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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS II published dalljf, (Sundays CTOCplod,) by ; '.' j . i i ... i t , FRANCISCO b CALDWELI,, ' PKOPBIBTOBS. OFriii-itVll win rovin.iTtiiT, TUB rUNNY PBKBSIe delivered to subacrl ben in Cincinnati, Covington anil Newport, and sur rounding oltlM and towns, at the ex tremcljr low price of UX CBNTS A WKKK, PAYABLE TO CARRIER, mien or MAn.Oio: ; h t Blnglo copies 2c.; 1 meoti inc.; tfmoaths Hi I rar $1. AMUSEMENTS. Y 6 6 D ' ST II EATER. OBSS SIKI1I AND VIM-STBSI1S. Joint A, Kr.MT.FH, Jr .Sole Leasee and Haunter. Fourth night of the eelebrated Irish t'aneillan tt i 'I Vocalist, Mr. COLONS. mis rwwinftJnr) evknino, ot. in, r, fuiaiuiire will commence with the comely entithid BO UN TO UOOI) LUCK; On, Tub InieiiUAN ix Naplm. I'a.ideen O'lttuTorty, with tonga... Ur. Collins dun nt Malfl..... i.. ......Ur. Kllsler ('jinit Minfridi Mr. Hnnn Mitigucrctta Miss Jul In Irving Nluii Silas Fanny Lvnhuiii Tambourine Banco Miss Kate l'eniiof er Alter which the laughablo eomcUy of j r j j...

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. — 19 October 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY W. FBANOISCO. JOHN D.OALDWBLL. IDITOSJ All MSFBIDTOIS. WEDNESDAY.. OCTOBER 19 News From the Insurrection. Ia the telegraph's oolumns, on first and second page, will be found full partloulari of the Insurrection at Urpr' Ferry. Quick Time. Yesterday morning we received, ftt Adams's Express, Haw Orlsans pipers of the 16th Inst, and the Galveston (Teiai) Jftwt of the 11th. Twenty year ago that wonld bo called tolerably quick time. The Chicago and Cincinnati Railroad. Tho Chloago SWltnte says that the Iroa for this road bai been shipped from New York for that olty, where It will arrive In a few days. The traok at tbe north end of the road li about ready for the Iron. The Kankakee and Eel River bridge! are nearly finished, and the bridge aorosi tbe Wabash, at Logansport, will be nnUhed In time for the Iron. We now oon fldently expeot to tee the iroa going1 down next month. Broderick's Will. The Baa Prsnoiseo eorreapondent of the New York Timet atatei that Mr. Bbodmios lef...

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. — 19 October 1859

WANTED. "WABTS," "FOB SALV," '10 HI." "LOST," "FOUND," it., In thii column, ooenrylng five lines or 1m, two Intertioni, twanty-llrt oentt. WANTED GIBL To do ganorsl houss work. InQUlre at M Twelfth-street, between 81m and Plnm. oclOb WANTED DAY BOARD In respect able boarding-house ; mait be tituated some where ;W eat of Vine and North or Ilfth-atreet. IJIunerat la, and nipper not later than . Addrest X. Y. Z., Office of tbit paper, stating terms and lo cation. ocl9b WANTED SITUATION A No. 1 car penter and Joiner wants steady work for the winter. H no objection! to go In the country. Addrest J. 0. W thle office. oclvb' WANTED SITUATION By a yonng man of unimpeachable character, a good pen man, and who haa a knowledge of book-keeping In tome wholesale or retail store. Almost any situation acceptable. Qood references glren. Addrest KM PWYMDNT. Penny Frees Office. oclb WANTED CLOAK MAKERS 60 good cloak maken Immediately. To good hands the hlgbeit waget will be said. Apply before 10 o'ol...

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. — 19 October 1859

r M xqr Tr T3 "O "TT OO' J- JO.' JU ,J- IVi KJ to. OPTIC. 14 WKST nilTRTII-SritlfKT. WKD.VKSUAV ..( Toitmt w THE SONG MY MOTHER SINGS. It i lliosiing my 'niother sines. And Kladly do X list I lie Hlntiii, ' I nover bear It lull ii brings " Tli wish to hoar It miik as-iin. . She brcntlied it FJi me'VricHijo, ' " ' To lull me to my Inky lent, And she lnurmereri sort Mint Inw l slept iu peace upon her breast. Oh, Reiill. song, tlxxi hast n tliruui; 01 nilgai tciiies within t lie spoil: I feel that 1 shall love fliee lung, And rear I love litre iu too well;' For though I turn to hear thee nov) 1 With doting irtiinco of warm ii'lir.ht,, ' lu after veins 1 know not how ". . ' Thy plaintive toiiH may dim oir That mother's volci will I lien Iv' H(IH 1 bear it fuller day byilay , It auiimli-tli I Ku u I 'iiniaiu till , That trembles ore It Craaeth Pl'O'.. . : , And then this lirarli ifwo (""it'1' i!. Will tlnil mi anxui.h In tin ell, . . 'Twill wish it could notlovii no loiiij, ... Or Unit i...

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. — 20 October 1859

HE PENfrY, PRESS la published dilly, (Sunday exeepUd.) bv ' FRANCISCO CAIDWEM, , PBOPRIFTOBJ. I ' IIIKI'IO. M f II! IDIITI-lflllt. TH1 PKNKT rBISSli dellrerad to subscriber la Olnolnnatl, Covington and Newport, and aw., rounding altlaa and towni, at tha as- - -Iremely low prlae of. -'" , in GISTS A WHIK, PATABU TO 0A1II1B. raicxsor auuiua. . Blagl aoptat .; 1 month 40o.; month tli 1 year ft. AMUSEMENTS. ft 1 : i V WOOD'S THEATER. aBNn aaam mo tcti-iiii 1. . Um A. luauaa, Jn..3ola Iiaaaaa aad Last night but two af tha celebrate Irish Oeae. dial aid Voealiit, Mr. COLLINS, .... TItl (Thurday) avBNINO. 0t. M, the per romance will commence with tha comedy entitled THE IBI8H AMBASSADOR; Oa, A Biaooi roa Diplomatists. " ' Sir Patrick O'Pleulpo Mr. Oolllna' (Jount Morlnos.', ....... ,.....Hr, Ellaler Prince Kudolph . Mr. Head Same If abulia ...............Mra. Ellsler lad; Emily De Lary...... .Mlaa Walt La Manola, by Miss Kata Pennoysr. k To be followed wltb tba comedietta oalled TEDDY, THE...

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 October 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY W. FBANCISUO., ,,JOHN D. OALIXWELL. icrrou anb weraiitdM. ' Tlil"ROAY ...OCTOBJiR 110 &The telegraphloi column will bs found unusually Interesting his morning. Only Fifteen Years Ago. The grumbling, foreign Quarterly Review, fifteen yean ago, thuivaaribbUd; "American poetry always reminds us pf tie advertisements In newspapers headed 'ths best inbititate for silver,' if it be not the genuine thing, it 'looks just as handsome, and if miles eut ef light eheaper.'" It also said that what we Ameri cana wanted in the Integrity of assumption, we tnndo up In swaggering end impudence, and that there was not a poet of mark in the whole Union.' ' What does the aore-bead lay 00 ' ''' Firmness of Mind. The iVlh of May, 1T80, was a remarkable short day. Candles were lighted in many houses; the birds we're silent and disappeared, and the fowls retired to'roost. The Legisla ture of Connecticut wm then in session at Hart ford. A very general opinion preyafled that the day of jud...

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 October 1859

WANTED. 1 i'r( "WANTS." "FOB SALE." "TO lit." "LOST." "FOUND," Ac, In thl oolumir, occupying At 11dm ot lest, two lDMrtloni, twenty -Are ocntt. WANTED A SITUATION By a rs spoctabl colored man to attend in dining, room, or to wait on gentlemen and claan roomi. Ad. urn UBLfnua, mia (fine. OC20b ""TANTRT Tfi HIIV MnoniTv i way . , uvi Aai x a .1,.. f.0llb,,ne" fo' essh, at a prloa i, ii uti t rii i ".. luipruTeaornoi. ILL' 171 ""'Bit-itreot, next to tbe Gibson "" ocioe V"ANTED SITUATION. A youngmsn - v.. WllO hll bad Several TA.ra' .TnerlnnrA. u book -keeper, desires a situation. If be can procure -uu, piiimuout BnuaiioD, ne win loan msem R ,re crtin sum of money. Address B. K., at TANTED GIRL To do the homework .... ln smaii rsnnuy wnere tner no cnuaren. all on Mr. 6Hi.HH, at Ho. ago Vlne-itreet, up tta ra. mwm TANTED HELP Immediately A governess, 1 or 1 clerks, mechanic!, portere, men ud to boraea; also, a largo Lumber of female ervanu fur city aud country. Apply at the General imeii...

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 October 1859

THE PRESS. orrici, 14 wmt wmiith-stbbot. TIU'ltSDAY.. ..OCTOBER 90 JENNY. On a sunny summer morning, Kar v. as tne uew wee aii, Up the bill I went a berrying; Farmer Lavle had a daughter, And it happened that I know. On each snnuy moruing, Jenny. Up tbe hill went betrylug too. Lonely work It picking So I joined her on the bill! Jenny, dear, aaid I, "your basket Quite too large for one to nil. Bo we taid-we tw-to if ll it, Jenny talking-! wea till Loading whore the hill was steep, Picking berries up the hill. 'This it P hill work," said Jenny: "HO la life," aaid 1, "shall we Cllmbitupalouo, or, Jnnr. " ,, Will you come and climb with me. Bedder tlian the blnahing berrIM Jenny' cheeks a moment "t While, without Wi'M ." "1 will come and climb with ou. Noed 1 ten you leu juu"' "Old Put's" Birthplace. Allen Putnam, a grandson of old Gon. Putnam, in a lottar published in the Bunker Hill Aurora,' gives 'the following account of the birthplace and early days of the old Revolutionary veteran...

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 October 1859

THE FENNY, PRESS U pnblUbed daily, (foadws axveptetL) . FRANCISCO CAIDW BXI4 .', : PBOPBIBTOB. I PEHHT PBMSIt feltvsi'rt to subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and ear. sounding cities lid towni, at the ex tremely low pries of WX GISTS A 1VIIK, PAYABLE TO UUIBk r areas or uinii acta copies Ib.; 1 saenth toe.; I montastj; 1 year $4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD?S THEATBB, 1 1 1 1 A TRI-nWIl . . , J a. Bole Leasee aa Mauser, - BENJFiTOP r Mr. COLLINS, Aid Ml laat eppesrauoe baton. V '?-' THIS (Friday) ETBrUNO. Oat fl, la ftp. fsrBKsee will commence with tko nw MOO Comedy eetJtlea r- - THH BOtDlin OP f ORtCNB. Sipt. O'Bonrk (lth souki) ......... Mr. Collins rondi Bupr....... ............. .ttr Dialer Albert...... ................ Mr. Hull Sake of Arliou .. JJlsi Walts BaroneM..., .''"......Hiaa Irving Dance, bylliieHa'ePennoyer. - 1 . 1 be followed with the comedy aallad ' THE IRISH GENIUS. Flturootet (with eongi )............. Kr. Oolllni Dr. Hereecope..,. .............................

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 October 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWBLL iditobs amd raopRirroRS. FBI DAY.. -OCTOBER. 31 Editorial Correspondence. COLUMBUS, O., October 20, 1859. THE GRAND LODGE OF MASONS OF OHIO. Thore are three hundred and fifty Masons, members of the Grand lodge of Ohio, no in MMion in this city. They are a select grade of men ai to cipacity and character, and their proceedings are conducted with great ability. The Grand Lodge of Ohio is re spected in the various State jurisdictions for her position in the Masonic family. The able report of her Standing Committees are distinguished for force and terseness. The present prosperous condition of the Order in this State is represented in the elevated tone of the sentiments manifested in the dis cussions of this Masonic General Assembly, as in the purity of private life inculcated in the several Lodges. The proceedings of yesterday were most of it of details not of general interest. The proposed amendment of the Constitution, by which the Ancie...

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 October 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BAH," "TO LIT," "LOST," "FOUND," Ao., in this oolnmn, oooapying flie 11dm or 1m , two Insertions, twenty-live cents. WANTED SITUATION By a girl 17 jreere old, u chambermaid or nam In asma'l family. Good wages nd a good place are dining. Address O. A. P , thla office. oc2lb WANTED SHOEMAKER One good journeymen ahoemaker on genta sewed and pegged cell boete. None bnt e man or steady habits need apply. Addreaa box 61, Richmond, Ind. fopaib'j WANTED TO TRADE A Commercial College Certificate, good for a full couree of book-keeping, choap for groceriea or clothing. Ad dreaa 0. B. 8., box 1,068, Cincinnati. oc21b WANTED A SITUATION By a re ipecuble colored man to attend in a dining room, or to wait on gentlemen and clean rooma. Ad dreea QBOKQK, thla office. oc20b WANTED TO BUT PROPERTY A good boalneaa property, for cash, at a price that won t give figuree the apaama, on Tnird, Fourth, Fifth, Walnut, Vine and Pearl-ela., Improved or not. D. 1. HULL, 171 Waluut-itreet, ...

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 October 1859

THE PRESS. emeu, 14 twt swath-stum. fuiday.. -OCTOBER 81 IN THE WOODS. I walked alone la depths of Autumn woods; Th rathlesa wlude UJol If ft tbe maple bare: The fern ni withered, and ihe eweeibrlar's breath Ma longer gave iu fragrance to the Mr. The berberry ttranr It oorsl beads no more; The thtatle-down cn tensy wiuga bed Sown; And myriad leavet, on which the Hurauior wro tier blushing farewell, ai ms feat werestroen. A loneliness pervaded every; pot; ', ' . .u. A floom or which my muslug son! partook, AH Netnre m-mrne, I said; November wild lltih torn the fairest pages from her boot .. i. i - Bntsvddenlye wild bird, overhead ' Poured forth astralneoetrangelrcltnrana tweet, ItseeniedtohrlnginebecktheetleeofMer, And wake the sleeping violets at my feet. than lout I pondered o'er th pool's words, "The 'ose of lieeuty la not always low," . Till Ilka the voice of Iota they a untied my pun, And gaia ma irengrh to boar aiialn my croae. 0 murmuring heart! thy pleeeuree ma? decay! 1 hy f...

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 October 1859

THE PENNY PRESS Ik pftlbMI fen?, (Sundeyt eeweptee',) lev r FRAHCISCO OAIiDWBIiIi, i,f PB0PBIBT0B8. , , , .. , . ,', lIIflB. 14 H II'IIHIt. m PINNY PRESS ia MlnndtonbMriNn IK tjlnctnnati, Oorington and Newport, tad tar roanling titles and towns, at tke e. ; trendy lew price of ai obmsB i; viu, patablb to oabbiwl raiem or MAiLixt : Blatfit aoplae I.; 1 montk 40c.; 1 montka tl; 1 rut AMUSEMENTS. W D ' TH EATHR, JH A. Ja. Bole Lacsee aad HBatfte. Last Bight tt Me engagenealof the celebratce) Mk feawdtaa aad Yeeanel, - Mr. .COLLINS, ! IBM (Saturday) BTlHINt, ct. M, flit kman will aommeneewitb. tkgreat Irlik Drank . - BOBT O'MOBB; t -" ' -Ok, Til PBINOB Or PsASANTS. BeryO'More ..... .,... .......Mr. Oolltni De Wellikln........ ...............-.w... ...Mr. Blleler De Lacy.. Wr.Bead Sraubbe....,..., ................ .............. Khan D httw.ntli.l..tH.ww.ww. ...Mr. Hann KthlMn...ZZ...................... Mlse Annie Walt Mary O'More........... MlM Fanny Denbam Nelly Riley................ ,...

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. — 22 October 1859

THE EEESS'. AHOY V. TBAHCI8C0. JOHH D. OALDWaTLL. SOfTOU ABB nuwAtSVOn. ' " . ., SATURDAY....- .OCTOBER S4 Thi Lost Foohd. The little ion of Cajtatn Nelly, of Cleveland, vjaVwas Mdnspped on the 10th of OotoW,.WM found Tuesday, last, in th possession of . woman by to name of Mary Jans HarruVorij In the vioinUj of Dola vrare. Wher he vonn h returned to Cleveland by the oflioers, the excitement wu o interne that It irl difficult to protect ber from tea populsoe.' "'','. ... , . 1 The Grand Lodge Masons of Ohio. Thi! grand body, which has been In session' at Oolambm daring; the week, eloied Its libori yesterday afternoon. The officers were la tailed. The 6rand Muter submitted the following appointment s. Bev. Wm, L. Harris, of Delaware, Grand Chaplain; Ootavtai Waters, of Delta, Chsnd ' Orator; ' Herman Ely, of Elyrta, Grand Marshal; Jaeob Randall, of Waynesville, Senior (brand Deaoon; N.. K, Moxley, of Ironton, Junior Grand Deaoon; Joieph B. Covert, Grand Tyler. ' Additional oharters 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. — 22 October 1859

, ir: J. . WANTED. "WAHT8," "FOB SALE." "TO LET," "LOST, "roDKD,"., In this column, occupying five line or leae.twoinsertlone.twenty-flTeooLts. y-ANTD-A MAN To work on Misses' ink enauniiaren'a Welti, to whom good wages "., "FI"J ' w. 1) BOHKAH. ,, oc21 b aiaauon-iirvet, between fifth and Sixth. J UOVJngtOB, Ky. 17"ANTED COAL OIL TTHERS A t WM T. OBR'S, No. 113 Cllnton-atreet, north-east corner of Baj miller, where tbe Goal Oil and Lamp are for ml cheap. Alio llocklngbam and yellow, ware. New Tork Ledger, Meroury, Weekly; Harper's TANTED ROOM A furnished room, w without board, In a private bonae and quiet locality, and within a few minute walk of corner Diiiq ana vine streets.: AddressXWlti sTuDHNTS, Ull WIHI,. '.I:,.' ' Odd D W-ANTED SINGER A good female " singer ana comic linger, Address JOHN uunaBia, uinoinnau, unto. Apply immediately, WASTED SAFE A medium shed second-hand lafe. Aldreis 8. 4 B., box 2241, PoitofBoa. -,. ' oo23-b VyAHTED WORK A good carpenter . ua. iu,'ur wants er...

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 October 1859

THEPBESS. meg, 11 irm rowa-STinT. ATPRDAY...-.. OCTOBER 8i WHO IS KING! BY J. D. MAYNARD. There la a host of men who bout Of Powd.r, Cotton, Bteam, But every hour the might power Of 'iktibs' Ins li seen ; It nwvas the world a easily - Ai doe some mighty thins; And men proclaim In despot's earn That "PaiKTaaa' Ids la King." Tha man of fold, of wealth untold, PaiTas' Ian may acorn, Nor knit hie brow, nor deign 10 bow To one ao lowly born; Bui Paias' ink baa bnllt lta throM Where mind ita trlbntea brlag; And Ood'a moat gifted Intellecta Skoal uf uitim) las 1 King." Etngof the World of Thought reflasd- Ho ahjeot lave it elalme Where nperetitlon' victim pined, It buret their aerrllechalua. la ever? clime, In coming years, , , , Will men preud anthema ting; 1 Aad round the world thecchoe float, That "Paiirr' lti M Km !" . BY J. D. MAYNARD. METHODISM IN THE BACKWOODS. AMUSING INCIDENTS. FsUr Cirtwrigni, the "great pioneer pmoher of the West," is at present lec turing inPhiladelphia. ' He I...

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. — 24 October 1859

1 TrMi nil' FBAf llrni.niinii'rii J PBOPBIITOHJL- rri I JKKT TPllgi. j. j. . .. - uimrea io BiBicriMtn in lanttl, CoTlngtun and Newport, aid . ..-1.U.U, .uwi aad towns, at th trennely iov ,, . j ix oskts a win, payable to m mb. AMUSEMENTS. 1 i iV0OD(s THEATER, EM sixth ikb vrvi-gTaM. i A. lur ti, J Solt IiMiee aad Maiasn Retp Jrn of MrfJas. AnlersonT" ! na(lr 'kos pleasure in announcing thiii ' uib ,0,i;tcd a rs-onpMrenient, for nix nigh is only. i Mil appear In th great play nf i , ins Ltiiiiii Diiumittt. 1 ;ftl lp. - nt.. ..... a, ............ IM..LUJ i , nuift-nfon ,V - Mi a. itilnlw Vl -..iti.i.8 Julia irvui- "Oinoo, by Alin Kala rennTr. i" isnclude with he laughable foi-ca uf HIPrKD IN IIIEBUi). - . . dinni BeimeradB sir. i i valitr. do Buusy j., 4411 j ! jouard Jir. B0so . bime (Julocbard ms Satiny Ijenhain j aino do Valliere iveriu j 3TPoor!i openalfKi OartelB rUee at Ttf '1ok. I u'-.iUiorAoxMJiv.-Draa Cirtlaadtaitt. I '' 0ilir,iic1s. ,.IKK'S OPEfU MOUSE. IAS. M. BARRAJ ... U...

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 October 1859

I'HB PRESS. ?IOXDY ...OCTOBER 41 Turn-Outs. alleged weknen b Imputed to torn ot ur City Fathers, who evlno a Strang hos tilltto "turnout" for railroad tracks, but uniformly tarn Id on their pastes for travel. Xfa do uot desir to turn out any Councilman, tut w hope Couoollmen will favor at once turn-outs Tor oonrenienoe on railroad tracks. At Our Post—Both of Us. After a ton days' alienee from the iile of our assoclat the Giant of the Sinkt Pause the "other" of ui hitches to the team again, and, of oourso, united, we will propel. Mat tore and thinge at homo and abroad since we left have got a little mixed Old Ossawot omio has been doing himielf Beow.t, and Mrs. Ovmoo bat had a "brilliant" time. AVe oan't reoognite her at a diamond of the fret water, unlest the dsTiJes a portion of Lor wardrohs with Mies Flora McFlimiit. This lady, with "nothing to wear," we learu, design to pratide next New Year'i Fay at a rooeption table, hoping eome "Cuban" may "give her a call." Have We A City Mar...

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 October 1859

WANTED. J iii .. . . , "waTO," "rOB BAL.B," "TO Mr," "LOST," fVITOND,"Ao.,ln this column, occupying fve linn r less, two insertions, twenty-live cents. w AJ?7-5?JZX2Vltymt,k CAKE-BAKER W. .S nMUWA'lllfi'M tea. - minr... 'u-' no lmmedia'eiy. steady ily suV p " iiSifrBSiSW !.6n- Addreaeorep. Jiy 10 F. P. CTJNMHGHA w, fndianspolls, Ind. WrNT,E,IT;T0 KINT-A DOCiB for a ita? ik fh"'i.iIl't," D0t to exceed ten mln. Jfl h.n.fra. W'b-strjet '. Address or ll personally at No. 1 Fifth-street, In the cigar. "-2: oeJI-aw WANTED-Clerks, salesmen, took-keep- lahT.r.'7lKf bki!, C0OMrS, mechanics, IP, 0lnU K?itrrHo.,Ko.Jl West ruin, street. oc24.. ' uil.it mi uVANTrLBOARDrNG For srentle. dr... h, '" box ten yri old. Ad. ".nfflc to O. T. oca I V'ANTED-PUPILS. A ltd; who h.i . bad experience In teaching on the piano, and wk system na bMD Tory saoceasful, has a law va eancles whioh ah wishes to 111. Befers to h friends or bar pupils. Letters addressed to I. L llualo Teacher, it tills office, will b at...

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 October 1859

PHEPEESS. I ! . vrYlQUf 11 w r.BT lUUKlu-o rnitr. tONJBAY .OCTOBER 94 Advertised Letters. if 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING ITT iLv'h. Cinainnaii Post-olneo SatuiuuT Bvntixe, i;".;.bor a:, ino'J. . ... 1 SW All lutt.r silreiiineil are snbject to an eertre !wig 01 nucent. I'eonnsenllini Inr them will please !nie pre.sm'd wi'h tlio necessary change. !rKrr rilliug for these letters will pleats say I...V are a.-tv.TtiA:l. ami rive number and date 01 hat. ' "I"" fill opaii at A. M., ami eloseatG ranl .ys-Offlcc trill opeu from A. M. to 10H f. M V&" Ths liii below is made up every Saturday even- .t. sps-wen iignn 4ovk.uk, ana emences ait us bu V.'M-.'Ot lettrs 01 Hilt WI'Clv. , .r5 (Stj Saturdays tli" office li eloisd from l ! p:k 1'. 11. for the purpose of prepaclm ths tetter No. 43.—October 22, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A Mi Caroline Anderson Mrs Alonio Aim-tioiij: Miss Florence Anders hi Mis Ellen n lie Midi Alice Ann nluiDson Miisi Lllza tk'Oi,.MiE J ndera Mir. Oeorsia I. Mm Mir. Ofergia Allb...

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