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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 31 October 1859

1HE PENJIT PRESS If publlihed diflri ( Sundays excepted,) by FB AN CISCO b CA.LDWEIX, " ' ,. PB0PBIBT0B8. IIIOI-K. U WS rilltl lllHT. TH FIHBT PBK88U delivers to inbjcrlUri la Cincinnati, Oorlngton and Newport, ud its. rounding eltlM and towni, at th ex- tremely low pries of in tIIk'T8 A VIIK,?1UBL1 10 CAEBIIB. men or uiuk: Single copies Jo.; 1 montk Oo.; 1 months 111 1 roar t4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, coins sixth ako vixb-stsibts. Jon A. Iium, J B.,...Bole Lessee and Manager. ' last week of the engagement of Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy. THIS (Monday) and TO-MORBOW (Tuesday) EVSNINOS, October 31 and November 1, will be Iirsaented the original play, in four aols, entitled OtOCD AND SUNSHINE; . Ob, Lovi'i Bivimob, ' 1 : WwSSt" Brolt"'. An-l-Kon Plana (Dueheas of Nairn)... Miismiiwnrlhy The Marquis rle Mrcly -....Sir. L.ngdon Chevalier d Luslgnau. ............. Mr. Hall Iiuk. de Richelieu Mr. Read lavid Leslie Mr. Ell.ler C'ounteaa Dunols ........... ...... .Mre. Gilbert Cleme...

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 October 1859

1'EBPBESS. A t 1T W. MANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL 1DITOM 1KD mFRItT(iBH. WHO I, 14 VBiT rOCUTH-STBKT. MONDAY OCTOBER 31 Junius H. Brown. Wo have secured the servioes of Junius H. Ebotn aa news and commercial editor of this paper. He is a highly aooomplished newspaper man, of extensive acquaintance and experi ence in this olty, and we know that our read en will reailia advantages from his oonneotion with the Pikvt Pbkss family. The Trial of Brown and Associates. Farther Interesting proceedings had on the trial of the Virginia Insurrectionist, up to Saturday evening, will be found on the first . The State Board of Equalization. It is supposed that Dr. VfTTistt, on onter ing to-morrow on the duties of Postmaster, will resign the office of member of the State Board of Equalisation, in which case it will beaaroe the duty of Governor Cbasr to All the vacancy. "Wise" Clemency. In fow days the sentence of death will be pronounced against Oseawatomie Brown. If tbe Governor of Virginia wants to...

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 October 1859

WANTED. . "WANT8," "FOB BALK," "TO LIT," "L08V' "FOUNI," In til to oqlumn, occupying flve lias or teas, twbrrmvmfv;tweDty -Ave seats. WANtBD SITUATION A olerkshlp as book-keeper or general elrk, or in what ever capacity he can be useful, in aome manufactur ing or othar establllshment, by a man of experienced business habits, at a very moderate salary. Good inference. Please address P., caro of box 201?, Cin cinnati postolflce. oc31b' WANTED A SITUATION Br tv first class woman, as WET-NCB8B. Can be teen at No. S5 East Fourth-street. Alio, two Ger man gir a in on house. Highest wages given. Only chaste girls need apply. ocSlti WANTED A SITUATION as PORTER or SALESMAN In a grocery-etore, whole tale or retail. Address JOHN, at this office. oc3lb WANTED A YOUNG MAN, a German preferred, to ATTEND DAB- one who has a knowledge of the business. Apply at No. 662 West-crn-row, oo31b WANTED) Clerks, salesmen, book-keepers, porters, bar-keepers, coopers, mechanics, laborers ra ana outers, can nn...

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 October 1859

THEPEESS. MONDAY... ..OCTOBER 31 Advertised Letters. LIST OP LETTERS KEMAINING IN" ttw Oinoinnntl Poat-offloe SatubdaT XTUUMO. October 9,18. W All letters tdvai tiied an subject to an extra charge of one cent. Persons callin for them will pleats comepreparea wim ue Mcessery cuange. . . lePertons calling forthese fetters will please tay tbev are advertised, and five number and date of list. tV The office will open at 7X A.M., and oloseatU P. . Biindayt-Omca will open from A. M. to MM The lUt below U made up tvery Saturday ven tng. between 3 and 4 o'clock, and embraces all th uncalled-for letters of that week. Of" On Saturdays th office 1b closed from 3 to 4 o'elook P. M. for U purposs of preparing tat Letter No. 43.-October 29, 1859. LADIES' LIST. AnmtAntr, ' ' theo MlisOsrrf Ailingnam Itn Catherine Armstrorii Mrs Harriet Albert Mrs Sy beta 1 Bonfmtl Mrs Anielm Bean Sirs Elizabeth 0 Bourn Mrs B . lirlrnmer Elizabeth Brundradge Mrs Jan . Barber Mrs Masai. Bookman Mrs Lein Bevill Mrs M...

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 November 1859

1 HE PENNY: PRESS la publlahed dally, ( Sunday noptd,) by FRANCISCO cfc CALDWELL, . PBpPBHtarOBB.' i . orrios-so. it wsst ittiTa-iiini, TBI PINNY FBEHSIs delivered to subscriber la Cincinnati, Covington mil Newport, and eur. rounding oltle and town, 4t tb s ' trmely low price of IX 0INT8 A WEEK. PAYABLE TO OABBIBB. FAlOaa OF MAIUMS: Bin 1 eoptee to.; 1 month Ida.; S months l; 1 year $4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. wmi stxth and vine-smears. Jobs A. Imjlb, Ji,-. Jole Lessee and Manager. Last week of the engagement of Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy. THIS (Tneadar) EVSNINO, November 1, will be J reMQtu the original pl J, in four acta, entitled OLOCD AND SUNSHINE; On, Lore's Bsvssas. &!:;rw"1 Broln8"' Mr- And"on Diana (Duchess of Nairn) ....Mlssmieworlby The Marquis de Marcilly ..Mr. Lsngrion Chevalier de Luilgnan Mr. Ball Duke de Klchellnu Mr. Reed David Leslie - mm...................... Mr. Iltsler Countess Dunou). ................... ........ Mrs. Gilbert Clemouce - -..Mils Dea...

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 November 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY V. FBANCI8C0. JOHN D. CALDWELL 1DIT0U AKD FBraiBTnaS. OIYICl, 11 VIST FOtTETH-BTMET. TDEHDAY NOVEMBER 1 The City Marshal Question. The people of thii city, whose votes wero given to the offioer now performing the func tions of the City Marshal, would have dropped their ballot outside of the box if they bad even eusplcioned that the city or the county would thereby lave to pay the expense and few in curred in the support of City Marshal at the rates heretofore paid. The people do not now intend, if possible, by any devloe,to be sub jected to suoh an expensive luxury. The eity authorities, we hope, will not leave a stone ur tamed" to so settle this vexed question of Mar' sh&lshlp, as to settle itcertalnly. The by-play now going on in the Courts will not settle the question for the city. The contest now Is be tween Joan 6. Giito andBxHJ. Roamsox, with which tax-payers are not speoially Interested. The oconrrenoe of Judge Gnouon having been counsel for Mr. Qa.no, cau...

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 November 1859

WANTED. 1'.ANT8, "FOB SALE," "TO LET," "LOST," . i . ' thisoolumn, oocspylnf are Hoe or less, two Insertions, twenty-UTS muU.. "SX ANTED SITUATION Br "glrl to .do sreneral housework; can be sesn at No. M Fifth-street, between Mlu and Walnut. noiL y ANTED -IMMEDIATELY-A oa7 mn.Tiu.nISr t0 7ork 5n circular mw mill-frames, mult be an accurate and speedy workmen and used Johrfand vKV.W0 BODLEco?n Jonnana Water-streets. nnili 1TANTED-A SITUATION-As cook In who to w8.Rr':t" &Si!!' P.S. rdlng.howe, by one IN,r ir, "V""'".' Dimness, inquire . nvm Auiru-BirtMji. noltl a plain siil2 tl!.T,,5f.er- ltferenc given. Addrei JHA8. EDWARDS, thli offlce. nolb TANTED-A GIRL To do general rfiT. nonse-work la asm nil lamllv residing a short JHstanco put of town. Apply thU dsy, November 1, i iru't12' 3 "'clock, at the offlce of Mr. COL. MEK, No. Bast Third-street, np stairs, nola Wanted a partner To travel nLTi in pro?tM business, with a capital of throe kundreddollBrs, which will pay from ttoi to f7...

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 November 1859

THE PRESS. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 LADY FRANKLIN. BY ELIZABETH H. WHITTIER. Fold thy hands, thy work l overt Cool tor watchlug era with tears, Let thy poor heart, overwe arled, Beit alike from hopes aud fears. Hopes that nf with sleepless vision, One sad picture fading slow; Fears tbat followed, vague anil nameless, Iiiftiug back tbo vails of snow. or thy brave oe, for thy lost one, Trueat heart of wjman, weep ! . Owning "till tbr lore tbat granted VdUj Iby beloved ileep. Not for him that hour of terror, When the long ioe-battle o'er In the sunlest day hie comrade!, Deathward trod the Polar abort. pared the oniel cold and famine. Spared the fainting beart'e despair- What but that could mercy grant him ? W hat but tbat baa been thy prayer 1 Iimt tntbee (bat lait memorial, from tbu oalrn beside the ens; Evermore the mouth of rosea, Shall be sacred Hue to thee. lad tt Is the mournful yew-tree ' O'er his slumbers may not ware; ad It Is the Kugllih daisy May not blossomoa his grave. Snt his t...

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. — 2 November 1859

1HE FENNY PRESS If jeWlshed deny, X feulays SioeeUo',) V -FRAKCI9CO V dAXDWELIi, A' errioi-ao. H im to vbt it bbbt. TBI PINHT PBE88l deUTer(ltofqUn!r In Wnclnnatl.OpvlogtoAandHewport, aadaur. rounding title and towns, at th tremely low price of .' , . . BIZ OINT8 A WIIK, PATjAliI TO 0ABBI1B. uicn or m ailuo: Blag 1 otmlet Jo.) 1 month Mo.; s months llj 1 m ft AMUSEMENTS. W O O D SJTII ATff E R, COBHIS SIXTH AST TIURI. " Jon A. 1mm, Ja...Bol Imsse and lUnager. Last week of th engagement of ,' 1 - Mr. Anderson . and Miss Ellsiorthy. THIS Crnesday) I5V1MNO, November 1, will b presented the original play, la four acta, entitled CLODD AMI BDKBEINI; ; i Oa, liOra'i BivaKOB. BSSSlS;wt Brother, .....Mr. Anderson Diana (Ducheuof Halrn)......,...lllssmiwortbr The Marquis da Hardily.... Mr. Lengdon (!hevlier da Lulgnan........M...Mr. Hall Duked Blchelieu. at see a estttse ( Mr. Bead David Leslie I tt S SeM 1 1 1 1 Mr. Ellsler Uonntea DunoU.. ................. Mra. Gilbert Olemenoc Mlai Denham ...

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

THE EEESS. AKDTW.rBANOTSCQ. . JOHH D. OALDWILt DIToil AMD IMFBltTOlS. moi, 14 vn? romH-iTBin. WEDNESDAY. ...NOVEMBER 3 assasas John Brown Convicted- Punishment Death. Treason sgalnit to Comonwaltlt of, Vir ginia Is defined to b "leTjIngwar against th BUte, or adhering to itt nmts, firing them id or oomfort, or establishing, without au thority of Legislator any gTrsant within iti UadtiMpuaU from tkooziitlflg goriroBMot, or holding or outlDg to snob uiurped government, any offlo, or profeulng ellogtano or fidelity to It, or resisting the ex oution of too laws, under oolor of its authority; and noh treaion, if proved by the testimony of two witnesses, to the same orort eot, or by oonfeiilon in open oourt, (halt be punlihed with death." '" Inatmaoh as treaion against the United State war defined to apply to thoee lowing alleglano to the United States," It wai aiked of the Court to oherge the' jar In Bbowb's, aso that tha prisoner, not lielng a dtisa of. the Commonwealth of Virginia, oon...

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. — 2 November 1859

.. "wjwteti i, ' liANT,'fOB8MIO.LOT,lMUWT." "IOUNI?'lathi(Miama,orarliif IwTEmi ', Of Im, two Inwrtioiu, twenty -fir. cents. . WANTED A NEAT GIRL To do en erel hotwrwork. Mint bat good washer and lroner. Inquire at No, Ul Qeorge-siroet. no2b WiKT??7T0 SHOEMAKER 6. lutl.1!' ,n""dUtely, a good journeyman S?J f S.-''i?1?;!'01'11, 4 ""J Amerloan work ZiiTSj.'6.' febit 1' Bna ateadr seat by an piylngaoon to Box, tl. Kkhmond, Ind. no2d V-NTED-A SITUATION-Bye, boy mTir. if US" W oli at eny-hlng where hacia make himself useful. Address 0. 8T0FJTIB, this ''"o- no2b T-NTED-T0 8.ILL-S0H0LAR-i i Rft,f ps lu BtcoB'i Ohio and Gundry's Com nerclal Colleges, good for full oonree of luatraotloa !?. D?n?l,-try Book-keeping and Day and Even ing Study. Young- mn eave money by buying. Ap ! I" W" TUTTLB'B Kxohange Offloe. B.eamorJ. (now i w, it. nunmx, VKT ANTED Clarki, laleamen, book-keep. . V er"i JO"1! bar-keepare, ooornrt, meohanlct, kin vtuvii. umi uuu iiiiuuiuui at me iuer. '"" wwu aegmrr uuot, bo,...

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. — 2 November 1859

T HE! PHE S S. WEDNESDAY.. mux NOVEMBER GOOD NIGHT. GoodSlghtr-ehl bo; h hour I 111, m Which severs those It should unit. Let as remain together till. Then It will be Ocos HiqhtI Bow can I rail the log night good. Tho' thy sweet wilhes wing it flight? Be It net uid; thought, understood, Then it will be Good HiohtI To hearts which near each other more, From evenieg olose to morning light, The night is good; beoeuss, mi lore, They nerer at, Good Niaaif SHELLEY. Washington's First Lovb. A cores pondent of the 'Century," in giving some reminiscences of the old country seat called "The Cottage," in Hanover County, Virginia, relates the following acoount of Gen. Washington a proposal for the hand of Mary Cary, and his' rejection by her father Her father was Wilson Cary, Esq., of veio, m mo uouncy ot Jilizabetn City, descended from the noble family of huubuud, in x.ngiana. Jiis relatiyo, Colonel Archibald Cary, of Ampthith, in Chesterfield, was, at his death, the heir apparent to the Earld...

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. — 3 November 1859

1 HE PHNY PRS S If published dAlIfi (.Sundsrs exfted,) by FRANCISCO jAtDWEI.L, "' vitCKOPBHarOBB.''.' errici-it. u m tit roitri-iTiiiT Ml ram TBBSSla 0enverea'tosulsrl4rl la Cincinnati, Oortugtoo end Nawpork ed m. , , -, rounding otlet end town, at the ex- tremely low price of BIX 0INT8 A tlK, PAYABLE TO gABIIB, mCUU MAILIMfl! ' fJlngls'scpleslc.; 1 month too.; s months tl; I year t. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, OOBNM IIXTH AMD VMS-STSEITS. Jo hi A. Brum, Ja......Bole Imw mi Manager. , Lest night of the groat play of , , CliOCD AND SUNSHINE, v :,( And Ut night but two of , Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy. s TEtre (thursdayf BVKHINO. Rovembtr ,' wlU fce preset ited tht erigltial play, la font acta, nil tied . CLOUD AND BTJH8HINI; , -. .ill I On, Lovt'l Bsvixoi. i i K5SSS!!;T'"nBro"""' Diana ,f Duchesa of Nairn). ...............Mlss Ellsworth- The Ma roulade Marcllly.. ..,....,.....,.. Mr. Lengdon (lhevallir de Lualgnan ......... Mr. Ilall Duke de Richelieu.". Mr. Bead David U slle Mr...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 3 November 1859

I1 HE PR'JESS: AJT0T V. IBANCI3C0. JOHH D. QALDWELl, , , bditom una saerajavoaa. THWWMTli....i...lj, WOtEMBEK 3 Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Protests—A Railroad War Begins in Council. Tha President of the Clnolnnatl, Hamilton and Daytom Railroad reinohstretee to tha City Ooanoil agalaat granting permit to lay a railroad eonhastion through" tha streets between the depot Qf th MU Miami Rellroadf Company and that of tht Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, charging that it li frivaU inttnrt that suggests tha movement for street transit not tha pnbllo gOOd. , . I ' K f Jt i; ?f $ "p TbeConnoil Is Invited to examine the' trans fer tracks between the Ohio and Mississippi, Indianapolis and Cincinnati, and Hamilton and Dayton Railroads, and at -ea early "day, :ty special train, to visit Dayton, for the purpose of seeing the facilities famished at that point for a bulinesi to the East,' either by way of Columbus to Baltimore and, Philadelphia, or by way of Toledo, Sandusky, or Clevelan...

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. — 3 November 1859

: WANTEp. "FOUND,"6 In thli column, oodpyli!g five lines cfc WANTED OLOAK-MAKBBS Fifty experienced Cloak-makert wanted. To (rood hands the highest wst-.s will he Mid. Apply, before ' ;iS,.f'i JTT5V'" .-n ' wait Fourth wv.w. - nun a, . t "w IVi 1'" tmtU fntiiy,- tolerably ii7TwA".l,,r with the "ordinary decencies of "" , " wmags, or urea teconattory rooms, la or near the city. , Address Q. J. a at tht D0Sb WANTED BOARD. A gentleman, hli b - - ... .wv biu 1 1 uunuiau, uo.ii vua.ru Unrlns; h winter la ft private family, where there 51" S.u' ur no otuer ooaraert. Adareat, tnrongn the Poetofflcs, Box 808, lUUng location. . Bib HT ANTED A PARTNER To travel . In profitable liutineta. with ft capital of three hundred dollars, which will par from tin to $75 per wees, a ny information eaa M naa or celling at BKGG9 A SMITH'S building, (fourth ttory) No.t Fourtb-ttrett. between Main and Walnut, between the boon of li a'elock A. M.. and S o'clock P. M. lno2b WANTKD-PUPIL8.-Mrt. NIWINO TON, No. 8...

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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. — 3 November 1859

turn THE PRESS. THURSDAY , NOYEMBBH, 3 HYMN OF TRUST. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. 0 Lova Divine, that I looped to share Our sharpest Pn, our bitterest tsar, On thee we out mod earth-born care, , . We milet pain while Thou art nsar I Though long th weary way w tread, Ana sorrowscrown each lingering year, No path w ahun, no darkness dread, Oar hearts still whispering, Thonart near! When drooping pleasure tnrn to grief, And trembling faith li ohan ged to fear. The murmuring, wind, the quivering leaf, 8ha 11 oftly tell ue, Thou art near I . On Thee we fling oar burdening woe, OLove Divine, forever dear, Content to Buffer, while we know, Living and dying, Thou art near. -Atlantle Monthly. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Tracing a Pedigree. Some men are boastful of their ances try, while others are entirely devoid of all pride of birth, and have no more respect for the genealogioal table of ; their fore fathers than they have for Poor Rich ard's Almanac. The late John Ran dolph, of Roanoke, used ...

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. — 4 November 1859

1HE PENNY PJIESS Ii published dally, (Sunday excepted.) by FRANCISCO 4c CALDWELL, FBOPBIBT0B8. ' ortio'a ao.,M wait 'ovara-traiir. THl PINK! PBJBSI delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, tail sor- , rounding cities and towns, at tit ,'TjWi. " trsmrirlewartoaof . ' '. BIX CIHT8 A I!K, PATABLI TO OABRIIB, ''aIoaoAnnlO!, " ' - Single copies 104 1 month Mo.) t months l; 1 feu 14. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. ' oobbeb sixth asd vike-stebxt. Jdhh a. lujLn,Jsw...8ol Lease and Hanasp. BENEFIT OF MISS" ELS WORTHY, An last night but on of ' ; .. Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy. THIS (FrWT) KVCNINO, November 1, will be pratnlu, for ton Brit time In torn years, Bulwsr's sterling comedy celled , . . . . , . . Alfred Evelyn.., (Ilin DouKlaa.., ....Mr. Anderson MlssBllsworthy Mr. Banu Blr JohnVeeey., Lorl Gloumore .nr. nu .....Mr. Bead Sit Frederick Blount Hennr Graves.. Captain Dudley., air. Slleler Aay B rensiin HWlIH.INWMNWMHMMIM.WW)ilW Dance, by MUa Kate Pennoyer, . . -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 4 November 1859

THE PRESS. AHov w.riUHoisoo. ,, john d. oaldwiil - ramu urn niriiRou. FRIDAY.. -NOVEMBER The News. By a oris-torn srroogeinent, or dissrraDgs- meat, ws data oar dstall tf ' ths foralgn news, which .art la. ths saddla-bags of a solitary borssman, who left Hallax. vosUrday, jour neying m leisurely u the tut often told of by the novelist JiMta, The Amtrtea ha arrived with three days later newt up to 22d nit. The reiuli of the Maryland eleotion will be the choloe of the America State tfcksfr-W. H, Pdbmill, Controller. The Democrat! will nave the Legislature. The Congressional Repre seitatlvea will perhaps be the asms, three and three J. M. Habsii, H. W. Davis and H. W, Homuir, Americans, and Jims A. Btiwabt, Rimsst McHknrt and Gkoroi W. Hdqbks, Democrats. Three conflagration! are spoken of in the telegraph column. Beyen squares, between Washington and Ninth-street, New Orleans, email balldlogij Soott't begging fac tory at Lexington, Ky.,and Bishop O'Connor's resideaoe, adjoining St. Fat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 4 November 1859

WANTED, WANTBD-HELP CIrk, Meehanlos, Hotel Help, 04rrliu'driTra. Farm-hands, Men used to horses. Ac. , Alio, female Servants for various situations, in oity and country. Every on iu wai'iu employment may uearoi gooa situations by tpplylng to A. D. CAllfl&N CO., 1.0, Sd2 WetU ern-row. - n xb ' WANTED SEWING MACHINIST One who hat her own machine Apply be fbra Wp'olook, , WILSON'S, .. nbfb V17ANTED-6IEI.S-Two good dining- o QD1D' VfA ANTED AQENT9 A few more active . I. . m6n at Agents la the aala of a new article. men u Agents In tha aa Agents are averaging IS per day, yourselves, at lag Walnut-street. : Gall and tea for Boom No. 1. notb V ANTED CLERK A young man to . atrena to the oat-door business or a M !SiL ' . ' PPl' 10 A' ' OABBON UU., WANTED SITUATION Ai ours by a lady who has had mnch experience. Good roierenoet liven. Adanaa uri. J. v., box 150 Poat once. , - i no4b WANTED A party having $100 to loan hit employer can engage In a light business and receive a talary of (9 pe...

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. — 4 November 1859

THEPEE8S. rrici, M nom-mim FRIDAY- -NOVEMBER. 4 [From the New York Evening Post.] THE NIGHT WIND. BY GEORGE W. BUNGAY. The ran, wrapped la a shroud of mist, dropped down neniaa a aismsi mouna oi roosrai uiouus. Nn.tAip.hnnannttn llaht th. solitude. When, from rent In the thick tbreat'nlng heaven, uut stole tne rumen wioa. oa miaeuiei ueui. At midnight. while reposing on my couch, HU stealthy Lend earn feeling at my door, 1 And t the lattice drummed with touoh unseen, Thrusting hie arm through every open pan. Battling the blinds end scaring sleep away, Piping a low baas on the chimney's nute, Unhinging careless gates and (winging eigne, - Aod, with hi lip. upon athoutand lubes, ' r :: At once blew a loud nn Iversal blast .: He wokre a rose-lipped maiden from her dream, ' 1 Tben from the beut maat ehook her eallor boy Into tb watery grave he oooped for bun ; iletnrning then on wings Invisible, 1 Stiriek'd In her ears the etory of hie death. if Black thnnder clouda oame roaring from th...

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