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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 October 1854

THE PENNY POST BY ROSE, PLEASANTS & SMITH. The PENNY POST will be served daily to sub scribers at six and a quarter cents per week, pay able to the Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year, in advance. The Weekly Post will be issued every Friday, and mailed to subscribers at $1 per annum, in advance MEDICAL. DR. JOHNSTON. BAIiTUiOKE LOCK HOSPITAL. \)J7 HERE may be obtained the moat speedy and » ¥ effectual remedy in the world for SECRET DISEASES. Oonorrhom,Gleets, Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Rains in the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys, and all those Lecnhar Affections arising from a Secret Habit, particu Rrly the youth of both sexes, which, if not cured, pr oduce Constitutional Debility, renders marriage impossible, and in the end destroys bath body andrr.ind. YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young men of the most exalted talents and bril...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 October 1854

THE PENNY POST. HUGH R, FLB AS ANTS, 1 EnlTn .„ CHARLES A. ROSE, f hDITOBB- - MONT), YA: FRIDAY WORKING October, 27 1854. THE DAILY AND WEEKLY “PENNY POST.” Visitors to the Agricultural Fair are respectfully invited to embrace this opportunity of subscribing to the “Penny Post” for the ensuing year. The subscription is so cheap and the paper so good a medl" um of the latest news, whether foreign, State or local, that wo feel justified in offering it to all in want of a daily or weekly journal. CHANGES IN THE POLITICAL WORLD. To a man who has lived to middle-age, and who has from early youth been accustomed to read the newspapers, nothing imparts such a forcible impression of the vanity of all we are accustomed to think most worthy of consideration, in this little world of ours, than the changes which have occurred within his memory. When we first began to know anything about politics—in our young days “consuls Planco,” that is to say, when Mr. Monroe was President —the country rang ...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 October 1854

LATEST MAIL NEWS. UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA. third day. [Correspondence of the Penny Post.] Petersburg, October 26th. The excitement hero about the Agricultural lair has very much abated among our citizens, though strangers from the country are still pouring into the city eager for a sight of the grand spectacle. The receipts at the gate of the Fair Ground yesterday '.were SBOO and though there were not so many visitors to the- exhibition to-day it is no t proaablo that the receipts wilLfall jmuch short of the same amount. To-morrow Mr. Thos. S. Gbolson, of this city, will deliver the valedictory address before the Society, which will be followed by the announcement, by the Judges, of the premiums. To-day the ploughing and trotting mate hes took place, and were witnessed by a largo number of persons. I noticed in the Fair Ground a copy of the inside and outside of Tuesday’s “Daily Express” printed on white satin with a border of blue silk. The copies ...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 October 1854

THE PENNY POST. FRIDAY MORNING, October 2T, 1854. BE KIND WHEN YOU CAN. BY ELIZA COOK. Bo kind when you can, though the kindness be little, ’Tis small letters make up philosopher’s scrolls; The crystal of happintSb, vivid and brittle Can seldom be cut into very large bowls. •'Tin atoms that dwell in the measureless mountain, ’Tis momeuts that sum up the century’s flight; ’ Tis but drops that unite in Niagara’s fountain, ’Tis rays, single rays, from the harvest moonlight. Stone by stone builds the temple that rises in glory, Inch by inch grows the child till maturity’s prime; The jewels so famous in bright Eastern story Have been nursed, tint by tint, in the bosom of Time. ’Tis grains made the desert'sheet, trackless and spreading; ’Tis but petals that deck every blossom-twined spray; There are leaves —only leaves —where the forest is shedding Its gloom till the density shuts out the day. A word or a glance which we give without “thinking,” May shadow or lighten some sensitive breast...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 March 1855

THE PENNY POST BY WM. S. EASLEY & CO. The PENNY POST will be served daily to sub acribers at six and a quarter cents per week, pay able to the Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year, in advance. THE SEMI-WEEKLY POST, is published on Tuesdays and Fridays. Price $3. in advance. The Weekly Post will be issued every Friday,and at $1 per annum, in advance DJRu JOHNSTON. LOCK HOSPITAL. WHERE may be obtained the most speedy and effectual remedy in the world for SECRET DISEASES. Gonorrheas,Gleets, Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Pains in the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys, and all those Peculiar Affections arising from a Secrm Habit, partieu arly the youth of both sexes, which, it not cured, pi.Guce Constitutional Debility, renders marriage impossible , and in the end destroys both body andmind. YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young men of the mos...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 March 1855

THE PENNY POST., RICHMOND, VA. TUESDAY MORNING, March 27, 1855. AMERICAN NOMINATIONS. for' goTeknor, THOMAS S. FLOURNOY, OF HALIFAX. FOR LT. GOVERNOR, JAMES M. H. BEALE, OF MASON. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, • JOHN M. PATTON, SR., OF RICHMOND. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, RICHARD G. MORRIS, OF RICHMOND. ANOTHER BOLTER OE MAGNITUDE. We have made it our business ot late to record at least one Democratic bolter from the Wise ranks in every issue of the Post. We have sometimes been compelled to de’ viate from the humane policy of giving this physio in broken doses, in order to keep up, and have had to record two or three in a single issue. To-day, however, we content ourselves with a single pill—we can scarcely call it a pill, it is a bolus , and it will be very apt we think to clog the throat of Wiseocracy in a distressing manner. Contortions of countenance, grimaces and frantic gestures will give evidence that the thing sticks, and it will require a good deal of dish water, swallowed with des...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 March 1855

LATEST MAIL NEWS. Distressing Accident.— Mr. J. W. Chick, of Wytheville, formerly of Lynchburg, accidentally shot himself while out gunning last Friday. The accident occurred about throe miles east of Wythoville. Mr Chick and Mr. Taliaferro were returning from a hunting excursion, and set down on'a pile of wood near the truck of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. On getting up to leave, Mr. Chick caught his gun hy the muzzle, and pulling it towards him. the cock hung and discharged the load in his abdomen. But little hope is entertained of his recovery. FURTHER FROM CALIFORNIA. TUE BANK EXCITSME^; The* 'citementof the past few days seems to \ have, ii : ome degree, subsided, <tnd as the public become rmed of the true position of banking affaire, a dispo.-ition is manifest to await the result rather than risk a serious loss by pressing immediate liquid ion. The Sa- b’rancisco Journal thus sums up the state of nllairs at the departure of the steamer : Page, Bacon Sc Co—th...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 27 March 1855

THE PENNY POST. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27. 1855. KNOW NOTHING SONG. Air— “Nin Nid NoddingV Pray how is it, good people, that wherever I may go, If I ask a friend a question, he replies (, J do net Irwio” For they’ro all nothings—know,’know nothings. They’re all know nothings at our house at home. Uvo a brother that’s a printer, and another in a store; I’ve a cousin who’s a lawyer, and of beaux at least a score. For they’re all nothing-', &c. So I asked my eldest brother 'why he wore that golden star?” He was smoking very quietly an odious old cigar, For they're all nothings, 4c. Just think! he pulled the smoke at me as hard as he could blow! And said, **my little sissy, X am sure I do not know/' For they’re all nothings, vtc. Thou I asked my learned cousin, oh! he made my heart to leap, Per he said, “Now little beauty, can you a secret keep?” For they’ro all nothings, &c. Of course I answered that “I could, if he would only He gave a cunning wink and said, “a...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 11 May 1855

TliE PENNY POST BY WM. S. EASLEY & CO. The BENNY POST will be served daily to sub .eribur at six and a quarter cents per week, pay hie f. > I:o Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a ear, in advance. THE SEMI-WEEKLY POST, is published on Tuesdays and Fridays. Price $3. in advance. The Weekly Post will be issued every Friday, and mailed to subscribers at $1 per annum, in advance NEW books: j N PRESS, AND WILL BE SHORTX ly ISB ued, ‘LAVS OF ANCIENT VIRGINIA” AND OTHER POEMS. BY JAMES AVIS BARTLEY. “Liv. 3 there a man with soul so dead, That never to himself hath said, Thisi 3 my own, my native land.” J. W. RANDOLPH, Publisher, Richmond, Va. Price sl. OPINIONS: '•The lines are very pretty”—[Homo Journal. “Yourlires are graceful and musical.” I have read ‘you: poem with much pleasure”—fW. GiL more Simms. “Pretty”—[Scott’s Weekly. “Pretty t! mgs”—[Baltimore Sun. “i wns s .ruck with the fluency and cadence of your poems”—[George T. Holmes. “All these things are no ...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 11 May 1855

THE PENNY POST. RICHMOND, VA. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1856. CIRCULATION OP THE POST. Oar circulation is daily Increasing all over the city and suburbs, as well as in neighboring cities sad t .was. It has doubled within the la;it three months, and advertisers, we confidently believe, coul-i not select a better medium then tile Post • ,r terms are ns cheap as the cheapest. A PROUD TRIUMPH FOR NATIONALITY! THE SKIES BRIGHTENING. By special telegragb, we last nijjht received the following communication from Edward W. Hinks, Esq., a member of the Massachusetts House of Assembly, ami Editor of the “Crusader,” published in Boston. Mr. Hinks, it gives us great pleadure to say, is, and has been from the commencement of our party, one of the true national men who do honor to any State. It wap from the leader of his paper of last week, that the extract was read and so favorably commented upon by our distinguished townsman, R. T. Daniel, Esq., at the imunense gathering Wednesday night at the Af...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 11 May 1855

LATEST MAIL NEWS. THINGS IN NORFOLK. Norfolk, May 8, 1855. Messrs. Editors:—Crptain Albury, of the British brig Venus, arrived here last evening, and reports his vessel Laying been run into on the night of the fifth, otf t io Capes of Delaware, by the schooner Hanover, <.v Richmond, Va., and was sunk immediately. The brig was laden with a cargo cotton, from Nassau, N. P,, bound to New York. She had twenty seauen passengers. All hands succeeded in getteng aboard the Ilnnover, and arrived yesterday in Hampton Roads. There was no insurance on the brig or her cargo. The brig Mermaid, of 200 tons, was sold at auction to-day, and purchased hy Carter, Mallory & Co., * for $2,30®. The bark Cora, Captain Burnham, sailed from Hampton Roads for Liberia, on Suuday, with 106 emigrants.. Throe Missionaries of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and several cabin passengers went out in the bark. The Daily Courier, a neutral paper, published in this city, is reported to have cea...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny Post — 11 May 1855

THE PENNY POST. FKIUAV MORNING, MAY 11, 1865. STATE NEWS. ■ Films. —On Saturday night week last, the dwelling house owned by the Editor of the Parkersburg News was totally destroyed by fire, together with a large portion of the furniture, clothes of the family, books, papers, &c. On Saturday night, the tin shop of John 11. Miller, at Tinkerville, some five miles from Parkersburg on the Belleville road, was entirely consumed by fire and its contents destroyed. The loss said to be over 100 dollars. The Virginia Hotel, owned and kept by Mr. k- G. Dovencr, at Elizabeth, Wirt, county, Va., was consumed by fire on the Tuesday. .By the active exertions of an immense throng of spectators, it being Court time, most of the furniture was saved. The loss is estimated at six or seven hundred dollars, without insurance. Princess Anne. —The Norfolk Beacon says it learns from good authority that 1C persons were initiated into “ Sam’s” family while Millson was speaking in this county, re...

Publication Title: Penny Post, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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