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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, in printed and published daily, (Biuidanexcete4,)b7 FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, Ai HO I west ruuiiu Dtinsv, Mid delivered to enhacrlbers in CINCINNATI, 00V. 1M0T0N and SIWFOBT.and In inrroaiidiDg olties, Villages and towns, at .11':..- - SIX CENTS A WICK, payable to th Barrier. ' ' PRICE Off MAILING. - -. - . tingle Uopleey I ots.r. One Month, 40 ota.l Three Months, Si 00) One leer, ft OOrv '! .V. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Theater VOBNKB SIXTH 4 VINI Sri., CINCINNATI. Joan A. Ki.ui.is, Ja...-,...8ole Lessee tad Manager. JMrst night of the celoliriited tragedian, MR. JANES ANDERSON. THIS t M.md .O NVHNINO, September 20, will lio presented ShakKpfare'e maelerpiece, , , , , HAMLET. Hamlet .-Mr. James Anderson. Ghost h Mr. II ami. I.aertce Mr. Langdon. King Claudius ..........Mr. Lord. Polonlus .......,.,.,. y Mr. Mr. Ellsler, Haratio Mr. Read, it.rii- Mlaa Jfaunv Donliam. Cravo digger Mr. Adams. Ophelia Mrs. Eftie hllsler. Uueeu lierlrudc. Mr. Uilliert, Dnnce Mnrahnll Children....

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 September 1859

THE PRESS. CI NCI HI ATt':,r MONAV.-.-.L' ;.:.r.;;...M...8RPTEniBBK 38 Important News Steamert City of Bal timore and North American Arrived. Tha British and French had as enoounter with the Chinue, and both vera whipped. An accident by eiplailon of portion of the m ehlnery of the Qrtat Eatlern, killed a few men and will detain teTow mftath later. France and Bngland hare agreed to sn European Con ference. Borne London builders have yielded to terms of itrikori. The icort of Canada Cricketers' inningiii85, , ;' . Our Extra of Yesterday. Two railroad incidents oaonrriog together, a unfortunately they too often do, furnished theiraple of an extra PinhtPhsss yesterday, whioh created considerable excitement ia.Ta rioua parts of the. city where, distributed. We design to keep the people potted with sens at this office. See fall particulars, this morning, in another column. ., .', , Fatal Railroad Accident. Mrs. Burns, the aged lady injured, perhaps from being trampled ba in the ooofueron ...

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 September 1859

WANTED, 11 WASTS." t'FOB, SACK. "TO tKT. "LOOT," t -rotIMDrte.,lh this column. oarapfihf He Intv, two lwyU reiil-BVfc jl--tea WA5IBD-SIBI.8-.lt flir'J to Ell good situations. In citv and country. A ronng men ants sltuatiob to inn an enijlsi, WIS itfadefitands ble biulnea. Clerks, porters, carriage drivers, gar denara. rrMtiil hnvt! tnan .mri nftva fltf all litliM nf nnaiBWM to Da seen rot nlrfc iiaiiv,ih nomce.307 KInumdMiam-otretM. T Htm AB BUCHAHAH. ' tMP ) VANTlfti.fcSll!!& &0dJi8-6n tie iJfT ranttreflr-. within fifteen minutes walk of imtn-avrevi ana Whitewater Canal. PnMMU i Ml wilhitt three weeks. Address J. H.J.,0: Jlflh-st phyitclini nV.dtile.aAVed hlmseir gen. prescriptions. Address W.pas-b fi. H. At thii office. WANTED HOUSE A Cottage or Honss containing three room i, by a prompt pitying tenant. Ilont not to exceed St. Address y . agai 'sei26-b " A t th'is o'fnc. WANTED TO RENT HOUSE By a good tenant with a Tory small family, a imiill, convenient bouse, situated on...

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 September 1859

TPTEPRBSS. OFTICK, H frtST yOrJfrfH-BTllKKT.. ' MONDAY.. Advertised Letters. I 1ST OF LETTIIW REM AINI1JQ IN J the Glnolnaatl Post-fflC BATVnit BiTMiiio. harge of oneoenl. Persons calling (or them mill pleaae cnirepre4wlU thnecesty change. - nKPersons calling for these fetters Pj JT tlieyare iidvertised, and give number uito of . I IT" The office will openat IX A. M., and eta M at 6 P.M. Sundays-Office will ope from 9 A.M. lo lWi Alr The list below In made Bp erery Slrday' Tea inn, between 8 andl o'clock, and embrace! all the uu-sillcd-for lettersof that wwk- , IWOn Saturdays the onice ta closed from to 4 'cloth t. M. fcr the purport of preparing the .Utter No. 30—September 24, 1859. LADIES' LIST. Armstrong Mrs Addle , Astienfeltcr Kliisbeth' Anderson Mra Lavonia. Archer Mrs LouiiaC AmesMisaLuiie... Applln Mrs Elisabeth AndnweMaryW u . Aehton Miiismary Adams t.'rsldhv , Anna Au- M3 Beard Mlsa AankVW ' . Boynton Mn'p1" . ' Beck Mra Caroline, i ...i Bynner Miss. Amelias Brusnell Miss ...

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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. — 27 September 1859

TUF.PCMMV PRCfiC - 7 - " m ww mm - j llBallliArf S.tl. -lt 1. - FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14 Weit Fourth Street, ' fS,' iWEBSSSf.1? OTNOINNATI, COY. INQIOH uO NEWFOBX.snd lo uxromidWeMi SIX, CENTS parable to the carrier. A WEEK, PRICE OF MAILING. Bint 1 Copies, I eU. On Month, to oti.j Thro jnonins, 1 00 On Year, 4 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OORNEB SIXTH VINH Bn., CINCINNATI. John A. Blulib, Ja.,.....8oe Lease and manager. Immense success of the celebrated tragedian MR. JAMES ANDERSON, THIS (Tuesday) KVKWINB, September 27. will niipiKr.iii i" k" van oi "umuiio, In ODak spoarsf I tragedy of . . OTHELIiO, . .. The Moobi of Venics. Othello Mr. Andnmnn. 1KO Puke of Venice, Brabant lo..,.;.... ?assio ltoderigo DpHilaniona Kniilin., ....Mr. Langdon. air. riaher. Mr. Ellaier. Mr. Head. ...Mr. Adams. .Mra. KlInL.i- ..Mr. Gilbort. To conclndo with the coraedlotta of Till: ALPINfl JUAID. Kojatta SI Ins Fanny Deuham. air. Adiuns. K" A grand spectacular pioce In preparation. Aim. 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. — 27 September 1859

THE PRESS. AIDTW.yRANCISCO. . JOHN P. CALDWELL. 1MT0U AMD rMrilKTOU. ''Printed by Caloric." rtIO ICO. 14 YK9T FOUafH 8TKIBT. TBKMSi Tr Was, paysbls to ths carrier.. . ... ". JNe A sagas, aaat by nulU.- " " CINCIff NAT'It P UB8DAV.........-...SEPTEittBKIt TWe return thauki to the Ada ma Ex press for lata Western paper. Favor thus, rondtred are appreciated. The English and French Marine Repulsed in China. On the 15th of June, Hon. Frederick Bruce, the first British Minister to Peldn, (if he ever gets there,) loft Shanghai for the P&iho River A fleet of nineteen vessels tinder command of Admiral Hope, had preceded the three Embassadors, Hon. Mr. Bruce, of England; M. D Bourbonlou, of France; and Mr. "Ward, of the United States. Tho Admiral had Her Maiestv's ship Fan, "with three hundred marines, and the Atriti'anc, with numerous gun-boats, to force a passage, if seoessary, up the river. Yesterd ay morn ing's dispatches gave the sorry recital of th issue of the attempt. The Amerio 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. — 27 September 1859

If WANTED. WANTED 209 MBK Who wants work? Clerks,-meofcanlos, waiters, norters, bar keeper!, hostlers, taarasters, men useu to country life Ac. Also, a large nuniber of foaLalsaervanta for cooks, dining-room, chamber and nnrse girls, and Hirla for general hcmsework, in city and country. A I! In waat of work an invited to oil! early and tbey may have their wants suppled at our office, No. 382 Was tern-row. Our terras are to r-sry moderate that the poorest may secure the service a of ntir agency. Tfr-dt . A. I. CARBON CO. ww with $3.1 cash capita, to travel in and for a respectaMe business. $ 'per month and all ex penses paid, ltooon for all tneu out of business, oitheryonngor old. A ddress DANIEL I. CLARK, are Empire office, Payton, t. sopW-b WANTED NOTE A flrst-olm mort gage note at 31,000, on city property having nliont a year to run. Address "MOHTGAQE," office of till" paper. bo27-: WANTED A. family residing In Newport, harlni I two unfarnlalied rooms disengaged, wish to hoar oa r...

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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. — 27 September 1859

THEPEESS. , orrici, 14 west fobbtb-btmet. TUESDAY.. ..SKPTKMBKH 97 THE ANGELS OF THE HOUSE. 1 TIs inlil that ever round our ptth I The luwan anpel stray. That give us blissful dream by night, . i . And guard our atop by day. . ilut there' an augel in the house, -' Sleek, watchful aud sincere, , That wispers words of hope to us When mine beside are near: , It it tho one, the chosen one, - That's linked to ul for lifts 'J'ho angel of thohnppy homo, The faithful, trustiug wife. , 'Tia raid that angel walk the oiirlU- f 'iu sure it must be so- When round our path , scarce kcd ly us, . Such bright things come and go. Are then.' not twinge by our lido ; A fair aa angel are? As puro, aa stainless, as the forms i That dwell beyond the star ? Yes there are ungels of tho earth, Pure, lnnooent and mild; The angels of our he arts and homos, JSacli loved and loving child. J. E. CARPENTER. In the Wrong Room. Tho wag of the Montgomory (Ala.) Mail, "Simon Sug8," perpetrates this good 'an: A friend ...

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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. — 28 September 1859

- " THE PENNY PRESS, lswtasdaBduWtoeddauy,(flil dsysexoepted.)! tf : FRANCISCO & CAI DWELL, At Mo. 14 West Four th Street;, M deliver to fcll"l""AE'.ttJl' 1 NOTON and NsfWPOBT.and In tat rounding clllaa, villa and towns, at ,, SIX CENTS A Vi'lEK, Bayabl. to th strrter. ' PRICE OP MAIM1VG. Mail Copies, 3 rfi.; On Month, 40 ota.j Three Months, f 1 00; Obs Tx, 1 W. AMTJSEME.NT.S. OOBNEB BI&Ta VIHB1 bib., .nvw. . ,.tmliiin Third appearance or the celebrated T-rajtedlau, MR. JAMES ANDERSON. . THH (Wednesday) 1CYICBINO, B. pt n r . " Jr. Anderson willnppoar In flhakspeare's tragedy or COBIOLANUS; Ol, fun BOMAjl SUltOH, Which baa not been playsd he" formwlj y. Anil which will bo prenenttdwith th following pone cful OAHTOPIIUBACTIU: r.im Mrcl CorioUmu Mr. Andy rnon. k.niinlm r, r. I lanu. M. inlm iMlior. Hrmm r- ':'"ni- TuVlut AulldiH - Mr. liB,"doii. Voluoius ni-iL6"!' Volumnia. ;.-.! ; .lb?.rt Virgllin Hun AnniB tatte. Uloria Jnlla After which SlgDorita Jteria, only eight n am old...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 September 1859

THE PBESS. A IDT W. FBANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. r.Diron Ass pupuctou. es WflCI XO. 14 VIST FOURTH BTBI8T. TiKitrsi .- ft Week, payable to th carriers 6c. Pr Aanoni, sent by null ti 00 CINCINNATI: WEDJIESDAT.. SEPTEMBER as INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH IN CINCINNATI. Wo aro advised by Mr. W. II. Cooudgi, Corresponding Secretary of the Committee of Arrangement of the Union Cricket Club of this oity, that, he hat received i telegraphic dispatch from Mr. Joxathav Hattebslt, the President, who went to Montreal to make the negotiation, that the' arrangement! for the "All Bngland Eleven" to visit thii oity were about completed,, and that they trill play in Cincinnati. . Another Frightful Casualty. Wo learn that a locomotive of a freight train en tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad explodod en Monday afternoon, at a point about twenty five miles east of Wheeling, Va, killing en ginoor, condaotor and fireman. Particulars not given. The Celestials and the "Barbarians." Our readers want to know som...

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. — 28 September 1859

WANTED. ; rrr- - m-MT iwtvn BTTiTATTfiv Ttw a Tonne man who can give unexceptionable referencea, a situation as assistant book-keeper, or MOopying Vvlerk la a feiooctablo business. Salary roasouable. Address SVTHKLBKRT i. DUNSTOrf, Hamilton, , Butl.r County, 0 giving real name and ominous. ill T aepM-d-j nsty, 0., glvi -t - yiKTANTED .INFORMATION Of Eldo- w V retta Thompson, aged 10 years, who formerly mod wit" Mr. Cansaily, on (Jeorge-itrnet, between Wound and Cutter. Any information left for "W.," Ht thlt office, will be thankfully received by her mother. . , . sepM-a A lady who un1 tiavwl. txiarirtsi in occupy pnrl -of her i'mo in copying. Work intruiitad WANTED COPYING . writes a good, Uc, ronni 5cr"jubw'.'l and prouiptijr done. Address "D. Ji&HJLeD".y Proas office. sepM-h i "V'AKTED AGENT8 Reliable agents Wv In nv.rv eit ftnrl .UlnirA In th. TTnlted HtAtfli. lHalary $11111 per month; conditionally, $20 capital re- auired. Mir pnrtlculnrs aildrnss (stamp lociosen; uoaerai lu...

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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. — 28 September 1859

.',w.- THEP3RESS. Ol'FICf, M WK3T rOURTH-8TRIIT. SIX CFNTS WILL PAY FORTH E PINNY PRESS ONE WEEK. WKBNESDAY .BEPT .EMBER 8S 'i TO A DRUNKEN HUSBAND. Jlv hnshand, 'twas for tlusc ( left own. niv hacDv iiom ; i For thee 1 lelt my cottage I Willi thee 111 .lov to mam ; I And where are all thy holy vows, The truth, tneiove, me trust, Tlmt woo in v heart? all scattered now, Aud trampled in the dust., t'i, , I lored thee with a love untold, And when I stood beside '' i Thy noble form, I joyed to think ' ,. -. -,- I win thy chosen bride. . . , They tuld me ere I wu itiint, own, How sad my lot would be ; I I bought not of the future, thsii i v ,. .1 ouly thought of thee. ( 1 left ray home, my hnppy home, A unuy-bearle4 thing.. , . Forgetting that my happiness A shadowing oloud might briun, , , . The euniiy aide of life la gone, its shadows only mine :. And thornsare springing In my heart, VYhere blossoms used to twinw, 1 do lint Memo tliee for thy lot, I only pray for thee, Tlmt thou mav'st...

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. — 29 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, II printed Ml published dally, (Sundays exoepted,) sy FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No 14 "Wiit" Fourth Street, ud delivered to subscribers la CINCINNATI, TOY INOTON Mid NEWPOBT.and tasurrotmdiag cities, villages and towns, t SIX CENTS A WICK, payable t the carrier. PRICE OP MAILING. Single Copies, I ott. On Month, M eta. Tint Months, f 1 00; One Tow, H 00. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Theater OOUNEB BI1TH I VINJC Bti., CINCINNATI. John A. Klulci, J b ..Sol Leuu Hud Manager. Kuurlli appearance of the celebrated Tragedian, . MR. JAMES ANDERSON. THIS (Thursday) KVE8IN0, September , Mr. Anderson will appear in ShRkspeare's tragedy of MACDETIt. Macbeth Macduff. Bhdiiiio Malcolm Herat e'lrat Witch Second Witch.... Mr. Anderson. nr. Litmdon. ........... Mr. Hann, Mr. Komi. ........Mr. Ulliler. -....Mr. Aciania. ...Alias Finny Denham. Urn. Gilbert, Lady Macbeth,. After which Blcnorlta fileria. only eleht Team old. will appear in several of ber boantlinl dances. Also, I lie Marshall C...

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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. — 29 September 1859

THEPBESS, AMVr W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. KDIT0B9 AHO PaeraiETOBS. CK NO. 14 VIST rOHRTH BTBKM. TBRM81 Per Wiwk, payable to the carrier..,..., ... Sc. Nr Aaamu, seat by mall t W . . CINCINNATI: Tlil'ltSDAY SEPTEMBER. 2! The Woodward Re-union. To-day many of our active, useful men are buys again. They are reminded of thoir Woodward High-school days reminded of thoir youthful association, their sports, their play-grounds, tbeir old teachers and the great patron of the school, the worthy Woodwabd himself. It was a laboring man, the nover-to-bo sufficiently esteemed William Wood ward, who, whoa the State was struggling to initiate a systom of Free Sohools, common to the children of all ranks in the State, this Cin cinnati pionoor, the humble tanner, the man who drove his own oart in daily work before tho High School be himself endowed that started for the people's childron of Cincinnati a noble common and elassioal school, which, like the running waters of a cleft rook, has been bl...

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. — 29 September 1859

WANTED. "WANT8," "FOB BAU.! "TO LIT," "LOST," "f 0UND,"4o.,ln this column, occapyins At lines or less, two Insertions, twenty-five cents. WANTED-SITUATION AS HOUSE-KKBPBR-By ii American lady, well ac quainted with all the details of housekeeping. Ref ereocee given and required. Would not ouject to Suing few mllee into the country. Add reus Mrs. l.,attlilolHce. aepftih WANTED COOK A young man of good habits, who known bow to cook for a reatanranl: Herman pre lerred. Noolherneed apply. Call at KNDKKSS'8 Dining Halooo, 31t Viae-itreet. lnepi'jli'l WANTED 2S SHOEMAKERS To work on Indies' shoes. Apply tuMABKTKNNl SO M.3I0 Main -atrfot. eepffl-b WANTED SITUATION By a young man who has bad eight years' experience In the drug Hiid prescription buslneea. Can give the molt satisfactory references. Address J. K. T., Box , Covington, Ky. sepUM WANTED Boarding and room in private family where there are few or nonthor hoard ers. Address W. B. T., box 719 postofnce. Refer ences given. sepTO-h WANT...

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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. — 29 September 1859

T H E PR E S S; Ol'KICK, 14 WEST rOUBTR-STRKET. ' IX CFNTS WILL PAY FOR THE " MN.NY PRESS ONI WEEK. i TH0B8DAT..M.. ..SEPTEMBER 99 THINGS TO CHERISH. ' Th" eyes Hint took with love on thee, " 'That brighten with thy smile, - Or merely bid the hope again, ll thou an sail awhile; ' The eyes that, when no word are hroutlit'd, ,. Oazc fondly Into mine j ? 0)i.( liorinh them, era theygrow dim, '1 liny may not always shiae! Thedaithfal koarrs around thee . , Thatglov. with love sad youth, ; u That time ami care ne'er yet haveacared,' Kor ravished of their ti nth; Tn heart whose beatings we have heard, When throbbing near our own On, cherish them; thoKObeatinga hushed, S; Mrlk'stoirtBttenee) are gone. , J'l!S,W when tliore are hearts and eyes t i r "That throb and beam fiirfw ... . The few fleet honrawhen lifedotrivsaeui Bright aaa summer tea; The thrilling moments when to speelt , 'be Ml heart's joy Is vain Oh. cherish thorn! once gone, alas! '. - Jbryne er return again!. i i I'LL TRY. Di...

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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. — 30 September 1859

SWaBWaWWSBWjSgsawJBWSBWjWJBawMSBWsM TH .PENNY. PRESS, II printed and published dally, (Bnndays excepted,) bp FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Wo. 14 West Fourth Street, And dslrnred to snBseriben la CINCINNATI, OOVi INGTON and NBWPOBT.aud Usurroundingdties, '4IX CINTS paraMa to tbe carrier. WEEK, Vliri! nn uiirtwfl ' ' Single Copies, a ots.; One Month, M ettl; Three Months, l 00; One Year, 14 00. ' ' AMUSEMENTS. W O O D ' S Til EATER. 10 EN KB SIXTH AND TIXE-STB1 ITS. John 4. KusLia, Ja., ....Sole Leasee and Manager. SW Benefit of the great Tragedian, MR. JAMBS ANDERSON. THW (Friday) KTSNINoT September 30, will bfe presented tbe celebrated tragedy, called ,.,, ,. GI8IPPC81 J Oi. Tub FoEaoTTia Fbiino, Gleleri-"... " Mr. AudernOn. Tltusliuin Fulvlus Mr. Laugdon. Medou , Mr. Maun. Cliremes Mr. Heart. Lyclai i.. Mr. Hall. I'heax Mr. Lord. Sophroula... Mrs. Ell.ler. Hero.......... . .. .... Miss Julia living, After which, Senorlta Marin, in "liaTarrentell," from the opera of " AlaesauielW Do...

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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. — 30 September 1859

THE PRESS AIM W.FHANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. iduom Ann nWBIETOU. . . tmn-fKL.ll wist foubth sibir. ti ma s i nr wew; peyaoie ins carriers....-.......j. wj fto Auaoii rent by iulli4.uiiwf 00 01 NOINNATIt FRIDAY ..SEPTEMBER. 30 jBsTThsaki to B. 0. Meredith, of Adams's Sxprss Company, for Indianapolis favors. "China Must Pay for the War." lis London Tim threaten! that "every as of the Engllih ship must be re-built with Chinese, silver" "Chins, must find the onoy" "Th Cblness must, 'pay the whole expenw" "The Chinese must, pay for the war;" and then proceeds smiting ly to lay oat a programme of turning thousands of Sepoys from India loose on the tear fields of John Chinaman, and scores of bulla' in' herohiDa hop, breaking op the ware and the ground generally, and charge the whole cost to the Celestials. Yes, China has already lined the coffers of British traders, smugglers and offi cers, lot an interminable number of yean there has been a flow of tycee, or pore ingots of Chinese silver,...

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. — 30 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB 8AM, VTO HI," "LOST," 'FOCND,,,Ae.,ln thlsoolumn, oorapylnf five lines , Or laM, two insertion, twenty-live oents. . WANTED SITUATION By a young man, 19 ySars old. In wholesale grocery or , dry goods store. Address N. R. W., at tbii office. sep-TOb .. WANTED -COTTAGE-In Cincinnati, -. OoTington or Newport, In a healthy location, U"Ji """" ""vui., or tuo luwerpartoi a nouse, tt d etlnct. Address, stating ternu, Ao T. W. L.J Postofflce, Cincinnati. iep301i 7"ANTED-CARPENTER orOABINET- MAKER For counter, shelving and farnl lure work. Inquire at W. CARTKB'S Household Furniture Depot, 31 East Fifth-street, between Main and Bycamore. sep30bi ANTED BOARDING By two re- T. "JP5.,6,e Tom Indies, in a private family. Address &0. P., at this office. ..naoh. ."WMANTED PARTIISA A good business I. S?n,wJ.th V;0- In a well-established bnsl. new. Addrew Box?' PostolBco. ' aep30d' ETANT2b-BAKER To work on oakes gjjh-'.t.crcle"' Mawlngl"d.eB,n., ANTED MILLINERS AdbIt imme dia...

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. — 30 September 1859

T EE PE ESS. w7 orrici, 14 west foumh-stum. U CFNT3 WILL PAY FORTHE PRE83 ONE WEEK. jrftlDAY..... .SEPTEMBER 30 HUMBLE WORTH. Tell me not that he's a poor man, ' That his drees it ooarso and bare; Tell me not his dully pitlnnce In a workman's scanty fare. Till ma not als birth la humble, . That his patronage l lows . . . ,. la no honest In his action? That is all I want to know, ' U hit ward to be relied on? .Wae hit character no blame? ' i Theo I care not if he's low-born, Then I ask not whence his nama. Would be front an unroot action i .Turn awny bis scornful aye? . Would ha than defraud another, . ' . Sooner ok the scaifold die - ti. :'. ..... Would ba spend bis hard gutod earnings On a brother in dlstressr . ' Would be succor the afflicted, 1 ' And ibe weak one'l wrong redress? Then he is a nian deterring ' - Ofiujr lore and my esteem i " '' -A aid I oareluot what his birth-place , in tbe eyes of men may soem. ' lit .. ' '. ' lel'lt be a low thatched hovel ; Let It be a clay-bu...

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