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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 25 October 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS Ii published daflr, ( Sundays exMptsd.) by FRANCISCO ACALimBLI., - PBOPB1K0BB. -rriei-e. U hit r o ata-i t c it. THE FINNY PBE8S It delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Ooflugtou and Newport, sad r rounding cities and towns, at the ex- trtmaljr low prloe of , , ,. IX CKNT8 A WEEK, PAYABLE TO UAR111M. pxiccser uaium: single copies 2c.; 1 inouth ii)c.; 3 monthiSl; I year fa. AMUSEMENTS. VOOD'STlIEATER, COBNEI IIXTH AMD TINK-ITSKETS. Johs A. Klllk, Jg.........Bolo Lessee and Manager. S'coikI uljnt of Mr. Jas. Anderson. THIS (Tuesday) ETENINO. Oct. 25. Mr, Ander ton will appear iu tho great play of HAMLET. Hamlet .'...Mr. Anderson lboal. ...... n ........ Mr. llann Laerlcs ....Mr. Langdon KiriaClaudiua Sir Lord f'oloniua U.....M r. t.llaler llurati Mr Head Osric MissFauoy Dunham rrne-diger .. m Mr. Adams 'Ophelia Ml a. Wlsler sjueeu Geitrudc....... Sir. Gilbert Dance, by 11 las Kate Pennoyer. To conclude with the laughable farce of IN AND OCT OF PLACE. Letty. Puddy O'...

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. — 25 October 1859

THE PH3USS. ANDY W. FBANCI8C0. JOHN D. CALDWELL BDITOU A.1B PRSFMITOB8. TCE9DAY m OCTOBER 85 Distrust. Thai authorities of Pennsylvania havo die arad a colored military company of Philadelphia.' The Weather. For a few nights frost has been vory severe, a Friday morning we observed the pondd frcaen over. Yesterday was mild and pleas ant a Indian summor. "Tremendous!" The intelligent telegraph reporter Informs ua of the explosion of a loooraotive boiler at Soranton, Penn., and says that It was caused hy the prtmrt of ileum Ilow a college ed ucation does set some folks upt Old Kentuck to Give Thanks. Bkeuh Maqoftik, Governor of the Coiu nionwcalth of Kentucky, haa recommonded the citizens thereof appropriatoly to observe Thursday, the 24th day of November, as a day of thankfgiviug and praise. Agreed. Mechanics' Institute School of Design. We have a large share of vigorous native talent in our shops and in the ranks of our Cin cinnati youth, whioh would be developed into a very compensa...

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. — 25 October 1859

WANTED. "WANTS." "FOB SALE." "TO LIT." "L08T," ,'i"OTJND,''Ao., in thle column, occupying fl lines or leu, two insertions, twenty-nre oents. WANTED- SITUATION-By a young man, with a thorough knowledge of Mercan tile sTalra. Speaks EnglLh, French and Gerniin. Can give satisfactory reference. Address W. A.HUN- uanittntsomce, oc23b KTANTED-8ITDATI0N-By a Drug- i. S.,,t'9,n81v reference. Is a single man. Bpeaks Ifngllsh, German aad French, and has a com mercial education, fleam address (i. A. G.. this office. ooM-b w ANTHn thuhttjh mma To trim their Ears lu luporlor it jlf .SSiiOi Will keep them a week if necessary at theatablea on Furnet-street, between Vina aud Race and Tbinl aad sourtn. ocasu WANTED SITUATION. By s young man who speaks Engtlib and German, aa por ter In a wholesale drr goods atore, Good reference f'.tSg-, AddreaaH. B., this ofllce. 00230 WANTED TO RENT A small home of about four rooma, in good neighborhood, for a small family. Good reference! given, Addresg J, A, (.',...

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. — 25 October 1859

THEPEESS. FF1CI, 14 VIST TOUsTH-STBBIT. TI'IMDAY .OCTOBER 3,1 HIS DREAM. 1 mv, last night, the straw rnordcot, Where oft aha turned her wheel; 1 saw tlif Ruble here we sat, Auil foil whatyunug hearts leel; Ami 1 had thrown niy years away, Ami Ml omn iinre a child, While alio, who was my liiglit ami ilny, Hung o'er mo here aud sitnlwil. I lank!, audio! t length she sat, In holy childhood luu, Aud though a woman era we mot, I d swear that IlkoniM truei Hut whilo 'mid all that Clirlt-hko youth, Wherein her beauty alept. Hhe saug a song of "Uliaiivoieox Truth, I only watched aud wept. I took her offered hand In mine. Aud looked far down her eyes; All, Ood within her saint-like shim, hat fearful mysteries ! Again gushed forth her song of "Truth;" Hut 'neath Its wild'rlng stream, I leaped from out uiy blinding youth, And all war but a dream. Night. Tin bud is sitting in tho wont! It coius to jgo down behind thu li ills. Jlark nesi is creoping over tho valleys. 'J'hc birds bare conscd thoi...

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. — 26 October 1859

1'HE PENNY PRESS II published daiy, ( Sundays excepted,) tf t FRANCISCO CAtDWBLL, FB0FBIK0B8. 01-10. M wpii roiltl-IIllit. 88 U delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, sadinr. - rounding cities and towns, at tha ex tremely low price of BIX CENTS A WEEK, PAYABLE TO (JABBIEB. pbices or naimho: Kindle copies 2c.; 1 month 40c.; 3 months ; 1 row It. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, COBNia SIXTH AND TINE-STREETS. Jon Kt Ellslib, J a. ..Hole Lessee and Manager. ITbird night of MB. JAMES ANDERSON. . LOOK AT THIS BILL I Sir. JAMES ANDEBSON in two characters-'Tlie Btiangor" and " Duae Aranxa." THIS (Wednesday) KVF.NINC1. Oct. M, the per. furuianco will commence mith Kotiobue's touching live act play, called THE STRAMOKBt , ., , Ob, NisAXTHaopr and BariNTAMci. The Stranger. ... Mr. Anderson Huron Bilufort.,... Dir. Haiin Francis Mr. Ltugdon Count Winterscu .....Mr. llall Old Solomon - .......,Mr. Ellsler Peter Mr, House Mis. llallcr Mrs. Kllsler Countess Wintorsen ...... Uisi...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 October 1859

r THE PRESS. ANDT W. VBANOIBOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL iditou ne mersirroas. WBDNMDAY OCTOBER. ii Dr. J. L. Vattler—Cincinnati Postmaster —Turnouts—Restoration. Our worthy Chief Engineer of the General (iovernmoat, J. B., sots a precedent for lay ing street railroad tracks. His plan, as to Postmasters, Is to arrange the track so as first to turn out, and then to turn in an inoura bent. Bdck fully understands the circuit and circumlocution. Isi Cook, P. M. at Chi cago, went out R. H. entrance; came in on the Lett. Dr. Vattisr, P. M., went out, starhoard-the-helm, and comes in helm-a-port. Thomas Sfaraow, Ex-P. M. at Colum bus, was shot by Buohakam's arrow, but it was but a love-bolt, as he, perhaps, in a few days will be hopping into the pigeon-boxes opposite the State-house, and Miixkb and his men be going cut. We, hsriog oonfidtnoe in the restorative qualities of the President, took an extreme ease and yesterday hinted, more as a sog gester than otherwise, that the son-in-law of Ex-Presi...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 October 1859

WANTED. Vtr a una if a a limit I ft f HUUlttl "FUUWU,"ftc.,In thlicolaran, occitpyiuf dto udh or lew, two lDBertioDi, tweptr-flre onU. .- t i . ! ,17"ANTED WATCHB8 AND JEWEL- jDf w w by Forwntcn gooa western rana win ne " exchanged at reasonable ratal. Address box 1,060, Cincinnati, Ohio. oc26b WANTED TO SELL ANDjBUY GUN DBV'B, Ohio, and Bacon'sffleholarshlpa, good lur book-keepfng and day and foiling study. Young men save mnnoy by buying it. Apply at Tafft's Ex change Office, Sycamore and Third-atreet. W. H. ACKLKY. ocIMb' E7-ANTED-8ITDATION-By young w w Oerman, (well acquainted In the city) to drive -wagon-peddlor's preferred. Addreaa II. B thia "' oil) 7"ANTED A SITUATION By a young w man, as porter, or In any capacity where ho n make himself useful. Address CHRISTOPHER WOLb, Union Bxehaiigyi, 1 7ft Kant Frunt-at. ocaib WANTED Famtlioa wanting ohoioe help can he suppled with good cooks or girla to do rhsmber-work. Alao, girls for general houae-wor. please call av MRS. WARNER'S In...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 October 1859

THE PEE S S. orrici, 11 west voueth-stbmt. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 116 A SPORTING LYRIC; OR, HOW PAT SHOT "RADE" BIRDS. Three men aud a bull-dog iily. Two guns ami a terrier Imiiio Thy'il better stand out of Hie niud, there, And sot themselves up Fur game. But no, I ice liy t lio tucking Ol' that red-lioailrd Paddy's eye, lie's been "railing" too much for you, sir, Any audi game to try, "Wlilst, Jsmey, air boy! Laps dark, there. And hould the big bull-dog in; There's a bloody big cloud of rade birds, Just come for a pepperin'." Chin, bang! speaks the little barrel; Klip. biKing! roars the old "Ouwn Ann" There's a I'aildv stretched outin a mud hole A kii ked down, knocked over man. The big hull-ilog'seyns slick out, iv vim "ii-,i,'k i, qui it And the terrier')! barks begin: i ne runny uigs out Ol me ni And then the "discuorsin" And then the "discuorsin" comes in; "(th, .Iniuey! ye precious young blsggard,, 1 know ye r tho devil's own son How many a thitfnr's load, thin, Uiil you put iu the...

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. — 27 October 1859

1 HE P EJIN,Y;Pfl ESS If published dally, ( Sundays excepted,) by FRANCISCO & CAXDWElXi V, PBOPBUrfOB8.irr L' ' or t ii-Sf.M was iyvBtH-niii. TBI PENNY PBI88H delirewd to subscribers in pitnlnnt(,0?TlJiftonnd Newport, andsur f j rounding sities aid towni, at the ex , I ti J XI tremely low price of BIX CENTS A. WEEK, PAYABLE TO UABBIIB. ( OF MAILTia: Blngle copies to.! I month 40o.; 8 monthall; 1 fear $4. AMUSEMENTS. r a i 8 ' i u ... WOOD'S theater; COBNEE SIXTH AMD VINE-STEEETS. Joax A. I LULU, J Sola Leasee and Manager. Fourth night of the gnat tragedian, MR. JJ AMES ANDERSON, Wko Will personate his great character of Virginias I Turn Mniiul evKNING. Oct. 27. will be pre sented for (Ma nrst time this waaon, the groat trage- dy called . - . . . . 1 . n . t an VIRG1N1U8: Oa, TBI Boma Fatbeb. Vlrglnliu, dir. nimniwiu icuius...,......... A ppiu. Claudius Cains Claudius l)cuttiui.- Virginia.- Servia dr. Langaon ....Mr. Hann ,.Mr. Hall , Mr. Ellaler .....MrseMlsler ...Mr. Uibert Dan...

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 October 1859

THEPBESS, ANDY vT.rKAMOISOO. JOHK D.CALDWSLL imtom ard vaerairroasv " " '' " " THIR8DAV iC'TOBER 27 ', Th Dsmooratlo Convention of Kansas vestordav nominated Sax. Medaby for Gov ernor, loi JoHSt P. Siotteit for Lieutenant Governor. . . .:) i ; The Owl-Train. The lightning messages ran until after mid night, causing our budgot of Council newt and Other prepared matter of interest to olear the traok. The telegraph, having the Inside, caused them to turnout. The McMicken Bequest. The xeautors surrender their trust in the teal astate to the 1tj after the llrst of Novem ber. Then their eighteen months Is up. The rent, In gross, ' bout t19,)0()' Thoralna of real estate, $W),O00. l;, . Location of Street Railroad Tracks. The following resolution was offered In tlie City Counoil last night, and lost t , . ., . Renhtd, That the resolution directing the Street Railroad Companies to lay their track' in the center of the streets, be so amended a to permit a variation from' the center, pro vided...

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 October 1859

WANTED... "WANTS," "I OB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST," "jrOOHD,"4o., in this oolurnn, oocMpytng five 11dm or lesa, two insertioni, twentr-flva cents. WANTED A good stout Boy, who it not afraid to work, at th "CALEDONIAN gHAPB9,''It9 Tine-street. ocW b WANTED IMMEDIATELY A G1IRL To do general houu-work and cooking for a mall family. .Hone need apply that do not under stand oouking. Apply at 180 Barr-atreat. oc27b WANTED A PARTNER In an estab llshed boslnas. naylng JlS.ouO per anuum eash capital required, 3,600. Address V. T., Post. odtca box 142, with real name. oc27o : "VX7-ANTED A man who can writ a plain , hnd. Aleo. halpof vsrlone klnda; male and remaK Apply at the general Information Agency, Mo. tii Western-row, A. D. OABBON k 00. 0027b WANTED WORK A good oarpenter and joiner wants employment In city or country . Address CAItPKNTliil, at tlila office. ocffa'i ' WANTED OIRL A small girl to taka . care of a child. Ap ply at 32V West Flfth-et. , ' . ; tcc27b' ' WANTRD WATCHES 'AND JEWEL...

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 October 1859

THEPEESS. rnoi, 14 win rotntTH-STBKrr THURSDAY.. ..OCTOBER ar LEAF BY LEAF THE ROSES FALL. Leaf by leaf the roses fall, ' ! ' " Drop by drop the spring rani dry ; . ,. Clue tiy one, beyond recall, ' Slimmer beauties fade and die ; ' But the rose, bloom again, - And the spring will guab anew, . , , In the pleasant April rain. And the Summer inn and dew. . .. So In hours of deepest gloom, When the springs of gladness fail, And the roe in the bloom, : " Droop like maidens wan and pale, . .. We snail ilnd some hope that Ilea , Like the silent-gem apart, Hidden far from careless eye, In the garden of the heart. .,. . , Heme sweet hops oTglaa'ness wed. That will spring afresh anil new, When gricra whiter shall have Hud, (Jiving place to rain and dew Some sweet hope that breathes of spring ' Through the weary, weary time, , i' Budding for its blossoming., , , 1 a that spirit's glorious clime. .. Politicians and Farmers. Politicians who wantttn office frequent ly make great pretensions to a...

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. — 28 October 1859

1 HE PENNY PRESS It publlahed daily, (Sundays excepted,) by FRANCISCO afc CALDWELL, 1' ' PB0PBIBF0E8. iirin-ii. it wnt roitii-iiiiit, THX PINKY PBESB Is delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and sur rounding" eltles and towns, at th ez , ...... tremelylow price of BIX 0IHT8 A WEEK, PAYABLE TO OABJUEB. y FBICE8 F MAIL1NQ: Single copies Jc.i 1 month 40c.; 3 mintha$l;lrear$4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. COBNBR SIXTH AND VINB-STBEETS. Jon A. Ellslib, Jb....m..J8o1o lessee and Manager. Benefit of Mr. Jas. Anderson. " Vint appsarance of Minn KLL8W0ETHY since her arrival from Europe, when "he will appear, lu conjunction with Mr. Anderson, til ghakescarn'fl comedy of "Much Ado About Nothing" and the stalling eoraedy of " .Matrimony." TH13 (Friday) EVENING. Oct. a, the perform ance will cotnmeuce with MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Benedict ........Mr. Anderson Beatrice Miss Ellworthy Don Pedro Sir. Langdon Leonato H....Mr. Hami Dogberry . ....Mr. Kllnler Hero Mis Annie Wai...

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. — 28 October 1859

THE PRESS. AKDT W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL I01TOM AND TBSPBISTOSS. OFFIG1, 14 WIST TOURTH-STEgKT. FR.ID.iV OCTOBER US ' Ib telegraphic oolunm oontalns yes terday's; proceedings of the great ioaurreotion trial. flB'Mr. Lowe, the balloonist, according to the New York papers, 1 1 Inflating his mammoth balloon, preparatory to his trans-Atlantio trip. The McMicken Bequest. Tbe City of Cincinnati, on tbe 1st of November, will hare tho oontrol of a trust bequeathed to them by Mr. McMickin, for ednoatlonal purpoaei, whioh will roquire Im mediate attention. Tirenty-one pleoea of prop erty and twenty-alx tenementa under rent will require aonie vigilanoe. The root receivable in Deoeraber amounts to $1,600, but being inaufQoient to meat present outlays, the eieoutors proffer to pay tbe amount out of the peraonal property fundi. The papera oommunloated by the Trustees, with the following resolutions, havo been referred to the Committee on Law: Rnolvd, That tho surrender this day made to the ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 October 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LIT." "LOST," "IOCND,,,4o., In this column, ocoapylag Ave line or lee, two insertion. twnty-Bv oenti. WANTED Clerks, salesmen, book-keep-rs, porttra, bar-keepers, coopers, mechanic, laborer ana other, oan find sitnatlon at the Mer chants' Clerk' Registry Office, No.2Vl West Fillh tret. looa-o) BALK t OO. w ANTED AGENTS. Aotivo men can find emolovment bv actlnff mm aaent In the ale of an article which will pa; them well, and for lTuiuu mere a gooa aemaua, Apply at itn wei-nut-tret, room No. 1. oci-b WANTBD SITUATION By young man, aged eighteen, a situation M light Sorter, itore bur or meeaenger. Can writ a tall and. Address ). Edwarda, at thl office. ocM-b WANTED SCROLL SAWYER Imme diately, a good Scroll Sawyer and an Ex tenilon Table makar. Good wa(H and steady em ployment. Apply at No. 57 West tiecond-atreet. oc28-b WANTED A GERMAN GIRL. A Ger man girl, oapable of doing general home work ; the muat be a superior was tier and lroner. Inquire to-day a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 October 1859

THE PRESS. FRIDAY ..OCTOBER 'JS THE RHINE. Born when blooms the Alpine rota, Cradled in toe Baden tea, Forth tbe infant river tlowa, Leaping on in childish glee. Ktroug and swift and wild and brave, On be speeds with crated vara And spurning augbt like check or star, Fights and foams along hia way O'er crag and shoal, until his flood Hoils like manhood a naxty blood. Older, broader, deeper grown, All romantic follies flown. Now the laden "Breutachiff " sails Slowly on his sober tide, Which wanders on through fertllo Tales, Aud looks like peace by plenty's aide. Joy and strife and labor past, In hia grave he aevka at last. Not the common river's tomb, Sot tlic ocean's mighty womb; Into eaith be melts away, , Like that very thing of clay Man whose brief, checkered courae He has copied from his souroo. TLe following is pretty good. We found it in the "Omnibus" attached to the Great Kepublicnn Monthly: . "Talking of conundrums," said Old Hurricane, stretching himself all over Social Hal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 29 October 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS Ii published dally, ( Bnnday eicepted,) by FRANCISCO fc CALDWELL, PBOPBIETOBS. Olllal 10. H till rOOlTB-STBIIl. THE PBNNT PBES81 delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington nd Newport, and sur rounding cities and towns, at tho ex tremely low pries of SIX CENTS A WEEK, PAYABLE TO CABBIEB. prices or mailino: Single copies 2c.; 1 month Oo.; i months tl; 1 year U. I1L...J . AMUSEMENTS. PUD'S THEATER. OOBNES SIXTH AND VINMTBMTS. John A. Blums, Ja.......Sole Leasee aud Manager. Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy Will hots appear to-night In Shakspearn "Mac loth," farming an unprecedented cast of (baracter. THIS (Saturday) EVENING. Oct. 29, the perform ances will commence with Shakspeare's live-act tragtdy of MACBETH. KING OF SCOTLAND. Macbeth Mr. Anderson Macduff Mr. Langdon Kinn Duncan ...... Mr. Williams Banqur, Mr. Hann Malcolm (King's ton), llr. Bead First Witch iur. Adanis S-oond WitJi Hiss Fanny Deahaun Hecate Mr. Jhn Ellsler Lady Macbeth....... Miss Ellawortby G...

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 October 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY V7. rBANCWCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL KDITOSS AJID PMPKIKTOKII. ornoa, 14 wkst foubtu-btrht. NATBRUAY OCTOHKIi 90 A Douglass in the Affair. Captain Cool says that Fun.Docouai was a coward, having promlseJ to be one of the Insurgents. Fbbd. baa diiappeared from sight, bavins Ban " on the underground railroad, as supposed. ' The City Marshal's Bills. The monthly Items offered to Finance Com ruittoa of the City Counoll for appropriation! te the Marshal's offloo are strloken out monthly. They are i Tor maintaining and eonflning lty prisoners, $1,800 ; fees in Police Court, $250. This would, in the whole year, amount to $22,200. Thii il but a part of the oost of the eity erlmlnali. Bad Precedent. The City Counoil made an appropriation Wednesday night of perbapi $80, to pay a per son employed by the City Civil Engineer to superintend the eonitraotion of the sewers on the landing, at the rate of $1 SO per day. If ono puhllo offioer can be favored for a worthy work, others may Invo...

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 October 1859

p. WANTED. ."WANTS," "JOB BALK," "TO LIT," "IiOBT," lOUND,"c.,in this column. oocanylngflve lines or seta, two insertions, twonty-nve cents. ANTED BOARDING By a Gentle n-iAn and Tiftilv. in a, nrivate family, where 'l iher An ' jam ft to but rew or no otner noaroers. a arMi, rlcb location and terms, Lock Bui 310. oclMb J IlVANTED A GIRL To do the house I w T work of a small family. Apply at the I STOMrv.atnra on the cornorof Milton aaii Wll.nn- ' streets, one square west of Broadway. oc29b WANTED HELP Clerks, Agents, Me chanlcs, Waiters, Porters, Carriage-drivers. Farm-bands, Laborers, io. Alto a largo number cf ' female Servants tor city and country, f ersons will t ingUmake themselves useful may hear of employ -s mont by applying at our AgencyOfflce. No.38i West ' em-row. oc29-bi A. D. UAB80M t CO. yANTED BOARD By a young lsdy, w ' competent music teacher, in a private fam. Ily, There she could give instructions on plmo, guitar or melodeon as compensation for board. '1 tie best re...

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 October 1859

THE PRESS. 8ATUUDAY.. OCTOBER. BACHELOR'S FARE. Tunny Mill free an a bachelor's reveries, CtuMrlly, merrily passe bis llfo; Km biL)! knows he of connubial deviltris, Troublesome children and clamorous wife. Tne from satiety, care and nnxietv, Chimin in variety fall to bis share, Daccbus's blisses and Vauus's kisses, Tliis, boys, this is tho Bachelor's Fare. A wife, like it canniator, chattering, clattering, Tisil to n dog for ills torment and dread, All bespattering, bumping and battering, Hurries and worries him till he is daad. Old ones are two devils, haunted by blue devils, Young ones are new devils, raiting despair; Doctors and nurses combining their curses, Adieu to full purses and Bachelor's Fare. Through such folly days, once twest holidays, Boou are embittered by wrnugllng and strife; Wir turn jolly days to melancholy days, All perplexing and vexing one's Ills. Children are riotons. maid servants tly at us, rr 3Itnmy, lo ojiiet us, yrnwls like a hear; P illy is annulling, a...

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