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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 22 August 1859

C D CT M M V ' b D C Q 8 ' l. n b I , U II 1 I , B Ba, W W a Win ted and published dally, (Sunaays exoepua,; ny f jRANCISCO & CALDWELL, 3V Ho. 1 west roartn street, Ai'VfflTON and NEWPORT, and msiuroundliiaoltles, Villi1." nd towns, at m i v a v m t i u rrir a J , W K I. . w r " n vnbl to the carrier. PRICE) OF MAILING. ain.ls Copies, pta.; On Month, 40 eta.; Three Months, II 00; On Tear, ft 00. AMUSEMENTS. yW"ood's Theater q. COBNEB BIXTU VIME in., 01N01HNATI. ?offJi A. Eilslsb, Ji 3olo Lessee aud;Manager, rj: Grand Opening; Night of the Season ! d'f.Z The Manager bens to announce tlliit tills favorite '" rlkceof amusement during a vacation nf tlx weeke ' h undergone a thorough renovation in every part ..vri.unid, Ac, In the bunt elegant styli, making it one V:.-ouue most cornioriauie ana nome-ii Replaces 01 on Bsriainment and resort in tue country. For the owminir of tliin beautiful Tumnleof Amuse- nieut, Mr. Ellslor has effected an engagement W-c. for TEN NIGHTS ONLY, With th...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 22 August 1859

IMPORTERS 0P;AOTJDEALER3.IN CARPETING 9 West Fourth street, Pike's Opera -House Building. effigy 'IEHE PEESS. Printed by "Caloric." OPIIC HO. 14 WIST FOURTH BTHERT. . THUMB. Per Wk, payable to the crrIor.. Per Annum, lent by mail. ....... ....... o. ...$t 00 CORRESPONDENCE, containing important newi, solicited from any quarter of tbs world. SO NOTtOI taken of anonymous corrctpondenoe. We do not return rejected communications. CIKCINHAI It . MONDAY AUGUST Ml The High Schools. Our two High School! do not open until next Monday, the 29th imt. The Second Volume of the Penny Press. To-day our little iheet enters upon its second volume. Six months gives us age, and with it we pledge renewed devotion to the interests of the people. Running a "Saw" on Us. It is related as a fact that, during the very heavy rains above Pittsburg, a freshet swept the sawdust'of Beveral mills, accumulated for several years on the bank of a creek empty Ing into the ilonongahela, and this is sur mised to be ono ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 22 August 1859

WANTED. 1 "FODND,"Ao.,in thlt column, occupying Hie line , r less, two insertions, twenty-five cents. 'lfAlTTED Body-makers to work on Railroad Pawnger Oars. Apply to J. K. fALMEB, Omnibus Manufactory, Dunk it, an2i-d ' UTAWTBD. A BOY About flfUien yeare old, to stay in a store. OncnneaklngGerman , preferred Inquire at 0. S. TALLMADQE. 213 Vine-street. aUZZ-0 WANTED IMMEDIATELY Six (food girls to cook, wMh and Iron, nl do chamlwr .work. Oallatttrs. WABNER'8 Intelligence office 30H fifth-street, between Western-row and John Persons wanting to employ frirls to sew nr run eewln g machines, can net them at the same office. aul2-b WANTED A small boy to attend la oflioe. Apply at to Went Fourth-street, secondnoor. an(-bl WANTED IMMEDIATELY Eight or ten girls to work in a Mutch Factory. Paten ventilation in everrroom. Apply at the Factory, corner of Front and KIm-etreelB, anai-h WANTED 1.0OO bushels of WHEAT. . . JOHN YT. BEEOAN k Cn - suM-h Bonth-eastcor. Plum and Lnngwrth-st ' i WANTED A...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 22 August 1859

SEWING MACHINES. . SEWIKG; MACHINES, Clnolnnatt, tittles M Wit Foarth street. QF THOSE INTENDING 10 PURCHASE, w deslra i neraonal Invaatimtlnn r parattve merits of these Bewtng Machines with all omen in tne utriei, aull ,. ... , FRANK EINBY, Agent. G. C. KNIPPIN &CO. i DEALERS IN Ladd,' Webster & Co.'s, (Late Hnnt, Webster Co.'.,) SEWING MACHINES. No. 6 Wst Poaufc street, Cincinnati. The Machines have been steadily advancing In popular favor tor tbe put rear, end are noweeteemed . by all who have given them a trial a the "Me Ploa Ultra" of Sewing Haohtnee. Tbe evenneas and reg ularltr. and tightness of stitcb made by them, has, raorethanauythlngouie, tendedtotUisresnlt. Added to thla is the undeniable (act of their simplicity and ease of management, there being no band or oog wheels, ai In lome Machines, or leather pada and crooked needles, ai in others. They commeud them selves to the dress-maker by the regularity of tbe feeding arrangement, which never puckers or tears tbe...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 23 August 1859

r THE PENNY PRESS, fU printed and published datlr,(8anday.xoepted,)br FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14 West Fourth Street. nd delivered to smhserlberi In CINCINNATI, GOV INOT0N and NKWFOBT.eud Id unrounding cuiM, village, lol towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, parabl. to the carrier. PRICE OP MAILING. Shujle Ooplei, t eti.; One Month, 40 cts.j Three Months, 1100; One Tear, WOO. AMUSEMENTS. r t. I!' "Wood's Theater V OOBNIB SIXTH VIN- Sts., CINCINNATI. r . , , Jon A. Kuuhb, Jb -.Sole Lessee andJH.inttger. Grand Opening Night of the Season! The Marfagor ben to announce that Mill favnrlte Rlaceof amusement -during vacation of six weeks as undergone a thorough renovation in every part of the buifiling, having boon painted, freecooil, orna merited, Ac, in themuit olegant atylit, unking it one of the moat comfortable and homo-like places of en tertainment and rtaort in tlio country. Fur Hie opening of thin beautiful Tonipleof Amuse ment, Dir. Kllaler has enacted an engagement FOR TEN NIGHTS O...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 23 August 1859

RINGWALT fit iVBRV IMPORTERS OF A.NDJDEALER8 IN CARPETING 69 West Fourth street, Pike's Opera - House Building. THE PEESS. Printed by " Caloric." 0ICI HO. 14 KST TOtJRTH STIHtCT. CORRESPONDENCE, containing important news, solicited from any Quarter of the world. OIUCISKATIi TUESDAY. AUGUST 3 Thanks. We are again indebted to S. G Meredith, of Adams' Express Company, for Indianapolis favors. More Troubles in Kansas. The telegraph despatches have paragraph of a renewal of an old disturbance In Kansas, Governor Houston. San Hodtoh Is elected for tie third time Governor of the State of Texns. The ma jority reached will he nearly twelve hundred, The Slave Trade. The Administration U detailing a naval foroe to the neighborhood of Cuba, at alleged, to watch for slaves. It has enlarged the squadron for the same service off Africa. Peak and Gold at Pike's Peak. Additional excitement is awakened in reference to new discoveries of gold at Pike's Peak. The gold itself is finding its way to the S...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 23 August 1859

-WANTED, "WANTS," "FOB 8AEK," "TO LIST," " "FOUj!lD,"Ao.,ln tbii column, occupying it or less, two (nerl)oin, twenty-five wnU. I.OKT Ive lines WANTED Fir or lit MACHINE BA8TER9. Apply at No. 156 Main-etreet. tna-b1 WANT ED An experienced SOAP BOJLEB. Apply to Proctor & Gamble, No. 830 Western-row. anZI-aw WANTED A few gentlemen can be ac commodated with DAY DOABD at No. 26 West Fifth-street. an23-b w ANTED Fifteen good CAP MAKERS, immediately, at 214 Main-street. taui-c-iuwei reaj - , WANTED An UNFURNISHED ROOM and BOARD, by a gentleman and ladr with out children. Addreaa 0. 0., Box tit, Poitofflce. au23-b WANTED To Rent, a FURNISHED ROOM, In a private familr, without board. Addreai 0. M., Peony Press Office. au23-b ANTED BY A YOUNfJ MAN An ocoupntlon in tome business house. For particulars address W. tl, at this oftlco. auM-h WANTED TWO ACTIVE MEN; good wages given; situation permanent. IHO de posit required, for which ample security will he Riven. Call Immediately, at ho. 67 w...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 23 August 1859

THEPEES8. TUESDAY..;...; AUUST 3 Per Week, payable to the carriers.., Per Annum, want by mail..,.... ...... omen, 14 wist fourth stbkkt. SCATTER THE GERMS OF THE BEAUTIFUL. Scatter the germs of the boantiful ! By the way-side let them full, ' " ' That the rose uiay spring iy the cottage gste, And the vine ou tlis garden wall ; Cover the rough and tne rude1 of earth , , Willi a veil ui leaves and Hewers, And inark with tbaopeniugbudandcnp ') ' The march of summer hjurs. Scatter the germs of the beautiful " In ttie holy shrine of borne j ' Let the pure and thefnir, and the graceful there In their loveliest luster emu ; Leave not a trace of deformity In the temple of the heart, But Hither aoout II hearth the genu Of Mature aod of Art. Scatter the germs of the beautiful. . In thtempleofourllod- Tho God who starred tlieupllfled iky. And flowered the tmnipled sod ; W hen Lie built a temple fur himself, And a hom fur hi priestly re, llo reared each arch in sy mniotrr, And curved each line ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 24 August 1859

THEHPENNYlPRSS, Iirtnto)udritli')i4d&llr.(BaD(Uncated,)by FBANCISCO & CALDWELL, , At No. I West Fourth Street, l delivered to rabsorlbers la CIMCINNATI, COT. I&GTON and WBWPOBT.and la surnnuidfngclti, Village end tWll., at I,, SIX CENTS A WEEK, payabl to th oarrtar. ... . pRltB OF MAILING. Unci Ooptss, I cta.l On Month, 40 cU.; Three Kontba, II 00; One Taar, 91 00. "AMUSEMENTS. T K?(l "Wood's Theater OORN1B SIXTH ft TINS 8 OINOINMATl. , r 11 ' : ; t ; Jens A. Ilislkb, J...Jola Laeead.Hnager. Grand Opening Night of the Season! Tha Mattaffef host to ftnnonne that thffl favnritci lace of amusement during vacation ef six week u undergone a thorough renovation in every part of tha hulfillng; having been painted, frescoed, orna mented. Ac. in the moat elegant atvla. making It ous of tha moat comfortable and home-like place of en tertainment a,.' resort in the conntry. for the opening of thin beautiful Templeof Amuse, luent, Mr. Blister haa effected an engagement FOR -TEN, NIGH...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 24 August 1859

- a, RING WILT it AVERY IMPORT 2H 8 OF ANDJDEALERS IN CARPETING, ; : i .;.r. G9 West Fourth street, Pike's Opera - Home Building. THE PEESS. Printed toy " Caloric." OrTICI KO. 14 VEST FOURTH gTHKW. OOBBBBPOKDINOI, containing Important nws. solicited from any quarter of the world. C IN CINKA T I: WEDNESDAY.... ... AUGUST 31 &-Se , communication headed, j" Xhe mouth of the Mississippi" on third page. ',. No News of the Canada. Buslneii men await, -with Interest, advices by this steamer. Some of our eltlens have friends on loari the Canada, aoir ,dao, nival not reported. - but Business Revival. hotelf, our streets, our advertising eol umns, exhibit tbe impulie of the renewal of Business. Cincinnati work-shops sad wholesale houses are stocked with subitsn tlall, fabrics, and seasonable inppliei. The Penny Press in Dayton. The Immense popularity of the Pbcss In Dayton, greatly annoys a oertain Mr. Speil man, who perambulates the streets of that flournUhlng town, now and then, with a ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 24 August 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "rOB 8ACT," "TO LIT," "LOST," "rODMD,"4o.,ln this column, occupy tng Are line or leas, two Insertions, twenty-fire cent. ANTED SITUATION la a store, by a yonag man, sixteen vest-sold; has had some experience Id this grocery buslnoss. Address J. W. H., 82 Wait Ninth-street, between John and Mound, or lit this office. an24-b WANTED BOARD A single gentleman want room and, board with a genteel prlveto family. Address II. Box S71, stating terms and location. . an24-b WANTED HELP 0 ALL KINDS A business man with 2n0 capital; two men ncd to the oars of horaos and cows; twenty men to work la a quarry; one or two glrli to run a selling machine; Ave girls for dining-room and chambor work, and MTen for goneral homework. Apply at tho general Intelligence agency office, lio, 3.H2 Western-row, A. I. UARSON CO. au2l-b WANTED A situation in a atora by a boy, who can make himself generally awful. Recnmmondatlon given if required. Address THOMAS, at tola office auJ4-b w ANTED Fir or s...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 24 August 1859

THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY.. h&VGUHT 114 ' TBltMSt Per Week, payable to the carriers.. Put Annum, tout by mail., 8c. ornoi, 14 tut foortk-btrmt. DREAMY. Tester night a droara of beauty. , Htolo Into mv uulet brain. " ' " : -tit And I fanclutl I w reaming - . O'er my childhood's paths again.'' Hand-ln-haud with little broths iwV ' ' Loving as two mated doros, - r. , ,:, , .- . , We went building wee clay houfesT ' ' . la the little elder grovut. WiO On our floors tho groen most tnrpvt- Spread as soft as rich Brussels; flower bloomed In paddock rowe.:)j; 'j; Oathered from tho woody dell.; Ccuuava barks uiado Into eradliw. ! Lined with feathery milk-werd down. Served to quiet our rag babies, With uiy non-maternal frown.- ' el r j;:',; . te- : MUSIC. BY MARY H. WILBUR. . 1 ... - : tit i-1, Thon art the echo of esch human avert; Mercy and dope have met thee with a kiss m Thou art the perfect chain that cannot part -.q The tlme-defysr unity of bliss. -I, Thon am the anirlt of the flood ana ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 25 August 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, bUliMud published dally, (Stindaji excepted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At lfo.' 1 Weit Fourth Street, end deliver, to subscribers In CINCINNATI, 00 V. 1NQT0N and NKWPOBT.aadlninrronndim eitfes. Village ud towns, at BIX CENTS A WEEK, terabit to the carrlnr. , " PRICE OF MAILING. Blagls Copies, 1 ets.i One Month, 40 eta.; TtarM Months, l 00: On Tear, 14 00. "AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater COBHEB 8IXTH ft TINS Bts., OINOINHATL John A. Elulm, Ja........ .Bole Lessee andJUanager. Second night of Parodt'i celebrated ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY, Which was rewired laat night with the most nn bounded enthusiasm. Manages.. cokdbctob, A. BBAVI. ...Sig;. ANOELO TORRIANA. 0. RONZOMS. Btaob. Mamaqib........ ' Slana. Teresa Parodl Will appear In her great character of "Lncrezla Bor gla," In which role the created an immense sensation at the Italian Opera-houses of London, Paris, Italy and the United States. TIIURSDAT EVENING, August M. will lie pre. oenten, for the first and only time,...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 25 August 1859

RINfiWALT & AVEM I.VIP0KTKR8IOF ANDjDE ALERS IN CARPETING K 5 A.1 1 69 West Fourth street, Pike's Opera -House Building. i.i .i.x . )e THE PRESS. Printed by "Caloric." Per WeeV, parable to the carriers.................... . Per Annum, sent by mall....-..-... .-ti w OFFICK KO. 14 WEST FOCRTH STHKtr. CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important news, solicited from any quarter of the world. CINCINNATI! TiHJHSPAY - AFCU8T 18 Out Again. We are pleased to see our old confrtre, Fred Hont, once more upon his pins. Fred was at the opera laat evening, looking very pale and interesting, bat considerably im proved In heath. He will be able, In a few diys, to resume hta duties. Railroad Conference. To-morrow a Railroad Conference will lo held at Cleveland, between the representa tives of the Northern Railroad trunk linos to the East, and scvoral Western Railroads, vii: Cleveland and Columbus and Cincinnati, Wabash Valley, Little Miami, Xenia and Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo, and other roads, to c...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 25 August 1859

WANTED. T, "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST," "FOUND," Ac., In this column, occupying live Una or less, twolnsertious, twenty-live cents. WANTED GIRL A Heady girl to do general homework. Apply at onca at thii Offloe. , au25-b .1ANTED BOY An aotlve toy whs understands parkins spice. Apply to P!N. OS Y A CO., north-s eat corner Fifth and walnut. streets. ,. anM-it WANTED EMPLOYMENT In almoit auy kind of business, hv a vonnv mjtH.vhn I. honest Mt, iuttllivtut and capable. Address A. u ii.Tresa office, auii-b Pen VV"ANTED-GIRL A girl to go a abort , i"muuB imo i no oeuntry. to no general houiflwopk in t inmil family. Ap1y at thnPeacU Depot, bo l Wwt Fourth-retreat. . OAKEN. WANTED To nil a SCHOLARSHIP in tvmttb's Commercial College. For farther parttcnlsrs, address si ., at Pr m office. aiia-b WA11TED flITUATION As porter in a store, carriage trlmm ng or finishing. Beit of city reference glvou: Address D. J., at this office. . an?-d'l WANTED SITUATION By a reneot able fernale, a sit...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 25 August 1859

THEPEESS, THURSDAY .AUGUHT 'JS Ms eseeee 1 1 ee SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. - ornoi, 11 west fourth-stbht. A KISS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES; OR, HOW MR. PICKLEBY CAME TO BE FLOGGED. Our bonrding-houfle is not a common boarding-house , nor are our hoarders common boarders. 1 do not, by this, wish to convey the idea that there is any thing peculiarly uncommon about us orour house only that we resida in an aristo cratic portion of the town, and consider ourselves on the whole, rather a seloct . set But, however seleot a company may be, the fact that they are select is not an in fallible proof that nothing disreputable can occur among them. This has been especially proved in our oase. We have just been deeply agitated, excited shocked! Happily for the repu tation of our place, the affairs of which I speak had a gratifying termination la our boarding-house resides an invet erate old bachelor named Wigley. Mr. Wigley is by no means such a person as some people invariably r...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 August 1859

THE'PENNY PRESS, It printed tad published dtlr, (Bandars excepted,) by FBANCLSCO & CALDWELL, At NoVUWeiC Poitti Street, ul delivered to subscribers Id CINCINNATI, OOV INOTON and NBWPOBT.and in surrounding cities, SIXICINTS A WUK, snrebl to the carrier. PRICE OP HAILING. Single Oopfee, t cti.; One Month, 40 cts.; Ton riontbj, ft Mi Om Tear, ft M. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OOBNIB SIXTH TIKI Sis., CINCINNATI. John A. Klmui, J. ...Sole Liases andJManager. (Third night or Farodl's celebrated ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY, JvA i i -..' CoNlilll-rua .'. STAOE AlANAOES A. BRAVf. ,8ig. ANUKLO TORRIANA. ,u. Burrows, QUE AT. C AST! FBI DAY EVENING, August M, will be presented ' iuu miu iruptiinr uuiivu '' ' ' '' -; Ili TROVATORE. ' " '! 'H .V Leonora.................. -....Signs. ATjAIMO, Azncen Slgua. T. PAKOLI. Inee.......... Six. Zapucci. (Jnnte dl tiinau .............., ...... Sig. Onone. Maurico ........81a-. Sbrlglia. f eruKDUu...... h.h......m...i M Olg. nnrill, Rues ... .........Big. Ned...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 August 1859

MfiWlLT & AVERY - IMPORTERS OP AND DEALERS IN CARPETING 6Sh,Wtst Pourth street, Pike's Opera -House Building. w ! THE PRESS. Printed by " Caloric." TBBMSt Per Week, payable to the carrier.,, Per Annum, sent by mail.......... ... (o. U oo OFFICR NO. 14 TUT FOURTH STBRKT. CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important news, solicited from any quarter of the world. NQ NOTICE takep of anonymous correspondence. We do not return rejected communications. CINCINNATI! FRIDAY..-.."....-.".-". ...AUGUST 20 JToijci. Our patrons, being on the route bounded by Fifth and Seventh, Western-row and Main-streets, are notified that Mr. Lee ii the oarrler, and the only perion authorised to collect subscriptions. Corn Crop in Butler County, Ohio. The eon yield of Butler County, Ohio, is an extraordinary one 60,000 aorei of her fertile bottom-lands hare produoed an average of forty-eight bushels of corn to an acre, and the drop thii year will reach very near the tame figUTM. Non-arrival of the Steamship Canada....

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 August 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB SAW," "TO "TOOKD,"Wnhlilom!i, oeoapylngnrs Unsf er low, two Insertions, twenty -Are cents. WAUTED--CARPENTER At 87 Bast Third-street, for eight or tea dt, a skillful and active) journeyman carpenter. tu36-b WASTED TO RENT A boas of four or live room by a prompt paylngtenant; will take li tor two or lb ree years ir It suits. Would II" ti take notsesslon by the lit of September. Address B. H, W., toil offlce, ajdt WANTED BOARDING A mam1 lady desires boarding In a private fanil.'f where there ere no other hoardere. Beferenc' (inn. Address Postomce Box 112, wit" ame ana location. au36-b WANTED GIRL A steady girl to do general housework. Apply at once at this office. augv-b WANTED BOY An aotlve boy who understands packing spices. Apply to PN DBHY ft OU., north-west corner fifth and Walnut streets. au-dt . WANTED EMPLOYMENT In almost any kind of business, by a young man, who li honest, lutellleent and capalile. Addreas A. O. tf., fenny Press olHce. aiuW-b WANTED GIRL...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 August 1859

T HE PEE S S. FRIDAY., AUGUHT 'Jtt ; :':? . : :'- .,8'lX CENTS Wl LL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. OrFICI, 14 Wilt r0VTR-8TRllT. "HAVE PATIENCE." A youth mid a ninitl one winter night. Were Hitting in tbe corner, Ilia name, we are told, was Joshua Whit, And lien wu 1'atlence Warner. Hot much the pretty maid lalil, Beside tho young nin sittiNg; liar cheeks worn flushed rosy r"il, Her oyes beut oa her knitting. Nor coolil he guess what thoughts of lilui Were to bar bosom flocking, A her fair lingers, swift aud "lira. flew round oud round th stock lug. . While m for Joshua, bashful youth, Ilia word grew few nd fewer; Though ell the time, to Ml the truth, , . HU chair edged uearer to her. Meantime her halt of yarn cave out, ' Him koir so fast andatead; And he must (five hiii eld, no deiibt, T get another ready. Ho held the akeiu; of course the thread Out tangled, snarled and twisted; "Have patience !" cried the artless maid, To lii in who ber assisted. ' . . . i flood rlianre was th...

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