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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 1 January 1861

, daily press. 'hd AMI? OSimaar not oepti) Vf - Alt Y ItKKI) V CO., ' i - pbopbibtobb. -1 . -vrna-av., eee, cviTOM-Hontm. r ""I DAILY PRKSSt iet(w4 () ' xclnnatl, OOTlOEtOB ul tnnding cltlae end towni, at ,,h extremely low Brio of m tiL TO t OUUK. ' MATi.Twe. Ringle ooptea, 9 One i three month, lit 1 one your, fl I AMUSEMENTS. ' ' .. tj O. T. nana, blag Manaaerj J. i ' foaanrer. ' i ' y V 1 7J'K,'1''0i Jin- w111 be treento ' ; lrama of At -i J AND IU9 BRKTTThfcTT. 7 Jlmrod.Mr. Jcnnlng : Kalpbaa, Mr. , .n,Mr Huln ( TiifIi, Mr. Murti k. Hetty Warren l Zaphna, Mia Jn i Uuka, Mis M. Badcllffe. ' jc, Mr. TuTlrf i Joaeph, Mtaa Susan ' i jf alls Loelen;. , ;. .. . ) M.tock,Mr,Xiii(tfwi.' . . 1m Chaniim. Door on at M to 7 : re will cinnoieno at X pant 7. JSlr will cnnmenoe ai V i Uprr SEW-YEA TER.-JOnn IIATBS, BAB TO ALL I wilt Ha imnnlnil tha $ ijej'lary Tatrlotio Jlrama entitled " ( if HOBSB-RHOR KOBINHON; i 'f- Tin Datti.i t KiMi's Mountain.. ; ' viur Butlo, Mr. Hanloy ; norp-ho Roo- r. ...

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. — 1 January 1861

THE DAILY TKljgg. " HEWhV KICKIJ V 3 .. o .u aa raraia aa. o'FH'iAb nrr-H ok phe otTi. TITf SIAY .. ....... JANUARY t Mr. Pash's Speech Yesterday. - T1 mtlngt Hmith k Nixon'i Hall jestcrdaj afternoon, to bear the Hon. Geo. E. PugU discourse upon the state of the Union, was Tery large the hall being full. The speech bore the evidence of preparation, and wee handsomely delivered and system atically, though rather unski'.lfulli-, Ap plauded (he gentlemen engaged in that enrice exhibiting more teal than either taste nr rlierrntifm. Tn tlift NnMh tKsirw. was tin appearance of a disposition on the part of Mr. Pugh torie aborethe plane of his prri ous political history. ITe would save the Dtmocratic Party first, and the Union after ward, if it should happen to ifrjtut as con venient. His standard of political values' being thus, it would be idle to look for any masterly views of the Constitution, the province of government, or of the policy likely to bring about a state of things more desi...

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. — 1 January 1861

WANTED. v. 1'; I . - I 1 , "my NT1" A KlTVTIld Hf a lo inai nas I Lad "--d experlrtiea a.ilW and ITir. ' V!STEI-t- GIBL-fo do enerl bouse, 'i Vrork. Aprjf M 1ST Went Sigatu-eJ.e. ?STF.f GIRL To do homework In prl- He family. APPiy 3 ., ... rcdtH rod . d"1 b TKD-GIRL-A 1 Fast Koiirth-ot. UvATKD-GIRL-A Pice, ttrtT -r-aa Ulrl, Vtann the aee of twelve ana sixteen Ad- Ileal-- NTim COOK . ffood Herman Oirl, ee V K AWT t 1U Fonrth-atrect, tie ..Mum and Uenlral-av. Wood reference re . ' - jai-b ' V7 i?0roand Top "A ' J1EB-A HOT -TO IHR R Two deve In each wwk, . UHH ? or. Will MKR VT HVUII No. lie front-street, Moat To not tTD. Mnt hT tperlence snnlclont to read manmrrlpt r- and miRB a clean yiwu nuuio a incinnnu, v. j-1 Box b 1 KTtD-i Ml Rilt-GIRL Apply, after 10 k v x 'ock in the morning, at me corner oi nace ilii r-street, over PKRHLEI'S Urocerr-stei-e, BEI.l, An A No. 1 doublv in: beet. -ne-llsh make. Toot R HKKKSKOHD'8. composition roofer, sdway, l-lnclnnatl, u. ueve-r- 1M.-IT1U-IU K h'...

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. — 1 January 1861

TUB DAILY PRESS. jANUAKt 1 Financial Affairs. la Monetary matters yesterday thcro wiu litt! more animatirra tban hoi boon usual on lioncfsy, of late, on account of tho bnat nrn nf two dnvi fall in if In one. Tho de mand for Money was rery good, though not very pressing, as the Bankers, who reported at tlio close of Bank-hour that their Col lections and Bills-receivable were goncrnlly met. : The supply of Currency was further red'iced during the day, partially, it was supposed, from the preparations for the 4th inat., when the Taper maturing will bo re markably heavy. The market closed vory stringent but healthful, and with A good tone for a panic period like the present. Eastern Exchange waa without any par ticular alteration from Saturday, except I)rafta on Philadelphia, which were consid erably better. They will probably continue to improve, as there is a prospect of an early resumption of Specie payments thero. Bal tliuoie 15 growing better also, but prices are B.i tiioy were at ...

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. — 2 January 1861

IB" i THIS: DAILY TRESa Jm sabtlshed dally Wunsay MlaniM) tf WmVliV Tl r. If! Tl Ar. no' i FBomiBTOBa. ' 1 erripw vim-ar-i w, onrroM-Bocn. tHB CINCINNATI PAIITTPBSi u delivered, subscribers In Cincinnati, Uovlagtoa aad 1 gammndlng oltlM ud towns, at the extremely low trio of M I 8 1 T B N DIRTS 1 W H K., , ' " rATABLE TO TBI OAkSima, fiim or Bn.m.-Single eosles, 9 eentst oae - Mith, dSo. three months, VI ; on year, S t. AMUSEMENTS. rr llIIKK'H OPKH A-tlOITSR.-H. N, Proprietor) O. T. sauia, btage Ma ' ' J jr. Ennit, Treasurer. TBtB ITIHINS, Jan. I, will ne PIKBt aoagerj 4. presented the Hifltoric! Drama of JTOSKPH AWP HI8 BRETHREN. pABTLowiANrt. lmrod, Mr. Jenning; KaiphM, Mr. CliapUn : Khoe-nn, Mr HaIa ; Yiuoph, Mr. Mort- jnwr( KoU.e. Ml-a Hetty Warren: dSanhna, Mtsi . Fanny Henri am til Ik a. Mis M. jUdclifle. BrRKKWH. laaac, Mr. Taylor; Joseph, H.as Susan Den in i Earn, MiM Leclerc JoTTTiABS.-Balock, Mr.LuUfta Kotit Tim Chawomd. Poori or-u at M to 7; Performance will rTmm-TK at S ...

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. — 2 January 1861

TUT? T"l A IT V PRPW 1 JL J 1 FJ J1 1 li X i. 1VIJOO. , UKNHY HEBUcOU, , him An raorais lean. " i orrioiAk rAPKK or thb cutt. WKnNKSFIAT JANUARY Tenth Annual Report of the House of Refuge. Tbe progrtM of thi inetltulion, ahere the bad boy and girls of Cincinnati are to dm the. ftjrU of the Pothboy-Ha11 circular take in, boarded, clothed, washed, ironed, educated, refcraaed, furnished with pocket money, Moral precepts, and religion) train ing, and returned to the world rirtnan and bappy, muit erer be a aource of gratification and pride to the cltitens of Cincinnati. In announcing their tenth annual report, the Director devoutly acknowledge the assist ance they bare receired from the Dirine Hand in the management, thus : . , "In the riw ol the year's history the Board would fail, in a censurable degree, to omit a cordial recognition of the thvint limit in tbe W and mnlllplicd mercies confer rd npon this Institution ; and al tbongh they can not say as they did in their ninth report, th...

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. — 2 January 1861

WANTED. t-- ' ,--WAT," "FOE, SALE," "FO MST, (W8T." FOrjHD," "BOABPIJEO,'' Aa " . rttai.os eomlng uMlbM hoadin-o, ao ' ..-..a. uaa ii ml i li miillilm for 11 neato fojANTKfTOIRLs-T' T T ami housework, o girls to do eewlng Aleo. three girls to board, at f4 rwwm-i Jain WANTED- A nteel nurse girl, to go to St. Louis to live with private famllya Apply, with references, to onV- of Spencer House. il b I WT V II A ffnnd fmnk. one thnt oan Wah and Iron Toll; no other, need apply. Ap.ly JIM' V WANTFD-A and Iron wo ait store oVA 1'earl-st. 4t a fi ni aiTtl ATins-Itv a lad that haa ft had goi! eiperlonre a Barber and llftir- It-seer. Aodress J. O, W., 6.1 Abigall-st. Jal-b' 5TA rVTKI A GIKT. To do general honsn- T work. Apply at 157 West Uighth-it , noar Tn. laVb ANTEO-Two good girl, one to cook; tha other to make herself generally ninftil; bo- -n the ages of thirteen and sixteen year,. Ap- IT W othvr to mak hrH snnrallf nnfiil; bo , ti Hie ftRPt oi imrinn anu Rixtean years n WANTRD-A itimtion...

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. — 2 January 1861

THE -DAILY Tit ESS. . JANUARY TO MR MISTRESS. BY THOMAS CAREW. Art ens ao ami where Jot bestows, V hen June in mot, the t.dlag ruse) ' For in yrair beauty's orient dfep Taeee Sowsra, aa in their oamte, alaep. Art no more whither folk stray" I ha oineH iptmp ni ill" nnj , Th ol1eH Atnm fl 111 HI or, ia pure love, rlsavea did Bvw TboeepowdsreW enrich your hat para air. v Art mT whither trAh haeta , Jhe nigbtlnasle when Mar is rs i . For In jour iMt dividing throat Bbe winters, and keepe warn hor Bote. Ask ana no aior wher. thnae etare light, That downward fall In Ueil of niglit: - For it your e?e tliay alt, and there fixed beoonie, m la their sptMira. Art me no more If east or whI . 0 h. PhoMilx build ber splry neat; lor nnte yoa at leant she tltea And in roar fragrant boeout dies. The Advantage of Recreation. Benjamin F. Taylor, of the Chicago Evert' ing Journal, writes thus: . Reel? atlon Is one of the bnst-abuied words la the EdrIMi laogHafre. How absurd the application! that are 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. — 3 January 1861

THE DAILY rilESa fe HHkM AMir Utnnasjrs act sxcepted) br I HENHY RKRU ete GO.,! . rBOPRIETORS, mo-tma-MP.) opk trntnif-Boon. " , TBI ttKClRS ATI DAIVT Mm h delivered M . . ,gutserlbers In Cincinnati, Covington and ' yurroendlag ettlsi and towns, at Hi sxtremaly low prion of A 1ITIN OlMTR.l W B K Mtu to ewa at ax ran. 4 4 Fvrens Mrt,nea.-tn1 coptee, cental OM smth. 40e. llinn months, 91 ; one y ear, rii. I AMUSEMENTS. IllHt'fl Ol'KRA-IIOiJB.-.1N. I'lUK, M. Proprietor! o. t. bairn, nuii auttHi V. Bebbsbt, Treasurer. 4 f. ' PimEFIT OP MK tt t. BSHTH.. THIS KTIR1FO, Jm, I, will bs presented 1 lot the hut time but twof the Historical Urania of JOSEPH AHP 1118 BRETHREN. ' Bri,niiAis.lmrod,Mr. Jennings ; Kalphas, Mr. Chaplin t Kbnnsnn, Mr Halo j Ynseph, Wr- Mortl ., pier; Eolov. Mies Hetty Warrau : f-aphna, Mlee Beany Denhain j Ulika, Mist M. Badcliffe. Dimtuwt. Imic, Mr. Tailor; Joseph, Mm Biuan Uentn ; Kara, MiM Leclero. , f , ' . , r " SstfTiaks. Knlock, Mr. Lanagatl. ' ' ' CoDg "1'ia o...

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 January 1861

rpi I Ti T 1 TT V TT?TrilCl JL J ITj JLyAUil I .IVIjOO. ! .I I I t 'J '- J - I. rvf 't , oifmiiaL fafeti of the oiti. THI RHD4T .JANUARY t Cincinnati Weekly Press. Onr weekly editioa k rmbli-hed this morn- Ifltf, and Is forsaleat the cquntlng-roorn at t three cents single. Fersou not within oon- renient reach of the daily, w'll And the ' Wciklt Prim the beat substitute, and a complete newt and lftefary Journal for the ..'J&lnUv. Subscription price $1 year. - Miss Hardinge's Lecture To-night. Emma Harding (he this evening, at the Congregational Church, at the corner of Fourth and Race-streets, , for tbe advancement of her plan for found ing a place for the. jescne and employment of outcast women. The humaae will hare an opportunity to hear a lady of remarkable eloquence on a subject to which she has de- roted herself, aad will be able to jndge for themselves of the merits of the plan which she proposes for mitigating' one of tbe most hopeless evils of Christian society. This lect...

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 January 1861

WANTED. "WANTS," "POH, HAI.B,". "POA SB NT," lOST,"' " FOUND." "BOAftbUlBV!. A0.-A4-frertteeBsenta eomiaa under thMevfevadlajra ageing In Una, will be Inserted twio for 45 en la. ANTFI-A OOOJ) TAlt,OBKSSj-At No 91 Hani Founn-x., IB Ira .itory, juir WANTRD-TO LAPHSS'-HHOIf MAKKItH A slnul i n welt end turns. Inquire at 849 Tilnn St., between Conrt end Cle.k. j.Vb VANTKD- rood dining-room gill ct have V V ft perrranent fUr and g od wages, at ISA Ilnin-t. None but good seed apply. jeS-b WANTKII-A CHII.D-Dr reapec"-''!" lady, to t he hum to wet-auras. AUdreae 0 ttl lQ- CT, this ofltce. j b XViKTRD-iB"-' ,h Herald Offlee, 1 3 v wet F urih-t.; one that oaa et type, pa ther need apply. jal-b WANTIIO-OULS-Twk girls to do eewing end housework. Alio, thre girleto board, at SlOwrjMl. , jaa-b WANTED- lntil nurse girl, to go to Ht. L-ouIa to liv with a private family. Apply, with reference to office of Bpeneer Hume, jus b WjINTKD-A good cook, one that ou tnh vv and Iron well; do other oaod apply...

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 January 1861

rv.'iir the daily press: . I.,.. JANITARY a [From the Knickerbocker Magazine.] THE GIPSY'S REVENGE. BY FITZJAMES O'BRIEN. ' Itrw loyons o-rfsy Is In. ' "M Tn. , ' ' i - . With inn aid .tream.r. and ht tort of Thay fintlerns'tnrrsrs and fcattlemenu hrown, ' And theeeHnttjstblra In to mm a king. I Th. sejtrn nowror has put In his breast, And his faoe Is bright Jericho roM That, alter arenlurj 's withering rest, UuwriwfcJosita petals and saluoly blow. , Th nrown-nrsastfii swallows aloft noil alow, j awoop tester and larthsr then ever liefer, ' ,r And I'm nn that ih.rock on tit. .teple will crow YY ben b he.r. n-mn the city th. jubilant ror. The fcirls sir as tsy holiday fleet, And rlbtxms ere streaming from bosom find hair, And tb.y hiiif k is th. leceof each young ma th.y - .;. DM-t. And the fount; men reply ! w Insolent stars; . i 'Tie not srithout re aeon the old town is (tar, ' And banner and ribHons ore reddening the air, For boantifu Bertha will marry to-dar With gallant young Al...

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 January 1861

THE DAILY; Fit ES3.1 It pabllshed daily (NunaBotaropted)fca ' i UKNHY 11KKO c CO.. ' V FROrBICTOBS. . rriea yrxi-gT., on. owoh-hottm, -,j THI OIHOINHAT1 DAILY FKK98 It delivered le en Uteri bar In Clnotntufti, Oorlngtea end i tarronndlng elite tad town, at Mm extremely low trio of SITEh'CINTS WB K, PAtABU ro run uum. Ttm or in. Single copies, 9 sent) om onto, asvo.t inrw mnnins, fit ; on year, H4 AMUSEMENTS. THIS KT1NINQ, Jan. 4, will be m-esentea lor iiH sasi nine pm gov, cue Historical Vntma of JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHRKIL Babtioptab. imtd!.Mr. Jonnlng; KaTphB., Mr. t baplin : hnowiii, Mr Hale ; Yusnnh, Mr. Mortl Bier; SMoe. Mlu Hetty Warren : Zaphna, Mis anny Denliam i Ullka, Miss M. BadolKfe. Bre.rwi.-I.aac, Mr. Tor lor J Joseph, Mm Susan . IHinln 1 Zara, Miss Leclero. , ... tsTiriANB. Betook, Mr. Lanagan. , Bong "I'm only ilirf-two" Marian M. Smith. To conclude with - ' 8WED1BH HIOaTISOAtB. Jenny Leatherlung (with songs), Miss Fanny Den . boan; Itaroa Swlgin Berry, Air. Ohaplln. No...

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 January 1861

THE DAILY rilESS. l"?. JIKKH sS CXV I j "i 1 orFII IAL t'Al'KH or THd OlTT FHIttV.. . JM'I 4 The News. Our tefaihi(f difpttchM this luomintr j niW Xc found iinusuallr Intorrstine;. It is- bfpiimii'u to be rmliKed Hint the position of, i .I'sjor Atiderroa va too far betrayed by the Irtaclerj of Ibe AilminiftTRtion, to be tared by bi bad inoYement. Conspiracy, en-! coumgtj ty ti e conbivnuce of the Admin-' irtrsiion, and the hmnbl altitude of the friends of tbfc tTnlo,'lhietea theorerthrow of the Goverflinenf. Also, nh Interesting report of tho debate in the Senate, will be found.' ' The President's Fast Day. Tliii is the President' duy of fasting and ptaycr for deliTCry from political troubles. He said that hopes of human aid had given ot.t, and prey'iDg was tho only thing that could help us. At that time he had virtually Surrendered the Charleston forts, by an agree ment with the South Carolina insurgents that they fKould-remairf in a condition to be leiesd by them at their convenie...

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 January 1861

WANTED. IOHT," "FOUND.? POA B OI (, cr-A. VartlMnBU eoMtn tnilr thm st-Mrting. iMM Neilnc lln-. U( Mlmwr 1 twit for 113 onvta. 11TANTHDA GOO!) TA1MRV.38- W JCnnt Vonrtb-fft., third ntorr. At No t COO KA napeolV'ltt wrtrnnn in TV crok, at tli Aitfctt-fitU Hutiw, 7 J WnlniU blwwft Hlxtb nr". Povf nth ' ja4-b' WANTBlilBt Arriy . th lift -lttl)lT-ff tlrrm..r. nr V h. ft. th of Al.r. HDilNt.Tr. TATIiO-A t EWGKNTLFMKV-To b ar4 v au private notuo- UJ7 Urondw?, ncU f fferevth St., went (hd. IV"T'!"1"1 Washwoman find one Girl to ww no rjimtK.-rworB, at me Mudlson ll,ime, fjovlpgton. B y. Ja4b VA!STE,,-"'ro ATiK'-pnns) makkiim- vY A single man en welts and turns, lnquire'it 143 Linn rt., bctweeu Court and Ulerk. jaS-b YlTANTaD-a aood dlninff-rooni eirl Rita have V v a pern anent place and giod wages, at 1HA Ilnm-st. 'one but pood nepd apslf. ja-b WANTFI-A (UMUn-By a Voapoolal.le Mr. to tiiko home to wet-nurse. ,AddrussI)Kir KT, this nfnee. . ja3 ! - aVaNTFD-A B)-t the Hcrnlil Om, a. 1:1 otbor...

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 January 1861

Til K DAILY FKESS. FttlHUV JANUARY THE PAST PASSION. BY GEORGE ARNOLD. Th (iinint low nM rpt. - 1 h rf4? Mwwowl f or n ' ': 0vr ft rth, wltfcr fwiry foot V'cnl patleriLt nerrilr. . , Al'ftimmer tli rww IlifHf. thr-ir thon.ii from oitlit: A') nnmmr tnr tuiMio4-tft hf-ivrt bfnt WIM, Wiihftprartoklted4ulich(. V, Autumn n.o drojw trnt Od Hie omiM, drwf-ily; J Hie Anmmr I found bo long tftd iwttt ' If m fWed forevtr from me 1 llnrfnr eiirh trtortiT ttonsh i ho ftuJCi ftrwwithrlntr fort. (i And mr iMMioBiite tit-art bnHkwr, W ua l S ffPT f I ATI t HM( I BY GEORGE ARNOLD. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. . . Accorilng to the President request, the Hanker agreed yesterday to obserre to-day aa a holiday, and consequently all the Hank ing Loueci Vill be closed, except for the jxment of inch Paper as may mature on toe 4th inst. A question has arisen in Third-street re specting the right of Bankers to protest, if not paid on the 3d, Paper which fell dee on tiie 4tli, Or, in other wor...

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 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS.' U sb1ISB.e dally thnngays noteroepted) f HKNIIY UK TCQ Sc CO., PBOPRIITOM. 4 - wria nf.i off. ottstos-hous. SHI OTHCIEHATIDAILT PBBSS li delivered te gabseiibsrs In Cincinnati, OoTlngtos and J ' pumondfng eltiM and teens, M. V I .- sns umnv ew pnoe of flKTGN OINtg A W E Ki - muu to vii miin. riw rv MArrA.-inie en1s, 41 en om euth, Oc.i Him mnntln, ft I one er, U l. AMUSEMENTS. 1JIR K'S OPKRA.IfOIWH.-H. N. PI KB, Proprietor; 0. T. smitr. blags Mansew; J. I". BsaaasT, Treasurer. . THIS V I S I If 0 , Jan. V wilt be presented fofthe last time, the Historical Crania of rfOHBPH AHD 1118 BRETHREN, Babtlohians. Imrod, Mr. Jennlnrs; Kalphs, Mr. Chaplin; Kbossan, Mr Ualel Yuscph, Mr. Mortl- nier; Zofoe. Miss Hetty Warren : nphna. Miss Fanny Denlmm; Ulika, Mis. M. Radcliffe. HvaRF.wg. Isaac, Mr. Taylor; Joseph, Miss Susan Licnin ; 3nra, Alias Leclerc. KetPTiANS. Kalock, Mr. Lanagan. Bong" I'm only sixty-two" Marian M. Smith. To conclude with SWEDISH FIOUTIN0AL1C. ' ' Jenny L...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 January 1861

TJHtt DAILY IHUgg ihtou ra raTva. I (iVkiciai. caprh r thi vitt. J4NIAM V ft feATt'H Is-. Faith and Works. Vvi-ie fbo North ."'r.t jes-t:iln-f . arid took 10 prayer to tnrt trie TJnlori, 1L0 5!obi'.iDs showed thoif faith hy their HfiliJ, atd oti an nnftj stomach, earlj in lie moruii gi took tie United Btates Arse n ii, ith 78,000 stands' of arms and a stock of ammunition in proportion. Double and Twisted Statesmanship. HiaDouKl.ia leaden are now uannimous in tie opinion tLftt under the Missouri Com promise the coubtr; erijujed quite a beatific a'.ste of barmony and fraternity. Trier re pealed it. The country lias hot enjoyed per lect beatitude since. Now the same party proposes to restore it, with the additiou that south of that line slavery shall be protected by Cooitres. The Enquirer says this addi tion will be necessary to make it a compro mise dow. 5o it teems that the net profit of the repeal of the Missouri Compromise Mnd the consequent agitntion, is Congress ional protection ...

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 January 1861

WANTED. W1IT," FOUND," "BOABOTHn," , A vertlaemant omnlns movr-thee beaain.s, so en mains It Una, will be Inserted twin for . oaaM. WANTF.D-A GOOD OIHU At Ail t-anrel-et , to do general liousewr rk.. tiood wag-fts. Ap ply soon. )ae b WANTfcn-OOTrAUK Of Iwoorthrre room., In the contral part of the city. Art.lress C. !., this oillce. . ' j9-l. raVTPK-A JI 111.-Ti ln li ,n.i,.rk. d.ll , at 149 Ninth-t , between Kim aud Bace. ,J - J WilNTI'D-A few Slilit makers, at No. 1.14 V v Mam-st , tw (loom eb ,ve Fourth Oall bo tweea the board of II and I o'r.lnelt P. M. )e-Va tVANTKI)-ODO K- A r-pectble wman to If onoa, ai the Austriilla House, 'i 3 Walout t., between Klath and Seventh. Jatb ANTKn-GIRb-fcnher tlerruan or Welh. Apelv at the honse of ALT. bTR.Ml.rr, lr0tffwitrth St , five doors east of Stone jat-b WANTKO-A KEWGENriiKHPCN-Tobianl at a rrlvate house tfgT Broadway, next to Jeven1l St., went side. jat-lv WANTKD-One Washwoman anil one Girl to do chsmberwork, at tue Aladiaon House, sjuvi...

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 January 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. J M J A R V 3 PREPARING THE DEAD FOR THE TOMB. BY ANNIE M. DUGANNE. Tonob hr Hh e?Mt1 fin, ft-ivii1; "Ti liAtd to know hot (Meivnc LrMthiew there; h ? r,!ft we did rf npfd torn. yonr enr, Jtnl rdirtt. grtef nil powet to net suapradt. Bhff nfl tha naff rat -onr Mvwt l.1i.-Mnrywv Jimt Mnwmliwf Iff womanhood life's woah Hudfcpreut du thorns to mar the petals bland. (Vhipop br Ilmbf it that wet frara . And rrcxlrit d-Riiity that fi Iipt own, V'h't tbv arc pnrri; now fhnt nh In gont Of her late anfterinir conceal all traoa. Kar. How hr eye more flrmlr, ao The pflkr fi-inA of Ihe linn mn? ahada Tt"f iKht)naa pupila. uii will not npltrnld Thia fund (xnctiug pride, born of mich woe ! Wa conld look on bnr till our ayoa Wate blnd Inm jt"Xinir. and we should not tire; TM ard-len grit i has ftour 1n-rte m fit-p, Lika Jephtlift,oiir kwwt f.rl veaacntu Her featurea are rlan!rtff-tepf Tin Iim are wrmthinji with the oldn !.., That aroVo her trui'M-tnt of thought nf yuile ; 0. darim...

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