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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 27 August 1859

THE PENMYvPftESS, I printed and p uhllabed dally, (Sundays excepted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Ho. 14 Wit Fourth Street, and delivered to enhecrlbere In CINCINNATI, OOV. JNQTON nd NEWPOBT.aad in surrounding oltiee, village and town, at SIX CENTS 'A WEEK, .parable to the carrier. PRICE OP MAILING. Mill Copies, I etf.', On Month, to cts.; Three Months, 1 00; One Tear, ft 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater COBNKB SIXTH TIN! 8Tf., CINCINNATI. Job A. Kllslea, jH.....,.8ole lessee and Manager, last Bight of Parodi's onlobrated ' ITALIAN OPERA fflMPiXY. BIahacif.b .......... A. BF.AYI. COHDCcroa .....,.....8ig. ANUELO TORRIANA. Btaob iUNAOBa. .......... a. BONZUNK. SATURDAY EVENING, August 17, will be pre. aented Donizetti's highly popular Opera of LUCIA DI LAMMEBMCOB. Incla ................ Slgna. Allmo, iilflrJo................................ Big. Nbrlglta. Ashton ....,..,,.. ...,8ig. Gnone. Raymond 8lg. BaHII, Arthur.................. .........big. Nwlianl. Alice.... ....81gna. Zap...

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 August 1859

RING! ALT & AVERY JtMPORTERfJ OP ANDJDEALERSIN CARPETING 09 XVvnt Fourth street, Pike's Opera - House Building. THE PEESS. Printed by " Caloric." CINCINNATI: tATl'RIAV AIIOUKT 27 Foreign News. We tare Interesting advices, a few tours later, by the JJtna, but no news of the Canada. t From . the faot that no regular filei were brought, it would teem that the Canada had tailed from Liverpool on her appointed day. Oar , fetrs are awakened by the unexplained delay. No allusions are made in the dis patches aa to whether the America had tailed in her place, nor Is any explanation given for her irregularity or non-arrival. "Take That." Money it some men' meat, other men's poison. 1o some men money getting and keeping is worship it is the God of their Idolatry.' , Nature scorns divinely the slave to the mere gold, to the "mammon of unright eousness," and, as Carlyle lays, "blazes often enough like the blinding lightning against his slnvehood, and flings him a bag of money, saying, 'That,...

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 August 1859

WANTED. WANTS," "FOB bam," "id It?," "ODND,"4o.ita ttmolunm, occupying le n or leas, two Insertions, twenty-live cents. ANTED VESt-B ASTERS -At No. 23 West Sixth-street.'''-, r ANTED SO 'WOOD-WOEKMBNlo at , o.Mvnwl Par. ADDlV 10 J. BrFALUDU, Omnibus ManMiftory, Bank-street.,,.. WANTED BOY . OR GIRL-A smart active boy or girl to attend a store: on that can epeas- Herman preferred. Ininiroat No.SU iim tiut. Two rooms for rent at the" same place. , , . lan'fl-trj -. "TirANTED BOABDING In P."Ta famllv, l.jr a young man of good moral cnsr. ooter. West End preferred. Address H tuls omct, rnn27-h'l wriKftin Tr TPAnK One btndred W and slat acres of Land W Wft'. -'"'A". nnex-Ifwl lease or dw.llli.s-bouse la the city. AC- dress C, ibrongb thli office ; BOABDIKG Two gentlemen desiring a plotuant plare to board. In a private famil t would do will to rail at o. io7 Longworib.sma.fc between Kim and Pl'im. Terms mndorate. an27-b WANTED CARPENTER At 87 East Third-street, for sight or ten days, a sk...

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. — 27 August 1859

Hz THEPEE8S. 1 SATURDAY., ..AUGUST 37 J SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. OPPIOI, 14 WEST rOUsTH-BTlKKT. EPITAPHS. ADAPTED TO THE PREVALENT CAUSES OF DEATH— BROKEN BRIDGES—MISPLACED SWITCHES—COLLISIONS BROKEN BRIDGES—MISPLACED SWITCHES—COLLISIONS —CROSSINGS UNWATCHED—MAKING UP LOST TIME—DRAWBRIDGES OPEN WITHOUT SIGNALS, &c. &c. PROVIDED FOR THE USE OF PRESIDENTS, DIRECTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF RAILROADS—FOBS ET ORIGO. ( "A Hidden pitch from a mlaplaced i witch !: Laid me dead la this ditch." ' "Off the track tbe engine rushed ' Some wan drowned and I i crushed." "WhatleliM TiibiitaTlBlon. ,i : j Here I died by a collision; Twenty more died by the tame: Verdict-'Nobody to blame.' '' ; "Sister, mother, aunt and me ' . ' Were run over. Here we be. . i ' We should ham had time to mlr.v.le, Bad they blown tueenglue's wbistls." "Sweeping ronnd a curve Whose outer flexture bordered an abyss, The can were canted down the precipice, And seven of us killed. But what o...

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 August 1859

TH PENNY, Pap.SS, If printed and f ubliibed daily, (Sundays exempted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Ho 14 Weit Fourth Street, ud delivered to subscribers In CIHCINNATI, OOV. INaTONandNEWPOBT.eudtosuxrvundlngdtiee, SIX CENTS A WEEK, parable to the carrier. 1 ;! 1 PRICE OF MAILING. . f ingle Copies, eta.) Cat Month, 40 et. ; Three , . Month, i w: On Tear, S4 00. AMUSEMENTS. riKirs opera -doise. Cbas, M. Babeii.. . Manager. T1HE MANAGER TAKES GREAT PLEAS- I" UK In announcing to the public that he bai effected a limited engagement with the celebrated MLtiiiTcflfpM. Comprising in It) orcanlzatibu somo of the greatest lyric artists of lha day. '.' "' On MONDAY EVENIN8, August at, will bo pro. duced, for the first and only time during the engage ment, with all the adjuncts of splendid acenory. dresses, decorations and appointments, the grand tragio opera of , With PABODI in her trreat and unequaled role of "NORMA," aunported by the following powerful ;' CAST OF CBABACTBBS. Adalglsa, a y...

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. — 29 August 1859

" ' ISGM ALT & AVERY " L 6.8 (( ; J t s: PORTERS OP ANDDEALTIIW IN j West Four Hi street, Pike's Opera - ifouse Building. THE PBES, Printed by " Caloric. " TBRM81 Per WcekYpeytbls to the carrier,......... Per Annum, sent by mnil.......... .. ... Sc. ....$4 do omen no. 14 wist vourtu street. C I N C I N nTtTT MONDAY.. ..AUGUST 49 The Canada—The America—The Africa. - These continents art reverting plaoos. .. Tho steamer America shot in, "Young America" like, and took tie plaoe of the Canaifa. ' The Africa it now nine days out, baring left Liver pool on the 20th inst The Canada is assigned to the. 24th of next month to leave for this , oountrv. " , Resignation of Charles Moran. -The distinguished Financier, Chas. Mobak, who, for nearly two yean has been President of the New York and Erie Railroad, at a alary of $25,000 per annum, and within the last month at the reduced aum of $8,000, re signed his office on Saturday last.' His rcsig nation wai accepted. The Good Time Coming. The s...

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 August 1859

"WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO IIT," "LOST," 'FOUND'Ao., In this column, occpyln five Una r lees, two Insertions, twenty-live eentt. WANTED BOY To oloae Shots. Ap ply at MO Walnut-street, upstairs. anW-b . wmpf ititinnnmnna m i 'k w Y csrpenton. Inquire of H. P. OTT, near the bonier of Madison aud Montgomery Turnpike, Wal- mi Ullli .w, a. y ANTED ROOMS By lady, with a V little girl of Mten yearn, two, three or four nnfurnlahed rooms, with gas, water, An., in central locality; or will rent a large house with a email l5Ty.'L1)'1 diyic,c "nd ww "1' Address Bin. HAM, tlila offlou, mating locality anil price. nuW-b y ANTED GIRL A girl who can do - T ,.8"eral honio-workinaamalltamlly, to go a anon distance Into the country, near a Railroad station, o(K)(i references required. Apply at the Peach, Bepot, No. II West Konnh-street, nearly , "PP'.aite to the First Presbyterian Chnrch. au-b yANTED-8ITUATI0N-By a boy aged . w IA years, In any respectable business. Hull willing to make himself...

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. — 29 August 1859

SEWING MACHINES. SLQA.T&CO. SEWING MACHINES, Cincinnati, Offloe Si West Fourth street. QP TE03S INTENDING 10 PURCHASE, we desire a personal investigation of the com parative merit! of those Sewing Mschinos with oil othen in the market. , , aull FRANK HENRY, Agent. G. C. KJTIFFIN&CO. rEALEBSlN Ladd, Welbstcr fc Co.'s, (Late Hunt, Webster A Co.'s.) SEWING MACHINES, No. S West Fourth, afreet, iincinnuti. These Machines hare been steadily advancing in .', popular favor for the past year, and are now esteemed ty all who bate given them a trial at the "He Plus Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has. raorethananythingelse.tendedtothisreinilt. Added to this is the undeniable fact of their simplicity and ease of management, there being no band or cog wheels, s In soma Machines, or leathor pads and crookod needles, as in others. They comwond them selves to the dress-maker by the regularity of the feeding arrangement, which ne...

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. — 30 August 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, ljprtaMan4publUBeddaUr,(Sinidar xo.pted0by FEANCISCO & CAIDTELL, At Ho. li 'wiit SFoarth i Street, .ad delivered to robscrlbeni In OINCINNA TI, OOV. l&OTON and N EWFOttT.and In luirwudk ag cttise, villages end town., at SIX CENTS A WICK, payable to the carrier. PRICE OP MAILING, tingle Copley 1 ota.: One Mouth, teets.s Three Months f I 00; On Year, $4 00. AMUSEMENTS. ' , PIKE'S OPERA - IIOUS E. Chad. II. Daebai... ....... Han iger. PBICE3 Or ADMISSION: Paniuette Clrole, Perauette and Balcony....... f (I 00 Gallery - m.............. Oil Private Boies, eight persons............ ........ 18 00 aVThert is no FREE LIST at thli ettablli ibmeut, excopt that or the Public Press. THE MANAGER TAKES GREAT fLB A3 CRB In announcing to the pnblio t net he hai effected a limited engagement with the celebrated , FAHODX ITALIAN OPBM (OMY, Comprising In lt organisation tome of the greatest lyric artists of tho d.y. On TUESDAY EVKNING, Augnet 30, will be pro duced Donizetti's ...

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. — 30 August 1859

RIMWALT & AVERY 1MP0RTBB3 OF AND.DEALERS IN CARPETING CO flVtil Fourth street, Fike's Opera -House Building. " rriatcil- by kk i'aloric. " C()IlltESl'ONDRCK,foiitAlnliiglmiiorUutnew, oticlted from any qtiartor of thn world. , T H H I S i Per Wiwk, payihle to the carriers - 6c. Per Annum, snut by until..... ........... ?4 OKFIClt SO. H WRST FOURTH STtlKKT. CINCINNATI! TinsOAV.. -..l'rsT 3(1 j7rif Wo acknowledge ourselves indebted to the Adams' Express for late Westorn papers. ' jj2!Wo are indebted to the Amerloan Ex press for trantialsaloa of favors. 9"S. C. Meredith, messenger for the Adams' Esptott, wlllaccopt thanks for Indianapolis papers. ( , . . - Normal School of Cincinnati. Mr. Btiattox made amotion la the School Board, lust night, to revive the Cinciimnti Normal School. The proposition lies over for discussion next Monday night. Normal School of Cincinnati. Lafayette vs. Indianapolis. These Hoosier towns ere tryiug ti drink themselves into notoriety, just as though they ...

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 August 1859

"WANTED. V "WANTS," "FOB 8A 11," "TO LIT," "LOST," T0PHr,"4c.,iB thii column, occupying fire lines or Imi, two Insertions, twenty-llTO eents. WANTED-OAP MAKEIIS-Fifteengood cap makers, immediately, t 264 Jloln-atreet. ... 1 au.T0-a w A N 1 B I SHOEMAKERS Od W0P16D ir pes uoota, ip stalrsr I Apply at WO Walnut. street, up I au3n-h' WANTED--BOAIIDING By two young Indies, where there ore few, or no boardeia. Atldresi 11. A. C, Penny Prem olflue itiian-bt WANTED TO HENT By respectable party, a email homo with from tbros toll's roonis.idther In town or anburba.. Address, this week.HKNItV. thlsolllee. iiau-b WANTED GIBL A girl fourtoen to sixteen yenra old. to lake care of children and assist In general homework, meat conie well recommended. Apply to V, HHKEN, 20 Last 'Ihird. .lr.nl auai-b w ANTED TO BORROW Ten thousand iBin nwi I. . t..,.. a. Am tin ra n city property worth 2J,u0o. loiiulra ofw. H, I'A YHNPOltT, Attorney, Xlo, 30 neat fourth-street, Cincinnati, 0. miTO-d VMTANTED BOARD 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. — 30 August 1859

THEPEESS. TUESDAY, IHMIHIKHinHMOIf'HHIl -.ADGUMT 30 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. OWICR, 14 WIST FOURTH 8TKERT. COMRADES, FILL NO GLASS FOR ME. BY STEPHEN C. FOSTER. Oh, cuinrados, till no glass for me. To drown my soul In liquid llanio; For if 1 drank, the toust should be To blighted fortune, health and fame, Yet though I long to qiioll the Btrlt That passion holds against my lilu, Ht HI boon companions inuy wo or; llut, comrades, fill do glass tor wo! T know breast that one was light, Whose patient snffarlugs neod my care I know a hearth that once wai bright; llut drooping hopes have needed there. Then, while the tear-drops nightly steal Prom wounded hearts that I should heal; Though boon companions yeniny be, Ob, comrades, till uo glasa fur me! Whn I whs young I flt Mie tide ill nuplrntioiw unrtenlcd; Bur manhood's yoars have won ths pridl My parents centered In thelrchild. Tli'in. 'iy the mother's sacred tear. By all that memory should ravoie, Though boon comp...

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. — 31 August 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, is printed and published dally.fSundarsexcepted,), FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Ho. 11 .West Fourth Street, nd delivered to snbscrlliere In CINCINNATI, GOV. 1 NGTON and N EWPOllT, and In surrounding citiM, village! and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to lb carrier. PRICE OP MAILING. Single Copies, oti.;' On Month, 40 cts.; Three Month, (I 00; On Tear, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS. 1'ALICE GARDEN & VARIETIES. ! VI K-STUKEI BKT. FOIKTII AKD FIFTH. ! I'r jprlfltur unci Manager Lkk Mai.iort. o VKM EVERY EVENING WITII PU0M- j JEN A UK COiiCEftTS by MENTES'S FULL BAND. if.HAIlaVTNO BALLADS, BF&UT1FIL DANCES, f OJUC SOKC1S. AUIIOBATIC EXERCISES. ETHIOPIAN DELINEATIONS, Biirlnsnuc", Pantomimes and Farces, by a company of thlru performers aul musicians, nulnuted front Ilia .best companies la the United Stales. Adralaaloa Only au:il Ten Cent. ANOTHER GREAT RACE. i 'tVl'IV V 1 TT 'IMinT'l'IVP 1) A D lr UN Uf i IN A 11 lllUlllJMl rAKA. 4 TROTTING MATCH WILL C0MK I m oft'iivnr ...

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. — 31 August 1859

(i WALT & AVERY IMPORTERS OF ANDjDKALERS IN CARPETING West Fourth street, Pike's Opera -House Building. Printed by " Caloric. OORBKSrONDKNCK, containing important news, ollrltud from any quarter of the world. T V 11 91 S i Per Wck, paysbla to thfl carrier!..... 6c. Per Annum, sent by mail M IK) OFWCK NO. 14 WEST FOURTH 8TKKRT. cimcisk a tT! wkhnesday... ..Al'GlMT .11 Advertising. Merchants, and businoss mon generally, will find the Pixht Pitss the medium for reaching families. We have now a larger fcoiia fuU oity elraulation than any other paper. Our Want Column. We refer one readora to our want column. It speakg for itself, and not without effoot. If you are in want of anything advertise in the Penny Preu, and you will have the want supplied. What Shall be the Guage? To-night a proposition will bo made to the City Counoil for a modification of the guago of Street Railroads, as prescribed in ordinance, from five feet two inches to four foot ten inohes. The work comnienoed on Wal...

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. — 31 August 1859

WANTED. "WANT8," 'TOR BALK," "TO LET," "LOST," "FOUND, "io.,lnthUclnmn, occupying five Hues or km, two insertion!, twenty-five cents. ANTED A BOY Who can come well recommended. ApdIv nt the L'itv Saloon, t.l "Ptl niAlll-lknifll, i Ullil-UT WANTED GIRLS Two glriiromjietent hands, to work on punts. Inquire at 127 Mace-street. uM.h "VyANTED-IMMEDIATKLY One good . w , journeyman Shoemaker on ladles morocco Jmota and ml tori. Address, with referent, Box l, mchroonU.lnillaiia. aiiM -h WANTED DRESS CUTTER Ladios "7 wil'.ing to get dresses cut nnd fitted; lit their "l("",rnn get one that Is competent, unit give RV'tiBlHctloii. ChiirKfd reasonable, full at Mrs. I -iNKK'S Intelligence Office, JUS Fiftli-ntieet, bet. y .utem-rowwnd John. iu:il-h WANTED IMMEDIATELY A compe tent Herman woman to do the general houso Ork nf a small fsmily; to such it one as can couio n) recommended aa ft cook, washer nnd lruner, hood wages will lie iail, mirl a permanent and easy I lace secured. Call attno residen...

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. — 31 August 1859

THEPEESS. WEDNESDAY ..AUGUST 31 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONEWEEK. Omen, 14 WK8T POURTH-BTBWtT. [From the Louisville Sunday Democrat.] "GATHER US INTO THY KINGDOM." i Lord Jesus, come, fur hsre (lllrpallt throilKll Willi i laid, We wn'cli, iii for tnu ilay apt'lug near, Amid l llu breaking shade. Lord .leans, come, for heats .nect on t lie name p.nm, The patriot mourns, the tj rnut Doasts, Aud loard uru shea liko raiu. Lord Jesus, come, fir still , Vh i.Iiiiui her ro.uiac mirth, Tli" l'.uiiislil crave in viu their 511, Wuilo leotns liiii fruitful eurih. Hark! herald mini near Lead mi ihv happier day: L'tuue, I. "ill. iiinl mm husunnas hear, YVe wait to strew thywa) . Conic, im in days of old, Willi words of grace and rower, l:itln rnsall within tliy fold Ami never leave us mure. "GATHER US INTO THY KINGDOM." JULY 30, 1859. How I Courted Sal. The way mo and .Sal got nlong wnsonly middlin' woll fur sum time, till 1 mado up my mind to fetch thiugs to a hod; fur 1 Juvcd Lor...

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. — 1 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, U printed and published daily,(Bnndari excel itedjb? FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At So. 1 Weit Fourth Street, and delivered to embscriberaln CINCINNATI, GOV. 1NOTON and K WPOttT, and In surrounding oltlM, Village Dd towni, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, arable to the curler. . PRICE OP MAILING. Single Copies, 1 cti.l One Month, 40 eta.; Three Month, f 1 00; One Year, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS. PIKE'S OPERA -MOUSE. Chaii. M. Barkis Manager. PUKES Of ADMISSION: Pnriiuetle Circle, rarcjuctte and Balcony 91 OH Gallery- fill Private lloxea, eight peraoiis Iff 00 gTTheri la no FREE LIST at this establishment, except that of the Public Proas, THE MANAGER TAKES GREAT PLEAS t'RK ill announcing to tli pnbllc that he has effected a limited engaeement with the celelirated FAZLODI mii. opem mm, Comprlalng In Its organization some of tbe greatest lyric artists of the day. On THURSDAY KVKNINO, September I, will be presented, for the drat time in Cincinnati, Donizetti's grand opera of 11 Poliuto, 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. — 1 September 1859

I.INGWJLT & AVERY IMPORTERS OF ANDJDEALERS IN CARPETING 09 Wtul Fourth street, Pike's Opera 'House Building. THE PBESS, Printed by 44 Caloric." OOBBEBPONDXNOK, containing important news, solicited from any quartern! the world. , NO NOTICE taken of anonymous correspondence. We do not return rejected communications. TBRM81 Per Week, payable to the carriers So. Per Annum, sent by mail $1 00 omc o. 14 wist fourth street. CINCINNATI: T II II K 4 U A Y SEPTEMBER 1 Very interesting news will be found under the telegraph head. ' We will girt one month 'i subscription of the Prnnt Phisi to any person -who will bring to us a oopyof our lstuo of Volume 1, No. C3. Ohio Mechanics' Institute—Opening Day. This morning the bustle of arranging the rooms on the first floor and basements of Pike's Opera-house, for Ohio Mechanics' In stitute Exhibition, will be at its culminating point, for the rooms will be thrown open this evening to the public. The opportunity is now given artists, mechanics and...

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. — 1 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LOT," "LOST," "IO0ND,"4o.,ln thlioolamn, oocnpylnf five llntt or leu, two Insertions, twenty-five centi. JTANTED A good house-keeper, one bi ??.' ite14 of work' Inquire at the Burnett Baloon, 1U Fifth-street. ep.b 17"ANTED GIRL A good steady girl , w to cook and wash. A competent person will njANXED SCHOLARS By competent ii,.' i "ra rrori to receive lessons on USE ?M " illtrucJ" Invocal music. Addre .Music," Pinny Prc Office. pl-aw rTANTED IMMEDIATELY A man to 1.7. nnniondlno in aSliocStoro, whom ho cau navocoiistsnt employment and good wages. Apply v.T- JIfKfiAN, Madisou-stroet, near Sixth, Cotington, Ky. ,.Di-c "ANTED IMMEDIATELY Two good rn.I 8e!"?;,facllin htrnXe, at 8. ISAACS CO. '8, No an Main-street. sepl.c V"ANTED ROOMS Two or three rooms, furnished or unfurnished, without board, In yrhato family. A respectable neighborhood de ilred. Addros8"B.,"attliis office. iopl.h 1TANTKD-SITTJATI0N-A young man r.1.1, 4w',n"tWtothecpnutr. Ia well acquaint...

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. — 1 September 1859

THE PRESS. THURSDAY .8EFTEIIBEB, 1 OmCI, 14 WIBT VOVHH-STRIIT. THE YOUNG WIDOW. BY ROBERT JOSSELYN. She la modest, but not basbrul ; Free Had easy, but nut bold ; Like an apple, ripe and mellow, Nor. too young, und uot too old. Half inviting, linlfropulslra; Now Invlltiiff, and now atiy There is in iMOlnef io berilluipls, Thero ia danger in bur eye. She has at ml If d human nature; film in schooled iu ail Iter acta; the lits taken her diploma As tbe mistress of all hearta. She can toll the very moment Wheu to "lsh ami when to 111111' I ! amsiil isni:niHtiraes charming, But a widow all thowliilc! Aro you aail ? how very serloiu Will her hanasome fare I'Moms: Ai d vim angry ? sho is wretched, liOiioly, friendless, leartul, dumb : Aro you mirthful ? Imw her laughter, 3umi-Miiiuliii,will ring out! Sho can lure, aud catch, and (liny you, Ai Ibe auglor dot' tho trout. V nlil bachelors of forty. Who have grnwn bald and wise Yooriz Americans of twenty, With the love-locks in your ova You ma...

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