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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 7 October 1859

THE DAILY PENNY PRESS FRANCISCO- CAIDWEIX PB0PRIETQB8. 14 WesB;fc Fourthstreeti TDK PENNY PRESS il delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington end Newport, and nor ' rounding cities mid towns, at the ex tremely low prlco of 1 1 XME N'TS'A Wit K,r ! ; ( Payable to the carrier. ''"""' FBICI OT MAILING: ' ' '" Single Copies, l cti.; On, Month, 40 eta.: Three Months, II to; On Iu, 4 00, .. AMUSEMENTS.-! WOOD' S T II E ATE R. SeBNBI SIXTH 1MB TIKI-ITHItTa, loan A.. Kujlib, Ji.. Sols Lessee and Manager. Farewell Benefit of tho favorite Tragedian , MR. JAMES AHDBRSON. " DAMON AND PTTttlASi ,1 H 0,TiitTK)tor FRii:NDSip. Ilanmti Mr. Anderson Pythias .... ....Mr. Latigdon. IHnnysitte : Mr. Ilann. Phlltotlus Mr. Head. Damocles r.....i..i..f j...,. M r, Fisher. lanthc - ....Lr..,.Blr. Ellaler. llcrmion - Miss Waito. Senorita Maria m two graceful dances. .. To conclude with Shsgapeare'sconnHlyofa, ' CATHERINE AND FGTUUOUIO. Petruchio Mr. Anderion. (Jriiinio ; Mr. Kllsler. t'athtirlue Mrs. ...

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. — 7 October 1859

THEiPEBSS.' A ! TT. FBANOISW); J JOBS D.'OAlbwIIiIj. ; $iTW "D rnepiiETdas. .C"lM"C I S N AT I: PRIDAY..:i.:...... " OCTOBKH. The Fashionable Vehicle—Street Railroad Cars vs. The Omnibus. Oood-bj, old Oaiuibual t . We thought you tu a great improvement on the old stago eoaoh, and patronized 70a aa a great fKTorlte.-' With the faahidn ta, Yehiolei, you have in a great meaitue to give way to, not the "Low Baok Carj" but the long, low, street railroad ear. You are a melancholy example of the pithy law, "one might 14 Veil be oat of the world aa out bf the fashion." "When we won dered and admired your first rude enterprise, years lang syne, when introduced on Front street, to 6ttveyhe"adventurou8 few frorti Job Em rsox'a, on S Lower Market-street, to Oobbin's Sportsman's Hall, we thought you was "some." Sines, when the Rccibrs, and the Lathams, the Dohkrtys, and the Tuixf.b Datidsom," had brought you to well-nigh perfection Id comfort,' capacity and in numbers, we gave it up, that the wo...

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. — 7 October 1859

WANTED. "WAHTS "FOB BALM," !'T0 1IT," "WBT," "ODHt,wlo.,fh Ihiseolumn, occupying lit line ttless, Iwohnortion, twenty-nre oenU), , ..,. V)t7"ANTED 1MPL0YMENT-A praod- cal chemist offer to send to any person, for the sum of II, on number of (no followinv receipts : ' Twenty valuable receipt for removing ink,cld, grease, and all banner of stains from paper, silk, linen, cloth.stc. . . Nlne'een receipts for the manl ufcetur or A Sfo. 1 Blacking, in liquid, mitu or halls. 3. Twenty receipt for gliding, severing, thrill ''. etc. .4. Nineteen receipt. 5i7, ""',M,able onV mentifictur without Sk."0'1-?1' or an!r .othlr laborious dperatlon, article and ornaments from lvn-. i,.L' h. iu : ... " r., r, 1 1 1 n, care oi m. n o Mo. 883, Poetofflo,, Columbiu, 0. oc7a y ANTED-AQENTS A ft mot agent to Introduce Nelsons Mercantile Arithmetic In tho country. Call At Weatern Commercial Col. lege, MXon's aew bulltllnir. opposite the Pottofflc. toc7 V"ANTED-C0OK AND WASHER A good cook and washer to pi ab...

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. — 7 October 1859

P, 1 I1 'IllUl-JU.rp 1 1 I'i'i 'ir'-.T." , . .. twirt, 14 wifli fouets-stskiin i : i i . FRlD.tr.:.; ..OCTOBER r IX OENTS WILL PAY FOR THE MNNY PRESS ONE WEEK. THE AMERICAN AUTUMN. BY FANNY REMBLE. Tlion conUsi hpt in sober gn'lse,' ' ; ' ' -. ' In mellow cloak of russet clntlf-' , Thing are no melancholy skin. " ' , . .Nor htwlees flowers, pule Hud soil; ' , But, IIKeiin emperor, triumphing, WltU gorgeous robes of Tyrian dyes, Fall Hush of fragrant blossoming, , . ' And flowing purple canopies. ' How call yo this the season's tall, 1 That-seenis tnn pageant of she year',- The nomri that tmrtnff and nnmmer wear. oil toll me western light oi day On rack, and stream, and winding snore! Bolt, woody pinks and granite gray, With sinker clouds are cnrtnlned o'i me wide, clear watais sleeping lie Benmirti the evening's wings of gold, Aua mrtnoir giaisy Dreast tno say .AndMnltatheir mingled hues unfold. Jar irtftlalfui I US In Htrewti fcHea kwvos, that U Likefriboacarileisllaronpd i- The sl...

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. — 8 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS Ii pnbllsbed dally, ( Sundays eaoeptcd,) by FRANCISCO b CALDWEliy 1 TBOPBIETOBS.' " ornoi no. 14 wilt rotini-iiiin, THE FENNY PRESS Is delivered to subscribers In Oinoinnati, Cvington and Newport, and sur- ' ' rounding cities and towns, at the ! ' tremely low price of ' BIX OINTS A WXIK, PAYABLE TO CABBIIB. PSICZS 0 MAILISfl: Single copies Sc.; 1 menth iOc.; 3 months Si; 1 veartl. AMUSEMENTS WOOD'S THEATER. aOBNM SIXTH AND VlHB-aTBBBTg. Jem A. Ellsleb. Jb.........8qIs lessee and Manager. Last aight of the favorite Tragedian, MR. JAMES ANDERSON. THIS (Saturday) EVENING, October 8, will be presented Shitkspeare's great (ire-aot tragedy of , RICHARD III; Or, Tim Battib or Boswobtu Field. ' Richard ( Duke ol Gloster)............ Mr. Anderson. Kiohmoud... ............Mr. Langdon. King Henry .. Mr. Hann. Buckingham ...Mr. Bead. Prince of Wales .................. IU lis Walts. Stanley ; Mr. Fisher. t'stesby M..M........t...M. H....Mr. Lord. Queen Elizabeth.., Mrs. Gilbert, ...

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. — 8 October 1859

-THBPEESS. HATURDAY... ............... OCTOBKa S A New Governor of Cuba. , tftiuiw. Jjm been otrtftinlx appointed Cap- Ml ideneral of the Island of Cuba. The Telegraphic Budget. m . Tift, lightning messcager, gpcodiiig from a me electric pomtn pf tlio world, charged with important news, supplies our readers '2- n1,n,nS with intelligence of Wfitchloss Interest.' Read the dispatches in. to-daa PKimr Trims.' . . ' The Health of the Pope. The health of Pope Pius IX it declared to bo in an alarming condition-he being unlit from tho severity of sickness to attend to public business. The anticipation of the demise of the head of the Catholic Church, pwahsns the pioua sympathies of the faith ful toe worjd over. . -n . The Brilliant Trotting Race. Our city will be distinei1i.,l rj . i.,ira. iZt '.rj? C,?clnn Trotting Park. This Kreat tournament of trained holm, was con id to the great satisfaetlon of a Inrf-s aa.. : V ground, bein(- oharoterhTeI by number .. '""'oa order. "Flora Temple "has ...

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. — 8 October 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "fOB BALE," "TO LKT," "IiOST," "FOUND," to., In this column, occupying Ht lino Of less, two Insertions, twenty -live cents. WANTED STOCKING SEWERS-ApI ply at LUNG'S, opposite the Bellview Tavern, Bycamore mil. oes-b w ANTEDTINNERS Three or four Uar-t tinner a un Waat VlfiU-.i Ajpply 'immediately. ' wj-d' ' ANTED TO SELL ECnOLARSHIPS in Bacon and Gnnclry's Commercial Ooliegra. flood for full course of study in double entry book keeping. Good for day and evening Instruction. Apply toW. B. ACKLKY, at E. W, Tultle's ox. change office. North-west corner of Sycamore and Third. ocS-b WANTED SITUATION To merchants a book .keeper, assistant book-keeper, entry or corresponding chirk, or In any situation where no could make himself useful either in storo or connt-ing-room, by a young married man of several vrra experlonca. Address Messrs. Gibson A Uo.,202 Vino treet, orC. H bol.l, Cincinnati, Ohio. nc8-b WANTED CIERKS, SALESMEN, bookkeepers, barka-psrs, porters, coopers, carpe...

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. — 8 October 1859

THEPRESS. 1 OTfK,, 1 ftn OtT8TH-8TRiT., .MATUBDAY. .....OCTOBEtt 8 I CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE :, NNNY PRESS ONE WEEK.' BABY LOUISE. I'm In love with yon, tabjr Lonlaet " 'With your ailken harfr and your soft bin eyes, ' And tbs dreamy wisdom that tn them lieu, J And the faint, sweet smilsvon brought from the ikies, tJeoysranBhlue, baby Louise. : ;' When vob fold yflnr hands, baby Louise-, ' Youranus, like a fairy's, so tiny and fair, With pretty. Innocent, Mint-like air, An you trying to think of me angel-taught prayer? 1 ' ' You learned above, baby Louise? !? TWfnJovewltbydu.Tiatiy lonMse-'-- ' ' Wavl yu never raise your beautiful headl ... Hone 4wy little one, your cheek will grow red ' With a Bush of delight, to hear the word sold, . . .,nlkwtvo,n. tiebr Jboabe,. , , ,. L Bo you hear mo, baby Louise? A bVe "'i lom tnita for nearly au hour, , And your lashes keep drooping lower and lower, . ,AniJ--youve gone to sleep, like a weary flower, , Ungrateful bahy Louise! . " .... . A Sad S...

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. — 10 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS In published dully, ( Sundays excepted,) by FRANCISCO b CAIjOWELL, 1'llUFUIETOBS. orrios-MO. H wist loun-iiiiit, TUB PENNY FBKUSIs delivered to siibacribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and bun rounding oitios and towns, at the ex tromoly low price of BIX CBNT3 A WEEK, FATABLB TO CAUBIBR. raicKa or kailinu: Single copies 2c.; 1 iuiith -loo.; rt uionHmSl; 1 year It. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. toBNii tPKTii and viNi-rrairrs. Josw A, Blulib, J Hole Leasee and Manager. Grand production of tlic grout Romantic Spectacle, THE SEA OK ICE, The most effective and Intonating ilrama,combInlng Gorgeoua Scenery and Drainatio Effects. THIS (Monday) EVENING, October 10, and every ovuiiiiiH until further notice, will be proeented the grand Romantic Urania, tu Ave tableaux, entitled l'HK HE A OF IOK; Ob, A Tiiibot tot Gold. GUaractera in the first and second acta. Jlonrl de Lasconrs Dir. Hnnn. Cm Ion ......Mr. Langilon. Ilnmbna ..............Mr. Ulster. Joan Uoiloo Mr. Lord....

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. — 10 October 1859

THE PRESS. AUDI 7f, rBANCJSCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. iditom amd rBOpainoiuu CINCINNATI! MONDAY. .'. OCtOBKH. 10 Masonic Grand Bodies of Ohio. The annual eommunioationi of the Grand Inoampment, Graud Connoil and Grand Chap ter of Ohio, will commence at Coluinbui, on Thursday of thii week. Tha Grand Lodge will meet In the lame place on to-morrow week, Tueiday, October 18. "Upsetting Machine"—A Curious Dodge. A Mr. B. J. Dodos, of Wisooniin has In rented an "upsetting maohlne." Suoh aeon triranoe will be la operation, no doubt, ia the election districts In various parts of the State, next Tuesday, tripping up the heels of numer ous politicians who suppose they now stand fast. The Elections. Ohio has an opportunity to-morrow to chocs' State offloers and members of the Genera' Assembly. We suppose that so large a olty as Cincinnati is too busy to interest herself In suoh a small matter as an eleotion, and will look to the newspapers to get It up and report the result on Wednesday morning. We...

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. — 10 October 1859

WANTED. WANTED 8ITTJATI0N By a middle aged American mm. at any kli d of honor, bla business. Address J. W. 8., No. Mi Western tow. , olob WANTED COOK A flrst-elsss, eiperl- ?n.?0J!l8 fi.tfi Pi1 -mo-row, oitober yANTKD-SlTCATION A3 TEACH , , B -"7 Tonne man who has had expert- Swii,-.'f,chl?gl ln elF or country schools. ;EffOBWt of competency " eech thensnal n i!i in DTIJB?h. higher mathematics and ths Latin I??!.!. 'uegas will be fm Dished. Address Mo at IMs offlcs, 010b VW'ANTED STOCKING BEWERS Ap- ply at tONO'S, opposite ths Bellview Tavern, BycamoreHW. ocg-b W-ANTEDTINNBBS Throe or four ' good tinners at So.H, West Fifth-street, Arply immediately. oc9-d y ANTED TO SELL SCHOLARSHIPS w J . In iDacon and Gundrr's Commercial Cotlegst. pood for fnll oonrw of ttudv in doubla entry book keeping. Good for day and evening Instruction. Apply to W. Jt. ACKLEY, at B. w! Tuttie's "m. chanio offloa. North-west corner of Brcamore and , ocs-b 1T ANTED SITUATION To merchants 7." bk-kFer, assistan...

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. — 10 October 1859

THBPEBSS. OF KICK, 11 WKST KOCRTII-BTRRKT. MONDAY.., OCTOBER 10 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE NNNY PRESS ONE WEEK; Advertised Letters. LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN the Cincinnati Poet-office Saturday Kvikino, (VImIm-cR. lr,'L IW All letters adveitlsert are subject to an extra eoariroot one coin. rersons caning lor mem win picu i comepre pared with the necessary change. tr Persons calling for these letters will please say ..... I 1 ... :. ... I Antn Af lint. MicToin HuvnniKui miu uuiuurr chum '-- S)T The office will openai'ii A.M., and close at 8 r. in, eunuays uiuce will cuen irom iwi ir"Th ll.f lw.ln- u ma nn wrr RaLunlav even ln. between 3 and 4 o'clock, and embraces all the uncalled-for letters of that week. . ZTOn Hatnnlav the niiice Is closed from S to 4 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of preparln the Letter No. 41.—October 8, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A Abbott Miss El lea Ange Mi's Ellaa Avery Miss Uattle Allen Mrs Mary Augburn Mi 8 Sarah B Dordwell Mrs Annie Boekus Miss Elisa Boner Miss...

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. — 11 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS I published dally, ( Sunday! excepted,) by FBANCISCO b CALDWELL, PBOPEIKTOBB. orrioa-ao. H win rovsTH-steis. TUB PENNY PBKBS Mellvered to subscribers lo Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and sur rounding eltles and towns, at tb ex tremely low price of BIX CBNT9 A WXIK, PAYABLE TO CAKB1IB. . NICES Of MAILIH0: Single copies 3c. i 1 month too.; 3 monthstl; 1 year $4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. ohm emra AMTwi-iTiiiii. Jen A. IluliBi Ja....Bole Leeiee end Hangar, rand production of the great Romantic Spectacle, THE SEA. OF ICE, The moat effective and Interesting drama, ooniblnlng Uorgous Scenery and Dramatlo Effects. THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, October 11, and every evening until further notice, will be presented the grand Romantic Drama, in five tableaux, entitled THE BEA Of ICE i Ob, A Tinaer roa Gold. Characters in the Brat and second act j. Henri de Laacours Mr. Uann. Carlos............ ..... mm Mr. Lanadou. Barabfu HHMWHH.H.Ni.Hm..IIr. Kllsler. Jean Medoo Mr. Lord. Pie...

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. — 11 October 1859

. TPIEPEESS. AJTOI W. FBAKOISCO. " JOHN D, CALDWELL. 1 ' ' ' ' IDITOH) AHD PRePRlRTOafl. TITKSDAY.... ...OCTUItKR It The Lost Navigators—Franklin's Designs and Outfit. :. 8), tons Rossj In a letter to Sir Sdwibd Finn, when fusts' were entertained ana ' ' tprwietl of th loss of Bir John and Captain sjcostiir, nyn ! A I ' "Their last letter to I an from WhaleBsh Islands, the day jirevlonj to thefr dopartur,. . Infermi me that tiy had taken on board pro iti4 : yMons for tbr arsy-on full allowance, wbioa they oonld extend to four years withoat any serlonrlaoonvenience, so that wo may feel assured they onnnot want from that souroo A tU after the midJlo of July, X849." : ,, vj Bir.'(TpH RiqHiRnjo:jiae ; of Captain Fsaxemx's wsrniost friends, speaks thus of his ,.( dssigaa (..,.,. J "I had many conversations with Ibakkm! . up to the era of hia, dep&rture respecting bin .i . f"far proceedings,,; jtis plans; were to shape " hia coarse, in, the first instance, for the neigh houd of Capo W...

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. — 11 October 1859

WANTED. UTaNTED-Ai our business la at thta : T season of the year raDldlr season of the rear rapidly Increasing, ws end forth a general InTltation fo all who may want te hire choice help, and alao to those Id want of any kind at work, to call at our Intelligence Office anil have their wants supplied. But.perhaps.some may J' .?" Deen " Intelligence olfloee and have never, or seldom received any beneBt th-refrom. Wereply, that may be very true, but hare you ever been at our Office, to the office of A. D. Carson ft Co., No. M irjou naranot, you abould glvsusi trial Immediately. Me practice nodeeeDtlomwesel- ?i1ni'ir.STt'ifs1' w neral satisfaction. A . D, innouw a uu. OCllbt 1 ANTED HELP A man that can milk " and take care of horaea, and make bitnaelf U9IMU1 auouc a noueo; aieo, email nurse girl: ten good g rlt want situations In city and country The right vihv iu rgimuifl amp ia hi mr Qincfl, 307 Him an .iiuin-streot. i MijMAO ilLUUAHAH O0llb Vsar-r . .T1inr lfl1ir htut n ,y ah iflu i ...

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. — 11 October 1859

THE PRESS. ornci, 14 wist FovsTH-gTwriT. TUKWDAT .OCTOBER 11 IX CENTS WILU.PAY FOR THE MNNY PRESS ONE WEEK. THERE'S SOMETHING IN A KISS. . There's something In a kin, Though 1 can not reveal it, Tbat never comet amiss, Not even when we steal It. We can not tuto a kiss, And sure, we can not view ll; But la there not bliss Communicated through II? I'm well convinced there la A certain something In it For (hough a simple kiss, We wisely strive to win it. There'a something In ft kin: II nothing else would prove It, It mignt oe provea or mis All noneat people love it. WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE. When we are oil wise, Marvels of Science may, perhaps, content the common thirst for wonderment as well as it ha heretofore been satisfied by curiosities of Superstition. Certain it is, that the im nginntion claims its daily food, and do munds wonderful facte, false or true luit in either case strango matter that is credited as ono part of its diet Won ders will never cease out of the world. The gr...

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. — 12 October 1859

xm rsiriax rnADo u uonvinu iv iuukhdhi id Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and sur rounding eitlos and towm, at the ex tremely low price of ; BIX CENTS A WEEK, PAYABLE TO CABBIEB, . FBicMor iuimso: .'" Single copies 3c. 1 month 40c.;3monthsSl;lrcar4. TH E. PENNY ,PRES S . - I published dally, ( Sundays noeM) If FRANCISCO b CALDWELL, - " " ' TBOFBIETOBS. OIIIOI-K. Wl f OVIf SITlllf, ' ,,,,, J v ,t AMUSEMENTS. ' TQOD'S THEATER. SOWtsa SSKTH ARB VlMS-STBSttt. Joss A. Bllslsb, Ja....,...JBol lessee and Manager. Grand production of the great Romantio Spectacle, THE SEA OF ICE, The modi effective ud Interesting drama, combining Gorg.ona Scenery and Dramatic Effects. THIS (Wodnesdey) KVEHIHO. Oet. 12, and every evening until further notice, will be presented tlio grani) Bomautio Drama, in fire tableaux, entitled THE SEA OF ICE; . " . ' Ob, A Thirst roa Gold. Characters In tho first and second acts. Henri do Lasconrs - Mr. Ilnnn, , (;i io... tax see a s Mr. Lanndim. Ilerabas M .... .. Mr,...

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. — 12 October 1859

THE PBESS. AMI W. JBAHCUOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. BSITOM WBIET01I. RETURNS. - kept our form open to a late morning -with the hop of giving the com Vi returns frotri city find county, but wo lTd that youw doifta:,.to ? un; tuutu wt . lv.VnN.S concluded t MMonable hour, tad, he". .. givas go to press at the twual ttme, 0m , the results up to three o'clock, anu 'row we will have the entire vote cow and la a reliable form. j Result of the Election. It is supposed that the Republicans wil hare a majority of twenty members of the General ' Assembly, - outside of. Hamilton t County. The Democrats have no dooU oarf ried their whole tickotln this county. ; Correspondence Tickets. i W learn that where atreo' railroads ere worked in European cities amtojetoents sre perfected among the managers o aawreai miIh. so that a Miseneer stenoine oa hoard Ihs ears of one route may, oa the payment ot hat mm far, reoelve a ticket on leaving the ant ear, whloh another one will enable him or her to reaoh a remo...

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. — 12 October 1859

WANTED. WANTED TO. SELL-Scholarships in ' w w Gnndry , Bacon s, and Ohio and western College-good far day end waning coarse of Double ntry Book-keeping. Money la saved by baying ' tbtm. Apply at TUTTLE'8 Exchange Office, north h W IVIUDI U, DfHUVIVMlll A UI 1 Qol.0 W. O. AOKUT. WANTED TO HIKE A DWELLING .. Containing eight or ten rooms, furnlahsd, fjffi Ja0, ni,0be ddl boardof asmall VVANTED-A N0R8E-G1HL IM ME- uuTHiipii no. ise uacesireet. between ronrth nrf Vlfth 11 v.. WANTED V URN IS HBO ROOM Without board, suitable for a man and wife. Address, mating terms and location, 0. K. 8., Penny T70 UJllUC. UOMUT 117"ANTKD TENANT The advertiser w wishes to engage a respectable family to take a part of the home on Fourth-street, corner of Elm, and allow him to retain the parlors, furnished by . himself, for a dental office. Befertnc required. aggress uicmiar, tnn omce. ocizu w ANTED TO RENT A Briok Dwell- Id Hfluu. containing about five to six moms. Jlfhln one mile Irom the Postofflce. Ap...

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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. — 12 October 1859

; OKKlCg, 14 WKBT I0UBTH-8TBKKT. VVKDNKI DA Y....-.-.....i.......(t;TOBEIt l!i IX CENTS WILL PAY FORTHE PINNY PRESS ONE WEEK. WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE. [CONCLUSION.] . , , A wild leo, that is a bumblo-bec, cn wring a room, gives wnvnina or death, .So docs the orowing of a hon, so doea tho , squeaking of a mouse boljinJ the bed of . ., a sick person, it the door ot a nearso bo closed boforo the mourners oro all in , the eouohoB, thore will be another death .". in the family. If a cow breaks into your garden there will be death in your house .' within six months. The gentleman who .. . iiends note of this superstition adds the singular fact that it was made known to him by the breaking of three cows into his own garden, when an old house sor- i vaut grieved tiiat tnero would be three ' doaths in tho family within six months " 1 H.- ,.. rilL L ' J i.li C unit imuiu nviv. iuu buiiu wiu tuub in a '.' son-in-law, into whose garden a cow broke ., somo weeks before he died. Nobody can die o...

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