSdfie deroot and patriotic soul rusliea into (be V'1Pcrs proposes tbnt a universal prajrT be nt up, that tbe' gpiAt of Wash ington may borer over the country nnd guide us through ourprcient troubles.'. It is a capital idea. Why was it not thought of before? Let the spirit of the departed paltr hover and pass the contribution-box over the country, for the unfinished monument, or to complete the purchase of his bones from his relative. It will not be the first time a Virginia spirit has taken up a col lection to buy its own bones, though it U generally done in the flesh. Every body knows the miraculous effect of taking up a collection in calming and dispersing an ex cited, crowd. 'Nothing would have bo con servative an influence at this time. We regret to say that the precedents af ford little encouragement that the services of the illuBtrious spi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 November 1860

WANTED. "WlKIt." "SOB IALIi" "HI HKNT," J Lost", ' rOCKD." "BOA HDIHQ't. Ad- Urll.in' oaUac mndae thaM hanari, aot i- jswdlna. flr-llnaa. will h lnrtil twira for 'S3 win. ...... .riuHl D .A- Kami Tlitaa I imm-d'lati-lr. Apulr to VYM. D. WIIDJV, 178 SLain-st , near uunri. ami o- l-mmrAVTKO-TO PITROH 8K Tha Stnok and I Vlntur-s of A Kftnll Grnnaryi is flood I!" Minn. Ailtr-ss T J , at tills nlrice. nnH-P' ' vAM'Elf-lO BOARO On-or iwo rtiiiar-n, ) v V from l0 tu Hired years of age, Or older. AO- drsss E. J., nails Press omen. nom - imrlNTKIl.t noon COOK Washer and tT.lrour. AnnWat IDA WmI Thlld-st , near Park. "-' MTUATION-For boy ten li ars old. Uonntrr aralerred. Inquire at 1 10 i I. nnlA fl 1 .rArin.lMllliIIATEIlV-At 4H Kill . H atxi1h-t., from 40 to 60 Hands, to work on Slants.. f t win ww tiftrM-r. None but died apply at 133 Elmst. good cook, washer and i good, eiporienred Girl nolA-b WA1STFD-TO BORROW ft.VflOO -For two years, asrored by nnlncuuiuered city pr p. rty. Address M. E....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 16 November 1860

Tills UAlLiI riiCiOJ. FRIDAY.. NOYEMBER 16 [From the New Orleans Delta.] AFFINITY. Yon earne (o me by ways that lord bad hnwaTOO, fmer.lr.:, radiant, from the rnt unknown; Ton csme to me.and I did not disown yon, Bat wltk wild klseeclasjott fur MrOl. Ton claimed mis In the tnmnlt where yon found mo, "Mid toll. and strife, at d lamthter, ret jlon.; . 1 fi ll the spell yonr preaence threwarounil my: I knew you Mine you knew m "or Hour Own. Dark were th shadow which my soul worroniided. And dn m nllit befjre the etara had shmK Hut bright as dawn, wueu morning Drat wa Sound, d, . . , Y gleamed on me, my Horning Star, My Own I Ax e prond city, to some waste transplanted By magic, and for anes still as stone. My spirit lay in woful trance enchanted, Till waked by you, ho nought me fcr roar Own. Tet o'er that franc swpt ropheies mysterious: I knew yonwh.n you came-rour l. ok, your tonei I knew those eyes, whose glance made hope dclir- Tboe. haunting eyw, so lontr a drcam-My Ownl It wan no ...

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. — 17 November 1860

I 5 CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS If published dall (nunaejr not excepted) bp XIIT.NIt Y RRBD te CO., pBOPRirroBS. ,i , , , r -r i-.t-i S, t prriet vms-T., ore. etrro.HOCB.. ! CINCINNATI DAILY PBBRS U delivered 10 ,2 subscribers In tlMdnnatl, Oovttgto asl; Jd J', avuronndlng eltlM and town, at , the sitreniely low prloe-Of . 1 . r8BTEN CENTS A WIDE, Fatabib roTriB oiBBna. y Fwrwi or MAir.mo. fUngle. copies, 4 cents one nth.dOo.; three months, 01 i omrWi WJI SO. AMUSEMENTS. i 1 it t , i 1.1 1 r' V V 1 iriRKpi opi:ra-ii)T'?k.-. N. PIKE. M- t'roprtelor ; 0. T. tlmiH. bum Maum: J. I,Buun,Ttiinr,' , , . fUxth nlKlit ef the ditintmtshod artiste, Mr. and Mrs, B Alt Mi If WILLIAMS. THIH fcVfiNISn, November IT, the performance rlllcouimcnce with the Drain entitled " - " .. IKEt AND AS IT 18; Ob, Thi Minnie Man; Beered Pat, a broth of a boy.hls original charac- ter, with song ard fiance, Mr. BarnuT Williams ; Judy U'Tr Williams. u i ros, Dei original enaracier, ail, sterney I'm 4 Deny .. By the Oale...

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 November 1860

THE DA I liY PRESS. mrroa. awn nmtirroa.. orrioiAb l Ai'kK or tuk city. i. O-ATIKDA V.. NOVB.nBBU IT Coercion the Last Reason of States. he sooner all tlionpht of coercing a se- ceding State ! abandoned, tlie tooner will both parties com to itmou. Consideration) of right and justice and of the consequences are all act (aide 'when force interrenea, er lo threatened. In State affairs any cause is just against fotce. . Then the cry is, "Our v country, right or wrong." This GoTcrn ment has no mora right to bold JU States by force than Austria has to hold Its prorinres. We do not pretend that considerations of safety and defense may not justify a govern ment in establishing and maintaining its boundaries by power. That has been done from time immemorial, but it is nothing but the right of the strong orer the weak. Before this Government can claim a right to coerce a State to remain in it, it must show that it is rital to its national existence. In that case the Tight of the strong to sac...

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 November 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALK," "TOB BR NT," 'hOSt," "TOVXD," " BOABDINO," o,-Ad-rertisements oomlng tinder these heading!, sot ex ceeding Ave lines, will ba Inserted twina for 43 oenta. IVANTIiO-A GOOD 01 BO To do general rv boiisework, Applr at 4 I B.rnn-st. nol7-c -Two airls at IAS-8mlth.et.,one to chumberwork and tahe care ol ohlM and tbe clber to do coos-lnr and h-'tisework. no!7-b HD-TWO V K WANT M Second rook at Jon House, cur lier Ninth end Sycamore sts. Female pre. ferrad. nol7-b WAtilKD-TO LOAN-SHOO on mortiae:, brarlm tan par cent, per annum. Addresa A. 1! , thin olHre. ol7-b -IMMEDIATELY Threa or four appiy at lemn ana 'Mediaon-ets., Covington. no!7-b It stood UrlrS-l.yeia, WANTED A OOIID GIRL To do s-neral hoiiaowork, whpra aha can hare a good home. Apply at :JS West flfth-st nol7-b WANTkn-FlVE tENTS-You can (rt Plc tnrpfl from five Cffifs to llOO it.COWAN'8 rtrtnr or m fry, w wmi rut h ut "mTAWTicn f WMtFiith-st, GOOD COOK-Applr at 100 , between Vine and Jttaoe. uol7-bJ m...

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 November 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. PATUUDAY- .MOTEMBEE IT HYMN TO A BEETLE. (Than qne.r, eeinl-mrBtio, aetnl-aenslul Teraee, aaorlbed to 1 boaies Carlyl., and published among bar writing. M authentic, aoutd much Ilk the gnat Iconoclast :1 ,. Poor hobbling beetle, need'st not haste; Should travMer, trav'ler thin alarm 1 rursne thy journey thnvoeh the waste, ' i No foot of mine, ahall du Iheo harm. Who Vnovra what errand grave ttion hast "Hmall famllj" that have not dined? - JLrdard under pebble, there they fant. t.. ( Till hoad of house ban raised the wind I Jian'8 bread lies monir the ft et of mon; For rark and moil tiiirnuient cauae I W ho ranu"t sow would reap; and then la Beeuedom ara do poor laws. T ' And if thy wife and then are Bnt ill, o like when short of victual, 1 Swear, the public meathr I by fortune nietiloih, poor beetle I Alas I and I shrnM do thee sValth To realms of oinht with hoeltoD send I Whoiuilfred Iheaorthy pains of death. On earth, eave me, without a friend ? Pane on, poor beef...

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 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PB.ES3 I to fabllshed dally liMtn Mi) b HKNltY II IC K O As CO., . , , . ,, PBOF BIIT0B8. . h i ewwrv1uea-so. roTo-oyii. . CINCINNATI DAILY PRJSBS la delivered M obecrl tiers in Cincinnati, OovlnxtoB and snrroundlng cities ui town, a the estremrly low fries of . I ! HBTBN OBNTB A WBBK, " , 'j AtAn.a to m oaaaiBB, j : tmitT Mn.m.-!nte enplea, a ecnta: ons ooth, no. thr-e montlia, ! , one rear, l. AMUSEMENTS. 1IKIt3 OPKKA-1KH WF..-S. N. FIRE. ITuprletor j O. T. Smith, Huge Manager; J. t. Imut, Treasurer. MONDAY BYKMNVNOVBMBEIt 19, '00 iifl week of the distinguished Artists, MR. AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS, ' ! The telebrettd and ordinal TIItSH BOY AND YANKEE OIltL, OnwLlrti occasion they will pfc" In an Original Legendary Drama and Fairy Spectacle, written ex pressly for them, and played upward of 120 nights in Corope and America, entitled TIIK FAIRY CIKCLKi Ob, Cox O'Cabolab-'i Ditu, '.' .' .. ",. NOTE. It Is fiie common' superstition .among tbe Irish feasant, that 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. — 19 November 1860

Tim daily -rimss. nrroas &mb ranraiwroa. .. 1 , , OFFICIAL I'ArKK Of THK tilTT. NOVR.tlBBa 10 The "Downfall of our Country"—How it Will Look. . In the day! of the Millerite excitement, . when bot-beaded and shallow-brained apos tles Iter milling here and there through the country, proclaiming the approach of the end of the world, and the necessity of im mediate preparation therefor, one of theje Individuals was confronted by aa inquirer, who sought to know of him whether he was sure that the end had not already come and patsed; and whether mankind were not then Actually in possession of the realities of the "hereafter." The question being simply one of fact, admitted of both an affirmative and a negative answer either of which would le simply matter of opinion, and one just as legitimate as the other. The apostle thought it had; every thing that the one saw savored of time of the old order; every thing that theothcrsaw savored of eternity of the new. Equally icalousand equally p...

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 November 1860

WANTED. WAHTs," "FOB BALI," "FOB RUT," L08T," "TOVVD," "BOARDIHO," a.-Ae. aMrtimmnts oomlnf nndrrthaa hMdlnca, lot scaelns aa. Uoaa, will b Inaartod twio for 4 3 oanta. ANTRO A GOOD OIRb-To do nrl nouMwori, Apply ft 41 Bmim-. now-r ANTEB-A GOOD 8BAMflTHWi With gooa icteroDO. apply M 1 uuraei uoiua. lnois-b IV ANTED-A wmniiii to t hotlaa for two v youn. Kanttaman, without faoiUies, in the country. Addraas K , frw Office. noli) ta WA1STKD-TIN VEST BAIITICRR-Nnn bnt the Tn bit nwxl applr t No. 174 Court atraat. frgtwean tiinn and Rittanhonaa. nula-d ANTfTD A good cook, waaher and Ironar. aiwm.uu wast i nira-st., near ruL n.S-bj WANTED A SITUATION For a boy ten jMire old. Country (referred. Inquire at 1 10 Hm4tmt, nolA-d TBTATED-Oneof Slnier'i or Lndd A Web WW stt-Ks Rwlnf-tnr:iilnes, ftir which (trod -trade erUI tie (Iran. Apply to JA3. II. 11001,1. ) T.t Third -si, noia li MrANTFTJ THRKB GIRL8-0n. cook, who ' rhorougVly aiidenttAnda her bntineaa, a food 4tnlrtBrni girl, and a washer a...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 November 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. .'MOMMY. NOYBMBKR 19 THE STARVING OUTCAST. . IThesnncxsd poem, br literary railway con ductor, hM bran handed M by afrleid with M tiucet la publish. Theiifh evidently anachoand imitation, probably aacvaseloue, of Tom Hood, H possesses ih avsr. merit tho Is asaeliy foujid la MwiaeTW..-In. Pans.. 0 eoM damp eton., ft a wiimBnalone, 5 V.nry and snd wllh weeping; Tim iinnery and oold fur sleeping; jler yeung lei lifted To heaven, aud united The cold rain-drops on ber brow. Trip, drip, drip, T he cold autumnal rain; Shudder and crouch, and shrink, Aid pe thin, syeliila-again. flpnan. arcan. aroan l.lfl aaaln thy ssd ejeel rlpt urip, orip, Aud mingle 'i wars with the skies, (tish. Mh. eleh, Till it echoes down In thy heart; jH"n, mono, moan, Till i tie rhmch-yard skeletons atari. Weep, weep, weep, . For bread lu ililn city of wealth, V here' 11-lmW flisant iu silk, V here "Dives" is clad br stealth. On, on, on-, The rieh and prond mar pass, ' And thou may 'at shiver, Ai d...

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 November 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I published dally Umnaayi sot excepted) bf HBNBYBBEUAiOO.il Klji-.ti.. BOPKUTOBB ., , u ' omrmrtnt-n., orr. custom -noma. , trttCTlltkTI DAILY PB1W8 It delivered Co subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and urrenndlnf cities and towns I i tne extranet? low price o ' j 8KTKN OKMTS A WBBK, 4 , . tATAALB TO fn OsaaiBB, Fui'M or MMT.rao. Blnnle oples, 9 ce( on onth, 40o.; tbrxe month, 91 ; one rear, SO. AMUSEMENTS. i 'i W)IKK'B OPKUA-HOllSK.-B. N. PIKE, M proprietor; U. T. Smith, Huge Manager: J. jT. HsasisT, Treasurer. MONDAY ETEMNHOTEMBrB 19, '00 .Second week ef the stutlneiilihol Artists, MR, ,AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAM3, The celebrated and original -HUSH BOY AND YANK ICR GIRb, On which occasion they will appear In, an OrlglniU sjegendary Drama and fairy Spectacle, written ex pressly for them, and played npward of 120 nights in Itarope and America, entitled THE FAIBY CinCLKi On, Con O'CAROLAN'S PttEAM. ' ' . . NOTK. It'ls'tho common superstition amonir tlio Irish p...

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 November 1860

THE DAlLVjtl (kd Hint ' viroae raoratwmaa. ornciAL ci'km or tub utr. eriKSIMY . novk:ubkii so South Carolina Valor and Statesmanship. " Let not him thai girdetb on hU barneM Ut kiuiclf r lit that pnttoth it off," wm tnqftxccWtil! 'pfcce, of) nrlyice, trbich If tjuI.aUt followed would hava larad man kind! a tbsI deal of mortiffciUion. It' Is not cnlr i ricc ofpa lj"t fcowetor. but it irri!iw k most valuable rule whereby, to pre Cict the result of human enterprise.' They who boast r)en they put the harness, Btldom bar ooolston w do to wlierv tbey pnt it off ffrain. He who celebrates a vic tory that is yot to be gained, will find his epirki ftiliilff him precisely in proportion as the labor of gaining it becomes serious. gome of our friends are borrowing trouble about tlie appearance of things in South Carolina. Such . deuiorjstratious, .such en thusiasm, such elegant speeches, such ex citing responses, such a throwing ont of ptl cietto babners, such a firing off of blank cartridges, s...

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 November 1860

WANTED. .'I ' rt "WAHTS," "FOa Ali - ' aTO ' RBHT," LOST," "tUTJHD," -BOABMHO," 0.-U- nrilmnli coming; trader thesa saninfa, notf ' cesdlmaTCtlntwfDtwtamrtcdtwtcfeforliamtitai IVilMXn Utml) MAOHINIRT-At 38, V V Slain. '1 . between lnlli and Oolirt. noi'l n 1VAKTFII-WOUH H0H8 v In ahn(( TTj points or ells, In.ulrcat 17 Kast )onrtk-st. I . uuu tl'J ' . ' ' -A (10 0 D BKAMHTrtBS- With ' IT good luferunoe, APrlV at 1 Buraot ouae. 0, APPi?! Irioio bl Aiuirvn-ftj nAA Mil h- inortsma'e ww -. ., . . if. twi.-ji th Amount. A 'I . dreea U.K. Pmw Office o-li" -mr ANTim-TKN YK8T IIASTKBS-No v but WW !....-,,. neri apnlv at No. 17 1 mrt- etreef, between l.hm and Rlltonhuuao, po'4-d' WAfcTTSI)--On of Blnirer or Ladi star's Kewlng-miehloes, for which Wen ot trail, will b given. Apply to J AS. H. HOI) LB. . Jlnst T,.nd-sl. DO.V t" T ANTItl TI1KKB WIKLS-Une cook, who v thi-miie,' ly understands bar bti-iness, a sond -dlnina-rmiin girl, nod a a-asher and lrooor. App'y tthf 1 nild-fil , eaal of Hrtaul...

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 November 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. -NOVEMBER 30 THE FALLEN STAR. THE FALLEN STAR. BY FITZ-JAMES O'BRIEN. Tr first part of this poem, too long forth Passu, represents a ycmig, namJsonr and gifted youth, be. trothd to aeantlfnl and aeeemplhthed girl, nr rcnodf by the .mile of fortane, with a golden fu ture before him, tha. .xpreesed by the bard: ins rich with promlBO was the boy, ' Whn irwept abroad by circumstance, ' We parted-he tu llvo, eiijoy, r . And I to war with Chance. The tocond part is thus given: The Mr wa rich wllli tirmea of wine - When next we met. 'Twae at a toast, And he, tin. Ik))- 1 thought divine, W at the unhallowed Priest. 5" theonce familiar grace, 1l".''',lc,"l,lti""nile was there; Still shone around hie hnndsouie face , ihe (lor) ol bie hair. . ISnt the pure beauty that f know ' -Ball h.warcd tltroBKh some ignoble task; Apollo's heed m peerirg througb A druuk'in bacchant's mask. The smile, once honest a the day, . Jiow aakid to words of grossest Wit; The eyes, sosimply franknnd ...

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