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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 25 December 1860

V CUT CHIN ATI DAILY PRESS It KtftutMl dailr (jSpaaara Aprvaxcpptod) kf HKNHY HE JED c CO., pbopbHtors. 'T,yrtiat-yiiil-ri., tt, etiToVmjmi. J , Q a.iK rjINOINffATI DA1LT FBE8sV delivered' subscribers In Clrrclanatl, Covington and unrounding eltla and towps, M , S u .lAxtremalrl.twTleof v . 1 HITBN HINTS A WHi K, J.' riiuu totbi uuiu, rrrn or MATT,iw.-A9tngl coy!., 3 cents! OM -.h, 44to.; three months, SI ; one rr, Hi. AMUSEMENTS. I ii ; c ATJONAi,, THEATER. KCBR? CHBISTMAS 10 AtL. HAND PERFORMANCE ON CHRIST- .' MAS AFTKRNOOX. Professor Herr Taller, T11K GBEAT CEBMAX WIZARD AND MA . , . . GICIIAN, . j In bU Grand Tableaux of .! FUN, WONDER AND DELIGHT. i .j .. Coinmnelnc at t!i o'clock. J. - .1 AhiiIilon jh cents to alt parti of the house. K PIKE'S OPKRA-KOTTSK.-S. N. PIKK, Proprietor; C. T. Bauta, Btag Manager; J. A". HiaasaT, Treasurer. , , j , , .,, HOIiIDA"sFicTACLE.' ITX:K8DAT EVENING,. December M, and every evening during the week, too Historical Drama oi .:.' JOSEPH ABB HIS B...

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. — 25 December 1860

THK-l)AL"tJKKSri: tfJHKNBV HILTCD At CO, ' aorroas A t orrwiAL papkb or thb oitt. The Daily Press to be Issued To-morrow as Usual. The Pail" PM'WiU ha issued, m usuivl, t.rrow. air keen no holiday and, like Abasueius, know.no rest. We hopo, in tha meantime, tbat our many readers ana patiooiwiU ci joy a merry Christmas, ar.d be us jolly evef Mark Tnplejr was la his most rollick soma mood. as Usual. Secession not Disunion. Trr secessionists and the public at their command continually speak of tt-tfjri-m and tfi'rfh'm equivalent term. TIkj desire to asent Id ihe proposition, that the f ecessloa. af one or more States.destroys the Integrity of the " United States of Amer ica" as a government. Wlitn. they come to give that question a practical determination, they Trill probably ascertain that secession from, and dissolution of, the Union, are two very different things. Dissolution is not a necespary consequence of disintegration, even if the latter were, practicable under the Constitutio...

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. — 25 December 1860

WANTED. WAHTS." "FOB SALS, ' 14 FOB B1HT," Iyrrtrr," "FOTJKn,"' " BOABWHO,". C-A. wrtlsements eomtti under them kaarllajr., not Seeding Brc Hues, will be Inserted twice for 39 oents. WANTItI-Al'lfroln"1"lnnnl he"" work In a swell fatally.. Inquire t No. 4.11 John-street. . . .ile?5-lr tsrslTe Hetlees ArireSS T. 4. OBAVKH, at Moore, Wilstaeh i;o 's. j. t dl,il " SITUATION v -a-m in unit V V Wlta, ollaatesmlioalur laeh.'lel. Itiferenco flwn, i AIM. a swo. chHrt tioiBa. no oiuerti h.s m ravef. AnMtess B., this oflioe, 7 ANTKD-TO BKNT- -Bv A erouin'-pavlrta- V uuant. a cottar i f tliree or four rooms. In Ibis city or Corlnstoa. rtcoge address L., this rf- fl.e.. de2Vb W ANTKU-Ol Kb To di irenoral hnneswork litmm'll family a -ood (ik,mihw ant Ironer. Merornmendationii requlrffi. Inquire at 344 Went 8eventh-at. death l A.TKn-IIlU8K Inlhe western pal-tot the vv city, oontniniiis nine or tea rooms. Address It B Vies, killica, stating terra aoa location. ... , (daH-b) Vla-lit cents per lb fo...

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. — 25 December 1860

Tlli:.l)AlLYPllESS. TtTR.DAi'... ..IK'KMBH 9S Review of the Cincinnati Market, FOR THE WEEK ENDING TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1860. ASHES No rhRnpe In the market. Wa cnntinu to qtiote Pots at 4o., and Pearls at 3 LCOIIOL The market closes at 35c. for W per cent, ofer proof, less the nsnal dis count lo the trade. BROOMS No change in prices, and the demand local and limited. Weqnota; Common....:..... -....J'! 1"' nrn-v i !. 00 t.tr..s I 00.1 21 fcbkrr.. ...... S J-i.v-l Ml BITTER A Tull and heavy market all the week, and prices declined l2o. Per pound. Th. demand is chieHr local, and is quite limited. The sales tor the week add up 300 puckajjes, closing at 1313c for prime Koll, and lKHc for common to prime do. BAliK A fair demand, and the receipts being light, prices have ruled firm at $3 50 per cord for prime Chestnut-oak. BRAN, SHORTS. &o. The. market con tinues dull and heavy, but prices are not quotable- lower. We continue to quote : ltran, per tnn lw,Hwww..H.u.T Jo oosvm M...

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. — 27 December 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PAES3 U pafclkhed dairy (Sunday, not, excepted) f sxxcxrnv itErcu c co., rftOPBIETOBS. erne via a-rr., orv. cunoa-noun. H QtHOTVHATI PAILT MUSS to Oliver,! to subteribei', is Clnolnnatl, Oovingtoa and ramMsdlnf eltlM end towna, at th, extremely low price of A IIMKOINTIIWI K. pavasu om ASBtra, Paten or Manrae. Single eopln,, 9 cents: on nth, 400.1 tlne months, 81 i one yoar, . 4, AMUSEMENTS. IKK'S OPttKA-HOUSB.-. Pi. PI KB, Proprietor; 0. T. Hatim, titaga Manager. V, EuniT, Treasurer. ttOLIDAT"8PBCTACLE. 'THIS FVINIHQ, Pwmbff 27, nd every Teniog dnriript the week, tbe Historical Drama of JOSEPH AND illS BRETHREN. Babtlonianh. ltnrod. Mr. Jeantngv; Ralph m. Mr. Chaplin : KhoMiu, Mr IJale ; YiMPph, Mr. M or ti nier; Zoloe, Mies Hetty Warren jZnphna, MiH Fanny Denhnui ; Ulika, Him M. Badcliffo. II 1 aaae, Mr. Taylor j Joseph, BUst Susan Den in ; Zura, Mis Leclerc, loYPTUKg. Kftlock, Mr. Laoaffan. Notick Ttm Chahoed. Boon open at H to 7 ; Performance will commence at ff ...

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. — 27 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. "jblicNMV RHKO So OO., imtom u rnrumn. orriuiAL paper or ins citt. TDCNKDAT ..HBCRnUKIC. 'if Robbery of the Treasury. Why should not the OoTernmentTrcnsnry be lobbed by the traitor la th Administra tion, wl.cn thcTBre robbing the Government of lis ft.ms to put them into tire hands of trailers? Treason certainly need not hesi tate at plundering the Government of money. Sccietary Fiord seems to be mixed up with the abstraction of the bonds from the Treasury, lie began his official career with the Fort celling fwiotile, and hag been busy in similar wherries ever since. His of ficial acceptances, in violation of law, are !d to lie in circulation in New York to a Inrge amount.. It ie known, also, tlmta deficit of two mil lions h3 recently been discovered in tho Trtbsuiy, for which nobody can account. Ticsfou stems to be the only means of bal oncirg the accounts of this Administration.' The Shipment of Arms from the Lawrenceville Arsenal. hhiprcrfit of firms and munitions...

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. — 27 December 1860

WANTED. WAUTS," "FOB SALE," "FOB BHT," J,OBT," " FOTJND," "BOA BI1 NO," o.-Ad. wrtlaaaente coming under tbaee heading., not es Seeding Ave Una, will be Inserted twin fat US oentn. WAM'KII-A WBT-NUBttB- V Ji John at. -Anelr At WANTKH-M'T KK On Bank of I'ppnr Can. ut 0 Wolu-at. de3T.li IMATRIiY-Mgl't Linen- A pply at 1 8 Hupkiue-atroet. MJ ANTHn-lMMK coat Butter (hbl- tese well rcittin mended. HirlNTKII- A Tf work at l! Knee at -T do general hoU-O- None uood aunty uti. do;r.-b -sbkv twTltn.lt HITD AT ION Uv a voting man. v v to take rare of horses. m!llt cows and work in She garden, llolcreuco good. Jnqulroat 4t r linn-M-oet. dc3T-h 19 A good Uortnnn Otrl, a g-od . washi-raml Ironer. flood wages given. Aoelvatflelt West Ninth-st.. between ltatniiller and Freeman. ue7-h- -TANTKi V cook. yANTM ' erectuble l-ti.ii e.a conducted by a lady. Add. aho tide . B" Preie oflire. This week, part of an office or central locality, for a light, re- de27-u Mn-t IJ'it.fl WR K04 tO ' ji nitab!o per no....

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. — 27 December 1860

THE -DAILY -.PRESS. 1HKllV. ....DKCBirlBI.lt T ILLUSIONS. BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON. fTbla iwcnliar and hair-antlml Boara means bucN thongh, e ftar, not many will understand. IL-KD. I'im; : Flow, flow t lie wave, hated, Acctu.fd, adnird, The waes oi mutation : Ko anchorage if. 8lp i nt, drain it not Vi ho swill to die lit.. House too were born in, Friends of rour spring-time, Old man and young ma.d. Pay's toil mid its guerdim, They ie all vanishing, Fleeing to faMra. - Can Dot be moored. S-e tlie stars through them. Through trefirherons marbles. Know, t he .tars yonder, The stars everla:lug, Ale fnaitire alo, , And ewulatp, vaultttt, 1 he lambent heat-liKlilning, And gre-fly's night. When Ihon dost return 1d the wave's circulation, Hi-holding th.ahimnior, The wild diaripation, And. out of endeavor To clianae and to flow, . Tee craa tiecome solid, And f hantnms and nothing'! Metnrn to be things And eudla.s Imbroglio Is law and the world. Then first shalt thoa know, That In the wild turm...

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. — 28 December 1860

. CINCINNATI DAILY PRE S3 as faMlshst tiltf tBnndays aot excepted) bf HEIf HV IlKKD dec CO., rBOPBIKTOB. rrttns vnts-sr., ore. crtTOM-Bomja, f HE CINOTKHATl DAILT PBESi it delivers to ' .ttbterlben In Cincinnati, Covington Ana surrounding rttles and towns, at th extremely low prlos of ;'8ITKR CINTI A W K, ' r atasli umi OAknik. i ? - :4 Fatcts fir Bmim.-single copies, 9 cents? on otttb, 4 Oct threw months, $1 ; one year, 81 AMUSEMENTS. I illKF'S OPERA-HOCSK.-St. N. PIKE, A. Proprietor; C. T. bama, btags stanAger, J. 5", Hisecavi Treasurer. nOLIDAT8rKCTACLB. Tlf IB KV 15 SI NO, December 28, and every evening durlug the week, the Historical Drauia or JOSEP1I AND HIS BBKTHREN. BAnTTKfAKR. Imrod.Mr. Jennings : Kntphas, Mr. Chaplin ; Khosaen, Mr Hale ; Yus, ph, M r, Morti mer; Zolco, Miss Hetty Warren iKsc-lina, Bliss 1 anny Denham I Ollka, Miss M. Radoliffe. HrnnFWB. Isaac, BIr. Taylor; Joseph, Miss Susan Ileum ; K-ura, HIM Laclere. XnvrriANS. Ealock, Mr. Lanagan. Notici Titty CHAtarD. ...

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. — 28 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. HUNHY IKlCl3 Ac CO, nnu Aim pa ininoH, OrrlflAb PAFKB 01 THE OITT. FHinV. ..DECEMBER us A doss examination of the news by tele graph: from South Carolina, will show that disunion, in spite of the encouragement it re ceives frcm Washington, is in rather a droop ing condition. . The poor prospect that will atterd secession unless it takes the form of a di."so'ution of the Union, begiDS to be per ceived, and to pro Jure its proper moral e fleet. In pirportion as the insurrectionists are oMigf d lo face the realities, their courage exhibits a propensity to ooze out. The ter rific sece ssion ordinance is. a palpable lotting down. It is a ferocious declaration that things shall statd prtcistly at thy were It fere a portentous display of the secession ocnlntlary, and nothing besides. In fiicf, the fflice exhibits unmistakable symptoms of leinir nearly pin jed out; and, if indica t;ons are worth any thing if coming events cast their shudows befote nothing, a few months henc...

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. — 28 December 1860

WANTED. J "FOB, BALB," "FO BBMT," IokT." FOUND," " BOABDIN0," c.-Ad. rtl rr-nt coming under thee beading, not x witd valines, wiuretnserte4tir1cfor93ceBt. ' TKD-A WBT-M'IitiB-Apply at 4Qf .. -at. de7r-btl "l . NTF.n-KOTKS-Ou Hank of I'pper Can. fr a-le, at HO Maln-et. deJ7-b Y, V-TKI-A GOOD mBL-Ioio housework, V V j irlj at J. STEWARD'S Furultuns-slnre, nt fi v.- -,1 rmi-it. d2s-b : ' M f-I-1HMKDIATKLY-Elght Lloon. V ri at hasten. Apply at 184 Hopkiua-street. (de27-bJ l TvJ A Rood stock or Diy Goods, Boots V ..! shoes and Clothing, In exchange for "t ' tiil Estate, worth 20,000. Address Box I . i '-stollice, or Press Office. de24-tf - . rlils-ASlTUATION-llj ayonngrrmn, ' '. lake care of horses, milk i-on and work iu --.-:i.n. Reference good. Inquire at 48 Plum- ''-. dc27-b i t 'ANTKU-A good German Girl, a gl v cook, wa-Jherand Ironer. flood wages given. Arply at 54E4 Wait Mnth-st., between Bnvniillcr ml t reeniati. de27-b WANTfB- Thia week, part of nn office or shop, in a central lo...

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. — 28 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. FRII .. UEfRIIUKK SIS LINES TO A SECEDING SISTER. - One of Senth Carolina')! sister addressoa these rYrs-1 to the raluietto vixen on tier retirement from the I Dion : SIor C.irrlo, my dmr, 1 urn Horry to har Thai run ere ir t.'iidinf to tear, us; 1 ti y say it's a lact 1 Intt your trnuk is ell psrked, And you Iiope by such ooutluct to griev us. Too tiai-e always been naughty, A i.d v. llliul and haughty, Like a sjKil-d nui-x as you are ; r..iv.iiu ol jour K'auty, 'c"8tfill of duty You owe t.i ludutgant papa, 1 in sureymi can't say Sou'ie coi had your war In ench of your laniily broils; V hMn I vow ai 'I d.'dare S ou'ir hart your full share In each ol the national spoils. Just a nit for a season A I'd listen to lenon, JSor Ik-Im'vo what your false lovers say; Y- r their praj era anil their, signs, And ilieir fluttering lies, Will Ua J ) tu to ruin some cay. Tbv tilth they promise so air, (;', d reivers Ihty are, 1 rum the one whom lnt erenlng you kissed, To Hamsiokh ...

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. — 29 December 1860

f ICINN ATI DAILY PRE33 I. vnkUshed dellf trtnnaar, aotexeaatad) af 71 l.frmY'IlHttl) c OC. 4 rt ' tKbpjtiKTOBa., i i..: , Wng-TlirHT., OTP. COITOW-BOPil. r T i: OT BtOlSHATf DAILY fKBSS I. delivered to sahaeriber. In Olrmlaaerl, Oovlngaoa and t fwrrowndrng titles nd town,, at 1 th. extremely low Brio, of fl . . , RITINOIHTSAWI K J ' raTA to tvm oiarB,' r Twt Mti,nr. Single eopl, 9 cento; OM or.-.t!. 4 0o. three months, a, ; one year. Sit. . AMUSEMENTS. "t- oPKRA.irnrmn.-s. n. pikb, - - -i-rtet r; t:. T. Bmm, 6ut Manaar : J, ..! .ht, Treasurer. - . . :7V . . v BENEFIT OF MB. W. T. POBTKB, Scenic Artist. T ITTS EVENING, December 29, will be presented the iltsrerical Drama of , . reclng, during the week, ti e Historical Drama of .JOSEPH ASD HIS HRKTHREN. JIatvi. viams. lmrod.Mr. Joanings; Hatr-bas, Nrt ( I' i i!n : Khorsun. Mr Hnle ; YiiH.ph, Mr. Morll j 1 Zoic. Hetlr Warren t Zanhne, Mis. mmy Dennnni; Ulika, Miss 51. BadcliUo. B":rwi-iaaao. Mr. Taylor Joseph, Mist Susan l.'; mti Kara...

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. — 29 December 1860

THE DAILY PKES& I1BNHY BKEDIc CO., BBtTOM Ul rBoruiTnat. ' orrioiAL papru or T8 oitj frAt (,'ROAT. iKCFMnnR a Our National Dignity. Emistarie from the South Carolina Injur g ente are In Washington, rewired bf the rresidunt, and actually bullying htm with threats of loing their worst if he does not (ui render the national fortification into their ponewiion. Who will nj this U not a progressive nation, when Insurrection sends Commissioners to dictate to the Oorern 0 ent the terms on which it shall surrender tu them ? : Still Irrepressible. The Enquirtr refuses to say what it will concede to pacify the Southern heart and are the Union. ' According to its own Irresistible logic, we hare to hold it respon sible for the destruction of "the fairest fabric of human government on which the un ever shone ; one founded by divine wis dom." We repeat for the third time, will the En quirer surrender its popular-sovereignty, and concede the right of protection te Slavery in the Territories, an...

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. — 29 December 1860

WANTED. ab av. i-a, vn on u) B v ai i tort," "FOUND." JklABMatO,'' Ad- Man una t II ran a a b Bri . aa aur wtla)nt. eomfTir nailer then, hevltnirs, not mrdln fi valines, tfi ba IneertaO' twin for ill iets. WANTED A BAFE A new or Moond-hanl Safe. Address, giving (lie, prlee and plaoe, lock-ru 63. dW-o VANTKD A OOUP 01 H L To d j houw rk. V Apply at J. '30 Wn.t t-lftti-p? HTKWARD'S Jurirlture-atoro, T-VANTKIt TwolveoMitsforW. I. tloffae rno- v half chicory, one-half peas, nfi'l the other tinlf sroand tl(h eomrtb'na el Warranted pi"-a t ixx W, B, PF.VIN, j Walnm-t. de!-la AltTKD B DDK 8-For a gmilaman anj wifc, two furalataerl room! an-l one nnfur tilehed, with or without board. Ban of refarnris cjItko. IUreot to 1). K. f Buraat Honae. AtZ-ip "mmANTKD-A good ato.lt of Dry Uooda, Boot V v and Plioaa arid Ulotnin, in exrh Ulire fur first --law B.ial Batata, worth San.000, Auoraia box d2-tf 'J, 193, I'natofnce, or Frees Ofti,-. f,7 ANTrtn-BOT-An active, Intelligent and v cleanly hoy to wa...

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. — 29 December 1860

't ;t I " ti -VTi1 I ( THE PAjLY PRESS. [From the New York Ledger, January 5.] A DAY DREAM BY THE DEEP. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. A da drA by tha dark blue deep; V- ft x dream, or wmetnlna mortT I Ht wh ivwiltpn'gitf, Witn iM trey sbelTes. o erhnnf the snore. On ruined Roman wall STmind The poppy flaunted, for 'twas Mf ; And Mod tWt, with ffrntlc senna. Breke tbe Hi ht billows of the bay I wt and wntrlied the e'erws.1 flow Of tboie Mnoolh hillnw,, toward the shore ; Vhilf ju.Terfi sjlioes of Hfrht, below, Ban with them on the ocoau floor. Till, from the deep, there seemed te rlM .n. , White arms upon the wae culpr. ad, Toiint farm, lit with -uft-bltio eyes, Andsmooth, round cheeks juat touched with rod, Their Ibne, fail treaw, ttnird with sola1. Lay float.i'S; on the ocean streams. And anh iheir browa a bard! behold, i,uv stricken barus, in morning dreams. Then moved their coral lips : a strain . Low, sweet and sorrowful 1 hoaid, Af if the murmurs of the main Wort aha ped to ay liab...

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. — 31 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. ! KMKY HRBO stc CO.'; PB0PBIETOB8. , J evnjw-via-T., of. nmi-Mtn, v A- :ri OTHOIRHATI DAILY PBBflfl I. dMvarad to tubfterlbers Id Cincinnati, Oovtaftoa and 4 aqiTQnjMllnc cltlas and IgwMi Mi; ( " Ull M Mtrasaely low trie, of 1 1 '- R1TIH 0 KM T 8 -A W B K, fatabu to nil outm. r w e rArfr.l.tng1s copies, 9 cents OH : A4to. three month. 91 ; one year, 94, AMUSEMENTS. S.PKH A-lI.M srl.-r. N. .PI KB, rroerlotor: C. T. bviTB. Btajra lumtjl. uifi Treasurer, ? 'NDAT rVKMNi NQ.Eec. 81, wM bo presented i of - tistorrcal Drama . JOKKPH ASP niS BRSTtlREN. . ; rnsi.- imrot, Mr.- Jennings ; K alpha", Bfr. t oarlin : Khoaaan, Mr Halo ; Yitaeph, Mr. Mortl nr Koine, Miss Hotty tVarren : Zaphna, Mies ianny llenham; Ulika, Miss J. Badolifle. """ipKWB. Isaac, Mr. Taylor ; Joseph, Miss Soma 1 ':1-Ueiln Kara. Miss Leclero. - -Wniiii.-Kalock, Mr. Lanagan. tci Tusk CriA-osn. Door, open at X to T I vt-manre w(ti commence at . put 7. rvrATIONAI.TH KATF.R -JOHN BATES At Managar ( I. 8. Hahut...

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. — 31 December 1860

THE DAILY. TJtESS. , m -.! - tHTOif aid raoraiawaa. orrruiAL PA-i-kB or Tins onir. ..HMrKfnR3i Mr. Pugh and his Coming Address. The Hon. George E. Pugh haa consented to address the people of tl)iiitj upoa the proenl conditionof aflaira,at Smith & Nixon'i Ball, this areaing. , That Mr. Pugh will present any other than a party view of the case Is cot probable, if any one roayjadga by h's late speech in the Senate. Hia legis lative course, thus far, docs not indicate that bis nind lias penetrated beyond party ex igencies, or contemplated any thing more than party results. To raise the temperature throughout the non slareholding States high enough to burn out the Republican Tarty, Is the policy indicated by those with whom he co-operated ; and it is not prob able that his exertions will be directed to ward a more rational enterprise. He will, therefore, seek to give an aspect of dignity and importance to the doings in South Car olina; and while be professes great lore of the Union, ...

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. — 31 December 1860

WANTED. 1- ' eWAtV "fO SALS," " FOB BBNT," W)ST," FOUND," BOABDINO," A.-A1- .rttssmea ts eomlng nndarthse beading, not rilng Sv Una. wlD be inserted twloe for 39 Mala. VANTBD-GIRL to do hmiw wort in a prl V V vat. tamlly. Apply at 78 Bightli-el. Uod ' t-fsrences required. dMIb T w iMivMn tn airea m iwmra ina aizEnaii. Ad- fr t 61 Hut Konrth.it. JXANTKO IlSlTSS-By a prompt-paying ten v ant, a house, containing lis or oight rooms. Ue.H-- AMrwi HOMIt, Fress Office. deSO-b 7ANTliD-T0 DIKK-A Home and TooBog v gy, two day la each week. 011 at No. 70 n ntst. de.-b yANTKD-Two unfurnished rooms, suitable v for gentleman and wifo, without board. Ad- Bom 1,840; ttatlng location, Ac. duTO-b VANTED-A 8AFK-A new or second-hand ' f tafe. Address, firing alu, price and place, ITA NTKD-To eiclmne for m wtw.nnt bnU4(nj ' f lot In ttHs city, to $00 worth of fnnr Hfln. mbr.t(ipripm. An. Atmlr ait mr tnrn. lilt h-tt. W. 11. TAYLOR, doSO-b - VANTfiD-A purchiuor fur OofTe-house ne.ir . th r.rr, doing a fn...

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. — 31 December 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. ....DRCRMnBRat the New York Independent.] THE INVISIBLE WORLD. BY HARRIET BEECHER STOWE. . " ' it llw artnn n. Ilka a elosat liiHwiirtii , :. Tet tbe sweet cloalns; of en y ' '-- Jaay fcrl" a there to be. - . i IM r"H brneros fen mit cheek, Amid r ur worldly nsw, ' j' ' ft ffeatle .nfcee whisper love, And mingle with our prayer. ' t. . , gwM heart, aranad Vt throb and beat. ' 8mt helping bends era etirrej. i And pelplta'oe the Tall between VmU bieethlaineliBeet beard. ' Tt,e elleaoe, awful, aweet and r.almt " Th.r have no power to hieak ; . ' Fvr mnrtal words are sot for thorn ( To utter or partake, - ftethln, en aofrTao sweet, they slid. i nMr to prei the fm- They seem to lull us to our rest. And melt Into our dreaia. A And In tbe bush of rest thev briny 'Tis easy now to see, ' H ew lorely aod how sweet a pass The hour ot death mar be. ' 11 To Howe the eye, to close the ear, . Wrapped tn a tranoe of lilies. And jrritly down in lorinjr arms, To swoon to that from th...

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