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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 December 1860

CIKCirHTATI DATLV 1?JIES3 , Is aqbUshsc fell? (Burnings tot exoepted) it " HENRY TtTCTCH;! CO., , J PH0rBltTOH8. J I '. - - , - r,. emon vrag-sr., orr. ctstom-eobsb, IBS OIHOIFTKATI DAILY FBIS8 Is delivered Itlwribin In Cincinnati, Covington and . : tsnrroundlng cities and towns, at the extremely low nrlos of ' . SBTBW CKNT8 A.WKKK, ' ., rtmti TO Al 011IIU. ' '' Parpm nr Mti.i. Single copies, 9 cents; one nib, 40o.; three months, 91 ; one year, 8 t. "in - Av . ' jL V A." V . a1 1 . ' 1 ? 1 113 III I . Skv A. . jA. 1 . 1,1 1. ' ...II-.- . . VOL. IV. NO. 118. CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, I860. PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. . MlSr? OPKKA.HIHWK.-S. N. PIK.R. J.Pr...r,.t.)r( U. T. Burnt, Stage Manager ; 7. F. Hb.bt, Treasure. ..;.., BIIAKSPEABItlAH BIVIVAL. 4 THIS IV K NI NO, December 19, will b pre rented, with a powerful cast ol characters, Shak--epeare's beautiful drama, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DBEAM. ? -, y Theeans, 'Dnka of Athens, Mr. Tavlor; Lnandor, f" , ' A n l"e with Ho...

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 December 1860

Til k daily muss. jtiHNKV HEffiUAOO., ' .1 ! fcolTOM w aeveismiu. (lTlTt;iAin,l,KK OK THK CITY. ,wDn . lK'KHBtll What Shall be Done at teh Union Meeting To-day to Save the Union? 'Wbbf ,bs been done to enjiingor it? Tlit's i lie first question. No council of plitiicianr, however large, can prescribe a iemrdr, unlMf it agrees upon the Bnture of tie disease. AVIiat has been done to the Vnirn ? A President bas been elected ao roil ing to the forms of the Constitution. Ig that to lie if cogtiired as a, cause for dissolii ticu? Does that demand compromise, in older to save the Union? Then the Union is not worth savin?. It would be no'liine but perpetual anarchy; anil despotism would be a relief from our popular institutional' ' Is there any thing in the principles or in tentions of the President-elect and bis party that justifies South Carolina or any part of tlie South in seceding from the Union? Has the Bepnblican Party determination to runko war upon the domestic relations of the Sout...

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 December 1860

WNATED. riNTf.MWO CANDY MAKERS, At (ho v "notion Candy Manufactory.' No U'lO A eat Flfth-i. , between Kim and Flum. fttO-. virtKTtD -OIRL- To do general homework v in a small family. apply at !0.,"17. nasi Ixth-et.. near Mound, WAVTKD A OIRL Fourteen year, old or iTi r, to make lianelf tuetui inquire a tuff del!lb VkMA Fonrth-at. "VWTHD-filRlj-To do the work of a email tt family, on w alnut mils. Befcrenoos requires, i jioanrf w rraaa umM. uny i VwraftrKtl GIRL German girl to do 'the v V liouTOwork of (mall laniuy, af ill 1 ine. atroet. deie-h' WVANTKO A alrl to do. general lioimework. W Appl Central-av. Applr at illu Eiglith-t between John and WAiTPn-flXrATlON-Aufcliidy'ii nnrne or hottflfkper. Apply at 113. ewnor Third Dd lro-tt. T , delS-b -TANTEI-TA OR A food Cutter nnd w W TftilfT wanted to (ro TftiU-r wanted to fro to the country . Address Jorit Box MIS, Hh rpfcrnr. tlf ANTKD-A vonnii girl between fmrtoen and nttoet yeursor ag rhlhlrpit. l'lpaso apdIv euraof age inheg a ituatl...

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 December 1860

THE DAILY FllESa WEDNESDAY.. . DRCKMBER IB MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Finances were more yestdrilnjr than on Monday, and the general moTement In Money was brisker ; the market continuing Yurf atrinaent. anil ihn farolif itm f.ie rtitiMMinl remaining decidtfdly llidited i all the horrfoi. ' ... - With eotne of the Bankets there is little more ease than there was last week, but they do not pretend to loan to any but iheir particular customers, and then only to a moderate extent. In the street rates are a little lower than they have been 22,'-i per cent, ft month, Exchange on Boston and New Torlt did not actually decline yesterdar, but it did in fleet, as any one could purch3c Checks of ny amount at li, though ljfjjreni. was still charged on collections aud small sums. Baltimore and Philadelphia Checks were fluP, and prices irregular. Gold was selling at 1) prem., though not largely, and New Orleans Exchange was firm at prem. Missouri Paper was Heavy, and cenld not be ...

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 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS rBOFBIFTOBS. r moYiii-iT., orn eciTosMtovaa. VHI OIHoiilNATI DAILY PRBSS Is delivered to , - i- subscribers la Cincinnati, Oorlturtom and ' 1 t surrounding altle and towns, at J " ' the extremely low prloe of glTEN OB NTS A WEEK, tktt.li. to T8 ouiia Patens or M4n.nt.-8ingl ooplas, 9 cents: on onth, 40c. t three months, 9 1 ; on year, 84. AMUSEMENTS. BJIRE'8 OPKK A-IIOU8B.-H. N. PIKB, JL Uroprletnr ; o. T. bhith, btaga Manager i J. W. HsassaT, Treasurer, BENEFIT OF MB. C. I1ALK, On which occa-ion Mrs. CHARLOTTE HALE will . make bar ftrst ana oIt arpoaranca hare ia a iV farorite character. ' THIS EVBN1NU, December , tha psrf.rmanca Will com men o with the laughable comedy uf , y ...MY WIFE'S LA.UNDBE88. Mower, Mr. C. Pale: Mr. Crummy, Mr. Chaplin j . Betsy Bnlier, Mra. Charlotte Hale. - To conclude with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Xhesens, Dnke of Athens, Mr. Taylor iLysandpr, In love with Ilermla, Mr. Sheridan J Dmetrhn, Mr. Ohaplln ; Mck Bottom, Mr. Chal. Hale...

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 December 1860

rTHtt DAILY I'll CSS. i , ; HENKY, HKKli fc.CtS, '- (arroaa raoreisToes. , VII ll'IAli 1'ATKIl OK TUB CITY. tutus oat hki'ktibkh ao 1m present of mullet upon our columns, Ttbirh run cot be putolT, compels rii to post , jjonc sonic mnttcri. Some of our communl cttu'i will take, tlie hint from this, why tbey ait rot attended to promptly. A Degraded Pulpit. So aviitiitcut nttered at the Union-meet- ir.g yes'eidny, elicited eiich loud and long l!laiu as tlie reference of Mr. Stnnbery to the pait taken ly "a degrade pulpit" in biingii'g on the present IrouWeg of the coun try j ond'it was especially gratifying to Fee ' ti) a vecerabie and reneratcd Bishop of Ohio, Wlio hid agisted in the irork of saving the Union by opening the meeting with prnyer, aiding the approbation by a vigorous use of his umbrella. It shows that his heart is Bound, aid that the ititewpeiate preaching of fceea?ioa and civil war in the pulpits of his Church in South Carolina and other cotton States, and the mutilatio...

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 December 1860

WANTED. "WAITS," "frO 8AI,," "K) BaHT," -1iOr, "WOVVD," "BOABPIWC,," 40.-A4-wHIssiraaej coining under thes. headings, ote Seeding tr Unci, 111 be lnwrtod twice for 33 cents. rAWf FD A good nnnes girl, end fully com TV petiul to taVe in amirs charge or i child. Inquire at tO Ww! Fourth st. deiu-b WANTKD-HKL-Io do geonral hoiisowot In a Suinll fatiilljr. APpll at No. 37:1 West f!lxth-tl.,Dar Mound. deio-h f,TANT!l A HI 81, Pnnrteen year, old or vv ov r, to make herself nsottil. Inquire lit 409 Weet fourtH-st. lellt-t TiVT'sTiiU-l:llllT.i do the work r a small JarMly, nn Walnut lltlis. References required. Address Press Office, drill f "AT" 7VT ri 1A BTNK It With .vio or $t'i, In a hio-luess Hint p.iy, M"o t i Q:i)o pt month. Armlr at the oitlte of the Sonthgato House Immerll. toly. dein c V ANTI D-MEN A few vonna mrn who can TV clear.! per day. Call and jmlgo fir your etvei. Arr.lv ifier i.ine o'clock A. M , at ihn rtiw store. Bo. :tn Kiutt l onrth atreot, d?n b WAMH-AtllTUATION-llv 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. — 20 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. THURSDAY.. .. .... DKCEIHBBR 90 K0KETA.RI ANDCUMMKKCIAL Financial Affairs. During the neck ending Inst evening Mdnetary matters ratbcr imnroYcd here, and the supply of Currency somewhat aug mented, though Tew of the Banker! men tion no perceptible chnnge. Discounts were, u before, very diQicult of obtaiument, and given iparingly; none but good customers being able to get accommodation at nil. Irf the street Cnpital was scarce, and easy to loan on approved securities at 22 per month, IhotT&h few operations were made. Yesterday was quiet, and Bankers felt in better spirits than they had for a week pre vious; though no one as yet pretends to see the result of the present political-financial troubles. Boston and New York Exchange, which was i during the week, declined yesterday to VA premium selling, and was in fair de mand at the reduction. New Orleans Ex change was quiet and quoted at pre mium. Gold was steady, and in moderate request at Mi premium a decline of du...

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. — 21 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS I published dally Uanoay Boteioepted) bf JCSLJtUJCW Mi X 1, IU JtU J tB KJ . t PBorm rtobs. orrtoB mra-rr.) opr. cnsTOM-Honso, THE (HKOINKATI DAILY FRBHS If delivered to y, nlnerlbn la Clnoiniwtl) OarlngtoB ad ' ammndlnt cltla and town, t '. ; ) r tbe Mkrsmely low trio of J 8ITIK CENTS 1 WB'Ki r-AXAaus torn uuin, ' Pkicm or Matitwo. Singh) oopio, cent: on - Odth, wOo.l tbm montha, 81 ; on year, D l, , AMUSEMENTS. - 'MIKE'S OPKRA-HOUNR.-ff. N. PI KB, i J- I'roprfator; (J. T. BmITB, bus Kui J. 1. Buiui) Treasurer. , THIS KVBNTNW, December Jl, tho performance Will consist of Shakspeare's sublime oreatlon, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Theseus, Dnke of Athens Mr. Taylor; Lysandor, in love witU Hermla, Kr. H heridan t Demetrius, i f Mr. Chaplin 1 Mick Bottom, Mr. ( has. Hale; Ego i .'- as, Mr. Jennings; Phllostrate, Mr. Wilaon Ob ,'i t stob. King of th. Fairies, Mum Susan Denla; Pack, tim Fanny DaahAm ';.' ' W. T Porter' original Soenl Effects J Mochan u -f -i-tcal Df...

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. — 21 December 1860

TUB DAILY JTvESS. UKNBY HEEDfcCO, innu innmimlil tiTilrMl, PAPKK (If THB (1ITT. JPKIIM . .. -iKrKtiBEtt ai Passage of the Secession Ordinance. , Pt refrrenc to the next prige, it ill bo ffro that Uie South Carolininni are rapidly approaching the culmination of their follies. They hare, by s unanimous role, passed the ocoesi&n ordinance, introduced by Mr. The News. Our diapatchee will be found unusually varied and interesting. The firm gland of Senator Johnson, of Teuneeeee, against ee c9ion, and for the enforcement of the law. by any mean (hat may be necessary, will merit the approbation of all national and CoDerratie men. ' Advertisements and the News. The pressure of business and of telegraphic news upon our columns cuts short editorial comment, aud several articles which we had prepared with especial view to saving the Union, are crowded out. We are obliged to leave tha Union to the tender mercies of our cotemporftries for a few days. Emerson's ''Conduct of Life." Messrs. Ric...

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. — 21 December 1860

WANTED. WA!TS,, "TOH BAT.." "FOIl HINT." KWT," '"OTJHD," BUARDINO," o.-Ad-trtiwmnt oerelrte. nnder thwHi hfsvtlnirs, not Mrdiiif are lines, will be inserted twlo. for 45 o.ta. WANTKD GIRL A food Prot.stant girl to do general housework in a small family. Ao lf at ai Bajrmlller-st., ortr Inrk. l2l-b WANTK? pod nnrsn girl, one full, com petent to tali the entire ohargecf a chill. Iniititre at l'lO West fonrth-st. demi-b WANTED-filHL-To do the work of a email famllf, on Walnnt Illlla. Befcrence, rwi'lirnd. Address W., Preee Ofnoe. oVW f WANTKD P A BTNKR With ,.V10 or (cm. In business that pare to (inner month. Apply at tbe office of the Soutligate House Immedi ately. de20c tkvTANTKf A email stoam-eosinfl (oao or two Tv horee-power) with boiler and fnroa pump for hoi water, in trade for real estate in this cltr. Ait dr.ssBos 7 3. duii-b' WANTED MBN A few roune; men who can clear ,! per dar. (Mil and jndge for your Reives. Apply after nine o'clock A. M tat-the shne tcre, No. 3B East Fourt...

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. — 21 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. Fripat . ...DECEMBER at [From the New York Saturday Press.] THE DRAMA OF LOVE. BY N. G. SHEPHERD. fThisi quit prttr lovaatory In votm, and to it tracefii-lr told. Ko. Phs : . The ruin had fallen tha whole tint Ion From h opt? teas clouds of an aihea rr; Vt s bud sung the font of an old lore song, . J.ach waiting to bear what the other would say, V had played at clfboii for an hour or more, She feed mated idp thrice, with an emy grace ?p bd cards, and a Earn? at battle-dore, Till we woke the echoes about the place. 1 fa trared her fbrtnne 'long her t and, Siie had piciu fd mine in the eir name way ; J.'ers 1 painted with the linos of fairy-lend, she drew mine dark as a polar day. Ve had nmd Ihe poets, both eM and new. Arid pored over ipgtMids of wild mmnnoe II w n hnndiine k hit? lit m ana n 1pw W iib hie strong right arm and hie faithful lance, V'c h sd M.prJ of all, and hid Idly walked, H.r hand on my arm. np and down the room, Till sb weary grew ; whtn we sat and ...

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. — 22 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS . It raMlsbed lailf (Sunaara not. excepted) Vf HENBY HRKD Sc COI, FR0FBIET0B3. imn-mMt., orp. cwTOM-HOtrin. THE CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS ll dellTr4 to v iotoeribeni In Cincinnati, Oovingtoa and . . nrronndint eltta, nd town,, at the extremely low price of ' R1T1H CENTS A Wl K, ' rAIAlLI TO THB CABBIBS. ' F-bi-fs or Trr.iwi. Single coptoe, 9 oents: on onth, 40o.; throe months, Ml ; one year, ft (. AMUSEMENTS. IIIKF'N OFKRA-HOIJHR.-S. N. PI RE, A Propiletor; C. T. baiia, Stage Manager j J. W. Hbbbbbt, Treasurer. BINEFIT CIT MB, 0. D. CRAPLIN. Till EVfcNINO, December 82, moiit positively the list night of Shakapoaro's sublime oreation, .A MIDSUMMiCB NIGHT'S DREAM. Theseus, Dnka of Athens. Mr.' Taylor : Lysander, Id love with llenr.la. Air. Hheriilau i TfTnetrlns, Mr Chapiin; Mck Unite. m, Mr. ciias. Hale ; Bkb. tie, Mr. Jnnn'nirs ; Flilloetrate, Mr. Wilson ; Ob- erori, King of-the Ksiries, Miss Sojean ileuin; Puck, Miss Fanny Dunham To oonclvdo with ' WANIKD-1,000 ...

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. — 22 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS.' 1I1EJVRY nKKU&CO., iDirom aBn raoveiBToas. official papkr or this Oitt. SATI'BPAY., DKCEIIIlKlt. a t The Sunday Press. The Daily Pwtss to-morrow will be of Hie 4 etc of the Weekly, la order to roako room for the advertisements which havo been crowdirg upon onr space, without encroach ing on literary and editorial mutter. Oar friends will oblige us by serdin? in their advertisements as early as poE?ible to-day, as the crowd of new advertisements on Satur day night often drives the paper to the very verge of the Sabbath, before it goes to press. Fort Moultrie the Government Arms. The report telegraphed here yesterday, from the correspondence of the New York Time, stating that the President has ordered Capt Anderson to surrender Fort Moultrie, if attacked, and that Capt. Anderson hid delivered up a large quantity of arms which bad been removed from the Arsenal to the Fort, on dtmnnd of the Charleston people, does not, in the latter particular, agree with the circu...

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. — 22 December 1860

WANTED. WKTH," "FOB BAt.1l," "FOB Ult," LOH'tY "FOUND," "BOARDING," Ao. Ad. VsrliaeBiente com i tiff nnder the, heailintre. not ca used I u fly, lines. iH be inserted twloe far lS3 ww. WANTED-(MIL To do housework. Armly at3tt West Ihird-et., between bralth and Trk. de22-b TATs7 ANTKI Ultiu A goou, capooo- 'r'l or TV Iibnrawurk. at Ulendale. Apply at 8S and 90 for WntlNarl-nt. do22b WANTED AslnuUion, lira girl to take care ot rhlldien ar d do ehfimberwofk; would re-eter the country. Apply at a8 tloorge-st de,H-b WANTED GtHL A good Protestant girl to rio general homework to a imall family. Au jily at 31 B Beymlller st , near York. de2l-h "aiVANTICDGlKL Wlio ii couipotent to tend v v as diuin!T-roonl servant, tjan nave sreauf roplovmont and pood wagoe, at lS'A I'lunvst. ione otner neee ar-piy. de?2-b VArTKD-blTl)ATI N la a small family. v t to no general hoawwork or acwina-. No ! lections to a short distance in th. country. Addraaa W. Ji., Press Ofllce. do3a-b "UVANTKD-8 I T IT A T I 0...

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. — 22 December 1860

Till? DAILY PIlESa [From the Atlantic Monthly for January.] MIDNIGHT RIDE OF PAUL REVERE. BY HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. U-.tr, mf children, and yon shall hear " 01 the midnUht ride of Puul Hover, On the einliteenth of April, Id BeTenty-flTe: Haidly a man is now alire V Ixj rememhprs that feraoui day ftnd year. He wld to bis friend, If the Brrtinh march Ht land on a from the town to-night, Uai K a laiitrn aloft in the blfmy-arch Of ihr North rhiiroh-tower, u a signal-light- Jn if l y land, and two if by ; A nrt I on th oppo-.it shore will be, Jtdf to ride and spread the alarm " h rough every Middlesex village and fnrm. For the countryfolk to be up and to arm.' Then henaM good nlsht, and w,h muffled oar hiU otly rtdelo tlm Cbarlmtowu shore, Juitt aa hf mou tobo over the hay, Where swinging wide at her moorings lay The Htimnrw'tt, Uritli v an or-wer : A hantom c''p wit'j each maat and upar At-row. tlm (bo moon, like a pri on-btir, Ard a bnge, bimk hulk, That whb magnified IV it own reflsctio...

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. — 24 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS fa Babllahad saUr Ufunoaya sotsxcatrted) H , , HENKYiuKEU,! CO.,' FBOPRlITOBa. ( ' ( rue Tim , on. cnros-HorrcB. . THE OIHOIKHATI DAILT FBE8S ft delivered t Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding clttM and towns, at . - the extremely low nrlea of 81TXH CENTS A WB K, C rATABLS TO TCT OimilBB. Patens or Msn.ra.. Single copies, 9 oentsi oat ooth, 40o.; thr months, Rl ; on year, M 1. AMUSEMENTS. JTBIKB'S OPEEA-nOfSF.-R. N. PIK ft SL Proprietor; u. T. bMiTH, blage Uaoager JTt nUBMT XTWWTW. HOLIDAY SPECTACLE. . If OKI) AT EVENING. December 2, and every evening during the week, tbe liintorical Drama of , JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN. AHYtoWAWfc Jrarod.Mr. tlnnninira ; KafphM. Mr. Chaplin ; Khofittan. Mr Hel ; Yiuteph. Mr. Morti mer ; Zoloe, Miits Unity Warren: Znphna, Hiss Fanny Denhain; UUfca, Miss M. Badcliffe. "HiBinTPf. Isaac, Mr. Taylor; Joseph, Mis Susan Dentn ; Zara, MiM Leclerc. ICgyptian. Unlock, Mtf Lanagftn. NnTTCTf Tiitr OHAOFi.-IoorB opon at H t...

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. — 24 December 1860

Til 15 XjAllJ X -1 lilOp. I IIIC1CIJ Ac CO., , anii-oas ad rnoraiwroaa. OFFICIAL PAPKR Of 1HB CITY. Secession Literature. f c. -i..u Us introduced a literature re- cvlhr'to l.m-ir, wblch will require a new m.:.-. "V .1U nf nfrtrc niT tUe IftW it UJl 'Vl t 1 - - M,l!id cmrcipea Fovrrcign Sttte, prec'.pitat ine revolution, firing the Southern heai dcitrovlnR nil hopes of a rens'rt'on of the I'nion, forcing a collision, oI03ioj the clptr of comprofnise and conciliation, and stnlirg i.with blood. The Enquirer has diKOTCied Ihnt to hold the United States foils at Charleston, is coercion ' therefore it iiiclndcs all the crimes above recapitulated ; tl.erefore they should be giren np. TLe Enquirer "don't want the Southern heart Cud more than it is now,'' And for fear the Southern heart would be fired, it would surrender Fort Moultrie. And we presume that It would have the Federal GoTeroment continue to pay the little army of rerenue officers in South Curolina, and the mail contractors, and...

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. — 24 December 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOR BAL,H "TOM 1HT," lost,". rotrn boarRiso,"'-,! vsnrasments coming andsr these bsadlngt, not n at ding v line, will be Inserted twins or '13 cents. W ANTl!f-TO FUROHAUB-Abont ten or Moore, WIMach Oo.'s, 1 , dii b WATED-A girl to nm and do chamber, work. ArrI? at 918 Longworthirtrai.t, be tween John and Bonth. .- deai-h WANTED- Hltnntion as hnueekoopor ur lalys nurse. Quod references glvea. Apple at No. J !J B ace-street de23 b V A T ED-Ol R L In private fam'lv. at 1 34 V Bnir-sw Reference reuulred. Uermnn pre IViod. . do23-l WA K TKO-O I H L- To"d o general timis ,w".'.TI In asm II huni'v-1 ort c nk, ntiliar an Irooer. Recommendations required, lu'iuirn at 344 Wee' S'-vonth-et. df-tj" WAMK1-A young man to tike an n.nnl in tern,t In A light end p.tytng business. ,a witflSnmto In rush liefi reuces given. Ad dress -Itii.lnfse" lit Press Office do23-b r A NiT PINBOARD! NO For a gentleman and wile, near Kvereit and Mnn-nte , In a private fiiniily. Add roes A. 11. C, B...

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. — 24 December 1860

THE DAILY -PRESS DION DAY. ..DKCKMtsKtt [Written for the Cincinnati Daily Press.] SONG OF SIXPENCE. THE CONCESSIONISTS TO OUR SOUTHERN BRETHREN. Y' ft 1hrn?M we people of lh North Jim I lc nion we .earned to bl Hi hold u-in ur vl-tmy- ar.ratilr, no! our anger worth. W ha'ever y '! h way leld Carrv oiir Nnii'mon whore yon list, Ard Vhrti yoni riving slave is tnisaed, Whistle lis, till yuur nouiide,atteid. Ve pra' von. le oliltlra renewed : l.ol cbuteli, nnd 'change, anil prayer and press, ft md niat,hi'd in the balance less 1 an tttr-aud-ftHtuer brotherhood. V buy jottr 1' tp at any cost , But hiirm 10 irnlllr . r 10 plf- hn h patriot sha I throw in himaelr, ,A:.d l o'tii g in tlie end bo lost. 'rs, if e do not pek Tnn fair, Ai.d if jniirse.111 can flttd tlie part, Titi.e H-iind ol rti-h neat to ourbcnrt, c II tmre our fuuthcru brethren there.) Nature and Individuality—Their Character and Laws. Nature, says Ralph Waldo Emerson, makes fifty I oor melonB lor one that is good, and shake...

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