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

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS It atifcttshed (UUT Ujuudayp uotexcepted) bi . . pr.oi'Bir.TOKS. Of rKt-Vt!t.ST., OPF. 0TTgT0ll-H008t- OlUdlSrl ATI t(A tLT TM Is dsllrsrcd to noserlben. in Oinclaoolti CKnnafttna and i rorronndtTiR elites aadatTns, at - th aitremrlr low arloa of fi B V H ' C N T A W B ft & , ' " . MMIU AlrtH.; . fairies n Miinw--Single ouplt, 4 cents, ins froth, 4c. thn mnntlis, 1K ; one j"ar, 4; .10. AMUSEMENTS. IlhKH (M'liHA.IIIM HH -X N. I'lKB, l'rnprt.ior ; T. Stfliu, Htuge .Haawya- JT. Hr.aaKaT, Inmrcr, 1h rnflnnsyr announces, with r"1ca!nrrt, that lift lian i-n't-ctcl nu puffiimfnt with the distinguished Actress, Mm. EMMA WAIjIjKII, assisted hy tlio eminent auioitciip Tragedian, Mr. WALLEB. . MONDAY rVFNINO. PcceTnfcoT ,, tho perform, anco will cimm-aco with Welntura Tragedy, ia live acU, entitled TUB DUCHFS8 OF MAt.FI. MatlrA, Mrs Kinmn Wnller: Ferdinand, Mr. Wal li v; Cauhcal AiiH'nlinii, Mr. Jcntihiesi ilosfmla, Mr. Hl..Ti'l"ti ; Antonio, Mr. Chaplin; Cariola, Mi...

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 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HENKY HKKD&OO, BOTTOM MB rsOTKIITOU. OrtK'IAIi ' Al'KH OK Til K t'lTJ. . I Ll'KMHF.It 3 What the Country Needs. The Cincinnati Enquirer thinks tliat the ivny tocstnblish fraternal sentiments betwee the North and South, banish sectional hos tility, and restore harmony, is for Northern journals to- convince the South that the ma jority of the Northern people have no regard for the constitutional rights of the South, And are ready at any moment to invade the slave States, and excite the negroes to Insur rection and murder. It has acted on this plan to the extent of its ability, seizing on everything, exaggerating everything and manufacturing every thing which could give it circumstance. We are feeling the results. Tho hostility cf the South for our people is mainly founded on the statements of such journals and such politicians among us. There ii nothing which even South Carolina has done or threatened to do. which would not be justified by the evidence which the C...

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 December 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "WOU BBST," t08,.P," "FOCKD," BOARDING,' Ao.-A. yartlsementg coming under than headings, needing Ave l(os, will be Inserted twtoe for 33 centg. ANTKO A GIRIr For general homework. Inaulre at No. 88 H,ooJht. dej-h" WjtMKD-Snrj tiwlr to know that all l lie late Paper and M.e7.tnt" ran he hi'' at the Sielrs-sianri, (General D -liTery, Poetofrice. do2-h w ANTED-A Oormao rretoetant girl to ilo goneiai nouse-w.'ra. Appiy at iu mgn-st. dei-b W.NTJ?n-A NURSK-Who ran exme well rr rr niinenilpd, and is willing to go te Louis ville to live. Inquire at 118 Ilroailway. do2 b WiNTED-Biln machine handi and nix girls to ba.te et for aewing-ma'hlnp-s. Inquire at Jftl Llvlngston-sts. dM-c trANTKD-A OIKL-To go to Walnut Hills v v to do housework for a small fnmilr. Rfer euces required. -Address F A. W., Press Office. ld-3d) TtTAT.n-HODMS-Two nofilrnih".t rooms, v v without beard, In a private family; first or Forcnd fli-or, centrally located. Addresd R , fox No. 1,1'24. d"...

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 December 1860

THE DAILY PUESa MOMM V . DECS M BKR H [From Harper's Monthly for December.] THE HOMELESS OUTCAST. BY WILLIAM WINTER. How wet and dreary the street ri ! '1 is a wild ntid loni'ui'- night j Ami the air lull "f voices 1 shudder Willi c M and fright. Ah fne . f.r a Ifttl. flro! I will creep here under the cart ; Some (Mi ft wbispr of pU'encp, But I'm cold at my veiy heart. V hat U it there In the shsdnw 1 hst wuvnn and Vckons so? Bothing. lear little NeHy l'ciul, years and years ago I D ehknour that her poor old father dy 'lis heie in the sti' et Cold, andtHKord, and hongcy. itb net a ruorael to eat ' Swe! girl ' T belit-vo be loved mo, I number hr voir, her nmile. 6h.- i- gone! Ah, I shall see her, Perhaps, in a little while. 1 F81 r Id llfiirt ' my heart if freezine-. Why flo I ha'ible so? V hut little I h d K. he frozen W uB flOEfcD long ago. There's a light just tliore. at the baker'i But I car wot crawl, for pain ; Ptiba-s ha would let me In awhile 0 God ! to be warm again. Hi w we...

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. — 4 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS If published dully (Sundays aotexeeptnl) by k ' HENBY EKKD &90., . " -, piuiPBirrOiUJ. t -orrici vixb-st., orr. cmsTou-BOtroi. OINinNKATI Dial PBKPU l delivered to gnltecrlben. in Cincinnati, Covington B-id surrounding cities and town. at - - the extremely low grloeof ' SKTKN CBNTB A WEEK, riTABL TO THS CABttEB. pirr o M ti.iwi. Single copies, -J rent"! e YOL. IT. ISO. 103. CINCINNATI, TUESDAY M011NING, DECEMBER 4. 18G0. PfltCE OVU (J ISN'T unth, 4Vo.; three months, $1 ; one year, AMUSEMENTS. DIHh'K OPEKA-IIM'!R.-!- P1K.I1, II Proprietor i (J T. bmxa, rlluge Maov.ei i 1 if. Hsbbkbt, Treasurer. 1 . flecnnd nliht ef the engagement of the dletln gui.hed Actr, KMMA WAtLf;Ri -AMiited by th cetebmtpd A niveau Tragedian. ' M K, WA U Liti. TniB JTVENINO, Doon tier 4, the performance Will Commence with the Tragedy of 01 II HI. I.O; Oa, Thp. Moob or Vcmct. lego, Ejr.mWi,l'er: Othello, Mr. WaPer ; CnwK J k Mortlmor; llittliantlo, Jlr Shrl.lan f ttod erlao, ti, Hai; U...

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. — 4 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. hmthV hekd&oo., apnea. Ul rUMntOM. OFFICIAL I'APKR OF TIIK ( ITT. ..DKCKJIBRft 4 The Democratic Pandora's Box. The addrcsa of the SUte-righta Democ racy of Hamilton County to the South, un dertakes to ghow them that there is rom nan. in the free States which has not bowed the knee to the popular aovereignlj oa abolition Baal; but who are ready to use the wordg of the Carthage Platform for "the adoption of that whole truth which has, in the progress of discussion, been arrived at," nd wi" maintain the rights of. jlip South on their true ground, which, they claim, has not been done by the Northern Democracy hitherto.. It was reasonable that after such preten sions, and from a party which has yet no po litical ascendancy to risk by taking true ground, we should expect-from the State rights Democracy of Hamilton Covinty, a position which would at least be satisfactory to the South, and which would convince them that if the State-rights Democracy of Hamilton County h...

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. — 4 December 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "JOB BALI," "FOB BEST," LOBT," "FOCHD," " BOABDINO," o. Ad vertlietneats eotnlng trader thai headings, eedlns five line, will b Inserted twice for !I3 eeh. NTKO A QI RL For ffeneral homework. nqnlre at No. H8lt flrosrtway. de3-b rlTLll X n nnfnrnUhnl rll . IT1 l.r In V V hi'UM where there re no boarders. Would prefer the location to be central. Press onto. Address A., at del-b WANTED To rirhnan for boanliua;, some new or well kept eeeend-hand furniture. Nice rooms and excellent board. Apply at 497 West flixlh-et. det-b VANTKO-A PrFCHASKB For a Brlsu.lld v v larffe sorrel trotting lioro, five years old. In quire of M1KK L1PMAX, 38 Iuet Sycamore-fit., one door from Sycamore. de.d 'ANTED A OIBL To do housework. Mu-t lea Booil wiisher and Ironer. The best waeee raid Apply nt the basement of the Church on ITourth-st., near Main. de4-b WANTED A PITUATION-Bf roong rnun, M Awintnnt BooV-k(Hper, Intnlcft or fCntry- trk. or Olnrk In ft wholesale hooM. D. Jr., I'rpB umce. Adrt...

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. — 4 December 1860

frreyaieaasP THE DAILY tKU$ TVFPIV....... DKf KvUlRIl 4 [From the Household Journal.] A PICTURE OF WAR. BY JOSEPH BARBER. "Toarm1 '" Nnerv Hint ever hm V the air, tu.n.es like tll the ttirer In tnauklnu. : , Diowuii.a: l.ov.-. pleading toUe ml Friendships f lee'Tr". the hearl anil manMenln. "V"'1. . (I.r! ttiou trumpet-tona-ifd ,""'" "'"''i Otmert 1 the mierore of III. f Ul Ih-uah their Lros with ' "raallw Bd.dThTbl lrk. h. r of Cain. TH ((rand to see th "l,,,,.nJ F"".' a, a sLaki fl-nfers. no.-it l-y 1 'if nn, Arii far "heee'ib (hake as an army net. SS J n wmi" '"' ll in Its brt aat as ony. hTL m, "h" if l"rt '"" l-rltrl't the iteell hTw i 'he - r 'he nfo unit drum I s-.tekeep" hn (mil neath her lomn seal. And kindly hide the turnlle "to come." How er-ds the pageant ? Bee yon sinokln; plain. rhot-plov.ed and wet whh murders reeking- red; But rMit-tda) It waved with aol'len frrjin Pen- Irl how Wei deals with the people brand I Heboid He ' h mm," with their back" t earth. Sires, broi...

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 December 1860

1 CINCINNATI DAILY PkfiSS . . . Ii published dalt! ISunawe cl.fM) T nENRV II IC K r ' A; i o 7" -PkOPRIKTOitS. ;J, ptTTfa-JTIl-yT.i OT. .TCld-SOTtS. ( . CINCINHATI SAIL! PBBSS ta delivered M subscribers Ilk Clnvtanatl, Covington lull . surrounding ettitt anil town.,,at , 8ITKII CBNT8 A WKE K, ruuu to tiii ouun. . Ps n Tmwi Wv.ihr septet. 9 nti; nnt nth, sets.; Ittrro month n, aj ; rairiw, n.f . VOL. IY. 1 NO. 101. CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5. 1860. PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. I (l v) 4'' lft)t' OPKRA-IIOtiSF,-S. N. PIKBV JL I'ropriernr 1 J. T. bsiru, btage Moottgori J. , jr. Iium, Srsasnrer. Third hiirbt f ' the engagement of the dlntia- -ruiabed Aitr", MM. IMHlTAIltll, AwMed by the cedr-rotcd American Tragedian, -MB. WALLS. ; ' JriUS KVENINO, December ft, tho perrarmiuics eomwienre with 8liak.pcM-o'e TraaeOy of . ' HAMLKT, PnlKin or Dkhmahk. . Hamlet, Mr. Waller I Opt" lln, lira. Koima Waller r C net, II r. Mierldan ; Laertes, J. K. Mortimer: 1 Horatio, Mr. Chaplin : F...

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 December 1860

rniil fS All V Pl,I'i,N I J J I J'j J 7 A 1 111 1 IttiJO. mn .irfrvmowMwrnnn- . " othcial l-AFKK or the city. I li i ia Y..-Aa..tErtR m b it r of of The Message. Tb President rrmVcs out that the Sonth him abundant f an ifbr seceraicm, hd de nies positively their right to ectde. But his jtirtiflcfllion consists Of Absurdities nd TjoBit'iTe feUe hoods wlii1 he fhowj that ereTT thing which has been definitely al leged as s grievance, Is no cause for secession. The charice that lhe North lias forced and kept the slavery agitation upon the country until it Las endangered the safety of the South, is of tht usual character of our Presi dent's Messages for the last three terms, during which they hare been vehicles for 'falie pnrtiMn charges against one-half of the people of the nation. To lie like a drab, is now changed for the popular phrase, "to lie like a President's Message." The idea that the agitation in the North has inspired the slaves with vague notions Of freedom, and the pathetic...

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 December 1860

WANTED. "WAnTS," "FOB BALI," -torn BUST," LOST," "FOTJHD," "IIOARlUHt.," Ac-Ad. Vertlsewieat. o.mlnir nnder them hearilnrs, not ex. eeAlBf St. Unea, will he Inserted twin for ! oanta. ANTKW-A PKW AGKtiTS-Of Hood a Mre, locwvm fur t-U-ncil.. Applr at 3 III C u. Sinl-ar. ; , t q,vb ! 1TANTkl-A ulil not oter fourteen years of V affe, to mitko herself goneriillj useful. Ap- r'7 at jww ine-iiwt. Uo.vb AMTEI-ROOM8-Two or three room HIIT IWAto l, for AdilrcK J. R,, ls rmnll fitmily of grown persons, . rare I'm Oltir. a c-t-ti IVTAMKIt-A 1 Bl.-'haitOwrmrii.l nH liu w inarrooui (firl. JJne ut lliope wlioureoompn. tent tJfod apply 87 Thfrd-ttreet, t of iiror.awn7. WANT ED 8A LEHMAN A yonrni man font .ei.d in a Ui'ihb' It'iirnishinv tttnni. Apply at 947 Cntrnl-iTnae. fieoouamonilatloni ro - -i ittrcd. . dt-l W' AMKO-A "illation to tnk enre ofcl.it. drfn, by a r m tab' wrman who will nmka ioiMf (h'nfrally mor.)!. No ol-joctioa o a sUvo Ijtatn. Aiidrorw MAR V, at thin otllco. flrVb HrAMKD-8IX WO...

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 December 1860

THE DAILY WCDNKNOAY. KJBMHKK - ' MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. ' Tbo Inquiry for Money, yesterdy, yrnt tinniually Urjre, In oon(xqnenc f the pav nienta mutnrirg on the rth) but most of the liabilities were promptly met, very little more roper lyinjj over trmn mere was on me 4tU tilt A nnmhcr of Notes and Bills be longing to manufacturer1?, having had tVi ings dnrirj the present yoar with the South, were laid orer from the Inability to collect Djtbirg In that section at the present tine. ' The Monetary market continued close, de cidedly so, with a general Indisposition to do any Paper, even the rery best, when it could possibly be avoided. The accommodations extended at present ' lire rery light, and high rates are no indnce t merit to purchase Paper, which can be , bought at 2430 per cent, per annurti with out the least difficulty. Indeed. 35 per cent, would be paid iu some instances for tempor ary Loans, if they could be, with undou'ite.l securities. The supply of Cur...

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 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS Ii mbllshed dally (ilunsayi mot excepted) by HKNHY II KKI) Sc CO., FB0PRIRT0H8. rrif-Tii-rr., orr. cottob-bootm. CINCINNATI DAILY PRSS Is delivered to snbserlben In Cincinnati, Oorinirto end amandin oltlM nd towns, at tht extremely low price of SB TEN CBN T-9 A WEEK, riTAiLi to th uim. Patau nr Maii.rw. BIt1 oopl, 9 eent; on onth, o.; tlim month, Iftl ; on year, a.! Bo. Vol. iv. no. 105. iicittiili" ' 3T''vv.;rr CIKCINNATL TIIU11SDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 6, 1860. Oil . -K I A. -V PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. I 1 ( 1 :t PIKR- OPKRA-HOlrNR.a. t. P1KK, Proprietor i 0. T. baiTU, Hi.. M.aiu.gur: J. V. HaasxaT, Treasurer. Third nliht of the npgimnt of the diatln auihe4 Attic-. MH8. EMMA WALLER, Assisted by the eelcbreti-.l American Tragedian, MB. WALLKft. TIIIS 1VIS1NO, Di-combor 6. br reqneet, and moat po-titl-relv the last n-preeenv..tlun of the cele brated Trngrdy of TUfc D0CIT1t8R OF MALTf. -Marina, Mm Kmma alter ; Ferdinand, Mr. Wal ler; Cardinal GisMlani, Mr. Jenni...

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 December 1860

THE DAILY lMMjjgg. HENMY RKKfiftOU, niTOBS AK PBOrBKTOU. ..(irm iAi. ! im tht u r v. i in n-PA y . Cincinnati Weekly Press. Our weekly edition it published tliis morn inpr, nnd is for pale at the counting-room nt three cent single. Persons not within con renicnt reach of the daily, will find the Wuii t Prmm the best . substitute, and n Dtnplete nctv and literary journal fur tho family. Fubscription price $1 a year. Defense of the McMicken Executors. 'We feci conotriined to defend the exec utors of the McMickcn estate from the in sidious attnek of the Enquirer upon their incdcrate charge of $30,000 for extra services ia tnkii'g care of the real aud personal property. Newspapers should never wan tonly asf ail those who tin their time to the discharge of benevolent trusts; more es pecially, trufti so holy as for the cause of education; and most especially when under taken by tWe whose disinterested zeal in the cauf of education has ahead y been dis tinguished. lite Enquirer states tlia...

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 December 1860

WANTED. "WAHTS," "FOB SALE," TO BIHT," .- .. mrmn . , . . n ti t v; , it . tertlsenenu oominf nm tbm heading, lot seeding At linen, will be inserted twice for !M enti. , . I T . T 1VANTKD-HI.P-A good Hook, Washer and TT Irontr. Appljet 400 West lulrd-st., near Park. ! H WANTED 8ITUATI0N-H: DDI hMweca Richmond and Court, Udr. m Wet ly at.No. 141 -TWO (II RLH--American or Oar- man rrefurrsd : ono to d-i eltchan. and ono eh"mnar-worli. Iwiniro at nacrg-st. d--b' rANTW A B1TITT10N-Br a woman, as loon in a private tamiiy. no objection h im country. Address COOK, tliU office. u o' t is.TKii.TT vi-.wOKNT8 Of aooda i.lress. T? tocauvate fur Stencils. Applf at 3 t & n- tial-av. , gii-n- WArsTIvl A girl not over fourteen years of a e, to mate herself general! useful. Ap- Br a tours and ply at JB Vino-street. ll'lNTKn-k BITI.'ATION- TT heslthy woman, as Wet-nurse, either In the citv or renerry. for information, apply to nr. a. 01 ItTlrt, 1H7 Fast Ihird st, dHtc ViriTCII.MUiarl. Viririnl .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. — 6 December 1860

THE DAILY rnttSA .BSCKiMBBU KISSING THE BLARNEY STONE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. In Winner Castle, on crumbling tower. There lies a stone, lelwva your ready reach), Vl bit h to the Hp Imparts, 'tin said, In. power Of f.rlle falehood end penmdve .peorh; And hence, of one who talks In such a ton., The peasant my, "lle'i kissed the Blarney Stone!" T S, when I ee Home flippant tonrlst wU With secret, wmeted from Ltnpernr; Ai d heer biiu vaunt h s bravery, nt,d toll Hi wonce he killed Mxniulx, I li.fi r lie nieti came bach tf but the Inuii v. ere known It)1, ay ef Cork, and kissed the Blarney tituiie.' po wlien I beer a "hallow dandy boast i In the long enr that mat ke a brother dunce) V hrtt pnrinu favors Indies' Hps liATr lost, To hi advantage; I rn-peet, at once, The fellow 'e lying; that the dog alone (Km a for hlsuj bae ktasod the Blarney 8tone! When mto Arte tedy-tvsdv to defame An atwnt beamy, with as sweet a grace WtW seeming rapture greet a hated Dame, And Innilii her rival to hot wonder...

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 December 1860

9 1 CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I ftAtlsheJ dally OSunuars t excepted) by XI 12 N 11 Y ItRKD Ac CO., , . . fB0PtRT0B8. . orrrffls-vr-iT., orr. ctito-hott. C1NCIRH ATI DAILY rRES3 In delivered to Subscriber Id Cincinnati, Coving toa and surrounding cities and towns, at tbe extremely low yrlce of R1TIN CENTS A WEEK, VATASLB TO TBI UUIIIi FnicM n Mn,iwO. Hlnl enale, 9 cents: en onth, 4llo.; three months, HI s one yoar, . SO, 11 mi I J VOL. IV. NO. 10G. CINCINNATI. FKIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1860. PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. IlIKK'H OPKH A-nOITSR.-8. N. PIKE, I'mprlftor ; O. T. Smith, tiUge Manage ; J. V. HuHkT, TreMurvr. Benefit of (be dlstlni nt ilicd Actre, MBS. EMMA WALLEB, TniS IVKKINO, Derrmler 7, will bt performed fibnkspeare's Tnt-rody, ia Ave acts, of MACBETH, Kino or Bootlahd, Macbeth, Mr. Wallers T.adjr Macbeth, Emma Wal ler; Ma. duff, Mr. J. 11. Taylor; Malcolm, Mr. J. K. Mortimer; Danquu, Mr. Sheridan: Puurnn. Mr. Jennitigs : Kohbo, Mr. Chaplin: Pirat Witcb, Mr. C. Bala ; Hocata...

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 December 1860

THE DAILY-TRESS.! C HITXRY 15E2IJ Ac CO BPITOM AVP rOFIBTOSa. OrriOIAL PAPKK OF TUB OITT. TKinAY. ...DECK MB BR T Still Irrepressible. Tlie Mesiwge of the good and patriotic Buchanan sum) onljr to hare aggravated the conflict In the Democratic party, and tlireatn another agitation like that of the Lccompton rebel! loa. At the Jews, when the battering rami of Titus (this a fresh Simile copyright secured) were thundering at their walls, abandoned the defense of the city, to carry on the wars of their factions; aud ag Nero fiddled (this is entirely new patent applied for) while Rome was burn ing, so the, Democracy, while the Union is in the, agonies, of dissolution, turns to its' Own intestine broils. ine Cincinnati jfmtr, hitherto sus pected of Douglas proclivities, declares that the amendment to the Constitution which the President shows to be absolutely neces sary to save the Union, which shall declare the right of slave property to Federal pro tection iu. the Territories, "will nev...

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 December 1860

WANTED. WANTS." "l(a ,iLI." iitm utuT I.08T." M FOUND," " BOAKDIWO," o. Ad. VertiflementB eomlna- nnit- Ihaw v...unM Bet-dint fle-alln, will b1nrti twloe for 45 coat. ANTKM-A KUR.E-(HliI,,-ot oror fHWn earsolei-e. Inqulro at SO Barr-r. d7-n ANTKI-GTRf,-To do general houaawork. iuiuiiai ivi vim-si. uo-ir- XVNTKD-IMMKDIATBLT-rw Mantle n'nkers Arnlr nt Mrs. BLiCKWKLL'S, 14V Cutt-r-et., bolwoen Court nod Olaik. d7-b WANTED-A QIHL-To do trenaral nnne work. Inquire on Iiongwurth-street, third liones t ofBt' ne. do7-b rANTEI)-TWKNTT CUM K-MAHERM-w Who have bon acrmtomed to the ftnoetclfMfl ofworlfcet WIL80NS, 7fs We.t roirth-st. d7 !, VANTKDrnELr-A Vuo- Washer an.1 Iruuer. Apply at 400 Wait Thlrd-t.. near rmtk. dHI ! VATTBnSITL'A'I'I01'-Ir IndT. as Wet- v I'Uree. Kefer-nri nlve-i. Annlv at No. 14 1 Bloiind-U , hotwire Richmond end Court. dnfi. VANTl)-T(V0 (1RLS-Amri.an or Oer V . man urc fp rr- it nn. t An b !,-..,. . .( is lnmln-r-urK. Inquire at j (leore-o-itt. d.m-b WANT EII-A SITUATION...

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 December 1860

TUB DAILY -MIKS&- FRIDAY Hi)Kt'iHBEIL T [From the London Atheneum.] THE CROCUS AND THE PORT. I plucked a rocon yestertnorn A tiny nrorhet, newly horn Alia tiw-u it ut bwi ih W if ft in iiBunnwy hermitage: A, It.d nil the hushed wiutr day It tii-entlii.! Ill lllil. lif fltrnr. f Del faded like a ton ol thoiiirht llul Itll Hit rr"Hii that it brought! In that swf rl iwasoti of thf ye ar, Krs April lpavei her rain-bow bower, Ai"i windy March is hu-'heu' to h.-ar Her fo-MtiT in the distant showar, J pliu-k'd it, where it seemed at strife To vfl.dii ale II hermit's lif.,, A d CHiiulit within a lonely place The coiuiLt summer on ttsfaeo ! And whera the withered croons lies, AmortR the rhymes my poet wore, Poft meniorieeempnrfMliee A riH it dtMs ine gi" 4 to lore: A hinted ikI.t that M ill stay Whene'er I llfl the fl ower away, A little lrielaiirh.'ly dower Yet all the fortune of the flower I Pelfere, the flowir thro' unow and wind fulfilled the promise that It brought ; The t-oet paase...

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