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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS Ii published daily, ( Bnndays excepted,) by FRANCISCO b CALDWELl, PROP BIXT0BS. orrioa-wo. 14 wis romii-iuiiT, TUB PENNY PBESSli delivered to subscribers In v. , Oineinnatl, Covington snd Newport, andsur. . roiDding itlu and towni,t th ex tremely low price of BIX CENTS A WEEK, PAYABLE TO UABRIXIt. ' I: , fbicbs or MULma: Hlngle ooples 2o.; 1 month Mo.; a months $1; 1 year U. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. sobnwb sskth xm tini-stbbbs. " Job A. Xuslsb, Ja.......8oI leasee end HVmager. rand prodnetlon of the great Romantic Speetacle, TUB SEA OF ICE, . Tbe most effeetlre and Interesting drams, eomblnlng Uorgeous Scenery and Dramatlo Effacta. THIS (Thursday) EVENING), Oot. 13, and every evening nntil farther notice, will be presented tlie grand Romantic Drams, in five tableaux, entitled THE SEA OF ICE j Ob, A Tiiibjt ros Gold. - Characters in tbe first and second acts. Henri do Lascours - Mr. Ilfinn. DarloH...M.....M..M.M.MMM..tMMHi.HM.M....Ur. Langilon. Barabas ...............

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. — 13 October 1859

TUB PRESS. Ull W. rBANCIBCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL, KDITOM iJTO nSPIIKTOU. THl'H8DAY.. ..OCTOBER 13 Election Returns. We present to our readers in mother col umn the (nil rote of Hamilton County, with the exoeptlon of Bvoamors Township. It will t seen that the ' Demooratlo majoritlet range from 200 to 500. Rayman's Race Track. Many of our readers, perhaps, hare nerer heard of the incidents which among the early ettlers of Kentucky was at the time, of in terest and occasioned the title of "Raymers Race Track." ' ' i - Four miles above Bowling-Green in Ken tucky, is IdcFaDis'a old ttation on Green River, a dashing young Virginian in early times oame out to the newly settled station, where, when feats ofjactirity were being prac ticed among the pioneers, he boasted of his skill in running, and offered to bet on out running any one in the crowd. . MoFadin, who was a quizzical old genius, inquired whetherjhe would run barefooted or shod, and was promptly answered "barefoot.". Let me fix time ...

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. — 13 October 1859

WANTED. "WAMTS," "FOB SALE," "10 LBT," "LOST," "FOUND," Ao., in thbcolnmn, occapying By line or law, two Insertion, twenty-live oenti. WANTED A GIRL To ooolc, wtah and Iron. Apply t 63 V est Columbia-street, be twMD Walnut and Vine, between 8 and 11 a'olock A. M. , ool3b 1H7ANTED A PAPER HANGM-On i well reeommiidif. Vnnt v that can com veil recommended. inner ueea appiy. mtiDMttjuu.. ne Sixth and Madlson-etreeti, Covington, Ky, MATBERO A CO., near corner O0ISD' WANTED SITUATION For man and wife, In boarding-house, aa cooki or dining room service. Good city reference! (Iran. Addreu B. M. a., care thli office. ocliaw' WANTED CLBRKBy a hardware and Iron merchant In Cynthiana, Kjr. One who has tome knowedae of the harriwara trade and can keepbooks. Inquire of ilOWKLL GAMO A CO.. 136 Walnut-street. oc!8b WANTED COMMISSION To fell any article! aold by grocer. Z. X. T Pram Of. tee. ocl3b WANTED SITUATION Ai porter in a wholesale or retail store. Good referenece lten. AddreeL. W-.thlsofllo....

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. — 13 October 1859

T H B PR E S S. OrrlOR, 11 WR8T rO0RTB-8TBKKT. THURSDAY. ..OCTOBER I I IX CENTS WILL. PAY FORTHE NNNY PRESS pMtjVYECK. THE FOUR-LEAVED CLOVER. BY RUTH N. CROMWELL. Probably every human heart holds among childhood's reminiscence the search for the four-leaved olover whioh, when found, ii said to Insure to its possessor the gratification of ova favorite Irish. , Long years ago, a happy child, . ' I ruiuned the croon fields unr;- , ! , ,. Throngh tangled wood, through brake and wilil, I sought the four-leaved clover. 1 k land the sleeping flowers that lay High on their grassy pillow, And stole their roar breath away, Beneath the trailing willow. 1 wandered on, I crossed the stream, 1 roamed the green fields over; Till, where the pale-faced lilies dream, 1 found the four-leaved clover. Then rose a wish, pure as the spring, In her love-larlen bower; r -r ' Time perished with the faithless thing -That died williln the huiir. Since then, re lords and Indies Rap, I've roamed this bright wor...

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. — 14 October 1859

THE P E-fr N Y, PRESS I published dailr, ( Sundays excepted,) by . , FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, FBOPKIXTOBS. orrici-ao. U wiiT mcirg-iTiiir. THH PENNY PRESS Is delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and sur - rounding cities and towns, at the ex tromsly low prlca of BIX (TINTS A WEEK, PAYABLE TO OABMIB. raicss or m ailimo: Single copies 3o. 1 month 40c.; S month! $1; 1 year 94, AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. eoama atktH and von-snaiis. Josh A. VitaLsa, Ja .Bole Lessee and Manager. Brand production of tha great Bomantlo Spoetaole, THE SEA OF ICE, Tua most effective and interesting drama, eomblnlng Uorgeout Scenery and Dramatic Bffoots. THIS ( rrlday ) EVENING, Ost. U, and every evening until further notice, will be presented tha grand Bomantlo Drama, In five tableaux, entitled THE SKA OF ICE ; Ob, A Thibst ron Ooio. Characters In the Brat and oond aoti. Henri de Lwcouri. ......... Mr. Hann. Carloi a a t m Mr. Langdon. Bsraboa ....,....,.,...., M r. Kllsler. Joan M...

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. — 14 October 1859

THE PRESS. 4MIW.TAANJI8UO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. IDITOBI ADD rUKISTOU. 1 FRIDAY. ...OCTOBEB. 14 Ladies' Lyceum of the Wesleyan Female College. We availed ounielf of an opportunity lust oven i op; to be present at the meeting of Vt Young Ladies Lycenmof the Wesleyan Female College. " The ehopel of the College was nuca with ladies and gentlemen( who seemed as eager to catoh every word and note as ourself. Thalr quietude throughout betokened their interest In the proceeding. j ; We understand the Lyceum is not inaug eratedaa'a part of the regulators of the Col lege, bnt gotten up through a spirit of intel lectual progress on the part'of the Yonfag Ladies of the institute. Though under tie auspices and with the approbation of the teachers. I If the jonfig ladles la other cities and at other institutes were actuated by the same spirit and would emulate the example here given, we oould confidently prediot a rapid decreaie in the number of useless' "fashion displayers that a large majority of ...

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. — 14 October 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," ''FOB BALI." "TO LIT." "LOST," "FOUND,",!., in this column, occupying It line or leu, tiro insertions, twenty-live cents. WANTED A PROTESTANT GIRL To do general housework In a imall fml Ir ons who can oorne wall recommended. Apply at No. 1H Hopkins-street, . ocll-b WANTED A SITUATION By a young or anything whore he can Disk himaelf ..nonJiJ llMflll AiMmuV U .1.1- 1,1 . . . . ... " " a . .HID VUILD. ocl4-b , XTANTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK In a .mall family. Must give tha beet city .S'S- In9lr day, from to 11 o'clock, at no, 406 Sevoutb-strset, between Cutter and Linn. . . Qfll4-bJ ' . y ANTED TO RENT Two fiirnlihed apartments, with board, In a private family. Deferences eichanied. Apply at So. 7 Ninth , street, between Walnut and Vina. ocl4-b WANTED A GIRL To oook, wash anil Iron. Apply at N Weet Columbia-street, be twean Walnut and Vine, between 9 and 11 o'olock A. M. oolJb WANTED A PAPER HANGER One that can oems well recommended. Nona other neiwl apply. MAYBERO & ...

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. — 14 October 1859

THE PE ESS. orrioi, 14 wist voubth-steiw. KKI DAY..- m .OtiTOBBK, 14 THE TWO PARTINGS. We parted one before. Ton wept When 1 rose up to go, you did; Ton prayed for me before you slept, You lltto love, you kuow you did I ' Anil no gdef now is on that brow, W ulcta than you said, throbb'd so, you did; Tou loved rae better then tliun uow You cruel thine, you know yon did I Do yon remember what the sen, I look you out to ebow you, did? Von made a pretty simile- You false or tongue, you kuow you old I Ton elghed, "That life were like Iti crests When sunshine breezes blow," yon did; To catch love's light before it rests I Von cold, oold heart, you know yeudld.- What hare I done 7 Ton smile no mora Ou rae as months ago you did; I oil deem my homage not a bore; Yon liked it then, you kuow you did. "How bleat," yon satd.'were life with on W ho'd love ma truly." 0, you did I But you thought I was an elder son You utterliirt, you know you did I Know the Right Man. In a Southern city lived a yo...

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. — 15 October 1859

THE PEi NY PRESS la published MXf.j, Sundays exited,) or j FRANCISCO CALDWELL, PBOPttlKTOBS. orrisa-ao. H wst iodiii iiiiii, TBI PINMT rBISS la dolivtred to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and sur. rounding elttea and towns, at tht ex tremely low price of . , BIX CISTS A WIIK, PATABLI TO CABBI1B. fbicbs or aii,ibo: BlngU copies).; 1 month 40o.; 3 monthitl; 1 ysarli. AMUSEMENTS. ROOD'S THEATER. nun an i mminti. s .... Jobs A. BMnca,Jaf...,....8oU Lessee and Manner. The mauager beg- to announce! i brief sngige meat with the oelebrated Irish Comedian, Mr. COLLINS, ... Who will uproar to-night in two character!. THIS (Saturday')' EVENING. Oct. 13, will be pre tented tha corned J of THE IBISH AMBA8SAD0B; , Oa, A Boool roa Dihoiiatu)T. Blr Patrick O'PlenlpO... -Mr. Colllni Count Morlnoi.....M.........-.....-..-M.-....Mr. Blleler Prince Budolph 'm mftfiJ Varna Isabel la..... mL wfitl Lady Emily Da Iiaojr.,.............""-1',a waits Tha beautiful and ohirminf Kate Pennoyer...

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. — 15 October 1859

THE PRESS. ASOT WMBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. 1DTT0U abs raeniaTTOBS. BATCH DAY.. .OCTOBER 13 Bible Doctrine on the Fugitive-slave Law, as Rendered by Tom Corwin. On reoent oeoaslon, ws are told, Ton. Coa vik, made a political speech In Adami County, Ohio; before the platform aat one of the "Old Guard." m they are aometimei called a "Lttoty Man," In other phraae or in more common acceptation, aa -. Abolitionist who embraced tho opportunity to put lome old fash ioned Interrogation to Mr. Coawiir, in refer ene to the Bible doctrine in regard to the Jugitive-ilare law. Cohwii tamed upon him in a colloquial way and told the itorj of Haoaa. He represented her as a servant a thve who, having a ohild by her matter', which event earning tome little soandal and dliagreemeat in the family, aa it sometimes doea, Induced her to esoapo to the desert. There ibe held convene with God, and, in the language of Cobwix, "what did lie advise her to do?" Why, my friend, he told her to go back to her mas...

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. — 15 October 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB SAL," "TO LIT," "IiOST," 'TODND,"4o.,la thli column, occurring eve Uses 01 law, two IhmtUohi, twentr-fiv oenti. TANTED COOK A flrit-olaas, experl- enced oook, who nnderstands meat, same, ponltrv and putrv. None other need apply. Call at Uw office of THOMPSON A NI8MITH, No. J Wait JuirJj!t"t' from 1 to 4 'oloc p- itr waees aiiowea. w.id.h "TtANTED GIBL To do the work of a .tTJ. ,ma" ftlally- API' t Ko. 48 Bjrcainore. etreei. nia.h "TTANTED SITUATION. A yoongmn "T of steady habits, fair experience and oolm peacheble character it seeking aaituatioo in awbole jale bonis. Heferencot to aatlsfy tbe employer will be given. Address BAM'L Fsnny Praaa Count-lag-room. ocla-b WTAKTED Clarki, Salesmen, Book-keep-, . Porters, Bar-keeper., Coopera, Oarpen ipra, Mechanics, Laborere and othera can And sltua- nao;applyiiia;attheMeruhaata Clerke' Begittry Office, Mo. m Weat Jlfth-etreet. HALI A CO. loelo-D'J TEANTED-A PROTESTANT GIRL 7. To a eWnertJ homework in a Imall famllv 1 1...

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. — 15 October 1859

rnoa, 14 vist oukth-stet. MATl'RDAY.....-...: .......:.OCTOBKH. 13 AN ORIGINAL LOVE STORY. He struggled to kiss her. She straggled the same To prevent tiiin, so bold and undaunted, But aa smitten by lightning, he heard her exclaim, "Avunt,irI"nJoir he avaunted. , , But when hs ratorned with the fiendlshest lti(h, Showing clearly that he affronted, And threatened by main forcoto carry her off, .She crIi (l"Dou't," aud the poor follow den' ted. . When he mwkly approached, and gotdownatherfeot, Praying loud as liefore he had ranted, That Mho would forgive him and try to be sweet, And aaiil, "Uau't jou':"-rtb dear girl re-canted. Then softly iio whispered "How could you do so? I rarfalnly thonghtl was jilted; But coino thou with me, to the parson we'll go; Suy, wilt tl.ou, my dear?" and she wilted. . Then gaily he took her to tee her new homo Aalianty by no means enchanted "Sil here wecan live, uo longer to roam, lie said, ''Shan't we, my dear?" ao they shantled. Heroic Conduct. A Ictto...

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. — 17 October 1859

THE PENNJ3T PRESS I published dally, (Sundays excepted,) by ..FRANCISCO b CALDWELL, ' . i;j;.,! , PB0PBIST0B8. i " THB P1NNT PBE931 delivered to subscribers tn y Cincinnati, Oc-rtngton and Newport, and iur. " rounding eitie aid towni, at tb ex. . , . , tremely low prloe of 111 CKS.U A WKEK.PATABLB TO CABBiaB. phcu or hailiio: Single copies Je.; I month too.; s monthi l; 1 rear U. ' AMUSEMENTS. iWOODIS THE ATE Re sestets ui ab vm-staist. John A. Etuis, Ja,........8ole Lessee and Manager. Second nlglit of the celebrated Irbh Comedian,' , . Mr. COLLINS. THIS (Monday) EVENING, Oct. 17, will be pre- seatoa n. coiusur Ul m. NEBVOUS HAN AND THE MAN OF NKBTE. McShane, with songs ..... Mr. Olilns tin. Ulacket aspen ............ ,jir. Jonn aiisi-r .Mis Denham Tbe beautiful and charming Kate Ponnoyer in one 01 ner ceteuraiea uauces. To be folio oil by the farce called TEDDY THE TILBB. Teddy Malowney, with songs. .................. Mr. Colllne lora....... 11 lai Denham To conclude with the laug...

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. — 17 October 1859

fPHE PRESS. 4VDY W. FBAN0I800. . JOHN D. O&LDWILIi . ' BDITOU AITS MtroilTOM. MONDAY. ..OCTOBEB It Nswa. Important Intelligent v will be found under the telegraphic head four day later from Boron, and later from, CsUforni. Death of Mlnltter Masog, t Peril) London TmM still Qlelmlnf Sen Juan, end pitching Into General Harnsyj the Creel . Scuum to tall oa the 8th of November, Ae, -": " " Blanket Sheets and Penny Papers. Water gruel without lalt ! no rnor insipid, ! weak and nauseating than much of the oheap trash whioh hai been eerred In the ourrent re past of mammoth newspaper literature. The eptoe and porter-houie eteak are needed. We hope In our thumb-paper folio to give palata ble food, though in broken dote. Brief, pointed paragraph are needed. Weetern people oan't be stuffed with poiion or pre tence. We must come baok to our "bib and tucker" day. Our preparation! muit be made for a bolder age than the put Wo muit upply the demand for substantial food. Tact and Talent. A pith...

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. — 17 October 1859

WANTED. WAHTS," "JOB BALI," "TO III," "LOST," "JOUHlVAo., In thi oolamn, occupying five 11dm or lets, two Insertions, twenty -five oent. ANTED SITUATION. A young man from a neighboring town, who haa had several years experience, wants a situation ae Book, keeper. Aesiitaut Book-keeper, or Entry Clerk. References laat employer. Address Book-keeper, at thl tifflco. oct7-d WANTED NURSINa. A lady, who . ... had orn ten yearn' experience, and oan Its the) beet of reference, It willing to offer her ser Tlceeaa Nurse In Cincinnati, Covington or Newport, Addret Mra. L. B. Q at thli office. oclT-b WANTED HELP. Four or flv girl to do general house-work, two glrlt to learn drest-maklng, and other to take ketone on dreaa eatting, Cell at Mrt. Warner's Intelligence Office, No. 800 West riith-e'reet. Aleo, person! wanting good help, Call at the above number. oclT-b w ANTED A PIPER For the Clnoin- nttl Independent Highland guards. Apply at No. 40 East fifth-street. O017-I,- WANTED GIRL A girl aboa...

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. — 17 October 1859

THE PRESS. OFflOe, 14 TFIST fOITKTH-BTRKKT. MONDAY . ...OCTOBER IT Advertised Letters. T 1ST OF LETTER8 BEMAINING IN LJ the Cincinnati rost-omoo hatukdat. jsvaxijio, ilntohar IS. 1B6S. f y All letter! adveitlsed are subject to lit extra charge or one cent, rersonecaiung ior inemwiu pieaee comejpre pared with the necessary change. PfM'ersons calling for these letter! will please say tbev ue advertised, and give number and date of list. IJ The office will open at IH A. M., and clone at 6 V. M. Sundaye-Ofltc will open from A. M. to 10X . HT fbe lift below ie made up every Balui'day even lug, between 8 and 4 o'clock, and embrace all lot) uncalled-for lettert of that week. . ... UP" On Saturday the office la closed Iron R to 4 . o'clock P. M. for Che purpose of preparing the Letter List. No. 42.—October 15.1859. LADIES' LIST. A Andrew! Mrs P M Altenbraugh Mr 8 M Ames Miss Liuie Richer tin Uargant Brlen Ann BnrroughaMrt Bliiabalh ByrnsMlssAB Barrett Sir! A, J) Burns Mrs Catharine Brsaiey ...

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. — 18 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS .;. antiithtd uar, (Sundays esespt.) r FRANCISCO fc CAIDWEIX, . novvmow. ; ' ... ' ..' MtB no, U win rovsia.ir asst. tam mift PBB881 delivered to subscribers U Ctnetnnetl, Covington and Newport, and sut i v. roandlnf tle aad towns, at ths J t; . tremely low prle of ; in OUtn A WIU,PATABL1 TO CAUIK. rates oi uuiaa: Single soples Is.; 1 msnth 0o.; S months tl; 1 vr Si. AMUSEMENTS. W 0 D' S Til E ATE R. I 'y-i SeSll ITiny ASD VITtl-TWHlT. Jan A. Caua, Jm.0 lew and Maaaftr. Third night of tb celebrate Irish Comedian, Mr. COLLINS.' THIS (Tuesday) rVRNING, Oot. 18, will bs pre sented the comedy entitled THIS IBISH ATTORHXT. Pierce 0'Hra.... M.-,.............Mr. Collins Jacob Wylle....tMMM..ti.MiMMMr Kisber Vies Cbrlcote............-.... ..Mlss Julia Irring Dance of all Nations, by Kate Pennojer. To be followed by the laughable farce of HOW TO PAT Tfll BINT. -Morgan Battler, (with tong)...-......Mr. Colling Swell Billy ...........................Mr. Adams Mr. Miller ..........

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. — 18 October 1859

tm THE PRESS. ANDT W. FBAHOI800. JOHN D. (ULDWBLk ...OCTOBER 18 We are again placed under obligations to the Adams Exprata Coi for SI. louii, New lAiaena and Texas papers furnished In ad nee or the mail. The Grand Masonic Bodies of Ohio. ' l'hrsa of the four hare been in session the laei week at Oolambni. The Grand Connoll has ehyed Iti session, ra-electing all the Qrand eBoen. The Grand Bnosmpmsnt and the Qrand Chapter oloied on Saturday. To-day the,, Grand Lodge of Ohio will open with pwhapi four handled representatives in at tsndtnoe. " ' ''- - . ,; . THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF OHIO. Zbe report of a ipeolal eommittee made to the Grand Enoampment of Ohio, in referenot to iureeeat appllsation to the General Grand Eooampment of the United Statei for a hands el policy to State Grand Encampments, ex hiblti the present disposition of a vexed ques tion. - That eommittee nied the following language; "HoweTer, it may be regretted that the effort! of onr representatives proved unsuo oeufnl, y...

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. — 18 October 1859

WANTED. ' "WANTS.V'OB 8AL," TO LT," "108T," "rODND,"4o.,iB thlioolumn, occupying Ave line or leu, two insertions, twanty-flv. oenta. W; ANTBD COOK A coed cook- AotiIt t 117 Race-street, ociabt 7" ANTED COTTAGE By a good ten i ?'Jt' e?,to'8.reidenc of abont four rooms, (""" '.' "u ceean.g ten minutes' walK VS? th.f'?i.0j'cS- lnt $14 per month. Address ritANK, Penny F;es Office. oc lib "WMANTED SITUATION At oook or general bouse tenant, by a young woman with good recommendations. Inquire at Mo. 26 jTlftn-etreet, betweea Walnut and Main-ate. oclSb WANTED WET HUBSE Immediately, at 58 Mxth-atreet, between Walnut and Vine. One with a child, Apply at rooms 10 and 11. oclSb WANTED SITUATION As driver of a publio or private carriage. The best of references given. Address P., at Penny Freaa Of nee. ociob WANTED BROKEN GLASS Will par cash for 20,000 pounds. WILLIAM AND EU BOW, 92 Main-street. oclgb WT ANTED Clerkii, Salesmen, Bsok-keep- era, Porters, Bar-keepers, Coo pen, Oarpen tare, Mechanic...

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. — 18 October 1859

THEPEESS. inNI, 14 VIST IOCRTH-BTHSM. TTBSBAY.. ..OCTOBEB. 18 THE OLD MAN'S GROWING OLDER. Yes, th old mu'i growing older I wu looklna: at im there: His one huid resting on hl staff, The other on his chair. Bo Is mora silent than be wu, And whiter we. fee hie hair; Hie figure eeeme more bending I wu looking at liim there. His hand ie not M steady, And hie ere U not aa bright Jl catcheth not our joke so toon. His foot ia not ae light; Kor.ioineth he our songas in The daya that went all fair: Far the old man'i growing older 1 wae loeklng at him there. Tea, the eld man's growing older, But ie not lass kind and true; To all hie house ia opto, with A read; welcome too But yet, there Is a tale, by Time, upon ma orow 01 care; For the old men's growing older 1 was looking at mm were. IWion. A Successful Trick. A young end skillful diaoiple of Kobert Eouaen was some time oaro trmvelinsr. in the northern provinces of France, giving exhibitions in natural magio, in company with a young wag, no...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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