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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 20 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, Uyrratsdand published mx' Wnndsjrs excepted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Ho. I West Fourth Street, m delivered to subscribers In CINCINNATI, COV. TOOTON ud NKWPOBT.and la surrounding oitiea, villages and lows, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, arable to the carrltr. PRICE OF HAILING. Single Ooplei, S et.; One Month, 40 ota.; Ton Months, l 00; One Tear, H 00. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Theater COBNKB SIXTH ft VINE Bti., CINCINNATI, .. Joui) A. Xllslir, Jb Sole Lessee and Manager. First appearance on any stage of MISS CltAl'O, A young lady of the highest respectability end re finement, on which occasion she will appear as "The Couutess," in tbe well-known piny of "Love. THIS (Tuo.dayl XVENINO, Beptmber 20, will be presented Kuowlea's beautiful play of LOVE. The Countess Mita Warlan Orapo. Huun Mr. Lansdou. Iiuke Mr. llatiu. Prince Frederick Mr. Hall. Ulrlc . Mr. Lord. Sir Rupert Mr. Read. Catherine Mrs. Eftte Ellsler. Empress Miss Julia Irvlug. After which the Marshall Children will ...

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. — 20 September 1859

THEPE158S. AUDI VT. FRANCISCO. . JOIIX D. OALDVTBLL. IDITOU AND FBP11JR0RS. OFMM KO. 14 WB8T FOUBTH 8TBECT. CINCINNATI! TUESDAY HKPTKMBEtt 30 ,.-i-T' ri ; i? Our City Public Schools. The total number of pupils enrolled for tlie first month of the sohool session Is : District Rchoota. 12.3 Intermedials " ,...,.....,.. Total.., I I M 1 M NNMMIIIHtNl ... 13,361 Over five hundred increase over last yew. The average daily attendano reduoes the figures down to 11,640, the general average of absence being 4 2-6 per cent.. The lowest per cent, is in the sixth dlitriot the sohool being at Elm and Adams street, where the German families are numerous. Of OBI pupils In the lower rooms of that house, there has besn, this sea aion, no more than 2 2-6 per cent, of absence. This enoonraglng appreciation of the advant ages offered is worthy of emulation in other districts. The staff of teachers employed to oonduot thepubllo sohoola areas follows: Dis trict sohools, 245; Intermediate, 23-238. There i...

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. — 20 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BABE," "TO LKT," "LOHT," "FOCND,"eYo.,ln this column, occupying flro line or less, two insertlous, twenty-Are cents. WANTED COOK A. gooil oook, to come well recommended. None other need apply.' Call at HI f lflh-Bireet. aarMio WANTED J 0 OR N E TM E N SHOE MAKF.KB On calf and kip loot bottoms timl fitting. Apply at 33SAS Ftrtli-utreut, bwi-eii John ami Bmith-stroots. sepTUb WANTED ROOM A furnished room, in ft privalo bouse, without board. Address C, Al., at Mils office, sopflib WANTED BOARDING The advertisor wlrhui to bUtiu hoarding for lilin.wlf and wifo In a pclvaht family, whero there are no other boarders. Location to bo wllhln four noiisrcs of Race mil Hixtb-aU-oeta. Address M. Al., at this otllce. sor:i)' WANTLD-SITUATION B7 a thorough nrlntAr.who Is competent In nrk nt Man in tbo Kngliih, Qorinsn.French aud Italian languages; onn also do press worn: would havo no objection to I lection to (M to tbs country. AituresB .1. c. If,, at tills office, WANTED 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. — 20 September 1859

THE PRESS. orrici, 14 vm rouRTH-miM. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 90 THE PERPLEXED HOUSEKEEPER. I with had t down pain j Of hands, this wr minute; I. I'd won put all these things to rights The rery deuce is la II. Here's a blf washing to ba done, J Onepalr of bauds Co d it, Bhests, shirts and stockings, coats and pants; How will I e'er got through It? lllnoer to gt for tlx or mors, No loaf left o'er from Sunday, And baby crow as ha can II v- fla always la ou Mondsy. And thsre's the eras Til, 'til getting sour, And must forthwith bechurnli,g, A ad here's Bob, wants a button ou Which war 'ball I be turning? Tla tlma tho mat waa In th rot, Tha bread wan wot kod fur baklug, The clothes were taken from t he bull Oh dear! tbe baby's waking! - Hush, babjr, deart there; kuth-sh-thl I wish he'd fleet) a little. Till t oonld run and got some wood To harry up that kutt a, Oh dearl oh dear! if P cornea home, And Suds thing in tlila pother, 1 He'll Juet boglnand tell me all I About tb U tidy mother. ; Dow ...

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. — 21 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, U printed and pnblUbeddallr,(8undaya excepted,) bp FEANCISCO& CALDWELL, At No. It Weit Fourth Street, mi delivered to aiibecrlbsraln 01NCINNATI.GOV. six ce'ntj a wiek. arable to Uli carrier. r PRICE OP MAILING. Bind (Xsio, ets.; On Month, 40 ctl. Tire Kontba, l 00; Oat Tear, ft 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OOBHEB SIXTH t TIM 8t CINCINNATI. J 0M A. Iluuk, Jb.....Bo1o Lessee and Manager, ' lU-e-gmiiaMnt, for threintgbti only, of thou talented arila. a, , The Star Sisters Lucille and Helen. tItl(Wc1nM(lo KVHMNO, September 21, will be prueated ths wall-known drama of . BaTAN IN l'AUIS. u""i IHIm bui-U'o. 'rLu.na.na. Mr. Lauicilnn, - J1"!!"6' Mf- Bond. J?'",1 - --Mr. Hall. M lie Nantelle jjisa Anule Wulio. Madame doLucdT.I Mrs. Gilbert. . , Favorite Dane .....Manhall Children. To conclude with the calbratad HUatral scene from , . TnnTIlRHB FAST MBN. Jenny Falrlove His Ini-lllo. P"',iV Miss Helen. Jirry Bloautn...,.... jtr. AiUms. ii" ....... Bl r. Hall. Mal... Min...

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. — 21 September 1859

THE PBESS. AKDT W. f BANOiaCO. JOHN D.CALDWELL, corrou aid neraiBTou. . omci-ko. U man rousTH STEirr. ? Week, parable to th earrUn.M.t.mjl rtr Annum, eeai 07 ............. CINCINKATIi WBDNE8DAT-. ...--.SEPTRMBER ii ii i iw i , ; rxx 31 Telegraph to the Pacific. We r daily admonished of tho need of rxjmmunication to the Taciflc by telegraphic wire. The long end tediom travel now im poMil upon General Boon might be naved the old hero if we could "pull the vrirex." The Mechanics' Institute. If, daring this week, in addition to the at traction of the aurora borealis, our readers should hear atrange, musical sounds in the air Yankee Doodle, Pop Goes the Weasel, and other like tune they can attribute it to no other source than the steam calliope At the Mechanics' Institute, A platform iB b-v I ing arranged from two of fho windows in the basement mechanical department of ths exhibition of Pike's Opera-house, into 83 open court fifty feet square, where the etoam musical instrument is locate...

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. — 21 September 1859

WANTED. "WAHT8," "FOB BALK," "TO LIT," "LOST," "FOUND," 4c.,1d this column, occupying ttvo Hdm ot leM, two buertloui, twenty-Are cents. WANTED-SITUATION A good En glneer(Qerniisn) wants a situation to ran an engine. AddreaejJOUN MEBTES.at thin ofljt-o. scpttt c'J WANTED ROOM A furnished room, . .1. o0'. lnSl ntlBnin within throe snnares Of thl Postofflce. Ad row (J, at this office, je21b WANTED 8ITUATI0N By a young man, as porter in a store, or la willing to go M )ar-keepor. Address J. 0. W., at this office. ' IsepSlti) rtTANTED SITUATION A yonng man ' from England label a situation aa clerk or po-tarin a wholesale orretall store. AddressO.S. B., at shls office. aepil ly WA N TED H OUS E A dwell ing ofsWut fonrorflve rooms, lira prompt paying ten. Jit. Addreaa J. P., Prmaumco. sopilli FOR RENT HOUSE The lower part of a twostosy boose, (furnished,) to a respectable tenant. Terms moderate. For particular Kpply on the ipraroliea, No. 314 Clutter-street, a fow doora north of Hopkins. bc...

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. — 21 September 1859

H9S THE PRESS. Of FIOI, 14 WHT roDRTH-BTBlKT, WEDNESDAY. ..-.SEPTBHBBtt !ll WISH I WAS AN EDITOR. 1 with I ww an editor-" ' I really do Indeed: i It seenis to in that editors Muve etery tiling they need. They get tho biggst and the best Ul everytning mat grows. And net in free to clrcu.e. t grows. Andi And And a 'her k Inds of shown .And when a niarnmoib cheese is out. Tbey always geiaslira, T ; f For sayi ng Mrs. Surra knows hi' To make lc verv nil.. The largest pumpkin, longest liet, And other garden atulT, It blown into the aauotum by A n editorial puff. The blsrsiait bug will speak to thi-m, No matter bow they dni A -habhy coat tntAii,.-i rT? Tliffcinou priming presa. At Ladies' Fairs they're alia oat Uusjed By pr.tty girl., you iiow. Tlist they may crack Vp IvarytJiing . . The 11 In have to sbuw, - And thua they get n blow-out fro At every pany feed The raaenn ia because, thar write Aud othor people real. ' HUMOROUS. tSTA wise law is the brtv, al'lUio teeth of which are wisdom ...

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. — 22 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, Is printed anil pnblleheddall-,(8nndaffsoxoejtcil,)b- FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Tin. 1 Went Fourth Street, nil delivered to rahserll-erafn ClJiOINSfATl, UOV lKOTON and NSWFOUT.ond in aurrouiidiue. cliit-j, tiliagea and towne, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, (arable to tlio carrier. PRICE OF MAIIISn, glpgl Cojdes, S cts.; Ono month, 40 eta.; Tbroo ... Montlie, (I 00; Oua Veal, tl 00. AMUSEBIENTST r'u.j i .:. ..a. xm Wood's Theater SIXTH VIST! fiT CINOIHSATI. JfUN A. Eiusi.ait, Jo Solo lirsseo and Mnnnjcr. Last night but ono of The Star Sisters Lncille and Helen. TFIH (Thnraday) KYKKINU, Hspt.mbtr E, will Im presented the domestic draiaa of ItOSINA MEAMHV.1; fR, Ti uvtatiok rjNrm.i;i. Ttoslna Meadows. , , fllkj rtnlfn. Mr. Mondnwit 51 r. Ilar.n. llirry Moudon Mr Lanxilun. Jollirci Huxter Mr. Adam. t.'or;i Mlil.m Sir. R?nd. Uh. Headhwa Min.Uilbort. HlKhland rilng JTarnhall Children. To concludo with tho oeiobralud Miuslrol sceu from THE TflftrE FAST MEN. .Jonny Fairloie Miss L...

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

THE PRESS THE PRESS ANDY W. FRANCISCO JOHN D. CALDWELL. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS OFFICE--NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET TERMS Per ffk, paysble to the carrion ...to. Per Aunam.sent by miiil.. . -84 CINCINNATI THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 The News. The Oroal Extern has prove J a sucoW on a fair trial. 6ba hs biea pronounced tb.o fiiHteet vessel on reoord. The British Admit-ill, off St. Juan, irhero the Americans hv Armed possession, bai declined to make an uttsolc. The London Z7ct blusters about IIarkry, and daclaros that England will not submit to the exhibition of pernor made by the Aracricau General. Tho Italian news Js Interesting. Furma deolarei the Bourbon dynnsty torir.i sated. The Pope, who Is slowly recovering from fever, declines to take Utua with tbo armed oooupanta of Romagna. The Emperor of Morocco ia dead. At St. Louis, Missouri, the murderer of Joseph Chamxss has been convicted of murder in the first degree. The Popular Commotion. Semi -occasionally, the people 'are very earnest ibo...

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 September 1859

"WAKTB," "roB BALE," "TO LET," "LOST, "FOUND," Ac., In thli columa, occupying flro ltn or leu, two Insertions, twenty -tlveconta, TAN TED SITU AT ION -As salosrnifi. . v,nn lron ,oro- A "r" cliut blncksnuih, net wlening to work nt the hmlnen, itualrt-v eitua tlon fit above. Address A Press olllce. st-p2iti VyANTED SERVANT A middle-agod - . K?,"!'1 ,0 rt0 gneral housework. Apply at li Yteit lifth-strcet, boiwivmWoluut and Vino. sep -ih "ITANTEll TIVO GIRLS Ono good chambermaid nod one dining-room girl. Ajiply at tho Mndlson House, Covington, Ky. aepr'b'j WANTED SERVANT A woman to go flttocu miles in the country, to cook, vra.b una Iron, nit tithe nsslstaiica ot another woman. Ap ply at ttio County Clerk's oftle Conrt-hoiua. ). x. t !p?.'l WANTED RMPLOYMENT-A ToTng man vrbo thoroughly understands lii hiisi nos wants situation to ui iva on cnijino-oiie that is stationary preferred; a, woman and h.r daughter of fourteen yams dd want a situation in tlm same hou-o as cook aud dluinierooui...

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 September 1859

THE PRESS OFFICE, 14 WEST FOURTH-STREET THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 THE BELL AT SEA. When the tide's billowy nreli Hid rwieh(Hl its hlght. Then pealed tho Book's Ions l-.'fl Blernlr b niaht. far over cliff sod snrsrv Bwept the ') opsouuit. . , '. Maklugeack wild wind's sUUl more profound. i.nr i i I. i Tstfhaffonarnltona ' ' Ths sailor blt. (J, Storing toroegb. darkneM OB, ' Wlthfearlias breaot. " Jtvsn tbnsmay ws, thatflvst - . On life's wide sea, Welcome each warning not.' MSS. HUMANS. MSS. HUMANS. John Bull on His Travels. Ths following is given ia a lata number of Coi-ens'a Wine-Press ns a "loaf from a cw loot" Its gtnulno appreciation of John Bull abroad will be recognized by every inielligoiiti traTeler who has fallen ia with the object described. The icene is on the Ehiue : -: 1 had had an indistinct vision of a pair of whisker at the fur end of the breakfast fable, brushed out a 1' Anglicize in parallel linen, as thin as a gilder's caiuol'a hair brush. These whiskera now tamo' up ...

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 September 1859

THE-PENN Y PRESS, FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Mo. 1 West Fonrth Street, end delivered to sobscrlbere In OIHOIHHATT.OOV. In OTON and KBWFOBX, ud la nmiandlDi cities, Villages and town, at . , . , SIX CENT A WEEK, arable to tne oerrler. , PRICB OP HAILING. . Single Ooplee, I ets.j Omm Xonth, 40 eta.; Tores Montht, l W; 0 lew, H . - I. a a VOL. 2. NO. 2& CINCINNATI, FRIDiT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, Jim: PRICE ONE CENT. AMUSEMENTS. ' "Wood's Theater COBKIB SIXTH TIN" Sw.. G1NCIKHATI. Jess A. Bllum, Je.....8ole Lrue and Itanagsr. farewell Beaellt end last appearance of The Star Sisters Lucille and Helen. THH (TrMnyVHTKNINa, September 23, Kill eBreinied the Interwting drama of JAOKSUKPPABD. .lack Shepwcl......... Miss Incllle. Jonathan Wild - -.Mr. Langdon. Mr Bowlaud Treucbard ....Mr. Mann. Thomas Darrell .h..m..m ...........Mr. Rad. ,lia BIumMu...,-.....,.... .............Mr. Kllaler. Wlnnlfred Mim Annie Wait. Fancy l)uce Marshall Uhildreo. To eonclade with tba celebrated Minstrel sce...

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 September 1859

THEPBESS. AKDT W. rBAHOlflCO.- JOHN . CALDWELL. BOTTOM ami naraitrroi. OfflCB WO. 14 WEST FOOHTH BTRIKT. . , TSKIHSl fer Wnk, payeM to the enM.-i.-.."- 6j M A""! Mat by mttll.....- -' CIJTCINNATIt FBI DAY.. JBEPTE.UBBU S3 The "Want" Column. Quit a feature of our dally paper ii the " WW column. Wo insert five lines for two days for twnty-flve wnta. There U letter or rjulltin-boari in our oounting-room, where answer, ere pkued, end the edrertlter c&lla durtiif the day and obtain numeroni letters addrewed to his initials. This cheep method of taring shoe-leather In running orer the town r searoh of what one needs is a wonderful time and labor-taring expedient. Try it, good people. This familiar course of expressing one's wants should be generally adopted. The faml PiK8 is rery extensively cironlated, and Is just the vehicle needed for advertisers. Its eheapneaa brings it into families who, un fortunately, have never takon a daily news paper. Its worth, we hope, gives it a passport ...

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 September 1859

WANTED." "WANTS," "FOB BACT," "TO IB," "L08T," "tOCHD'Aciii tMs-coWmn, ooewpylng five lines tries, two'toirtlB,twtr-flTwtfc l 'l 1 r ' ' AKtEbMBN Situations for olerki, twinlr ners. HlMfflftn. norter. MtuiMr.. Vtf-fcatotiurwliintai, As. Also,bulneM chanoe r inuj wibu tssivs nwu Mni jipptf to WANTED A PARTNER WITH $1,000. On who would b willing to travel ID a dosst nu iae wie khti laaaageaieni 01 A travel ing Dusmees, Capital already Invested, over J,lK. loan, they would be increased. This Is no offer of a lertaae, tad would only salt an intellfint man who wonld be satisfied with small stain. Jteforencea re. .aired. Addrea0. A. J., Pre oBIc. ep23b M ANTED. PATTERN FILER A t tove w w pattern flier, vr. Hi BALL A CO., 30 Alain-street. sepsd WANTED-CARRIAGE DRIVER An experienced man servant who tart drive a vnirhim. W. BALL A CO., ,pnd 1 M Main-treet. WANTED A PURCHASER A man with SWO can iaj on-bl? Interest In in e. tabllshed aud paying bualivesj. a. ,'nim.dlately ap plying to PAfT'.Nf...

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

owrm, 14 wbt rimi-trwi. ' MUDAT.. -BBPTEMBBR A3 , THE LITTLH GRAVB. . it Mir iitti inV th Mi4, ' "; And to they arleily turned ty From th monad tb .pade had awl that day. A n, they did net know how deep 4 .hajle .' , That little gray in our bom bid nude. I km the ooftta wwTjat-rnw airitiu.ll - - , One yard would ear served for an. uupU fall! s. And one man Id hit arms eonld bar burn away The rosebud and It frejghtor clay; Hut I knew tbat darling hopat won biJ , Beneath that lljtle coffln-lidY ,.',' lknow that a mother etood that day '' .! With folded hand Ly tbat form of clay; 1 know tbat barning team war bid , 'Neath th drooping laih aod aching lid;'' , And I knew hr lip, and check and brow,. ' V I Were almost m wbite a her baby', now. I k new that tome thing were hid away. The crimson frock, and wrapping! gay; TU Tittle tock and tbe half-worn ahoe, , , The cap with Iti plume and tiutelt blur; And an entity orib itb Ita covers spread. ,. At wbttib Ctetal the ilnleu dead. 'Tit a lit...

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

THE PENNY PRESS, In printed and published dallr,(Bundaysexoepte.l,)br FRANCISCO & CALDWEIX, At No. 14 Weit Fourth Street, Mid delivered to snbsoribera In CINCINNATI, COT. 1NOTOM rail NBWPOBT.aad hi erirroundlng cities. Vlllac and towns, at SIX CENTS A. WEEK, payable to the carrier. PRICE OF MAILING, mail Cosies, t ctf.j On Month, o ots.; Tuns Months, l oo; on Yar, U 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OOENIB SIXTH TUB B CINCINNATI. Jbn A. Eluleb, Ja..rJls Lease and Msnegor, A GREAT BILL FOB TO-NIGHT. , THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Saptambar 21, will Mpraanud,for the first time in several years, the interesting pW entitled THE CARPEHTEK OF BOTJKN. DeSaubigne .. Mr. Haim. A"?"'1'8 - Mr. Head. Sj.k'n: - - Mr.Adama. ,,r,J11tar Mr. Fisher. je'"-ij - Mr. Ellsler. Madame Trander Mrs. Gilbert. Dances and Bong Marshall Children. To conclude with the amustn farce or t J.,IK,AND 0DT PLACE. Letty, Paddv O'Rourke, M'lle Adelaide, M'lle Fran n.u li-n,,5, frai ,JBU Jaonr Denhani. Piinctilioue Etiquett...

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 September 1859

THBPBEfiS. akdt w. fbahcisco. : . johs x, CAtPTRtt. tmu u nraiMUt )... . onioi no. 14 treat fochts stbijji,, 1 TIBMBCZ" Per Week, parable to tLa carrier - 4 Per i.nnuiu, win by null.. S4 Ml SATOUDAY .SEPTKMBKR 2 1 Editorial and Selected Melange. . i iiT'-rv r' Wo congratulate, tho readers o tie' Pekxy fiiia that they are relieved from the Coxnml ikw of portoj orer pages of political no, cot political, bat partisan slang-whanging, svbuso, carplDg, usbrothtrly and sectional contro versyto get a snuff of tho nosegay of profit abla niT(( tb.it In our little sb.eetjtb.ey oomsat bo to the pith of the story, veil or ill-told. Janes Mitoholl, JeffaraonvlUa,., Indiana, Ssorotary of the Board of Colonization "in that Jute, says that an opportunity 1s sow afforded free colored men of that State to join a colony in Africa. Her. John MoKay, p( Mafllibn, iho auoosipaoied a large band- of. emigrant iron Iodiaua to Liberia, la 18WkwU1, In the spring, remove there with his family and sev eral of bU ...

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 September 1859

WANTED. 'iv'B "WAHTS," "JTOB BALK," "TO MT," "LOST," "FOUND," Ac, In this column, occupying Ave line or mm, two insertions, twenty-lire cents. WANTED-TAILOR-A firat-best work v ma cutoiuere' coats. AddreM W. W., viii. .in iimnc, sirseianu mi in "nr. aspMli' "YV'ANTED BOX-MAKERS Four first v rateworkmen.t-iwhomst'ady work will viven. OHOATEA HVAN8. sep24b' 807 Bscs street, below Liberty. WANTED NURSE-A girl about fifteen years old, to attend children. Apply nt ho. i outm-street, near nuin, up Btaira. sepi n WANTED B 0 0 K - K E'B FEB IhorouKhlr eomnetent book-kaoner fur Inrge wholesale houao in tula eliy. Mnathnva nxpe rivnce. None others need aoply. Address, with mul immBanflrfltoranw, lock-ops aw, r. if wmil WANTED LAND WARRANTS Exchange and Banking ome of John W. Clark. ra Want Thlt-H.itnwf. I'lnHi.nnll flhln :... i .- V I can locate land warrant upon Very valuable lantui ii uuiuci.m viitrrnuui will iurnisn IDtul lO 1UB n 1 , . viiwigo ivr uuiHiumfj wis isuu moderate, ctihii' iu t...

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 September 1859

THE PRESS. OmCB, 14 WEST F0URTH-8TBRBT. - ' j . , , i HI I I f SATDttDAY-- SEPTEMBER SI A SONG FOR SEPTEMBER. BY THOMAS W. PARSONS. Septembsrstrews the woodland o'er With many brilliant oolorf . ,..4; . The world is brighter than bewBiMi; w.. Wliy should our hearts be duller? Borrow and the trarlet leaf, .r' Sad tlioufbtu and sunuy weather r Ah, mrl I 111 J glory and this g(j?( KJ Agree not well together, . . Thlalt the partftig tcason this i The time wtK'n frieads are flying; - And lovow now, with many a kiia, Theirlong farewelLerosighing. Why is earth o gaily rlnil? f i ' '. , '; This potup that anuinin henretll . ... ,ljL A luneral seems wliere every fiieet A bridal gurmetit woaretli. Kach one of us, perchance, may hern, I In mine blue morn hereafter, Hetnrn to view the gaudy ear, -r : :t Butuotwitkboyishlaiibtcr; We thall (lieu be wrinkled ineu, : . Our brows with allvor laden. And thou tliia glen maynt seek again. But never wore a maiden! Nature perhaps foreseen that spring Wil...

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