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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 5 November 1859

-., 1HE PENNY PBESS If poWlabed UaUr, ( Sundays exoepUd,) br FRANCISCO "CALDWEIiIi, oiri(x.i M Till, roukta-iTiiir. TBI PKNHT PBI88 U dellrsred to mburlUn In OlDofoutl, Ootid gton and Newport, ud iw rooadlnf ltli and towni, at th . ' . inmuriowpnoaofi , .j vi BIX OENTS 1 Will, PATABIIXO CABBI1B. men or mailihoi . . Blnloop)M.ji month Mo.; I monthi 111 1 roar 14. rounding ciuei and towns, at the ex. AMUSEMENTS. ; WOOD'S THEATER, ' 'OOBn flZTB AX TVMnUTI. Iobii A. Xlulu, jB.nM.AlIiaMan4 BENEFIT OF MK., ANBRSOK, Mr. Andersoa and Miss Ellsworthy. Tni8(8tnrday) ITtHINO, FoTombor , will ba ytrcwuivu tun utivrito pitr wuivu . DAMON AND PYTHIAS) 1 1 Oa. lu Tut or riiunumr. pftnon ntmM-tt-t-t i-tTTt-TnitiiiniMMtn.nMr. Andsrina Pfib1a................. Mr. Lanidon lJonyiilm....................,.........,.....,..H.U-. IUnn liillilua ...... ....Mr. Kd Mr. HU klntbs......n..M..m,,.n.ralaira. Bllilor ermiOM.,.. ................................ Annlo WalM iiaucet oy dw &ai rennoyor. ' 10 ooiioi...

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. — 5 November 1859

THE PRESS. AXDY W. FBAN0I80O. JOHJt D. CALDWILL "' IDITOM AITD VMPUITOU. , HATOKDAY... NOVEMBER 8 The News. The data from Lirerpool ar to tha S2d, not 21th. That interminable talk about peace, on the margin of fair Zurich's waters ii likely to end in another broil. Loots Na polioh's position in engaging to stand by the Pope promises to be ernbarrasamg nis troops will HaT to D pone in. tn Anionics to prevent olrtl warfor Garibaldi threat rat to swoep away every restlge of papal rule from Italy if Romagna ii leaded from Rome. We have detail of the terms ofthe treaty an amplification of Villa Franca. The sailing of the Ortat Eattern to thii country is postponed tint dit. The Atlantio Cable exhibit signs of eleotrio life. ' ' ' Biik.it, the English hunter, has re tamed to Weston, Mo., after enjoying buffalo hunts. He like many others had the Jbuck-ague. He, delivered a lecture at St. Joseph a few days since The Sabbath. To-day is the Sab bath of the Israelites. In our Oity the Hebrews a...

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. — 5 November 1859

W.1NTED. ..1S,AKT8" "'OB BALI," "TO LET," "LOST," "FOUND," Aot, in this oqlqmn. occapyiug At Use or 1m, two Insertion. twenty-Are eeut. WANT H B The bn of COVEEED BPBrKO WAGON and HORSE for few Vv,"' " naaonauio price will DO paid. noon yANTEDB0ARDEB8 A Gentleman iri.. i r.. ""i1' wn,r 'nere are no otoer boarter. The dwelling la centrally located. Rfr. tSS ilrei to be compear for the """ U. JJ., at IMS Office. , BOTSb tTANlJEI)HELP-Clerki, Meohanies, Uiiirmji I Help, Carrla-drlvr. Farm-hands, ...??"-! to horse., Ac Alio, female servant for In V -te'tuatlons, In oity and country. Every on . .v i.i employment mar near or gooa situation V applying to A. D. CARSON A CO., No. te West- no4b w ANTED SEWING MACHINIST One who bu her own machine. Apply be tore 10 o'clock, at WlLBUM't), UUIO 78 Weet Fourth-street. ' WANTED GIRLS Two good dialog room glrle. Apply at the Madison Home, ymmgion. ny. D040- WANTED AGENTS A few more Mtlra men at Agent la the tale of a new article. Agent! are averagin...

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. — 5 November 1859

( ' il T HE PRE S S. orvioi, 14 wm Fonti-cnm. ATTJKDAV- ...NOVBMBER 5 A LOVER'S "SCRUTER-NUTIC" LAMENT. MENT. I mourn, I mourn, I know not why, J feci matt thandarlug queer; I do not feel pain U o'er. But feel it moet atom . Mr mourning ain't for relative Defunct and turned to clay It'e something worse I mourn bsoau My bally Ann's away. . She's uft In old Ooaneotlcnt, Where virtue'! bound to shine; Where beauty laais full thirty year .... , .. ; Without the lent decline. There young men oever raking go, Exospt it' raking hay: I know U' ll rmht, ret I moira 'Ceo Sully Ann e away. The snn don't shin, aa 't w to did. .. The moon a mushroom seems; The Naiads all hare gouetoeltB . i , ; Beetd. the sluggish streams. , , I somstlmee counterfeit a laugh - To maks folks think I'm gayv: :-r TT Ot the MBDMB-MCtlO tad. ..., ) , . For Sally Ann's away. i. Peuhei don't test, like paoha now, ''' 1 don't know pork from veal; 1 , Moonshine, ormtuhaod milk for ma -. ,t, Would anawer for a meal. There...

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. — 7 November 1859

i Ki i ? i U :n V W J ) 1 H B P e nny; press If published dally, (Sundays excepted,) tr i - J FRAliCISCO fc CAIiDWELt, oirioa no., M wht roviii.iiniT, TSt PNr IBIS8I1 delivered to subscribers la 1 a Cincinnati, Covington mud Mewport, and mi- rounding cities and towni, at the ei. "; 'r'"'" tremely low price of fell OiNTB A WIXK, PAYABLE TO 6aKB1IB. ruen or mailiiq: Single copies 2o.; I month 40c.; S mon thill; I year ti AMUSEMENTS. W O O P'S TH EATER, COINI1 IIITH AND VINI-STtlETi. ' ' Join A. lusLia, Js..8oIe Lessee and Manager, ; THE EXCITEMENT INCREASES, Twentr-Hf night of -''' Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy. THIS (Monday) EVBNINO, November 7, will bo presented Bhak.peare's giant Ave-act tragedy of JULIUS OjESAB, . Brutui...,....,......,..,.,.... .....Mr. Anderson 1 Part la MIm Illswortby Mark Antony ..., Mr. Langdon Jiiliua Caisar, Mr. Lord Oaeslus Mr. Hann Cases....... Hr Kll.lr uciavius ce?sar ... Ualplinrnia ..,.........,.,...... ....Mr. Read .Hiss Waite .Dance, by Miss Kate...

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. — 7 November 1859

THE PRESS. Home News in Brief. Judge Dickson trill perform h it last official aet tbif morning, as one of the Judge of the Court of Common Plena of Hamilton County, by wearing irrfarwffice his successor, Iiaso C. Collins, Tecentl elected by the people, i Pe tition! are in oireulation in the Third Ward for signatures, asking Council to eoonsider tUe vote esUbluliag, the, 'route for, ana making a oontraot with, the Pend leton-street Railway Co., in order to strike out that por. lion along Eait Front-street, between Wash- nt,fAn-tAA .nil tntMAuit.irm with ConErreas f . . . or A! street The City Board of Equalisation have been considering during the past week! the assessed value of real eatnta in the Ifirat, Stoond and Third Wards. To-day the Board most to got" upon the personal information obtained during the week' by a visit W the property itself. All holders of ground and improvements are requested to examine heir appraisements, and if dissatisfied, to file com plaint in writing, a 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. — 7 November 1859

.1J WANTED. WANTED SITUATION Br young, man, (resident of Lonlsvllle. Ky.,) of good character end utrictly temperate habits, a situation in tome mercantile or manufacturing buslnett. The applicant hat loini knowledae of the tobacco and also collection business, and la not afraid 10 work, flood reference given. ,, Addreee "Jamea," Box via, xiuuiBTine, p.. Q07-b XTAITTED-A BOY To ma errandtj . wia vu imw uu writ., A EDIT lmmt dlately at No. IS West Fonrth-strect. ,,ol-V TANTED-8UTUATI0N-By a young i tola office. noJ.b, .' VS7ANTED Ranlr --.... .r .v. ij --- vi uuii huu aiain-iireou, ITANTD-AENTS-A few more aotive - mma an agents la trjo aala or a new article. Agents ara are raging 81 pr day. Call and m for yourselves, at 128 Walnut-street, Boom No. 1. noTd 'TITAN TED Clerks, salesmen, book-keep-i T m' porters, br-keepera,aoopers,-echancs, laborer and otbora, caa and situations at tbe Mer. AfiAnla' HLrliki V..1.... rm.. w: .. .,, ,. ...... -.vv.. ipuru'i UALB A 00. WANTED A GOOD GIRL To...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 7 November 1859

THE PRESS Advertised Letters. tW All letters advertised are subject to an extra charge of one oent. Person, calling for them will please wine jn;irvu wiui uio neoemiary cnange. l Persons calling For these letter will pleaaa say the yare advertised, and (Ira number and dato of Hit. UT The office will open at 1X A.M., end closest 6 r. m. eunuays viuce wiu open irom a A. to wi ' NO. 45.-November 4, 1859. LADIES' LIST. AveryMrsO Anderson J H Arnold Mrs Nancy Allen mm u A Archer Mrs LU Arooimiu Adams KIltaAl Allmal MrsMery Allen Sophia D AdklnsElleaN Ames Mrs Allen Matilda , , b Budge Abbey J Baker Miss BodleyMrsN Beaker Mrs A lien jam in .Maggie Bradford Kaebael Bunchley Kroma Bond Mrs M Bsrdsley Ura 8 A Harlow Mrs K H Barker Melissa Brewer Mrs T Booker Mrs K BunnMrsJl Brewers Mrs T Booker Mrs t X Brewer Emelina Burbeck Mrs J H Bull Hat lie Berry Mrs MA; Blackburn L A Brown Mm HL BrownMaryW . . . C Casmily Mrs A Casey EllMbeth ' Olarkson Mm R CaldwellMrsJ MiCrowther Mrs JnoCaldwell Mrs ...

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. — 8 November 1859

1HE PENNY. Ii sakllabed daily, ( Santera exeeptsd,) br FBANCI9CO A CALDWEIX,' :, , pbopbimoeb. Off I OS-JO Jf.WSST SOTjBTS-ITallT. TU1 PESNI. PI8 Is delivered to an bserlberc In , (Jiaclaaatl, Covington and Newport, sad sur rounding cities and towns, et tbe ex- ' tremeb low price of BIX CINTS A WEEK. PAT ABLE TO CABB1EB, '' ' men f mailimo: ,' i . Single eoplaelo.;lsiontalOo.!Bmonthsl;lrert4. WW M: K M AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. oo inn lata Am rai-mim, ' : John A. Euai.bb,Jb BoloLaasee and Manager. Twenty -sixth night of Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy. ' .jit -A C f ; THIS (Tuesday) BVBMNO, November 8, will b presented Bhakepeare's great are-act tragedy of - KINO LEAK. ' King Lear.................. vHr. Anderson The Fool.............. Miaa Ellsworthy King of France - ............Mr. Lord Earfof Cluster .,....... Mr. Fiaher Karl of Kent Mr. Ellaler i , Duke of Albany........................ Mr. Head f -.Edgar...-.. ..-.Mr. Laugdon . f Cordelia............... Mn. Klliler Goneril .....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 8 November 1859

THE PBES. AKDTff.'IBANOlflOO. JOSS D.CALDWBLL unou aid raeraiarou. , TDBHDAY- .NOVKMBEK. S The Telegraph. . ' 8m Important news to telegraph oolomn m to supposed Ion at hi of Teasel from Aus tralia, with four hundred passenger; end m to cutragei lit Brownville, Texas. ' The Democratic National Contention. Oar Information .leads u to the oonoluiion that the Nominating Convention of the Demo crats party, fur President and Vice President, Kill be arranged to be held at Charleaton, Booth Carolina,, on th SOU of April, 1880. The committee will decide on the 7th of next month, at Washington City. t , Personal Influence. Teachers ahould he mindfuf of the unex ampled opportunitiei in their power, by con vocation by a wont" Spoken In' seaion to ui'u the youth entrmted to them to the bet tor way. More good and eril, it haa been said, hai been aooompliihed. In this world by the limple process of lalkinf, than in any other way. Dr. Chalmim declared, that "No ltctures or addresses have half 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. — 8 November 1859

WANTED. WANTBD-HOUSE-KBEPBR-A widow womn to take charg of the honse work In a amelt fanitlv; wonld have no obleotlona one child. An American preferred. Inquire at 1U rorge-trt, between v?etern-row ana J inn. tt - fnoSel real nama and lMt employment. noeb "rANTED 8ITnATinvB . k ir ' aT lerold, h a knowledge of book-keeping and bnalnaaa In general; a of steady bablta and fa Reference given. Apply tU9 Weetern-rnw. nob WANTS D H E L P Families wanting rood heln. can ha an-allxl a, Mr WAD. SIR'S Intelligent iiffloe. No. JOS Flfth-tret, be tween Weatarn row and John. Alao two or ttiri good sowing glrlt wanted at the office. noeb VVANTBD-CLERK8, AGENTS. ME- w w chanlcs, Hotel-hslpa, Men need to Horses, Farm Haodi, Ao. Alto female servants for city and eonntry In pnl.llo and private houaea; every on in want of employment, mar bear of goot aitnationa by applying at A. V CARSON A GO'S Qaneral Informa tion umce, wo. 8S Western -row. ao8d WANTED By two young men, a Kur ' nlahed Boom wltb Board,...

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. — 8 November 1859

THE PRESS. 1 : r. 1. ' r orrici, H mn rotrTH-TiT. TCKSDAY........ ..NOVBTTIBKR IL AMOROSO. BY COVENTRY PATMORE. Whan ripened time and chastened will Haw stretched and tuned for leva's accords; Tho live-stringed lyre of life, until It vibratos with the wind of words; And "Woman," "Lady," "She," and "Her," Are name for ''perfect,'' "good," and 'lair," And unknown maidens, talked of itir . till thought with reverential care -'i H meets, by Heavenly chance, express, His deetin'd wife; some hidden hand Unveils to him that loveliness Which others cannot understand. No songs of love, on summer dreauis, - Dide'er Ilia longing fancy Are With vision like to tlila; ah seems : In all things hotter than desire. Hi merit In bar presence grow, To match the promise in uer eyes, ' ' And round her happy footsteps blow The authentic airs of Paradise. For love of her he oannot sleep; - Her beantv haunts him all the night. It molt ma heart, liuiaaes nun weep worsiup ana omigm, Reminiscences of Distingui...

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. — 9 November 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS Is published daily, (Sundays excepted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWEIX, ,.c PBOPIBTOKB. ' :' Oirll-i( 14 WBST fODBTB-ITBSBT. Till PINNY PBE88 la' delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, add inr roundlng eltiet Wad towns, at the ex. . .UriAii i tremely low price of , i , BIX OBNTS A WKIK, PATABLH TO OABU1IB. fbioes er hailibjo: - , , Blngle copies Jo.; 1 ruouthiac.; 3 monthijl; l year. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. 1 f COBHBB MXTB AND VINI-fTlTS. . John A. i,mBB,JB.........Sole Lessee and Manager. Twenty-seventh night of , , Mr. Anderson, and Miss Ellsworthy. THIS (Wednesday) KVKNINO, November 8, will be presented Bulwer's lieautttul live-act play called TUB LADT OF LYOAS; Os, IiOtb and Paitia. Claude Melnotte .....Mr. Anderson I'niiline ....Mile Kllawortby Colonel Daniaa Mr. JSIlHler Mom. Beanmiaut,..,..,.... ............................... Mr. Hall Hlous. Ulavls Nr. Bead Mime Deschapellet Mr. Fisher Mad. DoHclmpelles.... ............ ..... Mm. Gilb...

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. — 9 November 1859

THE PRESS. Our Prolonged Bow. Ooi hats are off, and we, on obr food man ners, bow to oar patrons for their favors. Oar inerohants and'bu'slnors' men manifest their appreciation of tie circulation of the Pinky Pans, and a just fens of their own interest, by dally crowding'' our columns. ' Tie pros perity of business men la ear prosperity, and henoe we gladly turrender liberal apace to their advertisements..! The spirited renewal of full business ii osoonrtglng to alt branohes of trado. Tbistirs Pbwonbs Esoirsn from Jan,. On Sunday night, thirteen prisoners escaped from jail la Rooaeiter, N. X. The jailer wai told that an attorn pt waa made to escape by the walli of the privy, and with one of the prisoners he retired to examine when, being overpowered by two prisoner, he was fastened in the privy and the whole thirteen- prisoners aped. Only one at last advices had been sooured. " j ' ' ', LATEST BY TELEGRAPH From Charlestown. CHAW-rsTowfr, November 1. The excite moat la regard to the ...

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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. — 9 November 1859

WANTED. WANTEDir-fllTUATION By a young man of good address, and wall experienced In penmanship In the Oerman end English languages. Addreaa a W , th'e office. no9b W ANTED A BOY About 16 yean of vw iisioiinimiHon. riant need appif an imnoucuwuia nrtiii nuummiDgNi APPIV at no. M Fifth-street, nob f ANTED-HOUSE To purchase a small 7. Jrick honseend lot (corner preferred) alto ted In thenorth-eaatero part of thia citjr, over the canal. A fair price will be paid. Apply aoon. . D. P. HULL, 170 Walnnt-etreet, P" Next to theQIbeon House. y ANTED TWO R00MS-A gentleman . end wife wish to rent two rooma In a private JnnuiT, wimin a aoort dletanoe or tne roaitmce. 'artly fornlsbed preferred. Addreas B. at thlso.Uce, stating teraia. novb T17"A.mD EMPLOYMENT An En " ' gineer wanta employment to run or take vimi-gem machinery; unuerataaus uis Dimness wen, AddreuPKNNT.tblaofllce. no FOB SALE LOT No. 7 Pleaaant-itroet, 20 by an feet to an alley, with frame cottage con talnlui 8 rooma. Apply at No. ...

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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. — 9 November 1859

THE PRESS. UNDER THE VIOLETS. Her hands are cold; herfare l white; ; No more ber pniaes runie and go; 1 "-! i Her ayes nr shut to life aud Hgnt, Fold the white vesture, miiow on Know, And lay nor where the violets grow. But not beneath graven stone, To plead for tears witli alien ores; A "lender croM of wood alone Shall say that hare a maiden lies In peace beneath the peaceful skies. And gray old trees of hngost limb Shall wheel their circling shadows round To make the scorching tuulight dim That drinks the greenness from the gronnd, Aud drop their dead leavea ou her niouud. When o'or their boughs the squirrels run. Aud through thelrlaaves the robins call, Auil, ripening in the mi tutu u suii. The acorns and the chestnuts fall, Doubt not that she will heed them til. For her the morning choir shall sing lis matimsfr.ini the branches high, And every minstrel-voice of spring, That trlllK beneath the April sky Shall greet her Willi its earlioit cry. When, turning round their dial track,...

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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. — 10 November 1859

1HE FENrfY P,R E S S Is published (tally, ( Bunders excepted,) br ' FRANCISCO CALDWELL, , PB0PB1BJ0B8." Orri? MO. H WSST roOlTH-ITKUT TAB PKNNI PKI8SU delivered to subscriber la Cluclnntl, Covington and Newport, tad sur rounding cltiea and towns, t the ex- ' i ' ' ' . tremely low price of r ail. OUSTS A WICK, PATABLfl TO CABB1IB. micas or iua: Blunle copies 3o. 1 1 month 4Uo.; 3 monthstl; 1 pen U, AMUSEMENTS. I '1 WOOD' S Til E ATE It, ' COt 0ISTH AD TIBK-gTIim. . Joiih A. I lulu, J,....M,le Lome end Manager. Twenty-eighth night of 'Mr Anderson and Miss Ellsworth)'. THIS (Thursday) eVri)' WATeniher lb, will be presented tne oeautuui piny Ui INGOMAB. Ingninar . l'arthenia. The Tliiiarcb..., Pylydor Myron.................... Actaa- i Mr. Andersoll ..Mm Ellsworthv Mr. Bead nr. Htnn Mr. Elltler Urs. Gilbert fiance, by ....,., Miss Kate Pennoyer To conclude with the new farce called f AST AND SLOW. FaUM 'the Pant)'. ....-Mrs. Illsler Juhn Puddlcotrib (the Slow)-...- ...,.ilr. JHIaler aVf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 10 November 1859

1.. I tt : rHKPEESS. VTOTW.FBANOISOQ. . JOHN D. CALDWELL : , . IDITOU AND HPB1HT0. orrici, 14 tot fousth-stiht. THIIUHDAY... ..NOVEMBER 10 . ., , rrr: The Schiller Centenary Birth-day. WI .., I 9 1 .1. - uost oiiUerman oiria, . syoroaa ana in ids United Statta, pay Jionore to-day to the mem ory ' 'of tho: German Poet, ' Feiidbicb Von Schiixm. In thli matter-of-fact age, It (t a healthy evidence of eathetio culture that the ? amfcle Md the great, the .artUaa, and the ''''artist, InrilU in testifying to the undying pcjwer of tho poet. Amerloana delight with you ye jealous, joyous Teuton, on this anniversary, to-day one hundred yeara lino hla birth, in participating with you in honoring the name of ScBiLkia that ii a tound of power in -the , world, i ! ; h . . .i ' - : flood poetry, it has been (aid, U lo rare and eitiuitlte a produot of the mind, that the few .., favored mortala who are capable, of affording " it. bare Been, in all aires and ntlntii. invested by public opinion with so...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 10 November 1859

WANTED. 1 A V m AH lfilfDUl1! KO'IU IKUUL UUY. T ''A'trply at the Franklin Type foundry. 1(18 .... vine-sireet. . - , noiuo- V V"ANTED GIRL Amwicin preferred, w CO UO TDD nnuseWOrx aCl I6W ID A Small IRiH' Mr. Apply at 178 Richmond-attest. nolOo WANTED HOUSKWithia flre or i!z llfinarpfl nt th ftlm-lnna,! ffunlltnn anil nanroaa vcpot; nmi contain or o rooms, by a prompt paying tenant. Address T. 8. F., care ui m. u, wok a ' o tnrougn the postomee. noro WANTED ROOM A faminhed room, without board, by two single gentlemen. amiroas r. n., care oi jonn awniuoatup. noiuo- 7"ANTED--aiEL To do tteneral house work. AnnlT at No. US Smith-street, be twoen Fourth and Fifth-streets, nolOb WANTED -NURSE A good nuria girl w wanted immediately at 56V western-row, op. poslte Court-street, In Optra! Bakery. nolob WANTED SITUATION By a young , man of good address, and well experienced In . peumnusoip la mo uwriuau auu auaiiisu laugunKiis. aaareaaii in , ip'eomoe. noD 7"ANTED A BOY Aboot 15 years of age...

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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. — 10 November 1859

the press: THURSDAY. ..NOVKD1BKR 10 THE SUMMER ANGELS. 'Tis lUrk Novouiber weather, W inda aro wailing through I lie sky; If you listen run will hoar thorn Singiug wild aud singing high. How they toss tho willow brandies Loaning o'er the wiudow ban, Thou their moan goes toffer, lainter, , Up ainuug thu silent stun. "Tin the dark November weather, All the summer trees aro bare; See! thu latent leavos are falling Toru and ghostly through I he air. You way search tho forest over, Yos way trace the brooklet's flow Not au aster's ore will open, Notagoldou rod will grow. 'Ti the dark November weather, Cold the tide creeps down the bay; Seagnlls, in thoir snowy circles, Beating up the windy bay Bulling, sailing from the nurthland, Bringing winter on their wings, Thov will linger, ilaahlug wawanl, 1'ill tho tiuio the roblu slugs. 'Tis the dark Novombor woatlier, Wind and wood and wan are tad, Tis (he dark November wcathor. Yet (iiir hearts am blithe aad glad, And Hitliin them it is summer, ...

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